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#446 Punk As F1. The 2022 On Speed Summer Music Compilation. 12 of Gareth's punk/car songs gathered together. Drivers old and new and team owners discuss what effect (if any) did punk rock have on F1, and if so who‘s the biggest punk in the sport?
Rick Dorsey is a 20 year Tower Records veteran. Starting his career in West Covina in 1986, Dorsey also worked at, and then in May of 1992 (the first day of the LA riots) ran, the Westwood, Los Angeles store until 1995. Rick ultimately went back to West Covina where he worked until 2006 when Tower Records went out of business. But long before he worked for Tower, Rick had the bug of being a major music fan. His older sister brought home records by The Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Ramones and she turned Rick onto music greater than what was being played on radio. Music became his main identity as a teenager as he snuck into local clubs to see some of the great LA bands of the time; Oingo Boingo, The Stray Cats, X, Agent Orange and others. In this episode Rick tells us about the managerial influence of Bob Feterl and Anita Bonds, why shopping visits from Michael Jackson were so stressful, conversations he had with George Harrison, what R&B song Al Cowlings and OJ Simpson were looking for the day before the low speed White Bronco chase, why Anita Baker stopped her show at the Greek Theatre to shout out Westwood's Jazz Buyer and why Russ Solomon's style guided his managerial outlook.
Para la programación veraniega de los martes de agosto hemos cocinado unas sesiones de punk rock con una selección de pildorazos que sonarán non stop y sin interrupciones. Segundo capítulo de los martes al punk en donde seguimos rescatando discos clásicos, esta vez del período 1977 y 1978. Playlist; (sintonía) IAN DURY “Wake up and make love with me” RICHARD HELL and THE VOIDOIDS “Blank generation” THE BOOMTOWN RATS “Joey’s on the streets again” JOHNNY THUNDERS “It’s not enough” SEX PISTOLS “Holidays in the sun” DEAD BOYS “All this and more” DIODES “Shapes of things to come” RAMONES “We’re a happy family” THE DAMNED “One way love” WIRE “Pink flag” EDDIE AND THE HOT RODS “Do anything you wanna do” SUICIDE “Ghost rider” EATER “Sweet Jane” THE DRONES “Persecution complex” THE DICTATORS “Exposed” BLONDIE “Denise” MINK DEVILLE “Spanish stroll” ELVIS COSTELLO “Waiting for the end of the world” Escuchar audio
EP#47 ドラマ「Pistol」（邦題：セックス・ピストルズ）を観ての感想！ EP#34でご紹介した、Sex Pistolsのギタリスト、Steve Jonesの回顧録を基に、イギリスの映画監督、Danny Boyleが映像化したドラマ、「Pistol」（邦題：セックス・ピストルズ）がいよいよ日本でもDisney+で公開になりました！ 前半はドラマについて。後半は、70年代〜80年代にかけて、全英TOP20のチャートを賑わせていたアーティストたちの最新リリース情報をお届けします。 ＊The Boomtown Rats（ブームタウン・ラッツ）の36年振りのニューアルバム、「Citizens Of Boomtown」とツアー情報 ＊Ultravox (ウルトラヴォックス）の「Rage in Eden」/ ５CD＋DVDボックスセットのリリース ＊UB40 (ユービーフォーティ）のアルバムリリース情報 ＊The Cure (ザ・キュアー）のアルバム「Wish」の30周年記念リマスタリング・アルバム 番組の感想は公式facebookまで！ 全英TOP20 m.facebook.com/zenei20
This week on the Richard Crouse Show, the Classic Rock Special! It's August, and for many people the soundtrack to the late summer is classic rock, so I thought I'd take a trip through the vault and give some of my favorite interviews with classic rockers another spin. We'll meet Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen and bassist Tom Petersson who talk about the early days of the band and finding success in Japan. Ace Frehley, the original lead guitarist and co-founding member of KISS stops by to talk about working with his former band, his new music and why he doesn't approve of all of the KISS merchandise that features his image. Liberty DeVitto, author of the memoir Liberty: “Life, Billy and the Pursuit of Happiness” talks about the thirty years he spent playing drums for Billy Joel. We talk about how they met and get some inside scoop. For instance, did you know Only the Good Die Young was written as a reggae song? Finally, we meet John Lennon's personal photographer Bob Gruen. The legendary photographer opens up about taking famous pictures of every rock ‘n roll star from David Bowie and Led Zeppelin to The Clash and The Sex Pistols.
Originally recorded on July 30 2022, this episode focuses on the wonderfully frenetic 1980 album Rodney on the ROQ Vol. 1. This episode marks the first in a two-part series focusing on the idea of compilation albums and discovery. Rodney on the ROQ Vol. 1 is a perfect way to kick things off, as this album showcases some old favorites as well as some hidden gems from the 1980 LA punk and new wave scene.
Hope and Jackie talk about the British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, whose working class roots and punk rock path to fashion make for a truly juicy story. This episode focuses on these earlier years, including her relationship with Malcolm McLaren, who was involved with The Situationists and later formed the band The Sex Pistols. They definitely fudge the story of Sid and Nancy but please forgive them. Episode based on An Unfashionable Life by Jane Mulvagh, Threaducation, and other sources. We're socialists, so follow us on our socials! @fashismpod on Instagram and TikTok Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Στο περιθώριο της Βρετανίας των ‘70s γεννήθηκε η punk και οι Sex Pistols ήρθαν να ξεπλύνουν τα κουστούμια των Beatles. Η απάντηση των «Σκαθαριών» ήρθε από την ταράτσα της Apple. Πολιτική, κουλτούρα και ουσίες που έγραψαν ένα μεγάλο κεφάλαιο στο δεύτερο μισό του 20ου αιώνα so… "Let it Be".
