The Cincinnati Reds cemented the legacy of the Big Red Machine in 1976 with a sweep of the New York Yankees in the World Series. Jeff is joined by Cam Miller in this bonus episode to talk about that team and why it parallels 1990. They also look at the introduction of David Bell and why they believe the future is bright with him at the helm. *FOLLOW* the podcast on your favorite app and on Twitter and Instagram @lockedonreds Also follow @jefffcarr on Twitter and @carrjefff on Instagram Call or text (513) 549-0159 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“Collaboration—that's the easiest way to grow” says Aaron Dessner, member of the National and Big Red Machine, and a prolific collaborator with artists from Taylor Swift to Kanye West. In our final episode of Season two, we're talking to Aaron about what it's like to learn and experiment alongside other musicians, and how valuable that can be for breaking through into new creative frontiers. To close out this season, Hanif leaves us with an expression of gratitude, and a final thought on music as a communal experience. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-aaron-dessner. Music In This Week's Episode:Big Red Machine, MagnoliaAaron Dessner and Lauren Mayberry, Who'd You Kill Now?Taylor Swift and Bon Iver, exile (feat. Bon Iver)Aaron Dessner, Big Red MachineRichard Reed Perry, In A MomentHiss Golden Messenger, Terms of SurrenderHannah Georgas, EasyBig Red Machine and Sharon Van Etten, A Crime Show Notes: Big Red Machine's latest album, How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? is out now.You can watch Julien Baker's performance of “Claws In Your Back” at Eaux Claires IV, featuring Hanif's poetry performance, here. The Eaux Claires Festival is expected to return, reimagined, in 2022. Credits:This show is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Mayari Sherina Ong, Kathleen Ottinger and by Hanif Abdurraqib. The show is mixed by Sam Bair.
Big Red Machine - "Phoenix (feat. Fleet Foxes & Anaïs Mitchell)" from the 2021 album How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? on 37d03d. Last month, The National's Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon released their second album under the name Big Red Machine, titled How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?. The album features a heavyweight line-up of guests, including Taylor Swift, Sharon Van Etten, This Is The Kit, Ben Howard, Naeem, Lisa Hannigan, My Brightest Diamond's Shara Nova, and on today's Song of the Day, Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes and Tony Award-winning singer/songwriter Anaïs Mitchell. "'Phoenix' was one of the last songs we wrote for this record," Dessner says via a press release. "I was thinking about The Band and the Grateful Dead... maybe imagining this Big Red Machine album was some version of The Last Waltz. Justin first heard it while driving and immediately the chorus melody came into his head. I shared the sketch with Robin Pecknold, who I've been a fan of forever and who I'd been dreaming would join us on this record. Robin wrote the verses and pre chorus as a kind of dialogue with Justin, recalling a conversation they once had backstage in Phoenix. Later Anais wrote words to the chorus and The Westerlies added their magic to the instrumental. JT Bates rumbles around in rare form on the drums on this song. I think it's what I always imagined Big Red Machine would sound like." Pecknold adds, “It was a high, high honor to work on this song, and beyond that it was a really interesting creative challenge. Justin's vocals and the beautiful chorus were already in place before I got my hands on it, so I felt my job melodically and lyrically was to set his entrance up in the best possible way. I felt like a pilgrim putting questions to an elusive sage, not needing clear answers, but happy for the chance to ask.” Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, Aaron Dessner of The National, and many featured artists all came together to create Big Red Machine's latest album, How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? Will this monstrosity of creative force be able to get Ehren and Simon on board? Find out on this week's episode!
Big Red Machine is the collaborative project between The National's Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. Their new album, How Long Do you Think It's Gonna Last?, features contributions from other artists, many of whose albums Dessner has produced, such as Taylor Swift, Ben Howard, and Sharon Van Etten. Dessner joins us for a Listening Party.
