Top tracks on Soundclound


  • Podquisition 219: The Comrade Comedy Hour

    What a blessed union we make on this podcast.

  • EA Staff - Kick Ass!
  • Bloodborne: Cleric Beast

    For promotional use only. (c) & (P) 2015 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

  • Podquisition 220: What The F*ck Is Anthem Talking About?

    This week's quite game heavy. We talk about the latest Fallout 76 hilarity, we talk about Gav's experience with Anthem, we chat Metro Exodus, Far Cry, and more. Wow, games!

  • The Co-Optional Podcast Ep. 240 ft. The Completionist

    Watch The Co-Optional Podcast live at on Tuesdays at 3pm ET. Genna, Jesse & Dodger are joined by The Completionist in this episode of the Co-Optional Podcast. Enjoy! The Completionist Dodger Jesse Cox Follow Me ☆Twitter - ☆Instagram - ☆Twitch - ☆Discord - ☆Reddit- FTC ☆This video is NOT sponsored. #CoOptionalPodcast #GennaBain #TheCompletionist #JesseCox #DexBonus

  • The Spin-Off Doctors: Pokemon The Unown Entei Adventure Of Kidnapping Third Movie

    Be the best that you can be, and if a mustachioed dog kidnaps you, play along.

  • Podquisition 218: Gag Reflex

    This week is a zesty one! We talk about movies, vibrato, throats, and maybe sometimes games like Apex Legends and other stuff.

  • Podquisition Episode 177: We're Now A PUBG Clone

    We mentioned frying pans too many times, now our podcast copied PUBG! Elsewhere, we chat about Extinction, Gav's Warframe experience, and more Pokemon shenanigans. Also, some silliness about a loose-lipped NIS boss!

  • #013 - Jogos mais interessantes do começo de 2019 + Retorno e afins
    Critical Cast

    No episódio dessa semana, voltamos à ativa e falamos sobre os principais lançamentos do começo do ano, além da groselha tradicional. Obrigado pela audiência!

  • Detroit: Become Human — Connor Main Theme By Nima Fakhrara

    Three themes from Detroit: Become Human, each focusing on one of the title's main characters, and each scored by a different composer. Detroit: Become Human launches May 25, 2018 on PS4.

  • a16z Podcast: Who's Down with CPG, DTC? (And Micro-Brands Too?)

    with Ryan Caldbeck (@ryan_caldbeck), Jeff Jordan (@jeff_jordan), and Sonal Chokshi (@smc90) It's clear that all kinds of commerce companies and consumer products have been disrupted -- or enabled -- by tech. Yet for certain categories, like consumer packaged goods (CPG), it seems like tech hasn't changed things very much. How is the rise of so-called "micro-brands" (or emerging brands) playing out here? And, how is it possible that "real" -- different -- innovation isn't really happening in the CPG industry, despite the tremendous legacy of brand, talent, and more in the space? How are CPG companies tackling grocery, which represents the perfect end-capsule and case study of challenges -- and opportunities -- in going from offline to online, from online to offline, and more? As for grocery itself, stores themselves (in the U.S. at least) haven't changed very much due to tech, either... is it a last-mile delivery thing; could we also possibly move to distribution-only centers in the future? Finally, while the holy grail of performance marketing and personalization remains elusive for the industry -- let’s face it, most brands are still guessing in the dark (and forget trying to customize offerings!) -- even going direct-to-consumer (DTC) hasn't been shining as much of a light here as one might expect. Or so argue the guests in this episode of the a16z Podcast, featuring Ryan Caldbeck of CircleUp, along with a16z general general partner Jeff Jordan, in conversation with Sonal Chokshi. Cuz this episode is all about CPG, DTC; micro-brands, yah you know, all kinds of commerce.

  • Ashley Johnson and Troy Baker - Wayfaring Stranger Live
    Folk & Singer-Songwriter

    A special musical performance by Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson, recorded live at PlayStation Experience 2017.

  • a16z Podcast: Gaming Goes Mainstream

    Bobby Kotick is the CEO of Activision Blizzard (a merger he engineered); it's one of only two video gaming companies in the Fortune 500, and the largest game network in the world. The company is responsible for some of the most iconic entertainment franchises, including Call of Duty, Candy Crush, Overwatch, and World of Warcraft -- as well as its own professional esports league. So in this episode of the a16z Podcast, Marc Andreessen interviews Kotick on everything from the evolution of video games in the 1980s to gaming trends more broadly. What changes as gaming goes from "just for nerds" to "just for kids" and spreads more broadly into entertainment and cultural phenomena (esports, Fortnite, Pokemon Go, etc.)... both online and offline? The conversation originally took place at our annual innovation a16z Summit in November 2018 -- which features a16z speakers and invited experts from various organizations discussing innovation at companies small and large. You can also see other podcasts and videos from this event here:

  • Checkpoint 5x03 - A Rúnától a játékzenékig

    Az IDDQD podcastjének 5x03-as (összesen 101.) adása Grathtel és Stökivel. Vendég: Buttinger Gergely játékzeneszerző, grafikus. Téma: Gergely munkássága a Rúna "Kis Mészáros" karikatúráitól a NeoCore-nak készített játékzenéiig.. Kísérőposzt linkekkel:

  • Detroit: Become Human — Kara Main Theme By Philip Sheppard

    Three themes from Detroit: Become Human, each focusing on one of the title's main characters, and each scored by a different composer. Detroit: Become Human launches May 25, 2018 on PS4.

