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48 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
TangleCast Interviews: Rie Fu
Check out the stream of our brand new interview series! If you missed it live on Instagram, enjoy listening to Japanese musician, artist, and brand new mom, Rie Fu! Known for her blend of music influenced by folk singers and for her contributions to anime (Bleach, Darker Than Black, et al.), Rie chatted about one of her recent releases, “The Temple,” and it’s connection to family and life; her experience in the music industry and as an independent artist; her evolution as a songwriter; and being a mom, among many other things. Rie also sang both “The Temple” and “Life is Like a Boat” live for us. You won’t want to miss her lovely singing of these transcendent songs. Watch the entire video on YouTube, and be sure to check Rie out on YouTube, Instagram, Twitter. Please follow us on your platform of choice, including Spotify, SoundCloud, and others. Featuring music by Celetron (all rights reserved).
60 minutes | May 19, 2021
Instagram Live Stream with Xanthe Nyugen
Check out the second stream of our brand new interview series! If you missed it live on Instagram, enjoy listening to the lovely and talented Xanthe Huynh as she chats with Twwk about about voice acting, including her roles in anime and games like Maquia, Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Marianne), and Persona 5 (Haru), and all manner of other things, like cooking, cosplay, and Captain America! Watch the entire video on YouTube, and be sure to check Xanthe out on Instagram and Twitter. https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/xanthe-interview.mp3 Please follow us on your platform of choice, including Spotify, SoundCloud, and others. Featuring music by Celetron (all rights reserved).
48 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Interview with Elizabeth Maxwell
No, the TangleCast has not returned. However, we do have some new audio for you! Voice actress Elizabeth Maxwell (Fruits Basket, RWBY, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild) joined Twwk for an Instagram live stream yesterday. If you didn’t catch it and you’re like me—more interested in listening than watching—check out this audio of the stream, as Elizabeth answers questions, talks about her experiences with recent major series in which she’s acted, and sips on the special Furuba-themed teas we picked up. You won’t want to miss it! https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Elizabeth-Maxwell-Instagram-Live-4.20.21.mp3 Please follow us on your platform of choice, including iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and others. Featuring music by Celetron and mixed by Chris (all rights reserved).
60 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
TangleCast 84: Goodbye from Our Crew and a 3-Gatsu New Year
The day is here: After more than two years and 33 episodes later, our team of David, Holly, Peter, and editor, Celetron (Marcelo), are stepping away from the TangleCast. While Peter and Holly will continue on with Beneath the Tangles, David is leaving as he works toward other ministry and goals in his life. But before they go, the on-air trio (originally dubbed Team FtK—For the King) will reminiscence with Marcelo, about their time podcasting with us, and go over one more series, March Comes in Like a Lion, and specifically the Christmas and New Year’s episodes of this sensitive and critically-acclaimed show. Give it a listen, hold back your tears, and bid our team so long! https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Tanglecast-final-.mp3 0:00 Introduction and announcements 1:08 A look back—first episode and challenges of podcasting 15:00 A look back—memorable moments, episodes, and anime 27:30 Comments from our listeners 32:48 March Comes in Like a Lion—Introduction 37:22 Discussion—Christmas and a difficult choice 46:50 Discussion—New Year’s and community for introverts 59:04 Closing Podcast Links: As mentioned in the episode, a special thanks to Macy, Whitney, and our volunteer editor, Chris, for their special assistance on various episodes. Want to listen to the first episode? Sound rougher to you? It’s still worth a listen, especially for My Hero Academia fans! Peter referenced his Christmas post on March Comes in Like a Lion in this episode, as well as his other future work for the blog. Well, the future is now—his winter 2021 anime preview posted yesterday. March Comes in Like a Lion can be streamed through Crunchyroll. Keep in touch with the crew by following David, Peter, and Holly on their social media accounts. The TangleCast is not dead! As it has in previous years, it will continue on at some point with a new team. Please follow us on your platform of choice, including iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and others. Featuring music by Celetron and mixed by Chris (all rights reserved).
