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Apologies for the lateness of this show, I (The Ken) have been ill.

This week: The Big Dog is off the chain, yeah that’s right, Ken’s hosting again. That’s really all you need to know….no?…ok, this week we discuss The latest activistprank from the Yes Men, New moons and hipsters, Hack your face!, Kim’s analogue dream tape, Stuff, The weirdness of Mandella’s interpreter, Brazilian football is Smash TV, Nintendo gayness, and Florida’s cache of medieval weapons.

PersonnelKim Monaghan, Frater Isla, and Ken Eakins




This month we remember the late, great Terence McKenna. The author, lecturer, scientist and philosopher was the heir apparent to Timothy Leary, bringing more lucidity, humor and insight to spreading the gospel…










Coincidence Control Network: File #057 – Super Sex with Al Goldstein

This week: The CCN crew stumbles drunkly into 2014 still a man down, Rest in Peace Al Goldstein you rough and ready diamond, Sex makes you done smarter, Dem robots took our joooobs, I’ve heard of pussy power…but this?, and those wacky DEA boys are at it again.

PersonnelJoe Nolan, Frater Isla, and Ken Eakins



Happy HolidaysCoincidence Control Network: File #056 – Tila Tequila Ate Our Episode!

This week: Ho Ho, Kin’ Ho! Satan to get a statue?, Tila Tequila turns to Hitler, Print your food!, Mysterious puzzles on the interwebs, Playstations: the refuge of the damned!, Blockbuster Video: good night sweet prince, and NSA getting their Judgements.

PersonnelJoe Nolan, Frater Isla, and Ken Eakins



Coincidence Control Network: File #054 – Attack of the Modern Caveman This week: Pussy Riot update, the slow television of Norway, Detroit bark city?, Matt Forney is a massive dick-bag, Dark Wallet…


While George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead was originally panned by critics in 1968, the film has gone on to wide acclaim — it jump-started modern zombie cinema, and also mixed-in…


Laurent Bouzereau’s Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir features the eponymous director in conversation with his longtime friend and producer, Andrew Braunsberg – the pair have known one another since 1964. With that…



One of my favorite movie-going experiences of 2012 was spending four Saturday and Sunday afternoons watching Mark Cousins’ The Story of Film: A 15-hour history of cinema that A.O. Scott of The New…



When we talk about travelling to the stars, we often talk in terms of technological development and pushing past the current limits bounding the horizons of space science. However, one thing a…