On August 27th Big Red Machine, the joint musical project of Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner - artists known for their work as Bon Iver and in the rock band The National, respectively - returned with new music. You've most definitely heard Dessner's production work elsewhere, like on Taylor Swift's pandemic albums evermore and folklore. The Big Red Machine album, titled How Long Do You Think it's Going to Last, celebrates the fruits of creative partnership and the importance of family and community. At least, that's what we took from our conversation with Dessner. “A lot of my favorite music - usually there's something elusive about it, in that whatever is elusive is coming from this weird cocktail of different people's input. There's just this weird, swampy alchemy, and you can't easily put your finger on why it's so moving.” Dessner told us he draws much of his creative inspiration from the kinetic energy generated by multiple musical brains working in tandem, which makes sense given the list of features on this album - everyone from Swift to Sharon van Etten to Anaïs Mitchell to The Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold. “I'm such a born collaborator. I'm definitely interested in this exchange where you make something and you send it out into the ether and then it comes back slightly changed or radically changed. Then you work on it and send it again. I like this handoff, this communal approach to music making.” The musical collective fostered by Vernon and Dessner on How Long Do You Think It's Going to Last is a testament to the power of musical communities in a year of intense isolation. We're so pleased to bring you Nate's conversation with Aaron Dessner in this week's episode. Songs Discussed Big Red Machine - Birch, feat. Taylor Swift Big Red Machine - Phoenix, feat. Fleet Foxes & Anaïs Mitchell Big Red Machine - Magnolia Big Red Machine - Renegade, feat. Taylor Swift Big Red Machine - Mimi, feat. Ilsey Big Red Machine - The Ghost of Cincinnati Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dave and Pat review Big Red Machine's 2nd album 'How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?' (1:27), Chvrches' 4th album 'Screen Violence' (5:11), Lorde's underwhelming 3rd album 'Solar Power' (11:46), Halsey's 4th album and impressive rock pivot 'If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power' (24:18), Little Simz's 4th album 'Sometimes I Might Be Introvert' (33:09), Kanye West's long awaited 10th album 'Donda' (40:11), and Drake's 6th album 'Certified Lover Boy' (58:56). Follow our Best of 2021 Spotify playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/5L7qTzU83QDT7zuZszwWdK Follow Nowstalgia on Twitter: twitter.com/NowstalgiaPod
The National guitarist and composer discusses the making of his new Big Red Machine record with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, 'How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last,' which features appearances by musical friends like Fleet Foxes, Anaïs Mitchell, Sharon Van Etten and Taylor Swift. He also opens up about what it's like to win an Album of the Year Grammy (for his work on Swift's 'folklore'), his love for the Grateful Dead, and how it feels to sing his first set of lead vocals — at age 45! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to Episode 69! Topics: Carroll Gardens library reopening, neighborhood mask report, visit from Sam, visit from Laura, Clint Conner for mayor of Minneapolis, Boston, Fenway Park, visit to Karl, Hurricane Henri, Maine, Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Portland, Old Orchard Beach, Biddeford, A Sky Record by Damon and Naomi, My City Of Starlings by Charles Spearin, How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last by Big Red Machine.
The second album by the collaboration between Aaron Dessner of The National and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver is called “How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?” The band is a It champions the communal nature of music by featuring vocal contributions from Anais Mitchell, Sharon Van Etten, Fleet Foxes, Taylor Swift and more
On the 201st episode of Audioface:REVIEWS: "Donda" by Kanye West, "Screen Violence" by CHVRCHES, and "How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last?" by Big Red Machine.New Singles: "family ties" by Baby Keem with Kendrick Lamar, "Peer Pressure EP" by Ray Vaughn, "Meanwhile EP" by Gorillaz, and "You Can Do It" by CaribouThe baby from Nirvana's Nevermind cover is grown up and wants to sue. The Donda review, with a special comment from Audioface regular guest Annie. Fallout from the Donda rollout, including his Stem Player gadget, bringing Marilyn Manson and DaBaby into the fold, his ongoing one-sided beef with Drake, and an update on his name change. The Screen Violence review. Anderson .Paak proves he listens to Audioface. The How Long review. Olivia Rodrigo credits Paramore for her similar sounding song, R. Kelly has no buyers for his music catalog, Grimes insists she's not boyfriend Elon Musk's cheerleader, and Lil Nas X returns to Taco Bell. ---SUPPORT AUDIOFACE!Subscribe to this podcast (or Follow on Spotify) so you don't miss new episodes on Mondays. Tell some friends about this show to keep it growing! We appreciate it, and you.Keep up with Audioface's 2021 Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5Gm0rc9gByK4idEhZw6oRu?si=a28c212ddf014641Reach out to us: https://twitter.com/audiofacepod/https://intsagram.com/audiofacepod/https://www.youtube.com/audiofacepod?sub_confirmation=1For advertising opportunities, email info (at) syndicate23 (dot) co
Aaron Dessner catches up with Kyle Meredith to discuss How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last, the sophomore record with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon in the band Big Red Machine. The producer/songwriter takes us through the process of bringing in more friends for this album, including Sharon Van Etten and Taylor Swift, and how the set came to focus on themes of mental health, depression, and family dynamics, especially on a song written for the late Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchinson. On working with T-Swift, Dessner talks about the process of collaborating with the mega-star and how her lyrical universe finds its way into the songs they write together. As a co-founder of The National, we also get a glimpse into that band's future, when they may reconvene, and how much he considers them his main project these days. Don't forget to subscribe to Kyle Meredith With…, and be sure to follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our series. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Mary McGill previews Only Murders in the Building, starring Steve Martin, Martin Short & Selena Gomez, Rescue Annie is a play by actor & writer Lauren Shannon Jones & director Eoghan Carrick, fringefest.com/festival/whats-on/rescue-annie , Kate Brennan Harding & Alan Corr review new albums from Orla Gartland's debut to Big Red Machine & Floor Staff
During last week's episode, Steve and Ian wondered if the latest album from Lorde, was going to follow a similar trajectory to recent releases from Clairo and Billie Eilish — LPs with rollouts that feel very muted and underwhelming, but the final product ultimately left them feeling pleasantly surprised. Solar Power, however, never manages to spin the narrative and truly deliver, offering a collection of songs that feel bland and difficult to connect with.The new LP from Big Red Machine does not experience the same fate, with Aaron Dessner/Justin Vernon delivering an album that outshines each of their solo output over the last few years. It marks both of the acclaimed indie artists' transition into a world that feels markedly more “pop,” integrating massive names like Taylor Swift to elevate the project.Last but certainly not least is Glow On, the anticipated new album from Baltimore hardcore band Turnstile. Currently in the top 10 at Album of the Year, Glow On is a good example of how more bands should be making melodic hard rock records. Melodic hard rock is one of the most popular genres of all time and so few people make it now! Turnstile once again prove to be a shining example of how exciting rock music can be.In this week's Recommendation Corner, Steve is paying tribute to the life and music of Charlie Watts, the longtime Rolling Stones' drummer who passed away earlier this week. Meanwhile, Ian is plugging Asbestos Weak Hood, the new album from Ohio emo band Narrow/Arrow.You can submit questions for Steve and Ian at firstname.lastname@example.org, and make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter for all the latest news.
