If you’ve got something to say, you might as well say it in style. That’s why we put together this awesome package, which will help you get your get your very own podcast off the ground. First, you’ll get to sit in on a live broadcast of Black Tribbles to see what podcasting looks like firsthand.
Next, the Tribbles will meet you for a (catered!) 2-hour brainstorming session to discuss the ins and outs, hows and what-fors of podcasting, and to develop your personal podcasting goals. And finally, Donnie Felton will help you write your very own theme song (which you can use for the podcast, certainly, but also as a ringtone, or as a soundtrack for walking down the street).
- A signed record from Circa Survive
- A selection of titles from Quirk Books, including Geek Wisdom & How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying
Meet Your Experts
Philly Give & Get experts span a wide range of creative, business, and technology backgrounds. All Philly G&G experts provide their time on a 100% volunteer basis and are committed to the vision of our organization.
Areas of Expertise:
- Geek culture
The Black Tribbles’ Bio
Sci-fi, comic books, movies, video games, cartoons; it all gets tossed around by the 5-headed hairy hoard of Black Tribbles
—creator/producer Len Webb aka Bat Tribble, co-producer Kennedy Allen aka Storm Tribble, Erik Darden aka Master Tribble, Randy Green aka SuperTribble and Jason Richardson aka Spider-Tribble. The team reveals untold stories of geek history, showcases new and upcoming projects, and engages in thought-provoking conversation and provide critical insight into a culture often devoid of a black influence, all with a irreverent tone that delights as it educates. A hot item on G-town Radio, iTunes, and Podomatic, the show won the Streaming Media Project of the Year honor at the 2014 Philadelphia Geek Awards. The crew regularly invites their guests and fans to find their own ‘Tribble Designation’ and take the Tribbles’ whimsical oath of allegiance into the Tribble Nation, where everyone is ‘Too Cool to be Geeks, Too Cute to be Nerds; we are Black Tribbles”.
Areas of Expertise:
- Rockin’ out
As a musician/composer, I’ve been active in the Philly scene since the mid-2000s, most visibly as a founding member of psych-pop band Grubby Little Hands
, and as a solo performer under the moniker LMNOP. I also helped found the Philly-based non-profit record label Good Behavior
. I discovered my passion for music from an early age, and spent my formative years learning to play a variety of woodwind, keyboard, percussion and string instruments, before studying music composition, theory and history at Wake Forest University.
Bid It To Win It
October 9 at Johnny Brenda’s