Welcome to #Millennial, the home of pretend adulting and FUN talk! We're joined this week by Yvonne Gonzales (aka @OldMythos on TikTok) who is a PhD candidate at USC. They join us to share how fan fiction can and should be studied as literature, and also dive in on the latest drama between Netflix and The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical. Where did songwriting partners Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear cross a line with their musical? Likely when they started monetizing it. Should other fan creators worry about copyright lawsuits? Andrew asks some questions "for a friend" who happens to run a popular literary themed podcast. In some good news, we have a tasty meal in store for this week's Clusterfuck YEAH 2022 updates. Alex Jones and the tale of incompetent legal representation, Donald Trump and the FBI raid of his "big, beautiful home", and Kansas' surprisingly high voter turnout in a primary to block further abortion restrictions. Will anything come of this FBI raid and release of Trump's taxes? Be patient, these things take a while. Andrew pays tribute to The Onion's late fashion contributor. This week's recommendations range from abstract to entertainment: GET WHAT YOU PAID FOR (Andrew), Knock Knock Pads (Laura), and Pod Meets World (Pam). And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on Patreon: Pam went to Outside Lands, and Laura is extremely jealous she got to see Green Day. Andrew questions whether Bruce Springsteen's blue collar audience will be able to afford tickets to his upcoming tour due to the price gouging Ticketmaster platinum ticket pricing feature. What is the maximum amount we'd pay to see our favorite artists in concert?
Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockSpecial Guest Host: Matt BaetzLloyd Price “Stagger Lee” single from the 1958 released on ABC-Paramount. Written by Lloyd Price and produced by Don Costa.Personel:Lloyd Price – lead vocalsMerritt Mel Dalton– saxClarence Johnson– pianoJohn Patton– bassCharles McClendon and Eddie Saunders - tenor saxTed Curson - trumpetSticks Simpkins - drumsCover:Performed by Josh BondIntro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:My Morning JacketNathaniel Rateliffe and the Night SweatsDurand Jones and the IndicatorsFather John MistyMarlon WilliamsGreen Day “American Idiot”Jack HarloweDua LipaLocal NativesMac DeMarcoClaude VonStrokeLarry JuneTokimonstaParcelsSam FenderKhruiangbinVin ScullyJuan SotoKeith RichardsThe Rolling Stones “Exile on Main Street”Pink Floyd “Astronomy Domine”David GilmourEddie VedderMick JaggerSteve MarriottThe Small FacesThe WhoRoger DaltryRod StewartRon WoodThe Faces “Stay With Me”The Faces “Ohh La La”Humble PieThe Grateful DeadJanis JoplinBig Brother and the Holding CompanyDonna Jean GodcheauxRodrigo and Gabr iellaRick DankoPaul McCartneyRichard ManuelGarth HudsonThe Band “Music From the Big Pink”The Beatles “Something”George HarrisonRoger WatersJimi HendrixThe Band of Gypsys “Changes”Pink Floyd “Mettle”Pink Floyd “Animals”RushTalking HeadsNeil PeartGeddy LeeAlex LifesonDavid ByrneAxl RoseJon Bon JoviGuns n RosesBon JoviNeil YoungThe Animals “House of the Rising Son”Adam SandlerJimmy FallonShel SilverstienSteve MartinZach GalafanaikisFats Domino “Kansas City”The Diamonds “The Stroll”Bobby Darin “Mac the Knife”Taj MahalThe Grateful Dead “Shakedown Street”Mississippi John HurtSamuel L JacksonBlack Snake MoanPaul AnkaFrank SinatraLloyd Price “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”Little RichardAmerican BandstandDick ClarkThe Doors “Light My Fire”ElvisFred Waring's PennsylvaniansWC HandyDuke EllingtonWoody GuthrieCab CallowayThe Beatles “Strawberry Fields Forever”The GodfatherCCR “Long As I Can See the Light”Dave von RonkELOFats DominoLloyd Price “Personality”Chubby Checker “Let's Twist Again”Otis Day and the Knights “Shout”Jerry Lee Lewis “Crazy Arms”Buddy HollyDion “Runaround Sue”Reba McIntyre “Fancy”Charlie Daniels Band “Devil Went Down to Georgia”Bob Dylan “Hurricane”The Steve Miller Band “Take the Money and Run”The Everly Brothers “Wake Up, Little Suzie”Ma RaineyAmy WinehouseHugh LaurieThe Beatles “Rocky Racoon”Jim Croce “You Don't Mess Around With Jim”Jim Croce “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”Lynyrd Skynyrd “Gimme Three Steps”New Riders of the Purple Sage “Panama Red”Pacific, Gas, and ElectricDeathproofCountry FunkWilson PickettIke and Tina TurnerNick Cave and the Bad SeedsNeil Diamond
Summer in full force with the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro as Nikki gets her young son back from sleepaway camp, and Outside Lands completes another successful show with Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong bringing a 10-year old on stage to play guitar. Also, ABC News Senior Investigative Reporter Aaron Katersky exposes the latest in the Secret Service text scandal.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's 8-8-22 Monday show: A new world record was just set for largest Torta, there's a new dating show coming to Netflix that involves siblings, a woman was kicked off of a flight because they thought her eczema looked like Monkeypox, a well known astronomer admitted that a picture of a nearby star was actually just a slice of chorizo, Graham has a birthday gift dilemma with his son, the Uber surge pricing after Outside Lands was crazy, and Kanye trolls Pete Davidson after his split from Kim K!
