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A podcast with a primary focus on music, video games, and the internet.

Latest Episodes

Episode 12 - Dirk Lind

Episode 12! This time I am joined by songwriter Dirk Lind, who sometimes releases music under the name Particlehead.Dirk started an all original music open mic of sorts called the Song Project in Spokane, and songwriters current meet on Thursdays at Boots Bakery here in Spokane, WA.

-1 s2016 DEC 7
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Episode 12 - Dirk Lind

Episode 11 - Rachael Layne

My wife Rachael Layne joins me for this episode of Case No Point!We have been married for nearly 21 years! Happy Anniversary, Rachael!We discuss how we met (among other topics), we play a couple of rounds of "Hollywood Shuffle", and we play some songs in the studio.

-1 s2016 NOV 23
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Episode 11 - Rachael Layne

Episode 10 - Erin Parkes

The 10th episode! Double digits! How cool is that?This episode focuses on local singer/songwriter Erin Parkes. We discuss songwriting, a local collective of songwriters called "The Song Project", and Grey's Anatomy among other topics. Plus, Erin sings a few of her original compositions.You can support Erin's creative endeavors through her Patreon account at https://www.patreon.com/erinparkesmusic

-1 s2016 NOV 9
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Episode 10 - Erin Parkes

Episode 9 - Monster Rancher

Admittedly, this is what happens when an episode of the podcast is due tomorrow, and I wasn't prepared for that. In truth, if you're going to skip an episode, this might be a decent choice for that. For close to an hour, I played one of my classic favorite video games: Monster Rancher for the Playstation. Think of this as a Let's Play without a second person to bounce ideas off of, and no visual context. Oh, but if you do want visual context, subscribe to the Pants Pending Patreon! Subscribers are actually getting a video feed of what happened on the screen, too.

-1 s2016 OCT 26
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Episode 9 - Monster Rancher

Episode 8 - Nathan Lansing

Nathan Lansing is a very clever, talented, and funny guy. He is a music instructor at Spokane Falls Community College in charge of the school choirs, and he also teaches a course on the history of pop music.We discuss the things that made him decide to become an instructor, the events that lead to his unique arrangement of the Star Spangled Banner, and the consumption of music before the internet.Nathan has a few concerts coming up where you can see him do his thing. Click on the links below for more details.Sunday, October 16th, 2016 - Bach Duos ConcertFriday, November 4th, 2016 - Brahms Requiem - St. Stephen's Episcopal ChurchSaturday, Novermber 5th, 2016 - Brahms Requiem - Coeur d'Alene First Presbyterian Church

-1 s2016 OCT 12
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Episode 8 - Nathan Lansing

Episode 7 - Donald Hawkins

Donald Hawkins is a local singer songwriter here in Spokane, WA which is something that he and I share in common. Oddly enough, we both also grew up in Sacramento, CA!I mastered Donald's upcoming album called "One and Done", and I am looking forward to the day when I can tell you where to find it. It isn't available yet, but you can check out some of his other music here:Don Hawkins - "Future Ghost" on CD BabyThe Claustrophobes - Underdog Pop on CD BabyPlus, Mr. Hawkins was nice enough to perform some songs live in studio for the episode! Included in the episode are acoustic renditions of "Free", "Shopping on the Moon", and "Come Back to My Senses".Additionally, Donald and I are also working on a side project called Great Mimes with our mutual friend Andy Rumsey. This episode of the podcast also includes the premiere of a Great Mimes demo for our new song "I Lost Count". (We actually worked on the song after recording the podcast!)So much fun! So much music! Give it a listen!

-1 s2016 SEP 28
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Episode 7 - Donald Hawkins

Episode 6 - Shael Riley

Shael Riley is a musician, an actor, and one of the creators of a fantastic music based video game called "String Theory". Shael and I worked together on the first Grammar Club EP called "Bremelanotide", and the group went on to make the albums "MC Horse Rides Again" and "Bioavailable".We discuss these projects as well as his group Shael Riley and the Double Ice Backfire, his friendship with Beefy, the website known as Overclocked Remix, and his portrayal of Lunk for "The New Adventures of Captain S".Here are some internet destinations where you can find out more about Shael, and many of his projects he has been involved in:http://www.shaelriley.com/http://store.steampowered.com/app/402150/https://soundcloud.com/shaelrileyhttps://shaelriley.bandcamp.com/https://thegrammarclub.bandcamp.com/https://beefy.bandcamp.com/album/too-big-to-fail-part-onehttps://twitter.com/ShaelRiley

