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The Leftscape Podcast: ‘The Biker and the Bard (Episode 44)’

The Leftscape Podcast continues to celebrate Poetry Month by interviewing biker poet, J. Barret Wolf, and discussing modern interpretations of Shakespeare.

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Songs in the Key of X, Episode 26: Monsters

Jeffery X Martin presents his five favorite songs about hidden monsters in the latest installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X.’

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 25: Sugar

Hail, Bob! ‘Songs in the Key of X’ travels back to the raucous 1990s as Jeffery X Martin presents you with his five favorite songs by Sugar.

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 24: Disco That Doesn’t Suck

‘Songs in the Key of X’ journeys back to the perilous era of 70s dance music so Jeffery X Martin can gift you with his five favorite disco songs.

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 23: 1973

Jeffery X Martin talks about his five favorite songs from 1973 on this week’s installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X,’ brought to you in stereo!

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 22: Creative Differences

When a famous band replaces their lead singer, odds are they’ll end up under the scrutiny of Jeffery X Martin on ‘Songs in the Key of X.’

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 21: Superdrag

This week’s ‘Songs in the Key of X’ is all about Tennessee’s own Superdrag, a band you should have never stopped listening to.

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 20: X Goes to Jail

You are hereby sentenced to listen to the latest episode of ‘Songs in the Key of X,’ which features some of Jeffery X Martin’s favorite songs about jail.

The Week In Horror: Adrienne Barbeau, ‘Rabid,’ ‘A Quiet Place 2’

A horror legend has a new podcast, surprising news about a sequel and a remake, and Tim Murr rediscovers the 90s in ‘The Week in Horror.’

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 19: 1972

‘Songs in the Key of X’ whisks you away to the magical land of 1972, where hard rock, funk, and jazz fusion lived side by side on the charts!

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 18: The Valentine’s Day Show

‘Songs in the Key of X’ celebrates Valentine’s Day by giving you five songs about love that are not good, but that’s the kind of show this is.