  • Podquisition Episode 217: I'm Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse joins us as a special guest, definitely, for Kingdom Hearts III.

  • Gaijin Dash #37 : Kingdom Hearts 3
  • LTB#387 POW, POS and Self Fulfilling Counter Prophecies
    Let's Talk Bitcoin!

    ##On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin... Andreas M. Antonopoulos and Stephanie Murphy join Adam B. Levine for an in-depth discussion on the ups and downs of consensus reality and the two "big" methods (Proof of Work and Proof of Stake) which we use to define it. Topic 1: Proof of Stake and Proof of Work Discussion Topic 2: Ethereum Update and Upgrade Path --- Partial transcript from about 35 minutes in... ANDREAS M. ANTONOPOULOS: "The problem with proof of work as a system is that it's so poorly understood and it's very difficult to see what benefits it offers.... Immutability and resistance against state level colluding actors are benefits you don't really see until somebody tries to attack them. The fact that they don't attack them, in bitcoin, is not something you can celebrate because it's like proving a negative. Another way to put it is that no one really pays attention to a surgeon until their patients start dying. It's very difficult to say 'look at how good I am because none of my patients have died lately', but it's very easy to point to the surgeon famous for performing an operation with the 300% mortality rate. He did an amputation in 25 seconds, during which he managed to also amputate some of the fingers of one of his surgery assistants... And it was such a horrific scene that one of the audience members died from shock. Then the patient and the assistant died from sepsis days later, making it the only surgery with 300% mortality rate... Now, you can point to that and say "That's not a good surgeon" but it's very difficult to look at a surgeon and say "Well, nobody's died yet so that's a good surgeon". This is a general problem with security, because security working means that nothing bad happened. And the absence of something bad happening is not a provable thing. SO you can say that Bitcoin is secure. How do you know? well, it's hasn't been successfully attacked yet. Could it be successfully attacked? Could someone amass 51%? And we can point to examples of smaller systems which have been attacked like Classic Recently, but the problem is it's really hard to see that value. Same thing with immutability... --- Tip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38K or Via the Lightning Network at --- Thanks for listening to this episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, content for todays show was provided by Andreas Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy and Adam B. Levine. This episode was edited by Dave/Adam and featured music by Jared Rubens and Gurty Beats Send questions or comments to [email protected]

  • LTB#388 - Controlling Bitcoin?
    Let's Talk Bitcoin!

    *"We're beginning to see the first steps of backlash against the assertion of cryptocurrencies... **That commerce will flow freely on the internet" - Andreas M. Antonopoulos*** ##On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin... Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, and Jonathan Mohan once again join Adam B. Levine for a discussion on the theory and practice of applying international sanctions to individual bitcoin addresses. What starts as merely annoying could become much worse... or not! We talk about it. Then, in case anybody was wondering, Bitcoin is in a bear market! The cycle continues! We talk about that, too. --- Tip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38K or Via the Lightning Network at --- Thanks for listening to this episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, content for todays show was provided by Andreas Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine. This episode was edited by Dave/Adam and featured music by Jared Rubens and Gurty Beats Send questions or comments to [email protected]

  • Studio 404 #67 / Janvier 2019 : Les millenials, les millenials, les robots et la French Tech

    Janvier 2019, déjà ! Alors que Studio 404 entame sa 7e saison, saison de la raison et 1ère saison si on compte en saisons-chien, l'équipe se réunit dans le loft de 250 m² qu'une de ses membres a pu s'offrir depuis qu'elle s'est lancée dans le podcast game qui rapporte de l'argent. Dans le but de préserver son anonyMat, nous nE LIvreronS paS son nom, ah çA non, c'est pas le style de la maison. Au programme de cette première émission de l'année 2019 : - Des millenials surmenés mais par un pas millenial du tout, mais woke (FibreTigre) - Des millenials surmenés mais par une millenial, du coup (Mélissa) - Des robots, de la silicon valley et de l'inclusivité (#Paley2022) - De la French Tech parce qu'il fallait bien taper gratuitement sur quelque chose et que Daz adore ça Comme le veut la coutume, cette émission est animée par Lâm, sonorisée par Ghislain, jinglée par Angy et organisée par Sam. Bonne écoute et si vous voulez pousser la discussion, n'hésitez plus et venez discuter avec nous sur notre forum ! --------- Ecoutez Studio 404 sur Apple Podcasts : Ecoutez Studio 404 sur n'importe quelle app de podcasts : Rejoignez-nous : Sur le twitter de Qualiter : @dequaliter ( Sur le twitter de Studio 404 : @Studio404 ( Vous pouvez également soutenir Qualiter en participant à notre patreon :