WOWzers, this episode “Collage”, landed exactly on 123, which as many of you know, is the beginning of the Fibonacci Sequence! Our special guest, PQ Ribber, talked about his Overnightscape radio show, other various projects he’s collaborated on, and a homemade movie he was in with Andy Kaufman! We give notice to the anniversary of when my fellow Blues Brothers Orphan Jeff Cahill left us, in addition to a cosmic story involving the time when he booked IamAnOrphan to play at On the Rox (you can view the documentary about him and all the bands he helped out on the Sunset Strip, called “The Booker”, right HERE!).
We also ingest interesting Fun Facts by World-traveler Henry D. Horse, spoken word by poetess Samantha Light, a demo version of a song called “Use Me Darling” written by songwriter extraordinaire Lawrence August, a new one by Katmaz from his album “Nautical Things”, a sweet serenade by Bibi Borja and a dreamy soundscape by PQ Ribber. News about the upcoming point-and-click adventure game “Thimbleweed Park” is proclaimed (created by the same geniuses who brought us “Maniac Mansion,” and “Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders“), AND… music featured within the game, at a location called “Quickie Pal”, is revealed!
The entire broadcast is available HERE!!!!!
January 28-29, KCHUNG is given a space to perform at FAR Bazaar within the Fine Art Complex at Cerritos College, broadcasting through the mobile transmitter (there’s no telling at this moment what actual number on the radiodial we’ll be utilizing, since 1630AM is taken by the studio). Inspirado Projecto is invited to play at this unique event between 1pm-3pm PST, and we’d love to see you there at this momentous occasion! Heck, chances are, you might even be interviewed!
FREE Parking in Lot #10! Look for us in Room FA55!
Inspirado Projecto welcomes the ‘happy accidents’ of life’s Grand Simulation, with open tentacles. Have you made it through the last few shows of experimental broadcasts with subliminality and backwards masking? Only true Holmesians will find the racecar. Nicholas, Captain of Technological Engineering at KCHUNG 1630AM Radio became today’s Co-Host! Much information about the existence of realities was discussed and unique audio adventures were played!
For instance, we discussed a great show by Yachtley Crew, heard an audio mashup of Bashar channeling the dynamics of “Sharing Yourself” mixed with Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Mov. I (Morning Mood), Op 46 ! An insightful song by Sirsa Shekim and Lawrence was played. We shared another visionary soundscape by Namon Sherriel, paranormal gossip about the other side with the Celebrity Afterlife Report, a cosmic song by Layden Robinson, an interview with Jeff Finn, Jack Bristow and B.F.D. about the Stephen Maddox’s Andy Kaufman Archives, more wonderful Fun Facts by Henry D. Horse, and other surprises. Thank you to MEAT Clown Industries and PSY-CORP for being our sponsors.
Also, thank you to Wonder Bakery, a staple of nutrition for Inspirado Projecto and the centerpiece of our KCHUNG’s Youtopian Society!
Oh! Also, if you’d like to hear the broadcast, you can click HERE to HEAR IT!
After spending Christmas with my Family, some of them were able to visit the KCHUNG Studios in Chinatown. Chicagoans: Terri, Jenny and Josh Clendenin discuss the differences of Winters between Chicago and Los Angeles and spin some of their favourite songs. Later, Monica contacts the secret Inspirado Projecto Hotline, showcasing Ella and Joshua’s exciting adventures with Santa Claus and science experiments. Another enlightening Fun Fact is shared by Henry D. Horse. As expected, mighty madness ensues!
You can listen to the full KCHUNG 1630AM Radio broadcast, by CLICKING HERE!