Especial Exacto 4-2-2018

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This episode of Inspirado Projecto is concocted while flying solo in the KCHUNG Studio. We played an experimental sound collage by Nitroglycerine Pep Club, Rodriguez, Fun Facts by Henry D. Horse, an imperative public service announcement by PSY-CORP, a folk song by Matt Steady, a wonderfully informative bicycle education soundbite from Alec Smart from Don’t Feed the Animals, an extraordinary time travel experience by George W. Johnson,  a series of riffs/ideas recorded into a phone, a unique soundscape by LauraP5, cosmic-based music by Jason Karr, the latest gossip from the Celebrity Afterlife Medium about all of your favourite dead celebrities, one of my Brother Josh’s favourite songs of all time, a song written and performed by Stew Strauss (Woodsman from Twin Peaks), a surprising song from the new Ash Vs Evil Dead tv show, a special rendition of popular favourite by Molly and Spiker, a futuristic dance-o-rama classic by Damas, a super multi-funktacular jazz-sterpiece by Swells, and a fun Americana song by Ken4Strings.  Also, listen for a very special improvised version of “Sweet Home Chicago” recorded at soundcheck before the Hollywood Cares Celebrity Poker Tournament at the Avalon with Peter Beckett (“Baby Come Back”) on guitar, Elliot Lurie (“Brandy, You’re a Fine Girl”) on guitar. Thomas Gardner (from Yachtley Crew) on guitar, Paul Pate (from Yachtley Crew) on saxophone, and me (from Yachtley Crew) on vocals.

Did you know Inspirado Projecto is now also a podcast available for subscription on iTunes? It happens more frequently with more sloppiness.

We also played simultaneously on Periscope in a visual format.

Below you can click on the audio archive from KCHUNG 1630am, to hear it on Mixcloud.

Spreading Darkness 1-15-2018

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Josh Eisenstadt, writer/director and collaborator with the Twin Peaks Festival, joined us in the KCHUNG Studios for another exciting episode of Inspirado Projecto. He offered some intriguing theories about Twin Peaks Season 3, we played some wonderful songs off of the Official Soundtrack, geeked out about the recent flurry of Twin Peaks-inspired pop-up venues (including “One-eyed-Jacks” where we met on NYE), and talked about his film “Spreading Darkness”.

We streamed live on Periscope, in case you’d like to view the broadcast HERE!

Some very fun Henry D. Horse “Fun Facts” were played, however we didn’t have time for the “Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast”, as we were too deep into our geek mode. Have no fear, CARP shall be back again soon!

Also, if you’d like to hear the KCHUNG Archive, you can listen HERE!

We are certain to have Josh back in the studio, so tune back in for more hijinx!

10-2-2017 Episode: KAABOO

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{Mirror photo by Dori. Colourized/texted by CEC.}

This episode happened synchronistically with news of Tom Petty’s passing. Two weeks prior, I had just seen Petty perform for the first time ever, at the KAABOO Festival, for what could have possibly been his last live performance. He was a thrilling energy to be in the midst of. Soo many memories through the decades of hearing his songs on the radio and in music videos showed up all at once. I didn’t realize until seeing him live, just how many hits he’s created, that we’re all familiar with, so many soundtracks for so many moments in our lives. It felt great to hear mobs of music-goers spanning so many generations, all singing along to his melodies, along with my family and friends. This “KAABOO” episode shares the audio of one of Petty’s timeless classics, recorded that monumental night!

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Tom Petty at KAABOO Festival 2017

There was an abundance of amazing art, comedians, arcade games, hybrid humanimal creatures, music and performance art happening in various places about KAABOO. If you took photos of some sculptures with your flash, a hidden designs appeared!

In addition to Petty, some notable musicians I got a chance to see, were Jane’s Addiction, Pete Yorn, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael McDonald, Muse, Pink, Eric Burdon from The Animals, Fishbone and others (some of which are played during this episode).

In addition to broadcasting audio on Chinatown’s 1630AM KCHUNG Radio, and streaming live on their website, this 10-2 episode also simultaneously motion-pictured itself in a digital visual format through Periscope. Another intriguing synchronicity happened with this episode. I had recently come across Robert Moss, a Shaman who talks about traveling through dreams and also contacting those who have passed. I planned to play his stuff during the broadcast, long before I heard about Tom Petty.  As you know, the Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast with the Celebrity Medium, is a staple of Inspirado Projecto. The information braided together quite uniquely. As you know we are always enthused to play music/spoken word that is suggested to us through Twitter, our email, on the bus, etc. We played a wonderful collaboration between A.J. and Tara, a cover of a Roy Orbison classic by Katie Shorey (phenomenal singer/songwriter and the frontwoman for Twisted Gypsy the Fleetwood Mac Tribute), an astounding experimental sound collage by one of PQ Ribber‘s many projects: Boys Nitroglycerine Pep Club, information about the upcoming Yachtley Crew show at Borderline Bar & Grill November 3rd, new Fun Facts by our Resident Trivia Expert and Traveler Henry D. Horse, and a wholesome song by the Cactus Blossoms from Twin Peaks: The Return. There are of course, many other surprises as well!

(Alec Smart/Sherman Sitter and Captain Nicholas did an outstanding job steering the KCHUNG Ship across the Galaxywaves, 9-18, in their melodic episode: “Know Your Dragons”  as well as their stream-of-orchestration: “After Thoughts“. A piece of that episode is found in this episode.)

If you’d like to strap on headphones and take a gander at the 10-2-2017 audio broadcast of Inspirado Projecto, “KABOO”, please CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

 

 

Episode: Karma Karma 9-4-2017

This episode of Inspirado Projecto features lots of interesting surprises, most notably, a yrev very RARE song by Robert Forman with Andy Kaufman called “Karma Karma” (introduced to us by @AndyKaufmanLove from Twitter!

In addition to broadcasting on the KCHUNG 1630AM radiowaves, we also presented the show in a visual format on Periscope, the archive of which can be viewed HERE. During the hour, we played a funtastic Gordon Cole sound collage, a new instrumental by musician Jason D. Karr, a boxing favourite by 80k (a project by Lawrence August and Edo Plasschaert), a very rare Monkees song with a celebrity endorsement by Micky Dolenz, a fun commercial by our sponsor MEAT Clown Industries, an extraordinary piece by Dismemberment Plan, some Fun Facts by our resident research expert Henry D. Horse, a very special message from the Chicago Bears, new ghost gossip by the Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast, some surprising news about Yacht Rock band Yachtley Crew, a commercial by our other sponsor PSY-CORP, an enchanting piece by Aria Knight, and a previously unreleased tone by filmmaker Nicholas Caesar (check out his webisode “Fishbowl”) which was scientifically extracted from this photo of Twin Peaks‘ favourite Dougie Jones:

Also…if you’d like to listen to the entire audio broadcast of Inspirado Projecto from 9-4-2017, you can HEAR IT HERE!