This month High Five Spaceship launched a Kickstarter for their third album, codename #yellowalbum. High Five Spaceship is an electronic production outfit headed up by Christopher Bingham, collaborating with artists around the world including Bryarly, Daniel Dobbs, Robert Gillies, Corinna Jane, Carlos Montero, TVMPST, and more. Following two successful first albums, Progress and MMCCXV, which were both crowdfunded, they have begun work on a third that promises to be bigger, brighter, and tonally quite different from the previous offering.
This week on the internet radio podcast show I Will Save You From the Future (stylised as: I Will Save You From the Future) Christopher’s guest was Brad WOTO (Bradley World of the Orange), Twitch streamer and PewDiePie editor, actress, and the subject they talked long form about was the subject of holograms. The Microsoft Hololens Mixed reality: Your world is the canvas Microsoft HoloLens is the first self-contained, holographic computer, enabling you to engage with your digital content and interact with holograms in the world around you SEE WHY HOLOLENS
You might think you’ve peeped the scene, you haven’t, the real one’s far too mean. The watered down one, the one you know, was made up centuries ago. They made it sound all whack and corny. Yes, it’s awful, blasted boring. Twisted fictions, sick addictions… Well, gather around children, zip it, listen…
You won’t believe what happens at the end of the latest episode of I Will Save You From the Future, a podcast about technology that Christopher Bingham makes with comedian and journalist guests. This embedded one is an episode about driverless automated cars, which are real and alive. The guest for it is Brian Firenzi, a human boy and member of the comedy troupe 5secondfilms (or five second films).
Listen to the entire podcast, or parts of it, here:
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This summer I started three new podcast series: Pride and Prejudice: Lit Edition, I Will Save You From the Future, and Peaked. The last on that list is a fan series discussing the revival of cult TV show Twin Peaks with one of my oldest friends, Tom Bown. The set up is simple- he loves David Lynch, the show’s co-creator and director, and I really don’t love David Lynch. Together we recap each episode after they’ve aired, point out things you might have missed, and try to predict what’s going to happen next. (So far Bown is winning on predictions.)
This series, unlike the others, will be limited. We will only be recording 16 episodes (to coincide with an 18 episode season that started with two double bills). When it’s over, provided we haven’t fallen out over Twin Peaks, Bown and I want to do a longer original series of some kind.
If you’re a fan of Twin Peaks and are as excited as we are about the revival, check out the series by searching for us on iTunes (or wherever you get your podcasts). Also watch out when I tweet the latest episodes- attached to each post is my favourite still from the episode we’re discussing. So far they’re mostly Baby Coop in elevators…
In this, the fourth episode of I Will Save You From the Future (a podcast about technology (new and emerging) and how it might (probably (definitely)) destroy society as we know it), host Christopher Bingham discusses medical tracking technology with Jazza. Jazza is the host of The Right Dishonourable, a podcast about politics, as well as being a vlogger.
Listen to the full episode here and subscribe by finding IWSY on iTunes.
One of the great gifts of the internet age is the transformative power it can have over the arts. The liberation of form, design, meaning, intention, and intellectual property from the shackles of pre-digital mediums allows for expressions of the collective conscience on a scale previously unimaginable. One such expression is Pride and Prejudice: Lit Edition, a podcast/audiobook series created by Christopher Bingham.
Listen to episode two here in full, or subscribe by searching on your favourite podcast application.
In the third episode of Christopher Bingham’s technology discussion comedy podcast radio series program I Will Save You From the Future he discusses the future of mind-controlled interfaces with special guest Bryarly. You can find Bryarly singing and talking on the internet.
Listen to the full episode here or subscribe on your favourite podcast app.
This month I launched several new projects. One of them is this podcast series / audiobook entitled Pride and Prejudice: Lit Edition. It’s a full-length read of Jane Austen’s classic romantic novel but with modern slang and references improvised throughout to make it more fun. The artwork is by illustrator Xanthe Simmans. You can follow the project on its official website (and follow it if you’re a Tumblr user), and browse episodes of all my podcasts here.
‘Comedian’ and ‘YouTuber’ turned ‘Radio Host’ Christopher ‘Bing’ Bingham strikes back like an empire with the second episode of his comedy discussion technology discussion show I Will Save You From the Future. In this audio file, approximately three quarters of an hour long, he talks about the future of 3D Printing with friend and collaborator Jamie Spicer-Lewis who is an animator and voice actor.
Listen to the full episode here, or subscribe on your favourite podcast app.