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Ep. 2: Metal vs Folk

Ep. 2: Metal vs Folk


Posted By on Sep 5, 2019

On this episode, Sunday and Corey talk about Metal versus Folk. Having never meant each other before, it produced an in-depth discourse about life and mortality and how music has gotten them through it all. Obviously these two genres vary a lot but that did not hinder a productive conversation of how music affects those in our society and what it means to each individual. Music in this episode The Stable Song by Gregory Alan Isakov...

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Ep. 1: Punk vs Hip-Hop

Ep. 1: Punk vs Hip-Hop


Posted By on Sep 4, 2019

On this episode Ave and I talk about Punk vs Hip-Hop. We discuss the historical context of the genres, what they mean to us personally, and more about the artists that have done what not many have done before.     Music in this episode So What by Miles Davis DVP by PUP Check the Rhime by A Tribe Called Quest Kids by the Frights Rosa Parks by Outkast A Moment of Silence by Streetlight Manifesto USA by Jeff Rosenstock...

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In our final episode of the podcast, we cover one of our all-time favorite stories: the Tate-LaBianaca murders committed by the Manson Family in August 1969. We will detail the murders and share our theories about Charles Manson’s true motivations. Sources http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/TheTateLaBiancaMurdersEp11_KillerVibes_PD_EG.mp3Podcast (killer-vibes): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

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The gang war in Chicago reached its conclusion with the murder of seven men in the SMC Cartage Co. garage on Feb. 14, 1929. This calculated mass murder was said to be orchestrated by one of the most powerful mobsters in the United States, Al ‘Scarface’ Capone as a way to showcase his dominance of the Chicago mob scene. The seven men were members of Capone’s rival gang the North Side Chicago Gang run by Irish mobster George ‘Bugs’...

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On June 17, 1966, pro-boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter was arrested for triple homicide. He wasn’t at the scene of the crime. He didn’t know the victims. And he didn’t possess a weapon. Yet, an all-white jury convicted him. In this episode, we detail the appeal of his wrongful conviction, the media coverage, and his subsequent release from prison. Sources...

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