A dad and his daughter came from Brooklyn to S.F. for Outside Lands. Then their rental car got broken into, Mark Thompson shares details on the rest of their weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New music including a new Calvin Harris album, an album we can't play, some new Lauv, Eminem has a new greatest hits album, Outside Lands is happening, the NFL is back, wine pours are getting smaller, where is Nicole when you need her, a family turns a school gym into a house, Balenciaga is selling a 2000 dollar trash bag, some fast facts, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Sana is on her way to the big Vegas turn up for her birthday weekend. Lexx is going but damn Biz got left out? Plus, San Francisco Mayor London Breed joins the show to discuss Outside Lands, monkeypox, and what we can do about this $98 parking ticket Sana got.
This week Moshe and Natasha discuss their upcoming trip to San Francisco; Moshe for stand up and Natasha to host an event at Outside Lands. They figure out who on the musical lineup Natasha has heard of and how to pronounce SZA. They give advice to one caller whose boyfriend is mad at her IRL for things she does in his dreams and another whose friend is flirting with her despite being with someone else. Join our new Patreon for ad-free episodes, extended Secret Dumps, Zoom dinner parties, and so much more! https://www.patreon.com/endlesshoneymoon Submit your deepest secrets to the Endless Honeymoon Secrets Hotline: (213) 222-8608 and ask Natasha and Moshe for relationship advice: firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEH Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/endlesshoneymoonpod/
NEW: Monkeypox emergency declared; Laguna Honda patients can stay; face masks on BART; Supe supports psychedelic mushrooms; SRO workers strike; Mayor veto stands NEXT: Up Your Alley fetish fest & Outside Lands music fest return; Supes on summer recess.
Step into sonic bliss with our latest mix from Torie, taking us there with a smooth session of liquid dnb, enjoy! -- Follow @yotorieee https://www.instagram.com/yotorieee -- "With a global upbringing, roots in San Francisco, & a current base in Los Angeles, Torie's sound is eclectic to say the least. She interweaves elements of house, minimal, tech house, dark & driving techno, soulful melodies, & well, sometimes a breakbeat or a few – to tell a story through sound. She believes in the power of groove, and always plays with one goal in mind: to bring newfound life to the dancefloor. She has performed with KiNK, Justin Martin, Maya Jane Coles, Tale of Us, Patrice Baumel, Marbs and Evan Casey of Desert Hearts, Rinzen, Dance Spirit, Eskuche, Marques Wyatt, Tycho, KMLN, Sabo, Justin Jay, Hoj, Kevin Knapp, Shiba San, Joeski and more. You may have seen her play with renowned crews like Space Cowboys, Distrikt, and Desert Hearts on DHtv, or on the festival circuit – including Outside Lands, EDC Las Vegas, Northern Nights Music Festival and Outside in Equinox. As a core member of Inquiry Collective, artist with the Burning Man art car ICARUS, part of the Dusty Rhino crew, a resident DJ of You're Welcome, and a co-founder of Dance With Haha, she draws inspiration from the dusty plains of the playa, the curious explorations of the Mojave desert, the underground dancefloors of SF, & the interstellar endeavors of ICARUS & its motley crew."
KCBS Radio's Foodie Chap Liam Mayclem has everything you need to know for this weekend in the Bay Area. This week's Liam's List includes a preview of the Outside Lands' culinary selection, upcoming concert recommendations, and more.
