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1. The Vergecast

The Vergecast

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2. deadmau5 - Glish

deadmau5 - Glish

This is a special track made by deadmau5. © 2015 mau5trap Recordings Ltd.

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3. The Verge podcasts

The Verge podcasts

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4. The problems with Interstellar

The problems with Interstellar

Interstellar is absolutely gorgeous. Interstellar has strong performances and real tearjerking moments. Interstellar also has some pretty large issues that unravel over the course of its nearly-three-hour runtime. Let's talk about it.

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5. The Vergecast #2

The Vergecast #2

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6. The Verge Mobile Show

The Verge Mobile Show

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7. Beyond Lies the Wub

Beyond Lies the Wub

Soundtrack to "Beyond lies the wub: the strange history of dubstep" by Joseph L. Flatley Read it here: http://www.theverge.com/2012/8/28/3262089/history-of-dubstep-beyond-lies-the-wub This isn't the whole story of dubstep, just some of our favorites tracks — as well as pre-dubstep influences and selections mentioned in the text itself. We listened to this while preparing the story, and now you can listen while reading. Enjoy! Super Sharp Shooter White Label (1999) Oxide and Neutrino: Bound 4 Da Reload (Casualty). EastWest (1999) E.S Dubs: Standard Hoodlum Issue (Zed Bias Mix 1). Social Circles (1999) Horsepower Productions: Gorgon Sound. Tempa (2000) Skream: Midnight Request Line. Tempa (2005) P. Dutty and Pinch: War Dub. Tectonic (2005) Pinch: Qawwali. Planet Mu (2006) Benga: 26 Basslines. Tempa (2008) Chase & Status: Eastern Jam. RAM Records (2008) Snoop Dogg: Snoop Dogg Millionaire. Terrorhythm Recordings (2009) Skrillex and The Doors: Breakn' A Sweat. Big Beat (2011) Joker & Ginz: Purple City. Kapsize (2009) Rusko: Cockney Thug. Sub Soldiers (2009) Genetix: Hangin'. Z Audio (2010) Dieselboy, Mark Instinct, Bare: Murder Machine. Subhuman (2011) Bare: Enemies. Subhuman (2012) Flux Pavilion: Daydreamer (Extended version). Warner Music UK Ltd. (2012)

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9. The final (NSFW) Vergecast After Hours of CES 2013

The final (NSFW) Vergecast After Hours of CES 2013

It's hard to believe all this is about to come to a close. Really feels like CES has only been going on for just a day — one very long day, in fact, if passage of time is measured in moments of actually falling asleep. This weekend will be restful, but until then, we've got the final Vergecast After Hours of the week. It's been great, thank you everyone for enjoying! Download MP3 (69.5 MB) Subscribe to the podcast (iTunes audio) Subscribe to the podcast (iTunes video) Subscribe to the podcast (Zune) Subscribe to the podcast (RSS) Subscribe to the podcast (Video RSS) Video: Part 1 Video: Part 2

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10. A conversation with Brian K. Vaughan

A conversation with Brian K. Vaughan

Saga is widely regarded as one of the best comics of 2014, and its author, Brian K. Vaughan, as one of the best sci-fi writers around. Listen as The Verge’s biggest comic book nerds talk to Vaughan about everything from Saga and gaming, to racial diversity in comics and breastfeeding.

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11. Vergecast 184: CES 2016 Day 1

Vergecast 184: CES 2016 Day 1

Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn are joined by Dan Seifert, Lauren Goode and Sean O’Kane in Las Vegas at CES 2016. The panel discussed the numerous keynotes including Intel, LG, Samsung and Sony, being very tired and 3D printed souls.

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12. The Vergecast 118: pardon me, is that Apple you're wearing?

The Vergecast 118: pardon me, is that Apple you're wearing?

The Vergecast is a discussion of all things relevant and irreverent in the worlds of art, culture, science, and technology. On this week's episode, we discuss the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the Apple Watch. Join Nilay Patel, Chris Ziegler, and Dieter Bohn as they go over their hands-on impressions and agonizing decisions over which iPhone to get. Audio: Also, apologies for the technical difficulties yesterday! It's audio-only this week and the podcast feed may take a short time to update, because streaming video is sometimes buggy (just ask Apple). We'll be back next week with video, so keep it locked! Download MP3 (29.1 MB) Subscribe to the podcast (iTunes audio) Subscribe to the podcast (iTunes video) Subscribe to the podcast (RSS) Subscribe to the podcast (Video RSS)

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13. Ctrl-Walt-Delete: Nilay owes Walt $100

Ctrl-Walt-Delete: Nilay owes Walt $100

Walt and Nilay kick things off with a discussion of the iPhone 6S, the weird new prices of phones, the 2007 iPhone, and more. Subscribe to Ctrl-Walt-Delete! Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/ctrl-walt-delete iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ctrl-+-walt-+-delete/id1043196031?mt=2

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14. The Vergecast 155: Spoken like a true snake person

The Vergecast 155: Spoken like a true snake person

This week we have a special Google I/O edition of the Vergecast, guest hosted by Ross Miller, Emily Yoshida, Dan Seifert, and Sam Sheffer. They discuss the announcements out of the keynote, including Now on Tap, Photos, Android M, Cardboard, and the fact that Dan cannot tell his own children apart.

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15. The Vergecast 170: Peek, pop, whip, and nae nae

The Vergecast 170: Peek, pop, whip, and nae nae

A day after Apple’s huge event, we ran through all the big announcements. The Hype Seat has transformed into the Skype Seat so that Casey Newton can join Dieter Bohn, Jake Kastrenakes, and Chris Welch. Is the Apple TV just a super Roku? Just how Surface-y is the new iPad Pro? If you 3D Touch a 2D screen in a 1D forest, does it make a sound? All these questions will be answered with a Live Shot, except instead of a moving picture it’s a podcast.

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16. The Vergecast 139: In the tweet mix

The Vergecast 139: In the tweet mix

This week's show includes a very special attempt at an actual introduction. That's right, we're rolling out the red carpet for Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider's chief correspondent. The professionalism doesn't last for long, though, as we quickly devolve into the mathematical definition of a hypecheck, the FCC's role in the future of the internet, and Apple's new take on photo management.

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17. The Vergecast 141: Vaping alone with Wikipedia

The Vergecast 141: Vaping alone with Wikipedia

Are you ready to settle in for another hard tech episode? I hope so, because that's what we have this week. Nilay, Dieter, Chris, and Sam bring the beef/sweat/swag/hype to the table to discuss Jony Ive, cars, Sony, and the merits of various Matrix sequels.

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18. The Vergecast 167: bloop bloop

The Vergecast 167: bloop bloop

As Verge Hack Week winds to a close, Chris Plante returns to the Vergecast. We also have surprisingly strong feeling about keyboards and no-so-surprisingly strong feelings about Apple Music. We also bid a fond farewell to Sam Sheffer at the Hype Desk.

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19. The Vergecast 143: Infinity Gigabytes and Infinity Buckets

The Vergecast 143: Infinity Gigabytes and Infinity Buckets

The Vergecast is a roller coaster of emotions this week. Dieter breaks down and shares his feelings about the Galaxy S6, Nilay declares his love for lambos, Chris expounds upon luxury, and Sam expresses profound confusion when presented with the words "Wayne's World."

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