Hosted by Myki Angeline, a queer, vegan, music journalist, and activist. She's half Filipino who is 100% bad at being authentic to her culture, but is always authentic in her life. Join the pillow talk when Myki exposes her guests to the parts of each topic that most folks choose to ignore - like why pineapple is bad on pizza or how it's so hard for people to look themselves in the mirror. Video Livestreams on FB, YT, Twitch:linktr.ee/mykiangeline
In this episode, I take it back to December 2016 from an older podcast I hosted (the MANA Show). I interviewed good friend Sara Floor who just returned from her trip to Havana, Cuba during Fidel Castro’s untimely passing. Sara had spoken with Cuban natives to get their personal reactions, and went live on Facebook to share what was really going on. In 2016 live streaming was a new feature on Facebook, and a vital way to see the unedited truth. We also give our opinions on the recent election results, and how other countries reacted to Donald Trump becoming our next U.S. President. If only we knew just how chaotic and deadly Trump's term would end up. #CaughtitinCuba
Sara has been an activist/ally since the 1980’s for the LGBTQ Community, the Fight for AIDS epidemic, and more currently SURJ, Black Lives Matter, ACLU, #NoDAPL / Standing Rock, ND.
Opening theme brought to you by singer/composer/violinist- looper Joe Kye, “Christmas Gift”. To hear more from this wonderful artist and friend, go to Joe Kye’s website: www.joekye.com
In this episode Myki talks with guest Beatie Wolfe. Vice calls her "a musical weirdo and visionary" who combines science, technology, and sound into her music projects. We talked about her ability to beam music directly into space, her project "Raw Space", and an art collaboration called 'Postcards For Democracy' that everyone can participate in!
“Musical weirdo and visionary” (Vice) Beatie Wolfe is an artist who has beamed her music into space, been appointed a UN role model for innovation and held an acclaimed solo exhibition of her ‘world first’ album designs at the V&A Museum.
Named by WIRED as one of "22 people changing the world,” Beatie Wolfe is at the forefront of pioneering new formats for music that bridge the physical and digital, which include: a 3D theatre for the palm of your hand; a wearable record jacket - cut by Bowie and Hendrix’s tailor out of fabric woven with Wolfe’s music - and most recently an ‘anti-stream’ from the quietest room on earth. Wolfe is also the co-founder of a “profound” (The Times) research project looking at the power of music for people living with dementia.
The Barbican recently commissioned a documentary about Beatie Wolfe's pioneering work titled, Orange Juice for the Ears: From Space Beams to Anti-Streams.
On this episode of The Bad Filipino, Myki talks with good friend and ridiculously talented Sacramento musician/producer/videographer/gamer Mike King! Mike touches on his latest video review of the high profile mashup band, 'Beatallica', we get a sample of this cover of REM's "End of The World" in the style of Slip Knot, and spend a good portion of this show discussing what the heck is up with Facebook's decision to ban live stream music on it's platform as of October 1st.
Born and raised in the Sacramento area, Mike King has had an active history in the Sacramento music scene since 2004. Following his time as lead vocalist/guitarist in Prylosis (2004-2013) he has opened up his career as a live sound engineer, studio musician and producer, songwriter and composer. His current musical project, Digital Havoc, released their first full-length album 'Welcome to the End' in 2017 and is currently developing their next album. https://www.facebook.com/digitalhavoc/
Mike's most recent projects include his music education/entertainment channel Ruling Note Music on YouTube, his gaming entertainment channel Chronosode Games, and his podcast The Xennial Chronicles. https://www.facebook.com/rulingnotemusic/videos/322666542486893/
In this episode, Myki talks with Jillian Elizabeth, A&R at Die Laughing Records. Originally established in 1988 in the San Francisco Bay Area localized in the East Bay, Jillian joined the team in 2017 and takes part in representing over 30 unsigned bands. She is also the co-founder of Chicanery Chick Records. Chicanery Chick Records is all about girl power driven Pop, Punk and Garage. We like to provide a platform for unsigned bands and special projects as an offshoot to our founding label, Die Laughing Records.
Myki chats with good friend, and local musician Carly DuHain of Drop Dead Red! Join us in the chat room as we get raw, real, and tell us why we must support the upcoming Sacramento ShelterFest online benefit concert on October 10, 2020. #saveourstages is an important cause all across the nation. Here in Sacramento, the local musicians, fans, and businesses are working together to prevent longtime music venues from having to close their doors forever.
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The Bad Filipino is a podcast hosted by Myki Angeline that dips just the tip into satire, cradles your feelings with a tad bit of empathy, and dives intensively into reality. She's half Filipino who is 100% bad at being authentic to her culture, but is always authentic in her life. Spend whichever day of the week she decides to post content as Myki exposes her guests to the parts of each topic that most folks choose to ignore - like why pineapple is bad on pizza or why it's so hard for people to look themselves in the mirror. Video Livestreams on FB, YT, Twitter.
“Creating an experience for the listener is my ultimate goal. I use all of myself. All my body, mind, heart and soul.” This week Myki talks to April Henry, a well-rounded artist who shares with us the first poem she wrote (age 8 about world peace) and the first song she penned ("Don't You Cry" at age 11). April even gave us all a simple breathing exercise similar to the ones she teaches her vocal students, and ended this episode with singing in Japanese!
April is a singer, actor, vocal coach who sings in a variety of languages: Japanese, Bulgarian, Spanish, Italian, French, German, mostly English. Growing up in the marshlands of South Florida, April appreciated the natural beauty of the tropics, but knew there was a much bigger world for her to explore. Singing as a little girl, she had watched her parents perform from the wings of the Grand Ole Opry. April was hooked ever since. Visit her website at: http://www.aprilhenrymusic.com/