John Congleton is an American Grammy Award-winning record producer, engineer, mixer, writer and musician who has worked with artists such as St. Vincent, Wallows, Everything Everything, Bully, Angel Olsen, Future Islands, The Decemberists, Goldfrapp, Sharon Van Etten and many, many more. In addition to his production work, Congleton has fronted the alternative rock band the Paper Chase, and writes music for a newer project entitled the Nighty Nite. He has also written music for various other projects, including MTV's Jackass, the Discovery Channel, Friday Night Lights, Evil Lives Here, and several Halloween sound effects/music CDs. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Working with Steve Albini Making recordings sound exactly how it sounds in the room Getting sounds at the source vs. fixing/manipulating them in post Using headphone mixes to help guide musicians to get the right performances What to do when you can't get the sound you're after Balancing the needs of a producer vs. the artist Recording fat snare sounds Reamping drums Analog vs digital recording Fighting the urge to be a control freak while recording vs keeping things simple Getting punchy kick drums without relying on top-end To learn more about John Congleton, visit: https://www.nextwavemanagement.com/john-congleton/ To learn more tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/ Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/ Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/ Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community To make sure that you don't miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android. Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!
New files, new audio, a new source, new partnerships, and a trek out to the Olympic Peninsula heat up the investigation into Israel Keyes.This episode was written, produced, and researched by Josh Hallmark. With additional research by Ben Lamb and Kaz. Resources: • The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/jan/16/bring-up-the-bodies-gene-sandy-ralston-drowning-victims-sonarPatreon producers: Alexa Horn, Amy Basil, Benjamin Cioppa-Fong, Casey Jensen-Richardson, Dana Keith, Drew Vipond, Hallie Reed, Jessica Alihodzic, Jillian Natale, John O'Leary, Kendall C, Kimberly K, Lauren F, Lindsay Kurtis, Manolis Boukolus, Meggan Capps-Seawel, Sara C, SC, Shannon Foster, Shelly Brewer, Tuesdi Woodworth, Zack Ignatowicz Warren, and Lydia Fiedler. Join the Patreon team and support the investigation: www.patreon.com/truecrimebs For more info: www.truecrimebullshit.com Music by: William Hellfire, Radical Face, Lee Rosevere, Sergey Cheremisinov, Beneath the Mountain, Yehezkal Raz, Eleven Tales, Sero, Jameson Nathan Jones, Itai Argaman, and John Gegelman Featured song: All Mirrors by Angel Olsen
As we are getting closer to the end of the year I figured it was time for some quiet indie tunes from 2022. This collection goes from the slow pop of Monica Martin to the ambient vocals of Brian Eno to the simple folk sound of Phosphorescent to a Joni Mitchel cover. My favorite track is "This Is How It Works" by Angel Olsen. It will probably be in my top three songs of the year. Enjoy these vocal tunes, I'll get back to ambient soon. Cheers! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 David Byrne And Yo La Tengo - Who Has Seen The Wind 02:42 Monica Martin - Go Easy, Kid 06:37 The Smile - Open the Floodgates 10:44 Kevin Morby - Stop Before I Cry 15:33 Shearwater - Aqaba 20:30 Angel Olsen - This Is How It Works 26:42 Courtney Marie Andrews - These Are The Good Old Days 29:11 Peter Gabriel - Here It Is 34:10 Brian Eno - There Were Bells 38:34 Flock Of Dimes - Amelia 44:16 Big Thief - Change 49:04 Mamak Khadem - Dead and Alive 54:14 Phosphorescent - Meridian, MS 56:27 end
It's the 14th installment of the show that talks about you on purpose! And in this delightful episode we discuss a wide range of topics including the upcoming Willy Wonka prequel directed by the guy behind the recent Paddington movies and The Mighty Boosh, our process behind preparing to record an episode of TRAPPO, the different film adaptations of Frank Herbert's Dune and that adorable pug that just keeps popping up in David Lynch's film, the state of modern science fiction cinema, feedback on Angel Olsen's Whole New Mess, our ceaseless adoration of punk legends The Stooges, controversial opinions on direct-to-video sequels to mediocre theatrical horror movies, and so much more! Put it in your ears and enjoy the ride! Join the conversation! Leave a comment on the official TRAPPO blog telling us what you think of the show, and while you're at it leave some topics for future episodes! If you're feeling more verbose, a snazzy email is always appreciated. And don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter for the complete experience. One final note before we part: A Danzig poll was promised before the end of September in this episode, and that never happened. The long-awaited poll will go live on the blog on Tuesday, October 25th. Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trappo/message
