Wed, 31 August 2016
Taking inspiration from the Jeff Tweedy penned song, Terry explores the wild, wonderful of music both in its physical and digital formats with some discussion on vinyl and multi-channel sound as well as whatever might have crossed his mind while thinking about the above topics. In other words, if one has found enjoyment in previous episodes of this podcast then one can hopefully found some more here.
Be on the lookout for the YouTube playlist as soon as Terry can find time to actually listen to this episode. Episode 21 will focus on Peter Gabriel's So and the year of 1986 which would be pivotal in the growth of Terry's appreciation of music.
Fri, 12 August 2016
In the longest solo cast so far, Terry tries to discuss the how and why of movie going for him. As it turns out, there is quite of who and what to be told here too which means that the surface is barely scratched. However, there are discussions of the theatrical and home video experiences as well as IMAX and 3D and drive-ins. The recent closing of Movie Stop gives Terry a chance to reflect on a darker side of film fandom but there are also reflections of great experiences throughout the years. Ultimately, biases can be revealed and standards established so they can be reexamined against additional who's and what's in upcoming episodes. This episode also serves as a preview of what the movie side of the podcast will look like for the rest of 2016.
Don't forget Facebook (The Flickering Waves Podcast group page) and Twitter (@flickeringwaves) as well as iTunes (subscribe, comment and submit reviews) and YouTube (Flickering Waves channel). The YouTube playlist promises to be epic and hopefully pretty good as well. When Episode 20 comes on next time, Terry goes into the weeds of how and why again but with music. Thanks for downloading and listening.