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Your Brain is the Devil – Part 5

“Your Brain Is The Devil” Part 5


Sept. 14, 2012


Adam Shaw, Don.


 


Orson Welles plays Dracula on old radio, Demons and demonology in our all too vulnerable lives, the Devil’s music,  Richard Dawkins on the virus of faith, and more.


3 Hours.


Your Brain is God – Part 41

“Your Brain Is God”  Part 41


June 22, 2012


Solo


God and food, thinking habits at work inside our brains, does God exist?, the theory of everything, and more callers than usual.


3 Hours.


CMKT4 Live

“CMKT4 Live”


May 18, 2012


Zack Adams. Jeff Cox, Austin Cliffe, Don.


Three guys from Illinois join me for three hours of circuit bending noise. Circuit bending explained and demonstrated. Difficult but amazing listening.


3 Hours.


Your Brain is God – Part 25

Your Brain Is God – Part 25


Jan. 13, 2012


Tim Maloney, Don


Tim plays Dr. Otto Prieswell, a “brain expert” who joins Izzy’s brother, Adam Isnt, for a solid 3 hour talk show, a discussion of how the brain works in relation to God. Is the brain hard wired for spiritual activity? Lots of callers join in with their own views and we just keep going.


3 Hours.


Your Brain is God – Part 1

Your Brain is God – Part 1


May 26, 2011


Peter Conheim, Jon Leidecker, Don


Shortly after Dr. Harold Camping predicted the end of the world for May 21, Dr. Camping and Brindle Spork join me, Izzy Isnt, for and in-depth, live mix look at that prediction, its aftermath, and how our brains are hard wired for faith driven belief without evidence. Lots of discussion and callers.


3 Hours.


All Art Radio, August 6, 2010

/”All Art Radio/”

August 6, 2010

Solo

This one is all John Cage. The entire show consists of a seamless mix of Cage talk, Cage interviews, and Cage performances, intermixed and layered throughout. This most influential composer speaks and speaks and speaks about his music and his composing philosophy, including silence.

3 Hours.