🦝 Un divendres més, obrim les portes de les Golfes i compartim amb vosaltres la nostra playlist! 1 hora dona per molt! Per repassar novetats com les de l'Ernest Crusats o la Carlota Flâneur, per posar-se molt tendre amb la Elle Leon o la Clara Andrés i fins i tot parlar d'una de les millors sèries de televisió de la història, com es Six Feet Under. Apa! Fins aviat! Han sonat: Ernest Crusats, Carlota Flâneur, Angel Olsen, Elle Leon, Marta Knight, Nuria Graham, Clara Andrés, Saüc En Flor, Jo Jet I Maria Ribot, Gèls + Marialluïsa, Aliment, La Urss, Santa Companha, Sia
Harrisburg University and The River 97.3 Present - THE HU POWER HALF HOUR. Frank Schofield & Glenn Hamilton talk about the strong finish to the incredible HU Riverfront Concert Series and all of the indoor shows coming this Fall/Winter. Plus music this week from Peter Bjorn & John Bergsman, The National, Tragically Hip, Barns Courtney, and Angel Olsen. Do us a solid and Like and Subscribe! For info about upcoming HU Concerts, and be sure to follow Harrisburg University Presents on all the socials and visit https://concertseries.harrisburgu.edu/
Angel Olsen volta a subir a palco no Capitólio e passa pelas tardes da 3; Emicida, Vicki Kristina Barcelona e Angela Salvi com concertos hoje; Pixies anunciam regresso a Portugal para 2023, no Campo Pequeno.
Rescaldo do Iminente com a canadiana Rochelle Jordan feliz por ter estado num festival com tanta diversidade; Angel Olsen dá hoje o primeiro de dois concertos em Lisboa. Antes de ir ao Capitólio, passou pela Antena 3
Angel Olsen atua hoje e amanhã no Capitólio, e passa também pelos estúdios da Antena 3; Morreu o saxofonista Pharoah Sanders, aos 81 anos; Disco de estreia de Wolf Manhattan é o Disconexo desta semana.
Angel Olsen atua hoje e amanhã no Capitólio, e passa antes pelos estúdios da Antena 3; Morreu o saxofonista Pharoah Sanders, aos 81 anos; Disco de estreia de Wolf Manhattan é o Disconexo desta semana.
On this week's show, we... celebrate celebrate 40 years of Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska spend quality time with the new Horsegirl record present our wrap-up of the 2022 Hopscotch Music Festival All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Gleich zweimal wurde die Country Szene ins Ryman Auditorium geladen. Einmal für die Acadamy of Country Music Honors Awards und dann für die Americana Awards. Wir feiern die Sieger:innen. Allen voran Brandi Carlile, welche bereits 2021 zu den grossen Gewinnerinnen gehörte. Nicht nur ausgezeichnete Musik hat im Country Special Platz, sondern auch neue Musik die wir ausgezeichnet finden. Charley Crockett, Little Big Town, Kolby Cooper oder Angel Olsen sind ein Teil davon.
Anchorage-based singer and songwriter Quinn Christopherson is our guest on the pod. Having rose to fame in 2019 after winning NPR's Tiny Desk Contest, Quinn this week is showing us that good things come for those who wait and is releasing his debut record 'Write Your Name In Pink'. It is a beautiful record, which touches on community, family, and reflections on both good and bad experiences around him. In today's episode, we're speaking with Quinn about his beautiful songwriting craft, touring with Julien Baker and Angel Olsen, how Uncle Cracker helped shape his musical perception. and we discuss his arresting debut record.You can buy Write Your Name In Pink here.You can listen to Quinn Christopherson here.Quinn Christopherson Instagram: @quinnchristophersonQuinn Christopherson Facebook: @quinnchristophersonThanks again to Quinn Christopherson for his time. We also want to give a special shout out to Liz and Kyle from PIAS Australia for his assistance with this episode.You can help support This Song Is Yours at our Patreon here.You can follow us on the socials below:TSIY Insta: @thissongisyoursTSIY FB: @thissongisyoursTSIY TikTok: @thissongisyours Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
From the back deck of a northeastern suburb, join your host Frozen Lazuras as he spins tasty treats (of the sonic variety). Tonight's episode includes choice cuts from Britta Phillips, The Cramps, The Golden Fleece, Serge Gainsbourg, Pere Ubu, Naima Block, Angel Olsen, and many more.