-1 s2016 SEP 14
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Episode 6 - Shael Riley

Episode 5 - Brian C. Baer

Brian C. Baer is the writer of "Bad Publicity", a fictional story he describes as a "weird ghost paparazzi story." The book is currently out of print, but you might be able to buy it on Amazon.Brian has also written a book about He-Man and the Masters of the Universe called "How He-Man Mastered the Universe - Toy to Television to the Big Screen." The book will be available in early 2017, and the cover art looks amazing. Behold the glory of the cover art below these words!We also discuss Robocop, the Room, and we come up with some concepts for films that should probably never be made.

-1 s2016 AUG 31
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Episode 5 - Brian C. Baer

Episode 4 - Colby Park

Colby Park was gracious to be the guest for this episode on incredibly short notice. My lack of preparedness is your gain!Colby knows a lot about comics, and movies as you can see for yourself on his website - https://comicbookmedia.comWe discuss what makes a good comic book movie, Colby's original story called "Sidelined", and we even come up with a couple of potential movie ideas with the help of a board game called "Hollywood Shuffle".

-1 s2016 AUG 17
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Episode 4 - Colby Park

Episode 3 - Scott Meyer

Scott Meyer is one of my favorite authors! He is the creator of the webcomic Basic Instructions, and the author of the Magic 2.0 book series, "Master of Formalities", and his newest book "The Authorities".There is a special promotion going on in August of 2016 for the Magic 2.0 book series on Amazon. You can get the Kindle versions of "Off to Be the Wizard", "Spell or High Water", and "An Unwelcome Quest" as a package deal for less than $6! Click here to check out the promotion!Websites recommended by Scott Meyer in this episode:Comics Curmudgeon and Scenes from a Multiverse.Also referenced is a NSFW YouTube video (for language) - Linden Trees Smell...

-1 s2016 AUG 3
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Episode 3 - Scott Meyer

Latest Episodes

Episode 12 - Dirk Lind

Episode 12! This time I am joined by songwriter Dirk Lind, who sometimes releases music under the name Particlehead.Dirk started an all original music open mic of sorts called the Song Project in Spokane, and songwriters current meet on Thursdays at Boots Bakery here in Spokane, WA.

-1 s2016 DEC 7
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Episode 12 - Dirk Lind

Episode 11 - Rachael Layne

My wife Rachael Layne joins me for this episode of Case No Point!We have been married for nearly 21 years! Happy Anniversary, Rachael!We discuss how we met (among other topics), we play a couple of rounds of "Hollywood Shuffle", and we play some songs in the studio.

-1 s2016 NOV 23
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Episode 11 - Rachael Layne

Episode 10 - Erin Parkes

The 10th episode! Double digits! How cool is that?This episode focuses on local singer/songwriter Erin Parkes. We discuss songwriting, a local collective of songwriters called "The Song Project", and Grey's Anatomy among other topics. Plus, Erin sings a few of her original compositions.You can support Erin's creative endeavors through her Patreon account at https://www.patreon.com/erinparkesmusic

-1 s2016 NOV 9
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Episode 10 - Erin Parkes

Episode 9 - Monster Rancher

Admittedly, this is what happens when an episode of the podcast is due tomorrow, and I wasn't prepared for that. In truth, if you're going to skip an episode, this might be a decent choice for that. For close to an hour, I played one of my classic favorite video games: Monster Rancher for the Playstation. Think of this as a Let's Play without a second person to bounce ideas off of, and no visual context. Oh, but if you do want visual context, subscribe to the Pants Pending Patreon! Subscribers are actually getting a video feed of what happened on the screen, too.

