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Man, 25, charged with attempted murder in dragging of Chicago officer
"Man now faces attempted murder charges after prosecutors say he dragged a Chicago police officer on the south side with his car following a traffic stop. Police say 25 year old Aaron Oak, Lola Toca Loa. Charged with one felony count of attempted murder, one misdemeanor count of fleeing police and one misdemeanor count of driving on a suspended license. Officers were conducting a traffic stop in the 9500 block of South Lafayette just before eight o'clock Monday night when a white Chevy Impala took off dragging that officer Police say right now that that officer hit a fixed object and it's still recovering at a hospital.
Police Officer Injured After Being Dragged by Car on Chicago's Far South Side
"In custody. Ah Chicago police officers in serious condition after being dragged by vehicle on the south side Monday night, police responded to 95th and the red Line on the report of an officer down just after 7:30 P.m.. Moments earlier, officers were conducting a traffic stop in the 9500 block of South Lafayette when a white Chevy Impala took off dragging in officer. Police say the officer then hit a fixed object. The officer was transported to Christ and two
Chicago police officer dragged by vehicle on South Side after traffic stop
"Chicago police officers hospitalized tonight in serious condition after a traffic stop on the city's south side, investigators say the driver of a Chevy Impala who'd been pulled over by the officers tried to flee hit. Both officers dragged one of them. And crashed into a pole. It happened here, the C T. A Red line station and 95th and the Dan Ryan, the most seriously injured officers partner started to drive the officer to an emergency room. An ambulance crew met them halfway and took over transport. The other officers in good condition. Two suspects were taken into custody.
"impala" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Thing I've on the two times have been drawn up driven down South I've had Caribou on the whole time Nice. Cool? Wicked Joe Nice to talk to you Kevin Yeah you so. Dan Snaith Aka Caribou Kevin Parker Aka Tame Impala. Thank you so much for joining us here on the talk house podcast. I WanNa take a quick moment to give a huge shout out to the TAME IMPALA SUB Reddit. You guys grabbed a screen shot of my instagram and were so enthusiastic about this talk coming down the pipe blind came and thanks again for sending me that it was so nice to get to chat with a few you guys. Online can never keep anything away from the fans. Hey, man I love it listeners. If you enjoyed this week's show, we highly recommend checking out past episodes like the Pitchfork Fest doubleheader with Fleet Foxes Robin. Peck. Mold with Milford Jagna and Blood Orange Rafael Sadique, and be sure to get the latest of Talk House on facebook twitter and instagram. That's at Talk House. You can also follow me and throw my teasers into your separate I'm at Elliot Einhorn. Are Researcher for today's show is re Sagan's and our producer extraordinaire is Mark Yoshizumi Everyone you heard on stays episode recorded themselves at home. The TACOS podcast theme song was composed and performed by the range till next week I'm Eliane Horn I'm Keenan Kush. And Tame Caribou..
"impala" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Fucking love Caribou I also love this conversation Keenan they get into a lot here. One of the things that really jumped out as you and I were on this call some wonderful gear talk. Oh. Yes. One thing that I just love to hear is that these guys are not super elitist about gear. You know a favorite piece of student gears, kind of like your favorite football team and I think. I love and I also love that we get a little peek into how we get that sweet sweet tame impala sound. We also hear about their.
Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know
"He, James. Alexa Hay. Day yesterday yes. A Big Day relaunched podcast. Amazon music. who were who indeed where did you launch? We launched podcasts in the US the UK Germany and Japan all the countries in the world. Alexa, how many countries are there in the world according to Wikipedia? There are one hundred and ninety five countries in the world and how many countries have you launched podcasts in all four of them We make a good point I suppose yes. Well, anyway, no show notes at our newsletter. We have all you need to know about podcasts in Amazon music. Audie a significant new podcast studio launches in the UK The companies founded by global media executives and commissions made by journalists, directors, and producers. It's partnered with DAX for ad sales looks big. NPR is now. Schools Smart adds attribution joining over eleven thousand podcasts doing. So the technology helps advertisers understand how well that podcast answer doing. audio. Now, a PODCAST APP has launched in France. The free podcast APP will focus on local podcast content aiming to share data with podcasters. It's owned by prisoner media and M six RT L. They reached ninety six percent of the French population. Each month and eleven publishers have joined launch audio nares already leading podcast in Germany. With six million monthly users it's seen by some as an answer to American platforms. Diese I'd say selector feature which allows you to switch the editorial content of your APP to the country of your choosing maybe or break but you live in Australia you can get highlights of the latest music and podcasts from whatever country he wants. podcast movement virtual has announced a third round of speakers and speech text is a new podcast transcription service based in France. It has a free trial and a pay as you go pricing plan instead of a monthly subscription. Thank you to Amazon music who become our latest gold supporter? They've helped us get our email look Nice on outlook twenty sixteen for which we pay to hire a machine. Tam Amazon clearly how it works anyway, you can support us to at pod. News. Dot Net slash support. And Impalas News CNN and iheartradio have reached election one it's a new co-produced podcast that demystify mystifies the American Political System Good luck with that. Anyway it's hosted by CNN correspondent, Kristen Holmes distributed by the IHEART podcast network and hosted on megaphone plus month short-form podcast from CNN was launched on Omni Studio. Too. Much. To say with Kaley Shaw launched yesterday I may well have pronounced her name wrong. She is a country singer songwriter and she's launching this new podcast. We've bobby bones is Nashville podcast network
Anchor is hosting pirated podcasts
"Anchor is hosting large number of pirated podcasts from other publishes. Today thirty percent of all the pod track talk twenty podcasts currently being pirated on anchor according to our searches the new podcast from the New York Times and cereal. Nice. White parents has a further five pirated copies hosted on anchor using the original artwork. None of those plays will be credited back to the original owner and ads will not earn the publishers revenue. You'll find more details in our show notes and newsletter today. PODCAST host Lipson has published some positive news if Larry Fantasy chief operating officer. We continue to report growing revenue numbers and profitable results in the second quarter during a period that was certainly very different than expected. The company posted good news total podcasting revenue up by ten point six percents in the second quarter. Laura Simms has been promoted to see. Oh and the company. Now how seventy four thousand PODCASTS podcast those transistors launched an API for developers. Captivate has addy Ghana as a destination. They claim it's India's number one audio platform and link with Paul Corn in their new resources sanction I'm on their advisory board. Booth Eight podcast studio based in Adelaide in South Australia has moved to larger premises and filmed the building process of their new studios willing to that from our show notes newsletter today, and also a link to house spotify revolutionized podcast discovery. It's an in depth look spotify is user experience comparing it to apple podcasts. Always have unveiled a set of new features to make podcast. -tising buying better they say including brand safety contextual targeting and add sequencing on awards hosted. The true crime podcast reveal snowball is to leave his day job as content director of Australian radio station triple. J He's to focus among other things on television drama series inspired by the podcast and Impalas News Sir. This is a Wendy's podcast. It's a new podcast from Wendy's US fast food retailer to bit of a weird listen it appears to consist of a sponsor message funded by the same offer read slightly differently. At the late seventies, early eighties, band talking heads. This must be talking heads is an album by album exploration on their work hosted by Rodney Gordon and. Fan of the seventies, early eighties, bands, talking heads, you talking talking heads to my talking heads is an album by album exploration of that work hosted by Comedians Adam Scott, and Scott or common, and
Wonder Media Network signs with WME
"Welcome to the New York Times Company Second Quarter Two thousand twenty earnings conference call. On the call today, we have married. It's cope it Levian executive vice president and chief. Operating Officer last. We acquired cereal production. We've also entered into an ongoing. Strategic Alliance with American light among other things will tell the American life podcast advertising. Next year New York Times CEO in waiting meredith cockpit. Hitlerian with the news of the company is to sell ads within this American lives podcast from next year. She also said that the daily has an average of three and a half million daily listeners few more than this podcast. The female founded and led podcast network. Wonder Media Network has signed with talent agency, w. m. e. to help the network expanded into books and television w emmy already represent pyrex rusty quill crooked media and Malcolm glad well answer Elton John. Lipton's CEO Chris Spencer has resigned. It worked at Lipson for fifteen years and we'll stay on as a senior advisor to the company. Last year bonus payments to spend. So was cited as one reason for a revolt by minority shareholders the settlements last October installed a number of new board members who's been publicly critical of the company and none of those are quoted in lip since release. Google. Play Music's podcast portal will no longer accepts new podcasts quote in the next few weeks according to an email from the company they'll be removing it entirely later in the year, you should be using Google podcasts manager instead the podcast academy holding August social a weak today via zoom, of course, meanwhile, new research into share of audio listening in Australia will be unveiled on August twenty sixth you'll find links. To both of those Paul's dot events and expanding yet further specify a hiring for a head of audio books. Is there anything that company won't touch a thank you to the podcast engineer for becoming our latest supporter based in Atlanta in Georgia the podcast engineer does podcast editing mixing and production so you can treat your listeners to quality audio you should be like them at hot news dot net slash support. And Impalas News Memory Lane with Kerry God limo interviews, different guest every week like Romesh Ranga Nathan Jo brand and. A Kosta talking about their five favorite photographs one. If you use the entail APP, you get to see the photographs as well. Also interactive with the tail APP is making the cuts with Davina McCall Michael Douglas. Not. That Michael Douglas presumably it's a podcast like trip advisor feel life apparently and just a little prick podcast with Pete Wiggs, it's all about two twos obviously and scientists using world of warcraft to learn how to fight covid nineteen that's according to wild wild tech which launched. Yes. Today these are the stories about your favorite tech companies that are seldom told they
SiriusXM: Simplecasts price; Pandoras decline
"Sirius, XM's financial report for quarter to twenty twenty has been released. The company owns stitcher simple cast Pandora ads with the acquisition price for simple cast unreported at the time was twenty, eight, million dollars Pandora which Sirius. Xm owns now has fifty nine point six million monthly active users that figure dropped by one point three, million in the last quarter. Poor casting is finally big business as an article for Jovana which focuses on an overview of recent deals. You'll find it linked in our show notes and newsletter today talking about show notes spotify now supports html formatting for show notes as to use the description field rather than content and coded. Lasts in American podcast report is out from Triton digital covering the four weeks ending July the fifth the top ten podcasts have seen a slump in downloads down by over ten percent the highest new entry number eleven a financial podcast from radio's Grupo Globo. has made a fancy short pass. You can type podcast dot new into a browser straight into the episode builder. It's part of Google's ownership of the new to Maine and elision claims to be the world's first podcast APP that's focused on learning and issued a statement with podcasts enriched with rich audio visuals, which the company claims his quote, a unique listening format, which enriches the audio content with text photos and links, which is a bit like. Others. And Impalas News Nice, white parents, launched yesterday. It's the first from cereal productions, a New York Times company. It's a new limited podcast series about building a better school system and what often gets in the way wight parents,
"impala" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"The whole album is is is very good, but if I had to pick one I would pick the second strike desire, be desire go. What about you've Lana? tough one, but I think. Bowl darrow time I. really enjoy that one even though I. think that when I revisit this record that might change because I like some other stuff to your Jeremy. Storm was a good track the first track. It's not meant to be the opening track. Excellent stuff immediately takes you back. To this Beatles sound from the famous Beatles period when they released what many people consider arguably their best material sergeant pepper's. Lonely Hearts, club, band and magical mystery tour, so if you like those records, you might find a lot to like here. But be prepared for more modern update it. Sound Yes we always appreciate what bands have that ability to change their sonic to experiment and we'll. We will definitely see it at with the rest of the. We're GONNA to talk about today. when it comes to reading. inner speaker is a well-deserved eight point five for me, and no doubt about it I will definitely go back to Salvador. Beckstrom Lana My rating would be seven point five so really good record. It does have a potential to grow on me, but right now my feeling is that it deserves seven point five. Which means that I recommend it. I think it's. It's a record that. You might want to check out especially if you like. The sound that we just described for you. The this kind of neo sixties Psychedelia if that's your cup of tea. And if you like band that are really invested in creating sonic landscapes, so to say, you may want to check out this record. All right so moving on now to the record called currency. We're skipping loaner ISM. And were jumping straits occurrence released in two thousand fifteen. A different approach different sound as you said lot. It was big in the year when it was released. It features they're. Super Big Song we all know and I think that's my first name. Policy Song ever the Leszno. The less they know, the better so might Were you around in certain venues or clubs when this album was all the rage. quite possibly. To be honest and can't recall hearing it specifically. Would I. Think is okay here. They really changed the sound. So this is not. This kind of neo sixty stuff anymore. Sure you can hear elements of that, too. But here the sound more like the stuff that you hear if you go. To An indie disco, so to say this kind of. Very. GROOVY MUSIC? Dance music in a way drenched melancholy. With these echo eve vocals. Lot of bands that kind of sound like this I think especially, I remember a few years back well, not few years back. It was more like ten years ago I went to Sweden and I went to a club in Stockholm. Was An indie rock club and indie pop in Iraq loud, which was a really cool place. You know like typical hipster place they had. Some kind of old film. Projected on the wall and there's there was a lot of music that that time was very much unknown to me. And a lot of it was very pleasant to listen to. Especially in that setting at night, there was this kind of melancholy to it. This. Yeah this type of very soothing pleasant vocals. And I really enjoyed that, and this is what current remind me off the most now that can be both a good thing and a bad thing, and I'll explain this. First of all when this record starts..