In this episode: Host Cliff Notez gives you all the details on where to see COUSIN STIZZ , BAD BUNNY, BEANIE MAN, SHARON VAN ETTEN, ANGEL OLSEN, and a dozen more amazing artists in Boston this week. Plus: Lust for Live interviews GRACE GIVERTZ and we get the inside scoop from TOKI WRIGHT. You give us 20 minutes, we'll give you an unforgettable weekend. This is Lust for Live: Boston, the first in a nationwide network of local podcasts that curate this week's concerts, comedy, culture, and live events in your town. Subscribe to us wherever you get your podcasts. Get our weekly events newsletter at lustforlive.xyz. Follow us on Amazon AMP to be notified when we're interviewing artists LIVE. Our interviews are archived at YouTube.com/DoubleElvis.Got an event we missed? Got one coming up? Want to nominate someone else (or yourself!) to be featured on the Lust for Live? Connect with @LustForLiveBOS on Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter. Or shoot us an email at lustforliveBOS@doubleelvis.com
As broadcast August 8, 2022 with plenty of favorites and hearts to make your stream flutter proper. Tonight we update our favorites of the year thus far, with tunes both old and new that we found striking thus far in the calendar year, along with some album recommendations from us in the process. Great tunes from all over the map with highlights from Wet Leg, Just Mustard, Big Thief, and Ibibio Sound Machine amongst two hours of great tunes.#feelthegravityTracklist (ST:RT)Part I (00:00)Wet Leg – Wet DreamWet Leg – Chaise LongueFlorence + The Machine – KingRegina Spektor – Becoming All AloneHurray For The Riff Raff – SAGARobert Glasper – Why We SpeakMonophonics – Sage Motel Part II (36:38)Jacob Banks – Just When I ThoughtIbibio Sound Machine – Afo Ken Doko MienDust In The Sunlight – Former LivesRyan Egan – Soft PowerBlack Country, New Road – Good Will HuntingArcade Fire – The Lightning IArcade Fire – The Lightning II Part III (67:50)Big Thief – Sparrow Angel Olsen – Big TimeAndrew Bird – AtomizedLunar Isles – Balloons KALI – Anybody ElseLaura Rain & The Caesars – Rise AgainThe Sure Fire Soul Ensemble – Love Age Part IV (103:25)Son Lux feat Mitski & David Byrne – This Is A LifeJust Mustard – 23 Khruangbin & Leon Bridges – MariellaBobby Oroza – I Got LoveDreamer Isioma – Sunset DriveKurt Vile – Mount Airy Hill (Way Gone)
We've just about recovered from a great bank holiday weekend in Waterford for All Together Now, returning for the first time since 2019. Nick Cave was the main attraction, delivering possibly the best performance ever seen at an Irish music festival. While reviewing ATN with a little help from some friends such as punters Tara Robinson and Niall Mac Suain, artist Ailbhe Reddy, and Grub Circus curator Joe McNamee, we talk about the contenders for best ever performances at an Irish music festival. But first, it's the return of Zara Hedderman, who talks about hosting the IMRO Podcast. Later, artist Muireann Levis on a great new event, including pedal boats, that she's involved with in West Cork next week, while Chris Power talks to us about a new collective in Cork. Then, there's new music from Maija Sofia ('O Theramin') and Neil Dexter ('I'll Be Ready'), who both discuss the tracks as well. 02.16 Zara Hedderman returns to talk about hosting the IMRO Podcast, writing about music for a living, the new Angel Olsen album and reviewing for Pitchfork. 19:25 All Together Now reviewed ft Joe McNamee, Tara Robinson, Niall Mac Suain, and Ailbhe Reddy 25:09 Joe McNamee on curating Grub Circus food tent at All Together Now 44:11 1:02:07 CMAT's speech at All Together Now 1:14:02 Muireann Levis on her sound installation ‘Inbhear' an exploration and a celebration of the soundscape and identity of Ballydehob, which takes place August 11-15. Tickets - https://ballydehobjazzfestival.org/ballydehob-jazz-festival-presents-muireann-levis-inbhear/ 1:22:49 Chris Power on Dose, a Cork-based multi-disciplinary platform creating spaces & events for local talent, the diaspora and artists based in Ireland 1:30:!5 Maija Sofia on her new single 'O Theramin'. Buy it at https://maijasofia.bandcamp.com/album/o-theremin 1:36:33 Neil Dexter on his new single and album 'I'll Be Ready'. Preorder - https://www.neildextermusic.com/shop/p/ill-be-ready-album-180g-vinyl-pre-order
This week, American singer-songwriter Angel Olsen joins host Mathias Rosenzweig to learn about synesthesia, the perceptual phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway. Like, what does that even mean! Angel learns: what are the different types of synesthetes? How did we prove that this is a real phenomenon and not just a bunch of cooky mooky? And is she herself a synesthete? Our specialist on today's episode is artist and founder of the American Synesthesia Association Carol Steen. Click here to find out of you're a synesthete! V WANNA KNOW was created and is hosted by Mathias Rosenzweig It's produced by Ryan Killian Krause and Mathias Rosenzweig Our editors are Citizens of Sound
In this week's episode, Wyndham and Jeremy sit down to discuss the albums they've been loving and the mid-year contenders for the coveted “album of the year”. The brothers break down new favorites from Horsegirl, Let's Eat Grandma, Saba, and The Smile, plus strong new records from Angel Olsen and Kevin Morby. Let us know what you've been listening to @thebrotherpod on Twitter and check out our custom WAYLTXV playlist on Spotify.
