35 episodes

A podcast about no thing in particular, with extremely fascinating hosts: Josh Windisch and Rob Brogan.

Sorry to get back on topic Josh Windisch and Rob Brogan

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A podcast about no thing in particular, with extremely fascinating hosts: Josh Windisch and Rob Brogan.

    Sunday Hangout: Hans Zimmer Pt. 1

    Sunday Hangout: Hans Zimmer Pt. 1

    Alex and Rob got a hot tip from Mike Rapin that we should discuss Hans Zimmer’s music.



    In this episode we talk about Zimmer’s style in general, and break down a few samples from Inception. For reasons, we have cut the samples down and encourage you to hit PAUSE when we call out the track, look it up on YouTube or Spotify and then come back to the discussion.



    For your convenience, here are the ones we bring up:



    Wonder Woman theme



    Inception: Dream Is Collapsing [YouTube]



    Edith Piaf – Non, Je ne regrette rien [YouTube]



    Inception: Dream Within a Dream [YouTube]



    Inception: Paradox [YouTube]







    Some cool bonus material!

    • 52 min
    Byebye Spotify

    Byebye Spotify

    A quick update from Rob. We only have one listener on Spotify so we won’t be maintaining our feed on Spotify.



    Please send us a tweet @sorrytopic



    Or hop into our super relaxed, free chat platform on Telegram. Look up the app to download on your device. Then you can follow this link to join: https://t.me/Sorrytogetbackontopic



    If none of those suit your fancy you can email Rob at: robrogan @ gmail

    • 7 min
    Warning: not compatible with birds

    Warning: not compatible with birds

    Mike calls in to offer a theory about what Josh brought up in the Quarantine Crossing episode.

    • 18 min
    Sunday hangout: gaming in the galaxy

    Sunday hangout: gaming in the galaxy

    Episode 30 of STGBOT is yet another with special guest Alex Monroe. 



    Alex’s percussion group isn’t doing anything during quarantine. There’s a lot of work that goes into the trending zoom-music performances people might be familiar with. 



    We talked about the fatigue of video chats/conferences/calls all the time and wanting to get away from the computer. 



    On the other hand… we really love this game called Elite Dangerous, and then Rob offers a bit of comparison to No Man’s Sky, and the real life scientific tool called Gaia Sky. 



    Links to the games in their respective order:



    https://www.elitedangerous.com/buy/steam/elite-dangerous-cmdr-deluxe-edition



    https://www.nomanssky.com/



    http://gaia-sky.readthedocs.io





    the lore tour Alex was talking about



    Finally, if you’re bored of all those topics, skip to the 50 minute mark where we have questions for YOU, listener. Email Rob your responses. 

    • 54 min
    Sunday hangout: not so technical, don’t worry

    Sunday hangout: not so technical, don’t worry

    This time we switch gears and get into other topics.



    To be honest, I edited this a week ago and have no idea what we talk about.



    Enjoy!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Sunday hangout: a boring, technical episode

    Sunday hangout: a boring, technical episode

    Yeah being honest here. Alex and Rob just talk about computer specifications for about an hour as Rob just purchased a fully-upgraded iMac and Alex debates getting a new laptop or desktop.



    Feel free to skip this one.



    In the mean time!! Send us a tweet already

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Robrogan ,

Entirely objectively speaking: the perfect podcast

I love this show! So fascinating to hear about other people, especially Rob :)

MikeRapin ,

Hang out with some friends

I love this show just for the laid back, hangout feel. The show is super well edited with clips of music, information, and other background stuff that enhances the entire listening experience. The broad range of topics gives enough information to satisfy some curiosity and encourage you to learn beyond the discussion in each episode.

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