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For this all new, mega episode, we go coast to coast, starting with author & chef, Jess Damuk, whose new cookbook, Salad Freak, is out now. She talks about the stories behind the salads, working with the legendary Martha Stewart and the perfect songs to play while prepping in the kitchen. Then we head over to the Rockaways to chat with the visceral duo, Sky Creature. They talk about coming off their biggest tour this year, what they eat on the road and share some special tunes recorded with their buddy, Steve Albini.Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon), is now on shelves at bookstores around the world. It features 77 of the world's top chefs who share personal stories of how music has been an important, integral force in their lives. The chefs also give personal recipes and curated playlists too. It's an anthology of memories, meals and mixtapes. Pick up your copy by ordering directly from Phaidon, or by visiting your local independent bookstore. Visit our site, www.snackytunes.com for more info.
This week we once again lace up our Doc Martins and hike over to the Pacific Northwest to the land of everything GRUNGE! As usual, we discuss the bands just outside the usual suspects of Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, and Pearl Jam. Your hosts remember this time fondly, as we were young adults when the Seattle scene invaded all rock n' roll avenues in the US. This episode features songs from bands outside the big 4 of grunge, but we don't think you'll be totally surprised. A perfect amalgam of punk, classic rock, and metal is right in our wheelhouse. We have a lot of fun reminiscing about this unique time in rock history. Grab a Starbucks, put your flannel on, and join us! Songs this week include:Love Battery – “Confusion Au Go Go” from Confusion Au Go Go (1999)My Sister's Machine – “Hands And Feet” from Diva (1992) Willard – “Misery: Decomposition” from Underground (2018)Bam Bam – “I'm Dead” from Free Fall From Space (2019)Guillotina – “¿Cuántos Van?” from Rock Mata Pop (1996)Lunachicks – “Why Me?” from Jerk Of All Trades (1995)Feeder – “Change” from Polythene (1997)MiNOR EARTH – “Mulch” from Don't Kill The Messenger (1992)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
Shortly after Doolittle, bassist Kim Deal needed an outlet to channel her creative energies in ways she wasn't able to under Black Francis' firm grip on the Pixies' songwriting process. So she formed a supergroup called The Breeders, teamed up with producer Steve Albini, and cranked out their debut record Pod in just 10 days. The result is an unapologetically straight-forward indie rock album that feels like an urgent expression of raw emotion and energy from a pent-up songwriter who had a hell of a lot to say. Join us as we chat about The Breeders album that came out before "Cannonball" made them a household name among rock fans.TracklistHellboundCannonballDoeIrisOpenedLime HouseThis show is part of the Pantheon Podcast network.
Issue no: 561. September 2 1995. This week we talk about Foo Fighters, Richey Manic, Metallica at the LA2, Fear Factory, Steve Albini on Lollapalooza, NOFX, Ash, Type O Negative, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Silverchair, Stanford Prison Experiment, plus all of the regulars including kommunikation, koncertz, albumz, singlez, news, and much more. Instagram: kerrangbackissues Twitter: @kerrangpod Email: email@example.com
BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG, STEVE ALBINI, RIVERBOAT GAMBLERS, THRICE, STATIC DRESS, DESTRUCTO DISK, DOLLYROTS Billie Joe Armstrong says he's renouncing US citizenship after Roe v. Wade reversal Steve Albini wins second World Series of Poker bracelet Riverboat Gamblers announce shows, possibly new music Thrice announce 20th Anniversary show for 'The Illusion of Safety' 'Nightclubbing' doc: Wild sex and drugs at Max's Kansas City Descendants T-Shirt at Capitol Hill Riots New Releases: Static Dress - Unexplainable Titles Destructo Disk - Breakfast in Space Dollyrots - Alone Again
