Le Vestibule est une pièce transitoire habitée par des musiques à caractère électronique et dont l'accès mène là où votre propre abandon vous guide. L'émission Le Vestibule, spécialisée en musiques électroniques, est présentée en direct tous les samedis soirs de 21 h à 23 h sur les ondes de CFOU 89,1 FM, la radio campus de l'Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Écoutez en direct à l'adresse : http://www.cfou.ca/endirect.htm, et écoutez l'émission en différé en version podcast dans la section Archives du site : http://www.myspace.com/levestibule.
Spike Nesmith is an enigma, wrapped in a riddle, covered by mystery, with a side order of pancakes. He's been called "the most dangerous man in radio"*, and now, the award-winning Scottish broadcaster brings his trademark brand of oral irritation to the internet. Prior to assuming the role of the internet's most entertaining, intriguing and enigmatic talk host, he was the star of one radio station and the scourge of another, a theatrical director and playwrite, a behind-the-scenes production god and cheeky on-air slag-for-hire in the central belt of Scotland, an incessantly drunk producer for an ill-fated radio soap opera in Belfast, a writer and performer in several radio comedy series, an on-demand comedy writer for BBC Scotland, an internationally syndicated showbiz commentator and was producer, head writer and co-host of 2004's "Large Market Talk Show Of The Year". He exudes a hitherto unseen “minivan cool, drinks like a fish and refuses to apply for citizenship "until the country cleans itself up". Shows are updated weekly on Thursday mornings (US eastern times). To interact with the show, email: TheRageMachine@gmail.com Got a microphone attached to your PC? Leave a terse voice message for The Rage Machine here: http://odeo.com/sendmeamessage/TheRageMachine * he once broke a tape machine.
By Spike Nesmith
Hell Raiser is hosted by myself, myself being Alex, and my droog, roommate, and fellow muscian Fed. We broadcast from Rutgers-Newark, on WRNU 103.9. The station is currently undergoing a few major changes and we thought podcasting would be a good way to reach outside the broadcasting confines of Newark. We listen to, play, and love heavy metal, hard rock, and grunge. So if you like those things, give the show a shot. It's free after all, and who doesn't love free.