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2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List

"Taylor Swift won artist of the year at the American Music Awards for a 7th time Sunday in Los Angeles I'm Archie's are a lot of with the latest Taylor Swift won 6 awards out of the 6 for which he was nominated at the American Music Awards She says she was lucky enough to make music that she likes and fans embrace it so she makes more I have the fans to thank essentially for my happiness One of the showstoppers of the night was an all star tribute to Lionel Richie led by Stevie Wonder and Charlie puth on pianos Other winners include Beyoncé Bad Bunny Harry Styles BTS Kendrick Lamar and Morgan

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Warnock, Walker pivot to overtime in Georgia Senate contest

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Warnock, Walker pivot to overtime in Georgia Senate contest

"Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker are pivoting to the second round of their race in Georgia Party leaders and donors aren't waiting to see if George's December 6th Senate runoff will determine control of the Senate the Democrats Senate campaign arm announced a $7 million investment in field operations for senator Raphael Warnock Are you ready to do this one more time We're not held a rally in Atlanta where he said the former football star was unqualified and voiced confidence in the outcome We know how to win a run off Herschel Walker urged supporters at a rally in canton Georgia Thursday to help him get out the vote We got the BT men the time to put the 18 men Even Lawson leading a political action committee in support of walker says their messages elect a check on Joe Biden Lawson's pack will focus on the GOP base the 200,000 voters who supported governor Brian Kemp but not walker and the 350,000 voters who backed Trump two years ago but didn't vote in the 2021 runoff the Democrats won I'm Jennifer King

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Examining Biden's Chip Ban

HASHR8

01:50 min | Last month

Examining Biden's Chip Ban

"Let's kick it off with some Biden chip band, give me the lay of the land for this story. Definitely important for a lot of people in electronic space. Yeah, I think the Biden administration part of their strategy is they want to keep their semiconductors at home. So this story essentially came out to where they unveiled part of their strategy and the key points are that they kind of want the semiconductor industry workers to come home that are currently working in China. And then they don't want to send the cutting edge chips, those 5 nanometer 7 nanometer chips over to China. And so if you think about impact on the Bitcoin mining space, it could be that manufacturers in China can't get their chips and maybe produce as much. But I know you have some color on this one, so I'm going to send it back over to you. Yeah, first seeing a story you're like, oh, this is not good for the asic industry because a lot of asic manufacturers were formerly very centralized in China, but luckily it has changed over the last two years, pretty drastically. So we have bitmain and we have micro BT, those make up probably 90% of the asic marketplace, maybe even a little bit more. And both of those teams work through different foundries to procure their chips, notably TSMC, which is based out of Taiwan with bitmain, and then Samsung for micro BT, which is located in South Korea. A lot of the machines were then assembled in China, especially in Shanghai and those sort of areas. But it's not really the case anymore. Luckily bit main and micro BT really saw through this a while ago, made some strategic moves. A lot of both their operations are actually now based in Malaysia and Indonesia. A few other locations in Southeast Asia. That's where they're putting these machines together. So if you get an asic nowadays, that's commonly where it's manufactured.

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K-pop band BTS will serve mandatory military duties

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

K-pop band BTS will serve mandatory military duties

"A leading East Asia pop group will do military service The management agency of KPop group BTS says the singers will serve their mandatory military duties as required under South Korean law effectively ending a public debate or whether they should be given exemptions because of their artistic accomplishments big hit music says oldest member Jin will revoke his request to delay his conscription at the end of the month and undertake conscription steps required by the country's military manpower administration big hit also says the band's 6 other members will as well serve in the military

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Pastor Joshua Broome Opens Up About His Past Life as a Porn Star

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | Last month

Pastor Joshua Broome Opens Up About His Past Life as a Porn Star

"Amazing. I mean, just hearing your story as a dad, just thinking, you know, young people often are just so they're so foolish, they're so naive, they're so hopeful. And the idea that that is what pulls people in these directions. This idea of something, but we're living in a culture that's so bleak that most people would say, well, what's the difference? What's the big deal? You know, a lot of people just don't. There is no line. They're not even thinking about that. So you move into this into this world. What happens? Yeah, so naively did a naively did one thinking like, okay, how bad could it be? How detrimental could it be to my life? And I thought, okay, I'm just going to walk in this room and they go to hand me a camcorder and it won't be a big deal. Yeah, I walk on to a legitimate set. Just as big or bigger than a lot of the sets that I've done, you know, some acting in mainstream acting in, you know, there's camera a camera B, camera C, there's BTS happening, or catering, you know, there's production assistance. And just pretty overwhelmed. We want to be in there. This is big money. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the evil world in which we live big money to be made in these places. And you walked right into the middle of it. Yeah, and I do that one, naively thinking, how impactful could this be on my life? But did it got a check, but felt very sleazy, very dirty, just very like, okay, that wasn't anything like I thought it was gonna be I'm never gonna do this again. You know, back then, you know, this was, you know, 15, 16 years ago, that scene went viral.

 K-pop group BTS members face possible military conscription

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

K-pop group BTS members face possible military conscription

"South Korea's military wants to call up pop stars The military may conscript members of the key pop Subaru BTS for mandatory duties as the public remains sharply divided over whether they should be given exemptions The commissioner of the military manpower administration Lee key sick has told lawmakers its desirable for BTS members to fulfill their military duties to ensure fairness in the country's military service whether the band's 7 members must serve in the army is one of the hottest issues in career at the moment because it's oldest member faces possible enlistment early next year after

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No. 5 Clemson hangs on, tops No. 21 Wake Forest 51-45 in 2OT

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

No. 5 Clemson hangs on, tops No. 21 Wake Forest 51-45 in 2OT

"Number 5 Clemson needed double overtime but earned a road win over number 21 wake forest 51 45 Tigers quarterback DJ uwa young Gale found Davis Allen for a 21 yard touchdown pass and what proved to be the game winning score Had a career day with 5 touchdown passes I feel like the offense man every time we step on the field I think we just get better and better and better Wake forest quarterback Sam Hartman threw for 6 touchdown passes The demon deacons held the lead late in the fourth quarter but a BT Potter 52 yard field goal with 404 to play tied the game at 38 and forced overtime I'm Dennis Cox

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 Elton John to perform at White House on Friday

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Elton John to perform at White House on Friday