Everyone knows that Sgt Pepper was recorded on a 4-track machine, most likely a Tascam Portastudio 4-Track cassette recorder. But how many people know how to fix it after it eats your Ringo the 4th tape? That's why The Untitled Beatles Podcast invited Greg Norman - an engineer at Chicago's Electrical Audio recording studios - to gab all things technically fab with T.J. and Tony on our semi-irregular video program “Twitch & Shout”! Remixed and remastered for audiophile delinquents, they'll touch on Get Back, Glyn Johns micing techniques, and Greg's visit to Abbey Road. Plus all the important inquiries you've come to expect, such as:
Welcome back to the SHUDcast and boy do we have some gloopy deliciousness in stock for this one (and aside from our lives in general)! We get past some initial wildness as Cody forces us to watch the end of a hockey match during our recording (and of course we kept it in because who doesn't want to hear us marvel at the oddness of our beloved Cody) and dig deep, deep, DEEP into the mind of one of our true artistic geniuses, Phil Tippet, with his stop-motion labor of love and all things bodily fluids: MAD GOD. Check it out and enjoy! 00:00 - 28:30ish Intros: Please excuse Cody as he makes us watch the ending of a hockey match as we open… but it highlights more of who he is as a lovely human being so bear with us. The boys experience weather for the first time, what it might be like to get old, Austin and Cody go to the Halsey show, our thoughts on other “pop acts”, Steve Albini and how music producers work, and Hollywood Bowl stuff. 28:30ish - 1:14:30ish What we watched this time: Errementari, Anaconda, Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight, Hustle, Shoresy, Alligator, Eyes of Fire, Stranger Things Season 4, Obi-Wan Kenobi, For All Mankind, Pain & Gain, Severance, The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, Everything Everywhere All At Once (Austin finally took the plunge), and Jackass 4.5 (we contain multitudes). 1:14:30ish - 2:04:20 MAD GOD SHUDdown and discussion 2:04:20 - What we're watching next time!
In this EP Bakko & LC cover the following topics. Bakko's new sitcom, "Tommy Lee, LC & Me". A desk with the podcaster in mind. Metallica fan = Ugly in the 80's. Hot in 2022. Alex Jones may be from another time. Steve Albini is a poker genius. Judas Priest lost Ripper Owens' contact info. Ranking fairs. Kid Rock fans pissed off they spent so much time parking. The Cobras & Fire Travel Agency. And of course... BEYONCE IS THE WORST!Pantheon Podcasts Pocasts for Music LoversMusicWarlock - All We AreTyler Bryant & The Shakedown - Ain't None Watered DownVain - Beat The BulletAnthrax - C11 H17 N2 O2 S NaThe Damned Things - A Great ReckoningWhite Iron Band - Minnesota PrideBadlands - Whiskey DustArchie Wilson - Crazy In Love
This episode of The Culture Journalist is free for all our listeners. For the full version of every episode — plus essays, monthly culture recommendations, and more — sign up for a paid subscription. If you were alive in the late '90s, chances are there was an entire chapter of your life that was soundtracked by Eve 6's “Inside Out” — you know, that insanely catchy, angst-filled “heart in a blender” song that, starting in 1998, was ubiquitous on the radio and during Saturday trips to the mall. Nearly 25 years later, the Southern California alt-rock giants are back in the zeitgeist, though for decidedly un-nostalgic reasons: The band's Twitter went viral in late 2020 (possibly the only good thing to happen that year) when, seemingly out of nowhere, singer and guitarist Max Collins began using it to serve up unfiltered, hilarious cultural and political commentary.Subsequent offerings have ranged from cold-tweeting politicians to ask them if they “like the heart in a blender song,” to razzing other late-'90s rock stars (looking at you, Stephan Jenkins and Steve Albini), to thoughtful commentary on fair pay for musicians and roasting the centrist Dems. It's been an unlikely hit, and in addition to releasing new music with Eve 6, Max now pens an advice column with Input Mag and has become something of a rock n roll, post-Bernie public intellectual.We've been wanting to interview Max for a long time, but recently found the perfect excuse: Emilie and Max both wrote an article about John Hinckley Jr., the sexagenarian singer-songwriter who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s in a bid to impress the actor Jodie Foster. He wounded four people, including the President, and