We interrupt this period of downtime for Midnight Chats to deliver a special one-off bonus episode with Aaron Dessner.Some of us made banana bread during the 2020 Covid-19 quarantine... Aaron co-wrote and co-produced The GRAMMYs' Album of the Year folklore with Taylor Swift – a fruitful creative partnership that's continued into 2021.This week (27 August 2021) Big Red Machine – his collaborative project with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon – will release their second album How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? Greg Cochrane called up Aaron at his twin brother Bryce's home in France, to talk about his friendship with Vernon, the experience of working with Taylor Swift and The National's first post-pandemic meet up.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/midnightchats. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Get your indie rock sensibilities tuned up with Gabe Cook, Grant Hutchison and Martyn Goodwin-Sharman as they build a fake empire at the Neutral Cider Hotel!Gabe kicks things off with a reflection on the Bristol Cider Salon. Beyond the cider makers that stood out (it's a long list) they also chat about secret fleshy meetings, the awkwardness of being pseudo celebrities, the size of Sam from Wildlings arms, Grant's overflow status at his table and Martyn's special “Cider Dance” to the delight of Cider Jim, Gemma and anyone else nearby.Then it's onto our big interview where we welcomed two-fifths of one of the most successful indie rock bands in the world. The National took the long route to success with the age-old approach of touring relentlessly and writing music for themselves. They've worked with groundbreaking artists including Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Sufjan Stevens and most recently, Taylor Swift. Checking into the hotel this week, it's Aaron Dessner and Scott Devendorf of The National.The guys chat everything; being creative during the pandemic, working with Taylor Swift and her Folklore album, touring with Frightened Rabbit, the drain of touring, Martyn's favorite song from The National, Aaron getting doxxed and the thousands of threats they received, their perspectives on streaming, Aaron's experience producing Frightened Rabbit's last full length album (Painting of a Panic Attack), Big Red Machine and what a tour for them might look like, when The National anticipates releasing new music, how they rep their Ohio roots, their process for writing music and their outlook on the future.Finally, we hit the Speakpipe yet again for a couple of great calls. First up, Blair has a question about the influence of certain swamp creature on Scottish children and Timmy Towers wants to know more about terrior and Gabe is absolutely willing to blag it for his longtime friend from New Zealand.Only one more show left of Season One, so make sure to tune in next week for an excellent interview with US cider maker Robby Honda of Tanuki Cider as well as stories about the show and it's future. We'll also play everything left in the Speakpipe queue, so if you haven't called in yet, now is the time.The Team:Gabe is a cider expert: The CiderologistGrant has two cider businesses: Re:Stalk and Aeble Cider ShopMartyn loves to write about cider: CiderShitThe Rest of The Team:Executive Producer/Editor: Scott RiggsMusic: Billy KennedyConnect:Instagram: NeutralCiderHotelFacebook: NeutralCiderHotelTwitter: NeutralCiderPodListen and share episodes on our website: https://www.neutralciderhotel.com/ Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/neutralciderhotel
El productor argentino El Remolón tiene nuevo disco y puedes escucharlo en este Siglo 21. Además, la nueva música de Miqui Brightside, TSHA, Big Red Machine y mucho más. En Consola hablamos sobre la exposición de Caixaforum Homo Ludens. Al final del programa The Antlers presentan una nueva canción de su álbum Green to Gold. Escuchar audio
In this episode of Modern Classics, Corey & Jared talk about Jared's dislike of houses (not a band, just literally houses), Kanye West's album tease, one hit wonders and what they've been listening to lately including new music from Big Red Machine, Indigo De Souza and Vince Staples. Then they do a kinda-sorta review of the new Tyler The Creator album ‘Call Me if You Get Lost', go over their half-year album of the year lists and then they each pick an album they deem a Modern Classic (OR DO THEY? **SURPRISE**) and close the show with what upcoming new releases they are excited for.