"The White House's south lawn will become a concert venue later this week Elton John will perform on the lawn Friday evening as part of an event called a night when hope and history rhyme a reference to what Irish poem President Biden often quotes Stars like John avoided the Trump White House but the Biden administration has been embracing pop culture BTS and Olivia Rodrigo have made appearances I've seen fire

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 S. Korea may conduct survey on BTS members' military duty

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

S. Korea may conduct survey on BTS members' military duty

"South Korea is going to decide whether members of BTS would have to enlist in the military Should KPop bands be allowed to skip military service even though it's mandatory It's a question the South Korean government is now considering and the public might help decide the matter The sole government says it may conduct a public survey to decide whether to grant exemptions to members of the boy band BTS the issue is a big deal now because the oldest member of BTS Jin faces enlistment in December when he turns 30 South Korean officials say they will consider factors like whether the economic impact of BTS might let them slide when

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Lollapalooza returns to Chicago

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Lollapalooza returns to Chicago

"Lollapalooza returns to Chicago with four days of music and marches are a letter with the latest Metallica is one of the headliners of Lollapalooza this year It's kind of a full circle moment since they got alternative fans in a tizzy when they headlined Lollapalooza in 1996 One of those in a tizzy was Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell who wanted to keep the festival alternative I will apologize even here and now I was wrong They have evolved and they're good people and I consider them to be good friends of mine Yes but other performers this year include J-Hope of BTS Lil Baby Jasmine Sullivan Machine Gun Kelly and Green Day

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"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Dog and I'm the head that I'm done I'm talking about love that girl y'all well, we've just skimmed the surface. It was so hard to pick only three spots. Like I went back and forth. I'm sure you did too Regina. Oh yes, definitely. Well, before we go, I did want to ask you both one last question since we're talking about BTS BTS has been in the news a lot about taking this break. J-Hope is headlining Lollapalooza this summer and releasing a solo album so that kind of seems like the next chapter for BTS is gonna be maybe unveiling more solo projects. What are you two hoping is next for BTS and for its members? I mean, personally, I would love to see each BTS member do collaborations with Korean indie artists and singer songwriters. And like I know that BTS has done such collaborations in the past and partly thanks to those collaborations, like many people around the world, especially members of the army, have come to discover all these talented Korean artists that are popular and well respected in Korea, but not as well known outside of Korea. And so, you know, I hope that the various BTS members will continue to do those types of collaborations because obviously there are so many different kinds of music in Korea, you know, there's like their ballots, there's folk rock, punk rock, rap, trot, like you name it, like Korea has it all, but I think a lot of Americans tend to forget that sometimes. And I feel like western media and mainstream western audiences, like tend to overly focus on idle KPop and I mean, frankly, many Koreans nowadays don't even listen to idle KPop. And so I think BTS just through their sheer star power could help introduce some of these other Korean artists to a broader audience. And also, it sounded like sometimes they had to sacrifice their own individual hopes because they always had to put the interests of the group first. So I hope that each member will be able to take this time to recharge and just do the things that he has always wanted to do. I want for them to make the music that they feel like they want to put out into the world. They want to put out into the world and to be able to spend a little bit less time outside of the public eye of feeling like they need to be churning out new content constantly and to know that they've given their fans so much music that they can constantly go back to. And that they can really take this time to release what they want to to collaborate with whom they want to. I hope that fans can just support them while they do that. Yeah, I just think there's such an impulse to strike while the iron's hot. And you can imagine the pressures on them to generate content, right? Like while they're the biggest band in the world. And I'm delighted, frankly, to see them able to prioritize their mental health, which if you're a fan of the group, you want your favorite group to prioritize its mental health, not only because they're human beings and you root for them as human beings, but because breaks are good for artists, breaks are good for everybody. Everybody needs it. And I hope they actually get to take some time off instead of just shifting to cranking out solo projects at the same pace that they've been cranking out group projects. Well, I'm delighted to have you both here. It has been so fun to dig deeper into these songs. I can't wait to dig deeper into these songs myself. We want to know what you think about BTS at home, what are your favorite BTS deep cuts? Find us at Facebook dot com slash PCH H and on Twitter at PCH that brings us to the end of our show. Lanica Cruz Regina Kim thanks so much to both of you for being here. This was amazing. Thank you. Yeah, thanks so much for having us. Had a great time. It was a joy. This episode was produced by Candace Lim, Mike Katz, and Taylor Washington, and edited by Jessica reedy. Hello, come in, provides the music. You are bobbing your head to right now. I'm Steven Thompson, and we will see you all tomorrow. I'm Gregory Warner, hosted the podcast rough translation on our new season. We're telling stories about the cultures of work. The 9 to 5. It's a myth and rest around the world. I came into this totally prepared to defend my American productivity. At work, the new season of the NPR podcast rough translation. This message comes from NPR sponsor, northeastern university, turning discoveries into solutions that make our nation healthier, resilient, and more secure. Visit northeastern dot EDU.

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"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