"impala" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"That name sounds really familiar. He was in no country for old men. He was the assassin. That's why that name sounds familiar. I, think that guy looks like him. Yeah like would it like paid to him like that of looks really familiar. Now's the. Doctor did seem familiar, but I couldn't place sort of Scott though. Yeah, he did. He looked a little jacked up though he would like. He hasn't slept in days. Talk about a tortured soul, yeah! So we open up with. scuttled Scotty boy. And Dr Wax Irs Office talking about his psychic abilities. But his are basically like he has to touch something. Yeah. Whereas everyone else Kinda just. Sees. The future can control other people's minds, or that's right. He wasn't he like Like electric a cat or something yeah. And then the poor guy walks to his car. And gets stabbed. But we never see the actual killer now. In that whenever the he whenever he was stabbed in the. Didn't move up. In their, he basically got gut it essentially. It reminded me a scream when people who yeah. That was very scream, ask. Even Loyd was shot like overhead by the subway. Trains and we see like the dark figure looming in the background YEP. And Scott turns around anybody and they turned around and the other shadow in the window. And then it gets stabbed chest. And that obviously because we're. Dramatic we have to have blood coming out of the mouth to. Those like the thickest like chocolate syrup lead. That was, that was just straight corn syrup. Corn Syrup. Kinda sat out without the LID on it. Yeah, like coagulated yeah. My note says Shit. That kid is killed because he talked. SNITCH get stitches. Yeah, just out works yellow is like the fuck dude. He's been about Roy gave him kill emphatically. Smith, Ya? However you want to say Did you see on twitter the other day that Vasko from supernatural or supra virgin posted his notes like how he takes us notes. In there like how I think you take your nose to save it. They're like power notes. Look like reactions, and it's like what the hell is going on, and you'd think my mind as I'm taking these notes I'm like all definitely know what's going on in the episode based on like Oh. Shit, son, Yeah. Exactly! What was my last week? It's just Oh, wow, w. t. f.. No Sam. Awkward would present even me no now. I go up. It'd be like Durham. Bring in the heat like I. Don't what? Am Son. You got some interesting news. so then we cut after the to like the gorgeous scene by the lake. Where we last left Amandine which again is the most picturesque spot? For them to share a couple of beers and watch the sunset I don't know that seem like such a date spot. That I thought it was Kinda Weird. Is Sam even old enough to drink I mean. Yeah because they were in a bar for finals week. Yeah, I mean he is like what twenty two or whatever twenty two twenty three, though it's like. He does whenever he's talking to Dean like Dad Dean says what Dad. told him and it seems like angry knows wrinkle. has like. Really small his nose wrinkles up like. Know Dean Stop for beer this sitting in the impala? Or the PAL alike Mary poppins bank. Want it, and it's right there deans like I need a couple of cold ones. Polls reaches behind the back seat was go here you go? I know they carry that cooler around, but feel like you never see it. It's like they're close. You never see like suitcases, so who knows? And at the same time like obviously, you never know when you're gonNA. Need a fresh heart to some deem create a force field, so it's true. Maybe. There is Mary poppins bag somewhere. Baby. Maybe it's the trunk and we just don't know. It just looks like a small armory. Their stuff beyond that she who think like there's the false bottom, and then there's like a false bottom. Yeah, just makes me think of. Guardians of the galaxy. Pulpits pitch. Where'd you get that beer? Mary Bitch just take it. Bitch jerk makes a comeback in this episode. Finally. We haven't heard the enduring nicknames. They gave each other. while. I felt so bad, because obviously you can tell when Dean's telling us to stay on that. He didn't WANNA. Say it. At the same time if he didn't say at their, why did he tell him because he knew how Sam would react so part of me is like dean. Want him to do this small part of him. I think that he needed to get off his chest. It was eating away at him and I'd I think he has so much other stuff that eats at him daily that this was just like. He think he needed to get that off. He didn't want to keep internalized that his father told him that he'd eventually have to kill his younger brother. Why me? He did kind of do it for a couple days right true so. And then I felt back like this. You know what let's. We should just lay low. You know we'll. We won't go hunting for a while. We'll just keep a real cool calm collected. Who Go to Amsterdam. He's like they have coffee shops that don't sell coffee. Team. so then obviously, he waits 'til deans. room and sneaks out and steals the car next to the impala. I thought for a second. He was straight up. Celia Pella at that's where I thought he was doing whenever he started breaking the. Unlock it. was like a dodge spirit or something? One of those nineties early nineties cars. Himself to abandoned house at five, six, three, seven Monroe Street which is like the shadiest and most rundown of abandoned houses it's. Shitty Houses next to it I know there was like no street lights. House at the end of the road. Where was this episode? Did we say that? No, you did mention where it's at. Lafayette Indiana. Okay, that's where we are and Sam sneaks in and boom. He explodes. Hold it his leftist shoe, his one, should it oh, my God. Is this a precursor? Is that where shadows that the Easter? Egg This episode for Future Episode I think so Oh my God putting it all together. That's why you need to go back ARY Watch this. I lost a shoe. Lost my shoe. I. That was the one thing I made vine where the guy was dating at the time, who was also like six foot three and we were watching supernatural for the second time for me first time for him together, so we nicknamed I, nicknamed him, Moose pay and his hair progressively got longer to. Only. Him Pretty much so we made a vine to that where I was dean, and he was Sam attack. Somewhere. That's awesome. so then obviously it cuts to girl waking up from a nightmare with some guy next to her. And we get to see Ellen, again Hi Ellen. and. Do you notice how dark Ellen's is our jess? Very dark I was kind of like Ledeen either for a second. Oh, and then.
Tons of food delivered to families on Pine Ridge as part of COVID-19 relief efforts
"This is national. Native News Antonio Gonzales, running strong for American, Indian Youth has delivered twenty two tons of food to families on the Pine Ridge Reservation in south, Dakota as part of Covid nineteen relief efforts boxes with fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains have been delivered across the reservation field coordinator Dave Lone elk says accessing food during the pandemic has been of concern with stay at home, orders and recent lockdowns of the reservation. To some of the local grocery stores within hours distances. Are you know it's far between when we're having a hard time getting there to get the groceries, and so we're left with the few grocery stores that are on the reservation which tend to be. Around four grocery stores, but when you're dealing with the. reservation full people right around ten thousand you know. RUN, out of out of stock, running strong also distributes clothing has heating and water programs along with providing other seasonal assistants. Reach out, and we help each other. If we have extra, we give that. Toby determine well. How much we get to each other, not how much we approve, and so you've been doing very good in our efforts. Several Cova nineteen orders remain in place on the reservation, including stay at home and nightly curfews as of Tuesday. There were twenty-six positive cove nineteen cases on the Pine Ridge reservation according to the Oglala Sioux tribes. Cove Response Task Force. The Rosebud Sioux tribe wants to create the largest native American owned managed Bison Herd in North America Seth Tupper was South Dakota public broadcasting has more with Zepa. Has a big vision for Bison. On the Rosebud reservation. He wants to build a herd of fifteen hundred animals and processing facility to provide food and economic development for tribal members. He says now is the perfect time for the project. The COVID nineteen outbreaks at packing plants and meet shortages and stores have consumers looking for different ways to get their food we we've always felt that our work was around. It will self sufficiency and. You know empowering families and doing good by people, and in the world in the environment, and we've always felt that work was important but I. Think what has happened with the coronavirus pandemic is that the world has told us that that our work is not only important, but that it is urgent little elk is CEO of the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation with help from the World Wildlife Fund. Fund, the corporation plans to convert cattle pastures on the reservation to a bison range of forty square miles. The Development Corporation will get excess bison from the Interior Department which manages a number of herds including those in national parks. Little Oak says the grass-fed Bison will be killed and slaughtered humanely. Basically what that Games is treating Buffalo Buffalo in not treating them like cattle. I, they'll replace cattle. Cattle fences with bigger sturdier fences for Bison. The first animals are scheduled for delivery. This fall and a feasibility study for processing plant will begin soon for national native news I'm Seth Tupper in rapid city South Dakota some native candidates running for Congress. When Tuesday's primary election unofficial results show, the Shoshoni tribes congratulated tribal members. Rudy Soto Impala Jordan on social media Tuesday night after Idaho's election Jordan. Jordan seeking to serve in the US Senate and so two in the house. Both are Democrats in New Mexico Congresswoman deb Haaland Laguna. Pueblo did not have a Democratic challenger in the primary. She'll seek another term Yvette. Herald Cherokee nation won the Republican nomination for us. House seat to other native candidates in New Mexico who ran for Congress lost Republicans Lisa Martinez and Gavin Clarkson I'm Antonia
Macau gambling king Stanley Ho dies aged 98
"The man nicknamed the king of gambling Stanley ho has died at the age of ninety eight Hong Kong born businessman investor and philanthropist run a casino impala in Macau for decades having won a government monopoly from the then Portuguese colony the end Kleve has now become the world's gambling capital Stanley who love dancing and one of his instructors became his fourth and final
"impala" Discussed on Broken Record
"Is that what what's presented is is the best Possibly be and it's not a collection of things in that one. What makes this song the best? It could possibly be anything that doesn't mean to be there. Needs to go and I would say just the opposite in terms of I never feel bad about taking out but then again you know from the beginning. It's always been by Might instinct is to have the least amount of stuff to get the idea across. Who believes mount stuff doesn't mean that that's A. I'll say that that's an organizing principle for the way I work within sometimes will decide. Oh let's put a bunch of stuff are missing. That's the way we like it. It's fine it's not a rule to live by but it's a it's a way of thinking and the reason for it which is when you clear as much space as possible. The things that are left you really hear them. You really feel their personality. There's less There's less jockeying for for your attention. To- each thing it's live in its own space. And that's space is. What makes things sound so beautiful? It's the it's really you know the old adage the quiet between the notes. Yeah exactly. That's that's truly remarkable. Because for me it's like it would be torture to do something like that. You know like the idea for me because I'm listening. Oh Fuck Ya. It's the place my brain goes to his leg. How can the song the best that it can be without your favorite bit in the song? The favorite bid might end up being a different song. Yeah true current it's like the same like it's It's one of the things that I learned early on. We're working with bands will really players is that most great players want to show that they're players. I'm there is. There isn't much room for that team recording recording it really is what needs to be there to best serve the saw. It's not insertive unless of course you know a guitar hero album and it's really about showing the dexterity of the player not about if it's about the songs it's never about the coolest part it's about how parts interact to make the greatest whole sometimes the thing. That really cool ends up being a distraction. Yeah Yeah it's true. Yeah I mean I guess. That's kind of like the kind of philosophy that I'm like developing in myself at the moment you know because like so much of my music has been this kind of like layered Psych Rock GonNa symphonies with learners and was kind of the pinnacle of that were because it was so indulgent it was like this. Cincinnati. I'M GONNA tell on. This baseline is going to come in here and it was packed in peds packed in. So it's like a really sonically. It's really interesting Listen because nothing really jumps out at. You accept always bits which is similar vein isley. What's wrong with but also what's kind of like charming and beautiful about but You know like the that kind of discipline that you're talking about is something that I'm that that I that I see is is One of the greatest wisdom's to have you know being able to sense. What what what. What a piece of music needs and what doesn't knits. Lb Idea that maybe for particular project you want it to be super-dense and yet not being on itself a master. That's that's what makes that project that project. That's fine it's not. It's not like a everything has to be that way. It's more of a nightmare on. It's in the bag of tricks in the baggage right. Gotcha Yeah Yeah Fish. Oh I guess I just feel like yeah that that. That's kind of like a because it's a new and wonderful thing for me. It's kind of. It's one of those things I'm curious about. You know the next time met with both of 'em saint place and are in the world is a world where we're allowed to be same room then let's Let's get together and listen to music together. Now that'll be fuck fuck. Yeah Man. That sound good. I love that. Thanks to Kevin Parker for jumping on zoom to talk with Rick about his new out. Check out the slow rush along with our other. Favorite Tame Impala songs on their playlist. We created a broken record. Podcast DOT COM. You should also know. We'll be taking a little break over the next two weeks. But we'll be back may nineteenth new episodes in the meantime stay in touch with us on. Instagram. At the broken record pod shoot us a message. If there's an interview really want to hear us do and dive into old episodes of the podcast. You might have missed on whatever PODCAST APP you use for on our Youtube Channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record. Podcast broken record is produced help from Jason Gabrielle. Me Labelle plea arose in Martinez Olives. For Pushkin. Industries team is expect any beats Justin Richmond..