was eventually found not guilty by reason of insanity.On July 15, Hinckley finally became a free man after over four decades of restrictions and court-mandated psychiatric care. Max, who is a big fan of Hinckley's music, got him on the phone for his first interview after his unconditional release. Around the same time, Emilie got commissioned to write an essay about the cult fandom around Hinckley and his stripped-down, romantic folk songs, which have garnered him nearly 30,000 subscribers on YouTube. She wanted to examine the fascination with Hinckley's music in the context of the complicated legacy of “outsider music,” a term popularized by WFMU DJ Irwin Chusid in the early 2000s to describe self-taught musicians with unusual backstories (and sometimes psychological disabilities) creating outside the bounds of the traditional music industry. Think: Daniel Johnston, The Shaggs, and Wesley Willis. It's basically the music equivalent of the (similarly othering) category of outsider art.But then a planned series of tour dates Hinckley booked this summer sparked a bunch of controversy online — especially after The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute issued a statement condemning his return to the stage. After the shows got canceled, the piece evolved into an exploration of how the long-running Brooklyn DIY venue Market Hotel, one of the stops on Hinckley's so-called “Redemption Tour,” became a target for the conservative media outrage machine, exemplifying the Right's increasing embrace of the very same cancel-culture tactics it loves to accuse the left of using. What does the controversy around Hinckley's foray into live music tell us about the state of the discourse? Is there such a thing as forgiveness, and redemption, in the middle of a culture war? And how in the world did Eve 6, a band we all grew up watching on MTV, end up reentering the chat as one of the funniest and most influential voices on left-wing Twitter? Much like in his column, Max is a generous and thoughtful conversationalist and was kind enough to indulge our extremely long list of questions. Along the way, he also got deep about some of his own experiences with mental health, including navigating a form of OCD, and why perhaps the appeal of so-called “outsider music” is that we all feel like outsiders in a way sometimes. Love this episode and want to help us produce more of them? Do us a solid and sign up for a paid subscription.Follow Eve 6 on TwitterListen to Eve 6's latest EP, grim value. A little birdie tells us we can expect the first missive from the band's next release in a couple of months.Read more by Max“John Hinckley Jr. speaks: ‘I'm trying to not dwell on the past'” (with Mark Yarm)“The Eve 6 Guy has advice for an angry COVID long hauler”“The Eve 6 Guy on how to cope when the world's on fire”“Miserable? The Eve 6 Guy offers tips for kicking depression in the ass.”Read more by Emilie“The no redemption tour” This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit theculturejournalist.substack.com/subscribe
This is the free first half of Office Hours. Watch or listen to the full two hours with Chris James from Not Even A Show, Uncle Phil zooming in from a remote location, and get tons of other stuff at patreon.com/officehoursliveThe holy trinity was live and in person from the Windy City with legendary Chicagoans producer/musician Steve Albini and musician Fire-Toolz.See the two Tims live on tour this summer! Get tickets at timheidecker.com/liveFind everything else at officialofficehours.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of The Spindle, Marc and John dig into a single by Columbus, Ohio's Scrawl. Released by the Arlington-based label Simple Machines and recorded in Chicago by lauded producer Steve Albini, this early single came in a unique origami package and its sound is gnarly but literate, a tale of familial abuse and reckoning. About The Spindle: The 7-inch record isn't just a format—it's an art form. On each episode of The Spindle podcast, music writer Marc Masters and music historian (and music maker) John Howard dive into a great 7-inch, dissecting its background, impact, and the reasons why it stands out as a small plastic piece of music history. What's your favorite 7″? Call us at 1-877-WASTOIDS and weigh in!