07:26 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"For days stop running for nothing my Friends the song doesn't assume that young people are listeners are lazy or aimless and in need of discipline. It tells them that running is not an inherently virtuous activity and that it's okay to stop for a moment and to just appreciate the moment where they are. Whether they're feeling happy or sad and it tells them that they're not defined by the dreams they do or don't have that simply existing and appreciating your existence can be enough. I really like that song too and something that you see in a lot of both Korean songs as well as K dramas that are being made nowadays is a lot of them touch on this idea of South Korea being a super competitive society. And so I think through this song, like BTS is also reminding people in their home country that they don't have to feel pressure to do what everyone else around them is doing. They don't have to go through that same pressure cooker. I love that. So obviously, we can't be completely comprehensive here, BTS has a huge catalog. But we did want to get a couple more highlights in Regina, why don't you give us your last pick? Yeah, so my last pick is also known as how to wrap. And it's from BTS's second album. Oh, are you late to that came out in 2013? And I'd say it's probably their most quote unquote Korean song because the meaning of the nuances of the song can be a bit hard to understand if you're not Korean. So to start off, just breaking down the song's title Pythagorean. So pi means a dough means province, Kong means river and sun means mountain. So if you take all of that, it literally translates to all the rivers and mountains of the 8 provinces of Korea. And it's sometimes used as a fancy way of referring to Korea as a beautiful country. And other times it's simply used when you're talking about Korea as a whole. And the alternative title for this song is how to wrap and I would say that's probably a more representative title for the song because talk to the means dialect and Korean. And the whole song is basically this fun and hilarious rap battle between the BTS members who are singing and rapping in their regional dialects. My mind what I had on my mind but I kind of hope so in this song you hear a BTS mention some of the provinces in the refrain. You also get to hear BTS mentioned some regional stereotypes that a lot of Koreans are familiar with. So for example, there's a saying that men from kyung song province tend to be manly and handsome and some people say that people from tola province have a very friendly way of talking. Obviously these are just stereotypes and there are many Koreans out there who disagree with either or both of these stereotypes. And then later in the song you have RM who is the leader of BTS and he basically comes in and says something along the lines of like, hey, you country bumpkins, like, okay, these dialects may be cool, but having a sole accent is still the standard way of speaking Korean. And that's a story much I pay will die. This had to be got the birth city diamond to the inch of our gas into the demons. And to understand where he's coming from, you have to know that soul is very much the political economic and cultural capital of South Korea. I mean, to Koreans, it is essentially like Washington, D.C., New York, LA, and San Francisco all rolled into one. And generally speaking, people from Seoul are considered to be more sophisticated than people from other parts of Korea. And that's partly because they speak with the sole accent and it's kind of like how a lot of Americans feel like people with a British accent sound smarter. And so starts off sounding like a bit elitist, but then his tone suddenly shifts in this song and kind of like starts acting as a peacemaker and then he ends this part by saying like why keep fighting went in the end it's all the same Korean language. And he basically says that, you know, we're all like one Korea under the same sky. And although we may have different dialects, at least we can all understand each other. I love just being able to delve into these songs a little bit and just hearing some of the meanings behind them because a lot of the songs that have really hooked me into BTS as an American fan has been songs like dynamite and butter, which as incredibly catchy as they are. If you break down the lyrics, the lyrics are basically just lists of hashtags. That sounds accurate. It's like a lot of slogans kind of strung together and they're so impeccably catchy and I love those songs. Do not get me wrong, but they don't necessarily feel like they're infused with a ton of much deeper meaning. And so it's really fun to hear you guys talk about these songs and understand how much thought is put into them and how much meaning they have for people beyond just how catchy they are, which they are still very, very catchy. I know your last pick is meaningful and catchy once you hit me with it. The song that I picked to end on is called disease or that's the English translation E so disease. And this is a more recent song from their album B, which is their largely self written self produced album that actually wasn't supposed to exist. It only exists because the pandemic happened. The song and the album are steeped in the emotional turmoil of the pandemic. They're very attuned to the sense of loss and claustrophobia and anxiety that so many people were feeling. And many people are still feeling. And in particular, the song is about the disease of overwork and of being forced to rest and to do nothing and hating it, and then pathologizing the fact that you don't want to stop working. And I think disease is one of the all time great OT 7 songs and OT 7 just means that all 7 of the members are on the song. As opposed to their subunit or solo songs, and I think each member really shines in the style that most suits him, both the rap line and the vocal line, do some of their best and most dynamic work on the song. The song has so much energy and it's the kind of track that I hope BTS wants to make more of. Whenever they decide to make music again, as a group of 7, I think it really shows what they're capable of as a septet and there aren't too many voices or sounds in the mix and they really achieve this balance and harmony. It just sounds very them. Which is to say that the song is very playful, serious, sincere, and also cool. 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"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Girl yeah, it's interesting talking about the lyric translation videos and how important it is, I think, for BTS fans to share the translations of these songs. You know, I produced a BTS tiny desk concert a couple years ago. And just the outpouring from fans of the group, not only like appreciating that video, but wanting translations, asking us to make sure that we were posting translations because it was very, very important for fans of the group that casual observers know what those songs meant that they weren't just pretty songs, or they weren't just catchy songs. They were songs that were infused with a lot of meaning. I think a lot of armies have songs like that that trigger something within them, whether or not they understand the lyrics. And I'm really happy you're here to talk about the lyrics Regina. And that Steven, you mentioned the outpouring of demand for things to be translated because, I mean, this is really what I think BTS fans do is some casual observers or listeners might not care, but when you become a fan of them, you really do deep dives into their lyrics. And listening to BTS song as a non Korean speaker requires a lot of humility, but also like a desire to learn. And I think it's something that really bonds people together is just being able to share that experience. Yeah, wonderful point. All right, lenica, give us give us your next pick? Yes, so my next pick is Paradise, which is from what I would consider their masterpiece of an album, love yourself tear, which came out in 2018. And I chose this song because it has the rare distinction of being one of the few Korean songs BTS has never performed live. So this is a true deep cut. And because army loves an underdog, this is one of the most beloved songs I would say of the fandom. It's an underappreciated gem. And I wanted to just discuss Paradise because lyrically it offers an interesting and instructive contrast to run. It sounds very fresh and upbeat and it builds to this ending where they're all kind of chanting, singing