On the 196th episode of Audioface:REVIEWS: "Moon Boy" by Yung Bleu, "Hotel Surrender" by Chet Faker, and "Hope For Sale" by Chiiild.New Single: "Liquor Store" by Remi Wolf, "Phoenix" by Big Red Machine feat. Fleet Foxes & Anaïs Mitchell, and "Say What You Will" by James BlakeHere comes another botched album rollout from Kanye. The Moon Boy review. Morgan Wallen's latest brazen media tour. The Hotel Surrender review. Yasiin Bey joins and quickly quits working on production of a Thelonious Monk biopic. The Hope For Sale review. And Grimes reveals Lil Uzi Vert's secret to the world.---SUPPORT AUDIOFACE!Subscribe to this podcast (or Follow on Spotify) so you don't miss new episodes on Mondays. Tell some friends about this show to keep it growing! We appreciate it, and you.Keep up with Audioface's 2021 Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5Gm0rc9gByK4idEhZw6oRu?si=a28c212ddf014641Reach out to us: https://twitter.com/audiofacepod/https://intsagram.com/audiofacepod/https://www.youtube.com/audiofacepod?sub_confirmation=1For advertising opportunities, email info (at) syndicate23 (dot) co
Ley Dj & Alexander Som remezclan 'Verano del Amor', una de las canciones de 'El Regreso de ABBA', el último disco de Sidonie, que siguen de gira por toda la geografía española. Escuchamos lo nuevo de Sophie & The Giants, Quicksand, Remi Wolf, Big Red Machine junto a Fleet Foxes y Anaïs Mitchell, L.A. Exes, Sam Fender, la vesión de Jonathan Davis (vocalista de Korn) de 'It's a Sin', de Pet Shop Boys y una inédita de Prince. PELIGRO – Uh Uh Uh PORCHES - Okay SOPHIE AND THE GIANTS - If I Don’t Break Your Heart, I’ll Break Mine JONATHAN DAVIS – It’s A Sin QUICKSAND – Brushed R.E.M. – Orange Crush REMI WOLF - Liquor Store SIDONIE – Verano del Amor (Ley Dj & Alexander Som Remix) BECK – Dreams BIG RED MACHINE ft FLEET FOXES & ANAÏS MITCHELL - Phoenix L.A. EXES – Baby Let’s Pretend PRINCE - Hot Summer THE LINDA LINDAS – Oh SAM FENDER - Howdon Aldi Death Queue KARAVANA – Muertos en la Disco CHILDISH GAMBINO – Stay High (Brittany Howard Version) ALABAMA SHAKES – Don’t Wanna Fight MATTHEW E. WHITE – Electric Escuchar audio
Shelby and Ashley talk about Taylor Swift's new feature credit on Big Red Machine's lead single, Renegade. But there's also talk of Olivia Rodrigo, songwriting credits, and just what a future Taylor tour might look like.
In this weeks podcast, Jeff & Richie discuss:Waitress (Musical) Revival + Sara Bareilles "She Used To Be Mine"Big Red Machine featuring Taylor Swift "Renegade" Music VideoThis Is Pop - "The Boys ll Men Effect" (Episode 1) (Watch on Netflix) Guys and Dolls (Remake Announcement) Genera+ion Season Finale (Watch on HBOMAX) RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 6 (Episode 4) *This podcast will include spoilers*Thanks for listening! Please leave us a review if you love our Theatre & Pop conversations. Follow us on Instagram: @twoworldsent Visit our website: www.twoworldsentertainmentllc.com
The release of Big Red Machine's "Renegade," featuring Taylor Swift, last week has us wondering about what might be next for the power trio of Swift, Aaron Dessner (The National) and Justin Vernon (Bon Iver). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to UnforMETable, an Amazin' Avenue Audio show that looks back on less heralded, more obscure Mets players from the past. Pat Zachry hit the ground running in his major league career—winning a share of the 1976 National League Rookie of the Year award while winning a dame in each of the NLCS and the World Series with the Cincinnati Reds. Zachry would go from first to last in mid-1977 when the struggling Big Red Machine matched up with a dysfunctional Mets organization on a trade that would send Zachry and three others to New York in exchange for the iconic Tom Seaver. Between the infamy of the trade and his struggles with injuries, Zachry would never fully settle in or be embraced, but he flashed some solid pitching at times—though his record would often not reflect that as he toiled for some horrible Mets teams. As always, you can listen or subscribe to this and all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got an idea for a player to be featured on UnforMETable, let us know in the comments. Make sure to follow Rob on Twitter (@WolffRR), and you can now follow the show, too (@unformetable). Tune in next week for another tale from the Mets' past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ginebras estrenan en este podcast 'La Ciudad Huele a Sudor', otro hit y literalmente la canción del verano porque nos transporta a una tarde de agosto, en Madrid, con 40 grados dentro de un piso de 50 metros cuadrados. Algo, a priori, agobiante que a Magüi, Sandra, Juls y Raquel les inspira para este nuevo pelotazo. Aparte, escuchamos al australiano Jack Bots, a Lori Meyers, a Janelle Monáe, a Chico Jorge, a Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes y la jefa, Raffaella Carrà, con la que despedimos la sesión de hoy. THE PARROTS - You Work All Day And Then You Die INHALER – Totally JACK BOTS – 18Th Floor IMPACTO VUDÚ – Patinete ÁNGEL STANICH – Una Temporada en el Infierno ANNI B SWEET – Hormigas LORI MEYERS – Presente JANELLE MONÁE – Stronger GINEBRAS – Chico Pum GINEBRAS - La Ciudad Huele A Sudor SEXY ZEBRAS – Jaleo BIG RED MACHINE – The Ghost of Cincinnati CHICO JORGE – Grieta en Sol Mayor EGUALA – La Neverita FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES – Sticky RAFFAELLA CARRÁ - Rumore Escuchar audio