-1 s2016 OCT 26
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Episode 9 - Monster Rancher

Episode 8 - Nathan Lansing

Nathan Lansing is a very clever, talented, and funny guy. He is a music instructor at Spokane Falls Community College in charge of the school choirs, and he also teaches a course on the history of pop music.We discuss the things that made him decide to become an instructor, the events that lead to his unique arrangement of the Star Spangled Banner, and the consumption of music before the internet.Nathan has a few concerts coming up where you can see him do his thing. Click on the links below for more details.Sunday, October 16th, 2016 - Bach Duos ConcertFriday, November 4th, 2016 - Brahms Requiem - St. Stephen's Episcopal ChurchSaturday, Novermber 5th, 2016 - Brahms Requiem - Coeur d'Alene First Presbyterian Church

-1 s2016 OCT 12
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Episode 8 - Nathan Lansing

Episode 7 - Donald Hawkins

Donald Hawkins is a local singer songwriter here in Spokane, WA which is something that he and I share in common. Oddly enough, we both also grew up in Sacramento, CA!I mastered Donald's upcoming album called "One and Done", and I am looking forward to the day when I can tell you where to find it. It isn't available yet, but you can check out some of his other music here:Don Hawkins - "Future Ghost" on CD BabyThe Claustrophobes - Underdog Pop on CD BabyPlus, Mr. Hawkins was nice enough to perform some songs live in studio for the episode! Included in the episode are acoustic renditions of "Free", "Shopping on the Moon", and "Come Back to My Senses".Additionally, Donald and I are also working on a side project called Great Mimes with our mutual friend Andy Rumsey. This episode of the podcast also includes the premiere of a Great Mimes demo for our new song "I Lost Count". (We actually worked on the song after recording the podcast!)So much fun! So much music! Give it a listen!

-1 s2016 SEP 28
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Episode 7 - Donald Hawkins

Episode 6 - Shael Riley

Shael Riley is a musician, an actor, and one of the creators of a fantastic music based video game called "String Theory". Shael and I worked together on the first Grammar Club EP called "Bremelanotide", and the group went on to make the albums "MC Horse Rides Again" and "Bioavailable".We discuss these projects as well as his group Shael Riley and the Double Ice Backfire, his friendship with Beefy, the website known as Overclocked Remix, and his portrayal of Lunk for "The New Adventures of Captain S".Here are some internet destinations where you can find out more about Shael, and many of his projects he has been involved in:http://www.shaelriley.com/http://store.steampowered.com/app/402150/https://soundcloud.com/shaelrileyhttps://shaelriley.bandcamp.com/https://thegrammarclub.bandcamp.com/https://beefy.bandcamp.com/album/too-big-to-fail-part-onehttps://twitter.com/ShaelRiley

-1 s2016 SEP 14
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Episode 6 - Shael Riley

Episode 5 - Brian C. Baer

Brian C. Baer is the writer of "Bad Publicity", a fictional story he describes as a "weird ghost paparazzi story." The book is currently out of print, but you might be able to buy it on Amazon.Brian has also written a book about He-Man and the Masters of the Universe called "How He-Man Mastered the Universe - Toy to Television to the Big Screen." The book will be available in early 2017, and the cover art looks amazing. Behold the glory of the cover art below these words!We also discuss Robocop, the Room, and we come up with some concepts for films that should probably never be made.

-1 s2016 AUG 31
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Episode 5 - Brian C. Baer

Episode 4 - Colby Park

Colby Park was gracious to be the guest for this episode on incredibly short notice. My lack of preparedness is your gain!Colby knows a lot about comics, and movies as you can see for yourself on his website - https://comicbookmedia.comWe discuss what makes a good comic book movie, Colby's original story called "Sidelined", and we even come up with a couple of potential movie ideas with the help of a board game called "Hollywood Shuffle".

-1 s2016 AUG 17
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Episode 4 - Colby Park

Episode 3 - Scott Meyer

Scott Meyer is one of my favorite authors! He is the creator of the webcomic Basic Instructions, and the author of the Magic 2.0 book series, "Master of Formalities", and his newest book "The Authorities".There is a special promotion going on in August of 2016 for the Magic 2.0 book series on Amazon. You can get the Kindle versions of "Off to Be the Wizard", "Spell or High Water", and "An Unwelcome Quest" as a package deal for less than $6! Click here to check out the promotion!Websites recommended by Scott Meyer in this episode:Comics Curmudgeon and Scenes from a Multiverse.Also referenced is a NSFW YouTube video (for language) - Linden Trees Smell...

-1 s2016 AUG 3
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Episode 3 - Scott Meyer

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