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The ZINE Radio Show is a Demoscene Podcast from and for sceners, and everyone curious about one of the oldest but still very lively digital art cultures.
Every month Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid share the latest news and trivia and invite interesting guests for deep-dives into the many disciplines and communities in and around the demoscene.

ZINE: The Radio Show ZINE

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The ZINE Radio Show is a Demoscene Podcast from and for sceners, and everyone curious about one of the oldest but still very lively digital art cultures.
Every month Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid share the latest news and trivia and invite interesting guests for deep-dives into the many disciplines and communities in and around the demoscene.

    #20 UNESCO and the Demoscene - with Melkor

    #20 UNESCO and the Demoscene - with Melkor

    Welcome to Season 3!

    After the success in Finland and Germany, Poland just enlisted the Demoscene as Intangible Cultural Heritage - in this episode, we learn more what all of that means, about the process behind it and how this can help our scene and future adventures.

    Send us questions, suggestions or voice messages to zineradioshow@scene.org

    Join the discussions on the Demoscene Discord Server or our own.

    Follow us on Twitter at @zineradioshow or on Facebook.

    Links in the episode:


    lug00ber's Tuesday Tea & Bass
    Echtzeit - Digitale Kultur, MountainBytes
    Cables.gl
    Demoscene - The Art of Coding; Discord Server
    Komitet Spoleczny Kronika Polskiej Demosceny
    The Meteoriks Awards
    Revision Survey 2022
    DiHalt Demoparty Russia
    Lovebyte Demoparty

    Episode Credits


    Hosts: Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid
    Producer: Shana
    Editing, Audio Jingles and Engineering: lug00ber
    Cover Art: Critikill

    • 1 hr 19 min
    #19 The year ends, the producers join to discuss

    #19 The year ends, the producers join to discuss

    We have delivered the 12th episode this year, as we promised: Our producers, now having satisfied their promise, join for the last episode to explain their motivations, their view on effort and discipline, and share their approach for creating and delivering projects.

    Send us your questions, suggestions and voice messages to zineradioshow@scene.org

    Join the discussion on the Demoscene Discord server or our own.

    Follow us on Twitter at @zineradioshow.

    Links in the episode:

    Cables.gl: https://cables.gl/
    Transmission64: https://transmission64.com/
    TokyoDemoFest: https://tokyodemofest.jp/
    ZINE #12: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=31740
    "The sound of 16-bit" by Ahoy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roBkg-iPrbw
    Bitjam Podcast: http://www.bitfellas.org/page.php?100
    SceneWorld Podcast: https://sceneworld.org/podcast/
    Mystery Demoscene Theater 9000!: https://psenough.github.io/mdt9k/

    Episode credits:

    Hosts: Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid
    Produced by: Gargaj
    Editing, audio jingles, and engineering: Gloom
    Cover art: Critikill

    • 1 hr 37 min
    #18 Themed music compos, IQ talks Shadertoy

    #18 Themed music compos, IQ talks Shadertoy

    We kick off this month with an audience question: Are themed music compos a net positive or net negative? Is there a loss of interest in music compos in general? After that, a discussion about demos using stock assets and commercial engines - is it worth it? Should it be shunned upon? Finally, the legend himself, IQ joins us to tell us the story and beginnings of Shadertoy, how he views the growth of the site and what makes it special, and retells some parts of his stellar career, how his beginnings in the scene allowed him to have it, and his views on the direction of the scene.

    Send us your questions, suggestions and voice messages to zineradioshow@scene.org

    Join the discussion on the Demoscene Discord server or our own.

    Links in the episode:

    "Da Clone" by Halcyon: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=2085
    "Death Room" by TPOLM: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=90275
    "DEMO2" by Ekspert: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=66096
    Cables: https://cables.gl/
    Shadertoy: https://www.shadertoy.com/
    Shader Toy v0.1: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=54180
    "Caffeinate" by P.Malin / Bitshifters Collective: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=90253
    NVScene 2015 Shadertoy Hackathon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjU3rO36zCs
    Revision 2020 Shader Jam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhH__Ge4s6Q
    Shadertoy on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/shadertoy
    "Atrium" by TBC & Loonies: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=50063
    "Fractal Chaos" by GENESiS: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=23945
    "195/95" by Plastic: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=16351
    Quill: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/5910229332328230/
    IQ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iquilezles/

    Episode credits:

    Hosts: Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid
    Produced by: Gargaj
    Editing, audio jingles, and engineering: Gloom
    Cover art: Critikill

    • 1 hr 37 min
    #17 Running the gamut - with Ferris

    #17 Running the gamut - with Ferris

    The versatility of the scene can be overwhelming, but also a sprawling playground for those who want to experience more and more of the possibilities of it all, and none has done more sweeping work across many areas than Ferris, who joins us to talk about his beginnings, his motivation to oscillate between oldschool and newschool platforms, his struggle to give up artistic control, and his desire to look for the next challenge.