El nuevo trabajo de los portugueses, grabado en directo, suena en este Siglo21. También el nuevo proyecto de BigToxic, Alegria!, Beny Jr, Big Red Machine o The Bug, entre otras novedades. La francesa Colleen nos comenta su nuevo álbum y en Eco 21 hablamos de fachadas inteligentes. Escuchar audio
Después de "Maldito", junto a C Tangana, The Parrots vuelven con el segundo adelanto de "Dos", el disco que publicarán el 29 de octubre. Esta vez, con un sonido muy british y sumamente contagioso y con un mensaje que habla de cómo la gente abandona sus sueños, de la falta de individualidad. Se titula "You Work All Day And Then You Die" y se publica mañana pero ya suena en Radio 3. Escuchamos también lo nuevo de Janelle Monáe, de Villagers, de Los Planetas, de Big Red Machine junto a Taylor Swift... SEXY ZEBRAS – Jaleo IMPACTO VUDÚ – Parte Vieja LOS PLANETAS – Alegrías de Graná BIG RED MACHINE ft TAYLOR SWIFT – Renegade DELV!S – Rebelman THE BEATLES – Come Together EGUALA – La Neverita THE PARROTS - You Work All Day And Then You Die MAXIMO PARK – Our Velocity TAYLOR MCCALL - Higway Will NIGHT BEATS ft ROBERT LEVON BEEN – Never Look Back THE BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB – Let The Day Begin ST VINCENT - Sad But True VILLAGERS – So Simpatico INHALER – Totally JANELLE MONÁE – Stronger THE GO TEAM – Cookie Scene Escuchar audio
Motto es el nuevo álbum de María Sioke, es pop llegado desde el futuro. Además, escuchas la nueva música de Big Red Machine, Ravages, Django Django, Uji & La Charo y mucho más. En La Puerta de Atrás hablamos de experiencias inmersivas aplicadas al campo de la salud. Al final del programa llega Kiko Veneno para presentar una canción más de su disco "Hambre". Escuchar audio
El 10 de septiembre, en formato digital y el 1 de octubre, en formato físico llega "The Metallica Blacklist", un total de 52 canciones con nombres invitados como los de Royal Blood, Phoebe Bridgers, My Morning Jacket, Dave Gahan, Juanes, Idles, Mac DeMarco, Miley Cyrus o St Vincent, que se encarga de la versión de "Sad But True" que hoy compartimos. Además, estrenamos "La Neverita", el quinto capítulo de "Amor En Tiempos de Twindergram", de Eguala y "Nada Que Hacer", una de las seis canciones del primer EP de Impacto Vudú, que se publica mañana con el título de "Tiempo Muerto". BIG RED MACHINE feat. ANAÏS MITCHELL - Latter Days MOLLY BURCH – Took a Minute ST VINCENT - Pay Your Way In Pain ST VINCENT - Sad But True DELV!S – Rebelman SIDONIE –Televisores Rotos LEÓN BENAVENTE –Ayer Salí THE GO TEAM –Let The Season Works EGUALA – La Neverita SHYGIRL ft. SLOWTHAI - BDE QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE –First It Giveth SEXY ZEBRAS – Jaleo IMPACTO VUDÚ – Nada Que Hacer DJANGO DJANGO & DEANI MOORE - Say Something JOAN - Come Over ALIZZZ – Salir CAR SEAT HEADREST – Golden Years Escuchar audio
Your daily update on new releases, tours, and business news from MusicIndustryCity.com Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner's Big Red Machine Announce New Album Big Red Machine will drop their newest studio set on August 27th. The album features Taylor Swift, Fleet Foxes, Sharon Van Etten, and more. As a preview the band is offering the new song "Latter Days" with Anaïs Mitchell. This will be Big Red Machine's second album following their eponymous debut in 2018. PITCHFORK MUSIC FESTIVAL TO MAKE LONDON DEBUT Pitchfork Music Festival will take place in London for the first time from November 10-14. The multi-venue event will be held at the Roundhouse, Southbank Centre, Oslo, Village Underground and Moth Club. Mykki Blanco, Bobby Gillespie & Jenny Beth, Iceage and Cassandra Jenkins are among the acts due to perform. Brexit minister Lord Frost: Visa-free touring for artists 'deprives us of control over immigration' Lord Frost negotiated the UK's EU trade deal at the end of 2020 which did not provide any provision for visa-free touring. He told MPS: "Sadly, the EU wouldn't accept that. That's just the reality of the way these negotiations went" But he admitted there were concerns about a visa waiver proposal by the EU for 'ad hoc' performances. We'll talk more about this in the Music News Power Hour live on Clubhouse and on MusicIndustryCity.com at 12 p.m. Eastern. In Musical Chairs… NAS'S MASS APPEAL HIRES JESSICA RIVERA AS GENERAL MANAGER, MUSIC AND JENYA MEGGS AS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF CONTENT Mass Appeal has announced two new positions at the company. Jessica Rivera and Jenya Meggs will serve as the General Manager, Music and Senior Vice President of Content respectively. In this role, Rivera will oversee creative and day-to-day operations of Mass Appeal's music division; label, publishing and contributing across the company's other two divisions in content and creative services. Working with the company's Chief Creative Officer Sacha Jenkins, Meggs will spearhead programming strategies and partnerships for Mass Appeal. And in music tech news… Beatport Launches Mainstage, a New Genre Inspired by the Festival Experience Beatport has launched a new dedicated genre page that unites Big Room, Electro House, and Future House into one all-encompassing category: Mainstage. Beatport Hype will also be added to the new category. The new category will allow for the creation of a Beatport hype section. Beatport says, We feel that this move will benefit our customers, artists, and labels by making this music easier to locate. That concludes today's update. For article links, see the show notes, or go to MusicIndustryCity.com and listen to the Music News Power Hour live in Clubhouse or on the website at 12 p.m. Eastern. Have a great day!
