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Happy first day of Pride (and the end of Spring Term)! I had to kick the month off with some Diana Ross and Donna Summer today.

Some 90s ā€“ 2000s hits for the hour for the sake of nostalgia. A lot of self titled albums from this era of RnB songstresses!

Macabre summed this upcoming drain clogger of a show best with the lyric; “Whats that smell? Something died? The landlord thought that it was coming from outside.” Mortuous, Fetid, and Witchvomit invade your nasal cavities like the stench of your rotting brain… from the inside out. Sticking your grubby fingers in your nose won’t help. […]

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https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yIpPP149CZGGYa8K6NFbvRONXYcCa5Nu/view?usp=sharing In this episode, I talk with the very impressive J.J. Vazquez an independent filmmaker and educator who taught a class all about adapting comics into films. A very relevant topic these days, and the good Professor Vazquez proved to have a lot of inciteful thoughts and opinions. We also threw the Watchmen movie, along […]

A special Monday edition of Rock Power, since I’ll be jamming along at the Human Effluence/Hemorrhoid show this Thursday during my normal Rock Power time. As always, this edition is very special to me, with its own personality, temperment, and attitude. Enjoy tonight’s show if you happen to come across it. Cheers!

Thursday, 4/28/2022 High Water Mark 21+ 8:30pm 2-piece Antichrist Siege Machine brings their version of war metal back to Portland after a 3 year break. Expect total auditory annihilation in the name of death and Satan. Another 2-piece, local hyper grinders Human Effluence, have been known to liquify brains with their rapid pounding snare blasts. […]

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JjPgActRkSaGm1gf6tAlyRB09lUcQPm3/view?usp=sharing One of my first comic studies professors comes to see the results of his work. I consider him an underrated voice in comics academia and his book Korean War Comic Books turned out to be the perfect book to get the conversation going. It’s a little rare, but I do recommend finding it if […]


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