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"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"bt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"YouTube. It starts with Meredith's desire to change careers and grows into a successful farming business, Meredith learned how on YouTube. A quick warning, this episode contains discussion of suicide. The Korean pop sensation BTS recently announced that its members are taking a break to pursue solo projects. That break presses pause on a discography that's farther reaching than casual fans might think. So we thought now would be a good time to showcase some of the discoveries in the BTS catalog. I'm Steven Thompson, and today we are talking about BTS deep cuts on pop culture happy hour from NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor, northeastern university, turning discoveries into solutions that make our nation healthier, resilient, and more secure. Visit northeastern dot EDU. Joining us today is lenica Cruz, she's a senior editor at the Atlantic and she's the author of the forthcoming book on BTS sincerity, pop music, fandom. Welcome back, lenica. Thanks so much, Stephen. I'm glad to be here. It's great to have you and making her pop culture happy hour debut is Regina Kim. She's an entertainment writer focusing on Korean pop culture. Welcome to the show Regina. Hi, thanks for having me. Oh, it is a pleasure. So a couple of quick clarifications upfront, BTS has recorded a lot of songs in its 9 year history, so there's no way to really be exhaustive here. Also, when we say that BTS is taking a break, no one is entirely sure what that means. The group is not calling this a breakup or a hiatus, just an opportunity for its members to work on other projects for a while. J-Hope, for example, is set to release a solo album on Friday. BTS management company just signed a streaming deal with Disney that will include a concert film and a docu series. So it's fair to consider the BTS catalog of work in progress. Now, that said, we did want to provide a deeper look into the BTS archives. I consider myself a casual fan of BTS. I love dynamite and butter and spring day and other songs U.S. fans commonly associate with BTS, but I've never seen one of their concerts in person, and I haven't dug deep into their discography, so we recruited a couple of experts who might help fans like me dig deeper. Regina Kim, I'm going to start with you. Give me a BTS deep cut. Yeah, so the first song that I want to talk about is called and the title of the song and panman is actually the name of a Japanese cartoon character that was created by this author named Takashi yanase. And the character first appeared in children's picture books in the 1970s, and then it was later adapted into an enemy series that became super popular among children in Japan. And Anthony was also popular in Korea in the 1990s, although in Korea they called him hook bagman, but Anton man is a very unconventional superhero. His face is literally a rum pastry ball filled with sweet red bean paste. And the Japanese call this pastry on pond hence the name on panman. I'm pun is really delicious. I highly recommend trying it if you haven't yet. So good. Yeah. And what I'm planning on basically does is he helps people in need by breaking off pieces of his face for them to eat. And he's highly vulnerable. He becomes very weak if anything happens to his head. So for example, if people eat parts of it, he gets weak, and so because of all this, he's called the world's weakest superhero. I love it. But, you know, he has a very big heart and he's also very kind and brave and giving. And so this whole Anton mon series is about teaching kids to help others. And so I think it's very telling that in this song, BTS chose to compare themselves not to Superman or to Spider-Man, but to anpanman, the world's weakest superhero. BTS is essentially saying that, you know, similar to Anthony, like all they have to offer is their music. But they believe that they can still provide people with strength and hope through their music. And they're also telling us that, you know, we

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Where Is Ray Epps? Revolver News' Darren Beattie Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Where Is Ray Epps? Revolver News' Darren Beattie Explains

"He is the founder. He is the editor of revolver news. Welcome back to Mercer first Darren BT. Great to be back. Thanks for having me, Seth. All right guys, you do real journalism. I want everybody to follow this individual, even if you can't spell growth in dengue in centrist, you need to follow him. It's an in joke, Darren J Beatty. That's. Revolver news. Darren, let's talk about this, I like to call it a circus, but it's darker than that. It's more problematic. It is really an inquisition. It's a witch hunt in western civilization. We have a principle where the accused is allowed to face off with the accuser, they're allowed to provide evidence of their innocence. That's not happening in the January 6th committee. So let's ask some important questions on your Twitter feed, you've got a video posted again and again and again of a certain ray eps, who is a key figure who is talking about storming the capitol the day before the capitol. I don't think he's been sworn in. None of the witnesses have actually sworn an oath before giving their testimony. So could you give us an update on where is Rey Epps, Darren? Well, that's a great question. And it's a great question as to who was he, what was he doing and why do the fed seemingly have zero interest in him? I mean, here is the guy. This is old news at this point, but now that we have the committee revving back up, everyone needs to read our two part series on meat ray Epps and it's so comprehensive. It's so damning it's so overwhelming that I say if you're skeptical or if you know someone that's skeptical about federal involvement in January 6, simply take the revolver news challenge, read these two pieces, but most importantly watch the video that we've compiled and then look me in the eye and tell me that there wasn't a federal involvement in

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5 Takeaways From BTS' New Album 'Proof' - The GRAMMYs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

5 Takeaways From BTS' New Album 'Proof' - The GRAMMYs

"KPop group BTS drops a new three disc anthology album with three new songs KPop fans are having a moment just days after an appearance at The White House BTS is out with a new album called proof It's got 48 tracks including many of the band's hit singles solo versions previously unreleased demos and three new songs The official music video for the lead single yet to come the most beautiful moment racked up 14 million views within three hours on YouTube Band members say the album is a reflection on their past and a message for their fans who've been with them for the past 9 years I'm

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BTS visit White House to combat hate crime

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

BTS visit White House to combat hate crime

"BTS brought their star power to The White House on Tuesday as they met with president Joe Biden about combating hate crimes against Asian Americans A marchesa a letter with the latest The White House press room was packed and the briefing live stream audience went through the roof for BTS appearance before their private meeting with President Biden singer RM says they want to turn their influence into tolerance We thank President Biden and The White House for giving this important opportunity to speak about the important causes Remind ourselves of what we can do as artists White House economist Brian friess who wanted to talk about inflation numbers had to follow BTS So I get to go home and tell my kids that BTS opened for me I did not expect that when I woke up this morning

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Embiid scores 33 points, 76ers finish off Raptors in Game 6

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Embiid scores 33 points, 76ers finish off Raptors in Game 6

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BTS ask audience to clap, not sing, to prevent COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

BTS ask audience to clap, not sing, to prevent COVID-19

"The music group BTS usually has no problem getting a reaction from an audience but the group is telling south Korean audiences in advance to clap marches are a letter with the latest why would be T. S. one of the most popular groups in the world need to ask audiences to clap it's because they're asking audiences to just clapped not singer chance to prevent the spread of the coronavirus normally fans would scream when singer J. hope introduces himself but at their concert Thursday in Seoul it sounded like this man made sure to ask fans to please kindly cheer silently and said this week series of concerts will be unforgettable forever

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‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

"The the nominations nominations for for the the N. N. double double ACP ACP image image award award to to route route you you could could see see people people voting voting on on the the N. N. double double ACP ACP image image awards awards nominations nominations have have fallen fallen hard hard for for the the harder harder they they fall fall the the Netflix Netflix movie movie has has twelve twelve nominations nominations for for next next month's month's ceremony ceremony the the movie movie produced produced by by Jay Jay Z. Z. features features an an all all star star cast cast including including Regina Regina king king and and Idris Idris Elba Elba also also getting getting a a bunch bunch of of nonsense nonsense is is a a raise raise insecure insecure with with thirteen thirteen including including best best comedy comedy TV TV series series with with Janet Janet king king will will compete compete for for entertainer entertainer of of the the year year along along side side little little nas nas X. X. Megan Megan the the stallion stallion Jennifer Jennifer Hudson Hudson and and Tiffany Tiffany had had ishe ishe the the show show will will be be broadcast broadcast on on February February twenty twenty six six on on BT BT I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards

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Rodrigo leads with 7 nods going into Sunday's AMAs