On this first SHEROES Heart episode, hear Angel Olsen discuss gender, the “different styles of patriarchy,” equality, and what it's like being an AFAB, queer musician in today's world. Fresh off the release of her sixth album Big Time, Angel gets deep about coming out, as well as navigating expectations men have when working with womxn, the challenges of being the boss, the internalized systems she is dismantling, and “learning to be straight up.”
We're back with a brand-new episode of the show that talks about stuff on purpose! This week, we're concluding our two-part listener poll results discussion with a closer look at 2019's All Mirrors by Angel Olsen, as well as 2020's companion release Whole New Mess. We had a lot of fun talking about these two records, and we think you'll have a good time learning a little more about them. Join the conversation! Leave a comment on the official TRAPPO blog telling us what you think of All Mirrors, and don't forget to suggest topics for future episodes while you're at it! And if you're feeling more verbose, sending a friendly email is always appreciated. And of course, you can follow our official Instagram feed if you're looking for the complete TRAPPO experience. We're also on Twitter, but nobody follows us there, so don't worry about it. Sincere thanks to everybody for voting in our poll! Be on the lookout for additional polls in the near future! And thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trappo/message
On this week's Talkhouse Podcast we've paired up a couple of old friends and onetime tourmates, Sharon Van Etten and Jonathan Meiburg. This pairing was especially fun for me, since I had the pleasure of putting these two together in a different context many years ago, when I was editor of The A.V. Club: Sharon and Jonathan performed an amazing version of the Tom Petty/Stevie Nicks duet “Stop Draggin' My Heart Around” for the site's A.V. Undercover series. Seeing their faces together brought back that fun memory, and it was great seeing them reconnect. Van Etten is a singer and songwriter who's been making records for the past decade plus, growing and changing and taking chances in exactly the way you hope truly talented people will. Her amazing early records were quietly intense, very confessional affairs, but she burst from the seams with subsequent releases. In 2019, she released Remind Me Tomorrow, which brought in bigger sounds and colors and an entirely different kind of confidence to her songwriting and performance. She gives partial credit in this chat to producer John Congleton, who was recommended to Van Etten by none other than Jonathan Meiburg. Earlier this year, Van Etten released another incredible album called We've Been Going About This All Wrong, which puts into intense songs some of the feelings we've all been feeling the past couple of years. You know what I'm talking about. Check out “Mistakes” from that new album, and check out Van Etten on the Wild Hearts tour over the next few months, with Angel Olsen and Julien Baker. Today's other guest, Jonathan Meiburg, is best known in the music world as the driving force behind the band Shearwater, which he started way back in the late ‘90s as an offshoot of his previous band, Okkervil River. But under this name, Meiburg has created a vast and varied catalog that combines his writerly mind with sometimes-moody, sometimes-joyous music. Shearwater just released their first album in six years: It's called The Great Awakening, and it's what a lazy podcast host might refer to as a return to form—or at least more austere earlier vibes. Don't let that six-year gap fool you, though: Meiburg has been plenty busy. He's got another band called Loma with the members of Cross Record, and they've got a third album on the way. Oh, and Meiburg wrote and released an incredible book called A Most Remarkable Creature: The Hidden Life and Epic Journey of the World's Smartest Birds of Prey, which rolls up history, science, and travel into one really beautifully written piece. (Around Talkhouse HQ, we like to brag that Meiburg has written a bunch of pieces for us over the years.) As you'll hear in this conversation, he's already started working on another book. Check out “Empty Orchestra” from The Great Awakening. As you'll hear, Van Etten and Meiburg are old friends who toured together long ago, but hadn't seen each other in person until very recently, when Van Etten's tour took her to Hamburg, where Meiburg is currently living. They talk about writing songs—and specifically about how gibberish can become lyrics, which I always find interesting. Meiburg remarks on Van Etten's transformation as a stage performer over the years, and they even chat about Sharon's son—specifically his relationship to the movie Cool Runnings. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Sharon Van Etten and Jonathan Meiburg for chatting. If you liked what you heard, please do follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platform. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time.
