We're Tripulse, and this is a podcast. In the Tripod, we talk about various things such as music, video games, what's going on in Tripulse, and pretty much whatever other nonsense we sidetrack into. In case it's not obvious, we don't script these. There's not really any good way to describe the Tripod as a whole in a single summary because of that, so if you're curious about our shenanigans, take a chance and find out what we do for yourself.
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The E3 One - Tripod ep. 18
The release of the month is Nurture by Porter Robinson, plus a whole bunch of other interesting music is mentioned, and also E3 happened so naturally there's a lot of talk about that. Podcast stuff happens.
Emergent Comedy - Tripod ep. 17
We've been gone for a while so there's no release of the month, we just talk about a bunch of different stuff. And then later we talk about a bunch of other different stuff. There are opinions. How do you do podcast descriptions again? I forgot.
The Almost Lost Episode - Tripod ep. 16
In this almost-lost episode of the podcast from the end of 2020, presented in premium Discord server audio quality, Wontolla's Raindancer (And Other Stories) is the release of the month, the game awards get put in their place, and Cyberpunk.
Post-Gamer Consumer Horror - Tripod ep. 15
The release of the month is Bring Me The Horizon's POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR, and it was definitely chosen legitimately with no rigged votes at all, which doesn't backfire at all on Adrian. Also we talk about game remasters being unnecessary and complain a lot.
Part of the Problem - Tripod ep. 14
There's no release of the month this time because of how long it's been since the last episode of the podcast, so instead we ramble about a bunch of stuff, shout about some things, and do it all over Discord because the audio machine broke.
That’s Pretty Neat – Tripod ep. 13
The highly contentious releases of the month are Lifeline by Tsuruda, and System Failure by Kompany and Soltan. We also discuss the optimal ratio of singles to album tracks, plus a wide variety of new music of many styles, also some video games and such.