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Rodrigo leads with 7 nods going into Sunday's AMAs

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"bt" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Much in so above and beyond everyone else and fans respond by buying everything. Bts touches and bt is touching a lot of stuff. The band has not been shy about brand partnerships. They've collaborated with samsung galaxy on a phone. Which sold out in an hour with feola on a sportswear collection which sold out in a day with hyundai on the palisade model that ended up in six months. Backwaters with baskin robbins. Coca cola louis. Vuitton and mcdonald's and in every case everything sold out michael are insurances. He sometimes worries. The bts is doing too much and moving away from its roots. The soulful korean songs that i drew him in still. He says he's army and for army. Bts is family and he says army. It's everywhere even with npr internally. There is like a little army grew would just share the npr. It's private is private. Yes this episode of the indicator was produced by jamila huxtable and dave blanchard. It was fact checked by britney cronin. The indicator is edited by kate kincannon and is a production of npr. Lie legs omer. Yeah us that down. I go on the road. We'll open for them why not..

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"bt" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Tamar. Herman is a reporter for the south china morning post and author of bts blood sweat and tears. She says as big as having a song of the summer is much less to songs of the summer. This is like a blip for bt s which has been on a streak of success. it's almost hard to fathom. They're just so big you you can't just look at bt gts and be like i s this is just the same cloth reshapes no at the brand new cloth. It's just something so new that something. So new says tamar is the way that bts connects with its fans tamar says it's akin to like the beatles or the grateful dead bts fans are devoted and they are putting their money where their hearts are. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm stacey smith today on the show. Bts inc the band has become this global economic force creating jobs generating billions in revenue and even moving the needle on the south korean gdp. This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital. one capital. One auto navigator can help you find a car get prequalified instantly and see your real monthly payment without impacting your credit score capital one. What's in your wallet. Terms and conditions apply more at capital one dot com slash auto navigator bts. The korean pop band has been around for about eight years but in the last couple of years they started bringing in so much money. The south korean government decided to try and measure the economic impact of the band park. Chinook is head of cultural industry research at the korea culture and tourism institute with them. Win the royal win. The we have some tools that can help us make estimates from the bank of korea which lets us see the impact of sales growth spilling out to other industries in online concert held by bt 's during the pandemic brought in more than seventy million dollars in ticket and merchandise sales but like park chuck says there is a major ripple effect bt. Popularity is fueling tourism to korea study of the korean language interest in korean movies television fashion and food all told. Bts is bringing in an estimated five billion dollars a year to south korea. that's on half a percent of the country's entire economy. The influence impact phantoms are huge and started to spread globally with the success of bts bts fans are known as army and there are huge groups of army in the philippines indonesia brazil and the indicator. So are you like in the army. Yeah i if. I like you have to register. Get a registration number there. Call yourself an anri. And yes. I am a proud army. Michael hough is our intern and he's a huge fan. He first got into the band in high school. He remembers the moment well. It's very melancholic. Sentimental kind of you miss your friends. Then michael heard this song by bt 's called spring day and something about it really spoke to him started listening to the song over and over again. Can you sing a little bit. Let's see she joe pogo. Did you learn korean eye. Terrible qurion but learn korean for bt s. I learned korean from their song. This is not unusual according to journalists tamar herman she says many of bts's songs especially the early ones tell stories very personal and emotional stories with a lot of historic and literary references and so fans army. They connect with the band and with each other through the study of these songs literally like linguistics class. So this word means this thing. But it also can relate to this situation in korea in history. People are doing like close readings of their song. Yeah so it's it's because there is so much depth there there's so much storytelling in the music itself. Michael says his first deep dive into a song. Spring day was really rewarding. And the deeper. He dove where he started learning korean. The more hastily bts understood exactly what he was experiencing with his own friends and the more he wanted to know about the people who'd written and performed the song so we started checking out bt social media so much content on online probably hundreds of thousands of hours of direct footage of them. Living life going on trips. You know even just eating together adult. Go down the beach rabbit hole. Because then you wouldn't have time for work. Bts is all over social media. twitter youtube tick-tock talk instagram facebook. And they post all the time like it is a tidal wave of content. And it's not necessarily your typical celebrity posts of people looking hot on the red carpet. Michael says it's all these intimate little moments like. The band members goofing off hanging out the kind of bring you into their lives. They openly share their struggles. And you know they struggle because in the early years a lot of negative publicity and all their So they really feel like some someone you know you know like a friend you know for a long time. You just don't get to see them. Do you feel like you care about them. Yes i do And i and they do. I think they care incredibly for the fans. You feel like care coming from them if mutual is very mutual. Michael says the fact that the members of bts have been so open about their struggles with depression and critics and relationships it makes the fans feel connected to them and also to each other. A bts concer is like a group therapy session with seventy thousand people. Wow like you get this. You get this seven. I don't know psychiatrist somehow. You feel like you're your soul has been comforted in a way tamar. Herman says this connection. Michael has to bt bts. This is something she. 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"bt" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

"By the way andrew and diamond. You should never be afraid to be the end of your rope with gandhi. And not say i should say something absolutely absolutely. Well let's go. let's go see go ahead. Okay on the count of three hold up. One two three. I see dying. Vote yourself off. The rv outfought out. Blessed shit see feel bad for them because you know we go out to eat and it's like can you eat here. Do you want to check the menu. And then we actually get inside the restaurant. And i find out that i can't eat there and three yesterday yesterday and i'm like oh my god. These people are hungry. God starving but this is the fun part about timing. That's the most fascinating she was like. I hate when people always ask me to choose where we have to eat. I can't stand it. it's so annoying. Like oh diamond. You have allergies you. Pick me while we left three restaurants because she wouldn't pick where we gotta eat and everywhere we went she can't eat. It was soybean oil in everything. Every restaurant used that as basic oil. So you're screwed. You're allergic to tell you while you're in santa fe. I mean they put a lot of ingredients and a lot of their food. So be careful by the way if you guys noticed if you're watching this that gandhi freezes but andrew and diamond don't right yeah tried golden corral buffet. Oh something there. It's like a feed store though today. People like threes at the buffet. You gotta wait for so many finnish. You okay enters making appointment before you do have you ruined the sizzler where they have like steaks and potatoes. And then at the end they have like a big vat of chocolate pudding. What does that actually in. It never went to reason canes and then god he was like oh. It's the best drunk fast food you'll ever have in your life so great time..