Los franceses versionan la clásica "Vamos a la playa" de Righeira y lo descubres en Siglo21. Además, la nueva música de Shygirl junto a slowthai, las remezclas de la música de Álex Serra, el nuevo proyecto de Henry Saiz y el retorno de Big Red Machine, el proyecto que une a Aaron Dressner (The National) y Justin Vernon (Bon Iver). En Notas de Extramuros Víctor Guerrero reflexiona sobre la carrera espacial del siglo 21 y al final del programa Kiko Veneno presenta una nueva canción de su disco 'Hambre'. Escuchar audio
Compartimos contigo "Freedom Now", otro de los momentos de "Get Up Sequences Part One", el nuevo disco de The Go! Team y una pieza casi instrumental que apenas dura dos minutos y que está llena de energía. Escuchamos también a Parcels, a The Wandering Hearts, a Sen Senra, a Joana Serrat, a Shygirl junto a Slowthai con "BDE" y a Molly Murch con otra caricia pop titulada "Took a Minute". PARCELS - Free THE GO TEAM – Freedom Now THE VACCINES - Back In Love City GRIFF - Black Hole SEN SENRA – Perfecto THE PARROTS ft C TANGANA - Maldito JORDANA B – Verano en Madrid JOANA SERRAT – Easy THE WANDERING HEARTS - On Our Way THE LOUNGE SOCIETY – Cain’s Heresy SHYGIRL feat. SLOWTHAI - BDE MOLLY BURCH – Took a Minute TAYLA PARX - Dance Alone GARBAGE – Godhead STONE TEMPLE PILOTS – Wicked Garden BICHO RARO – Lo Impactante BIG RED MACHINE feat. ANAÏS MITCHELL - Latter Days Escuchar audio
Dusty isn't eating the cheese, but Lopez is much to the dismay of Landry and the Big Red Machine. The Texans are going to pizza to win the fanbase and the bold claims around town motivated by the Big Orange Wagon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Season 3 Episode 19 Episode 91 News: Taito announces mini arcade cabinet with rotating screen and trackball controller 20 years later, N64 emulator Project64 gets its 3.0 update WHAT NES DEVELOPMENT LOOKS LIKE ON THE APPLE II IT'S (STILL) THINKING: SEGA EYEING REBOOTS TO DREAMCAST ERA HITS CRAZY TAXI, JET SET RADIO, SPACE CHANNEL 5 Practical Retro Game Collecting in 2021 Making Game Boy Games in 2021 with Quest Arrest Developer John Roo Heroes of Might and Magic 2 fans are building it a better engine J.J. Abrams Confirms That The Film Adaptation of PORTAL is Still in Active Development Picross S: Mega Drive and Mark III Edition Still In Development, Release Date Still TBC Sierra On-Line Founders Are Returning To Game Development Unplanned Lost & Found segment Recovering "lost" treasure-filled floppy discs with an oscilloscope Lost arcade game preserved for the first time in the latest MAME release Unplanned Neo Geo segment When the arcade came home: a short oral history of the Neo Geo Neo Geo at 30: The Big Red Machine's Legacy Lives On Unplanned Amiga segment AmigaOS 3.2 has been released for all classic Amigas THE AMIGA 2000 YOU ALWAYS WANTED How the Commodore Amiga powered your cable system in the '90s Unplanned RetroArch Segment RetroArch is about to get far more frequent updates RetroArch gets an easy way to play HD, widescreen SNES games Game Club Discussion: Blaster Master Mr Do's Castle New Game Club Games: Toobin' Cruis'n USA Game Club Master List Bumpers, facebook, twitter and more: Zach
Dodgers vs Reds | His manager, Sparky Anderson, said he was the “heart and soul” of the team. No small matter since that team was Cincinnati's Big Red Machine of the 1970's.Dodgers vs Reds | The PlayersTony Perez was that player and his plaque can be found in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.Perez took home two World Series rings with the Reds in the four World Series appearances by that team. He put together an amazing seven seasons in which he drove in at least 100 runs.During those years, the rivalry for the NL West's top spot saw the Reds and Dodgers battle year after year.On the Dodger side, Steve Garvey was at first base as part of the longest running infield in history. With Ron Cey, Bill Russell and Davey Lopes, Garvey anchored first for a team that went head-to-head with the Reds for postseason honors.Garvey is a 10-time All-Star with 4 Gold Gloves and a NL MVP award in 1974. In 55 postseason games he posted a .338 average, including hitting .319 in 28 World Series games.Two outstanding MLB veterans, two high-powered teams and two sides to the story of the Dodgers/Reds race for the ring in an ongoing battle of the 70's.Here is the story of that rivalry in the words of two of baseball's best – Tony Perez and Steve Garvey.
