Tandem With The Random podcast No. 22 (2/11/2013) features an interview with musician and music journalist John Pfeiffer, a track from Philadelphia-based recording artist Eastburn and another Doctor Who memory from host Brian Kelley in celebration of the science-fiction program’s 50th anniversary…plus a few random thoughts. File size: 6.1 MB. Time: 25 min, 22 sec. Host: Brian Kelley. Interact with Tandem With The Random:
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Links related to guest John Pfeiffer, musician and music journalist:
- @TheECRocker – John Pfeiffer on Twitter
- The Aquarian Weekly: John Pfeiffer – John’s work for The Aquarian Weekly music publication
- Sparkletrash – John’s blog
Doctor Who: Celebrating 50 Years of Fandom! – Flip The Switch Media’s documentary on Doctor Who fans that is seeking funding via Kickstarter.
- My Close Encounter with Doctor Who in NYC – Brian’s original post about his experience watching Doctor Who film parts of season 7’s “The Angels Take Manhattan” in New York City’s Central Park in April 2012.
Links to other things mentioned during the podcast:
- Eastburn – A Philadelphia-based musician whose work was recently brought to the attention of TWTR via Twitter. You can hear his song “Clark Gable” in the podcast, but check out his Bandcamp or Soundcloud profiles for more great tracks…quirky, danceable electronic music with an edge and a bit of a chillwave vibe. Great, great stuff. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.
- On Location Vacations – A web site that tracks filming locations for film and television projects with a Twitter account (@olv) that was vital to host Brian Kelley’s success in tracking down Doctor Who filming in New York City in April 2012.
Hurricane Sandy Relief As a native and resident of New Jersey, I kindly ask you to please visit the links below for information about Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in the Garden State and how you can help:
- State of New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Information Center
- New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
- FEMA Disaster Assistance – Get information and file for federal disaster assistance.
- American Red Cross – Donate to relief efforts!
- Jersey Shore Hurricane News – A Facebook page that has been providing much-needed information, photos, tips and other updates during and after the storm.
- Restore our Shore – A Princeton, NJ-based organization featured on the Nov. 21 special edition of the podcast that is working to raise for funds for relief efforts.