Marcus and Carolina are back at it and rounding up music news once again! From The Beastie Boys getting a street corner named after them to everyone listening to 90's music perhaps because they think the world wasn't also a dumpster fire then, the impending closure of the Brooklyn Knitting Factory, Steve Albini winning his second World Series of Poker Tournament, and Jello Biafra reacts to the Chris Lord-Alge remaster of Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables Flowerhead - Pondering My Orb (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb6QLCaLxjvucwNlQuS2gg) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
Tuvimos tres visitas de lujo el día de hoy. Cynthia Uribe nos contó la mejor forma de ir a Tlaxcala en esta temporada de luciérnagas. Cayeron los Austero desde Chihuahua para contarnos sus experiencias grabando con Steve Albini y el Chino Elizondo. Y cerramos el episodio con la visita de Pepe Casanova para explorar Stranger Things de manera ochentera.
They played in a trailer in the middle of some scary woods, slept on the nasty floor of a club, and blew up snack cakes on a dusty back road with Steve Albini. This was life in the 90s for Montgomery, Alabama, noise-punk band bert. Guided by the mighty Book Your Own F*ckin' Life ‘zine, bert had all the resources they needed to put out their own records, connect with people who loved music as much as they did, and play tons of shows throughout the South and Southeastern U.S.. Mark Coleman (original bass player), Glenn Grant (drums) and Jeff McLeod (guitar and vocals) got together for the first time in a long time to hang out with Mary and talk about life in the studio and on the road, confronting racism and sexism in punk, and one of their absolute favorite places to play: Lucy's Record Shop! In addition to touring, bert self-released two cassettes and two split 7"s, before Nashville's House O' Pain put out their 7" Ambient Doug. They went on to record with Steve Albini for two releases (1993's Quiet Positive Pump and 1997's Big Box Schwing) for Austin, TX's Chicken Ranch Records, who also released two limited recordings after the band broke up, and another for a one-off reunion show in 2008. Episode Music Lambchop - So I Hear You're Moving The Dead Kennedys - Your Emotions bert - Schizoweirdnik bert - Dog Dark Nufux (bert) - The Smoldering Turd Additional Mentions/Links Maximum RockNRoll Boobyhatch Impetuous Doom Little Monkey on a Stick Deadwood (Pensacola) Craw (Cleveland, OH) Art Chantry Chicken Ranch Steve Albini bert Nufux Jeff McLeod Bert - 1993-1998 shtwrlds The Subversive Workshop Jeffmcleod.bandcamp.com Follow us / Say hello Instagram: @lucysrecordshop Twitter: @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.
Best known as founder, front-man and namesake of grunge-legends TAD, Thomas Andrew Doyle discusses the early and rare records of his career, shares memories of the Pacific Northwest music scene and his new instrumental compositional work. Topics include: Revisiting TAD through recent musical output Formal background of music and playing in orchestras Thomas losing his record collection His personal TAD records, test pressings CZ Records “Secretions” compilation “Daisy Ritual Device” single variations Fun with runout groove etchings The story of Dick Johnson Thomas' pre-TAD job TAD split w Pussy Galore on SubPop His memories of early SubPop His memories of the early grunge scene The creation of & plan for the “Daisy Ritual Device” single The formation of TAD & recording “God's Balls” The Manzine in “God's Balls” The poster that was included in “God's Balls” Thomas being the visual focus of TAD Recording the “Salt Lick” EP w Steve Albini What did he learn working w Steve Albini, Butch Vig, Jack Endino The story of the cover of “8-Way Santa” The issues with “Jack Pepsi” Who controls TAD music? Recent reissues of TAD albums (“Infrared Riding Hood”, “Inhaler”) "Live Alien Broadcasts" LP Thomas' recent compositions How he creates his instrumental music His methods of recording and creating Making music for “Fundamentally Cynical” Interview wrap up Enjoy TAD's new compositional music here. Extended interview available here: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockSpecial Guest Host: Nicholas BrennickThe Pixies “Where Is My Mind?” from the 1988 album "Surfer Rosa" released on Rough Trade. Written by Black Francis and produced by Steve Albini.Personel:Black Francis – vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitarKim Deal – bass, vocalsJoey Santiago – lead guitarDavid Lovering – drumsCover:Performed by Josh Bond and Neal MarshIntro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:Weezer