The Great Beer In The Sky. Beer Lands 2022 organizer Dave Maclean is back on Brew Ha Ha with Harry Duke and Herlinda Heras, to talk about this year's festival. Outside Lands will take place on August 5-7, 2022, and one of its many attractions is Beer Lands, a celebration of the Bay Area's ever-evolving craft beer community. Dave was on Brew Ha Ha last year too, for the same reason. The Outside Lands festival is back, and so is Beer Lands, as a part of it. After last year's edition in October (which was foggier and chillier) this year it is back to the summertime. Dave is one of the owners of Admiral Malting, which is one of the first new floor malting facilities in California since Prohibition, and maybe beyond. They supply a lot of the craft brewing industry. Beer Lands is two big tented areas with refrigerated shipping containers pouring beer, located near the back of the polo field, at a crossroads among all the other attractions. Outside Lands wants to create a sense of place with the best of everything. For example, there is Wine Lands, Cocktail Magic featuring local mixologists, lots of food options and more. Russian River Brewing Co. is open in Santa Rosa on 4th St. and at their big Windsor location. Visit their website for up-to-date hours, menus, beers and more info. Outside Lands is a music festival and this year's biggest headliner is Green Day. The whole lineup is on the website. Beer Lands is part of Outside Lands, so ticket holders have free roam over all the lands. Many people will come more than once during the three days. The website has all the necessary info. Next week, Herlinda's friend Lindsey will be on Brew Ha Ha. She will talk about the Wine Country Distillery Festival which is coming soon, on August 13th, 2022. This is also an interesting event that features craft distilleries and other artisan vendors. Tickets will be going fast for that too.
Jesse Lauter is a rock-doc/concert film director, music producer/engineer/mixer, and DJ. His production credits include artists such as the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Stephen Stills & Judy Collins, and Ben Harper, among others. Jesse directed, produced and co-edited Learning To Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen about Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs & Englishmen tour, featuring the late Leon Russell, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Rita Coolidge and Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes, among others. The movie premiered at the Woodstock FIlm Festival, made its international premiere at the Raindance Film Festival, and won Best Music Film at the Prague and Amsterdam International Film Festivals. Jesse was the Executive Producer of Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One, a tribute album to Bob Dylan's overlooked 1980s catalog, and of Sincerely, L. Cohen: A Live Celebration of Leonard Cohen, a tribute concert that took place in Brooklyn after the passing of Leonard Cohen.In addition, he is currently the producer of The Relix Sessions on Twitch, a weekly live-stream concert series with the largest viewership of a music channel on the Twitch platform. You can also catch him spinning his favorite brands of funk, disco, soul, reggae, and classic rock at festivals like Bonnaroo and Outside Lands. Keep up with him at www.jesselauter.com
These days, the Golden Gate Park Polo Field in San Francisco is probably best known as the home to music festivals like Outside Lands. But for nearly 3 decades, polo matches were a regular sight on the field. Additional Reading: Does Anyone Play Polo at the Golden Gate Park Polo Field Anymore? Buy Tickets for our Japanese Tea Garden Walking Tour Reported by Ryan Levi. Bay Curious is made by Olivia Allen-Price, Katrina Schwartz, Sebastian Miño-Bucheli and Brendan Willard. Thanks also to Sarah Rose Leonard, Lance Gardner, Kyana Moghadam, Amanda Font and Rebecca Kao for their help on this series.
Total SF's first live podcast in three years is a tribute to Emperor Norton, featuring the emperor himself (played by Joseph Amster) in front of a wonderful crowd at Manny's in the Mission District. Total SF hosts Peter Hartlaub and Heather Knight host an evening of history featuring Amster and Western Neighborhoods Project board president Arnold Woods — then everyone (including the audience) hops in a time machine to decide where they'd most like to go in San Francisco history. With cameos from Muni head Jeffrey Tumlin and Countess Lola Montez. Take a tour with Emperor Norton at Emperor Norton's Fantastic San Francisco Time Machine. Learn more about Western Neighborhoods Project and follow their podcast at Outsidelands.org. Produced by Peter Hartlaub. Music is "The Tide Will Rise" by the Sunset Shipwrecks off their album "Community" and cable car bell-ringing by 8-time champion Byron Cobb. Follow Total SF adventures at www.sfchronicle.com/totalsf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jack Harlow's new song ‘First Class' is number 1 on billboard, Lil Baby has a 100 songs on the hot 100 charts which is rare, the lineup for Outside Lands is out, the weird requests artists have made on tour, Britney Spears got caught speeding while driving, Kid Cudi is not friends with Kanye West anymore, a man in Ireland is stealing room keys from a hotel but when told to leave he pulled out a magic wand, Sarah remembers something she saw in Turtle Bay, a recent study found out why your mother in law might hate you!
