Created with Sketch.
The Antiquiet Podcast
29 minutes | 2 months ago
056: The Album of 2020
2020 took us all prisoner, locked-in hostages to a perfect storm of nightmares via pandemic, social & racial unrest, unemployment and beyond. Music took the hardest hit of its modern life, with tours cancelled, venues closed and album cycles purged - much to the detriment of our hearts, our mental health, our escapism and our sense of community. And after Fiona Apple's perfect latest offering guided us through the first-phase Springtime of pajama-clad bread-making and beard-growing, another album arrived to provide the fire, focus and truth that uplifted and inspired us in the brutally trying, heartbreaking times that would follow.
26 minutes | 9 months ago
055: Fiona Apple, Together At Home, Corona Bug Chasers
AQP55 covers quite a bit of ground in short order, from thoughts on the 'One World: Together at Home' broadcast, to your options in Ticketmaster’s predatory ticket refund policy change. Then there's the coronavirus bug-chasers mass-protesting against that awesome band Bill Gates & the Deep State and their plans to microchip us and kill us with 5G towers or something. Also covered: the new Fiona Apple record, which couldn’t be more perfectly timed - arriving when we’re all stuck in our homes, hair grown out and unkempt, restlessly walking in circles, wearing stained pajamas while our pets freak out wondering what the hell is happening. It’s a perfect mood-setter for ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters,’ a magnificent album and the running leader for album of the year. Dig in deeper: Antiquiet.com AQ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/antiquiet AQ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/antiquiet/ AQ on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antiquiet/
41 minutes | 10 months ago
054: Love Lockdown: Armageddon Fetish
Still alive! AQP54 digs into new music from Run The Jewels, Nine Inch Nails, Phish and Pearl Jam, with a send-off to Bill Withers and the sad discovery that Joe Exotic doesn't write or sing his own songs. Also, a review of the new Louis CK special. But first, an exploration of armageddon fetishization. People have been obsessed by the idea of civilization ending for a very, very long time - long before Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck landed on a stupid asteroid. From the end date of the Mayan calendar to the Epic of Gilgamesh, from the Genesis flood to the Book of Revelation, all the way up through silly nonsense like The Day After Tomorrow and The Walking Dead, the end of life as we know it has always been a fixture in cultures around the world. Except that's not what it really looks like at all. Dig in deeper: Antiquiet.com AQ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/antiquiet AQ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/antiquiet/ AQ on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antiquiet/
167 minutes | 10 months ago
053: Pearl Jam Fan Life Pt. 2 (2003-2020)
This is one Pearl Jam fan’s blueprint to chasing the dragon of musical passion. Falling in love. Catching tambourines. Traveling thousands of miles for shows, many times over, for 2-3 hours of heart-soaring release, catharsis and rejuvenation. Album releases. Show adventures. Riding the rail at Pj20, Temple of The Dog, countless festivals and beyond. The second half of a two-episode run on the journey of a lifelong Pearl Jam fan, from the ‘90s teenage obsessions through today’s seasoned adoration. This is part two of the saga, a continuation from part one on episode 47. These are the stories, songs, observations and other weird wanderings about a band whose music has soundtracked every shifting frequency of my own life. This picks up where part one left off, in late 2003 - the halfway point (so far) on nearly three decades of adventures with Pearl Jam.
34 minutes | a year ago
052: When Heroes Become Assholes
AQP is back! Anticipated albums of 2020, Josh Homme's rough road, Pearl Jam's revitalized new path and more. Also - what do you do when one of your heroes acts like a monstrous asshole?
28 minutes | a year ago
051: Thom Yorke in the Forest, RATM Reunion
On a chilly Devil's Night in Los Angeles, the pine-framed magic of the Greek Theater was a perfect setting for a tour-closing show from Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke. A trip to Pulp Fiction’s Big Kahuna Burger pop-up followed, along with rants/raves on the Rage Against The Machine reunion announcement.
20 minutes | a year ago
050: Desert Sessions Review
The longest-running mixtape in existence returns Oct 25 with two new volumes, Desert Sessions vol. 11 & 12, after a 16 year hiatus. This new collection finds a pack of seasoned demons brewing up a delicious kaleidoscope of sound, with Josh Homme (QOTSA) as producer/cupid for a carousel of guests in the desert.
45 minutes | a year ago
049: Dennis Lyxzén of Refused
Hardcore legends Refused have just released their explosively confrontational new album War Music, and frontman Dennis Lyxzén gives us the full breakdown in this episode.