Your correspondent speaks with iconic rock guitarist and recording engineer Steve Albini, who has recorded Nirvana, the Pixies and PJ Harvey, and who recently won his second WSOP bracelet.0:16 Introduction2:16 Steve Albini joins3:10 Albini discusses his job as a recording engineer5:04 What kinds of sounds Albini is known for7:31 How Albini became a serious poker player8:35 Mixed games10:03 Adjusting to new constraints in poker14:42 What Albini likes about poker16:40 Stylized sociopathy in poker and music (excerpt: Shellac, "Crow," used with permission)18:58 Machismo in poker (excerpt: Shellac, "Watch Song," used with permission)21:55 Scamming in poker and independent music24:36 Why Albini doesn't like Las Vegas26:10 Other musicians who are good poker players28:30 Why Albini isn't playing the Main Event29:40 Albini's thoughts on recording sessions with the Breeders32:30 Joanna Newsom34:11 Melt-Banana37:05 Recap of your correspondent's recent trip to Las Vegas39:30 Hand from the Mini Main Event: KK all-in preflop41:56 Hand from Venetian bounty event: KK all-in preflopSteve Albini, "The Problem with Music" https://thebaffler.com/salvos/...Shellac, "Crow" https://www.youtube.com/watch?..."Douchebags in sunglasses ..." quote: https://www.theringer.com/spor...Shellac, "Watch Song" https://www.youtube.com/watch?...Breeders, "Doe" https://www.youtube.com/watch?...Joanna Newsom, "Only Skin" https://www.youtube.com/watch?...Melt-Banana, "Scratch or Stitch" https://www.youtube.com/watch?...firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockSpecial Guest Host: Nicholas BrennickThe Pixies “Where Is My Mind?” from the 1988 album "Surfer Rosa" released on Rough Trade. Written by Black Francis and produced by Steve Albini.Personel:Black Francis – vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitarKim Deal – bass, vocalsJoey Santiago – lead guitarDavid Lovering – drumsCover:Performed by Josh Bond and Neal MarshIntro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:God's Favorite IdiotOld ManThe BoysWestworldUlyssesAladdin “Whole New World”NellyBen E King “Stand By Me”Dax SheppardNatasha LyonneMichael BoltonThe Lonely IslandFight ClubPixies “Surfer Rosa”Pixies “Doolittle”The LeftoversMr RobotMetallicaAC/DCModest Mouse “Float On”George HarrisonThe Cars “Just What I Needed”Marcy Playground“Sex and Candy”Soul Coughing “Soul Coffin”Nirvana “In Utero”Alice in ChainsGreen DayOffspringBlack FlagThe Who “Pinball Wizard”Old Crow Medicine Show “Wagon Wheel”The Flaming LipsThe Smashing Pumpkins “Today is the Greatest”WeezerThe Sex PistolsR.E.M.Bush “Machinehead”The ReplacementsBlack Francis “Honeycomb”Black Francis “Teenager of the Year”Black Francis “Cult of Ray”Black Francis “Insecticide”Black Francis “Nevermind”No EffectsGoldfingerRadiohead “The Bends”Nada SurfTrampled By TurtlesMiley Cyrus “Can't Stop, Won't Stop”Maxence CyrinThe Blue NotesOkay MaidzaMIAScott Bradlee's Postmodern JukeboxRoy OrbisonVictor OrbanKings of LeonWizard of Oz
New music and music news of June 2022 plus:- Rationing summer concerts to save for Alaska- Interviewing a Funk legend- Seeing recent guest of the show Jeremy Porter perform in Buffalo- Listening to a ton of Joyce Manor and 3LH- Running out of shirts really really fast- Other peoples podcasts- Dream vinyl presses of obscure Drive Thru Records releases & much more!Support the artists heard on this episode - Doki Doki - I Was Killing It Man (Single)https://asianmanrecords.bandcamp.com/track/i-was-killing-it-manThird Eye Blind - Acoustichttps://orcd.co/3ebunplugged?fbclid=IwAR3nrBt941R-SYWb7x3kbUWcAKriSeWWhH-LvT3pjlQscwOUGdnHFmHLGfQMikey Erg - Love At Leedshttps://mikeyerg.bandcamp.com/album/love-at-leedsCheck out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 10 to midnight est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA email@example.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_MgDonate to help show costs - https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthony
This episode first appeared on April 4, 2021. Caleb Parker is an audio/mixing engineer and music producer based out of Highland Park, CA, USA! In this episode, Caleb shared his journey from being a guitarist to managing the sound for Scary Pockets and mixing for acts such as Vulfpeck and Pomplamoose. We got deep on his approach to live-tracking bands, mixing, and so much more! Check it out!You can find out more about Caleb at http://www.williamcalebparker.com/You can find Caleb on Social MediaIG - https://www.instagram.com/wcalebparker/You can listen to the songs we discussed in the "Sauce" segment in their entireties here:"Still Feeling You" by Couch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4s5040zal8&ab_channel=Couch-Topic"Karma Police" cover by Scary Pockets (Radiohead) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTJvNeHxbyc&ab_channel=ScaryPocketsSubscribe to the podcast and get my free guidebook "Music Production Essentials" here - https://mpe-ebook.benwallick.com/free-downloadJoin the Secret Sonics Facebook community here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretsonicsIf you'd like to help support Secret Sonics, you can do so by visiting https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benwallickReferencesScary Pockets - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-2JUs_G21BrJ0efehwGkUwPomplamoose - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PomplamooseVulfpeck (live at MSG) - https://youtu.be/rv4wf7bzfFERyan Lerman - https://ryanlerman.com/Matt Ross-Spang - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Ross-SpangJack Conte - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_ConteJack Stratton - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VulfpeckLake Street Dive - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Street_DiveScary Pockets - Happy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOAcSwA8LnU&ab_channel=ScaryPocketsScary Goldings - https://open.spotify.com/album/6WMA4IvnIOuZNezGwkd8JvCraig Polasko - https://www.instagram.com/camfonics/?hl=enAEA KU5A - https://www.aearibbonmics.com/products/ku5a/Steve Albini - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_AlbiniRyan Freeland - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryan_FreelandPlugin Alliance SVT classic - https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/products/ampeg_svtvr_classic.htmlFF Pro Q 3 - https://www.fabfilter.com/products/pro-q-3-equalizer-plug-inUA MEQ 5 - https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/equalizers/pultec-passive-eq-collection.htmlGoodhertz Plugins - https://goodhertz.co/Scary Pockets "Sweet Child O' Mine" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl7a9YztLN4&ab_channel=ScaryPocketsReuben Cohen - https://lurssenmastering.com/reuben-cohen/Tchad Blake - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tchad_BlakeKush Clariphonic - https://thehouseofkush.com/products/clariphonic-dsp-mkiiStuder A800 - https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/special-processing/studer-a800-tape-recorder.htmlOvertone EQ - https://www.soundspot.audio/downloads/overtone-mastering-equalizer-audio-plugin/Slate SSL Comp - https://slatedigital.com/virtual-buss-compressors/PSP vintage warmer - https://www.pspaudioware.net/UserArea/store/viewOxford Inflator - https://www.sonnox.com/plugin/oxford-inflator-v3Fab Filter L2 - https://www.fabfilter.com/products/pro-l-2-limiter-plug-in64 Sound - https://www.64sound.com/Monica Martin - https://www.instagram.com/monicamartin/?hl=enJeremy Most - https://www.allmusic.com/artist/jeremy-most-mn0001557937Emily King - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_KingCory Wong - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cory_WongBrian Greene - https://www.instagram.com/bgreensurfs/Thanks for listening to this episode of Secret Sonics! I hope you enjoyed this episode :) Look out for new episodes weekly. Consider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the new podcast theme music!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.coFollow along via social media here:Facebook: www.facebook.com/SecretSonicsPodInstagram: www.instagram.com/secretsonics/Have a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben
In the third hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel that discussed the latest Bulls rumors after the team selected Arizona guard Dalen Terry with the 18th overall pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday. The guys then reacted to Bulls general manager Marc Eversley's comments, which didn't inspire much confidence about guard Lonzo Ball's recovery from knee surgery. Later, legendary record producer Steve Albini joined the show to discuss working with Nirvana, winning the World Series of Poker tournament once again and more.
