From footwork to the history of dirigibles; from ancient mythology to the puny Silicon Valley Gods — Extratone Radio draws from our varied voices to deliver to the curious the most entertaining sounds around.
Brazilian futurefunk prodegy Pop Up! was one of our favorite sources for transition material in Drycast as it was early on in this very station's history. Having recently rediscovered just how superb Flavored was in 2016, we thought we'd just play it in its entirety today.
For years, we've drawn heavily upon the exceptional curatory efforts of one Isaac Pippen toward his now vast library of Future Music Mixes for our own Drycast, Futureland, and Extratone Radio since the beginning. However - after an absolutely incredible run - he has decided to move on from the TSQDance project, so we're going to be celebrating its long, varied life by playing our favorite picks throughout the TSQ Wave, VHS Wave, Nite Vibes, and COMNICORP series!
Extremely talented Sydney videographer, graphic designer, and YouTuber Ryan Dell visits Studio Eat to talk about his comedic and graphic accomplishments in video, the greater One Direction conspiracy, Australian culture, and Furious 7.
Director of The Vidya Gaem Awards and film authority PhoneEatingBear joins James Wilson, Dysrexia, BMW, Maddie Probably, and David Blue to discuss the past and future of the incredibly original online game industry video project, 4chan, and boneless chicken.
Sam visits Studio Eat to discuss her music, Lil Uzi Vert and DJ Paypal; Maddie also visits for the first time in this Spring Music Extravaganza, joining Captain Ersatz, Dysrexia, Syrup, Shinji, CollinP, Kale, BMW, and David Blue.
Detroit techno master CollinP joins Dysrexia, James Wilson, BMW, and David Blue to discuss his new album, DJ Khaled, bitcoin mining, colonialism, the destruction of weaboos, Paul Harvey, word processing, and stanning Joseph Stalin.
Scottish programmer and anime authority Dysrexia joins Kale, BMW, and David Blue to discuss American shortcomings, advertising, the irony-infected internet and anime culture, video games, Tumblr, niche comedy, the new Rolls-Royce SUV, and the story of our discovery and subsequent (unintentional) destruction of a cartoon breast-loving YouTuber.
Studio Eat is filled to burst when BMW and David Blue introduce our excellent, talented rapper friend Shinji as James Wilson, CollinP, syrup, yzome, and Kale chime in to discuss discuss Big K.R.I.T.'s new album, Yo Gotti, Soulja Boy, Facebook, and Mesopotamian weight shaming.
Seattle electronic producer yzome joins CollinP, BMW, Kale, and David Blue to discuss his inhuman “trap from deep space,” the software he uses to create it, and the greater music scene within which it thrives.
CollinP and BMW join David Blue in Studio Eat to discuss GG Allen, watches, twinks, and TheCombineForum with a visit by Elk and Kale. The crew also begins work on the first draft of The Heterosexual Pledge.