"The Carnegie Hall of Western Swing" is just one of many titles that have been bestowed on Tulsa's famed Cain's Ballroom since its opening in the 1920s. It was from this stage that Bob Wills helped introduce Western Swing to the masses, and decades later crowds continue to flock here to take a spin on its legendary dance floor. In this episode, we'll experience this venue's magic on the occasion of Asleep at the Wheel's 50th Anniversary Tour, and hang out backstage with their legendary front man Ray Benson. Former owner Larry Schaeffer also shares stories of some of the more temperamental artists who've passed through including Hank Williams and The Sex Pistols. Author John Wooley is also on hand to provide a little history, while current stewards Chad Rodgers and Brad Harris talk about how they've guided Cain's into the 21st century. Cain's Ballroom Asleep at the Wheel Twentieth Century Honky-Tonk John Wooley --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/evan-stern1/message
Brian Wilson visited Jonesy's Jukebox a few days before the release of his album "Smile" on September 24, 2004. This was an important time for Wilson, who re-emerged onto the world stage after completing the project that he had shelved in 1967. In the newly recorded introduction of this podcast, Jonesy recommends the recent documentary "Long Promised Road" which gives great insight into the genius of the Beach Boys' primary songwriter. Enjoy Steve Jones' candid conversation with one of the most revered musicians of modern times. Be sure to subscribe to Jonesy's Jukebox for free on your favorite podcast platform and get a different show each Monday.
Fair warning, DTD-ers: "lasciate ogne speranza voi ch'intrate." And you know what that means; we're picking up where we left off with the Danny Boyle directed Sex Pistols mini-series, PISTOL. This week, we discuss "track" 2, and (SPOILER ALERT) we don't think it's very good -- although Matt might be coming around on the show. In any event, just because the show doesn't rock, doesn't mean we can't! In other words, this episode of DTD shreds! We brutaly riff on not just PISTOL, but also on pop punk cover bands, our favorite new game show ("Is it Punk?"), pop punk cover bands, what counts as exceptional dialogue, and pop punk cover bands. So what are you waiting for?! You've heard the rest, NOW listen to the best. That's us, btw. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/docstilldeath/message
Alcanzamos el episodio nº30 de la serie Diversiones. Treinta horas de radio escuchando canciones clásicas del pop y del rock versionadas por grupos o artistas de generaciones posteriores a la del original. Esperamos que hayas disfrutado. Playlist; (sintonía) THE CHARADES “Kepchup song aka Aserejé” (Las Ketchup) THE BAD SHEPHERDS “Anarchy in the UK” (Sex Pistols) DI MAGGIO BROTHERS “Every breath you take” (The Police) LIVING END “10:15 Saturday night” (The Cure) CRUMMY STUFF “Summer fun” (Barracudas) THE NEW PICCADILLYS “Complete control” (The Clash) THE REGRETTES “Teenager in love” (Dion) BRADY HARRIS BAND “Our lips are sealed” (The Go-Go’s) SKANDALOUS ALL STARS “I wanna be sedated” (Ramones) SAY SUE ME “Dreaming” (Blondie) THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN “Tower of song” (Leonard Cohen) JANE’S ADDICTION “Rock’n’Roll” (Velvet Underground) THE CYNICS “I got you babe” (Sonny and Cher) THE CONNECTION “No expectations” (Rolling Stones) JOHN P STROHM “Where is my mind” (Pixies) Escuchar audio
In 2019, music writer Randy Fox discovered a long-forgotten nugget of info - sixteen years before Lucy's opened its doors at 1707 Church Street in Nashville it was home to another record store called Buckley's. Randy has an insatiable curiosity and an unbridled enthusiasm for music and history, so this story has lots of twists and turns. It starts in Kentucky and his discovery of the Sex Pistols and the Ramones in college, zigs into the history of mid-20th century radio and record shops, and zags to the use of urban planning as a tool for white supremacy. Chock full. Enjoy! Randy Fox grew up in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky and now lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently managing editor of The Madisonian and an Editor-at-Large for The East Nashvillian, his writing has also appeared in Vintage Rock, Country Music, Record Collector, Journal of Country Music, Nashville Scene and many other publications. He is the author of Shake Your Hips: The Excello Records Story, a history of the renowned Nashville-based blues, soul and gospel record label. He is also a co-founder, President, and Program Director of independent, freeform radio station WXNA 101.5 FM in Nashville, where he hosts the weekly programs, Randy's Record Shop and the Hipbilly Jamboree. Episode Music: Lambchop - So I Hear You're Moving (Intro) Deford Bailey - Davidson County Blues Slim Harpo - Shake Your Hips Etta James - Seven Day Fool (Live at the New Era Club I'm Going to Sit at the Welcome Table / "We Shall Not Be Moved" - The Nashville Sit-in Story: Songs and Scenes of Nashville Lunch Counter Desegregation (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings) Additional Mentions/Links: Shake Your Hips: The Excello Records Story by Randy Fox “The Emperor of Grooves,” by Randy Fox, The East Nashvillian “Love at 33 1/3: Reflections on a Year of Writing About Record Stores,” by Randy Fox, The Nashville Scene Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979) movie review - Sneak Previews with Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel WXNAfm.org One Mile North by Campbell Haynes (Belmont Law Review, Volume 8, Issue 1: 2020) The Highway to Segregation by Sabre J. Rucker (Masters Thesis, Vanderbilt University, 2016) “Racist planning shaped our city; conscientious planning can help undo its mistakes,” By Adrien Weibgen, New York Daily News Harvey's Nashville Sells 39¢ Singles, Billboard, May, 5, 1962 Randy's Record Shop. Ernie's Record Mart. Dot Records DJ Gene Nobels The Children by David Halberstam JeffersonStreetSound.com Fisk University, Meharry Medical College, Tennessee Agricultural & Industrial State University (now Tennessee State University) Diane Nash, Rev.James Lawson, Congressman John Lewis, Bernard Lafayette, C.T. Vivian, Rip Patton Night train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm and Blues 1945–1970, Country Music Hall of Fame, Michael Gray & Daniel Cooper, curators. Cover Photo of Randy Fox, Scott Greenwalt Photography PLAYLISTS & RADIO SHOWS The Best of Excello Records The Excello Story, Vol. II (1955 - 1957) The Excello Records Story, Vol. I (1952 - 1955) Randy's Record Shop (Randy's Radio Show) - Mondays, 7:00am–9:00am CT, Archive and Live on WXNAFM.org Hipbilly Jamboree! (Randy's Radio Show) - Sunday 3 - 5 PM Archive and live on WXNAfm.org Follow us / Say helloInstagram: @lucysrecordshopTwitter: @lucysrecordshop Facebook: /lucysrecordshop This show is part of We Own This Town, a podcast network of original entertainment and documentary content. You can find more info at the official site at WeOwnThisTown.Net and on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter.