"impala" Discussed on Broken Record
"Come together in that in that way where it feels like if the perfect version but it's also got mistakes in it. It's not natural. It's just it. Sounds like a band on a really good bike. Machines playing it. It sounds like the best night they played that on your this was we happened to catch the best one so two things over and over with that idea and someone have been very quickly someone take a long time and then and then all of the overdose would happen after that and make decisions of things to try and we usually record many many many more cells than whatever was on the out pretty much always the case. Wow I would save for every album. We made there were at least twice as many songs as songs that Romney out and what what happened to them. Evidence based on some have some heaven. Wow that's glass crazy for me. That's that's such a wild thing because for me like I just make the songs that I need for now. Like a song will not get past where he won't get past anywhere close to half way finished unless. I know it's going to be on the album so I I rarely ever have base odds of any kind so the idea of to think of like a completely a complete other like parallel universe album that never existed. That's funny because it's Sung on California Down I guess I guess that's how most have you noticed. Have you noticed how when you first you excited about it and you think Oh. I you know I worked on these with this. New One is my favorite of the batch so far as you work further it may be doesn't become your favorite of the batch and then another song that using this is pretty good but maybe not my favorite song that as you continue working on it it becomes your favorite song of you ever have that. Spring Melt. My thing is like first song to make an album. It it has to at some point. Have been my favorite song ever like. I have to have had a moment with that song. Like it has to fertilize today. Asked to have been just like my favorite thing I've ever done. It can never be like just for some reason like I. I want Bother going through the song unless at some point I've thought that it psych potential is limitless. Or it could be the greatest thing I've done my greatest not just greatest like Oh could you know by the way? The most critically acclaimed whatever. But just just the just the greatest you know. I like I guess for me. The thing is like from starting a song and having all these just thinking. It's an having a moment with them. I'm feeling great about. It's kind of just like a rice to the finish line to get the song finished and have may still feel the same way about all just for me to still love it in a you always finish before moving on to the next song. No no I mean like ours ours up until mastering. I'm still rotting off for for a song for like up until a few hours before. It's don of like a year of working on. I'm sort of like rotting lyrics rotting recording lyrics and editing drums. And I do everything at once because I'm my attention span is too short to kind of like my work. I I have horrible work ethic so for me to sit down and do like one task until it's don is extremely rare. Just also have like be recording By Salon for and get sort of like halfway down the Abu something else now because that's the luxury of during myself. I can do it without a derailing. The so I can kind of just like oh now. Now I WANNA thing as the Knicks. Want to do a bit of mixing on drums a do everything at once. Then which which can which can create this sort of like complete mess of and can make me feel can can make you lost in the Progressive Asong. So sometimes I'm like oh I don't know where I am with the Sonnen are. I don't know if it's almost finish or if it's nowhere near that united so I'm kind of just like in lost in this in this in the in the woods known. Do you ever go too far. And have to backtrack yes height. Back a height backtracking but but yes Which is interesting. I was something I wanted to always wanted to Nar. And like maybe maybe not able to say because if it's like a secret but uses 'cause there's the myth that he has a story that he came to you sort of a couple of weeks before it was done and you kind of went like let's get rid of that go into that and like strip down which to me like that story is like. Is this holy grail of discipline like executive discipline to say like we need any of this. You know because for me. That's it's it's it's. It's extremely hot if I recorded a song. It's extremely difficult for me to say he doesn't need to be in the song. 'cause like my Brian like on. This isn't the place for you know it's a my songs can end up being so extremely dense and I'm sort of finding a way to sort of like sitting there in that but to me like the greatest strength and the greatest ability in production is to say all of this stuff. Here doesn't doesn't need to be you know so i. I really don't know how that happened. Will be ruthless in the ED.
"impala" Discussed on Broken Record
"Record out my voice memo but someone will be next. I'll be talking to someone and then we'll get into a car with the car radio applying and it'll absolutely what it'll what whatever. I'm thinking you know gotta catch fast absolutely and easily forgotten too and I always feel bad about going. I was feeling kind of ego about a guy mainly that go back going like hey guys just shut up. Shut up plays. I've got an idea you know like I. I could never do that in a room. Full of pay or with with anyone on with. Here's a suggestion. Go to the bathroom. Hey where there's music playing in a in bathroom sometimes by by not you know Neil Young has ruled that Regardless of what is going on in the moment where he is what he's doing if a thong comes to him everything stops. Yeah Mala and he gets that idea down before that goes away because he knows it's fleeting and we don't have all of them coming like you said. Sometimes we'll get you might get a bunch and a couple of days but then you might go months without getting another one so they really are valuable and they're also valuable because they're all different and you never know which one is the great one you know. Maybe one of the best ones evaporated. Yeah I family belay. I genuinely believe that I could have songs. That are my best song or whatever you know. There's definitely things that have disappeared that that would've been great but that's just life okay. Well I'M GONNA give you permission to always either ask people to be quiet or to or to invite you to leave where you are to go. Capture these ideas. Because you're doing doing a service to the world. Why that's that's actually really powerful to hear from me a ribbon. Can I get a little sound bought from you saying hey everyone can you get the fuck out Kevin? He's good just plan to the light July. Hey I will make one for you and send it amazing diving magazine just like hey guys regrouping when we come back. We'll have more with Kevin Parker. Small businesses are grappling with the impact of these uncertain times and looking for resources. That's why does technologies assembled an all star lineup of podcasters to create the first ever virtual conference to share advice and inspiration for small businesses. Here from Pushkin Industry's own Jacob. Weisberg Malcolm Gladwin Michael Lewis. Dull technologies advisors are also here to help you navigate remote. Working Essentials dealt technologies recommends windows ten pro for business tuna now by searching dull technologies. Small Business POD FERENCE ON RADIO DOT COM spotify or apple. Podcasts starting may first back with Rick and Kevin Parker from Tame Impala. Do you listen to music for law? I Don and I and I want to more. I have less and less since I started making music since music became the thing that I do. I've been more and more preoccupied with making it so I haven't given myself Tom. Listen to it like it's extremely difficult. Fa May to justify putting on an album to listen to over potentially thinking of a song because for me like if I put on an album. That's an hour that I wouldn't have an idea you know. I'm that obsessed with coming up with new. I was like finding a new law a making a new song because making a new song makes me feel like nothing else in the world. There's no other feeling in the world that I get from the feeling of starting a new song that I think has great potential sadly more so than than listening to something that that is equally. That is great. You know but but I do want to. I do want to force myself to listen to more music. I had taught of the Creator and his nod wiring today. He said like he wakes up every morning. Listens to two hours of music before. That's amazing I WANNA do that. You know just like you ever started a song with another song in mind Like someone already exhibit some sort of just like a song. A song from the sixties anything. Wow this is my inspiration. What would I do that? It would be a mistake not not suggesting copying it but I'm saying being invited by to WanNa make something that makes you feel like that seals not that I know of but something that do sometimes kind of subconsciously. There might be a song playing in the background. Like you know in a like on the radio or something and then like delegates switched off and then. I'll think of something that goes on from there like I'll have the rhythm and maybe the key in my mind subconsciously. Start seeing that goes on from that as though as though the song kept going with it changed. There's an example of that which I don't know I feel like I'm GonNa get busted while you know fuck it. It was It was two thousand twelve. Now there's a song well. My Song feels that we're going to go backwards. A. Must've been listening to the UAE. I've traced it back. I think I was listening to this song by beach. House earlier that morning it's cold walk in the park. I think. And it's funny because it's the same tempo in the same key and possibly even similar codes but it was at the time it was. It was too much of a coincidence and I'm pretty sure it was around that time. That song came out so. I'm pretty sure that I'd done that with that song. Kind of like that solid stopped and then I'd kind of just like my brandon continued on same tempo and key maybe even light. It's probably even like a little motif in there. That's the same kind of Combo two or three nuts. Yom and so. That's something happens. I don't think there's anything I think all great artists are heavily inspired by artists in its own good. Yeah what's funny? Is that when I say that now? It doesn't seem that bad but but I think back then I used to be so precious about like the sacred melodies sacredness of of artistry being being Holy Holy as like w edged the inspired and not influenced by anything so like back then I would have thought that was terrible but now now that I said out loud it's kind of this is one of the ways that let great song can come out and then especially when I discovered on appreciated hip hop more like sampling. And stuff like that so you know that's that's another whole realm of taking these interests. I think creative use of a sample to create serving new is. It's just a new form. It's like it's creativity beautiful way to express yourself. Let some things for a new US like. It's really cool. Yeah it's also a completely Other category of skill. That can be Mazda that I didn't realize early on when I start making SAC- rock install not that I have used of sampled myself but like I used to think like someone's done that already. Like hacking take credit for that but finding that in itself and realizing how can be reimagined Ray? Presented is extremely difficult especially when there's an ABS. There's a universe of music at like finding the right thing to use and how to ease something that I that I admire extremely now. Let's it can happen. Even I mean even with cover. Sol's AH different. Artists could take the same song that someone else bid and just through their interpretation of it completely change. The meaning of the song is so much that can happen in the personalization processes music fully fully. Like that That Mad World Sung United. It's a it's not really somber song. Yes and it's like. How could this song of ever Other than this yes. The the cover version is spectacular. Yeah and if you listen back to original it's cool but the cover is it. Yeah exactly rate example the first BG's hit was the phone if they wrote for Otis redding do you know the story not not how one another love somebody k. Live so mad they were at for. Reading Amend Otis Redding died and never got to record it and they recorded themselves and put it out when you hear that song. You don't think about as ready you think of the BJ's it's like a classic example of a song in their mind that was for someone else. Yeah Yeah I like hearing stories that is kind of comforting for me to know that there's that kind of uncertainty honest have as well with with where song should end up anything else about well tended to ask you about everything you've done but I don't know that does probably something times. What was what was recording. California cash unlock. Just because that was one of the album's that like was big from A. That was kind of like my first year of highschool album that I was kind of obsessed with physically the way it worked with Julie Uppers we would. It would write songs on their own for a long period of time that we together in pre production playing the songs in various stages of of community and we would talk about him and discuss key strengths and weaknesses and how they could may be better when you many bars or whether they had maybe not enough parts a and and we would usually by the time of that album. Really workup the songs as a live band in in the rehearsal room so that when we went into the studio it was surely getting the performance like everything was worked out completely just with the players maybe not all of the words yet but I think back then maybe many of the words were already written when they can perform it live and wow amid goal of that really was to to to not confuse the writing process with the performance process. So that when we were in the studio we really knew what we were doing and and Phil we like play the same Song Hundred Times. Yeah get.
