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All things Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, featuring 2018 artists Big Gigantic, STS9, Turkuaz, Slightly Stoopid, Tycho, Twiddle and Gramatik
6-track spotlight on Big Gigantic’s “Brighter Future” albums in anticipation of their New Years Eve Decadence appearance in Denver.
STS9, Umphrey’s McGee and the Disco Biscuits promise a very good time at this weekend’s Dominican Holidaze.
Get your Tuesday going with a two-hour set of tunes hand selected by DJ Emily. New music, old favorites and a Top 10 remix are on the way.   Zuli Curtis Harding  
Winter 2018 touring news from Keller Williams, plus SweetWater 420 Fest headliner updates.
DJRePete is spinning INHEAVEN, the Fresh & Onlys, and Lovely Bad Things + Sat night dance tracks w/Little Boots, CHVRCHES, and Cut Copy!
Thanksgiving touring news from Leftover Salmon, New Years Eve plans from STS9, and the second round of Gem & Jam Festival artists.
Today the show features music from Girls Of The Internet, Dâm Funk & Osunlade.
Touring news from the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Charles Bradley, Steve Kimock, the Disco Biscuits and more.
Umphrey’s McGee breaks their 571 show gap and finally plays rare original tune “Keefer” live
Toubab Krewe returns to the road after a major hiatus! They’re now on their fall tour.
Sweden's Way Out West festival invades The Listening Booth w/Tycho, Lana Del Ray, & Thee Oh Sees
Members of Umphrey’s McGee, moe., Snarky Puppy and more will perform a 2-night Brooklyn Comes Alive performance billed as, “The Road Goes On Forever: Celebrating The Music Of The Allman Brothers Band.”
Touring announcements from our favorite jam scene artists including Marco Benevento and Moon Hooch who announced a co-headline tour this October.
The Listening Booth has surfer vibes via High Waisted, alt from Hey Marseilles featuring Reggie Watts, & a Johnny-Cash-esc Coach n Commando!
An episode devoted to the feel-good dance party electronic sounds of the jam band scene.
It’s wedding fever on Garbage Garage today, with wedding-themed tracks from Dirty Projectors, Sam Amidon, and Oxford Collapse…
It's my last episode hosting Third Eye Weekly, and it's been one long, strange, and beautiful trip. To highlight this, I've culled together a "best-of" compilation of my favorite interviews from over the years, including Malcolm Gladwell, Jonathon Keats, and Neil Harbisson.
3-track spotlight on the debut, self-titled album from new Lotus/Dopapod collaboration Octave Cat.
We're joined by special guest Brian Primack. He's director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology and Health at the University of Pittsburgh. Recently, he was the co-author of a study revealing that social media use can lead to feelings of increased social isolation.
We're joined by special guest Dr. Robert Nolan, he's here to talk with us about how electronic counseling can lower the risk of high blood pressure.
We're joined by special guest Alexandra Stein, a writer and educator specializing in the social psychology of ideological extremism and other dangerous social relationships. She recently published her second book, "Terror, Love and Brainwashing: Attachment in Cults and Totalitarian Systems," and she’ll be joining us to talk about it.
Today features music from Tycho, Crookers, Nightmares On Wax, Groove Junkies & Solara.
We're joined by special guest George Lucas, an internationally respected ethicist who recently published “Ethics and Cyber Warfare: The Quest for Responsible Security in the Age of Digital Warfare,” which delves into the often confounding realm of cyber conflict.
We talk about living with roommates and interview Carol Robles Roman about human trafficking and reproductive rights.
Today's features hot new music from Tycho, Nightmares On Wax & Moiré.
We talk about Scorsese's new film to hit Netflix, the Oscars, and review a terrifying episode of the Netflix series "Black Mirror."
We're joined by special guest John Knefel. Some of you might know him as the cohost of the daily political podcast Radio Dispatch, and of the new companion series Video Dispatch. John covers a wide range of foreign policy, criminal justice, and civil liberties issues.
We talk Emma Watson, Scientology, why Jeff Sessions is a piece of shit, and review the HBO miniseries "The Young Pope."
Dow Chemical wants farmers to keep using a pesticide linked to autism and ADHD.
Y'all ready for IDM madness!!! This week's show featuring tracks from Jega, Ceephax, Datach'i and a ton more// So tune out with us, right here on the glitch//idm show!
Spring touring news from two of our favorite jam bands, Chris Robinson Brotherhood and STS9.
Welcome back to Third Eye Weekly. On this podcast we try and answer the big questions with intimate, personal narratives that give insight into the human experience that others might over-look. For today’s podcast we're joined by professor, paleontologist, and author Anthony D. Barnosky. He's the executive director for the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve and the author of several books, including "Dodging Extinction: Power, Food, Money, and the Future of Life on Earth," as well as 2016's Tipping Point for Planet Earth: How Close Are We to the Edge?" He's here today to speak with us about the earth's sixth mass extinction in its history. Music & Poetry Tycho
Here we go! Another nutso show for the freaks; with tracks from Rashad Becker, Global Goon, Dino Felipe and always MORE! So come along. This is the glitch//idm show!!!
We review the critically acclaimed new contender for Best Picture, "Moonlight."
Ryan Nicodemus, an American author, speaker, and self-described "minimalist," who has recently created a documentary film with Joshua Fields Millburn called "The Minimalists," which details the friends' journey to lead a simpler, happier life.
Honoring the late Butch Trucks with some artists who emerged from the Allman Brothers Band’s establishment of Southern Rock. Plus, Spring Cheese 2017 tour news.
We talk "Free Melania Trump," the coming apocalypse, Jeff Session, and review the HBO series "Veep."
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with James Burns, a journalist who voluntarily entered into solitary confinement in Arizona's La Paz County Jail, where he spent 30 days in isolation to help spread awareness about criminal justice system reform.
In light if the historic inauguration, his week we're reviewing the hilarious series Drunk History.
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with Sylvia Tara, who holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from The University of California, San Diego and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
We talk about the controversial new MJ flick, Netflix cheat codes, and review the doc "After Porn Ends."
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Dechen Karl Thurman. He’s an actor and an advanced certified Jivamukti yoga teacher and he is currently teaching and mentoring at Jivamukti Yoga School New York and abroad.
We talk about the expansion of mini-series, Mariah Carey's antics explained, what constitutes a feature-length film, and review the Netflix original series "The OA."
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Susana Martinez-Conde, a neuroscientist and science writer and David Altheide, who has been tracing the development of this fear since its indoctrination into our country’s media over four decades ago.

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