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93 minutes | 4 hours ago
Performance Anxiety: Du Blonde
Beth Jeans Houghton, AKA Du Blonde, joins the show. We talk about the value of free shoes, week long constipation, and bootlegging your own records. Her mom has a bath while we also discuss making videos for Ezra Furman and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, creating video games, and the 2000 year old computer. We swap childhood phone numbers and in between all these hilarious tangents, we talk about her career, from the beginning to the new Du Blonde album, Homecoming. It’s a great album that everyone should check out. Pick it up at dublonde.co.uk. Follow Du Blonde on social media. Follow us @PerformanceAnx. If you like the show, rate & review it. That helps us get in front of more earholes. You can get us a cup of coffee at ko-fi.com/performanceanxiety. Merch is found at performanceanx.threadless.com. Now take a deep breath and let’s dive right into Du Blonde on Performance Anxiety on the Pantheon Podcast Network. Trust me...she’ll love it.
37 minutes | 4 hours ago
Almost Famous Minute 91: A Groupie Heart
The ninety-first minute starts with William helping Penny get up and ends with Penny asking about love.We are joined by guests Chanty & Lynx.Find Lynx & Chanty here:Website - MusesInstagram - @musespodcastFacebook - musespodcastYouTube - Chanty and Lynx- Muses PodcastThis show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. Listen to all the other great Rock and Roll podcasts there!Show links:Twitter - @AlmostFamousMinFacebook group - Band-Aids Listener's SocietyFacebook page - Almost Famous MinuteInstagram - AlmostFamousMinMerch - TeePublic - www.teepublic.com/user/luckymustard
73 minutes | 5 hours ago
Who Cares About the Rock Hall?: 2021 Inductee Announcement w/ Jimmy Pardo, Joey Devine, and Greg Heller
Joe announces the 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees to Kristen and their special guests: Jimmy Pardo, Joey Devine, and Greg Heller. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.
28 minutes | 2 days ago
Songfacts Podcast: Hello Mary
When you think of alternative, grunge or garage band, what do you think of? It takes me to a time in the early '90s that gave us a new sound and a bunch of great bands: Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains. I was taken to that time again when I was introduced to the female trio named Hello Mary. These three young ladies are combining their sound of fuzzy guitar riffs, big drum fills and uniquely designed bass runs with impressive harmonies to differentiate their style and take the grunge sound of that time into our ears today.Please welcome Helena Straight, Mikaela Oppenheimer and Stella Branstool of Hello Mary as I catch up with them in Brooklyn to talk about some of their old and new songs, and hear a performance of their new tune "Take Something."https://hellomary.bandcamp.com/album/gingerhttps://www.songfacts.com/https://www.facebook.com/songfactshttps://twitter.com/Songfactshttp://pantheonpodcasts.com/https://twitter.com/pantheonpodsHosted and Edited by Corey O’Flanaganhttps://twitter.com/ofe1818https://firstname.lastname@example.orgSongfacts Podcast Spotify Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/3IThMW5yB8XnFh5cS2gTxR?si=KAhiqWRcSIy5uxb2sZPFTAThis show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.
70 minutes | 3 days ago
Mixtape Memories: Billy Jones
Matt Heart Spade & Jinners chat with talent buyer, booking agent, venue & bar owner, band manager and record store owner, Billy Jones. For Repeat/Skip, they revisit Clinic's "Internal Wrangler" and Modest Mouse's "The Moon & Antarctica." Follow us online:@mixtapememoriespodcast on Facebook@mixtape.memories on Instagram@MemoriesMixtape on Twitter.Visit mixtapememories.com.Special thanks to Ryan Mulkey, our technical director who also wrote our theme song and drew our cover art!
71 minutes | 3 days ago
Let It Roll: ICYMI - The Lessons of Ed Ward's History of Rock & Roll
Nate Wilcox and musician & scholar Yuri Campbell look back on the first volume and the Let It Roll series covering it. We talk about Ward's cultural scholarship and what lessons we can learn from his method of studying music history.
