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Magic Junk Radio 5: Go Remix Yourself

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Even in the midst of concentrating on a huge project, one might hear the voice of a smaller project calling, begging to be finished before it gets lost in the shuffle. While such an instance happened to me this month, I will not confess to hearing voices. No sir, not us.

Anyway, that huge project is my second fiction novel. While I know its importance to me takes precedence over anything else, I had started the podcast back in January. Thus, I decided to finish it first. The subsequent result was Magic Junk Radio 5: Go Remix Yourself.

If you’ve haven’t tuned in before, MJR can best be described as an eclectic maelstrom of sounds, voices and samples. #5 catches me on a more serious note than usual, but at the same time tapping into the pop culture groove that I like to mess around with. It clocks in at a magnanimous 18:28— with the funk riffs, hard rock beats, and mix of synths you’re used to. Even some old favorites get revisited through the MJR filters.

Like I mentioned before, this will be the last MJR for a few months, as I focus on the big picture. Nevertheless, I had fun making this podcast as I always do. I hope you enjoy listening. Thanks for reading. Peace.

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Content of Tables:
Change Must Happen 2:12
Your Lot in Life 1:50

She Rides The Night 1:33
Jack Bauer Thrash 1:48
Sexy Wolf 2:19
Techno Whore 2:07
Hobby Vs Career 1:34
Celeste’s Theme 2:14
Run Tantive Run 1:41
Farewell 1:06

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Missed the first four episodes of Magic Junk Radio? For shame! Fear not, redemption is just a click away: MJR 1MJR 2MJR 3MJR 4.

Love it? Hate it? Confused? Let me know. Leave a comment.

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  • Downloading as we speak, Sir.

  • I look forward to any feedback you’d like to offer.

  • First, a question. Did you filter your voice in that opening segment or did you have an actual female-type person?

  • Excellent use of profanity. Can I take credit for that? Doesn’t matter. I am pleased to hear an f* bomb.

  • The Pulp Fiction remix is AWESOME! I am going to watch that movie this weekend now.

  • Thanks for the feedback, DJR. The first segment voice is my wife. In my parody of the Raymond K. Hessel scene from Fight Club, she insisted I not refer to myself in the third person, so I let her say it.

    And I think of an f-bomb like fireworks. When at a fw show, the explosions become repetitive. But if a firework went off in your bedroom at 4AM, you notice it more. Da?

    Hmmm, I just mentioned my wife and fireworks in the bedroom in consecutive paragraphs. I hope she’s reading this. Subliminal addition, baby!

  • If I go to a fireworks show, I expect fireworks. But then that’s just me. And I see what you are saying.

    I tried getting The Wife to Whom I Am Married to play a part. Couldn’t get the right vibe. I wrote some dialog and it just didn’t flow from her. So, I shitcanned that segment. Maybe if I figure out the M/F filter I can play that part myself.

    I think it is a shame your podcast is a hobby because you do a good one. Good luck on your novel.

  • If you ever do come back to it, here is another bit of feedback. I think your remixes are fantastic.

    I like the laid back vibe of your voice tracks. I think you should try and work more of them in to the show. They just need a little more confidence. Not too much or you’ll lose the laid back thing.

    Just my 2 cents. I liked this last one.

  • Behold, a merry fucking sack of constructivity! Thanks man!

    If you ever discover a way to make money off of your podcast, please be sure to tell me. Otherwise, a hobby it will stay.

    I have about 5 or 6 unfinished remixes for MJR 6, so I expect to revisit them in 2-3 months. Gracias again… and good luck to you as well.