Category Archive: Geek Playlist

Podcast Review: King Kirby

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If there were a Mt. Rushmore of comic books, fans could sit there and debate all day as who belonged on it. Despite this there is one person who everyone would agree unanimously… Continue reading

My Favorite Podcasts of 2020

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No matter what you may be interested in, there is probably a podcast covering it. Because I am a man who loves a variety of things, I listen to a variety of podcasts.… Continue reading

Audible Review: ‘The Sandman’

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Possibly the biggest thing in the audiobook world recently was that Amazon’s arm Audible was making the ambitious move to adapt the DC Comics/Vertigo masterpiece the Sandman into audio form. No doubt this… Continue reading

Spotlight On: The Million Dollar Quartet

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As some of you may have gathered from reading my work here over the years, I am proud to be a citizen of Memphis, Tennessee. Around the world this city on the banks… Continue reading

The Smiths Greatest Songs

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One of the most influential bands alternative/post-punk bands of the 1980’s was the Smiths. Hailing from the musical hotbed of Manchester England the Smiths were one of the first examples of an indie… Continue reading

Best Goth/Industrial Bands of the Eighties

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Music of the 1980’s is often associated with; hair metal, shopping mall pop, and synthesizers; but let us not forget there was a massive dark undercurrent to the Decade of Excess. Rising largely… Continue reading

‘Sun Records’ Episodes 2-4 Review

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For the review of the first episode of Sun Records click HERE The eight episode saga of the birth of rock n’ roll in Memphis continues to unfold and more players are introduced.… Continue reading

‘Sun Records’-Episode 1 Review

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In the 1950’s the city of Memphis, Tennessee (my proud hometown) became ground zero for a revolution which changed music forever. The city had been a massive crossroad of culture for the first… Continue reading

An Introduction to NERDCORE with Special Guest KID APOCALYPSE

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It’s funny how things can line up. One thing I hang out for every week is the podcast ‘Jay and Miles Xplain the X-Men’. Recently they featured a guest in the form of… Continue reading

DC Comics Young Animals: The First Issues

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For those who have not been keeping up with the comic book industry lately DC Comics has shed the controversial move of the New 52 and are dominating the charts with not only… Continue reading