42 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
TangleCast 83: I Want to Eat Your Pancreas
The 2018 film, I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, combines the techniques and style of recent Shikai films with all the sadness of romantic fare like Your Lie in April—and with fans of both types on our TangleCast team, you can bet they were impacted by this gem of a movie! Come listen to Peter, David, and Holly as they look at highlights from the film, analyze what makes it work, and just catch up with each other and with you on episode 83 of the TangleCast! https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/I-want-to-eat-your-pancreas-.mp3 0:00 Introduction and announcements 1:04 Ketchup 5:59 I Want to Eat Your Pancreas—Introduction 11:45 Discussion—Impactful moments 40:50 Closing Podcast Links: Interested in watching the film? It’s available exclusively through Right Stuf. Check out our recent article on the depth of relationship as expressed through the main characters of I Want to Eat Your Pancreas. The interesting characters designs were noted by the staff—we’ve interviewed the character designer, Loundraw, for his work on Tsuki ga Kirei. If you ever have any questions, need prayer or just want to chat, feel free to reach out to any of us: David / Peter / Holly. Featured illustration by Cheese慷 (reprinted w/permission). You can check us out on a variety of formats, including iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and other platforms! Please subscribe and leave us a review! Featuring music and mixed by Celotron (all rights reserved).
56 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
TangleCast 82: Celebrate HOLLYween with a Death Parade!
October is a month of ghoulish celebration, and David, Peter, and Holly are participating in their own unique way by watching Death Parade, the critically-acclaimed anime series about death, judgment, and the afterlife. Come join the team as they discuss this modern classic that alternates between high energy episodes filled with a macabre sense of humor to those more philosophical and charged with sorrow. So please subscribed, hit play, and everybodyyy put your hands up! https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Tanglecast-Episode-82.mp3 0:00 Introduction and announcements 1:26 Ketchup 8:10 Death Parade—Introduction 9:41 Discussion—Impactful moments and episodes (And “Best OP” sidetrack) 24:50 Discussion—Decim and judgement 26:42 Discussion—Decim and expressing emotion 44:30 Discussion—How music helps 49:02 Discussion—Appearances 54:57 Closing Podcast Links: Death Parade is a favorite series of the blog’s—we visited it no less than four times in our now-retired Anime Today column alone, focusing on depression and suicide, a love relationship with the world, the human tendency to judge others, and particularly applicable to this podcast episode, judgement in the series vs. God’s judgement. Check out the series’ electrifying OP! Join our Discord to be part of the community and join in on Light Novel Club discussion! Take a listen to “Through the Night” by IU, a song that helps David through difficult times. Holly said that she’s moved by “Wildflower” by Park Hyo Jin and that Shane and Shane’s “The Answer” brings her joy. To relax, Peter listens for Korean R&B and songs by John Legend, like “Under the Stars.” If you ever have any questions, need prayer or just want to chat, feel free to reach out to any of us: David / Peter / Holly. You can check us out on a variety of formats, including iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and other platforms! Please subscribe and leave us a review! Featuring music by Celotron (all rights reserved) and mixed by Chris.
46 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
TangleCast 81: Growth and Struggle at Howl’s Moving Castle
We’re baaaaack! The TangleCast returns from its a summer break with another topic and a tweaked format! Holly, Peter, and David take a dive into the Hayao Miyazaki classic, Howl’s Moving Castle, and particularly look at what parts of the movie hit them in just the right spots, and what those scenes might reveal about the director’s intentions. Come “ketchup” with the crew and revisit the magic of Studio Ghibli. https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Tanglecast-Episode-811.mp3 0:00 Introduction 1:00 Ketchup 8:16 Howl’s Moving Castle—Introduction 11:13 Discussion—Impactful scenes 16:37 Discussion—Did Sophie change? 27:14 Discussion—Miyazaki realism 32:04 Discussion—Monster of war 35:38 Discussion—Struggle, community, and hope 45:46 Closing Podcast Links: The podcast team aren’t the only ones on staff who recently revisited the film. Josh rewatched it last year and found a new perspective on the classic. See where Twwk placed Howl’s Moving Castle on his ranking of Studio Ghibli films. Check out this video essay about Miyazaki and his use of the concept of ma. Holly references James 1:19-20 and David referred to Psalm 23:1. Featured illustration by ハラダミユキ (reprinted w/permission) If you ever have any questions or need prayer or just want to chat, feel free to reach out to any of us: David / Peter / Holly. You can check us out on a variety of formats, including iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and other platforms! Please subscribe and leave us a review! Featuring music by Celotron (all rights reserved) and mixed by David and Twwk.