    Send us your questions, suggestions and voice messages to zineradioshow@scene.org

    Join the discussion on the Demoscene Discord server or our own.

    Links in the episode:

    Deadline 2021: https://deadline.untergrund.net/2021/
    "Muon Baryon" by Youth Uprising: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=53605
    NVScene 2008: https://nv.scene.org/2008/
    "Edge of Disgrace" by Booze Design: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=51983
    "Nu" by Elix: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=62927
    "Smash It" by Elix: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=64255
    GNU Rocket: https://rocket.github.io/
    Spindle 3.0: http://www.linusakesson.net/software/spindle/v3.php
    "Makeshift" by Logicoma: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=70972
    "Backscatter" by Logicoma: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=65966
    Ferris - "Poly" EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/6p7nHk0GaHcchsfhbYweWT
    "Wrecklamation" by Logicoma: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=75812
    "Overdrive" by Titan: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=61724
    "EON" by The Black Lotus: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=81094
    "Oldschool demos for people who don't like oldschool demos" list: https://www.pouet.net/lists.php?which=88
    Squishy 0.2.0: http://logicoma.io/squishy/
    .kkrunchy 0.23: http://www.farbrausch.de/~fg/kkrunchy/
    Ferris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ferristweetsnow/

    Episode credits:

    Hosts: Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid
    Produced by: Gargaj
    Editing, audio jingles, and engineering: Gloom
    Cover art: Critikill

    • 1 hr 19 min
    #16 Even nostalgia isn't the same anymore

    #16 Even nostalgia isn't the same anymore

    The scene is nothing if not a giant ball of sobbing about how everything was better when computers were just growing their eighth bit - but is that a good thing? Are we taking up the space from the future with the past? What's better, to make a fresh demo on an old platform, or an old demo on a fresh platform? The show dives into these weighty questions while, naturally, reminiscing about old times, because of course.

    Send us your questions, suggestions and voice messages to zineradioshow@scene.org

    Join the discussion on the Demoscene Discord server or our own.

    Links in the episode:

    Nectarine: https://scenestream.net/demovibes/
    "Arcade" by Spectrals: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=88624
    "Median" by Lethargy: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=89850
    "Chiphead" by Altair: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=68505
    FastTracker II Windows Port: https://16-bits.org/ft2.php
    "Amiga Cappella" by Gaspode: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=88526

    Episode credits:

    Hosts: Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid
    Produced by: Gargaj
    Editing, audio jingles, and engineering: Gloom
    Cover art: Critikill

    • 50 min
    #15 The joy of livecoding - with Flopine

    #15 The joy of livecoding - with Flopine

    There's just no denying it: over the last few years the livecoding craze took the demoscene by storm - but what is it? Is it part of the scene? How does it project onto the scene? Where does it meet the scene and where does it avoid it? We sit down with Flopine, the perhaps most prominent personality of the livecoding community, to gain more understanding of what it is and what it isn't, and what her experiences are in the field. Finally, we also have a call to action for you.

    Send us your questions, suggestions and voice messages to zineradioshow@scene.org

    Join the discussion on the Demoscene Discord server or our own.

    Links in the episode:

    Boozedrome IV: https://boozedrome.com/
    In memory of Karoshier / Da Capo: https://www.pouet.net/topic.php?which=12163
    Cookie Collective: https://cookie.paris/
    executable.graphics: https://executable.graphics/
    Lovebyte Battlegrounds: http://battle.lovebyte.party/
    Flopine on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlopineYeah/
    Flopine on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/flopine

    Episode credits:

    Hosts: Axel & Okkie
    Produced by: Gargaj
    Editing, audio jingles, and engineering: Gloom
    Cover art: Critikill

    • 1 hr 11 min

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