"impala" Discussed on Broken Record
"To dedicate to this so I set up a studio in a room in my house. It must be done full room for for once and I would just Mike Hours and hours of I I just I like using sense organs fucking anything you know I was. It was kind of you know that kind of typical moment for a solo modest way where they make their you know their self-indulgence. Oprah's it really was that looking like the Thomas and seemed like the first two albums. The arrangements seemed more complicated. Yeah that's probably true because in the third one I was kind of like influenced by Lada. Aren Bay an electric music so I was kind of embracing the way that music was made more like finding a loop and kind of almost making making a bait like a you know in in like the hip hop sense like instead of just having like a full loop and just sort of making the structure out of that rather than going like okay. We're going to be going this bit for awhile ago. Jam when these codes and then like two a huge drum fill and going to these codes and then let this thing for five and a half house. Do you remember what the music that inspired that? Switch like what would have been the things. You're listening to that. Maybe WanNa make more program based music. I mean like it was always that I was into but just music that I kind of shied away from making because I figured like my world was we'd expansive sock and like if I tried to do. More kaleen focused pop kind of stuff. I assumed it wouldn't work was the where I'd kind of like just went fuck. I'm GONNA try traumatic kind of like disc- O. R. and B. Kind of like really the Bait Select Stupa strong heavy. Would you consider the I two as air in the last Air Nah? I've never thought of it that way. Maybe some people would I guess the third one third one is the one where I was kind of like a new that they would be fans of the first two. That turned the nose up like I was ready for that. Do you know what I mean I was kind of like I decided kind of definitively that that That I wanted to change my sound and I knew that some people wouldn't like it. You know what I mean that was in my career where I kind of like sucked it up. You know. It's a great thing to do early on. If you made four albums that sounded in the same vein and then the fifth one was different. It would have probably alienated more people early enough in the trajectory where you let the audience know that. Hey we're GONNA go on different rides. I want you to come with me. Bob People more forgiving of the style changes if you prepare them for it. Yeah Yeah if if if change is one of the constance yeah it's like if it's the ramones was a program dance record. Anybody would have been excited about right and also something I realized was that I mean. What's funny is that the first album and the second one I like as well time impala was always kind of perceived as a band and I was Kinda cool with that because I like because it it sounded like Banville will allow you know. It's a it sounds like a bunch of guys jamming. I love this. I love the I love these guys. You know I love the way out but I kind of like it. Kind of it was eating away that it wasn't like the truth And also because also like a wanted I wanted people to know that it was kind of more of a solo recording project because I realized that Solo Artists get away with completely changing their sound a lot more than bands. Do you know like someone like Like back back can just take a complete left. Turn with one album. You know. Let's that's Beck and that's what he does but like with the band kind of like I feel like a few things to happen like everyone in the band. O everyone in the group rather has to decide on together which is more difficult. You know they'll have to be sort of moving in the same direction whereas people you know people especially as time goes by people like drift apart when you decided to give birth to project a name originally as opposed to your name was it. The was it the opposite of what you just said was. The original impression was freaked to seem like a band. Yes absolutely in fact the record label when they signed us even we were didn't it didn't know it was made it was playing drums and guitars. And Bison Mall checking like they we. I outlawed to them. When we met up the contract that we saw was for three of us. I think Yeah because I just I I I do want to say it was just made for a number of reasons like one. I was kind of shy. I just you know it's really weird because looking back it's kind of like why the fuck unused owner but also like the kind of music thing. I was in was very communal sane unite like we lived to jam and live to like play. Gigs SAR like for the thing. That finally came out of that same to bay. Just one like a solo project thing token wrong like it'd be. It would be like saying that we had going past was kind of like a bunch of us but they weren't that many people but what we made tons of bands out of it you know so like ten people and they'd be like six bands with like different combinations of those people. Just just because you know. I like a lot of fun when we come back. We'll have more with Kevin Parker whether you're working from home or working out you want what you're listening to to be. What your listening to not where your children are partner listened to and the best solve is having your own. Great pair of wireless ear buds. But before you go dropping. Hundreds of dollars on a pair. Need to check out the wireless ear buds from Ray. You already know Ray. Khania bud started about half the price of any other premium. Wireless ear buds on the mark. They sound just as amazing as other top audio brands. 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Geico as redefining play with hands on projects that build confidence creativity critical thinking something for every kid get it hard. Kiko get your first month free on select crates at Kiwi Co dot com slash broken wreck. That's K- I W Y. Co Dot com slash broken record? We're back with Rick and Kevin Parker feels like it was like four or five years between the third album and the new During that for years you didn't you didn't write songs or make any music I did. I absolutely did but I just didn't see it as time impala and it kind of seemed more like a drag to think of a song as time impala because it like every time. I thought of a song if I imagine time empower came loaded like the idea was loaded with all these kind of things that come with it like it just seemed so much more magical and wonders to think of it. As a song I could collaborate with a different like making time. Impala music now and always. It's like it's a deep doc hall that I have to go into and you know like come out like it drains. It drains every bit of me realize that the end of the third album. You know I I always dreamt of making your time. Apollo album or I didn't feel completely spent at the end of it completely. Drinan completely like depressed him and I kind of realized after a while that was inevitable and that was the only way it could be in the course of those for years before he started working on a new album. Did it reveal itself state? It was time or was the decision you made or did one particular track come out with like. Oh this could be the beginning of something. It was a combination of the first to you know what it was. It was more like it was the process of a because I'm falling in love so much with this idea of music being a collaborative thing you know like the energy in a room when your uh working people like you know started working with Dr Scott. Someone that like. The energy in the room is just so electric you know and I was like Hey I can. I can that energy on my own too. I just have to just have to embrace it you know and so then. I started so like the way I started working on..
"impala" Discussed on Broken Record
"In the thirteen years since Kevin Park I posted Tame Impala Musica my space. He's gone from being a member of Perth Australia. Sacred seen two huge Chela headlining act and the states in the process. He developed the best of both worlds. The respect of all your favorite artists and legions of fans sect every lyric and sound on his albums like most of his past releases. Kevin did everything on the newest tame impala album the slow rush himself all the singing plane production mixing everything he tells. Recruitment is how he's most comfortable creating alone but in the five years between his last record and the new one. He was busy collaborating with the weekend. Travis Scott Kanye West scissor and a bunch of other people have talked about wanting to work with to everyone from duly but Christine and the Queens Kevin connected recently with Rick on Zoom. It's been shelter in place back Australia. Ever since. The Corona virus interrupted his tore after two sold out nights at the forum away. You talked with rick about how being perceived as a band started eating away at an early and also asked about making two albums he loves California -CATION in uses this broken liner notes for the digital age. I'm Jason Richmond. Here's Rick Rubin and Kevin Parker and you might hear roosters crow in the background every once in awhile. Unfortunately sheltered in place sometimes means being surrounded by wild chicken. It's what was your introduction to music. What what are your first memories of listening to music? His Kid my dad was Kinda musician by hobby. I loved music loved Planned cover band just playing kind of Sixties Beach Boys Betas Rolling Stones covers and say he would always have the Senate guitars and stuff long on the house and in the end of the garage. I guess of Your Dad's music was the first your first memory of was of him playing music or of the music you listen to. Obviously we listen to it because he would. He would always have music playing in the car. In fact we because this is one song that I that I have this memory of always asking him to play and I remember there was every time I heard it was you know I must have been about four years old dad this song to this day. I don't know what that song is. It's hard break. Dad's still remember a pasta about ten years ago so So yeah I don't think I don't think he would have remembered that new either but it's Yeah. I have a feeling it's the shadows song. By the shadows randomly came across the song in life it would lightbulb. Would go there it is. It would probably trigger some sort of weird episode. You know wherever I wasn't probably just sort of stop breakdown in some way but at the same time. I think it might be a song that I know the moment by the shadows because I have a feeling it was instrumental and I know that it was really like touching and melancholic which which kind of points directly to the shadows and what was your first music. That was yours. Probably GonNa you our like. I would have been about eleven years old. My friend play means Yvonne because we were like the first kids in our class to get into music in like a girl in his house every Tuesday or something like that off to school and we'd like discover rock music. I was kind of it. Was like a piffling. Absolute REVOLUTION OF LA LA. Just like jumping around the room. That you know that that that whole that whole kind of discover that whole story which is probably everyone but Yeah I'm in Nevada and kind of just a a a a cascade of smashing pumpkins Silva anything with distorted guitars. Anything with drop-dead shooting but that was always the kind of part of that music. That was kind of it wasn't just like angsty was a kind of discovered the motion. It like smashing pumpkins next. Smashing Pumpkins has that that real that real kind of sensitivity to even though as like blaring wall of sound. You know what I mean delivery. I started started experimenting with making music. yeah well. My brother played drums. Sahin older brother or younger. Yeah he's two years old Sahan drum kit which I just thought it was incredible. I like says sort of you know. Just watch him and it was kind of. Wow so obviously I immediately wanted to copy him. We had this type Dick in the the music room which was. Kinda just ruined the house. Type Dick the microphone. Input Jones is like kind of like cassette Cassette decks and with some accordance Jack in the corner just has mapra phone and so we plugged a microphone into a and just recorded ourself playing drums just to sit down like and then we had this keyboard sitting in the rooms. Little Cashier GonNa thing and a one day. I was just playing along to myself playing drums with the I didn't even know how to play. Kyaw hitting random not sound like a nursery rhyme probably unnoticed in the room. There was a second cassette deck with the same thing so I stuck a mocking bird mocking. Did that and recorded myself to hitting these cays over the top me playing drums and listened to that type and it was made playing keyboard to my. It was may two things at once. Blew my mind. Lower lead stood have been eleven amazing. Yeah yeah the idea of starting to do it with the ideas of making it for other people to hear start. Well I mean like like every young teenage musician I had like grandiose dreams of being a brock star especially because my favorite band was silica and they were like fifteen sixteen and I was like twelve thirteen by that point. I was like I was like I couldn't like fifteen sixteen. That means I've got like two threes two threes. I can. I can still get to where they're they convey them. You know how young they were because they were such little kids for whatever reason whether it was because you know because that would like young Australian boys or because like they're kind of they would have been the symbol ahead spice in are the kind of like their approach to would have been in the same realm as Mon. How did you decide to end up being a solo artist as opposed to being in a bad? Well I always. I played in bands the whole time in high school like I was obsessed the idea of playing in bands but it also had the making music thing at home since before. I accidentally multi-track myself. That time I was playing in a band it was kind of this. Is Music School that I went to where they teach you. An instrument was drums and then every Saturday morning they get the kids from different instrument tuitions and put them and put them in bands so put me in the in the band so I wasn't abandoned. Eleven which I fucking loved. I could not why I could not why for Saturday morning to come around because it was like you know playing music with other kids was just this. Another mind blowing thing But I also but then so I better that better recording music by myself and the two worlds never really met like even even the Stott of Lifetime. Impala when was sort of like twenty one twenty two? We were playing songs that I'd written for us to play live and they were the ones. I was recording harm. That we even had on Moscow's it took a while for the two worlds to kind of converge if that makes sense because I just didn't know how I didn't know how to translate what I was kind of doing harm expressing on my on because music was like super kind of against against sensitive is the word and kind of nuanced and John Lewis but the music is making bands. That was music was more kind of like what we listen to a group. Like kind of more angsty like heavy kind of stuff at the time that you started making music with the idea of putting it up on my space. What would you say the influences? Where what we listening to By the been who hope to get to play which drags up that was around. The time now is super kind of obsessed sixties music. So I was kind of like the doors Jefferson airplane. I didn't have a lot of kind of like modern day. Audibles Just because of like that was the kind of Lost allies leading unlike as living in a house of the paper. We kinda just. We just permanently listened to seventy Constantly I mean. This is Banco Dongyan that I was super into still am to this diet. That's gives me goosebumps and it's funny because I listen and I can hear my first album all over. You know it's something. I didn't really notice at the time consciously but just like the. Yeah how'd you describe how the second album different from the first It was it was a hundred times more indulgent. Which is what I wanted. You know because I'd had this kind of like surge of confidence that I didn't have a previously prior Baker. Kinda shy stone kind of and I like the way you had a lot of a lot of success. The first album went on tours and all this kind of stuff and so I suddenly realized that. Be Kind of validated. My approach and my kind of like what I wanted to do. So I can say loner. Ism was kind of like Blind that wide open. How did the third album when that came? How is that different Well I mean the second still didn't fully know what I was doing kind of like I got Abelson and instead of just sort of it being the corner of my bedroom in show house that I made it for. The second album is like fuck.