71 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
TangleCast 73: Run with the Wind
What is up, otaku?! For this episode of the TangleCast, the team goes back a few seasons to look at a critically acclaimed sports anime just in time for our March Madness tournament. No actual sports going on? It’s okay, we got you covered as Peter, Holly, and David look at Run with the Wind, a really good series about running (but also of course, as is usually the case with sports anime, so much more than that). https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/ep-73-tanglecast1.mp3 0:00 Introduction and Anime March Madness 3:52 Last episode’s Cast Question 7:16 New Cast Question 11:09 Guess That Anime: Sports Edition 28:48 Run with the Wind Discussion—Introduction 30:17 Discussion—General impressions and Production IG 34:20 Discussion—The results of hard work 42:25 Discussion—Comparing to Kakeru 47:00 Discussion—Sickness, surprise, and consequence 57:34 Discussion—Facing challenges by faith 1:05:47 Discussion—Rating Run with the Wind 1:09:13 Closing We want your feedback as well! Each week we ask a question on the podcast and feature your answers on the next episode. Here’s this week’s CQ (Cast Question): What’s your favorite form of exercise? Podcast Links: We’re down to our final eight anime! Who do you think will win the tournament? Check out our lists of favorite sports anime and Annalyn’s thoughts on joining the team. From Haikyuu!! to HANEBADO! and Saki to Ace of Diamond, we’ve written about dozens of sports anime. Just search for a series and you’ll likely find something we’re written on it! David references Philippians 3:12-14, as well as Jonathan Leeman and his thoughts about community. The podcast team talked a lot about community and team—we recently did the same regarding the Eizouken. By the way, you can stream Run with the Wind on Crunchyroll. We have a new Instagram account! Give us a follow! If you ever have any questions or need prayer or just want to chat, feel free to reach out to any of us: David / Peter / Holly. Featured illustration by SORA (reprinted w/permission). You can check us out on a variety of formats, including iTunes, Spotify, and other platforms! Please subscribe and leave us a review! Featuring music by Celotron and David, and mixed by Chris (all rights reserved). The post TangleCast 73: Run with the Wind appeared first on Beneath the Tangles.
46 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
TangleCast 72: My Hero Academia Heroes Rising
What is up, otaku?! Is is the eve of Heroes Rising, and we’re gonna get you ready for the big event. Tomorrow, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising hits the big screen in North America, and the team is ready to let you know whether it’s worth a watch, and for those that have already seen it, the most thought-provoking parts of a surprisingly deep film. We’ve carefully marked spoilers in the podcast and in the time stamps below, so listen only to what you want. And remember, PLUS ULTRA! https://beneaththetangles.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Tanglecast-Episode-72.mp3 0:00 Introduction and Anime March Madness 3:57 Last episode’s Cast Question 6:09 New Cast Question 13:17 My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Quiz! [minor spoilers] 21:55 My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Discussion—Introduction 23:49 Discussion—General impressions 29:10 Discussion—Movie choices [spoilers begin] 33:53 Discussion—Deku’s heart and Bakugou’s heart 42:07 Discussion—Ratings [spoilers end] 44:00 Closing We want your feedback as well! Each week we ask a question on the podcast and feature your answers on the next episode. Here’s this week’s CQ (Cast Question): Which of the known quirks from My Hero Academia would you want and why? Podcast Links: Wonder who that was in the opening bite? It was Bakugou of course! Well at least his seiyuu, who is the nicest guy ever. Check out Twwk’s review of the My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising. The movie comes out tomorrow! Go get your tickets! We’ve written lots about MHA in the past, including about the idea of glory and of course, what heroism means. We’ve even reviewed My Hero Academia Monopoly. We have a new Instagram account! Give us a follow! If you ever have any questions or need prayer or just want to chat, feel free to reach out to any of us: David / Peter / Holly. Featured image courtesy of Funimation. You can check us out on a variety of formats, including iTunes, Spotify, and other platforms! Please subscribe and leave us a review! Featuring music by Celotron and mixed by David (all rights reserved). The post TangleCast 72: My Hero Academia Heroes Rising appeared first on Beneath the Tangles.
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