#05 – The Album Club ‘3 for all’ episode

 Posted by on February 4, 2016
Feb 042016
 

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Meltdown Presents: On Some Hip Hop Sh!t: #05 – The Album Club ‘3 for all’ episode

Hosts @Bschultz808 and @wedsfinest are joined by the @Madtwiinz we get our full Rap sommelier on.

We go deep on 3 works by Kendrick Lamar, Public Enemy and Ice Cube. Inspired by VH1’s The Breaks and writer/director (friend of the show) Seith Mann, we took a look back to 1990.

Moved by the lyrical and musical DNA that these records share, we HAD to fast forward to 2015 and discuss Kendrick Lamar’s strangely underrated musical opus in the context of his lyrical forefathers, Ice Cube and Chuck D.

Yeah. We str8 #onsomehiphopshit

Itunes links to the albums discussed

Fear of a Black Planet

https://itun.es/us/3erhs

 

To Pimp a Butterfly

https://itun.es/us/zSoe6

 

AmeriKKKas Most Wanted

https://itun.es/us/zAN67

 

produced by B. Schultz of Street Legends Ink and Adam Silverstein

Presented by Meltdown Comics

Engineered by Mason Booker

and recorded at The Meltcast studios, 7522 Sunset blvd in Hollywood, CA

Our theme is Produced by King SMO of the Animal Crackers

Artwork by Self Uno.

tweet to us @ our brand new handle @onsomehiphopshit.

#02 – Vampire Princess Miyu OVA

 Posted by on February 2, 2016
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Meltdown Presents: Anime Attic: #02 – Vampire Princess Miyu OVA

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In this episode Mason and Zehra sit down to go over IN DEPTH the ASTOUNDING four episode classic anime OVA series Vampire Princess Miyu! Exploring the creators history, character relationships, spirituality, sexuality, and of course the eternal debate of sub vs. dub, this episode hopes to shed light on a cult classic Japanese horror fantasy anime that should be a staple in every  anime collection.


#anime #deepmomentswithzehra #miyu #vampireprincessmiyu #horror #supernatural

 

Twitter: @AnimeAtticLove  Instagram: AnimeAtticLove

Produced and engineered by Mason Booker

Logo by Laura Darby www.Lauradarby.com

#03 – Black Girls on #Oscarssowhite

 Posted by on February 1, 2016
Feb 012016
 

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Meltdown Presents: Meltdown Moms: #03 – Black Girls on #Oscarssowhite

It’s award season which means we’re all going to be talking about the best dressed,  the most annoying speech, and pervasive discrimination. Hooray! Meredith and April talk with Shauna Robinson and Tash Gray—two working screenwriters (and formerly working) and women of color in the Hollywood trenches. The ladies get real as we all dissect how, once again, only white actors received Oscar nominations for their work, and films with more diverse casts continue to be ignored by the Academy even while making serious bank at the box office. Shauna and Tash go deep on the issue that is rocking Hollywood as we get ready for the biggest night of the year. Gray and Robinson’s perspectives from writer’s rooms as the only black women in the room will open your eyes wide and make you question how relevant the pomp and circumstance of Oscar night really is in 2016.

#Oscarssowhite #Oscarssomale

Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.

Engineered by Mason Booker

Theme music by Brian Bulman

Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com.

 

#014 – Lindsey Way: Raw and Uncut

 Posted by on January 31, 2016
Jan 312016
 

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WARNING: Explicit Language is used in this episode.

Meltdown Presents: Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy: #014 –  Lindsey Way: Raw and Uncut

Lindsey Way is perhaps best known as the bass player of the alternative rock group Mindless Self Indulgence, but she’s also a fine artist with a BFA from NYC’s prestigious Pratt Institute. Matt and Mason go on location as Lindsey gives an uncensored, all-access pass into her life, her upcoming exhibition at La Luz de Jesus Gallery, and the difficulties few expect to endure on the way to artistic fulfillment. Be advised that this episode contains Mature Language, but the content just might save lives.


Produced by Mason Booker.
Engineered by Mason Booker
Theme music “Rumble” provided by www.Bensound.com
Logo design by Joshua Geisler www.selfuno.com.

#01 Revolutionary Girl Utena!

 Posted by on January 28, 2016
Jan 282016
 

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Check out the most amazing NEW podcast about OLD SCHOOL ANIME to hit the internet!

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Meltdown Presents: Anime Attic: #01 Revolutionary Girl Utena!

Twitter: @animeatticlove Instagram: animeatticlove

Welcome to Anime Attic! Blowing the dust off of old and forgotten anime since before you were born (probably)! In our premiere episode we take a seriously in depth look at one of the most beloved, classic anime series of all time, Revolutionary Girl Utena! Join Producer Mason Booker, Japanese Theater Scholar Zehra Fazal, and supreme Cosplayer Raven Night as we talk about, analyze and deconstruct it into its purest form of awesomeness!

Produced and Engineered by: Mason Booker

Logo by: Laura Darby

 

#02 – New Years Resolutions!

 Posted by on January 26, 2016
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Meltdown Presents: Meltdown Moms #02 – New Years Resolutions!

It’s a new year where moms make resolutions we probably won’t keep. Meredith and April talk mom-olutions and why we so often times fail within weeks of swearing screen time will only be allowed on weekends, and we’ll have marital relations more often than just when our kids are on screens. Why are new year’s resolutions so hard to keep? And why are moms the only ones vowing to stop yelling at the kids every January? Tune in to hear how the Meltdown Moms intend to keep this year’s promises, how their husband’s NY rez’s differ dramatically from their own, and why the Meltdown Mom of the Week makes us want to put Harry Connick, Jr. in the naughty chair.

Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.

Engineered by Mason Booker

Theme music by Brian Bulman

Logo design by Emily Wagner, EMILYWAGNERSTUDIO.com.