Popmatic Podcast January 2014: The Best of (Last) Year

By , January 5, 2014


This is the best of the year. If you listen the whole way to the end, there is a whole other mini-episode hidden inside.

Hunger Awareness Month

BOOKS

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

The Circle by Dave Eggers

Beauty Queens by Libby Bray

MaddAddam trilogy by Margaret Atwood

Circle of Six: The True Story of New York’s Most Notorious Cop Killer and the Cop Who Risked Everything to Catch Him by Randy Jurgensen

Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe by Tim Leong

Assimilate: A Critical History of Industrial Music by S. Alexander Reed

audio interview with S. Alexander Reed on I Die You Die site

Storm Kings: The Untold History of America’s First Tornado Chasers by Lee Sandlin

Wild Tales by Graham Nash

MUSIC

the music of Graham Nash

Reflektor by Arcade Fire

check out of vids of Reflektor

The Blessed Unrest by Sara Bareilles

Night Visions by Imagine Dragons

Random Access Memories by Daft Punk

 MOVIES & TV

Prisoners

Upstream Color

All is Lost

Pitch Perfect

Spring Breakers

Leverage (final season of)

Orphan Black

30 Rock (final season of)

Breaking Bad (final season of)

TICKLING OUR FANCY

four new Marvel shows on Netflix

James McBride’s band

Just a Geek by Wil Wheaton

Sorcerer on Blu-ray

It was the year of glitter.

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A transcript of the show is available upon request.

4 Responses to “Popmatic Podcast January 2014: The Best of (Last) Year”

  1. Phil K. says:

    Long live Robert Redford! Nice All is Lost/Gravity discussion (and pic)…
    PK

  2. Wilson! says:

    Long live Robert Redford! Cuaron should make Gravity 2 starring Redford and James Franco (in character as Alien.)

  3. crystal says:

    Mike missed his calling – should have been a Shakespearean actor, or audio book narrator. :)

    My favorite documentary of the year: Blackfish. http://npl.worldcat.org/oclc/858949570
    I hope they win the Oscar and that 30 seconds of airtime during the acceptance speech!

  4. Phil K. says:

    Crystal -Yes Blackfish sure was an eye opener and excellent documentary. Made me sad, angry and annoyed; I’m sure a lot of places that use animals may have similar dark sides, unfortunately.

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