On this week's episode, we're revealing the results of our recent poll, which gave you dear listeners the choice to pick the next record we discuss! And you apparently couldn't decide on just one, so you picked two! That's right, the final poll results were a tie between 2017's Masseduction by St. Vincent (AKA Annie Clark) and 2019's All Mirrors by Angel Olsen. So we decided to talk about both landmark musical works... just not on the same episode. No, we believe that both records deserve their own time to shine in TRAPPO's garden, so we're covering Masseduction this week, and All Mirrors next week. That's twice the bang for your imaginary buck, since this stuff is all free, and that's a pretty good deal! And the deal gets even better, because we've chosen to discuss St. Vincent's 2018 follow-up MassEducation, as well. You can't beat that value, dear listeners! So enjoy our lively St. Vincent discussion this time, and next time get ready for an all-Angel Olsen spectacular! Join the conversation! Leave a comment on our official TRAPPO blog and tell us what you think of Masseduction, and while you're at it you can suggest topics for future episodes! And if you're feeling more verbose, emails are always welcome. And of course you can always follow us on Instagram for the complete TRAPPO experience. Thanks for listening, and we'll see you next week! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trappo/message
On this week's show, we... recap some of our favorite albums of the first half of the year ponder which ones will make our year-end Top 10 list lose sleep over it All this and much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot revisit their interview with British singer Yola, who is in the new Elvis film playing Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Plus they review the new album from Angel Olsen and pay tribute to music writer Chrissie Dickinson. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Angel Olsen, "Big Time," Big Time, Jagjaguwar, 2022Angel Olsen, "All The Good Times," Big Time, Jagjaguwar, 2022Angel Olsen, "Right Now," Big Time, Jagjaguwar, 2022Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen, "Like I Used To," Like I Used To (Single), Jagjaguwar, 2021Angel Olsen, "Dream Thing," Big Time, Jagjaguwar, 2022Angel Olsen, "Go Home," Big Time, Jagjaguwar, 2022Angel Olsen, "Through The Fires," Big Time, Jagjaguwar, 2022Yola, "Starlight," Stand For Myself, Easy Eye Sound, 2021The Highwomen, "Highwomen," The Highwomen, Elektra, 2019The Staple Singers, "Hear My Call, Here," Hammer And Nails, Riverside, 1962Massive Attack, "Harpsicord (Live in Copenhagen)," Unreleased, NA, 2008Phantom Limb, "Draw the Line," Phantom Limb, Naim Edge, 2009Yola, "Break The Bough," Stand For Myself, Easy Eye Sound, 2021Yola , "Stand For Myself," Stand For Myself, Easy Eye Sound, 2021Yola, "Diamond Studded Shoes," Stand For Myself, Easy Eye Sound, 2021Miranda Lambert, "Gunpowder & Lead," Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Columbia Nashville, 2007Wet Leg, "Chaise Longue," Wet Leg, Domino, 2022
Len celebrates the opening of his amazing mashed-potatoes-and-water vibed restaurant Mashwaters, with an A-List celebrity turnout, Beave's jazz sextet, Richard Daley's drunken antics, Mickey Morandini's security detail, and an appropriate handling of an unruly Chicago weatherman Andy Avalos. Beave and Len discuss the place of Stephen Curry in the Pantheon of NBA All Time Greats. Beave celebrates THE GUARDIAC KIDS and their late-inning June heroics. Len recommends the new Pixar movie "Lightyear". Beave talks up the new Angel Olsen record. And six more Rolling Stone Album reviews! Neve Campbell, thank you for the podcast love!
