Geek Pop Podcast – June 2011

We’re ba-aack! (Again.) Did you miss us? Well, luckily for you, this is a bumper edition, featuring crocodiles, the moon, radioactive children and none other than the Rapconteur himself, Baba Brinkman. His album The Rap Guide to Evolution has been turned into an awesome video project, and the live show will soon to be taking to a stage just off Broadway. There are snippets from the interview in the show, but you can also listen to the full version here or on MixCloud.

Our June Spotify playlist is right about here. To download the tracks for keeps, use the iTunes links below.

Roundy Round – Monty Harper

Country Low – The Foxes

Chemistry – Semisonic

The Kids Are Radioactive – Misty’s Big Adventure

Performance, Feedback, Revision – Baba Brinkman (full play)

And for the FULL Baba interview, click here.

PRSSubscribe to our podcast feed through iTunes or Google. It’s like, totally free. That’s not all though. You’ll also receive a bunch of free music downloads from our previous festivals. And if you’re looking for the online archive, it’s here.

MixClouders, look here!You can also get this podcast on MixCloud, including full-length tracks. But for a downloadable version, stick to iTunes.

Intro/outro music by Intercontinental Music Lab.
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Save Wilton’s!

Geeks and geekettes! A call to arms!

Do you remember in March we did a little live gig at a beautiful old place called Wilton’s Music Hall? That’s right. Some of you came. It was good, wasn’t it? Now, Wilton’s is in a spot of trouble and this has made the geeks at Geek Pop very upset. So please, please donate what you can to save this amazing building from demolition.

@WiltonMusicHall @savewiltons

Wilton's Music Hall

And to remind you just how incredible this place is, we’re re-posting the photos from our live event in March.

Thanks to Ben Valsler of The Naked Scientists for some of these (the good ones).

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