A Moment with J: New Plans – SoundCloud

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J360 Radio is on Mixcloud.com

Hey everyone, this is J.

I know you’ve probably heard about Soundcloud having business issues not too long ago where it was saved at the last minute and ousting the (former) CEO.

So we at J360 Productions have a contingency plan in play to resolve any issues that may occur from Soundcloud or our YouTube (Yep they’re still digging a hole too).

MixCloud_LogoThe resolution is that I’ve made a Mixcloud to keep things stable since we haven’t moved to any other podcast outlets (like Podbean or Podomatic) yet.   While no website is perfect (especially if you put your own media on it) this is a good course of action to go for now.

Not saying that we’re going to stop putting our content on YouTube and Soundcloud but in case problems come up and the pages mysteriously disappear at least you’ll know of another area to go to.

So if you love our Radio content and would like to stay in the loop.

Click the link here.

We’ll be back with The J-Man Show#34 landing tomorrow at 7pm Est.

I’m sure plenty of you are concerned about our video content, and I will follow up another discussion about that later.

Alternative Programming Schedule#2

Hey J360 Legion

It’s been a quiet week on this page eh?  No Songs, No News, No Movie Talk…

Well no worries, we’ve just been busy with other pursuits as of late what with College coming back into some of our lives. So things have been kinda irregular around J360 Productions especially with this week’s content.

So I’ve devised an alternative programming schedule for this weekend.

Friday at 1pm:  The J-Man Show#33

Saturday at 1pm: The Cyclone#18

Sunday will be a return to form for all of us as I’m hoping to get the backlog out of the way, and the adventure can continue again.

Thanks for being patient with us.


Mayhem and Chaos in Charlottesville, VA.

“White Lives Matter!”

“You will not replace us!”

“Jews will not replace us!”

“Blood and Soil!”

Words shouted with vigorous rapport filled with bitterness, anger left and hate.

Charlottesville, VA –  On Aug 11 at 10pm, hundreds of Caucasians from Alt-Right, White Nationalist, and Neo-Nazi organizations gathered on the eve of a rally called “Unite the Right.”

Together they marched with torches in hand throughout the University of Virginia – Charlottesville campus with a desire to let their message known of how they felt about the removal of confederacy statues from Emancipation Park.

Only for chaos to ensue as soon as they encountered a counter-protest group at the Rotunda near a statue of Thomas Jefferson.

The Group encircled the Counter-Protesters and proceeded to attack them until Police intervened to stop it.

On the following day: Aug 12 at 11am, an hour before the rally was to start.

Protesters and counter-protesters faced off exchanging kicks, punches, and deploying chemical sprays or water bottles at each other.  One of the Protestors drove a car into at least 19 Protestors causing vehicular manslaughter by killing a 32-year-old woman and multiple damages by injuring 19 people.

Not too far from the incident, a Virginia State Helicopter crashed killing two troopers who wanted to assist with keeping the public safe from the violence.

The car was described as a 2012 Dodge Challenger and it plowed forward into the crowd of counter-protesters while reversing to run over more.

This incident along with the street fighting led to 19 people injured as the Virginia State Police broke up the conflict.

An hour later the Governor of Virginia issued a State of Emergency.

According to the University of Virginia Medical Center, 5 of the 19 injured are in critical condition.

The driver of the Challenger has been apprehended by Virginia State Police and charged with Vehicular Manslaughter, three counts of Malicious Wounding, and Failure To Stop. He’s currently held at Albemarle-Charlottesville County Regional Jail.

A joint investigation by Virginia State Police, Federal Aviation Administration, and the National Transportation Safety Board is looking into what caused the Helicopter crash.

The New J360 Channel is here! 

I’ve got some news for you J360 Legion.

The new channel is now open for business.

I know I’ve said many things on the J-Man Show about YouTube but the plan I have for it is essential for all of you.  This channel will serve as a one-stop hub for all of our products from our movies, series, photos, and live events.

We won’t stop using our other webpages mind you but say like if you aren’t able to navigate on those websites due to slow internet or other reasons.   You’ll be able to see the new episodes on the YouTube Channel, and won’t miss a beat.

Since we’re all about networking those of you who have a channel with creative content, podcasts, movies, designing, and other artistry, feel free to let me know.

You can access the new Channel here, and if you’d like to keep up with us, feel free to like and subscribe.

It’ll be fascinating to see where this new direction is going to go for J360 Productions.

Editorial: A Thank You to 2016 

(The following can be a bit graphic due to the appearance of these familiar faces who have left us in 2016, I apologize in advance but it needs to be said.)

Hey J360 Legion

It has been an interesting couple of days since Christmas.

Significant untimely passings and vicious woes about the future. While death is unexpected, it is inevitable. You must look to it as a freedom for those who have done great deeds in their lifetime so they could pave the way for those who follow.

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Is it hard to take? Yes very but it shows that this is the time for a lot of us creatives whom grew watching or being inspired by these brilliant creators and performers to take point and step up to create our own iconic works so people in the future after us can enjoy them and be inspired as well.  Their deaths were unexpected, shocking, and harmful to a lot of us but in a way they do not have to do anymore on this path of life. It can also be seen as a passing of the torch to those of us who still have to make their mark in the entertainment industry or other forms of work. Life and death flows through time just like everything from whom we meet, what we do, and what we would like to have done.  It’s when asking for more time tends to be more selfish than abusing the time you were already given like everyone else.