On this week's show, we... vent about the overturning of Roe v.. Wade spend quality time with new records from Fantastic Negrito, Angel Olsen, The Black Keys & Drive-By Truckers spin fresh tracks from Pixies, Dry Cleaning & Titus Andronicus All this and much, much less!Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
The 7-inch record isn't just a format—it's an art form. On each episode of The Spindle podcast, music writer Marc Masters and music historian (and music maker) John Howard dive into a great 7-inch, dissecting its background, impact, and the reasons why it stands out as a small plastic piece of music history. This week, the duo digs into the 1988 single by Mudhoney, "Touch Me I'm Sick" b/w "Touch Me I'm Sick." Emerging from the ashes of Green River and led by Mark Arm, Mudhoney would go on to be a huge part of Sub Pop Records history, and this gnarly anthem has more than stood the test of time. This week on The Spindle, Mark and John dig in. They're diseased, but we don't mind.Announcement: Rough Trade is teaming up with Hello Merch to bring exclusive clothing and accessories to Rough Trade's New York location at 30 Rockefeller Plaza on June 30th in Brooklyn. This collaboration kicks off with a slate of limited edition t-shirts from Hello Merch artists including Japanese Breakfast, Parquet Courts, Amyl & The Sniffers, Black Pumas, A Place to Bury Strangers, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mac DeMarco, Deafheaven, Angel Olsen, and Indigo De Souza. Come hang out at this free all eagles event at Rough Trade New York Thursday, June 30th at 6 PM with special DJ set by A Place to Bury Strangers, limited stickers, shirts, and toes featuring art by Sonni, and a special beer from Other Half Brewery. Click here for more info.
This is WASTOIDS With and we're hanging with a voice that should be familiar to listeners, Marc Masters, co-host of The Spindle podcast. Every two weeks, he and his partner John Howard discuss a single 7” record here on WASTOIDS. So far, they've covered 45s by Flipper, Pavement, Superchunk, and Hüsker Dü. Marc's also a musician—he and John played in a group called The Plums—as well as one of our favorite music writers, whose work can be read Pitchfork, Bandcamp, NPR, The Washington Post, and The Wire. His 2007 book No Wave is sadly out of print, but commands high dollar prices on the secondary market, and he's hard at work on a book about the history of cassettes, which we discuss here today on WASTOIDS With…Marc Masters. This week's episode features original music by Sam Means, plus selections from The Plums and Nice Breeze. The Spindle airs every other week here on the WASTOIDS frequency. A new episode featuring Mudhoney will drop this Thursday, June 23rd, so be sure to hit subscribe so you never miss a WASTOIDS podcast. ANNOUNCEMENT: Rough Trade is teaming up with Hello Merch to bring exclusive clothing and accessories to Rough Trade's New York location at 30 Rockefeller Plaza on June 30th in Brooklyn. This collaboration kicks off with a slate of limited edition t-shirts from Hello Merch artists including Japanese Breakfast, Parquet Courts, Amyl & The Sniffers, Black Pumas, A Place to Bury Strangers, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mac DeMarco, Deafheaven, Angel Olsen, and Indigo De Souza. Come hang out at this free all eagles event at Rough Trade New York Thursday, June 30th at 6 PM with special DJ set by A Place to Bury Strangers, limited stickers, shirts, and toes featuring art by Sonni, and a special beer from Other Half Brewery. Click here for more info.
Actor Michael Mando talks about his starring role in Better Call Saul and the strange twists of fate that he's experienced in his life and career. Singer-songwriter Angel Olsen discusses her new country-inspired album, Big Time, which captures her feelings of loss, heartbreak, love and self-actualization. Ishkōdé Records founders ShoShona Kish and Amanda Rheaume talk about celebrating the label's one-year anniversary and how they're continuing to amplify the work of other Indigenous artists. Singer-songwriter Haley Smalls introduces us to her new single, Cry 4 U, about a relationship that just wasn't giving what she was looking for.
