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One-On-One: Brer Rabbit of Flobots

Hands in the air, Presidents and Prime Ministers! We’ve got one of the main vocalists from the Flobots guesting on another edition of One-On-One!

King Baby Duck sits down with Flobots’ Brer Rabbit, as they chat about his and Johnny 5’s comic book origins (including one hell of an X-Men analogy!), the evolution of the band, and the current political structure of the United States. Plus hear his thoughts on what he feels makes a standout show, his most favorite moment on the new album The Circle In The Square, and a special twist on Three Album Island featuring drummer Kenny Ortiz.

It’s no quagmire, it’s One-On-One: Brer Rabbit of Flobots!

Click here to check out Blueonic’s photos from last Friday’s Flobots show on the official B3 page!

Special thanks to Another Reybee Production, Inc. for making this interview happen!

ESH Podcast # 312: Pickles & Bioshock- What More Can You Ask For?

These are a few of Panda’s favorite things Another Monday has come and the sistahs have another podcast episode for you all to enjoy. However this episode is Ninja intensive. And yes it’s because Panda was not prepared. This week’s episode heavy on the games and light on the tech–but hey at least they have […]

Episode CLVII: Seven Psychopaths And A Cemetery Equals Great Ending!

Like a crossbow arrow going through a guy’s neck, here zooms in the Bastards with another fun-filled episode!

This week the B3 crew show nothing but praise for the recent Middle East concert featuring Peelander-Z, Electric Eel Shock, Math the Band, and Sam Mulligan, as they convince you why you need to go out and support these acts. The new Martin McDonagh film Seven Psychopaths is reviewed, as KBD and Blueonic try to find a good way to truly explain this crazed dark comedy without spoiling it. Finally the guys look at the demos for XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Forza Horizon, Retro City Rampage, and Naughty Bear: Panic In Paradise, with some conflicting views from both sides regarding two of the titles in the spotlight.

An eye for an eye leaves the world with one guy having one eye. It’s Episode 157: Seven Psychopaths And A Cemetery Equals Great Ending!

ESH Podcast Episode #311: I’m the Dude Who Know the Guy.

And no this isn’t a The Big Lebowski reference–or is it? The Sistahs are known to have guests on their show Be it from time to time. But how about one with a “kinection” Particularly to rhythm and rhyme? A king of this time but also a jester, The Sistahs sit down to talk to […]

One-On-One: Electric Eel Shock

The King sits down with the band that truly put the “Bastard” in “Boston Bastard Brigade”: Electric Eel Shock!

In another edition of One-On-One, KBD chats with the Japanese metal trio about the what-if scenario regarding their original line up, how they feel about their success overseas, and why we’ve yet to see any sign of their tour documentary Sex, Drugs, and Email. Plus find out the current goings-on with their upcoming best-of/covers album, and hear which album Kazuto chooses in Three Album Island that makes Aki cringe.

Gimme suicide rock ‘n’ roll!!! It’s One-On-One: Electric Eel Shock!

Check out our official Facebook Page for Blueonic’s photos of Electric Eel Shock’s October 10th performance at the Middle East Upstairs, along with those of Peelander-Z, Math the Band, and Sam Mulligan!

Episode CLVI: Side Effects May Include Motion Sickness

Take some Dramamine, because it’s time for another episode with the Bastards!

This week King Baby Duck and Blueonic talk about the gripes of having swarms of tourists around the Salem area, and wonder if and when they’ll start getting used to having movies being made around the area. KBD reviews the first episode of Hayate the Combat Butler: Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, and discusses its non-canon elements that make it different from the other anime seasons. The recent film End of Watch is talked about, and Blueonic goes gun crazy with the beta for Medal of Honor: Warfighter. Finally the recent HD remasters of Sonic Adventure 2, Jet Set Radio, and NiGHTS into dreams… are looked at, and Blueonic explains why that spiky blue hedgehog is making him literally feel ill.

Buckle up your seatbelt, because you don’t wanna fall off during the loop-de-loop! It’s Episode 156: Side Effects May Include Motion Sickness!

ESH Podcast Episode 310: Confessions of A Resident Evil Apologist.

These are my nerdfessions The sistahs ran the full gambit this week–talking about ALL the things ESH. Ninja starts off talking about her run in with the Nyko Zoom. A device capable of making a kinect workable in smaller surroundings…or…is supposed to do that. Panda interjects with her fun little day cation story about her […]

Episode CLV: Damn Those Funky Chiptune Monkeys!

A musician of the simian kind joins the Bastards in an all-new episode.

This week the B3 crew welcomes James from BR1GHT PR1MATE, as he talks about the band’s origins, his views on the chiptune/nerdcore scene, and his work outside the duo (including a plug about the new game LiquidSketch). King Baby Duck and Teg look at the new Joseph Gordon-Levitt/Bruce Willis sci-fi flick Looper, and do everything they can to not spoil anything about it! Finally the demos for Double Dragon Neon and Marvel’s Avengers: Battle For Earth are reviewed, and Teg gives his initial thoughts on Borderlands 2.

Hide your bananas! It’s Episode 155: Damn Those Funky Chiptune Monkeys!

ESH Podcast Episode # 309: In Case Of Flaming Panda–Click Here.

You’ve been warned. Just in case you have encountered a flaming panda–click here Now that that is over and done with, the sistahs have now entered what they call “Broke Bitch October” That is right, pre holiday is slowly setting in and everyones wallets are in danger of being void of $$$. Ninja talks about […]

Go Home Joel Schumacher: A Boston FIG 2012 Podcast Special!

The first annual Boston Festival of Indie Games has come and gone, leaving behind a sign of success with a mixture of classic con funk!

In a special Podcast episode the B3 crew chats with three developers of some fantastic indie games. First King Baby Duck talks with Alex Schwartz and Kate Mann of Owlchemy Labs about Jack Lumber, a game that’s perfect for those who hate trees, but love woodland creatures and their grandma! Next Blueonic interviews Ben Shippee of Electric Coffee Games, whose title Photons takes the sheer feeling of darkness and makes it scary as hell! Finally KBD yucks it up with Fire Hose Games’ Eitan Glinert about Go Home Dinosaurs, a game that will explain how the giant reptiles really died out!

It’s short, sweet, and above all edutaining! (Yes, we know that’s not really a word!) It’s Go Home Joel Schumacher: A Boston FIG 2012 Podcast Special!