There's a lot of shared history between the Sex Pistols and Buzzcocks, and this episode captures the day Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle dropped by for a colorful visit with Steve Jones on November 15, 2004. You'll catch their stories of Manchester, Joy Division, the Clash and some shocking never before told road stories. You may even hear Keith Morris of the Circle Jerks and Black Flag in the background, chiming in. By request, here's another one for the ages, enjoy this episode of Jonesy's Jukebox. Hit the subscribe button on your favorite platform to get updates on each new episode. Fanx for listening!
Johnny Rotten was a pivotal figure in the earliest days of Punk. For an encore he went back to his surname of Lydon and formed Public Image Ltd who would prove to be one of the earliest purveyors of a genre that would aptly come to be known as Post Punk. Influencing the likes of Big Black, Sonic Youth, Slint and scores of others, PiL were as ahead of their time as the Sex Pistols were and their legacy is arguably more consequential to the sound of anything that could called “alternative” music today. huntsmanhill.com #huntsmanhill Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/1298220429/playlist/4gy1wWwypkoFS2lUztvZ44?si=waSq07DBQlq3x9G1_nK0pg HHPP Amazon Affiliates Store https://huntsmanhill.com/2022/06/09/hhpp-store/ Our Music manhuntsman: https://manhuntsman.com Academy O.C: https://academyoc.bandcamp.com/album/academy-o-c
Guitarist/singer Lars Frederiksen of Rancid is a huge wrestling fan, and explains how that led to AEW's Ruby Soho using Rancid's song as her entrance theme and character name. And while Lars loves wrestling, he's also all about punk music! Rancid's been going strong for over 30 years so he knows the scene, the players, and the history! He makes a really good case for why Lemmy & Motorhead should be considered punk, and talks about the role that Sid Vicious and the Sex Pistols played in the scene. Lars shares stories about his own background growing up in working-class San Francisco, who inspired him to pick up a guitar, his love of KISS, and what happened the first time he met Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley. Lars also discusses what made the punk scene so relevant back in the day, the punk attitude, the difference between punk and Oi! music, punk's contribution to fashion, pop culture, diversity and inclusion, and the importance of the scene's lyrics and messaging. Plus, he lists his favorite bands, and reveals who he believes will carry the torch for punk music in the future.
Brad Kyle is a music enthusiast whose professional career in radio started in 1975 the summer he met David Cassidy. Their interview for his university radio station in Houston, Texas, turned out to be a conversation which allowed David to be relaxed, amusing and honest about his solo career as he embarked on a new career path. Brad currently provides content on Front Row & Backstage | Brad Kyle | Substack where you will find his full archive of published articles about music and sport. We talk about his meeting with David, observations of his career, the burden of being marketed to a teenage market, where he places David in the history of American music and his connection with Judy Garland and The Sex Pistols.
On recent podcasts, you've heard Jonesy going on about the long-lost show with Sir Cliff Richard. Due to your urging, we have dug through the vaults and it has been found! From the Jonesy's Jukebox archive, we present to you another of the Queen's Knights. Steve Jones and Sir Cliff perform a few of his most famous hit songs, with help on guitar by esteemed actor Naveen Andrews (Lost, The Dropout). Jonesy has called this one of his favorite Jukebox shows ever. Enjoy.