Topics include the new Marilyn Manson/Depp collab no one asked for, weekend stories, Steve Albini wins a chunk of poker money & more. MBU - keyboardist Brett Tuggle Slaps -The Mars Volta, Drake, Beyoncé, Eminem, Chris Brown, WizkidDoes It Slap Playlist - https://bit.ly/DoesItSlapPatreon - http://patreon.com/thehustleseasonBandcamp - http://thehustleseason.bandcamp.comTHS YouTube -https://bit.ly/THSYouTubeChannelInstagram - http://instagram.com/thehustleseasonTwitter - http://twitter.com/thehustleseasonSpring (fmrly Teespring) - https://bit.ly/HustleSeasonMerchFacebook - http://bit.ly/HustleSeasonFBThe Hustle Season on Apple Podcasts - https://bit.ly/TheHSPodcastAppleThe Hustle Season on Spotify Podcasts - https://bit.ly/TheHSPodcastSpotify
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Terrence and Ross are back to catch you up on all things Vegas Summer/WSOP! 0:10 Intros, Catching up, Missing DNegs and Adam 1:00 Terrence's WSOP Trip 3:15 covid sweeps the WSOP 9:10 With the market down and covid, the series is still booming! 12:05 Super Producer Steve Albini joins the show after winning his 2nd bracelet! 18:00 The famous Chicago home game, notable players and fun variants. 34:00 The comeback to winning the tournament 49:15 Steve breaks the bracelet right after receiving it 51:30 The rest of his series plans, more strategy chatter 1:02:30 Catching up on the news, extreme tanking, cheaters getting called out, Scott Seiver fires 43 bullets, Neymar arrives! Follow @DatPokerPod on Instagram datpokerpod (at) gmail (dot) com Intro/Outro Music By: https://twitter.com/murphchops
Steve Albini is an American musician, record producer, audio engineer and music journalist. He was a member of Big Black and is a member of Shellac. He has produced iconic albums for artists such as, Nirvana, The Pixies, and Jimmy Page. He is the founder, owner and principal engineer of Electrical Audio, a recording studio complex in Chicago. In 2018, Albini estimated that he had worked on several thousand albums during his career. He has had major influence on the development of genres such as noise rock, post-hardcore and math rock. All the while, Albini combined a lifelong love of music with a fascination with Poker. He started playing poker when his great grandmother taught him in 1969 and has been playing ever since. He recently won a WSOP bracelet in 2022. Albini is also known for his outspoken views on the music industry, having stated repeatedly that it financially exploits artists and homogenizes their sound. Nearly alone among well-known producers, Albini refuses to take ongoing royalties from album sales, feeling that a producer's job is to record the music to the band's desires, and that paying a producer as if they had contributed artistically to an album is unethical. Listen to this latest episode of Winning The Game Of Life where Dan talks with Steve Albini to discuss human relationships, charity, and rock and roll. Coming of age in the underground punk rock scene Criticisms of the music industry's relationship with artists The shifting economics of the music industry What makes a successful album The expression of the creative impulse The inherent equality of humanity Taking the transactional element out of human relationships Alleviating poverty with a charity Thoughts on capitalism Stupid poker games I hope you find this episode as informative and as exciting as we have. Steve is winning the game of life and is on a mission to help others win as well! Please let us know your thoughts about the episode! Connect with Steve Albini: Websites: www.elictricalaudio.com www.letterstosanta.com www.unconditionalgiving.org Connect with Dan Cates: Website: https://www.dancatesfoundation.com/ Instagram: @thedancates Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we have Dave Leto of fellow Jersey City legends Rye Coalition to talk about Guns N' Roses' debut album Appetite for Destruction. We dig into missed real estate opportunities, the Bayonne Bleeder, Cake Boss sightings, getting hit by Kool and the Gang's tour bus, playing with two drummers, bumping into Duff, thats so Raven, the birth of punk, fights at the Seaport, recording with Dave Grohl, Rick Ruben's nonsense, the genius of Steve Albini, AA Top, the hot dog tour, Gallagher, and how bad Paradise City sucks. Andrew has a health scare, and Dan almost got run over by Shaq. // Follow us at @danbassini, @mysprocalledlife, @daveleto and @runintotheground. Listen to our RITG Mixtape Vol. 5 here and our Best of RITG Vol. 1 playlist here.
