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NorCo Dino Show
72 minutes | Apr 22, 2014
Dino Show 111. Phonecall from a Confusing Time Traveler
This week I get a phone call from someone that I think lives in the future and produces hip hop. Or something. Also I review the Charvel Desolation and talk about a hate group in a town I used to live in. Or something.
74 minutes | Apr 13, 2014
Dino Show 110. New Mics
We begin recording drum tracks for our upcoming LP album thing. We take YOU, the listener through the process, step-by-step, for about five minutes until we stop paying attention. There's new theme music and stuff.Travis, the dude doing the real production is in a band called Skinned. You should investigate. He also has a side project called Bartertown, which is as awesome as it sounds.
68 minutes | Apr 7, 2014
Dino Show 109. Rasslin XXX
We reboot the podcast just after a Wrestlemania XXX party. We're using all new gear, so if the volume's all over the place I apologize. Yes. I apologize. Yes. Yes. Yes. Spoilers, obviously.
96 minutes | Mar 12, 2014
Norco Dino Show 108: Mosts.
Something horrible happens to the audio around 50 minutes in. It clears up.
91 minutes | Mar 5, 2014
Norco Dino Show 107: Hosts
Kyle and Brandon. Talkin.
83 minutes | Feb 20, 2014
Norco Dino Show 106: Family
Family, babies, touring, The Pot, and homelessness. And also how to survive the coming Kevin Costner's The Postman. Joining us were Pinder (who is in a band called Unreasonable Human that is awesome,) Molly (Pinder's wife,) and Ashley, Trish, and Chelsea (for anyone wondering, they have all three been heavily involved with a lot of the behind-the-scenes stuff with Dinosorcerer, from finding band members to printing shirts to putting up with our antics while we're out chasing dream jobs). If you haven't heard Unreasonable Human, go check them out on Facebook and Reverbnation; if you like what you hear, check out episode 103 of the podcast. If you're still reading, Kyle and I are in a band called Dinosorcerer. Dinosorcerer the band will be playing at Happy Hour in Liveland on March 8th, with Mourned by Flies, Disorder, and Demise Unseen. I haven't had a chance to check out Disorder yet, but I can personally testify that both Demise Unseen and Mourned by Flies have killer sets, so the show's worth the price just for that. 21+, bands at 8:30, $5.00 at the door, bring your earplugs pussy. I'm kidding, I don't think you're a pussy. You're probably quite brave. So prove it: IN THE PIT. More info here: Link Seriously, though, go check out those guys' pages and come out to Happy Hour if it seems like your bag.
79 minutes | Feb 13, 2014
Norco Dino Show 105: Stuff
We talk about everything. Literally, I think. Brian Villers joined us again, this time as a cohost, because he's smart, fun to talk to, easy to work with and quite handsome. And I'm not just saying that because he's also in a band called New Creature, I'm saying that because he's a genuinely rockin' dude. I don't know if people still say 'rockin' dude.' Is that a square thing to say now? It's not part of that weird hipster throwback retro thing is it? Jesus, if I ever do that shit on here let me know. I gotta be superfly fresh so I can jiggy up that 18-34 college kid demographic. Or however. Yo. Once again we recorded at Crazy Jack's Saloon. I am happy to report that, in my experience, they do indeed have the meatiest wings in town.
70 minutes | Feb 6, 2014
Norco Dino Show 104: New Creature
Kyle and Brandon hang out with Brian Villers from New Creature (formerly of Immortal Dominion,) at Crazy Jack's Saloon in Fort Collins to talk about his new project, the history of the scene, how to musician well, and Columbia Tape Club. Remember that thing? Featuring the songs I Can See, Dream in Color, and Feel Your Fire. Get more New Creature at www.facebook.com/newcreatureband and www.reverbnation.com/newcreature4 Vote for New Creature (and get a free song from New Creature,) at Hard Rock Denver at www.facebook.com/hardrockcafedenver/app_205164529573076
84 minutes | Feb 5, 2014
Norco Dino Show 103: Unreasonable Human
The whole gang sits down with Branden, Jordan, and Preston from Unreasonable Human and Cameron Fischer from Office Wall Studios to talk about stuff. Featuring the tracks Lies through the Teeth, We Are All Guilty, Maggots of Conscious Thought, The Flock, and Restructured Meat Product. Catch Unreasonable Human at the Aggie Theater on February 8, 2014 in Fort Collins with Arcanium, Lola Black, SmackFactor, Illmode, and Blindfold the Devil. Watch the video for We Are All Guilty at www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIZGaJOw-hE Internet stalk Unreasonable at www.facebook.com/unreasonablehuman www.reverbnation.com/unreasonablehuman To contact Cameron for audio/video/photography information visit www.officewallstudios.com or contact him through www.facebook.com/officewallstudios
52 minutes | Feb 5, 2014
Norco Dino Show 102: Rooke5
Originally published January 22, 2014 at archive.org. Kyle, Brandon, and Chris sit down with Rook5 to talk about hip hop scenes, Yeezus, and football, which is a sport. Featuring the songs "Rise," and "Through the Cracks," from Rooke5 debute album Colossal Chronicles. Be sure to catch Rooke5 at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom on February 15th and at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins on March 5th. Find and follow Rooke5 at www.facebook.com/rooke5 www.twitter.com/rooke5 www.Rooke5.bandcamp.com www.soundcloud.com/Rooke5 Purchase Colossal Chronicles from www.smarturl.it/colossalchronicles For booking inquiries regarding Rooke5, contact Luke at firstname.lastname@example.org
66 minutes | Feb 5, 2014
NorCo Dino Show 101: Metal Maidens
Originally published January 15, 2014 at archive.org Very first episode. We sit down with the Metal Maidens Amy Hutchenson and Stevie Steal to talk about live music in Colorado, female empowerment, and try to figure out what a podcast is. I bet everyone's first podcast description says "we try to figure out what a podcast is." Fucking computers. Check out the Metal Maidens and Resident Rockstar for all your metal-band-related needs. They're good people. www.Residentrockstar.com
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