They were punk rock's Romeo and Juliet - former Sex Pistols bad boy Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen. Addicted to heroin and each other, Sid and Nancy's love story and demise are part of rock n' roll legend. The end of the line for Nancy came on a bloody bathroom floor of the Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan with Sid the self-confessed murderer. But did Sid really kill Nancy? We talk to acclaimed filmmaker Danny Garcia who's Sad Vacation: The Last Days of Sid & Nancy explores the crashing end for the star-crossed lovers. With in-depth research, and dozens of interviews, Garcia tells us what he thinks happened as we explore yet another rock mystery. Garcia's films: Sad Vacation: The Last Days of Sid & Nancy NEW: Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk in NYC https://youtu.be/cadFFnd4eIc NEW: SID: The Final Curtain https://youtu.be/Xr7kbvTbOc8 Support the Show!: https://patreon.com/rockmysteriesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Susan Jacobs won the first Emmy ever awarded for music supervision. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with Jacobs about her work on "Big Little Lies" and other projects. They also talk with author Paul Gorman about his biography of Malcolm McLaren, the legendary manager of the Sex Pistols. 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:Joe Tex, "A Woman's Hands," A Woman's Hands (Single), Dial, 1967Sex Pistols, "Anarchy In the U.K.," Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977Sex Pistols, "God Save the Queen," Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977Sex Pistols, "Pretty Vacant," Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977Bow Wow Wow, "I Want Candy," The Last of the Mohicans, RCA, 1982Malcolm McLaren, "Buffalo Gals," Duck Rock, Virgin, 1983Bill Lee, "Nola-Vocals," She's Gotta Have It - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Antilles, 1991Public Image Ltd, "Public Image," Public Image: First Issue, Virgin, 1978Marvin Hamlisch, "Theme From The Swimmer (Send for Me in Summer) / Big Splash," The Swimmer, CBS, 1968Leon Bridges, "River," Coming Home, Columbia, 2015Led Zeppelin, "Whole Lotta Love," Led Zeppelin II, Atlantic, 1969Led Zeppelin, "What Is and What Should Never Be," Led Zeppelin II, Atlantic, 1969Led Zeppelin, "Thank You," Led Zeppelin II, Atlantic, 1969Charles Bradley, "Victim of Love (feat. Menahan Street Band)," Victim of Love, Daptone, 2013Michael Kiwanuka, "Cold Little Heart," Love & Hate, Interscope, 2016Sylvan Esso, "Come Down," Sylvan Esso, Partisan, 2014Chicago, "25 or 6 to 4," Chicago, Columbia, 1970Norman Greenbaum, "Spirit in the Sky," Spirit in the Sky, Reprise, 1969Dire Straits, "Romeo and Juliet," Making Movies, Warner Bros., 1980Electric Light Orchestra, "10538 Overture," The Electric Light Orchestra, United Artists, 1971Simon & Garfunkel, "Mrs. Robinson," The Graduate, Columbia Masterworks, 1968Harry Nilsson, "Everybody's Talkin'," Aerial Ballet, RCA Victor, 1968The Acid, "Tumbling Lights," Liminal, Infectious Music, 2014
Now that we've covered Pistol, here's a very much pre-Pistol biography of The Sex Pistols from inside their own camp, an apparent collaboration between manager Malcolm McLaren and director Julien Temple who tell the almost-sort of-true story of what really might have happened but probably didn't
This week were back to share the story of punk icon Jordan. Born Pamela Rooke, Jordan was always an original. Combining her passion for dance, music and fashion led her to Kings Road where she got a job working with Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren at their iconic store SEX. It was there she sparked inspiration into everyone who entered, becoming muse to musicians, filmmakers and fashion designers alike. From starring in films such as Jubilee, to making onstage appearances with the Sex Pistols and Adam Ant, Jordan was at the epicentre of it all. Filmmaker Derek Jarman said it best... "As far as I was concerned Jordan was original. everyone else in the fashion side follows on from her. Even Vivienne and the shop because with Jordan the shop wouldn't have worked. She was the original Sex Pistol. everyone else came in and saw Jordan dressed up and the attitude and it took off from there. She was the godfather, godmother, if you like. She was the purest example of them all" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A lot of folks are asking to hear some original Jonesy's Jukebox shows from Indie 103.1 days, and here is a special one for you. This is the day Siouxsie Sioux and Budgie (from the Banshees) came in for the first part of the show, and overlapped with The New York Dolls in the second part! It happened on January 10, 2004, at a time when both artists were passing through town on tours. You know they covered some juicy tidbits from the early days. Enjoy this previously unreleased episode capturing the convergence of these dynamic performers: Siouxsie Sioux, Budgie, David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain, and of course Steve Jones.
The Boys wrapped up an amazing season that has us wondering if Homelander is the ultimate villain ever. Pistols, the Sex Pistols limited series on Hulu wrapped up and we share our thoughts on a band that has always been very decisive in the punk rock mythos. Yes, the set the stage for a lot […] The post The Boys Season 3, Pistols, The Sadness, Morbius appeared first on Cult of George | Pop Culture, Tiki Bars & Rock & Roll.
Gu-day DTDers! We're so glad you're here, because THIS is THE one that all you true punks out there have been waiting for! That's right, this week, we discuss the pluralization of proper nouns!!! We know, it's heady stuff; but all of us at DTD headquarters felt it was a conversation that needed to happen, and we're proud of the result. Through open dialogue, we tore down walls and build bonds of friendship. And, oh yeah, we also talk about the first episode of the Danny Boyle directed miniseries "PISTOL," an adaptation of Steven Jones' memoir about his time with the Sex Pistols, "Lonely Boy." And all of that is just a long way to say that if you're excited by the idea of Chrissie Hynde singing along to Otis Redding on a jukebox draped in bondage gear, then THIS is THE episode for YOU! So don't delay, press play! That's what I say! OK? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/docstilldeath/message
Our guest is the writer, drummer, civil servant, and LEGO enthusiast Thom Beckett! Andy talks with Thom about The Beatles, The Sex Pistols, LEGO, Father John Misty, Glastonbury Festival 2019, Netflix's upcoming Sandman series, Alan Moore, and more. Find additional information about Thom on his site here. On Rachel's Chart Chat, Rachel from Des Moines finds gems in charts from 1979 and 1987. You can find a playlist for Rachel's Chart Chat here. Follow Rachel on Last.fm here.