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"bt" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"You know whatever you all that stuff stride and that's what you were born to do maybe more though maybe more than just being lake lily pad and they sit here but that's all it is So we're just trying to make the most of the time we have together and bernie you know. I said well. Bow sounds like it. Sounds like you got a problem. You gave up on salvin. That doesn't sound like something. Bts would do and they said what's bts again. i said anyway. You sounds like you got a problem. And they said well then in real so then that took a week or two. I said well is the thing. I don't like frigging giving my wings. Wed do you think. I just never came. I got this by four scooter to give me this. And they said what school so that was another week went by. And i said listen anyway would save laid the groundwork which was exhausting. Didn't realize it. With the time i thought i had said Listen sounds like uganda problem. I gotta problem two weeks them together. That's how that's isn't that. How nature works independent systems or some such thing and they said well. What's the problem. And i said well. You know as much as i know about bt 's suddenly to go backstage to a show but that's not gonna happen so i want to go back and want to get into the hearts of bts. Natch is. do i originally. I just wanted to go backstage to the concert. of a worked out because twenty frigate twenty twenty. You know in. So now. I want to be in the hearts bts and they said we don't understand. I so but like don't worry about that. I said i want to to of i'm going to get to the heart. Bt s by giving you to which is want And they said what's that. And i said well assist thing. I'm going to lake Lake i said it's going to take a little while but one day it's said what if we took a little trip all of us together we relocated and they said we don't in hokey another week on by stri. You really don't need much you know again. I'll mix to figure out what you eat Won't we won't ever give you any gatorade. Don't worry and You know there's a cinco. I didn't even i said don't worry about it. But scooter figure all out the hot spots. I'm gonna do the boss and around in the. I'm the idea may. And but basically what. We're gonna do to relocate you from the tributary of river. Inada swamps gouda. And we're going to take you out and we're going to give you a new home where you're together.

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"bt" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"And kalem. He's like the bad boy. And then there's the to dream. You ones ashton ashton. Maybe luke luke luke hamming says luke. Hemmings is at somebody in a boy band. It sounds like it. I think luke hemmings might be in a harry. Styles is not in five seconds of summer Maybe i'll i guess i should look that bernie's current love just like the world's current love in twenty two lay twenty twenty is bt 's that's gap will be capital t. capital s and even i like can't resist it So you know it's So bt 's is a seven member south korean boy band that formed in twenty to ten debuted in two thousand thirteen. It gets it. Means the sept- pets They went from hip-hop to kind of a wide range of genres. i don't know if they'll have the holiday album out in twenty twenty or their d did but they also have personal social commentary they touch on themes and mental health. This is from wikipedia. And there they are. I mean really are great Let's see they debuted in two thousand thirteen too cool for school Then darken wild and wake up and wings Let's see this she. Oh this will. I've main reason was today where they were nominated for a grammy. So congratulations p. t. s. I mean that's news like today's day that's why bernie's really y lake a. They said today's a great day for burning to record. Love yourself world sewer. They sold out wembley stadium highest grossing engagement in rose bowl. Stadium history They've partnered with unicef saf And love myself campaign. They addressed the united nations. Seventy third in the seventy fifth general assemblies. I think this let's see. Let's see what impact and influence other than i'm sure. That bernie doesn't get any credit. But i mean they're i mean they're big time so implant bagged an influence Easily the biggest and most successful name. In cape bob the over one of the reasons. They ran Twenty nineteen macy's thanksgiving day parade and that is when bernie became beat. Bt a superfan Yeah they're only second streaming to drake Biggest boy band in the world most influential people. So just i mean really they are inspirational. I'm not serious. And i think it's great i like and i like You know bernie has headphones and how so Or i wear headphones. So it's not like get over exposed to so that's bts. I guess they could look five seconds of summer. Just for just like oh. Let's look harry styles. First series style. Yeah watermelon sugar. Hairy styles s. t. o. notes. Yeah s. t. nine s. Why.