In our final episode for Season 2, we listen to some raw tape that didn't make the Julien Baker episode. And we're joined by not one but two fans. Allison, a teenage fan, from Louisiana, shares how Julien's music helped her through her own bouts of depresson during the pandemic. And Azin Samari, a documentary editor on "The September Issue"—the award-winning film about Vogue magazine, Amazon docu-series "Lorena" and more recently, Hulu's "Sasquatch." Azin is currently working on a documentary about the refugee crisis. She discusses her experience with religion, editing for documentary, and its similairities to editing for audio.Thanks to Matador Records for use of the song "Appointments." And Katie Nelson from Grandstand Media for support with music clearance. A big, big thank you to the many Julien Baker fans that reached out. We could only pick one but feel free to record a voice message and I promise to play it on a future mini-episode. And of course to our guest Allison, thank you for sharing the music in your head with all of us in the world — it's a truly special thing. Links to the other episodes discussed — Black Belt Eagle Scout, Ezra Furman, Travis and Lucy Dacus. Julien Baker will tour with Angel Olsen and Sharon Van Etten, for the Wild Hearts Tour, from 21 July to 21 Aug 2022. Remember Season 3 will drop July 7. Write us an Apple Podcast review, or again send me a voice message. If you prefer to share your thoughts via email, drop us a line at email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sarah Palin steht vor ihrem Comeback. Die ehemalige Gouverneurin von Alaska und Vizepräsidentschaftskandidatin von John McCain könnte im Sommer die Nachfolge für den verstorbenen Abgeordneten Don Young im Repräsentantenhaus übernehmen. Ihre Kandidatur in der "Special Election" wird von Donald Trump unterstützt. Der Ex-Präsident versucht bei den Vorwahlen zu den Kongresswahlen im November alles, um seine Kandidatinnen und Kandidaten innerhalb der Partei zum Erfolg zu verhelfen. Ob es ihm gelingt? Und welchen Einfluss haben die öffentlichen Anhörungen zum Sturm aufs Kapitol auf die Zukunft Trumps? Diese Fragen beantworten wir in dem Mitschnitt der Livefolge unseres transatlantischen Podcasts, aufgenommen beim großen Podcastfestival von ZEIT ONLINE am 11. Juni in Berlin. Außerdem sprechen wir mit Hörerinnen und Hörern über die Frage, ob ein Mehrparteiensystem in den Vereinigten Staaten denkbar ist, was passieren würde, sollte Trump zurückkehren und das Weiße Haus nicht mehr verlassen wollen, und welche großen Schriftstellerinnen und Schriftsteller in diesen Zeiten dem Land besonders fehlen. Und im "Get-out": Zwei Reiserouten inklusive Musiktipps von Hank Williams und Angel Olsen – einmal von Ost nach West, einmal von Montana gen Norden. Außerdem zwei Trips für die Wunschliste. Der Podcast erscheint alle zwei Wochen donnerstags. Sie erreichen uns per Mail an firstname.lastname@example.org.
Les nouveautés musicales de la semaine présentées par David Blot ! Et on passe un coup de fil à Anthony Boile, auteur du livre d'entretiens sur Jean-Jacques Burnel, bassiste, chanteur et maintenant leader des Stranglers, qui sera notre invité demain ! Tracklist : Calvin Harris - Acceptable in the 80s Pharrell Williams - Cash In Cash Out (feat. 21 Savage & Tyler, The Creator)Grace Ives - LooseOmar S - Inner Luv (Instrumental Mix)FKJ - Let's LiveNoga Erez - NailsVanyfox - Banzelo na AmazoniaDerya Yıldırım & Grup Şimşek - BALNeu! - Hallogallo (Stephen Morris & Gabe Gurnsey Remix)Spill Tab - Sprinter Feadz & Karlito - Orly YN Jay feat. Rio Da Yung OG & Louie Ray - Coochie FlowThey Hate Change - X-Ray SpexLa banda de Santiago de Cuba - Chan Chan (Live 2003)Angel Olsen - All The Good TimesMoonchild Sanelly - Strip Club (feat. Ghetts)The Stranglers - Golden BrownThe Stranglers - Peaches The Stranglers - Paradise The Stranglers - Relentless Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
Topics: Trip to Philadelphia, Franklin Institute, Liberty Bell, Princeton, Princeton Record Exchange, Golden Touch, stoop visits, roof hangs, Fragole on Court Street, Walter's in Fort Greene, The History of Bones by John Lurie, Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+, 'Flicted by Bruce Hornsby, Harry's House by Harry Styles, Sitting Off the Edge of the World by The Yeah Yeah Yeah's, Big Time by Angel Olsen, Versions of Modern Performance by Horse Girl, From Capelton Hill by Stars, We've Been Going About This All Wrong by Sharon Van Etten, Roscoe's Dream by Mapache, Old and in the Way, Imperial Bedroom by Elvis Costello.
Dieses Wochenende gibt's am Greenfield ein Gitarrengewitter und wir freuen uns mit Sounds! Rock-Experte Dominic Dillier auf The Offspring, Bad Religion, Baroness und mehr. Und am 23. Juni kommen Pearl Jam zurück ins Hallenstadion: Gewinnt bei uns Tickets für Eddie Vedder und seine Crew! Plus in der zweiten Stunde rollen wir die aktuelle Sounds! Woche auf: Mit den neuen Top 5 Tracks auf Spotify , dem Album de Woche von Angel Olsen und weiteren Lieblingsmomenten von der Bad Bonn Kilbi letztes Wochenende.
