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71 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Greg Gilmore and the Fever Dreams – Live Debutants
AND. WE. ARE. BACK. Live and performing before a live studio audience for the very first time, we are happy to introduce Greg Gilmore and the Fever Dreams. Admittedly, this is not their first appearance on the show; you might remember them in their (very recent) incarnation as Silver. Everyone, except Jorge – he’s new. […]
71 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Six Sundays – Cutting the Turgid Cheese
Blowing in like a bat out of somewhere more comfortable and dry (and with snacks) is Oregon’s own dad-punk trio, Six Sundays. Fans of the show may remember Six Sundays relatively recent performances at the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market or bassist/crooner Foo Fleming from RWHAP (…he’s the one who always wore the fez…. yes, […]
73 minutes | May 28, 2021
Post Humous – Not 100% Finished
Whilst laying down new tracks at ye olde Dogwater Studios, local stake punk and rocker, Glynn Osburn, stopped by the Zoom Room to talk about what’s happening in his corner of the world. His band, Post Humous, is wrapping up recording a new full-length album and are excited to hit the circuit this summer and […]
93 minutes | May 21, 2021
Filependejo – A Series of Bad Decisions
Welcome back to our favorite one-man band: Felipendejo! Nothing will keep this man down, not snow in May, not Jon Cena, and certainly not COVID-19. You of course remember him from previous episodes as well as opening for epic acts like Mac Sabbath, Metalachi and Clownvis. Throughout the pandemic, Kevin worked in a weed store […]
65 minutes | May 14, 2021
Franc Friday – This Isn’t Even My Final Form
The turn of a season, the promise of a turn in the tide: this the stage is set for this week’s guest, Franc Friday. New and unexpected things from this quadrant – like many, Franc spent the past year getting his experimental introspection on . Instead of plying his wordsmithing to his beats, he dropped […]
77 minutes | May 11, 2021
The Randy Savages – Cream of the Crop
“You ever stare at people weirdly and listen to a song together?” is the best question of this episode and it wasn’t even asked by a host. “The Randy Savages are a pop-punk wrestling collective who do not identify as a band, they prefer “Punk Rock Wrestling Accompaniment.”” They emulate and create odes dedicated to the […]
77 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
*REPOST* Redfield Clipper – Introspective Explosion
The Year of COVID has been transformative for a lot of people. This week’s guest, Redfield Clipper, talks a lot about his own transformation into a new style of music, composing an album largely online and grappling with death. It’s a pretty heavy episode… It’s also a really fun episode! Redfield regales us with stories of creating the music for the album “Death Anxiety” and the many projects he’s been involved with (like “Say Their Names” With Lily Baran). His own musical journey sees him drifting away from the hip-hop beats and more into the jazzy-jam realms of R&B. It’s a lot about growth and transformation, when we get down to it. (Bonus: Rick calls out Sir Paul McCartney’s bad songwriting.) Thanks for listening! Make a wish!
88 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
Ugly Orphans – Here To Play
Hello! Welcome to the Worst Little Podcast. This week Nick, Kim, and Rick welcome Tom, Eric, and Billy from Ugly Orphans to the show. They brought a bunch of brand new punk rock with them and gave some hilarious quiz answers. Press play for a whole lot of Podcast exclusives! We’re back next week with Glynn Osburn and Sean Pearson. Thanks for listening!
89 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Shannon Dobbs – Un-Commonly Grounded
I cant stop sneezing – spring must be here. Thanks for stopping in and checking us out – if you’re a follower, I think we have the technical details worked out, and we appreciate your patience. If not, please let our customer service know at the link here. Haha. Our guest this week is Shannon Dobbs, Reno entrepreneur and international agent of change. Shannon has spent a lot of time in Reno, as a community member as well as a business owner, and literally has put his money where his mouth is, betting on a future of change. You may know him as the former proprietor of the Five Star or the founder of On Common Ground, a community food network. Shannon Dobbs We range unusually far and wide this week: We talk about Shannon’s new digs in Mexico. We take some trips down memory lane, talking about the old Reno, the dark and dirty Reno, the Reno full of optimism and hope. We also talk about a lot of the current harsh realities, from COVID to food insecurity. Shannon also has a book coming out, regarding community organizing to combat food anxieties. Look for Low Hanging Fruit to come out on (or around) 7/11/2021. Featured Music this week from Vague Choir, Karma and Erin Drive. Thanks For Listening!