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"bt" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"As. We'd cleared the biggest band in the world right now. I don't think there's really any doubt about that as you know. They are. Seven man pop group from south korea with three rappers and four singers all ridiculously good dancers and no one has achieved anything like what they've achieved. No group from south korea or anywhere in asia as had anywhere the kind of success that bcs has had in the us and markets. They are under third number one single in the united states. The new one is called butter and the second english language single from them. And it's very much in the vein of dynamite. The previous english language single. But it's got a charm all tone. It's great but these english language singles if it's all you know about really only scratched the surface. There's so much more to them. There's a lot of depth there. I would definitely recommend checking out my interviews if you get a chance but today. I also wanted to talk to young kim who wrote a book called. Bt s the review. He is a seoul based music critic and musicologist. He actually as he came to the states to get a phd in musicology and he's been covering crean music since the late nineties. And he wrote the first book ever about hip hop in south korea and so we had a pretty in depth conversation about bt s and a little bit about the history of pop music in south korea and hip hop and south korea. The conversation started off with young. Kim explaining when he first heard about bt s back in two thousand thirteen well honestly. I sense the significance of or more. Broadly this new format hip hop idol. In k pop would be a something important in a lot of ways. I mean that's was two thousand twelve. I guess or thirteen. I heard about the group. Actually maybe it was just a prototype. I i don't think it just just the same group as is now. But i heard from my colleague that producer punk shijo is preparing a new group largely based on hip hop but the format will be capable so i thought that was interesting idea in a lot of ways first of all i actually well like i said earlier. I was deeply interested in korean hip hop scene from leon and i happen to write a book about korean hip hop for the first time in south korea which is hungary pop your that. She translating current hip hop the footsteps the passion. That was two thousand six and the reason i wrote. That book actually was the fear. You know the concern that i had at the time i thought honestly the crew and hip hop was dying at the time around two thousand five two thousand six but you know then several years past and i heard from my colleague about the group yes and i thought that was really weird but at the same time we really fascinating idea combining hip hop and pop idol capable idol format because for me k. Pop was still is all about. You know heavy production control management you know the forging talent fostering talent. You know at the same time but for me hip hop like you know it's all about representation. I mean it's it's about identity about who you are will you from who or what you representing. Well at the time. I heard the news about you know the glue. Pta's i thought you would be complete game changer or up. Total disaster honestly then. I saw their name. Because i was in the united states in the all these like the ups and downs and success and treatment of k pop in the us. Us market for instance. I can them style and other boy bands in grow groups. I saw their name on the list of the show call k. Con is the biggest k pop festival in the us by cj entertainment right. Yeah so. I was just instantly intrigued by the idea and the group because at the time were they're not the only hip hop buydell. Actually we had big bang block. B b p. They're all great. They really had their own career and their own moment and big bang was actually probably the most well known k pop group at the time alone with Super junior and exo and shiny. So well. So i kind of carefully. Monitored the group's career from two thousand thirteen. But i mean from from the very first moment. I saw them in person i mean i. I didn't have any like a chance of doing interview. Or what but i. When i first watched their performance and a k khan and watch the fan and the really small but devoted fans just to say manage day. They still have these days. I was so mass memorized. So shocked by the power of phantoms. In the an idea of these fans had saying that. Bts's to thin or something different from pre existing capable idols. So i i was instantly hooked by the group itself and the music and And the fan reaction as you well know. Army is not as his fans are known these days. Many don't like to put s in the k pop category. An and the group themselves have complicated feelings about that. When i talked to him about that he he said ultimately it doesn't matter but he didn't really endorse. Bts is part of k pop the idea sort of that their own genre. Which i think there's there's an argument for that said historically i think to understand where they came from. You have to look a little bit at the state of k pop and it's very significant. Of course that what big hit. Which is their agency their label and is now part of. It became this giant public company. Hi was at the time of their debut in two thousand thirteen was this tiny startup in an industry dominated by big companies. So maybe you could kind of just explain all that for minute. What the landscape look like in two thousand thirteen and why. It was a struggle to come from this the startup for them. Yeah first of all the discussion. The cape hop in bts being not k pop or something something like that well. I think it's the confusion is there because the word k. Pob doesn't really mean anything except for the fact k. Pop is korean popular music but the thing is it's a kind word that people used from outsiders point of view because we i mean before two thousand two thousand. We korean cringe analyst. People really didn't have to call a cape up. yeah i'll music is a type of industry but k up. It was just a just a word that the foreign journalist started to us you know naming after the war j pop because they are already familiar with the idea of j pop but the the thing is the first music or the music that was popular at the time was idle music or worse something similar so it really made that kind of confusion. That k pop is all about idle music. Even though the word. K pop doesn't really mean something about idol. Was something like that. That confusion actually made people like me or that. They really felt they have to distinguish themselves from the idea of k pop but technically capable is just korean popular music but the problem is the usage. Know it's not the definition. Yeah i mean. That's that's i wanted to point out producer. Punk rock will formerly a really talented composer producer in jail. Ip he already had a great career as a composer but he said he'd felt that. There's gotta be something else. Beyond these like k pop idol format or formula. It can be idle music but it can be different. That's his idea. But i think it's it's really associated with the more more genuine authentic artistry still based on idol format and a lot of really amazing narrative than stories so round the time has made debut. Yes there are three giants. You mentioned that ba kit high right now but be kit at the time was really small company really small company and actually they pro. The show was really desperate at the time. 'cause i mean it was almost the end of his. 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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"Yes so they have three options in the email. Just three buttons the first one was just full. Patriots enlist second moments like a bad bones list and is that one just on subscribe right. Because i've wanted people to be able to under subscribe right And then there's obviously they will say the other one which is a non patriot mailing list Which is kind of akin to the full picture on list in the. I'll say when we show in march and so on so yeah nice and so what. You're what you're doing. Weber's you're setting a tag based on what they click on. It's really clever. I really like we've got basically we've just got three pages on a website One of them says like thanks to subscribe to them say different versions of thanks subscribing and one says thanks funds subscribing. I'm basically depending on which which button they click in the email. They have a tag which says they're interested in this series This level that. I want an email. And that's that's so simple. It's so much easier than dealing with. Like i denote. Everyone's send baca survey and then we'll depending on the survey is simple. And what's it been like you've just sent this out. What what's what's what's been. I know it's early. But what's been the response so far. Yeah positive had a lot of patrons keen to hear from us. Few unsubscribe because again people sometimes just wanna get the The fade and that's all say people signing up to both both versions. Yes yeah as it shows both versions. Aw haunted and that sort of good and you can you can get so much more into. There are so many other options. Which i'm sure we're going to explore. Yeah as you go along. yeah. I'm sure there's there's lots of things we'd like to explore in the future with dissent many different options like if we have spin off saw specials like maybe people want to hear about whenever we all these special coming out..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"I think that's the statistics. So not if they're on all the time said if people any check this social media every now and again the following thousands of people which is very easy to do yet she don't hear the updates and we we get people saying like so an e series coming out. So it's out it's it's already. It's already stopped being out. They didn't know. And and yeah. We have people saying d have newsletter. I wanna keep up to date with the news else has been going on with you guys and don't know that we have didn't know the kind of especially with oetzi still because i'm proud of the little patches i designed i made some fabric patches and people don't realize that they are available and then sometimes i'll do a thing saying patches. We sell them. And then i'll get a load voters patches because people really like can said the monja clothes and be like from space junk. Let's talk about the. Let's talk about the pressure to not start a newsletter right. Because you you succumb to patriotic you start to grow that right and so you had this so you really have to. You have social media right and you have your feed and now you've got patriots have three sort of ways to try and communicate right patriot. We have the problem that people don't see what we post. They're often social media. We talked about right you just. It's really hard to get people to see it. But what was stopping you from. Starting a news is just be honest. Like you know what i mean like. What what were the fears. You know like what was like. Oh no i think as people signing you up to the newsletter it's usually corporate stuff. It's like i. I got a think today for my university. Id my university. It's not that bad but they do occasionally just be like so. Do you want to chip in and give us some of your money. And i'm like. I haven't finished paying off the money i already gave you. I'm still quite a lot in debt. So i probably won't sponsor a seat. Yes stuff that like. Isn't that interesting. yes like we. We didn't want to bore people. We didn't want to feel like we were intruding on that time. Yeah yeah. I think a big thing that was holding me back was the fact that i thought it was going to be a lot of work. I thought it was going to be like. We're going have to lots of time into lots of money into it and building something. That actually looks nice. It's going to be hard. There's no point doing it. If it says no point doing is going to be look bad and osa thinking like collecting with the email justice because we tried sending out bulk emails early on in the early days and it was just so clunking horrible. You remember when you had to do like what was it like mail merge we get rockets name brackets name. Hello brackets name. Yeah these are all valid right. So you've just recently launched right..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"Silence like what do we do now. Were from from like 'cause we. I say we had sell out nights. Some of them like were well received some of the one that and he knew we at least knew none of these jokes landing tonight or one night when everyone was laughing at the saudis. We were like this is gone weird but yes we had nothing but then like gradually slowly like stunt get noticed by people and matchy james. Kearney was very very good at that he kind of showed us a bit. The ropes of what we need to do because obviously he had unseen our say he'd been kind of jamie whole audio sunday kind of sharing things talking to other people learning that wasn't audio drama community because we didn't know there were other people doing this. Yeah and actually. I met of my closest friends of the first time. I think three days before release like because i went to the goltz miscellaneous drama event and go very drunk with liz campbell from the wooden overcoats. Love with and that was just. That was very fun of an introduction to be friendliness side of end the fact that people are kind of want to pull other people there discovering the whole twitter community. Yeah people like elephant anders. Yeah she found out. It's really early on. And how do people know who your garlan space was. Really nice as well. She's sorry was just kind of conversations and things and it was just it was really really nice. Really lovely to have kind of piz and getting it received and then suddenly realizing wait now. We gotta do upset teeth. Yeah yeah we would do of recording extra bits and bobs in the in the weeks in between let filling in gaps. I ended up playing like twenty characters in the first series just with one line hair line. They're just going like they suddenly mentioned like five minutes into the scene that they're in a space board. There's been no mention of it so just like welcome to the space the beginning just.