63 minutes | 3 days ago
Decibel Geek 447: New Noize v15 - KISS Edition
We're back to talk all the latest news on the Hottest Band in the Land with New Noize 15 - KISS Edition! After a pretty non-eventful 2020, KISS has ramped up things this year. This week we're gonna touch on some interesting recent news items pertaining to the band.It was recently announced that A&E will air 'Shout It Out Loud,' a four-hour 2-night documentary on the band. The press release seems to make it pretty clear that the story will be mostly told from the perspective of Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. Apparently, original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss declined to be involved in the project. Will this have a negative affect on the documentary? Will it be portrayed as a one-sided history? We share our thoughts on it.Related to the A&E documentary, KISS will do a live performance at the Tribeca Film Festival following a screening of the event. With this being the band's first performance in 2021, what can we expect? Will rarities get played? Will tape roll? Listen and hear our thoughts.There might be more than one KISS movie coming out. A possible biopic is close to production for Netflix. With some big name production people mentioned as well as a tie-in with Universal Music Group, this has the potential for a large budget. However, how the band is portrayed is, once again, at the heart of concern for KISS fans. There's a lot of possibilities with this one and we go over several scenarios.Another new development in the KISS universe is the upcoming Vinnie Vincent May Metal Madness show at S.I.R. Teasing in his press release (ie. group post) that this "could be" the last of these $500 per ticket parties, he promised more spirits, food, fun, and, oh yeah, music at this upcoming event. Will it be the last of these parties? Will salad be served? Will any actual songs be played instead of mindless noodling? We share our theories.Wrapping things up this week is some discussion on a KISS fan-created project that's apparently gone off the rails. A book called Magic: KISS Khronicles started taking pre-orders in 2018. Judging by some sample pages and the author's notable history of knowing the most minute details of rare and live KISS photos, this book seemed to have everything going for it. Fast forward 3 years and the book has still not been delivered and, it appears, keeps getting pushed back another 3 months every 3 months. A lot of buyers are up in arms and wondering where their book or refund is. We talk about this project and it's apparent hurdles in the episode.We hope you enjoy New Noize 15 - KISS Edition - Ep447 and SHARE with a friend!Decibel Geek is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcasts family.Contact Us!Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunesJoin the Facebook Fan PageFollow on TwitterFollow on InstagramE-mail UsSubscribe to our Youtube channel!Support Us!Buy a T-Shirt!Donate to the show!Stream Us!Stitcher RadioSpreakerTuneInBecome a VIP Subscriber!Click HERE for more info!Comment BelowDirect Download
53 minutes | 3 days ago
Audio Judo Does Jazz: An Introduction To Jazz
Have you ever wondered what all the jazz about Jazz was? Matthew and Kyle (of the Audio Judo podcast) are proud to introduce you to Chris, show consultant and host of this spin-off podcast, which we hope will act as a primer for those interested in adventuring into the world of jazz.In the introductory episode, Chris, Matthew, and Kyle discuss a bit of their own history with jazz, before handing off to Chris to explain why he was interested in doing this podcast, and what he hopes to cover in the upcoming episodes.Click here to visit the Audio Judo Does Jazz (AJDJ) websiteWe want to hear from you:Facebook: facebook.com/audiojudodoesjazzTwitter: @audiojudojazzOr email: jazz(at)audiojudo.comFor a direct line to Chris with your questions or comments, email: chris(at)audiojudo.comWe are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.com
141 minutes | 3 days ago
Make It Stop: Billy Idol- Cyberpunk (w/ Manny Raposo)
We're killing our Idols this week as we surf the circuits of cyber hell with none other than Billy Idol, who in 1993 was an aging "punk" desperately clinging to relevance while soaked in a haze of club drugs and heroin. But the drug called The Internet became the most addictive of all as he lazily skimmed Neuromancer and decided he was the ultimate authority on the emergent cyberpunk culture, to the point of audaciously making it the title of his album. Orchestra hits, sexy spoken word, sitars and self indulgent interludes abound on this 20 track digital disaster, though we have a blast surfing through the cybersludge with guest Manny Raposo who helps us contextualize this virtual insanity. Does it work? Not in the slightest, but it's also a hell of a fun ride.
35 minutes | 3 days ago
History in Five Songs 98: Cusp Albums
In episode 98 Martin talks about Cusp Albums with these five songs:1. Husker Du – “Celebrated Summer” 2. Heart – “How Can I Refuse” 3. Sepultura – “Slave New World” 4. The Replacements – “The Bastards of Young” 5. Judas Priest – “Burnin’ Up” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.comThis show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.
67 minutes | 3 days ago
Rock's Backpages Ep.100: Celebrating 100 episodes + The Black Keys + Donald Fagen audio
In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loyd Grossman and John Harris. Along the way they relive the podcast's inception and evolution — and the crucial importance of Mark Pringle's inimitable laugh.The podcast's "power trio" wish a happy 80th birthday to contributor Keith Altham, express their deep appreciation for his support over the past 20 years, and discuss three of his 450 pieces on RBP. They also talk a bit about the Black Keys, R. L Burnside & the North Mississippi hill country blues sound that inspired the Keys' new Delta Kream album. Clips from a 1991 audio interview with Donald Fagen prompt conversation about The Nightfly, the Rock & Soul Revue, and the all-round greatness of Steely Dan.Finally, Mark regales us with quotes from new library pieces about the Velvets & the Mothers live, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Jasper talks us out with remarks on Coldplay live and Lil Jon.Many thanks to all our guests, contributors and listeners for joining us for one hundred episodes.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces and episodes discussed: Episode 1, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Barbara Charone, Loyd Grossman, John Harris, Keith Altham at 80, Monterey Pop, Marc Bolan, The Beatles, North Mississippi Hill Country Blues, R. L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough, Billy Gibbons and Dan Auerbach, Donald Fagen audio, the Velvet Underground & the Mothers of Invention, Barry Gibb, Miles Davis, Cameo, Public Enemy, Coldplay, Lil Jon, Junglepussy, Christina Aguilera and Keith Altham.
