Welcome to the first episode of Bloops and Bleeps, a show about video games, music, and the sweet center of that Venn diagram where they meet. This episode features video game music cover band legends The Minibosses (@minijefes). Watch Blake Morse (@ProfRobot) ask the band all of your favorite questions, followed by almost 90 minutes of pure video game rock.
Saturday June 2nd at 12:00pm watch the premiere of our new show, Bloops and Bleeps, starring the Minibosses. Interviews start at noon, Music starts at 1. Tune in to http://twitch.tv/weekingeek to watch live, or just stare at this widget until the play button becomes available:
Friday June 1 – 9:00pm – ages 21+, $10
MINIBOSSES + Crashfaster @ Hemlock Tavern in SF
Saturday June 2 – 8:30pm - ages 16+, $5 adv/$7 door
MINIBOSSES + Escalona + Gnarboots + Slime Girls + DJ Coco @ Catalyst in Santa Cruz
Sunday June 3 – 2:00pm – all ages, FREE
MINIBOSSES @ Streetlight Records in San Jose
Stay tuned for highlights from the recently aired episode 12 of Week In Geek. Topics include Electronic Arts vs. Bank of America, Uncharted 3, Rock Band Blitz, Double Dragon, even more Kingdoms of Amalur: the Reckoning goodness, and a peek at what your eyeballs will be like in the future thanks to Google Glass. All this and more in the latest episode of Week In Geek with Blake and Raychul. We tried some new video and audio stuff this week. It mostly worked, but trying to show you an Atari game about Journey crashed the feed. Oops?? Tune in next Friday at noon for even more awesomeness!
Street Fighter IV, SimCity 4, Playstation 4, Assassin’s Creed III, Mass Effect 3, Darksiders II, and other things that don’t have numbers in them. What do they all have in common? Why, it’s the fact that they’re all topics covered on episode number 11 of Week in Geek with Blake and Raychul, which is your number one favorite show… right?
Glass Home may be a relatively new venture for all of us, but man if it hasn’t taken off quick! So quick in fact that we’re already needing help producing our awesome shows as well as working on other projects. So we’ve decided to turn to you, dear sweet internets, to help us find interns that are a “right fit” for the kind of things we’re working on.
Want to be a video producer?
Hit us up!
Want to learn how to make a show and publish it on the world wide web?
Hit us up!
Can you make an epic cup of coffee?
Once again, hit us up!
Think you’ve got what it takes to hop in front of a camera?
You’re not going to believe this, but hit us up!
We need people that can do all these things and more
To apply for a Glass Home Internship simply send a cover letter explaining why you’re the best candidate to join our team of high-tech super ninjas and a resume to email@example.com
This is an unpaid internship, but like I said, we are new and small, so the potential for this to grow into a regular, paid position is not out of the question for the right candidates, but, like everything in life, there are no guarantees.
Be sure to check out our ad on Craigslist or shoot us an email if you have any questions!
Good luck and may the force be with you!
It’s double digits time with episode 10 of Week in Geek. Blake and Raychul discuss the week’s video game news topics, including Dragon Age II DLC, Mass Effect 3′s Ending(s), Darkstalkers 2, The Walking Dead game from Telltale, plus a look at the new Tom Clancy game Ghost Recon Future Soldier.
On their first live episode since last week’s epic GDC 3-day marathon, Blake and Raychul tackle a whole bag-load of topics: Diablo III, Shoot Many Robots, Quantic Dream’s Kara Tech Demo, Starhawk, Hell Yeah, and more!
We’re sorry, but some silicon ghosts raided our video storage banks and accidentally deleted the full episode. You can still watch highlights on our YouTube channel.
Blake and Raychul host their third and final GDC special episode of Week in Geek at Twitch TV’s headquarters in San Francisco. This episode has so many guests your head will explode — @WesleyRuscher and @DamJess start the show and then we are joined by Alex Peake and the Code Hero crew from Primer Labs.