The year is more than half over, and that means it's time to share the music we've loved the most the last six months. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot reveal their best albums of 2022 so far. 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:Sharon Van Etten, "Darkness Fades," We've Been Going About This All Wrong, Jagjaguwar, 2022The Smile, "The Opposite," A Light for Attracting Attention, XL, 2022The Smile, "You Will Never Work In Television Again," A Light for Attracting Attention, XL, 2022Pedro The Lion, "First Drumset," Havasu, Polyvinyl, 2022Saba, "Few Good Things (feat. Black Thought & Erin Allen Kane)," Few Good Things, Saba Pivot, 2022Spiritualized, "Always Together With You," Everything Was Beautiful, Fat Possum, 2022K.O.G., "Immigration," Zone 6, Agege (feat. Franz Von & Gyedu-Blay Ambolley), Pura Vida, 2022K.O.G., "Hewale (Interlude)," Zone 6, Agege (feat. Franz Von & Gyedu-Blay Ambolley), Pura Vida, 2022K.O.G., "Ebenezer," Zone 6, Agege (feat. Franz Von & Gyedu-Blay Ambolley), Pura Vida, 2022Jack White, "Eosophobia," Fear of the Dawn, Third Man, 2022Jack White, "Hi-De-Ho (feat. Q-Tip)," Fear of the Dawn, Third Man, 2022Charlotte Adigéry and Bolis Pupul, "Thank You," Topical Dancer, Deewee, 2022Mitski, "That's Your Lamp," Laurel Hell, Dead Oceans, 2022Mitski, "Love Me More," Laurel Hell, Dead Oceans, 2022SASAMI, "Say It," Squeeze, Domino, 2022The Linda Lindas, "Nino," Growing Up, Epitaph, 2022Sharon Van Etten, "Come Back," We've Been Going About This All Wrong, Jagjaguwar, 2022Wet Leg, "I Don't Wanna Go Out," Wet Leg, Domino, 2022The Sex Pistols, "Anarchy In the U.K.," Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977
James Mannion, Ali Ghandour, and Hillary Matthews join Matt Besser for scenes about banning small talk, Tool's social media manager, trying way too hard to get a celebrity's attention, and more. Plus, revisiting the greatest Sex Pistols interview of all time.
This week Jeremy interviews record producer / musician Brian McTernan of Be Well / Battery + more! On this episode Brian and Jeremy talk about the film Suburbia (1983), Sex Pistols, his first punk show and seeing Soul Side, Zach De La Rocha stories, how he first joined Battery, where he learned how to play guitar, his early emo band Ashes, the first time his band recorded, the birth of his Salad Days studio, how he learned to record, working at the studio The Outpost, his first tours and sleep struggles, Miltown, Revelation Records vs. Revolution Records, Six Going on Seven, working on Cave In's Jupiter, Darkest Hour, Strike Anywhere's Exit English, working with Circa Survive, how Be Well formed and how recording his own records feel, upcoming tours and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Brian answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER Want some First Ever Podcast merch? Click here!
Sshh shares her journey from Punk to reggae music and being the principal of Trojan Jamaica, a mother and band leader. “SSHH's music … doesn't sacrifice the knack for melody Zak picked up playing with groups like The Who and Oasis, or by being the son of one of the most melodious groups in rock history.” – Entertainment Weekly “The duo deliver a faithful, but blistering cover of “Problems” alongside Matlock and Cook, with Liguz injecting her melodic vocal turn with plenty of Johnny Rotten-esque snottiness.” – Rolling Stone Magazine “Sshh Liguz and Zak Starkey (son of Ringo) are the brains behind SSHH, the electro-punk duo. This cut of ‘Get Up Stand Up' takes a more maximalist approach than the original Wailers tune and translates as stadium-ready upon the first listen.” – Stereogum “Liguz's singing voice is flawlessly punk—ice queen Siouxsie Sioux, with the spunk of Johnny Rotten and the balls to take on any genre of music.” – RIFF Magazine “A pelvis swinging slice of gnarly power-pop rock with vocals so saucy they make ketchup seem like mere water” – NME Magazine SSHH is a rare breed of band. With comparisons ranging from Aphex Twin to The Sex Pistols, these guys are extreme. Fronted by the force of nature that is the singer Sshh Liguz, whose vocals have been described as a mixture of "Bowie, Siouxie Soux, Iggy Pop, Karen O & Robert Plant" she's a pint sized pocket rocket to be reckoned with. By her side is the man of the hour- Zak Starkey, wielding his weapon of choice--a guitar--that takes your breath away and makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up on end in excitement. With awesome intent he moves around creating sounds to make you move! Lyrical and dynamic- the duo make, break, and make music again, drawing on inspiration from personal experience as well as the wonders of the world and the seedy underbelly that seethes just beneath the surface, no stone is left unturned. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/worldmusicviews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/worldmusicviews/support
This week we're joined by Captured Tracks recording artist Scout Gillett to talk about the Sex Pistols' only full length Never Mind the Bollocks. We dig into seeing and being seen, solo dates to Chipotle, Subway vs. Chipotle, Sweet Green vs. Subway, Snow Patrol, DJ Target, the differences between Missouri and Kansas, Famous DIY musician Count Basie, step wives, Mothman, Falling off of a cliff, medical doohickeys, what its like to work with Andrew, taking edibles at work, indoor cigs, Heat scene report, film dorks, doing nice things for yourself, late night chicken, the RITG bump, Sloan Rangers, hating The Beatles, and writing as a solo artist. // Follow us at @danbassini, @mysprocalledlife, @scoutgillett and @runintotheground. Listen to our RITG Mixtape Vol. 6 here and our Best of RITG Vol. 2 playlist here.