"impala" Discussed on Song Exploder
"To me now. Here's it might be time by TAME IMPALA IN ITS ENTIRETY.
"impala" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"I've never seen an interview even talk about this but I was actually wondering because it's just him that does everything and as we've moved more into like more of a production side of things or even trying to demo things ourselves. I wonder how long he spends on a song. Sounds like spends a long time. But maybe he's just a freak at it yeah. He says about his process that I think he works up until the very end. When somebody says that this is going to mastering and is being released in two weeks and you have to finish the music right. So He's tweeting constantly definitely okay. This has been a lot of fun getting to talk about Your Ozzy Brethren Tame Impala but we really want to get to dive into five seconds of summer. We're going to do that right after the break. I WanNa tell you all about a brand new streaming APP. That's about to become your favorite place to watch. Incredible new context is a premium streaming service designed for your phone and it's loaded with movie. Quality shows broken up into episodes. That are all ten minutes or less. Quimby makes it super easy to watch episodes whenever and wherever you are. And they've got brand new episodes of fresh original shows dropping every single day and we're talking about shows loaded with insane talent like a new season of puck where chance the rapper pulls pranks on his celebrity friends or Elba versus blocked. Where Idris Elba and Ken? Block go head to head. An extreme challenges watch offset explore the limits of automobiles in skirt or see Kristof vaults pushing Liam Hemsworth to the edge in most dangerous game. How about Sophie? Turner braving the unknown in survive. He's got all that plus daily essentials from the BBC Telemundo ease and more all from the comfort of your phone. Enjoy it all from the comfort of your phone. Download the QUBE. That's the Q. U. I. B. I. App Now or could be dot com to start your free ninety day trial. We're all staying safe at home right now and admit it. Watching a ton of mind numbing reruns on television well the drudgery ends now because killing eve is coming back for a third season premiering Sunday April twelfth at nine pm on BBC America and a EMC. So get ready. The season's going to be wild. The third season continues the story of two ferocious unbelievable women with brutal pasts addicted to each other but now trying desperately to live their lives without their drug of choice. Everything seems fine. Until shocking death sets them on a collision course once again the journey back to each other will cost both of them friends family and perhaps a part of their souls tune into killing Eve April twelfth to see what happens next in the deliciously wicked darkly hilarious and widely addictive emmy nominated series. That's Sunday April twelfth at nine pm for the premiere of killing Eve season three on BBC America and AMC. Don't miss it like bringing up. This idea of what fits within a pop format and five seconds of summer are a group that really sort of similarly belie genre. How do you think about the label? Pop is that something you wear comfortably or are unsure about. I remember the first time when I was fifteen and our songs went on itunes. The first Tom Emmer hit we played at Stott shows. That could play. Were with metal bands and really heavy rock bands because that was the only people that were playing shows and the place. We grew up so we ended up doing that. And we're just a live band. At that point so my hand will rock band pump. Or whatever like very like angsty I suppose and then out music went on like jeans or whatever it was labeled POC. I go on that agenda. I'm very young and now ago. How come it says pop on our thing and he goes no may ease English. No mate is just that's just popular. Music means lots people listen to whatever he said and I was like. Oh okay so like the Beatles will pop and the stove pipe and everyone like anything with a when you can attach yourself to. A melody is technically a pop song. I think anyway like even some of those like slipknot sums is gonNA sound ridiculous but like the melody before I forget by. Slipknot is a pop melody in my head..
"impala" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"I love you. Pull that out. I too when I was listening to this song was thinking about post Malone and realizing I think a lot of the sort of phrasing that is really popular and melodic structure which is popular right. Now we actually a lot to tame impala when you get these sort of internal small melodies that repeat again and again and again and you can hear that in team impala you can hear that post Malone you can hear that in so many other artists hundred percent. I don't think it's I mean even relate back to the smaller attention span. We're getting worse. We're going to have a three minute song. Few a few melodies that change in the keeps your interest the whole time if show. I was really surprised to hear from Kevin Parker who in a conversation with TV did refer to his. Music is absolutely pop up that you want it to be very very pop. I mean I've always my music to be really so I think that it doesn't matter what sounds you're using if you're starting with. Hook I or the first or how you're structuring song. It feels like what matters is sort of the intent and the intent is for people to love this to dance to groove to it and I think it's succeeding on that level. One hundred percent. I think even the I mean obviously has the eighties influenced since it's definitely unique one hundred percent. There's no doubt about that but it's it's popular music by definition he plays arenas does very well so I would call that popular. Music hundred percent shouldn't be negative. I feel like right on. Yeah it's like you know. I think his strategy is get that rhythm. Get that groove going and then you can kind of start to sprinkle some weird stuff on top and people won't mind as long as as long as they're feeling the groove you know you can get away with like he's got some flute and pizzicato strings in here..
"impala" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"Yeah. I think he's become almost notorious for adding a second base log. Onto was the end of the song to add to the dynamic of the song which is a really cool feature too. Yeah I love the idea here that the song is driven by rhythm. I write like rather than hooks or lyric. He's thinking about how to establish a groove and I think that's one of the things that really defines Lewke put it the. There's a really clear tame impala sound. Yeah I think that's one of the places we identify. I definitely sense that nothing. He doesn't spend time and he's lyric and melody but it definitely feels very lucky. Said it comes with the Bass and the drums minutes definitely mean we even fell into the last couple of albums like it's so important to have that down on a lot of things that go down really well live now have started from playing as a band or like starting like what. What groove or Rhythmic pocket a we missing on this album and then we go in and try and do that and then we'll do like a lyric military of the top lyrical melodies. More important to me in particular. I think also the band anyway but taking whether it was from hearing town follower just kind of like I don't know trying to fill those rhythmic gaps for us. It's definitely something we've thought about more and more. You know the rhythm drives this track but then there's some really moving lyrics like will I be known and loved? Is there one that I trust?.
"impala" Discussed on Popcast
"He's always kinda slumping into his confidence. He's always kind of going back and forth between like. Can I do this and I'm doing this? I mean you sort of asked. I don't know if you want to go here but you sort of asked a little bit ago more broadly and then we kind of we're talking about a lot of stuff at once. But like what is his appeal. What exactly is his thing and for me like it is so much about part of that insecurity but he does have that back and forth or he has that like the attitude he brings to his almost self consciousness or talking himself into it. Or just little mantras. I think the the music has a ton of little repetitive. Easy to Digest. Sort of like. You're talking about New Age. Just sort of self help language almost but insincere way like a person who is feeling this in going through this and trying to adapt to being a loner and truly singing a lot of songs about wanting to be alone as you talked about in your piece people like. I think the psyching up process is so apparent in the music. Young it's just absolutely there. Jp in your piece. There is a part picking up. What Joe just talking about. There's this part where he's talking about. You know his early performances or so internal and you know he's like his head is down and he's can't look at anybody but then he realized there's some kind of almost like I don't WanNa say. Is it healing value? You or some kind of sharing energy that he gets from having something. That's more open hearted performance. That's coming from him. I think you said something the fact of like no one's GonNa perform if I don't or something like that. This is the Indie rock self conscious performed to a large audience. Indie Rock Mike. Coke must sustain me. Mentality gives way to wait a minute. I'm headlining Coachella. You know and and I mean who wants to watch. Somebody stare at their shoes. Unless it's a my bloody Valentine concert. I think if you're going out to perform you should perform I you know. I don't think he has to learn dance steps from bts you'd stand up there and we all could probably stand to learn well steps from bts something practical lessons what is the appeal of. Tame IMPALA IS LONELY. People listening to music and headphones. Yeah and really digging the fact that. Oh that guitar tone changes from Flange to fuzz and. Oh Wow there's another synthesizer line here. I didn't hear that the first time and these are really lonely. Music nerds and it turns out. There's a lot of us and know and they're all standing there at coachella singing along with Kevin Parker singing about being all alone and not talking to each other go far. There's some interaction. Maybe they're taking drugs together you know they're just making it makes it easier. The interactions so but is that motive listening that that actual motive listening. That feels like a ninety s. Motive listening or seventies motive. Listening or late sixties wasn't yeah bet more accurate. Is that a modern motiveless. I feel I get is and I feel like the the deep headphone nerd that wants to try to. Id like clock where he's pulling what air this is from her. That is from like the person that wants to see how it fits together like you were talking about j. p. But like. I think there's also like I don't know. I think there's a whole other segment of Tame Impala listeners that are like way more. It's more ambient on spotify for example because some of my coworkers seem to think that team and Paula is like borderline like stream bait like sort of things they get put onto playlist for like doing things won't turn off. Yeah be part of songs get picked up to be on like Youtube playlists for studying or like spotify playlist for like working out or like walking songs and driving music and so many tasks for doing stuff and it's sort of like there's sort of two different ends of at one listener. The listener that Kevin Parker. I think wants to cultivate himself. Is The headphone listener. The solitary listener the music nerd. Who knows history and wants to be turned onto this stuff? And it's like a record store EEK and then I think the other part of it because they are very popular. Is this more sort of like doing stuff. Play listing music part because of the music is like the songs are longer the. They're very like they change a lot. I generally A. B. It's like even a Ballad has movement and Tame Impala Land. You know I don't know it's really bizarre to me that there are kind of these sort of like what seemingly Divergent ways. Yeah I think of them as very different listenership and I haven't quite sorted out how much the the songs for studying to crowd is adding to their popularity versus the people that are really committed. I'm sort of like the jury's out for me yeah that's interesting so I don't think I could. I mean besides not enjoying this music. It's just the way it functions on a textual level and the fact that it changes so much my brain would just be like to allies. I would be constantly try. I would just be so sensitive. You'll be like if someone was like adjusting chair. Every two seconds. Just listen for a living. Yeah if you keep it. Low in the background it's smooth it's undulating it's rippling along. It's it's it's hydroponic hydrophones. Where I thought they would pay attention to music and not pay attention to music dynamic that you brought up is is a larger thing in streaming land. Yeah for sure. I don't think he's deliberately straddling it. I think he's sort accidentally straddling it. Like what percent of his popularity is is derived from incidental listening as opposed to active listening. Well because comments are of course. A complete reflection of eighty five percent of his listeners are active listener since I joined the PODCAST facebook. It's it's very fun. And there's a Lotta interesting engage in conversations a lot of comments. I see you making comments. You know who you you making comments but I think the active listeners are commenting but sometimes you get the Oh. It's so pretty. I could just float away on the all day. So they're definitely there that's just me. I'm just leaving that comment to undermine the active tame impala listeners. I'm just trying to offer an alternate already undermined there. All alone with their headphones. Help the Narrative Kevin Partner wants to build up of his fans. I feel not like kids. Smoking drugs in a field like accidentally listening to his. Well that sounds. I think you put it like that. That actually sounds way more fun than my experience. Listening to a lot of this sounds about the making of the album. There are so many songs than mention time. The first one is one more year when dust lost in yesterday. It might be time one more hour. I mean I think he was kind of thinking of you know they're waiting for this album and it's reflected in the songs but and I also think he got what I call rapture of the studio. You're like down there so often. You can overdubbed too many things on pro tools and just keep going and going and going and I think he's such a music lover that he wanted to try everything. The November nineteen listening party. Where was supposed to be done? It was at night moves in Brooklyn. Which has this incredible sound system and standing next to him and you could see his brow throwing and it's like he was hearing something let he didn't like any went back and remixed it again. But but it was like Steve such perfectionism in the way the parts fit together so I think he got lost in making this album and lingered over at a long long time. It might be time which is near the end of the album. It's one of the closer to a banger songs on the album is is about. All of his friends are growing up getting married being adults and he's still like being a rock and roll musician and it's like part of it is what the hell am I doing. And it's like what the hell else could I do. Maybe if his Sandra shorter he'd be able to get onto the next phase of his life more Russia later. What do you think? Oh padded walls. I'm hitting the bad wall guys. Just just a suggestion. This is the one where he's basically like I'm washed but I'm okay with that right. Go OUT ON TIME. Might be to go out on it. Yes time to conclude.