65 minutes | a year ago
048: Metallica on Acid
An LSD experience alongside 16,000 maniacal Metallica fans at the Chase Center in San Francisco, with a special performance alongside a 75-piece orchestra. That’s the story for today’s episode, recapping the S&M2 show with Metallica + the San Francisco Symphony. Also covered: the new Tool album 'Fear Inoculum', new music from Refused, Desert Sessions + more.
124 minutes | a year ago
047: Pearl Jam Fan Life Pt. 1 (1991-2003)
Stories, songs, observations and other weird wanderings about a band whose music has soundtracked every shifting frequency of my own life. Here is part one of a two-episode run on the path of Pearl Jam fandom, from teenage obsession through seasoned adoration. This is one PJ fan's blueprint to falling in love. Discovering musical passion. Catching a tambourine. Finding my heartsong. Traveling thousands of miles for shows, many times over, for three hours of heart-soaring release, catharsis and rejuvenation. For almost three decades I’ve looked to Pearl Jam's music as a life barometer, a horizon line by which to fix my eyes and set my course over the high seas of life. This is the story of that path.
63 minutes | 2 years ago
046: Matt Vaughan of Easy Street Records
The Seattle legend and torchbearer for indie music stores shares in-house tales of Pearl Jam, Reignwolf and more. Packed with iconic history, Easy Street Records has an incredible selection of vinyl & memorabilia, as well as an-store venue, cafe and art you won’t find anywhere else. It’s all due to the passion and spirit of founder/owner Matt Vaughan.
54 minutes | 2 years ago
Reignwolf's new album 'Hear Me Out' is spectacular. Frontman Jordan Cook met us in a Seattle coffee shop for an intimate deep dive on the record, a day prior to release. 'Hear Me Out' is Reignwolf uncompromised, a powerful display of musical evolution which finally captures the explosive, kick-drum stomping spontaneity of their live performances. It's a leap of evolution for the virtuosic Cook, who channels onstage fits of one-handed guitar solos and off-mic roaring through impossibly good songwriting - all of which makes for a soul-fire streak of anthemic rock. It makes you a believer.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
044: Rob Sheridan
The former art director for Nine Inch Nails launches his first comic book, called High Level, on Feb. 20 via DC/Vertigo. This episode features a deep dive with Rob on comics, glitch art, musical holy grails, Nine Inch Nails, cultural armageddon and more.
64 minutes | 2 years ago
043: John Garcia
Kyuss legend and founder of desert rock institutions such as Unida, Slo-Burn, Hermano and Vista Chino has returned with his next incarnation: John Garcia & The Band Of Gold.
35 minutes | 2 years ago
042: 2018 Year in Review
Recapping the top 10 albums of 2018, and a look at why Christmas music is stuck in the post-WWII era. Everyone who sings the songs of our holiday merriment is now dead and gone, but we're hooked on monochromatic nostalgia from simpler times.
49 minutes | 2 years ago
041: Ken Andrews of Failure
Failure’s new album In The Future Your Body Will Be The Furthest Thing From Your Mind is a fantastic continuation of the high-caliber legacy the guys have built over two decades. We connect with Ken to talk about making Failure’s most personal record yet, hitting the road in 2019 and more - including being unaware of A Perfect Circle’s cover of “The Nurse Who Loved Me” until after it had been released.
83 minutes | 2 years ago
040: Scott Reeder
A one-on-one with Scott Reeder - legendary bassist, producer and member of defunct desert-rock demigods Kyuss, as well as Fireball Ministry, Sun & Sail Club and beyond. Stories include auditioning for Tool, the long road back from injury, political armageddon, the road ahead with Fireball Ministry and much more.
32 minutes | 2 years ago
039: Four Fists Talk ‘6666’
Minneapolis rappers P.O.S. + Astronautalis discuss their long-awaited new album as Four Fists, easily one of the best records of 2018.
67 minutes | 2 years ago
038: It’s a Bonnaroo Thing
A massive, sweaty, psychedelic kaleidoscope of music and oddity blooms in the forests of Tennessee for one weekend each year. Publicists Leigh Grainey and Jake Whitener take us behind the scenes of the Best Festival in America to discuss magic moments, the culture, the hedonism, the madness and the overwhelming love of all things Bonnaroo.
68 minutes | 2 years ago
037: The Phish Phenomenon
All things Phish with diehard Reverend Justito. From deciphering the band’s magic to a firsthand experience of the violent incidents this Summer at the Gorge, to oddities like Antelope Greg and beyond - it's a balanced intro for newcomers, and a deep dive for superfans.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2020