Before becoming a Knight, a galactic spaceman, or an airline billionaire, Richard Branson founded Virgin Records. He made a boatload of money off Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells record and sank some of the profits into signing the Sex Pistols after they got tossed from EMI. Hear the story directly from the mouth of Sir Richard Branson (not Branston, like the pickle) originally broadcast October 17, 2005. He even credits the Sex Pistols for everything he did after! So, where's the money!? Subscribe and get a fresh episode each Monday.
Sid and Nancy have been called a modern-day “punk Romeo and Juliet”, but underneath that surface-level romanticism was a dark reality. Sid Vicious, the notoriously rebellious member of the punk band The Sex Pistols met bleach-blonde groupie Nancy Spungen (yes, Spungen is pronounced with a “hard G”) in London at the height of the punk rock movement. What followed was a relationship fueled by drug addiction, and Nancy would end up dead from a stab wound in NYC in 1978. Method & Madness will be appearing at the True Crime Podcast Festival at the Westin Park Central Hotel in Dallas, Texas - August 26th-28th 2022. For more information, including how to purchase tickets and make hotel reservations, check out: https://truecrimepodcastfestival.com/ Method & Madness is researched, written, hosted, and produced by Dawn Gandhi Sound Editing by moInspo Music by Timmoor from Pixabay Music by LiteSaturation from Pixabay REACH OUT: email@example.com FOLLOW: Instagram.com/MethodAndMadnessPod Twitter.com/MethodPod ___________________________________________________________ This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Special offer to Method and Madness listeners; you can get 10% off your first month of professional therapy at BetterHelp.com/methodandmadness ___________________________________________________________ For a list of sources used, visit the podcast website: Method & Madness Podcast Methodandmadnesspodcast.com Thank you for listening!
We ramble about all sorts of topics including: the naughty Starbucks logo, creepy TikTok happening, wild yards, Air BnB hidden cams, Sex Pistols, Lyle's frustrating update, fishing, flying suacers and a mystery paw! Then another epic round of Werid Triv and we share our guilty pleasure songs!
Every once in a while, humankind has one of those pivotal years where everything changes... 325 AD and the council of Nicea...1215 and the signing of the Magna Carta...the discoveries of 1492..The revolutions of 1789...1919 and the Treaty of Versailles...the great stock market crash of 1929...the dark days of World War II in 1942...the unrest of 1968...the fall of the iron curtain in 1989... In there somewhere is 1977...okay, so to say it was as important to world history as some of these other years might be stretching it...but still, a lot happened... On January 3, a new company called “Apple Computer” was incorporated and the Apple ii went on sale that June...in October, Atari released the ground-breaking 2600 video game console...and in November, boffins running a computer network called Arpanet successfully test something called “tcp/ip” which lay the foundation for the internet... As for music, most of the planet took notice when Elvis Presley died that summer...a big story, yes–but it's not the music story that I'm thinking of...for that, we have to go to England where a perfectly good royal celebration was sullied by four clots called The Sex Pistols...and for that, we should be very grateful... This is the complete history of alt-rock, chapter 5... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Both me and Jai were so excited that a mini-series was being made about the Sex Pistols. Who else could possibly capture the chaotic spirit and the energy of London in the 70s but Danny Boyle? All 6 episodes are out now on Hulu (US) but we're just talking the first one for now. We touch on how perfect this series captures the scene in London, the fashion being on POINT, and the recent comments about the series by Johnny Rotten.For our episode on the rest of the Pistol series join the Patreon! ----Get OVER 60 BONUS episodes on 90s TV and culture (Freaks & Geeks, My So Called Life, Buffy, 90s culture documentaries, and more...) and to support the show, join the PATREON for $5 a month! www.patreon.com/fashiongrungeHosts: Lauren @lauren_melanie & Jai @jai_stylefactoryFollow Fashion Grunge PodcastInstagram @fashiongrungepodTwitter @fgrungepodLetterboxd Fashion Grunge PodcastTikTok @fashiongrungepod
Aaron from DeadBeat At Dawn joins Gary and RJ to discus his history w/ ska, the formation of the band, and maybe we talk a little about the Sex Pistols, the Ramones and UK punk vs. US punk, dadding and cat dadding. DeadBeat At Dawn Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0G7nU92WYnQKTYmK8W0Rz4 DeadBeat At Danw Bandcamp: https://0605records.bandcamp.com/music DeadBeat At Dawn Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/deadbeatatdawn/ https://www.facebook.com/DeadBeatAtDawn https://twitter.com/ThirskDeadBeats On The Upbeat Social Media: www.Instagram.com/ontheupbeatska www.facebook.com/ontheupbeatska www.twitter.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Merch: https://on-the-upbeat.creator-spring.com/ Spotify playlist Ska Favorites: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2DikTsRPk4dspXejk9bFko?si=vaPlX9V7QVW9JsTRSUdqCg Ska News Theme by Dang!t: https://dangitband.bandcamp.com/music Main Theme by Millington: https://millingtonband.bandcamp.com/music You can buy the main Theme Song & More: https://ontheupbeat.bandcamp.com/audio