"impala" Discussed on Popcast
"So parker's back bigger and better than ever wearing flops in the New York Times. I just it's very directional choice on his part would scum skis Australia. And I don't know I've never heard of that continent or country or any of anything related to them. As far as I know it just stops at dance. Monkey molesting I know about the JP US spent first of all your piece on Tim. Bala came out a while ago and also your reporting for that piece was a while before that torture at artists right. We was also perfectly planned because I was going to go interview him in November while he was working in watch him make something with his November twenty. Twenty eight eighteen clarity back in the back in the Jurassic era. Yes and then he was going to put out the album because of course it was coming out in four months after and then he was. GonNa go headline Coachella sure perfect. You Know Nice music business. Timing area my creative choices around. My coachella plans accepted. The album wasn't ready for him. He wasn't done by the time he played coachella. Six days long did listen. I'm still listening to a set contract. I've been listening. It's last Wednesday salons in my mind anyway so anyway so it was like a very classic. I thought as someone who's interviewed a bunch of people like far in advance of their records like there is a sort of wake to squeeze the songs out. It's so hard like there. Is this kind of particular approach to creativity that he's I have to be locked in a room this by my stat. That seems to be in line with that. I think he played me ten tracks year and a half ago and what percent of those actually made all of them pretty much of the album. I mean okay. Some more finished another seat. He had is mental tracks for some. He had choruses and concepts for others. Borderline was pretty much done okay. But I don't know if the ten thousand extra layers of multi-track synthesizers are all in the version that he played me fair but it sounded pretty similar. The melody was there. The idea was there. I mean the other one who was pretty much done. It seems it might be time. And then a lot of the instrumental tracks for the others and he was talking about Stevie wonder he was talking about. Michael Jackson He was pretty clear on who he was finding in what was coming out. Do you guys hear that scope of ambition in the saw it coming into it as someone that maybe it's not totally sold on the VIBE. I maybe don't hear that complete reference frame ambition. But if you guys here and it could be either if you hear in. What ways do you think it's materialized in the songs I mean? I don't think I hear like Quincy level. Mj masterpiece type of thing going on. But and I don't think it's like near the level of shine or just like perfect pop hit Ted. I think of when I think of Mj. But like I don't know I I get a little bit of the Stevie five I in terms of like energy scope like ambition playing really caring about the technical level of playing and how it sounds and stuff like that. I don't know that I mean I think stevie wonder is like a genius of Economic Kevin Barker is a genus of music. I I get his music and I enjoy it a lot but yeah I don't think he's on that quite that level put and then I'll second. We all came. That's why Delphi side. But if you listen to lost in yesterday that's got a big crunchy. Stevie wonder synthesizer feel and let us remember that. Stevie wonder sits in a room alone and makes music to There's some kind of connection of the lone person and hearing all these interstitial things. We you know we went down in the basement and he sort of made a piece of music while I watched and it was crazy fascinating to watch. Here's a baseline here's cords on top of it. Wait a minute. I don't like those cordless to a completely different chord sequence that fits perfectly on top of the same baseline. Let's do a melody that takes a weird turn that you don't expect. And he's doing this in like ten seconds swerves between ideas It's just like pouring out of him and why it pours out of him. Yeah when it pours used that that bid on the album but he could do it and it was. He was in the flow as they say in Silicon Valley. He was enjoying himself. Anybody wants a manager stock portfolio for me please. I don't have any clue week for that. Can We talk about sort of Tame Impala in like the larger framework of both pop and rock music because he does feel that he's doing something that I don't WanNa say is completely original in the history of Pop music but in terms of what is happening now in those spaces? He seems to be occupying kind of a singular is that fair to say and if so why is it kind of gotten so much traction I think he is occupying a really interesting space. I'm always really interested in people that come out of Indie rock and are trying to both be still be like a musical innovator and make the album they wanna make but also participate in the deeply commercial parts of pop music and so I think he's interesting because he is not sacrificed what he's doing with his own music and tried to have a whole mainstream pop career with Tame Impala but he is fully. You know this stuff with Ronson and the people that Mark. Ronson has gotten him involved with just the level of of stuff he's doing. I mean when you're on yea or you're on Astra world or whatever like that is really a big deal is very loved by rappers he really is and I feel like it's like I kind of said this view but I feel like it's in part because he can write these guitar parts and things that like sound like samples but it is someone new always making Matt Gaetz obviously a lot. Easier to clear they can kind of customize a you know and I I get that I think it was travis that said like I need that guitar tone or whatever like when he wanted to work with him and I think he is occupying an interesting space and bringing some of his sound to music. That maybe wouldn't quite have that slant on it and your sample idea in the review was was great because it's it's why rappers like him they can dig into crates by opening up. Kevin Parker said. Do you think for on the level of texture like the the sonic quality of what he does. If that arrived from outer space not connected to Damon baller Kevin Barker. Where would you slot it? I feel like we accept the existence of Tame Impala now but I feel like you have another band just a rise took resentful just arrived out of nowhere. I think people wouldn't quite know what to do with it. Like tiny flavors of new age psychedelic all. These things are woefully out of fashion right now except new age. Maybe like two three years ago but anyway point too you know you got the point. Yeah so like where would we put this sound and I still feel like I wanna know like what is it about him? That's so triggering. Well I the thing he said in your piece. Jp that was like. I'm looking for something. I'm looking forward to people trying to parse like where what decade the stuff from and I think it really varies from song to song or even pieces of the song was part of a longer position. Because I I used the. Don't use this word word. I said talked about being psychedelic but the thing about psychedelics is not that I've had my experience with. Hallucinogens is limited to like one hand maybe But the thing is it's about this orientation. The ground falls away. You don't know what's up and down and the first album. Inter Speaker is psychedelic rock from the sixties but then the next albums are about temporal disorientation. It's like what era is this from. this goes with this. I can use seventy supertramp piano and I can use house. Music beats and I can use psychedelic buzzed guitar. It's where am I historically? Where am I? Stylistically it's outside the box which links him to hip hop which doesn't really care what you're a as long as leash. Listen to something from maybe from loaner ISM. That's my favorite of the team. In Bala records is their song that you guys particularly think is representative of this. I just love elephant all right elephant from liberalism.
"impala" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Be sharing some of our favorite songs about animals but I some new music. That is a little bit of one more year. The lead track from the slow rush the newest and fourth album from Tame Impala Greg. You and I were super excited when this band burst out of Perth Australia. In the mid two thousands they were guests on the show. When I say they I'm really talking about Kevin Parker and occasionally some help a classic bedroom or tour sonic craftsmen. They were on the show in two thousand thirteen episode five. Oh three we both put loaner ISM on our top tens in two thousand twelve. We've been following eagerly everything that Mr Parker has given us. Working in the past with Dave Friedman he was obviously a fan of the flaming lips their longtime producer coming from that general space and then growing over three albums and then a long delay going on five years. Since we've gotten new music from Kevin Parker now here. We have the slow rush. Let's play a track from it. We'll come back and give our opinions in a minute. This is it might be time. Indeed Mr Parker on sound opinions see it might be time from the new. Tame IMPALA record the slow rush the slow Russia well name because it was slow and making it and that's.
2 Injured In Two-Car Collision in Miami Gardens
"Street racing may be to blame for crash that hurt two people in Miami gardens police say a driver lost control of a Chevy impala on four forty one your two hundred ninety three crossed the median collided head on with another car impala driver was ejected in the jaws of life and to be used to free the other driver a witness says the impala and another car were racing but the other car avoided the collision and fled the
Abington Officials: 18-Year-Old, Juvenile Arrested, Charged After Assaulting Two Police Officers
"Two teenagers have been charged after officers tried to break up a fight at a Burger King in Abington township the metabolism twin I believe does this the two officers were injured in that incident he Patrick Malloy of Abington township police says it all started Thursday night after arrive we basketball game about thirty to forty young people were at the Burger King along Easton road near Susquehanna causing a disturbance officer showed up and tried to break the crowd up two of them were talking to one another when it's seen attacked one of them this unprovoked attack from an eighteen year old just shoved him into a car and then a seventeen year old male sort of shut down again and and and slammed into the ground that officer suffered a minor wrist injury another veteran officer was also injured with a broken finger a two year old hope our anchor in the seventeen year old have both been charged with aggravated assault on a police officer and other related charges she will always says the two are known to police he wanted to emphasize that officers are there to resolve issues with minimal force because we want to resolve these things peacefully these are our kids in our community we were there to take care of them or parents ourselves he says resisting only escalate the situation and that the best thing to do is just comply with officers impala complete later if
The Governors Ball Confirms 2020 Lineup
"The lineup for this year's governor's ball is an eclectic one Missy Elliott will headline the musical festival now in its tenth year in our first New York show in over a decade other acts include Tampa impala Stevie Nicks vampire weekend Miley Cyrus her and others governors ball will take place Friday June fifth through Sunday June seventh at Randall's island park tickets went on sale today at noon I think that's H. E. R.