We had the pleasure of interviewing Greensky Bluegrass over Zoom video! Greensky Bluegrass are thrilled to announce their return to Colorado for four unforgettable performances. The band will kick things off with An Evening With Greensky Bluegrass Sept 14 and 15 at the Dillon Amphiteater. Then, the band will head down the mountain to Morrison for two more fun-filled evenings at Red Rocks Sepr 16 and 17. Special guests for Red Rocks TBA. For more information and all up to date news and tour info visit greenskybluegrass.com. Earlier this year, the band released their eighth studio album Stress Dreams via Thirty Tigers. Ahead of the release, Stress Dreams received high praise from critics. Garden & Gun calls the album "one of the most complete and engaging of the group's more than twenty-year career" and Glide says “Stress Dreams perfectly exemplifies, once again, why Greensky Bluegrass is heralded as one of the most important & influential bands of the modern progressive-bluegrass era.” About Greensky Bluegrass:Since their 2000 formation in Kalamazoo, MI, the quartet—Anders Beck [dobro], Michael Arlen Bont [banjo], Dave Bruzza [guitar], Mike Devol [upright bass], and Paul Hoffman [mandolin]—have unassumingly progressed into a phenomenon on their own terms with the undying support of a devout audience. Rolling back and forth across North America on successive tours, they've sold out multiple dates at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the Ryman Auditorium, the Fillmore Detroit, Riviera Theater Chicago, and many more. Beyond standout sets at Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, New Orleans Jazz Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, and Austin City Limits, they co-own and have headlined 4848 Festival and Strings & Sol. In 2019, "All For Money" marked their second #1 debut on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart and third straight Top 3 entry. They've also earned critical acclaim from Billboard, Parade, NPR, and Rolling Stone who hailed them as “representing the genre for a whole new generation.” For the past century, bluegrass music has traditionally relayed real tales of American life, struggle, tragedy, and triumph. It gives a voice to the quiet, yet colorful stories woven into the fabric of the country itself. Greensky Bluegrass live these stories through their records and performances. When touring ceased in 2020 in the face of the global pandemic, the band hunkered down and compiled demos individually at first, sharing emails and voice notes. In July 2020, they got together for the first time in four months, dedicating rehearsals to the development of the new material. Once circumstances safely permitted, they recorded what would become Stress Dreams during a session in Guilford, VT and two sessions in Asheville, NC with frequent collaborator “and old friend” Dominic John Davis as producer and “wizard engineer” Glenn Brown mixing. They preserved the hallmarks of their sound while widening its expanse. “Greensky is and always has been very unique in our world,” says Paul Hoffman. “We put our love, energy, and focus into what we appreciate about our music. We come together as a band in a way that's organic. We take a lot of pride in how we grow and challenge each other too. We're maturing together. I think we get more Greensky all of the time.”We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #GreenskyBluegrass #StressDreams #musicinterview #MusicPodcast #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Attention is always lavished on US Presidents when they visit Downtown SF. But it's even more notable when they travel to the West Side. WNP Board President, Arnold Woods, shares his research for an article he penned on presidential visits to the Outside Lands.
How Paul Peck Built a Music Festival Empire Paul is the co-founder and president of Fandiem a fundraising platform for the entertainment industry that amplifies revenue and reach from non-profit campaigns. A veteran festival and concert producer, Paul is the co-founder of the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival where he served as chief creative officer and head of programming. Prior to that Paul worked with Superfly Presents, where he helped to launch and develop the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and Outside Lands in San Francisco. During his tenure, Paul was a key member of the booking and programming team, as well as other pivotal areas. Paul is known for his creative touch and producing once-in-a-time collaborative concerts that feature superstar artists and virtuoso players in unique configurations. He has worked closely with artists such as Skrillex, Chance the Rapper, Mumford & Sons, Trey Anastasio of Phish, Miguel, D'Angelo, SZA, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes, Solange and Questlove amongst many others. During his final years at Bonnaroo, his Superjam concerts were the top annual story from each year's event, garnering coverage from New York Times (including multiple times in the year-end, nationwide top 5 concerts of the year), USA Today, Rolling Stone (#1 concert of the event 3 times) and Billboard. Paul also has an extensive media production background as Superfly and Bonnaroo's creative director of original media where he was responsible for creating and producing media content for broadcast and streaming.