Since the Beatles showed up with a built-in songwriting team, bands have always had those members who practised the mysterious art of creating and arranging compositions rather than relying on outside professionals to do that for them. Of course, even those great songsmiths liked to take a break and release an album of music that inspired them to pick up the quill and ink in the first place – Bowie's “Pinups”, Patti Smith's “12”, John Lennon's “Rock n Roll” (maybe more for contractual obligations, but still...) Now we can add Australian songwriter John Kennedy's “Raining Treasure” to that mix. Welcome to episode 158 of Love That Album. John's been making great records since the 1980s with his bands like John Kennedy's Love Gone Wrong and JFK and the Cuban Crisis. His music has always had an Americana flavour to it, and he writes wonderful tales of life in Sydney. His 2017 album JFK and the Midlife Crisis was a concept album about a middle aged musician recalling his times younger days in Sydney working in the indie music scene and where he now sees himself. In 2019, this led to the idea of recording an album of covers from fellow travellers in Australian independent music of the 70s and 80s, “Raining Treasure – Australian Indie Gold Covers Vol.1”.In 2022, John and his band The '68 Comeback Special have released a second volume, “Raining Treasure – More Australian Indie Gold Covers Vol.2” with their interpretations of songs from The Scientists, Weddings Parties Anything, Radio Birdman, and (in an extension of the definition of “independent”) The Angels (aka Angel City in the US). These are not carbon copies of their originals – the gents put deep thought into the arrangements of these songs, and the results in some cases show a greater musical alignment with the lyrics. I met up with John Kennedy and Peter Timmerman from the band to discuss these great albums. Tales are also told of the oppressiveness of Queensland under the Bjelke-Petersen government, John's “Sex Pistols” moment meeting the Go Betweens, and whether it's appropriate for an audience to chant during a cover of THAT Angels song. If you're a fan of Kennedy, you won't want to miss this. If you're unfamiliar with his work, you're in for a treat. You can stream the Raining Treasure albums from the usual places OR get a physical copies of the CDs from https://www.thegroovemerchants.com/Product/106392?fbclid=IwAR0x6jxrn6V3nds5OV4EcVGER_pkmkSQrG6KqBUplMqxLWP4JKDY2-wREP4 If you want to do a compare and contrast with the originals, I've created a YouTube playlist:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUPF49t_p_U&list=PLvosm3nd-62VG0NoFR3x8jhoMgPBkcm51 Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice. The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum If you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful. Proudly Pantheon.
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Yoko is even worse than you suspected. The producer of Never Mind The Bollocks produced what other albums? Elon Musk is a garbage person. The Tenacious D Who cover we all need right now. The Ultimate Beatles setlist!
(0:08) Rod is paranoid that his watch watches him masterbate. (2:38) Classic Rock News about musicians we ALL HATE! (Especially Morrissey) (27:23) Song facts! Kenny Loggins fantasized about Tina Turner while he was singing Danger Zone. (47:40) The Rock and Roll Draft! Where we create the greatest super-group known to man!
Lyla the non-human non sequitur, the Queen's Jubilee, Drew Crime: don't believe all women, Lena Dunham's "stunning" bikini photo, 12-year-old armed robbery, road head car crash, Beavis & Butthead movie trailer, and even more listener "refrigerator magnets."The Detroit Tigers remain terrible. Drew is been on a VaTech baseball bender. Marc just has to add that Michigan's not doing so bad either. Deshaun Watson Accuser #24 steps forward. Rusty Hardin thinks all guys get consensual happy endings.Eddie Gaedel got screwed.RIP OG Gerber Baby. The baby formula shortage is going great.Queen Elizabeth's Jubilee: Harry and Meghan got booed. They then decided to skip events under the guise of their kid's 1st birthday. Duran Duran kicked ass. Alicia Keys' heart was necessary at this time. Rod Stewart is old. Drummer Nandi made an appearance without the Foo Fighters.Drew Crime: Laura Day is the worst stepmom possibly ever. She's also the worst girlfriend possibly ever. 48 Hours covered the narcissistic Black Swan Murder. The John Hinckley Jr. redemption Tour has added more dates, but nothing in Simi Valley yet.No one asked for it but Corey Feldman has finally joined the NFT game.Hope you have room in your pants because Lena Dunham has released a "stunning" bikini photo.Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly have broken up. SIST: Minka has cankles.Protect yourself online with our NordVPN deal. Use our code DAMS for a huge discount off your NordVPN plan plus 1 additional month for free. You'll even get a bonus gift. It's risk free with Nord's 30 day money back guarantee.Road head leads to crash, possible dong injury and maybe even a new fetish for the driver.Check out the trailer for Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe coming to Paramount+.Top Gun: Maverick continues to dominate the box office. Kenny Loggins was bummed his new song was denied.Drew's refrigerator delivery man was too high maintenance to replace his fridge.Our listener "refrigerator magnets" are coming in en masse.Lyla is officially the Non-Human Non Sequitur.Elon Musk opens his mouth and the market moves.Companies like to virtue signal on the US... but not those pesky countries that oppress others.iPhone defeats Android in our Twitter poll.Kellyanne Conway's book is a bust. Claudia Conway somehow found the time to mourn Uvalde victims in between sexy selfies.Ellen fizzled out. Nobody engages on her Twitter profile with 77.5 million followers.The Pistol show about the Sex Pistols led Drew down a deep dive of the Great Train Robbery of 1963.Bill Maher shows that we're pretty dumb sometimes.Turns out Sheryl Sandberg is kind of a weasel.A 12-year-old in Hartford, Michigan robs a store. Nice parents.Governor Gretchen Whitmer appeared on another hit list.Enjoy an encore of Clara, The Housekeeper.