The week's best new albums include Fantastic Negrito's White Jesus Black Problems, Angel Olsen's Big Time, rapper Namir Blade's sci-fi-inspired Metropolis, 070 Shake's You Can't Kill Me and more.Featured Albums:1. Fantastic Negrito — White Jesus Black ProblemsFeatured Songs: "Venomous Dogma," "In My Head"2. Angel Olsen — Big TimeFeatured Songs: "All The Flowers," "Big Time"3. 070 Shake — You Can't Kill MeFeatured Songs: "Cocoon," "The Body," "Wine And Spirits"4. Namir Blade — MetropolisFeatured Song: "BoA"5. Editrix — Editrix II: Editrix Goes To HellFeatured Song: "Cowboy"Lightning Round:700 Bliss — Nothing to Declare (released May 27)Horsegirl — Versions of Modern PerformanceS.G. Goodman — Teeth MarksPost Malone — Twelve Carat ToothacheOther notable releases for June 3:Andrew Bird — Inside ProblemsChronophage — ChronophageGWAR — The New Dark AgesJasmyn — In the Wild (former Weaves lead singer)Merzbow & Lawrence English — Eternal StalkerMichael Franti & Spearhead — Follow Your HeartPurity Ring — Graves Queen of Jeans — Hiding in PlaceRemi Wolf — Juno DeluxeThe Suffers — It Starts with LoveTash Sultana — MTV Unplugged (Live In Melbourne)
Loss has long been a theme in Angel Olsen's work, though her forthcoming album “Big Time,” out June 3rd, turns to the far-reaching capacity of new love, written during the time of Olsen's personal journey coming out as queer. “All The Good Times” has all the feels.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Hrishikesh Hirway over Zoom video!Acclaimed musician and Song Exploder host/creator Hrishikesh Hirway's first EP under his own name, Rooms I Used to Call My Own, is out now. The album features collaborations with a long list of acclaimed artists, songwriters and producers including Yo-Yo Ma, Jay Som, Baths, Jenny Owen Youngs, Jimmy Tamborello (The Postal Service, Dntel), Jonathan Snipes (Clipping), John Mark Nelson and Grammy-winners John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen) and Kimbra.Rooms I Used to Call My Own marks the first time Hirway has released music under his own name following five critically acclaimed records under the moniker The One AM Radio. A deeply personal work, the EP is informed by Hirway's experiences as a podcast host; eschewing the inward gaze of his previous work as an artist, Rooms I Used to Call My Own instead focuses on collaboration, each song formed out of a conversation of sorts with everyone he's brought into the project with him. Likewise, the subjects of the EP are all other people: the people he loves. The songs are about the deep love and appreciation he holds for his wife, Lindsey, as well as his parents and family.Hirway is also set to continue his Spring tour with Jenny Owen Youngs, performing select dates throughout the west coast in May. They'll be on stage together, doing one combined set of all their songs, performing as a duo. Jenny and Hrishikesh have collaborated as co-writers on several songs and are both storytellers, as hosts of popular, award-winning podcasts: Hrishikesh with Song Exploder, The West Wing Weekly and Home Cooking; and Jenny with Buffering the Vampire Slayer and Veronica Mars Investigations. These special performances will be a mix of songs and stories from two dear friends; find tickets HERE and see below for a list of dates.Hrishikesh Hirway has been producing music for over two decades; first with his project The One AM Radio, and later with MOORS, a collaboration with Oscar-nominated rapper/actor Lakeith Stanfield. As a composer, his credits include the Netflix original series Everything Sucks!, the theme for ESPN's 30 for 30 podcast and the theme for the Song Exploder series on Netflix. Hirway launched the award-winning podcast Song Exploder, where musicians take apart their songs and tell the stories behind their inspiration and creative process, in 2014. Since then, the podcast has been streamed and downloaded over 65 million times, and has featured guests including Fleetwood Mac, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Solange, U2, Arcade Fire, Metallica, Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Roots and many more. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #SongExploder #HrishikeshHirway #RoomsIUsedtoCallMyOwn #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
All Songs host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tracks of the week, including songs of love from Angel Olsen and Soccer Mommy, a new one from the upcoming Perfume Genius album Ugly Season and more.Featured Songs And Artists:1. Perfume Genius: "Pop Song," from Ugly Season2. Zola Jesus: "Lost," from Arkhon3. Arooj Aftab: "Udhero Na (feat. Anoushka Shankar)," from Vulture Prince (Deluxe Edition)4. Angel Olsen: "All The Good Times," from Big Time5. Saya Gray: "IF THERE'S NO SEAT IN THE SKY (WILL YOU FORGIVE ME???)," from 19 MASTERS6. Soccer Mommy: "Shotgun," from Sometimes, Forever