Sunday, September 16, 2012

Episode 33: Your Friendly Neighborhood Internet


This week, we conclude the Ultimate Parker Project with Crank 2! Rhea talks comics, Destiny responds to an old AV Club article, and we have a lot of feelings about that Scarlett Johansson album full of Tom Waits covers. We also discuss the weird world of ASMR, goosebump music, and shitty media from our childhood.

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following: 
Crank 2

Corrections: Guided by Voices has released 18 albums. Destiny said Midnight Train to Terror when she meant Night Train to Terror. The Ride song in Doom Generation is called "Leave Them All Behind." Destiny got the name of the ASMR youtuber wrong, it's not Soundscapes; it's Sound Sculptures. The Boxcar Children were originally published in 1924, reissued in the '40s, and the first 19 were written by Gertrude Chandler Warner. We Googled around and found at least 1 ASMR-related podcast: ASMR Radio. The Baby's Day Out sequel never happened.

Relevant Links:
Crank 2 trailer
Citizen Radio
Neopets
Vertigo trailer
Pool Party Radio episode 75 featuring confessions!
Betty Davis, "They Say I'm Different" 
One Direction, "Tell Me a Lie"
"Summer Snow" from Silent Hill
Radiohead, "The Tourist" 
Guided by Voices, "Pretty Bombs"
Ani DiFranco, "Self Evident"
The AV Club: Terrible Childhood Favorites 
The AV Club: Gateways to Geekery on Shoegaze
Grantland piece on My Bloody Valentine's Loveless
Cocteau Twins, "Cherry-Coloured Funk"
Sock Bun tutorial
SoundSculptures Youtube Channel
A Stray in the Woods by Alison Wilgus (Tumblr)
Baby's Day Out trailer
ASMR thread on Reddit
 More ASMR videos, featuring Bob Ross, the IKEA fire guy, and the tea-making lady
How Was Your Week podcast hosted by Julie Klausner episode 78
Scarlett Johansson, "Summertime"
The Station Agent trailer
Cosmopolis trailer
Sleepwalk With Me trailer
Blood Simple trailer
Patricia Clarkson on Seven Minutes in Heaven w/ Mike O'Brien
Jane Fonda on Stephen Colbert
Crying Dawson

Fucking Books:
The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner
Goosebumps by RL Stine
Cosmopolis by Don DeLillo 

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