This week J discusses the mass shootings that have happened, and the latest blame shift society has to offer. He’ll also look into the aftermath so far, and will discuss new developments that have been surrounding J360 TV.
It’s time for another Song Of The Night feature, I remember at one time when SOTN was the most dominate feature due to working the night shift so many times.
Some people tend to think the Night Shift sucks but I’ll provide an different statement, the night shift is one of the most interesting things one can experience. So many different things happen at night, whether it’s working on a unique project or seeing some of the most bizarre things mankind has ever unleashed.
No one ever really wants to work the night shift but the best part is as soon as its over, you can say you survived it and once you do…you can survive anything. As a bonus, the best way to survive the night shift can be with the right music.
Tonight we’re going to be listening to two tracks from the album called High Power by Younsou.
Our first track is called “Turbo Dream.” You know you have to keep them alive to make everything happen.
The second track is called “Street Fighter”, and this one gives me a nostalgic feel for so many days of battling people in Street Fighter II.
Excellent tracks tonight eh? If you think so then please provide support by checking out Younsou’s bandcamp here.
SDCC is over, and the Marvel Phase 4 has been revealed but what is this more comments from the LBGTQ side of things? J wonders what the fascination is but also explains a few things of why the talk in town is sometimes just talk rather than a major issue.
This week J returns in an impromptu Double Special episode to discuss Faceapp’s old view that you can use on old photos to alter your age. A look back at the classic DBZ Budokai games from the Playstation 2 lineup, and finally his thoughts about Spider-man: Far From Home.
This week J gives his take on GOT’s Ending and why people should quit complaining. He will also discuss a weird wayward conversation with a crazed feminist. Finally he will look into the new Gamestop Power Up Rewards changes that are taking place.
Welcome back J360 Legion, we’re going to take this feature to the top by listening to two great songs from different artists tonight.
Our first song tonight is called “Charon Security” by Megan McDuffee from her new video game based album called “Hostile Takeover.”
I enjoyed her work since her collaboration with ALEX, and Ms.McDuffee is getting better at every track so far. I cannot wait to see and hear how her career progresses more.
Now it’s time for our second track which is called “Dysprosium” by the Billy Mays Band.
Excellent track eh? I love how it gets you pumping yet remains smooth on every rhythmic change. This one is perfect on going on an adventure through a dystopian city and trying to find your place in the world. I’m eager to seeing some newer tracks from this band as I keep writing this feature.
If you love what you’re hearing right now, please do support the artists and check out their soundcloud pages via the links below.
Since the Valentine Weekend is over J and Stacey Jayne from the Panophobia Podcast reunite to discuss the psychology and issues of people who ruin the game for everyone. They’re looking into Stalkers, Why people choose to do such a thing, how it’s so easy for anyone to get into and how it can affect not only your love life but your professional life as well.
This is part 1 of a special two-part episode which will conclude on tomorrow’s episode.