The SCOTUS ruling last week shutting down the Biden administration's effort to enlist large employers in its vaccination campaign, experts said, would trigger a new wave of uncertainty about how companies keep workers safe from Covid-19. Now Starbucks, with 9,000 U.S. coffee shops and 200,000 workers, has become one of the first major retailers to backtrack on vaccine plans since the ruling. Also, more than 1,700 people have signed a petition calling on administrators at Stanford University to repeal their COVID-19 booster vaccine mandate for students. The petition, created last week by 23-year-old PhD student Monte Fischer, quickly gained the attention of students, alumni and professors opposed to the university's Dec. 16 order, which requires that all students provide proof of a booster dose by the end of the month, exempting only those with approved religious or medical exemptions. “We are not anti-booster or anti-vaccination,” Fischer wrote in the petition. “We are pro-bodily autonomy, and support the rights of Stanford students to evaluate the data and make their own medical choices.” The Berkeley-based concert production company behind Outside Lands said it is working in partnership with Bay Properties, Inc. — the owners of the theater — to implement a series of renovations within the historic space in the coming months, making improvements to the theater's sound system, lighting, production, heating, ventilation and air conditioning as well as upgrades to its signature vertical neon sign. A new screen and expanded backstage area are also in the works. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“I've Always Wanted To Be Me” You might know Dave Monks from his work with his band Tokyo Police Club. Since 2005 The Canadian-bred TPC have been one of the most exciting indie rock outfits around, putting out winning albums like Champ and Elephant Shell. They played on Letterman and Craig Ferguson played festivals like Outside Lands, Lollapalooza and Coachella and though the beloved Juno-nominated band are still an ongoing proposition so is Monks' solo career. His sophomore album I've Always Wanted To Be Me is a nervy blast of life-affirming indie rock that's big and crunchy, hook filled and catchy—but it's also lyrically direct and emotionally vulnerable, making it one of the most memorable albums of the year. In this equally memorable chat, Monks talks to Alex about being competitive, the benefits of having a partner who's also in the music business and the changing shapes of his daily practice. www.tokyopoliceclub.com www.davegoeswild.com www.bombshellradio.com Stereo Embers: Twitter: @emberseditor Instagram: @emberspodcast Email: email@example.com
In this week's episode Jordan and Kelley go over the 2019 coming-of-age film, "Booksmart." In this episode they discuss Jordan's wild Outsidelands weekend, faun over the true star of the movie, talk about a sure fire way to get a uti, and ask how does someone get banned from every Jamba Juice. Listen to us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or anywhere else you listen to podcasts Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/so-you-think-youre-iconic/id1528462095 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1sV5jnnsnI7mcCk3pA7yVT?si=rD_0rUScQS2y2arFbbJZPg&dl_branch=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sytyipodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SYTYIPODCAST Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClWbWmlH_IEXGy9Dbbeg--A --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Janet Varney is an Emmy-Nominated actor, comedian, writer and producer. In the animation world, she is lucky enough to be the award-winning voice of Korra on Nickelodeon's critically-acclaimed standout hit “The Legend of Korra,” a role for which she continues to be invited to comic cons to give sweaty handshakes the world over. She can also be seen as the entitled and bitchy Becca on FX's (via hulu) “You're the Worst” (named as one of the last decade's best comedies), and fighting dark forces alongside John C. McGinley as Evie Barrett on IFC's (via hulu) “Stan Against Evil.” Her own podcast on the Max Fun network, The JV Club with Janet Varney, has been going since 2012 and features almost 400 interviews with celebrities about their awkward teenage years. She co-programs comedy for Outside Lands music festival and is co-founder/creative director/producer of one of the largest and most acclaimed comedy festivals in North America, SF Sketchfest: the San Francisco Comedy Festival, now in its 20th year. http://janetvarney.com/ Episode co-hosts: FRANCES LUKE ACCORD When Nicholas Gunty and Brian Powers put their songs and their voices together, there is a delicate magic that commands the room to attention. The duo is known as Frances Luke Accord, and they are what NPR's Mountain Stage calls “the definition of lean-in music.” Their soft, contemplative vintage of indie-folk gestures toward a timelessness that honors the Simon & Garfunkel comparisons but pushes beyond into the world of Bon Iver, Jose Gonzalez, and progressive folk music. Both raised in South Bend, IN, Gunty and Powers met and began performing together during their time at the University of Notre Dame. Their first release, 'Kandote', was an intercultural collaboration with the Barefoot Truth Children's Choir in Uganda, a not-for-profit effort which provides ongoing support to the choir to this day. Relocating to Chicago in 2013, the duo honed their songwriting craft while releasing two more self-produced EPs, laying the groundwork for their breakthrough debut LP, 'Fluke'. This immersive, philosophically rich album set them off on their first national tour, which included support dates with Anais Mitchell, Darlingside, and The Ballroom Thieves. The duo's 2021 release, the