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Watch Fucked Up’s Damian Abraham moderate Toronto mayoral debate

Fucked Up has become so respected in the world, that their lead singer just moderated a Toronto mayoral debate! HOW AWESOME IS THAT?!

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No Borders No Race: Episode Roku-Juu-Go

King Baby Duck gives thanks to the ladies of Shonen Knife, and mourns the loss of a place considering something of a landmark for the B3/NBNR crew. Reviews of the anime No Game No Life and Richard Linklater’s film Boyhood are presented, and scorn is thrown at websites praising shitty works of art.

PLAYLIST:

  1. Shonen Knife - Fortune Cookie (from the album Overdrive)
  2. ZAZEN BOYS - RIFF MAN (from the album Zazen Boys III)
  3. Swimbear - Deep Dive (official Bandcamp)
  4. DJ Sashimi - Japanese Girl In New York (from the compilation album I Love J-ROCK)
  5. bloodthirsty butchers - Goth (from the album Youth)
  6. As the Sparrow - The Painter’s Wife (official Bandcamp)
  7. avengers in sci-fi - Citizen Song (from the album Unknown Tokyo Blues)
  8. abingdon boys school - Fre@k $HoW (from the single Innocent Sorrow)
  9. GWAR - Murderers Muse (from the album Beyond Hell)
  10. Cornelius - Perfect Rainbow (from the album The First Question Award[out of print]
  11. noodles - perfect day (from the album Funtime[out of print]

The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on CDJapan.co.jp, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands’ official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.

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ANIME REVIEW | "Akame ga Kill!" Gets A Direct Hit In The Jugular

Akame ga Kill! is bloody, action-packed, heartbreaking, and funny. A smorgasbord of genres all in one show! Check out my review now!

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One-On-One: Naoko Yamano of Shonen Knife

A legend of the Japanese music scene calls in to chat about their new album, a thirty-plus year career, and tasty foods!

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No Borders No Race: Episode Roku-Juu-Yon

Boston FIG has come and gone, but it’s still fresh in our minds! King Baby Duck and the Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime sit down and chat about their highlights in both the digital and tabletop showcase, and why the latter’s was fine proof that the state of the board game industry is strong with creativity and popularity.

PLAYLIST:

  1. Cibo Matto - 10th Floor Ghost Girl (from the album Hotel Valentine)
  2. Boris - Laser Beam (from the album Smile)
  3. Busdriver - Motion Lines (from the album Perfect Hair)
  4. the pillows - Kim Deal (from the album Happy Bivouac)
  5. Soil & Pimp Sessions - Wives and Lovers (from the album Pimpin’)

The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on CDJapan.co.jp, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands’ official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.

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ANIME REVIEW | Poking Fun At Shoujo Clichés In "Nozaki-kun"

Another reason why it’s a great year for anime comedies! My review of Monthy Girls’ Nozaki-kun!

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REVIEW | "Anomaly" Sequel Brings The Fight Back In Full Tactical Force

The battle against the aliens continues in this sequel to Anomaly: Warzone Earth!

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More exciting than the entire Lone Ranger movie!

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"Slash" Plays Matchmaker With Heart and Funny Bone In Tact

Read on to find out why everyone needs to own the card game Slash: Romance Without Borders!

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Boston FIG 2014: A One-On-One Special

King Baby Duck and ESH’s Pandalicious take to the MIT floors as they chat with some of the biggest up-and-comers in the digital and tabletop gaming realm at this year’s Boston Festival of Indie Games! Sitting down with us this year were the folks behind the video games Black Hat Oculus and Blocks of Explosive Dismemberment, as well as the tabletop/card games Moriarty’s MachinationsHenchmen!, and Slash: Romance Without Borders.

CHAPTERS:

  1. Intro (0:00)
  2. Redbeard of Duadikos for Moriarty’s Machinations (02:52)
  3. Nick Garza of Team Future for Black Hat Oculus (09:13)
  4. Lindsey Vanosky of DFL Games for Henchmen! (14:41)
  5. Sam Rogers of Barbaric Softworks for Blocks of Explosive Dismemberment (21:26)
  6. Glenn Given of Games by Play Date for Slash: Romance Without Borders (25:15)

BGM:

"I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl" by Wavves
"Everything Goes To Hell" by Tom Waits
"My Pet Coelacanth" by deadmau5
"Secret Plans" by Eagles of Death Metal
"Eighth Lock" by GWAR
"Hooked On A Feeling" by Blue Swede