So for the year despite who is coming to Washington DC, and whatever fear we may all have for what’s to come. We should refocus that energy into leaving a strong legacy for others to follow.  We’ve all have the skills and potential to do it, and while most are saying “**** you 2016.”

I say thank you 2016 for being a wake-up call for those of us who just take this life for granted. This is a much-needed kick in the ass to plenty who now need to strive for their goals, fight for their place in the world, and make 2017-20 understand where we’re coming from. It’s been a messed up year for a lot of us but this is the time to be more proactive instead of reactive.

Mourning for the past creatives is a beautiful thing but we’ll better serve their legacies by showing off what they taught us through our own work.

Let’s give 2017 a run for its money! Don’t burrow yourselves in fear and only hope that you gain respect.  Fight it out, create something great, and have confidence in everything you o from here on out, a lot of the people we are mourning for had to work hard on their dreams, and so we should do the same as well.   It’s time to go ahead and make our impact no matter what age you’re in or what dead-end job you may be currently employed to, it’s time to add more excitement to your lives if you feel as though it’s time for change.  So do not waste your time on being down and out or full of fear, let’s face 2017 together and respect those who have past on and let their strength be added to our own.

Announcement and Updates: 11/15/16

Hey J360 Legion

Man, Reconstructing and re-focusing your efforts takes a lot of time doesn’t it?

Well it all pays off in the end but I’m going to tell you guys some information regarding what’s happening next in J360 Productions.

Other than writing the next three short films, I am working on another series for J360 Radio, The Twitch Stream is getting some love, and the PowerPlay returns on December 8th.

Today in general is all about the production of these series as we’re give 2016 the heave-ho. Those of you that enjoyed some of our exploits on Twitch.TV will rest assured that I am going to do another midnight stream from Friday into Saturday night playing Doom.  It must be done as I do need to keep my word regarding the Monster Fest for this month. Regarding the PowerPlay Series, the games will be PS1 and PS2 classics keeping with the Retro Saga.  A couple of hints are you’ll see me and an old friend play through one story,  and I’ll take my favorite superhero out for a spin as he has a movie coming out next year.

Now for the new radio series, I am steadily working and giving the new series direction and a strong presence. We’re going to have the pilot show ready today at 1 pm and I’ll be testing it all out via Mixlr.com/j360productions.   I will announce where our Episode archives will be uploaded on the show and as for convenience you’ll be able to find them on our website as we get a few more episodes in the tank.  For you Cyclone fans out there, I’m still modifying the series so I haven’t turned my back on that property yet.

Outside of production, viewer/listener interaction via social media is a bonus for me,  it is something we’ve experimented with when we did Fridays @ J360 Productions. So good news in J360 Radio, You can engage with me and the team to ask questions as we go about producing this new product.  I will tell you all that it will have more than a handful of episodes.  I may be thinking a bit far ahead but If you’re a musician or a band that would like some airplay as we evolve the series, feel free to send us an email at J360productions@outlook.com or DM us on Twitter: @j360productions.

We’re always looking to connect and network with plenty of people from different outlets so don’t delay.



The Legion Speaks: Fox’s Rocky Horror Poll

Rocky Horror.jpegHey J360 Legion

So last night was a big opportunity for Fox, and it was a live performance of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In an effort to emulate NBC’s recent successes with live theatre shows. Now out of all Halloween themed performances why they would choose that musical, and place it in a primetime setting is beyond me.  I love the Rocky Horror Picture Show that is shameless, wild, and completely insane.

So I’m a bit biased but that’s why your point of view is important, J360 legion.

We’re starting a new feature on our webpage for you to throw in your two cents.

Did you like or dislike last night’s performance?

If you’d like to discuss the show’s mishaps or describe what you would change about it, feel free to comment down below or talk with us about it on our twitter: @j360productions.

The J360 PowerPlay and the Future of Mondo Rates

Hello J360 Fans

We’ve got some more things in the works here at J360 Productions, and I’m going to discuss two of them.

For starters we created a gaming commentary series that features the struggles of our newest member, Dan in a series of ongoing battles against the evils of online competition.

Dan provides insight to other activities that he’s pursuing as a member of J360 and working with the Zero.Sixx group.  He provides gaming history along with different insights on his own feelings regarding the gaming industry as a whole.

So far he has had four adventures so far, one in Mario Kart and several in the land of Smash Bros.

Now while these tasks are usually smooth sometimes the new guy is struggling against the force of LAG and opponents of varying skills.

However his behavior and expertise alone make this a show that surely isn’t to be missed and you can watch it here from the beginning to now.

The J360 PowerPlay Playlist

The newest episode in this series is coming online on this Thursday at 5pm.

Now another series that started the whole spin-off cycle we have here is Mondo Rates.

Mondo Rates is a review series that we’ve started back in 2014, and we’re bringing it back this summer.  Mondo is going to review and provide content on all new things from the views from Godzilla to Urban Legends and so on.

Each Mondo Rates episode deals with the concept of a different J360 Member guest starring each time to provide their own insight and rating as he does.

With these new episodes you never know what new concepts and developments will take place.

Mondo Rates returns June 2015.

For a look at Mondo Rates, check out this playlist.

Mondo Rates Playlist

These two have also exchanged their POVs regarding Star Wars in a Crossover Conversation that took place during the Hourglass Production meeting.   The Episode allows both Mondo and Dan to converse about Star Wars since the saga is continuing with Episode 7 returning this December.

You may watch the crossover conversation right here.