Sunnyside EP, offers a glimpse into the larger body of work Frances Luke Accord have been developing over the course of the pandemic. More to come soon. https://franceslukeaccord.com/ LYRICS to Afterlife: As long as you're by my side I will make you dinner in the afterlife Live in our after world Stringing jewellery of gold and pearl Some bonds don't break I come to nourish you with my hands Make you a sculpture in the sand Hands that work, hands that tire We form the shape but the shape expires You know I worked for all these years Trying my hardest at my life career We've been witness to joy and pain But the world we left was the world we gained We're so different you and I In a way we never saw eye to eye Despite the loss that set me free In a way you're maybe still guiding me Some bonds don't break We all need shape As long as you're by my side Will you make me laugh in the afterlife? Long as our long dark night You can lead me on to the morning light --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podsongs/message
We went to Outside Lands and a lot happened. LITERALLY NOTHING went according to plan but is anyone surprised? A lot of shit went wrong (classic) but we still slayed (we think)?! Thanks for listening we love youuuuu xx Follow us on IG: @heresthethinggg
What stroke us most about the vibrant young girl we met is how dedicated and passionate she is. Her last single might be called « Sad chick », but when it comes to talking about her journey and music, she opens up and glows. Celeste is the brain and voice behind Talker and she's been around for a while now. She got her first big break as a touring musician for the electro-pop band Frenship and she gained a lot of experience with them as they were playing legendary stages like Red Rocks, The Bowery Ballroom, Lollapalooza, and Outside Lands. When she came back from the tour, she felt ready to develop her project and that's when Talker was born. As she navigated her way through the Los Angeles indie scene, she played most of our exciting clubs, among them the Hi-Hat (RIP), the Bootleg Theater (RIP), the Moroccan Lounge, the Roxy, and the Echo, to name a few. Talker is a hard worker, you just have to check the campaign she launched for her last single to realize how much heart and dedication she puts into her music. She released her single along with an illustrated fanzine, a live version, a beautiful music video, and a very creative Halloween campaign showcasing different iconic « Sad chick » looks (check her Insta). She might be the mind behind all of that but she knows how to be surrounded by people of great talent. Talking about talented people, the first time we heard about her was when we interviewed Anthony and Marshall from Teenage Wrist. When we asked them who they liked in the scene they mentioned Celeste. She might not be as Rock as other acts we have covered but there is something raw and definitely authentic about her that we love. Maybe it's the fact she allows herself to expose her vulnerability and uses it to create, plus she does it with humor. « Sad chick » is a good example so naturally we wanted to talk to her about mental health and how she dealt with it during the pandemic. Celeste found relief in her art, she worked with friend and producer Dan Sadin on her next record and together they gave birth to a beautiful pop opus tainted with alternative colors that you'll soon get to hear. Meanwhile, stop by our podcast and discover this smart, fascinating and determined young woman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hangingonsunset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hangingonsunset/support
In this episode Tyler and Korey discuss the legacy of Pizza Face & Ear Boy, their favorite thing in the Animal Crossings update, and their trip to Outside Lands. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WE BACK YOU SLUTS! It's episode 28 and were getting dirty!Outside Lands 2021 Recap (1:00)2 Weeks of News in 2 Minutes (22:00)People who celebrate Christmas too early should be euthanized (24:00)Pete Davison once again out kicks his coverage (30:00)I am announcing resignation from Public Accounting (35:00)Me and the bois are going to destroy Cancun (41:00)SEGMENTSHorny Corner: The Voyeurs (45:00)Be Bois Moment: Precipitation (50:00)
Mike and Mary Jane celebrate life and unpack their incredible experience at Outside Lands, the one-of-a-kind cannabis community inside OSL called Grass Lands, where Mike performed. Highlights include Reggie Watts' set (s/o medicinal ketamine!), molly walks and VIP sits, meeting Chef Roy Choi, and figuring out how to responsibly reconnect with yourself and your loved ones while dancing the night away. GIVE US 5 ⭐️ / LEAVE A REVIEW / SHOOT A DUMPLING IN MY MOUTH Music by Jesse Case Weed + Grub IG Weed + Grub Patreon Embarc Yky's Soundcloud OCB USA - the finest rolling papers in the world! BOWT: Libby Dolan & Billy Anderson
The Liberal Menace Billy Sunshine is in to discuss his ideas on the education system as well as how Toni Morrison's "Beloved" at center of latest battle in Virginia governor's race. // Jack is joined by KTTH's own Tarik Ansari to discuss how Tarik went to Outside Lands and was very disappointed by The Strokes. // Jack & Shane discuss how Britain can't decide whether it should send its looted treasures back to their rightful owners. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's 11-1-21 Monday show: There is a very large community of swingers on TikTok, a kid suffered some serious burns trying to recreate something from Squid Game, some Halloween candy was discovered in Ohio with needles in it, Pete Davidson and Kim K were spotted holding hands, Ubers were crazy expensive after Outside Lands, and Selena reveals whether or not she got engaged on her anniversary date night!!!!