70 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Margy Ford – Powerhouse
We never said we were good at scheduling, which is why we are concluding our Women’s March in April (but it was recorded in March – really!). We are super excited to wrap things up with one of the great friends of the show, and all of us personally, the incredible singer, Margy Ford. Margy Ford via Zoom Margy Ford has been a mainstay of the Reno music scene for the better part of the last decade. Her strong singing talents and affable nature have pushed her into the limelight in bands like Candyshoppe, Satellite Serenade, Wheatstone Bridge and, of course, the contemporary Roxxy Collie. Plus, she’s just a blast to talk to . We check in with her musical progress, as well as her recovery after a bad injury during the pandemic. When will the next Roxxy Collie album come out? You might just have to stay tuned… Thanks For Listening
72 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Jackie Dilworth – The Jackalope Speaks
We continue Women’s March by inviting back to the show, the noted Northern Nevada writer, producer, and educator. That’s actually a really short list of things Jackie does – she’s an accomplished performer and a well known name in many communities throughout the state. Jackie Dilworth Jackie is the host of The Jackalope Hour, a weekly music program broadcast from Goldfield, NV (and available on KWNK, mixcloud or ShoutingFire). The conversation ranges far and wide this week as Jackie is an eloquent conversationalist, the official unoffical Mayor of NadaDada and a woman of hidden talents. There is a lot of history and memories in this show, so buckle up and take your Metamucil for this trip down Memory Lane. As a fellow audiophile, and with better access than us, Jackie was able to put together a playlist of some of her favorite female performers in the Reno area. For your musical enjoyment, we have a curated show with music from Lily Baran, Kung Fu Sophie, Roxxy Collie and Grace Hayes. It’s a delightful musical adventure with some good friends and powerful voices. Thanks For Listening!
75 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Momo – That’s All You Need To Know
It’s not just the people on stage who make a scene happen – a ‘B-side’ to making shows happen. It’s also the promoters and booking agents who shed blood sweat and tears backstage, before, during and after every show. This week’s guest, Momo of Momo Promo, is no stranger to the trials and tribulations of being the go-between liason to venues and performers. Momo Promo We get a chance to talk to Momo about bringing shows to Reno, the good times and the bad. We also spend a moment talking about her new project, Hanging Out Thursdays, a videocast featuring interviews with local bands! Next weekend, Momo Promo is also one of the hosts and sponsors of “Drag In Roll: A Virtual Benefit for Eddy House“. Follow the link for more details. Momo – “Go To Hell” For your listening enjoyment, and in honor of Women’s March, Momo has also brought us a playlist of some of her favorite woman-fronted acts that she’s been able to bring to Reno. It’s a fantastic lineup we think you’ll enjoy. This delayed episode brought to you by COVID vaccinations – we (Rory) will be better about this next week – we (he) swears! Thanks for Listening!
80 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
Betty Rocker – Distance Makes the Rock Grow Louder
Welcome to out Third Annual Women’s March, here on WLP. This week Brian, Carla, Carolyn and Rick from Betty Rocker join us virtually! Carla Rocker Carolyn Gates Brian Garland Rick Charles Reverend Rory apologizes for the continued lateness of the podcast posts – he got his COVID shot this week and temporarily lost his mind. (Like I really thought I had published this a few days ago, but it must have been a fever dream.) What’s not a fever dream is the awesome new music Betty Rocker is debuting with us – composed and collaborated across the digital miles in this past, odd, weird year. Just goes to show, you can’t keep good music down. Thanks for listening!