Gaza youth facing daily existence in a nightmarish scenario
"With unemployment in Gaza standing at fifty four percent. Young people are living a daily existence in a nightmarish scenario according to the UN humanitarian coordinator for the occupied Palestinian territory. Jamie McGoldrick said Palestinian youth gaze across the Mediterranean Iranian at the lives of their European counterparts. On wonder why they too cannot have a job or buy a car or afford to go on holiday. Mr McGoldrick was is in New York this week and spoke to my Kube About Challenges Facing on raw the UN agency that assists the Palestinian people which continues to face a staggering two hundred million dollars funding shortfall. He began by addressing recent developments at the agency. Whose chief resigned this month pending the outcome of an investigation Gatien into alleged misconduct? I haven't seen the letter. The resignations took place but I I would say is very important. The the mandate was renewed last week. Um I am for three years nothing. Vote the came by the embassies too. I should very strongly the foreign row. That said I think that what the challenge ahead of them. Were currently eight thousand. Nine million dollars a blank area and they've gone on one hundred and ten million pledged astounding collected two hundred million dollars which is essential services for Enron and there's no tentative and places like Gaza the only people who are providing that level of support to that number of people and if that was distort them what you've got schools you've got hospitals you've got basic support to population who are dependent on international assistance stock and we have to find ways of making sustainable under under right now the fragile funding streams that go to in a very uncertain and I think increases attention increases unhappiness down seventy. I think it could also lead to some other key problems in the future. You are coming from obt Howe's though when you left the house the situation in the aftermath of the latest you just attack well. I think there's really attack was As part of you know this back and forth escalate to police last week I think we saw a lobster was a raucous that flew into The nieghboring it is in Israel. That's unfortunate because this indiscriminate against them civilian populations but I think the fact that there was that four four people killed in Gaza self and of those eight children and twenty women I think is cleared as there's a major tragedy there and I think we have to. There was a the whole family One of the the attacks the bombings and I think there has to be investigations independent and then partial investigations into these events in order for going to build trust and support for and what we hope. Is that the the CAM that's taken place last Friday. The the actual marches on Friday was closed. It was stopped and I think these are good things and hopefully the CAM maintains because people are are the tie of them have been through this so many times and if you see the way people live in Gaza and you see the conditions have to endure. I mean it's the hopelessness and the disbanded. The other set is so palpable and frustration. There's an angle is a rage. There that's caused by the the suffocating blockade is there and I think that it's always GonNa be fragile unless we do something more sustainable and fundamental. You said there's there will be no marsh. Meaning the Great Marsh to overturn has stopped. So is it just a temporary very stop having a temporary. I don't know 'cause they talked to. They might assume I assumed the resume but this is just because connected to the deaths of last week okay Before the OBT. You're in Yemen if we were to compare the two contexts. Where do you find the most hardship challenges? I don't think he's I don't think it's necessarily good to compare tragedy. I'm going to think what were you are another thing is the league table tragedy. I mean if you're a passenger no more individual living in Gaza living in San living in other parts I mean you compare yourself to others you just compare yourself to what you've got what it was like before and I I think in the Gaza Texas what will you have ahead of you and I think that will people have ahead of them. Is is a very dark and nightmarish future and I think Insana it's probably less so because it's a fresh crisis and you see that political gains already been made by the special envoy there he seems to be able to do somewhat with the parties altis and I think things are moving in a better direction. The wear see two years ago in Gaza. I think the the the reconciliation issue between the two parts of the Fatah and Hamas go along we offer Lou elections have been suggested and the future I think until there's a unified Palestinian approach. You have an attempt to have a bear reconciliation with Israel and. I think that's important even before we'll do not so but I think the tragedy itself is very much the same as any crisis is always the poorest and the most vulnerable who suffer suffer and in the case of Palestine is the same as Yemen. It says the poorest people in the people who live in a fragile existence people have been abandoned or people who've been disenfranchised on Chai's of people who have had no government working for them for for years decades. Whatever the case may be and then what you see is an example of that Suffering is people's day to day life in both places but right now. Because I'm impala. It's hope it Palestinian people struggle daily basis because of for example in in Gaza fifty four percent of people employed and the seven tain under thirty years of old every seven. Every ten person doesn't have a job the people wake up in the morning and then they go on their mobile phones in the twenty five five year olds in the Sillier in London and they say themselves why can't have a job and a car and married and travel and freedom noble life and so for them. IT'S A. It's a deed daily existence and a nightmarish scenario because the as a despondent place to live because people look across the horizon the Z.. In the Mediterranean Sea in the north of the side. You know the people are having holidays and people having a life will they are the stock and I think that dimension please on you and that's why we've got some CD's psychological issues. Why the suicide rates are they? Are I think why people drug taking takes place. People are just trying to relieve and I think that's why you have the demonstrations. I think people an opportunity of let rip because they don't get that chance otherwise if we compare what you have this year to last year where are we. Well I I do think is better for example if you measure Things statistics tell the story. I think what tells US studio is is the the human dimension of things You know the and if you look at it from external point of view as the funding we have is less than it was last year You know we're currently a fifty seven percent funded of humanitarian response plummeted. A two hundred million dollars and without Quaid's to is the M forty percent of people we should be having because of identified them as needs and people who required what assistance we don't fund them we don't support them so how Mr them they just get more vulnerable than more impoverished next year and if the funding is going in the same direction I right now is diminishing. What chances do we have to address those needs as people's needs again also economic decline? You've got political paralysis and you'd be growing humanity needs a worse worse combination that you can have an. We don't see any way and more we're trying to do is to putes international community. Try and rescue. People become something which is really really biden difficult then beyond and it's not just doing robot Israel nervous over the UN agencies the NGOs national international who'd older in their services and we have to find a way of steaming taming this Diminishment of funding. That's going in Gaza. Palestine as is no longer. It's no longer over the top priorities for countries as for funding and we have to find ways of telling that story and I just don't think again the human story and health sectors as a perfect example of.
Brazil's former President Lula released from prison
"Former president Louis Lula da Silva has has been released on one of the first things he did was to address thousands of his jubilant supporters. The Metalworkers Union in Sao Paulo Monaco's Latin American affairs is correspondent leasing. The Elliott was there and I'm delighted to say. She joins us on the line. Now Welcome back to monocle twenty four. Listen what were things like on Saturday. When Lula appeared appeared was I stay really sort of marked a move really away from Lulu the political prisoner Emerton Lou? The politician thousands of people as you say gathered outside right the union where his political career really took off back in the one thousand nine hundred and they were there to hear his public address and it was a carnival of sorts with live music coming home really that that contrasted hugely to the very somber mood last time. The Workers Party supporters met at the site in April of last year when Luder actually handed ended himself into the authorities and went to prison. We stayed until fairly late. And there was a brief moment where he sort of popped his head out of the Union Wendo to say good night but it was certainly one of if one of celebration on Saturday and also there is a sense that this is a political breakthrough because yes he has been imprisoned and no he. The corruption charges have not been dropped and no he can't run for public office but this is him positioning himself back in the political limelight. Isn't it yet. He certainly and he reiterated his political ambitions of the weekend naturally said that the left can take back reveals presidency in the twenty twenty two election. Technically yes he's barred from running running for public office because of the conviction because of the charges against him but there were talks actually of a national tour in coming weeks or months where he set to meet with constituents truants. I mean there haven't been further details about that whether he actually manages to eventually become a candidate again. What is clear he seems to be trying to? Galvanize is in reinvigorate the left in Brazil because up until now there's been a distinct lack the plausible opposition figure to Bolsonaro since he took office a little over eleven months months ago and unloader appears to want to be just that. Do you think he will be able to be plausible political figure given the fact that he has got such a backstory that no one can forget get I mean for his detractors. Lulu still remains a highly controversial figure and is blamed for fostering a culture of corruption in Brazil and should be kept opt in prison. I mean I remember. When he was jailed back in April last year there were fireworks going off in parts of the country and celebration and also on Saturday? Although it wasn't as widely reported did but pro Bolsonaro groups really came together in the city of some Paolo in supported. The president's and to many of the millions voted for Bolsonaro in the last election. Lueders release piece is is a reminder of exactly why they did and there have been talks among political analysts early this morning that say that maybe it's not the best moves by the Workers Party to out him. At Center stage we see how in Argentina recently by putting polarizing but nevertheless still powerful figure Christina kitchener further in the background. You know she ran as vice president. That really paid off and she liked. Lula had a string of corruption related charges against her But being in the backseat so so yes. This is still very much up for debate at a whether it would be a a move sorts. Tell us a little bit more about what his the next move can possibly given the fact that he's barred from standing for office but nonetheless is not barred from speaking in public exactly so the charges haven't been dropped against against him what's changed. Since Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is that he can appeal but as a free man and very publicly before he had to exhaust. The appeals process from jail and this is also applied to thousands of other inmates here in Brazil his conviction relating to the beach side apartment stands and his lawyers said the over the coming weeks immediately. They're going to continue to appeal because he was serving this for eight years and ten months for corruption and money laundering and still faces a half a half dozen corruption. Trials luda still whoa denies all the charges and he's urging that they're politically motivated in order to keep him out of the presidential election and but for the moment you know the the main thing is that he's out in public. Listen to relate. Thank you very much indeed for joining his own monocle twenty four. Let's get more on this now. From Ovarian Fernando Pacheco Echo Fernando is native of Sao Paulo and was back home visiting his family over the weekend. In fact just off the plane hunting your finances so welcome to the studio. Just tell us a little bit more about what it it was like to be in Sao Paulo in your hometown and see Lula back in the headlines again. First of all he was such a surprise. I was not predicting This decision decision by the Supreme Court and when it was announced of course it was big news in Brazil it was on tv all the time. I had to cancel my evening plans because as a good journalist even on holiday today I was I mean He Luli such one of the most important political figures in Brazil ever in a way and as listened to say he's quite divisive You either loving or hating. It's very difficult to not have an opinion about Lula in a way and interesting. Because you know I'm from some Paolo which is actually political conservative states especially in recent years so perhaps I got a different vibe. I'm sure Lula has many supporters in the northeast. But where I was in symbolic impala could fuel a lot of people actually attacking the Supreme Court For our the ruling can be felt in the streets got it because I mean Brazil has never been Brazilians. Excellent never been backwards in coming forward and expressing their political opinion in the streets but Your mum is from Sao Paulo and she's a therapist isn't she says she's gentle lovely lovely soul anyone who's been lucky enough to meet Fernandez. Mother will have their life slightly enrich via. But you get but even she has been subject to political Michael victimization. Doesn't she's by simply going on. Line trolling is rife absolutely me Shirota. Something like democracy or on her social media and and so leaving among her group of friends people were attacking and some people start even swearing. I mean she even decided to delete that and it is true Even in Brazil some point I was covering the election eighteen. I kind of I felt kind of a some sort of fear when I was in the cab. If I wanted to express my political opinion lenient because people. They're very heated. They will call you names. I mean I'm not saying everyone does that but it is very heated moment In Brazil the moment dis. I think that the release of Leila a man who's who so intrinsically linked with Brazil's past and with all the corruption that goes was with it is the right person to change the political game in Brazil given the fact that Bolsonaro in many ways is an open goal given how deeply deeply unpopular he is with certain areas of society. This is so hard ammo because let's not forget. Lula is a fantastic reiter. I mean when he spoke when he was released released. I mean it was like Oh my God finally have a challenger to both scenario but I agree with you this is a man also who hated by many Brazilians and a person that that is hated by almost half of the population. I think it's quite hard for him to be kind of become president again for example. We don't have leaders Such such as Lulu or even a bolt sonar. We don't see a new generation coming up at least at the moment so it's going to be very hard and aggressive in check. I thank you very much indeed for joining me in the
What to know about Britain's next prime minister, Boris Johnson