Episode 11: Marcus Monroe sits down at the AH"M table and discusses 'cone-ing', cruise ships, and cooking on airplanes.About our guest: Marcus Monroe is a New York City-based comedian who has appeared on dozens of national TV shows, including a performance on "The Late Show with David Letterman". Other TV appearances have included: MTV's "TRL", ABC Family's "Switched!", the host of Discovery Kid's "Mad Science", "The Chris Gethard Show", The History Channel's "Pawn Stars", MTVu's "Dean List" and CBS's "Secret Talents of the Stars." Marcus has performed at some of the largest music festivals including Bonnaroo, Summerfest, and Outside Lands. Check out Marcus' website here.Follow Marcus on Instagram and TikTok.For information about upcoming shows visit www.modilive.com.Follow Modi on Instagram at @modi_live.
Bay Area songstress Kehlani joined the Sana G Morning Show to talk about her new single, "Altar" along with an update on her album release. The Bay native gave some insight on her recent activities like the Met Gala, being seen in public holding hands with Sza & she even takes advice from Sana G on a Halloween outfit for the upcoming Outside Lands concert!
Alanis Morissette criticizes HBO documentary 'Jagged' about her life, more tickets to Outside Lands are going on sale today, Nicki Minaj's Covid-19 vaccine 'swollen testicles' claim is false says the Trinidad health minister, and Elton John postpones European tour dates due to hip injury! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on Plus One, brother and sister Clyde and Gracie Lawrence of the band Lawrence join Kraz for a wall-to-wall discussion that covers everything from their young career playing in an 8-piece band, to the recording process for their latest release Hotel TV, to how to go viral on Tik Tok. You'll hear about how they balance their songwriting by both working together as a live band and by individually crafting arrangements in the studio, and how their parents fed them just the right music that they needed growing up. They also discuss Gracie's acting career, the band's savviness on social media, and working with Kraz on their debut album Breakfast, which gives listeners a look inside of Kraz's mindset as a producer.Lawrence is a New York City-based 8-piece band fronted by sister and brother Gracie and Clyde Lawrence. Gracie and Clyde, as well as multiple other members of the band, have been playing together since their childhood, and in 2016 they released their debut album Breakfast, which hit #6 on the iTunes R&B charts on its first day of release. Since then, they have sold out headline shows across the country and appeared at festivals including Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, and Firefly, and have also opened for Lake Street Dive, Vulfpeck, Soulive, Jacob Collier, and many other big-name acts. Last month they released their third studio album, Hotel TV which features many of the uplifting sounds that allowed them to make a name for themselves in the first place.You can listen to Hotel TV here.This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts!Eric Krasno Plus One is presented by Osiris Media. All original music by Eric Krasno. Executive Producers are RJ Bee and Christina Collins. Audio Production by Matt Dwyer. Produced by Ben Baruch of 11E1even Group.Visit Melophy.com and use the promo code TIME to get 20% off your first lesson with top touring and studio musicians See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're celebrating the dog days of summer with two weeks' worth of our favorite Getting Curious tapings from festivals, tour stops, and even a cruise. This week, cool down with interviews recorded live at Clusterfest and Outside Lands in San Francisco, and Vulture Fest in New York. The guests are amazing, the humor is on point, and the admission is free. Find out what today's guests and former guests are up to by following us on Instagram and Twitter @CuriousWithJVN. Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com. Check out Getting Curious merch at PodSwag.com. Listen to more music from Quiñ by heading over to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram and Twitter @JVN and @Jonathan.Vanness on Facebook.
