RVA RADIO: Mashup Movement Pioneer Z-Trip, Introducing the Sound Gaze Podcast, Heroes Con & LIVE from G5 Volume 3!

by | Jun 22, 2016 | POLITICS

Local podcasts are quickly becoming the way our neighbors and friends are communicating. From music, to politics, to pop culture, the voices of our city have found a place to spread their loves, interests and concerns. We have been compiling our favorites and trying something new with the launch of RVA Radio, so here is your must listen list for this week.

Local podcasts are quickly becoming the way our neighbors and friends are communicating. From music, to politics, to pop culture, the voices of our city have found a place to spread their loves, interests and concerns. We have been compiling our favorites and trying something new with the launch of RVA Radio, so here is your must listen list for this week.

If you would like your podcast to be considered, get at us hello@rvamag.com

The Monday Mashup featuring Mashup Movement Pioneer Z-Trip
The Monday Mashup featuring the mashup movement pioneer and award winning Z TRIP hosted by David Sporn aka DOOK from Richmond, VA. We talked about traveling, shows with LL COOL J, adventures on the road, and old record collections.

LIVE FROM G5 VOL. 3 featuring Doll Baby, Recluse Raccoon, We Never, Fight Amp, Josie McQueen and many more
Bryan Walthall of Stereo Image Recording is at it again for his prime cut collection of bands for the next installment of Live from G5! Doll Baby, Recluse Raccoon, We Never, Fight Amp, Josie McQueen and many more are showcased on this local love fest!

Sound Gaze June 18th featuring Doll Baby, Farewell Flight, T-Rextasy, Stellastarr, and more!
Sound Gaze is a radio show and podcast that airs every Saturday afternoon on WDCE 90.1 FM as well as online at sound-gaze.com. Hosted and produced by RVA Mag contributor Doug Nunnally, Sound Gaze specializes in bringing attention to overlooked bands and artists from today and yesteryear, while always staying grounded with its Richmond roots thanks to frequent guest appearances by local personalities and musicians within RVA’s vibrant scene.

Life Leave Me Alone 2.8: A Very Special Heroes Con
Life Leave Me Alone hosts Matt Fisher (@mattmoment) and James Goodson (@james_in_vain) pontificate on music, comics, pro-wrestling, and life through the lens of punk and underground culture.

Matt goes to Heroes Con 2016! We talk to cosplayers about comics, comics creators about wrestle, and Matt somehow talks to legendary hip-hop artist and pop-culture pioneer DMC of RUN-DMC!

Inside The Pallet House Podcast — The Answer is Nine
The Pallet House Podcast features a revolving door of characters who stop by to laugh, drink beer, and catch up on the craziness that is daily life. Check out more at www.insidethepallethouse.com

This week we find out that an old “friend” is still up to his same tricks; keep an eye your phone because he may be calling you next. We discover a product that sums up what is great about Capitalism, and another that seems to keep on going despite not being that great of a deal. A new shoe has dropped, and the golden era of orthopedic footwear may just be upon us. Have you ever thought you have had too much to drink to be driving…we meet a guy who that never occurred to. A false alarm has one of us placed on lockdown, but in this day and age you can never be too cautious. It may be safe to go back in the water, but be careful on the beach.

R. Anthony Harris

R. Anthony Harris

I created Richmond, Virginia’s culture publication RVA Magazine and brought the first Richmond Mural Project to town. Designed the first brand for the Richmond’s First Fridays Artwalk and promoted the citywide “RVA” brand before the city adopted it as the official moniker. I threw a bunch of parties. Printed a lot of magazines. Met so many fantastic people in the process. Professional work: www.majormajor.me




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