"Great Britain's about to get a new prime minister could happen as early as tomorrow after to reason may leaves office London's former mayor Boris Johnson gets to move into ten Downing Street after he's confirmed by the head of state Queen Elizabeth and we find out more about the incoming prime minister from Graham mac he's with fixed radio in London he talked with our David Rankin for it's pretty much split because Boris does have its found but Boris is a bit of a figure of phone the comedian Frankie Boyle described Boris Johnson is looking like a cross between a head injury in an all night back and Boris I had a long time being taken seriously as a politician even though he is a career politician on like you know Donald Trump he did start on television we have a TV show a satirical Hahnel chocolat by got news for you and Boris was often a guest on that show you got to be well known by the British public that made in the matter of London the walls all the training on the TV well you start now with everybody wants him to be running the country did he run the city of London well I thought it's a hard city to run only well I would say if one of his legacies is bush bike cycle around the known as Boris bikes everywhere so if you want to cycle from one side to the other you just like a credit card in the bike and move across town so he got he got Boris bike through he made some big mistakes that we once thought it was when the London riots were on a few years ago after which people to water cannon which from the French I think and it was totally unusual unusable because in New York the in European cities they have huge squares and via the in France and Italy and and Germany we don't really have that but it's all a little street CAF so the water cannon could out this week so it was useless so we spend all that money on that but by and large I think he did he had some some nasty things to say about Donald Trump at one time went when Donald was talking about that crying in London which she still likes to do and forests fired back with since then Boris seems to be very friendly with Donald Trump so I don't know how it goes but I think you did an alright job of running London I remember talking to a journalist at one of the news rooms when the the match changed and he said well the one thing about bars you could always get a hold of and it always give you comments and the media did like in many it's the media that he's being friendly with the knees manipulated the best to get where he is and look at this in a couple days to be the prime minister so what does the future hold as far as breaks it and is it going to be a hard breaks it is it is there going to be some kind of a deal made I don't know I hope so because it'll be the lesser of two evils that have a nice deal where we don't suffer too much would be great for Boris is actually said he's not going to rule out a hard brexit which means we have no deal with the eighty year now trading down office and some of the NBA's impala and said that in fact that the campaigning to walk back in stock I don't know how they'll be able to do that and to be honest with you know a lot of the people a few years ago voted in the actual referendum to leave they would think it was just going to be no deal they didn't realize there was gonna be deals to be done and all the rest of it so we'll just have to
A world without bees would wipe out many staple crops, UN warns on World Bee Day
"And welcome to Haagen zero hung up a putt costs that explores the food challenges and solutions of our time. Brought to you by the food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on your host show. Lotte Lomas may twenty marks will be day. It's a day to highlight the importance of bays and the threats they face most of the fruits and vegetables, we ate wouldn't exist without bees and other pollinators. They're essential to our food security, and to conserving, the world's by diversity, but base face a very serious, existential threat to learn more. We're joined by FAO's Abram Bixler an agricultural officer with a passion for pollinators. Welcome abram. Thank you very much. Pleasure to be here. So how Di is the state of bays in other pollinators right now the figures are not looking very good for bees in, in pollinators. And we talk about pollinators a lot of. People think of, of honeybees, which is really important part of Edgar Coulter. But there are many, many diverse wild pollinators as well. So about twenty thousand from be species insects, and other vertebrates other animals, like bats, and hummingbirds, and even monkeys can be pollinators. And so when we look across pollinators, there are many threats facing pollinators and globally. They're, they're facing a real decline managed honeybees, the number of honeybees are actually increasing, but the wild pollinators across the world are decreasing in even the honeybees are facing many threats. And there's a lot of issues facing those as well. Let's talk about those threats for what's killing pollinators could use run through the full list threats facing. So it's really company of, of factors kind of all come together all of which are driven by by human. Activity. So climate change is a factor. Habitat loss is a factor. The overuse of pesticides is, is a big factor. But also, there are many diseases in pests as well that are affecting our pollinators. And so when those are taking together pollinators really facing a hard time. How severe is the existential threat to base, and should we be worried. We should we should very much be be worried where the data is especially North America in Europe. There is major declines happening, not only on these, but other insects, especially in, in general, one of the big things is that we still lack most basic data on a lot of pollinators in other parts of the world, Africa Asia, and also, South America, and one of the big fears is that with habitat loss and destruction along with global climate change. We can't even in summer. Regards know what pollinators are out there. So our best estimates are about twenty thousand different beast species alone, but of those only about ten thousand have actually been identified. And so we're worried that we are losing species that we don't even know could you paint of a wealthy bees and just sort of give us an idea of the range of fruits and vegetables that we would lose a world of bees and other pollinators would be very bland in very scary Biesen other pollinators are are essential for pollinating about seventy five percent of the leading food crops that humans depend on for food, particularly when it comes to fruits and seed crops, that, that we need. So if you can imagine a world without raspberries, a world without peaches, apples, melons, and members of the, the squash, family. That's what we'd be dealing with what he's doing to protect. The wills pollinators. We're doing a couple of things to protect the world's pollinators one is that we're raising awareness, just much like this podcast just trying to bring to the forefront, the threats facing bees and pollinators and the, the, the dire state that they're in one is that we work with policymakers. And so we're, we're providing advice the policymakers on pollinator-friendly practices in agriculture especially, but pollinator-friendly practices, such as ecological based farming systems, such as the reduction of hazardous pesticides promoting ecology as a away for sustainable food, Negra cultural systems. We also work at the ground level as well in terms of, of projects and trying to better mainstream the importance of biodiversity like these pollinators in food and agriculture systems, but also delight. Hoods because many people depend on, on supplemental income from the products of these Impala maters. And so what about us ordinary citizens? What can I do to help ensure the future of obeys? You know, one thing that you can do is. I think you have a respect for bees, pollinators in what they do and they killed them. Don't heal them. Don't feel frayed of them, but you can also do simple things like if you have a garden, reduce the pesticide in your garden plant different be friendly flowers and other nectar sources for them, you can create an insect hotel for them. What's, what's it insect, Hato insect hotel? You can find out more on the ethical website, but it's a it's a very simple. It's a it's a box or pieces of wood, and hollow openings that, that insects beyond beasts can use the nest in b but the big thing is promoting their habitat. You can also talk to your policymakers and share about the importance of bees in pollinators for for food security for reducing poverty, and also for the production of the products, we love beeswax, and Honey. That was Abram big slow and agriculture officer at the food and Agriculture Organization in Rome.
South Africans Head to the Polls for 6th General Election Since 1994
"I must go to Africa where voting has just begun in what's being billed as these six general elections since the end of apartheid. So you could say the six proper election and since nineteen ninety four the ANC has of course, being Impala predictions. See that continuing with president Rama poses saying vote for his party is a vote to clean up his party and the much publicized scandals and corruption in the ANC in recent years with millions of young voters not registering as we reporting last week. Maybe that's the way that discontent is expressed as much as in a vote for the Democratic Alliance. The official opposition all the economic freedom fighters, the BBC Schengen yoga is among voters and joins us. Now, tell us what you Washington. I'm in an area called Norwood, which is between the central Johannesburg the central business district and how tin which is one of the most affluent areas in this country there about one hundred people that in line waiting to vote. The polling station here hasn't opened it spoke to some of them who say that they are excited to vote all of them seem to know who they going to vote for this is a crucial election in we get that since some would argue the most fiercely contested, and there's a record number of parties at the national level. It's jumped from twenty nine in the last elections to forty eight today, but they all three major political parties ruling ANC, the if and the DA and just to unpack some of the issues around these elections, I'm joined by a political analyst kalani due. Bam. Shoot. The ANC be considered it being in power for the last twenty five years you've seen the the number of votes that they've received juice over the last decrease over the next couple of yesterday be worried look ANC just like in me liberation movement enough. They tend to be arrogant because they do believe that the people at in-depth, they all the people and people old them for now. The only hour that they have is the paradigm shift in our society because some of these indicating society is a society that says now, we are not long indefinite. We are not I have debts to you for to have done in the past in terms of liberating us and now South Africans. I stepped into chart the way forward. And so I think it catching the pitching that says South Africa has been the berated by the ANC style. Nothing to fall in the name Cotin is imaging as you can see he's a new party as. What is the DA's is kind of relatively new patterns in terms of his composition? And so I think this is the most important election because he is a
Slain college student apparently mistook suspect's car for Uber ride
"Meanwhile, a college student from New Jersey found dead in South Carolina on Saturday apparently got into the car of a stranger thinking, it was her Uber ride so say investigators have also announced an arrest in the case police in Columbia say the body of Samantha Josephson was discovered dumped in the woods about sixty five miles away from where she was last seen climbing into a black Chevy Impala the twenty one year old USC student from Robbins Ville was reportedly headed home from a night out in the city's entertainment district after getting separated from friends police chief William Holbrook has Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Roland was arrested after he was pulled over for a traffic. Stop and his black Chevy Impala and tried to make a run for it. Also gave chase was able to make an apprehension after a short chase when they return back to the car further examination determined that. There was what appeared to be blood present. In the call the victim cell phone turned up in that car is well police say the suspect activated the backseat child safety locks on the doors could only be opened from the outside. Police are now warning Uber and lift to customers to follow some basic safety tips like not waiting for your ride outside with your phone in your hand. Make sure the car is the right? Make and model before you climb in and also double check the license plate number with the one on
"impala" Discussed on The Librocube
"Banter these book better sponsor is what kind of car does a low level demon drive in imp allah impala chevy impala boy okay so reading a book number two of the myth adventures by robert lynn aspirin yes the last name of this person is aspirin o k misconceptions is the title of the book yeah if you listen to my last shitty episode i think this one's coming up butter just you know let's throw that out right now i talked of the first book of the series of the second i think there's like nine ten bucks i think what i decided to do is a read the first three so just so you know next episode of the third one and then i'm gonna take a break because i do enjoy them and their short they're easy reads what i think i'll do sort of every once in a while come back and maybe read another three because although they all take place in the same world with the same characters seemingly at least do so far they are sort of fairly easily stand alone oh novels so in the first book we learned of this the magician apprentice guy by the name of skeeve interesting name and how he sort of lost to magician that was a practicing him if that is a work and how a demon is now practicing in again may not be a word apprentice ing sort of the build up of their dynamic and the sort of the rules of this world's in magic and such and it was interesting in this one they decide that a real cushy job for people in their line of work is like court magician so there's there's a land in which a court magician is needed and apparently they're holding tryouts so it's all sort of the build up for that with the as the name of the demon a h said sort of with the promise of oh yeah you really want to get this job as a real cushy job once you have it you just every once in a while come up twiddle your fingers abet to a little easy magic and you to sit back and let the money roll in so they got the job and because this is a buck and if that was what happened after they got the job who wouldn't be very interesting what actually happens is we learn this kingdom is a bit to be overrun by the largest army that has ever been gathered in the history of the world period full stop and they've been hired to stop said army one magician versus the world's largest army that also actually has a magician's working for it i don't know how they thought that was gonna work but spoiler alerts eventually it does work and they do manage to kinda sorta kinda sorta stop the army the first step is to gather a team oh you know what i and i've mentioned this more often in surely movie to comey shirley in movie monologues where l i love the sequences of gathering gathering teams it's usually it usually comes in the form of gathering teams for heist but the just just the thing of gathered teams i love so they do that in this and it comes in the form of traveling to this different plane i guess it would be it's a bizarre not as end it's it's really weird although it is but as in like a like a flea markets let's put it that way they traveled to magical demon run flea markets and end up who they get so they've got to skeeve ask of course this the trolled girl assassin troll girl assassin who's like super sexy apparently yep apparently in this universe trolls trolls male trolls are just.