So the show I am about to describe to you hasn’t happened yet. Its not my troupe but its a troupe I perform with when I am home as a soloist or collaborator with their other performers. The show had a lot of turbulence getting started this season due to some decisions to exclude long time performers which has lead to…
If you’re in the Los Angeles area or can get there this summer, you have an opportunity to see John Carpenter playing themes from his classic horror movies as well as new material in John Carpenter: Live Retrospective.
The February Musical Madness has ended. We started out with sixty-four musicals, and after many tough battles, we have our winner. The best stage musical, our star of the stage is West Side Story.
It’s the final round of the February Musical Madness. We started out with sixty-four top notch musicals, but we’ve reached the point where we have to decide which shall be the winner. Just one more round, and we’ll have chosen our star. Who shall it be?
This month we are trying to decide which stage musical is the best of them all. We started out with 64 fantastic musicals, but we’ve managed to whittle things down to the final four. Which two will go on to the Championship?
Eight contenders remain in the February Musical Madness. We’re rapidly approaching the final round where we will decide which musical reigns supreme over them all. Which ones will survive this round? It’s time to vote and find out.
*Polls are open now. Oops* The musical madness continues as we’ve reached the Sweet 16. We started out with 64 amazing musicals, but in the end there can only be one show left on the stage. Who will it be? Let’s raise the curtain and find out.
This month we’re trying do decide which is the greatest stage musical of them all. The initial rounds of voting are done, and we’re now down to 32 contenders. Which will survive to make it to the Sweet 16? It’s time to vote and find out.
Sure, you can go see Deadpool, a new romantic comedy, this Valentine’s Day, but don’t forget when you come home, you should also put on some romantic music. Here are eleven songs that are sure to put your partner in the mood for some lovin’.
The battle of the stage musicals continues with round two. We finished the first half of the initial set earlier this week, and now we have to decide which of the remaining thirty-two get to move on.
The march of madness continues on, and now it is time for the O-Deck’s February Musical Madness. This time around we are facing a battle of a musical nature. Sixty-four stage musicals facing off against one another on the stage, but only one shall remain for the curtain call.
In its initial, Ukrainian, form and played by the Ukrainian National Academic Orchestra of Folk Instruments. This is a video from their New Year concert and it is filled with the holiday spirit. And the following videos are covers of the Beatles, Abba, and Misirlou, the one legendary tune from Pulp Fiction, played…
Well, I put forth the call for your best Holidays mixtape you could come up with, and you answered that call quite nicely. I compiled every song submitted (that I could find on Youtube), and created the official 2015 O-Deck Holiday Playlist. Thanks everyone who participated, and enjoy the music.
So with the sad, but not necessarily surprising, news of Scott Weiland’s death I thought about the music I loved from both STP and VR. Since I was in middle and high school when the best Velvet Revolver stuff came out, I was also really into music videos too. I always liked the surreal theme to the (admittedly kind of…
Greetings everyone. Just in time for the holiday season, I’ve decided to bring back the Odeck Mixtape thingamabob. You can probably guess from the post title, and my amazing drawing, what the theme is going to be this time around.
Life is a thousand winding paths in a dark forest of possibilities. We never know where we’re truly headed. We may have a route in mind, only to find out that the road ends. But for every dead end we ram into, two more paths open up.
New Gunship video for their “Tech Noir” track includes claymation with some of your favorite horror and sci-fi characters, plus a voice-over from John Carpenter, who was apparently their plan B. Turn up the volume for this one.
This month Phonogram by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie makes its long awaited return. Fans of this urban fantasy, where music is magic, have been waiting for this for the last five years and it’s finally here. But just what is it about this comic - only thirteen issues before now - that inspires such excitement?
Just throwing this mashup between Blondie and Doctor Who out there on a slow Sunday morning. Honestly they could have gone farther with this, but hey! We have what we have. (And I’m sure this will inspire the community to take this further, amirite?)
Lately I’ve been jamming out to various tunes from pretty much all the geeky shows that have come out as of late. iZombie and Killjoys being the main two I’ve been grooving on. (Plus various soundtracks from stuff like Pacific Rim and Serenity and a few others.)