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"It doesn't think we would just missing stuff and it was like. I must join beth absolutely mad because always the like a critic. I'm the person who asked all the questions like. Why is this happening because of this be haven't said that. Be like shut up what they doing. Oh the fixing like a projector. Okay where are they. Are there on this like popcorn. That's one of my favorite episodes but they just launched into it and it was like who just kind of they just landed on the planet and they're in the middle of this conversation. I feel that we could do with a bit of like a bit of explanation as to where they are like to set the scene. Yeah so that's when the ultimate commission briefs came in interest voice was kind of unconnected to the cost because we're playing around ages and ages ago. We're playing around with a plugin. Could little boy. And we noticed the i turn into miranda hart who is a british comedian. It's just. It was very bizarre to hear that. Because i really really sounded like like my mannerisms when pitched down of very very much the same and that kind of that kicked off the whole playing with my voice in plug in the very very first audio draft of space junk me invested all of the voices. And it's it's awful it know that has because we've never shown it to actually told me it's in a vault somewhere you have it exists. I think i found shame key has a becky has has i think because know. I think we send its becky. He plays Rebekah evans he plays samantha at just because we wanted to to have an idea of how the show would like pay out of him. Oh she she's brilliant. She's such she brings so much to the character is really really good. I'm so glad we have her is. Yeah so what. Was it like when you release a and i know you've we'll talk more about that but you've added characters in the edit process. I've talked. I've talked about that. But what was it like when you released like you've got this thing. I mean how much first of all ask as the geek that i am. How much of it you have done in the can when you started releasing and that's what was that. What was the response. We'd recorded the bass dialogue of the whole series so the first season with us another thing we had to realize is the english people are the only people say series episodes one day and then series two is one in series three right to it. So yeah when we said like series finale after the first episodes every everyone thought it was over at this show is over. Okay so we're supposed to season okay. Season say that. So you had it dialogue a dialogue. But you hadn't really how each series he season has gone is. We had the base dialogue for the hosts season and then the edits were kind of a week to week so we had episode one. Oh we actually had episode one ready almost six months beforehand because we actually have spun the show during some stage show with front who plays marlin wealth maryland..

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"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

We Fix Space Junk

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"bt" Discussed on We Fix Space Junk

"I when i first met best. She was writing for short play night in london and there was one where it was like. She did every quarter whenever the show was on and she got an email saying hi yet. I'm just so you know like the deadline was meant to be today. A hunger your script. Your eyes seemed you're writing wanted. Do you want to be in. And she'd be like oh. Yeah yeah. I've got one and she wrote it there on the train and send it would be like one of the biggest loss of the night but once she's got an idea and our head getting the idea going takes a while but then getting it onto paper just like boom. Yeah but then it changes it changes and morphs and yeah. Oh yeah yeah. That's what i've seen a lot of a lot of writing stages and sometimes i do get writer's block. I'm not one of those people who can sit down. I am in the morning and then up five have written ten thousand words. I sometimes can't write anything for a really long time. And then sometimes i'm like pow his a series and you get up at eight. Am to no. i have. I have friends who do and i am a mixture of astounded and horrified by them. The also actually we did compare all working patents to the substance victoria city which is another really really good. Po cost amazing. And they are polar opposites to how we right they do get up. I am and work. Well no sorry. They will have worked for at least an hour by eight. Am and will work kind of solidly through the day. They'll have reuters meetings. Everything will be very organized and at the end like they create victoria state and i. I couldn't create victorious. Not in the same way that they couldn't create space junk. Just because it's it's from a different set of brain. I think when we recorded with them for one episode i think it was bites and they play and some of the local towns and we wrote a new. We can't we were there. We rounded mezin oxford. And we'll great and we. Mike we're record you and we realize there's two of them in only one character to play so we just wrote a new character just put put another character in the wall in the records. They were so horrified. You done this because actually of course autumnal con originally was never in the show. That's how i was gonna to ask. I want to know who came up with tom. Nikon so amazed. What a great name for a horrible evil entity. Oh yeah i mean it was kind of i. I came up with nicole. And i think the brief for the name was semi generic and evil and headley came up with all of the amazing sound elements to it but yet in the first draft at the show is in the first audio draft. We had autumnal comas mentioned. But that was no in terms of kilowatts rolltop nikon. Do you never heard automatons voice briefs. You didn't hit the definitely wasn't the right to review subscribe music so it was more just like it was like a character details. Oh they work for x. wasn't so integral to the show. Yeah and then we interesting. Yeah and then. I think it was actually in the editor. Yeah because we do quite a lot of our first of its kind of major changes happen record when we're recording things we go like. This doesn't work all this needs more explanation. And then when it comes to the edit we do again ma like does this upset work and sometimes sometimes it doesn't sometimes..

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"bt" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bt" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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