Jive | Jivestreams from Emo Dojo

Jive | Jivestreams from Emo Dojo

Jivestreams is a support group for music industry insiders; a podcast that talks talent, effort, creativity, and mental health in an honest and open manner. Learn more about Jive at Jivestreams.com Produced by Emo Dojo ❤️ Previously called Bipolar Style, Art of Emotions, Signal Jams, and others — Since 2016.


January 20, 2023 7 min
Jive and Brother G review the East Bay Yesterday podcast, by Liam O’Donoghue.

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Jive and Brother G review the I Don't Know About That podcast, by Jim Jeffries.

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January 20, 2023 8 min
Jive and Brother G review the Everything Everywhere Daily podcast.

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January 20, 2023 6 min
JIve and Brother G review The Drum History Podcast from Bart Ven Der Zee.
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JIve and Brother G review The Wrestling Show from The Ringer network on Spotify. This is the first attempt at a podcast review, Its a trainwreck. You get what you paid for. We have to start somewhere. People claim they want "authentic." Here you go ...
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January 10, 2023 28 min
Jive and Brother G talk about their relationship with professional wrestling past, present, and future.
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Jive talks to Brother G about focusing this show on podcast reviews, and the appropriation of the song “Pick A Bale Of Cotton” by bands like ABBA.

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December 25, 2022 35 min
Jive and Brother G get real about which Christmas movies are any good, and which ones they've even seen to begin with. Then, they talk Santa Claus, parental deception, and the various versions of "Christmas" ... religious baby Jesus birthday Christmas, Jewish Hannukah Christmas, Kwanza Christmas ... and everyone's favorite, Capitalist Christmas!!
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December 22, 2022 7 min
Let’s talk TV game shows real quick …
  • Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?
  • The Price Is Right
  • Family Feud
  • Jackass
  • Steve Harvey
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    December 22, 2022 20 min
    Jive asks Brother G about a podcast rabbit-hole he stumbled into where it seems an entire community of improv actors(?), or stand-up comics(?), have a network of podcasts(?) that seem to exist solely to talk smack about each other.

    Is this all real drama, or constructed entertainment? Is this another result of The Power of Bad? Where negativity grabs the attention because humans are hardwired to notice danger? Just for clicks and do...
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    November 22, 2022 33 min
    Jive talks with Brother G. about the value and costs of social media platforms versus other online services. Try the new chapter feature and fast-forward/rewind throughout this episode.

    If this were an album, it would feature classic hits, like ...

    YouTube Already Has A Twitter Built-In?
    Who is complaining about $8 Twitter?
    The Good Things About Paid Social Media
    Digression: Peripheral / Amazon Studios
    Vegas Is Like Florida West; Let'...
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    Jive and Brother G talk new music from old bands; featuring commentary on new releases from Dead Cross, Stryper, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Skid Row. A huge digression about Van Halen II Vs. Women And Children First erupts, then the dudes finish up with a review of an excellent debut from Taipei Houston. Show opens with a discussion on people using movie quotes as cover for saying racist sh*t, and transitions with a quick chat ...
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    Jive talks to Brother G about Kayne and Herschel, the 2022 midterm elections, getting yourself 86'd from social media and other super-pressing issues of the day. Oh, hey — we moved back to Spreaker/iHeartMedia.

    New podcast recommendations:

    Time for Your Hobby
    Better Call Daddy
    Drunk Bitches Be Like
    Podcasting Sucks
    Good Morning Podcasters
    Everything, Everywhere, Daily
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    July 28, 2022 20 min
    John | Podcasting about the concept of slur words, and who might use them. 
    Do you utilize the privilege you’ve earned? Just because you can, does it mean it’s a good idea?
    Do you get offended when others use your privileged slur?
    This show covers descriptive slurs like:

    Words with estbalished meanings, such as:

    Words that sound bad:
    Niggardly (Swedish — nygart)
    Ritard (Italian — ritardando)
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    John podcasting about “podcaster posers” on Twitter, then sharing his favorite offbeat documentaries including ...
    Pigeon Kings (2019)
    TFW NO GF (2020)
    The New Deal for Artists (1976)
    Planet of The Humans (2020)
    Jimi & Sly: The Skin I'm In (2000)
    Hanzi (2016)
    Will Work For Views: Lo-Fi Life of Weird Paul (2017)
    California Typewriter (2016)
    Harmontown (2014)
    Carts of Darkness (2015)

    Original audio available free, without ads, at JohnPo...
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    June 27, 2022 27 min
    This transitonal episode explains how John finally came up with a new name for the podcast he records at his studio, Emo Dojo. What once started as Bipolar Style in 2016, is now Signal Drops in 2022. We cover podcast intro music (with examples), the evolution of a name, how to include guests, and more. 
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    John Emotions talks to longtime, regular guest, G-Shock, who wants to stop being shocking(?!?)
    So, John rechristens G-Shock as "Regular G," who then goes on to explain the subtle nuances he sees with the various N-words. 
    Follow John Emotions on Twitter @johnemotions 
    Original audio available free without ads at EmoDojo.com
    And now, back to the wall.
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    John Emotions talks to dedicated Emo Dojo Mofo known only as "J." 
    J shares his bipolar journey from a young kid through a late-in-life diagnosis that changed the way he thinks about it all. 
    This podcast episode is a good example of two functioning adults who both happen to be diagnosed with (at least) bipolar disorder having a discussion on what it's really like to live — and often thrive — with brain differences.
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    John Emotions welcomes back visual artist, Marci Delmastro, in a Twitter Spaces experiment / bonus episode.
    We follow up on Marci's progress in the NFT marketplace, and how she's working through the many emotions of an artist in 2022. 
    Visit Marci on Twitter @bPolarArt 
    Visit John on Twitter @JohnEmotions 
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    John Emotions talks with Alex Hobby about his podcast, "Time For Your Hobby."
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