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Interview with NoBunny – Podcast 118

Posted by rich on April 20, 2010

Thanks so much for taking the time to check back in with us at SSR.  I feel like every new episode I post an apology for taking so long to update. Hopefully, we have enough to keep going for a while, but none of that matters today.  What matters is that we have a brand new show with Oakland’s own NoBunny!  I’m never going to claim to be well educated in garage rock, or lo-fi buzz or anything like that but what I can say is NoBunny rocks.  As if being a complete musical anomaly wasn’t good enough, the guy is also funny and strange as hell to talk to.  So check it out if you want all the scoop on the artist Jay Reatard said put out the best album of 2009.

We also have a chance to win a fancy vinyl copy of NoBunny’s LP, Love Visions.  I have two copies that we may give away, the original Bubble Dumb version and the red repress that was actually an over run that has white labels and a stamp as the center label (I think there’s like 200 of these at most).  So if you like selling shit on ebay, you’ll want this for sure.  As always, send us feedback, questions and critiques at SoundSceneReveolution[at]gmail[dot]com, on MySpace or in our comments section and follow us on Twitter (  And remember, “We’re just cashing in on her celebrity right now,” wisdom.

Interview with Girl Talk – Podcast 87

Posted by rich on November 4, 2008

Welcome to a historic episode of Sound Scene Revolution. An episode that not only demonstrates our commitment to bring you new content but an episode that occurs on a day that will live in American history forever. Today is a day where the world see’s the we can live up to our true potential. That we are as open minded as we say and that we choose based on qualifications and not superficial traits. Today, is the first time ever that Sound Scene Revolution has featured an electronic musician on their show. Take note.

Noted? Good. So today we post an interview we did with Gregg Gillis, AKA Girl Talk. Greg seems like a pretty normal dude, except he makes great “mash ups” and he happens to dance around half naked in front of hordes of fans. So if you like normal dudes who rule, you should dig Girl Talk.

Enjoy the show and hit us up at SoundSceneRevolution[at]gmail[dot]com, MySpace or here on the comments and remember, vote early and vote often. I’m voting three times today.