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Sex Pistols true crime, Queen's Platinum Snooze-ilee, Deshaun Watson accusers #23 & #24, Michael Avenatti sentenced, Hunter Biden's ex-wife's book, tabloids, the coolest 8-year-old, Maz finally checks in, a new Bonerline, and we collect more Listener Refrigerator Magnets.The Wagon is speeding into Detroit June 8th. Loverboy and Styx are also on the bill.We totally stiffed Luke Nowacki this week.Ford is investing $2,000,000,000 in Michigan.Listener Refrigerator magnets: Mexico. Canada. Maine. New York. Tennessee. Virginia. Yeeeahhh!!!The Detroit Techno Militia would like BranDon to stop using THIS song on the show.209-66-Boner is the number to text or call if you'd like to interact with the Bonerline.Kaitlin Armstrong remains on the run and is considered armed and dangerous.Johnny Depp v Amber Heard: Amber Heard's Celebrity Net Worth page has already been updated to -$8M. Amber's lawyer confirms she's broke. Johnny is petting animals across the pond. Amy Schumer is #TeamAmber and gets roasted online.Joy Behar declares Republicans the party of White Supremacy.Drew is now a 'bag-slapper' on the Who Are These Podcasts? Patreon. He can't wait to threaten to pull his donations if he doesn't like content.More accusers emerge against Deshaun Watson.The Pistol series on Hulu leads us down a path of Johnny Rotten's replacement Ronnie Biggs and his crimes.Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee: The Queen doesn't feel good. Prince Louis steals the show. Meghan shushes everybody. Prince Andrew can't attend due to COVID (yeah, right).Hunter Biden's ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, is spilling the beans in a new book.Two old people get it on during a Bat Mitzvah Zoom.Russia's attack on Ukraine is soooooooo February.iPhone vs Android: Part II.Old timers Rolling Stones sing Out of Time for the first time in a long time.Tabloids: Mariah Carey calls out Madonna. Britney Spears looks 'hagy'. Tanya Tucker is tequila crazy. Jessica Simpson is losing too much weight! Jim Harbaugh wants Michigan players to come to school to be transformed instead of attending because of a financial transaction.560,000 Corinthian College students get their student loan debt wiped out by the government.The coolest kid in the world is cruising North Carolina.John Denver was soft... but nowhere near as soft as Boyce Avenue.Prison Food & Penis: Harvey Weinstein's conviction upheld. Michael Avenatti gets 4 years for ripping off Stormy Daniels.Tom Mazawey finally takes our call at Buffalo Wild Wings to discuss 0-for-9 Kody Clemens, predict the Detroit Tigers All-Star representative, predict the NBA Finals, explain his latest Champion's Club weasel move, cover the Stanley Cup Playoffs, eulogize Marion Barber, and discuss the curse of Leave It to Beaver.LeBron James is officially a billionaire.The Dollar Loan Center has moved on from Vince Neil and has hired bigger stars for their commercials.Armando Barron is a bad dude and an even worse husband and father.Mass Shootings: Tulsa. Charleston. Racine. Chattanooga. Don't worry, Joe Biden will solve it tonight.Desiigner vs police (and license plates).Lil Nas X gets nominated for all the awards... except the black ones. Wonder why? #BETAwardsSoStraight.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Whomp Whomp - Johnny Depp beats Amber Heard... in court. Boom Boom - Pat Travers joins us. Wha Wha Wha - Trudi's parade adventures. Plus - Sex Pistols on Hulu, Drew Crime covers the Hillside Strangler, and iPhones snobs v. Android androids.Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard: Johnny cleans up and is awarded $13,000,000. Johnny Depp remains on tour in Europe. A crowd goes wild as if they won something. Judge Jeanine Pirro nailed the verdict.Meghan Markle MIGHT try and reconnect with her dad because she needs some good PR. Meghan and Not-a-Prince Harry are the least popular Royals of all-time. MEghan is declared the Duchess of Product Placement.Refrigerator magnets: Alabama. Arizona. Colorado. Georgia. Maryland. Nevada. Ohio. South Carolina. Texas. Wisconsin. Yeeeahhh!!!Kaitlin Armstrong is still missing. It seems like no one is even looking for her.Rocker Pat Travers joins the show! Check him out at The Token Lounge June 12th. Check out his new tunes.RIP Ronnie Hawkins.JPMorgan Jamie Dimon wants everyone to "brace yourself" for the upcoming "hurricane" in the US economy.Paul Pelosi got in a car crash and was arrested for drunk driving. So now you must be reminded that he killed his brother 65 years ago. The Catholic Church is NOT a fan of Nancy Pelosi. Hunter Biden's porn searches and viewing antics have been revealed.Trump Unity Bridge Rob Cortis sent us some free merch. Trump Unity Tow Alert.Trudi's St. Clair Shores Parade Adventures include some incredible spin from Trudi.iPhone vs. Android. We argue like children.Jada Pinkett really hopes Will Smith and Chris Rock can be friends.John Hinckley Jr. is officially an unrestricted free man.Flying a plane is SO easy that the pilots can sleep through an entire flight.TV: Pistol on Hulu captures the early history of the Sex Pistols and has some notable celebrity nudity. Trudi is loving her some man-ass by watching The Time Traveler's Wife. Obi-Wan Kenobi is out and Drew has no idea what it is. Some people are saying Better Call Saul is better than Breaking Bad.Drew flashes back to Comiskey Park and The World Series of Rock 1976.Drew Crime: Disappearance of Connie Royce. Disappearance of Paige Renkoski. Drew was recently reminded of The Hillside Strangler. Idea: Serial Killer Trading Cards.Stephanie Matto is done selling farts and has moved on to selling boob sweat.Johnny Depp celebrates his court victory at The Bridge Tavern in Newcastle. We chat with the bar and they try to cover Johnny's ass.Amy Schumer is getting crushed for defending Amber Heard.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).