93 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Eric Stangeland – Love What You Do
I love this episode. But this is some heavy shit – trigger warning for anyone who doesn’t like medical distress. Joining us is Eric Stangeland of One Stop Guitar as well as many Reno musical adventures and bands over the years. He shares with us a few tracks from his upcoming album, “Wake Up”. It is an autobiographical, collaborative project that we talk about in some detail in the show – both the project and the events leading up to Eric’s decision to create an album in 2020. Eric Stangeland Eric brings along with him two of his collaborators (and no strangers to the show) Mark Earnest and Anthony “Uncle Tony” Collier-Ashworth of ToneMark Soundshttps://www.facebook.com/tonemarksounds. They both contribute on the album as well as being creative forces behind the recording and release. They also launched this label in 2020. What is up with everyone being all creative when constrained to be less social? Crazy how that is working out. Mark Earnest This episode is a little music light – we don’t want to spoil all of the album. However, it is content heavy. Eric share with us a LOT; so if you don’t like a harrowing tale of tragedy and climbing back from the remains of your old life to come back better, stronger, faster… keep on searching. On the other hand, a sincere ‘thank you’ to Eric for sharing a deeply personal chapter. Anthony Collier-Ashworth and YOU! Thanks for listening.
95 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
Joe C. Rock and Steve Emmerich – Silence in Midtown
It’s hard to keep a good man down – and we’ve got two good men on the show this week: muralist Joe C. Rock and event promoter Steve Emmerich of Fresh Bakin’. We are also featuring select music form some of the bands playing in the upcoming virtual Reno Punk Rock Flea Market: Valentine’s Slay, this Saturday 02/13/2021 on an internet near you. Joe C. Rock Seriously – we could not have had a better pairing of guests this week. We delve into the state of the arts in Reno from perspectives we don’t usually get (non-musicians affiliated with the music scene). Joe reflects on his recent socially-distant art show at Sierra Arts; Steve laments the void… and the lack of ability and opportunity to put on shows. The Face of Fresh Bakin’ – Steve Emmerich While we wait for the entertainment world to return to a semblance of normalcy, please go support and watch the RPRFM Valentine’s Slay this weekend and buy some schwag. Kim and Ian have been working hard to make this come together with the rest of the RPRFM crew in support of The Generator. There are going to be a bunch of great acts, including, but not limited to: Weapons of Mass Creation, One Ton Dually, Ozymandias, Kanawha, and more! Best Midtown collab EVAR Thanks for Listening!
99 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
Johnny Harpo – Loudmouth Love-in
How much Johnny Harpo is enough Johnny Harpo? Well, here at the Worst Little Podcast, we say there is NEVER enough Johnny Harpo! This episode marks his 600th appearance on our show – truly amazing. We get into it deep, right off the bat, talking about recording, Rigorous Proof‘s upcoming album, Star Trek, a rundown of Johnny’s musical history in Reno, even a quick Max Volume story. Johnny and Rory come to a long-overdue reconciliation over a review you probably have never read – truly a tearful moment. Johnny Harpo We also want to congratulate Nick and Mikie Ramirez on the birth of their daughter, Pauline Marianne Ramirez, on 2/2/21. She already has them wrapped around her finger. She had not quite yet been born when we recorded this, so it’s a teaser. Nick and Pauline Also – please don’t forget about the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market – Kim and Ian have been working with all of our friends over at the Generator and the Flea to make this event happen in the virtual COID world. Streaming this weekend, 02/12/21 wherever you can find social media. Next Week: Muralist Joe C Rock and Fresh Bakin’s Steve Emmerich Thanks for Listening!
