Posts Tagged ‘Freak Power Ticket’
Interview with IF A TREE FALLS Director Marshall Curry on “The Freak Power Ticket” – Podcast Now Available!
On Monday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe spoke with Marshall Curry, co-director of the documentary, If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, which tells the dramatic story of Daniel McGowan and the ELF. “In December 2005, Daniel McGowan was arrested by federal agents in a nationwide sweep of [...]
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Creator Joel Hodgson Interview on The Freak Power Ticket’s Halloween Broadcast
On the Halloween edition of “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, October 31st, 11am), host Ted Coe interviews Joel Hodgson, creator of TV’s Peabody Award-winning comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the touring company Cinematic Titanic. Hodgson's appearance anticipates the Arts & Lectures-hosted debut of Cinematic Titanic at [...]
On Monday, September 19th, Ritchie Young, the frontman for Portland, Oregon-based indie rock band Loch Lomond joined Ted Coe, host of “The Freak Power Ticket,” for a nearly hour-long interview. The two discussed a pair of Loch Lomond music videos, including director Hayley Young’s striking single-take production of their song, [...]
Podcast Now Online: The Holdfast Rifle Company LIVE on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, September 5)
On yesterday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" (Monday, September 5th) The Holdfast Rifle Company made their in-studio debut at KCSB's studios, dealing their brand of honky tonkin' country-and-western music live on 91.9 FM (kcsb.org). Newlywed front man Ralph Lowi (a guitarist and lead vocalist formerly of SB punk-rock bands Automatic [...]
Prof. John Foran on “Che: Part One” and World Revolutions on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, August 15) – UPDATE: Podcast/Audio Now Online!
Throughout the month of August, The UCSB Education Abroad Program Presents the "World Revolutions Film Series" FREE screenings open to the public every Tuesday night at 7pm on the big screen in UCSB's MultiCultural Center Theater. On Monday's broadcast of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe and guest host Harry Lawton will speak with UCSB [...]
A Tribute to Cat Stevens & the 40th Anniversary of “Harold and Maude” on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, August 8)
This week on "The Freak Power Ticket," a tribute to the 40th anniversary of director Hal Ashby's black comedy Harold and Maude and its musical wellspring Cat Stevens. From the mid-1960s through the mid-1970s, the British Steven Demetre Georgiou, who chose the stage name Cat Stevens, was a best-selling folk-rock singer-songwriter. By the late [...]
Dazed and Confused Tribute II on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, August 1): “A Fiesta in the Making.”
Host Ted Coe writes: "My July 4th broadcast of 'The Freak Power Ticket' was a fun (and underpublicized) homage to Richard Linklater's 1994 cult-classic movie Dazed and Confused, about a day in the life of suburban teens living near Austin, Texas, during the Bicentennial Year of 1976. Using the film's complete musical soundtrack as inspiration, [...]
Angelo Spencer Et Les Hauts Sommets is a Seattle-based indie-rock band touring the west coast in support of their most recent release on Calvin Johnson's K Records label, "World Garage." The title is descriptive of the sound created by French-born frontman Angelo Spencer, as the album features influences from Moroccan chaabi, Bollywood [...]
Gardens & Villa’s Music + Interview with Bandmates Adam & Chris: Featured in New Podcast of “The Freak Power Ticket”
On Wednesday, July 13th, Santa Barbara indie-rock quintet Gardens & Villa returned home after several weeks opening for Foster the People, playing sold-out shows in large theaters throughout North America. Gardens & Villa's sold-out headlining set at SOhO Restaurant & Nightclub served as something of a release-party for the band's debut [...]
Zombie 101 with Eric Hamako (“Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain”): “The Freak Power Ticket” PODCAST + more!
On February 16th, 2010, Eric Hamako, a doctoral candidate in the Social Justice Education Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, gave a talk for the UCSB MultiCultural Center's Race Matters Series. Entitled, "Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain: Anti-Arab & Anti-Asian Themes in Zombie Film & Fiction," Hamako's work argues that [...]