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This podcast features remixes and b-side material from Dead Poets Society and their label Carpe Diem Publishing. Occasionally it includes insight from the creators involved in the production of this rare and cool stuff.

Remixes and Reflections Wa Conner and Raven Nightshado/Dead Poets Society

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This podcast features remixes and b-side material from Dead Poets Society and their label Carpe Diem Publishing. Occasionally it includes insight from the creators involved in the production of this rare and cool stuff.

    Episode #10 "Quintessential (live)"

    Episode #10 "Quintessential (live)"

    Photograph by Michal Kawka This is the version of “Quintessential” that was performed during the Dead Poets Society’ 2002 west coast tour. This recording was made at the Zebra Lounge in Bozeman, Montana. The set featured the following songs:Fire Boltthe Voice of Ecstasythe Electric HazeSynnersCars (by Gary Numan)I Dream of Japan (at the movies in Tokyo mix)Tainted Love (by Soft Cell)I Don’t (Andrea’s Fault mix)QuintessentialWish (by Nine Inch Nails)Quintessential performed by:Keyboards and Synths: Boba Fett (Eric Mason Drake)Keyboards and Synths: Raven NightshadoDrums and Percussion: Wa ConnerQuintessential (live)Subscribe on:Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayRSS feed (for apps)

    After the Ball (stark raven mad mix)

    After the Ball (stark raven mad mix)

    This is Raven Nightshado’s sultry and sexy remix of “After the Ball” that also appeared with “It’s  too late (dead poets society)” on Minefield’s Decomposition: Re-Inventing Minefield remix album that was released in 2003.“After the Ball (stark raven mad mix)”Subscribe on:Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayRSS feed (for apps)

    Episode #9 - Tainted Love

    Episode #9 - Tainted Love

    Enjoy our live performance of “Tainted Love” by Soft Cell. This version was performed in Bozeman, Montana, circa 2002 with Raven Nightshado on vocals and synths, and Wa Conner on drums. If you enjoy The Dresden Dolls, you’ll probably enjoy this scaled down punk/cabaret arrangement.cover art by Raven Nightshado, cover design by Wa ConnerEpisode 9 - Tainted LoveSubscribe on:Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayRSS feed (for apps)

    Episode #8 - The Powerful Play

    Episode #8 - The Powerful Play

    As many of you know the name of our band was inspired by the 1989 Peter Weir film starring Robin Williams, Ethan Hawke, and Robert Sean Leonard. One of the first songs we created was “The Powerful Play”. It is the only song to date that has been directly inspired by the film. The lyric we used was derived from the scene in which Mr. Keating explains what poetry is all about. Moreover he explains how important it is to live a creative life that is filled with romance and meaning by quoting from Walt Whitman’s poem “O me! O life!” from Whitman’s 1900 edition of Leaves of Grass.By the way the podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts! You can also subscribe with any other RSS feed reader/pod catcher you choose.Episode 8 - The Powerful PlaySubscribe on:Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayRSS feed (for apps)

    Episode #7 - The NIN Edition

    Episode #7 - The NIN Edition

    This episode features two Dead Poets Society remixes of songs by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, our 2005 remix of “Only”, and our 2008 remix of “Survivalism”.I also emerge from lurking and say hello.The podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts! This episode is posted there.You can also subscribe with any other RSS feed reader.Ep 6 - DPS: remixes and reflections - the nin editionSubscribe on:Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayRSS feed (for apps)

    Collide - "Halo (dead poets society mix)"

    Collide - "Halo (dead poets society mix)"

    Enjoy our remix of Collide’s “Halo” from their 2000 album CHASING THE GHOST.  We made this remix at their request in 2003 to be considered for their remix album VORTEX but ultimately it did not end up on VORTEX. So enjoy this mix that is unavailable anywhere else.Collide - Halo (dead poets society mix)Subscribe on:Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayRSS feed (for apps)

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