56 minutes | 4 days ago
Let It Roll: Technoroll 10 - Afrika Bambaataa Distils Electro and Hip-Hop Matures in the Recording Studio
Today Nate and Ryan are joined by hip-hop ringer Steve Juon continue their discussion of “Last Night A DJ Saved My Life - The History of the Disc Jockey” by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. This week’s episode focuses on hip hop’s transition to records with the Sugarhill Gang, Afrika Bambaataa’s epic “Planet Rock” and how hip hop morphed from music for dancing and parties into a new form of album and concert music.Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.
49 minutes | 4 days ago
Inside The Banjoverse: Sierra Hull
Grammy nominee, mind-melting mandolin playing, singer, songwriter, child prodigy...... what more can be said of Sierra Hull? Oh right, she's incredibly kind and friendly too!Inside The Banjoverse takes you on a journey with some of folk music’s most celebrated artists, exploring the minds, emotions, and experiences of these musicians to understand what drives and inspires them to greatness.This show is a part of Pantheon Podcasts.
18 minutes | 4 days ago
Goldmine: Record Store Recon - Stinkweeds in Phoenix, Arizona
Stinkweeds in Phoenix, Arizona gets a perfect score by Dr. Disc, the anonymous record store reviewer of Goldmine magazine. Listen to this podcast episode and find out what makes Stinkweeds so perfect. Record lovers outside Arizona can even join Stinkweed's vinyl subscription club, which gets rave reviews.
72 minutes | 4 days ago
Audio Judo: Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle discuss Oasis'ses (Oasai? Oaseria?) 1995 album "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?"If you like what you hear and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter:https://www.patreon.com/audiojudoYou can also buy some swag with our logo on it:https://www.teepublic.com/user/audio-judo-podcastAs always, let us know what you think by emailing info(at)audiojudo.com.Website: https://www.audiojudo.comGet in touch on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audiojudoTwitter: @audiojudoInstagram: @audio_judoWe are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.comNotes:A link to the video of the famous Whiskey A Go-Go Performance:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yf9EnM6C7m0Grant Lee Buffalo - Fuzzyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAi9-LRtYSU
51 minutes | 4 days ago
Side Jams 46: Damon Johnson
Damon Johnson and the Get Ready crank out searing, '70s-style hard rock. When he's not hitting the stage, Damon hits the links. The guitarist and singer dives deep into his love for golf which grew into a passion when he toured with Alice Cooper.This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.
51 minutes | 4 days ago
No Filler: Beyond Zombie - The Overlooked Gems From The Cranberries First Three Records
You've heard "Dreams" and "Linger". You've probably heard "Zombie" close to a gazillion times by now. But as we like to say around here, it's often the tracks between the singles that need another listen (or for some - a first listen). We dive into The Cranberries' first three records and marvel over how unmatched Dolores O'Riordan's powerful and unique vocals were in the 90s rock landscape, and how refusing to shed their Irish origins made her voice that much more powerful by giving western audiences a perspective we may never have heard.Tracklist: The Cranberries - Reason The Cranberries - Pretty The Cranberries - Still Can't The Cranberries - Yeats' Grave The Smiths - Bigmouth Strikes Again The Cranberries - I Just Shot John Lennon The Cranberries - Bosnia The Cranberries - Linger (live from MTV's Most Wanted)
66 minutes | 5 days ago
The Hook Rocks: Eddie Van Halen - The Guitar Player, The Innovator
Searching for the sound he heard in his mind Eddie Van Halen embarked on a journey that shattered the limitations of guitar playing. Not only did his guitar playing expand the imagination and wonder of young guitar players but, his dedication to improving how the instrument is made was game changing. Friend of the show Mike Longacre, a luthier from Hermosa Beach, Ca visits The Hook Rocks to discuss all of this and more. Enjoy the episode!Part of The Pantheon Podcast Network!
28 minutes | 5 days ago
The Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: Famous First Lines #2: Chiming In
In our second episode of Famous First Lines, not only are the lyrical opening couplets key, but the resounding "chime" that signals the true start to The Beatles' "Hard Day's Night," and U2's "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" are also a commonality! Markus and Ray discuss both of these songs and those sounds that tell you just what you're in for in the remainder of each!Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!!Thanks to our sponsor, Crooked Eye Brewery for their support of the podcast!
78 minutes | 5 days ago
Performance Anxiety: Josh Caterer of Smoking Popes
Josh Caterer is our guest. And he’s got quite a story. He started a band with two brothers which became the Smoking Popes. They decided to let Josh sing because he was the best at singing and playing while not looking at his hands. They quickly went from recording 18 songs in a day to opening for bands like Green Day. There’s a funny story about that. But with all that success came a pretty big fall in the form of a cocaine overdose. Josh survived and found a new purpose in his Faith. But trying to integrate that into his music was a challenge. After forming Duvall, forming his occasional blues band Jackson Mud, and then returning to Smoking Popes, Josh is releasing a new live solo album. It’s a mix of Popes songs and cover songs. Pick up physical copies from Pravda Records or digitally on Bandcamp. Follow Josh @joshcaterer. Follow us @PerformanceAnx. We accept coffee at ko-fi.com/performanceanxiety. Merch is at performanceanx.threadless.com. I hope you enjoy Josh Caterer on Performance Anxiety part of the Pantheon Podcast Network.
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