Episode 114 - nWo: Feb ‘02 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events: RAW 455 - 02/11/02 - Promo - The Undertaker & Ric Flair RAW 455 - 02/11/02 - Interview - Stone Cold Steve Austin (29:07- 32:32) RAW 455 - 02/11/02 - Match - Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker (41:10- 50:31) RAW 455 - 02/11/02 - Triple H & Stephanie Renewal of Vows Ceremony (01:20:03-01:36:01) Smackdown 130 - 02/14/02 - Promo - Stephanie & Vince McMahion Smackdown 130 - 02/14/02 - Backstage - Ric Flair & Chris Jericho Smackdown 130 - 02/14/02 - Promo - Stone Cold Steve Austin Smackdown 130 - 02/14/02 - Locker Room Confrontation - Chris Jericho & Stone Cold Steve Austin Smackdown 130 - 02/14/02 - Match Results - Chris Jericho vs. Kane Smackdown 130 - 02/14/02 - Match Results - The Undertaker & Kurt Angle vs. Triple H & Maven No Way Out PPV - 02/17/02 - Promo - New World Order (03:20- 10:18) No Way Out PPV - 02/17/02 - Backstage - Stone Cold Steve Austin & the nWo (45:30- 46:44) No Way Out PPV - 02/17/02 - Backstage - The Rock & the nWo (02:06:00- 02:07:07) No Way Out PPV - 02/17/02 - Main Event - WWF Undisputed Championship Match - Chris Jericho vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin (02:09:40- 02:36:49) No Way Out PPV - 02/17/02 - Undercard Recap Next Week- Ep 115 - RAW 02/18/02, SD 02/21/02, RAW 02/25/02 Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of 187 episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page! A few weeks back they released a very special episode! It’s Episode 188 - Raising Kane. Alex & Travis discuss the Hall of Fame Career of the Big Red Machine! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-90. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover January 6, 1990 Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”. This week is Ep 42- HCTV 90 & 91 - Jan 10 & 17, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Ep 224 - Change My Mind: Survivor Series Style matches are Good, Royal Flush Week 2 - Worst World Title Changes (David Arquette, Nash over Goldberg, Review of WCW Prime 4/3/95 (My Pick!) Check out the latest episode of Free Your Geek with J-Free - Episode 100 - The Falcon & Joe Amaral Please reach out and support us on Twitter @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/7a8d8412-6313-4966-afb5-8c079cbb9902 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Episode 113 - Fake Stone Cold: Jan-Feb ‘02 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events: Smackdown 128 - 01/31/02 - Ric Flair’s Decision Smackdown 128 - 01/31/02 - The Roc & Triple H vs. Kurt Angle & The Undertaker Smackdown 128 - 01/31/02 - Ric Flair & Mr. McMahon Contract Signing RAW 454 - 02/04/02 - Triple H/Stephanie/Angle Storyline RAW 454 - 02/04/02 - Mr. McMahon & Ric Flair RAW 454 - 02/04/02 - Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Rock vs. Chris Jericho & The Undertaker Smackdown 129 - 02/07/02 - Promo - Triple H & Kurt Angle Smackdown 129 - 02/07/02 - Chris Jericho’s Fake Stone Cold (Will Sasso) Smackdown 129 - 02/07/02 - Handicap Match - Triple H vs. Chris Jericho & Kurt Angle Next Week- Ep 114 - RAW 02/11/02, SD 02/14/02, No Way Out PPV 02/17/02 Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of 187 episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page! A few weeks back they released a very special episode! It’s Episode 188 - Raising Kane. Alex & Travis discuss the Hall of Fame Career of the Big Red Machine! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-89. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover December 30, 1989 Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”. This week is Ep 42- HCTV 88 & 89 - Dec 27 & Jan 3, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Ep 223 - Change Our Mind: The Undertaker’s Streak , Royal Ranking Week 2 - Best World Title Changes (Mankind over The Rock - RAW Jan ‘99, Hulk Hogan over Iron Sheik - Jan ‘84, Review of Monday Night Raw 3/15/93 Check out the latest episode of Free Your Geek with J-Free - Episode 100 - The Falcon & Joe Amaral Please reach out and support us on Twitter @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/a77da7a4-a18b-47ba-bed9-972892d54b59 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Episode 112 - The Title Hunt: Jan ‘02 This week Mike & JV will discuss the following events following the 2002 Royal Rumble. RAW 451 - 01/21/02 - Chris Jericho, Triple H, & Kurt Angle Promo RAW 451 - 01/21/02 - Mr Perfect talks trash about Stone Cold to Debra RAW 451 - 01/21/02 - Mr. Perfect vs. Val Venis, Austin Strikes RAW 451 - 01/21/02 - Austin tells a little story RAW 451 - 01/21/02 - The Rock & Triple H vs. Kurt Angle & Chris Jericho Smackdown 126 - 01/24/02 - No Way Out Number #1 Contender Match #1 - Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Booker T Smackdown 126 - 01/24/02 - Backstage Interview - Stone Cold Steve Austin Smackdown 126 - 01/24/02 - No Way Out Number #1 Contender Match # 2 - The Rock vs. Kurt Angle RAW 452 - 01/28/02 - Mr. McMahon & Ric Flair Promo regarding nWo RAW 452 - 01/28/02 - No Way Out Number #1 Contender’s Final Match - Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kurt Angle Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of 187 episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman. Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page! This week they release a very special episode! It’s Episode 188 - Raising Kane. Alex & Travis discuss the Hall of Fame Career of the Big Red Machine! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-89. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover December 23, 1989 Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”. This week is Ep 42- HCTV 88 & 89 - Dec 27 & Jan 3, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Ep 222 - Change Our Mind: Diesel/Nash has No Rewatchable Matches , Royal Flush Week 1 - Worst World Title Changes (Hulk over Yokozuna WM9, Montreal Screwjob), Review of Memphis Wrestling 6/19/79 - The Tupelo Concession Stand Brawl! Check out the latest episode of Free Your Geek with J-Free - Episode 100 - The Falcon & Joe Amaral Please reach out and support us on Twitter @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/d73425ed-3c1b-4799-9f23-5bfa76b65b0c This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Ross Grimsley, the only 20-game winner in Montreal Expos history, joins the boys (and a VERY special guest!) to talk about the fiftieth anniversary of his May 16, 1971 debut with the Cincinnati Reds, pitching to and against the great Johnny Bench and going from collecting baseball cards of to playing alongside The Big Red Machine.
Episode 111 - The Royal Game: Jan ‘02 This week Mike & JV will discuss the undercard matches from Royal Rumble 2002 and provide Live Commentary as they watch the Royal Rumble 2002 match! To Watch Along on the Cock sync in at 01:29:15. Enjoy!! Check out "Talking Taker” Alex & Travis are "digging up" the career of the Undertaker. You can now dig deep back into their archives of 187 episodes and explore the entire run of the Deadman, Give them a follow on Twitter @TalkingTaker and follow their YouTube page! This week they release a very special episode! It’s Episode 188 - Raising Kane. Alex & Travis discuss the Hall of Fame Career of the Big Red Machine! Booking the Territory: The Unprofessional Wrestling Podcast - Mike Mills, along with his hilarious & informative team of Doc Turner & Hardbody Harper, break down episodes of NWA WCW Saturday Night from 85-89. This Thursday on the NWA/WCW episode they cover December 16, 1989 Join the Booking the Territory Patreon Page at Patreon.com/BookingTheTerritory at the $5 Tier to join JV & Mike on the “Extreme ECW Live Cast”. This week is Ep 42- HCTV 88 & 89 - Dec 27 & Jan 3, 1995 Check out Our Vantage Point: Retro Wrestling Podcast with Joe Marotta & Michael Quinn, this week is Ep 221 - Change Our Mind: Hulk Hogan 1993, Royal Ranking Week 1 - Best World Title Changes (Austin vs HBK WM14, Goldberg over Hogan - Nitro July ‘98) Review of WWF Superstars 6/13/1987 Check out the latest episode of Free Your Geek with J-Free - Episode 100 - The Falcon & Joe Amaral Please reach out and support us on Twitter @bottomlinecast, @MPRU83 & @JOHNVANDAMAGE Please take the time to Subscribe and write a Five Star Rating at Apple Podcasts! Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel, Bottom Line Wrestling Cast. Thank you for listening! Find out more at https://bottomlinecast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/bottomlinecast/16091364-02a7-40ec-a82d-5b64e2c62e68 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Reds Hall of Famer George Foster embarks on the Jim Day Podcast. Once known as a quiet teammate on the Big Red Machine, he is far from that now! George and Jim discuss how the switch of Pete Rose to 3rd base exactly went down that allowed him into the everyday lineup, who did he hang with on the team, memories of Joe Morgan and how Joe became his mentor, thoughts and stories of his other BRM teammates, how Joe Nuxhall helped him develop as a hitter and a man, the incredible MVP season of 1977, how many HR’s would he hit if he played at GABP, who he patterned his swing after, what would his walkup music be if he played today, his coaching of youth baseball in Cincinnati, how he can mentor youth today and much, much more!