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The GribCast

Join the Gribshnobler as he and his friends geek out about movies, music, books, animation, and whatever else they feel like, supplemented with music by himself and others.

Creative Commons License The GribCast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Banner art by LadyMsGee

Feb 27, 2018

The Gribshnobler returns with his most ridiculously long music special yet, including a special guest appearance by Vlad Lugosi of Vampire Step-Dad.  In addition to a great deal of synthwave and retro synth, he also provides a progressive rock song by Magenta, an experimental electronica piece by Body 13, an unreleased...

Dec 31, 2017

Jonathan Fraser stops by to help the Gribshnobler end the year with some conversation and good music. Jonathan is a guitarist from Huntington Beach, California whose musical output spans the genres of post-rock, solo acoustic guitar, ambient, noise-rock, and black metal.

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Oct 29, 2017

The Gribshnobler returns with another Halloween music special, this time to showcase some Synthwave (aka Outrun, Retro Synth, Retrowave) and other Retro Electronic music, as well as a few non-synthwave tracks for variety.  LadyMsGee makes a guest appearance as well.  Musicians/Bands/Artists in the episode include...

Apr 30, 2017

The Gribshnobler presents another excessively long music special.  All sorts of music can be found here, including Progressive Rock, Indie Rock, avant garde, experimental, Noise, Noise-Rock, Post-Rock, ethereal wave, neoclassical, electronic music, improvisation, Emo, atmospheric black metal, and synthwave.  There is...

Mar 31, 2017

The Gribshnobler is joined by progressive rock songwriter John Demarkis to have a chat and play a whole lot of his music from throughout his life and career.  In addition to prog he also provides us with some jazz fusion, 80s pop, new wave, some collaborations with John Marsden, a few Beatles covers, and even a brand...