89 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Asphalt Socialites – Laugh Riot
A wise man once said, “Be prepared to spend a lot of time laughing with your friends.” This week is no exception. Wild and glamorous like an oil slick in a high-end garage, we are excited to welcome the Asphalt Socialites back to the studio for the first time since 2017. I haven’t laughed this hard all year. Ken, Ian, Robb and Travis all assembled How many antics can you get to in one interview? Besides some jokes and stories, we were treated to some literal bathroom humor from Ken, Travis ran laps in a theater – and then drove home on the call. And let’s not mention how Robb tricked the whole band into showing up with false promises of treats. Asphalt Socialites Asphalt Socialites have new singles coming out all spring, in lieu of a traditional album release So, find them on your favorite social media or at their own website to follow them for updates on those release dates! Thanks for Listening!
96 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Basement Tapes – Our Seasons Go To 11
GREETINGS PODCAST FANS! Welcome to Season 11 – we are excited to have you with us, once again. We hope your holiday and new year was merry and bright. It’s a whole new world! Now: back to the music! We are stoked and honored to welcome Basement Tapes back to the show! Travis, Amy, Deb and Bob all popped into the zoomroom to hang out with us for this first episode of the new era. (Garret was busy with lame things like ‘getting a good night sleep for work’, but we wont hold it against him… yet) Armed with a handful of new songs, they are ready to release a new album – and you get a sneak peek at the tracks right here. Join us to hear how they have coped with writing and recording amidst a pandemic (fairly well, tbh) and other adventures in music! On the horizon: Check out Reno Punk Rock Flea Market’s Valentine Slay – an online fundraiser for The Generator – Kadiallac Kim is one of the organizers, once again, and we are excited for what they have in store this year in a re-vamped online event. Next Week: Asphalt Socialites Thanks for Listening!
61 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
LNOY – Longest Night of the Longest Year and the Darkest Christmas Show
SIMP-LEE !!!HAV-ING!!!!A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS TIME!!!!!! Merry Krimble, one and all, from all of us here at the Worst Little Podcast. For the final show of the year and Season 10 we are lucky enough to be joined by friends from the East: L.N.O.Y (Listless Numbers of Youth) from Winnemucca, NV. LNOY – “Listless” album cover LNOY does two versions of their newest punk Christmas tune. Reverend Rory wasn’t there so he doesn’t know what was on the show this week – notes indicate “How Winnemuccans lose their virginity” was a topic of note… a trigger warning is in effect for most of the songs (but if you’re a regular listener, you know that and for new listeners – surprise! the whole show is a trigger) And finally, we close the show with our own Nick Ramirez’s “Santa Clause” – Ho! ho! Let’s go!Be safe out there, stay home, wear a mask if you don’t, wash your hands, don’t drink and drive, live to spite 2020 and we will see you next season in 2021 for Season 11!!!!!! ELEVENTY!!!!11!Thanks For Listening!
84 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Ford Corl – One of the 50 – (Christmas Pt.1)
HO! HO! HO! A Merry Christmas to you three and the rest of our listening audience. We are winding up Season 10 with not one, but TWO Holiday shows, one more Christmas-y than the last. It’s been a hell of a year, full of adaptation and changes, so we thank you all for bearing with us. Hope our silly banter has helped you get through 2020, just a little. The Dumb Album art This week – Ford Corl graces us with his digital presence. Ford is a local singer songwriter who has been quietly cogitating and evolving. from a solo-bedroom creator, to a bandmate and finally back to the bedroom again (thanks, COVID). A few weeks ago, Ford released his latest studio album and…. it would be a disservice to call it a hum-dinger, but it really is a HUM-MOTHERFUCKIN’-DINGER! Titled “The Dumb Album”, this introspective exploration is anything but dumb. We immensely enjoyed the album and talking to Ford about the process of creating an album in 2020. Ford Corl (Photo -insight magazine) Hope your pre-Christmas is merry and bright. Stay tuned for a second episode this week – out before Christmas – with LNOY from Winnemucca. Thanks for listening!
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