The Polo Fields in Golden Gate Park has been THE event location for over a hundred years. After our June hiatus, Nicole and Michael return to tell the origin story and the major events that continue to be held there to this day. Anyone heard of Outside Lands?
2loud gives their top ten festivals coming up in 2021! Some include Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Shipwrecked and more! Followed by your favorite 2loud minutes! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2loud-wsal-and-ryan/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2loud-wsal-and-ryan/support
Tame Impala mastermind Kevin Parker delves into his earliest musical endeavors -- learning to play his brother's drums, writing songs on one guitar string, playing with his first band at the high school talent show -- and how his attitudes toward songwriting and creativity have evolved since then. He also talks about plans to get back into collaborating with other artists, now that social distancing has relaxed. Tame Impala will also be getting back on the road in the coming months, playing festivals including Bonnaroo and Outside Lands. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennylsq/support
This week we talk with Sean Patton! Originally from New Orleans, @MrSeanPatton is a comedian, writer, storyteller, and performer based in New York. As a stand-up, he has appeared at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney International Comedy Festival, JFL Chicago, JFL Toronto, JFL Montreal (2008, 2010, 2012, 2016), Moontower Comedy Festival, RIOT LA, High Plains, SXSW, Outsidelands, Dublin Comedy Festival, NYCF, Bonnaroo, Nashville Comedy Festival and premiered his show NUMBER ONE at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017. In 2019 he and co-host Caitlin Cook launched their podcast 5 Words on the All Things Comedy network. Sean second album "Scuttlebutt"; was released December 2019 on Helium Records. Get tickets and all info at www.meseanpatton.com Patreon: www.openmicers.com Merch: www.teepublic.com/stores/openmicerspodcast
We give a listener a shot at the Secret Sound and we give away Outside Lands tickets to the best text the Truth story. Support Big Bay Mornings: https://997now.com/podcast-shows/Big-Bay-Mornings See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We discuss recent music news like the Grammy's, Addison Rae, and Outside Lands and our artists for the week: Green Day and Billie Eilish! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whyarentwesleeping/message
In this episode, co-hosts Tom Nash and Vanessa Franko and guest Concert Kash talk about what will happen to Coachella in 2021, plus an update of other big festivals around the country. What's up with Coachella 2021? Life Is Beautiful is on the books and is Green Day the perfect nostalgia headliner for 2021? Outside Lands is happening Halloween weekend in San Francisco. What does this mean for Spookchella? Insomniac is going hard with another Southern California festival announcement. HARD Summer is coming to San Bernardino and there are a lot of Coachella veterans on the lineup, including Future, 2 Chainz, Dillon Francis and more. Chicago has a solid festival scene. We talk Lollapalooza, Riot Fest with My Chemical Romance and New Found Glory, North Coast with Louis the Child, Nora En Pure and more. Coachella and Lollapalooza are two of the biggest U.S. festivals. How do they compare? Follow us: @cantfeeltheheat on Instagram and Twitter; Follow Concert Kash: @concertkash on Clubhouse, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok Follow Vanessa: @vanessafranko on Twitter; Newsletter: pe.com/newsletters - search for Festival Pass #coachella #musicfestivals #dance #artists #Musicfestival #saharatent #edm #concerts #coachellavibes #coachellamusicfestival #musicpodcast #cantfeeltheheat #musicfestivalnews #gobitent #mojavetent #lollapalooza #riotfest #outsidelands #lifeisbeautiful #spookchella #hardsummer #future #dillonfrancis #sanfrancisco #coachella2021 #coachella2022 #greenday #billieeilish #chicago #louisthechild
Rick Farman, co-founder of live music festival and entertainment experiential company Superfly (producers of Bonnaroo & Outside Lands), joins Peter in this CREATV University session to discuss his journey about how he and his partners fearlessly started Bonnaroo & created Superfly. Rick and Peter also discuss the impact of Covid-19 on musicians and the live music and festival industry, what musicians can do right now in a non-touring world, and where the live music and event industry goes from here. Finally, Rick and Peter discuss innovations in the music industry today that are re-imagining the music industry of tomorrow (and lay out some of their favorite companies who are changing the game). Learn more about CREATV University at http://www.creatv.media/creatv-university.
Abby Sprague is the Marketing Director at Mom and Pop Music, a company that represents bands like Metric, Sleigh Bells, Flume and Courtney Barnett. She and I have been to many a festival together! Abby and I discuss the different festivals across the country, which ones are worth the money, and she drops some knowledge for finding some great new artists.Support the show