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.
On this episode of Inspirado Projecto, CEC interviews fellow Kaufmaniacs, @Ken4Strings and @GuyLatham about the recent phenomenon known as Kaufman Carnival sprouting up on Twitter and Periscope via a dozen or so circus-themed characters. Its a mystery as to whether Stephen Maddox is behind these multiple personas, if he’s recruited some of his old pals from Puzzlementary Productions to help out, or if Andy Kaufman is controlling the switches with Maddox under his employment.
We also play the latest Celebrity Afterlife Report by everyone’s favourite Celebrity Medium, reveal a couple of intriguing Fun Facts by our resident detective Henry D. Horse, featured melodious wonderments by both Guy and Ken, and unveil a series of synchronicities that I encountered at a Yachtley Crew show. We also pulled out an old classic by The Amboy Dukes, a very unique song by Orion/Elvis, and recount a very spiritual moment in time with an Apache Native in a bar. Inspirado Projecto frequently makes friends with folks on the subway trains, buses, and through various social networks. Sometimes we get a surprise in our emailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org. It could be spoken word, music, a sound collage, anything that is audio. This time, it was from an EDM artist named Akira The Don, and another fun jam band called The Merry Jaynz. We happily played their music on this broadcast as well, and look forward to playing more from other folks in the future!
This entire show was Skyped from the 1630am KCHUNG Radio whilst I was simultaneously broadcasting through Periscope. Unfortunately, I Station Manage this episode and forget to actually record the adio! However, the good news is, the full length PERISCOPE VIDEO ARCHIVE IS HERE! Another fun perspective is through this quick Instagram video footage.
Thank you to everyone who contributes to the show on the 1st and 3rd Mundees of each month! Its been so much fun to showcase your talents for the Youniverse to experience.
Also, here is a very special treat that was edited by Kaufman Carnival!