The Nelly Boum Show: Horror

A monthly show to discover change-makers activating systems from within. With a focus on North African and caucasian music and experts (but also showcasing international talents), the Nelly Boum Show is a series of inspirational, quirky and funny interviews- and brilliant music specifically tailored for content creators and independent thinkers and makers of new worlds. Every month, the Nelly Boum Show unravels a theme and explores it in a multiverse of possible new futures- we listen and discuss the economy, politics, and other systems as we know it through music. Along the way, interviewees share their methods, and models and how they got to do what they are doing. Led by the founder of the University of the Underground, boxer and SETI (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute, and NASA International Space Orchestra director Nelly Ben Hayoun-Stépanian; the show is a plethora of unique talents and pluralistic thinkers.

Did you know Horned lizards squirt blood from their eyes as a defense mechanism? That a snail breathes through its foot, and before the advent of cups and bowls, people in ancient England used hollowed-out human skulls to hold their food and drink? Or that pine trees can grow inside the body? This week on the Nelly Boum Show, we are delving into HORROR with some truly horrifying guests....


-Artist and design Sarah Sparkes on how to make a ghosts

-Filmmaker Amine Hattou on depicting Post-Colonial Algeria through film

-Researcher at Earthsight Tara Ganesh on Ikea’s houses of horror and the horrors of logging.

-Jonathan Willis the Co-Founder and Director of immersive experience “House of Frankenstein”

-Filmmaker Stephanie Ayanian on generation, identity and horror American/Armenian

-PhD researcher Gino Brignoli UCL Genetics, Evolution & Environment talks about Zombie Ants

-The Addams Family - performed by Alexander Cromer, Freya Stannard at the Natural History Museum, Chloé Macary-Carney, Sitraka Rakotoniaina and Nelly Ben Hayoun.

'I Don't Give a Sigh in My Life' by Djivan Gasparian

Ai by Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni OST - Main Theme - Most Iconic horror anime

Breathy by Prodigy (apparently one of the scariest music videos of all time)

One by Metallica (apparently one of the scariest music videos of all time)

Erzeroumi Shoror by Arax

It's Alive - Scene from Frankenstein

Resident Evil by Marilyn Manson

In Conclusion from Dee Snider's Strangeland. Film score by System of a Down

" They Have Taken the One I Love" by Lévon Minassian

The Battle Of Algiers OST (1966) - Rue De Peres by Ennio Morricone -

System of a Down by Playstation Apocalypse video game music

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