This week Jeremy interviews NJ punk rock royalty Mikey Erg On this episode Mikey and Jeremy talk tour camaraderie, eating close to showtime, Nirvana, Vintage Vinyl, his first punk show, pay to play, early recording experiences, joining Dirt Bike Annie and the genesis of The Ergs, The Chris Gethard show, his new upcoming album “Love at Leeds”, working with Steve Albini and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER
Tape Swap's first show of 2022 premiered in April on WDIY 88.1 FM and featured the Shards Session with Laurel Canyon. The four-piece band is a new addition to the Lehigh Valley music scene, having recently releasing their debut EP, Victim, in January 2022. Laurel Canyon is made up of guitarists Nicholas Gillespie and Serg Cereja, bassist Dylan Loccarini, and drummer Egan Miller. The band joined us in March 2022, fresh off a recording session with famed producer Steve Albini in Chicago.
In episode 10 of Accolades Video Series I talk to Steve Albini about Alan Dower Blumlein, an electronics engineer from Hampstead, London, United Kingdom. Blumlein is known for his many inventions in telecommunications, sound recording, stereophonic sound, television and radar. He received 128 patents and is considered one of the most significant engineers and inventors of his time.
I go through the new music and music news of April 2022 plus:- Getting paid to talk to the singer of Third Eye Blind- Why all the good music in 2022 is coming out of the UK- If NY or NJ has produced more amazing musicians- Playing four hours of nothing but Alkaline Trio on the radio show- Getting a new car so I can go to concerts again- Future guests for May and beyond & much more!Support the artists heard on this episode -Heart to Gold - Tomhttps://hearttogold.bandcamp.com/album/tom-2Deaf Lingo - Lingonberryhttps://deaflingo.bandcamp.com/album/lingonberryJoyce Manor - 40 oz to Fresnohttps://joycemanor.bandcamp.com/album/40-oz-to-fresnoCheck out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 10 to midnight est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_Mg
This week we strap on our old Doc Martins trudge through the muck and grime of the springtime in the US Pacific Northwest. Yep, time for our annual spring GRUNGE episode! We discuss the bands just outside the usual suspects of Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, and Pearl Jam. Your hosts remember this time fondly, as we were young adults when the Seattle scene invaded all rock n' roll avenues in the US. In retrospect, this sounds like less of a movement and more of a melting pot of many of the genres that had been established in silos during the 70s and 80s. What do you think?This episode features songs from bands outside the big 4 of grunge, but we don't think you'll be totally surprised. A perfect amalgam of punk, classic rock, and metal is right in Kevin's wheelhouse, and we find out the impact this had on Robert's musical path. We discuss the origins of the movement and have a lot of fun reminiscing about this unique time in rock history. Come jump on the hike with us to grab a Starbucks and some flannel.Songs this week include:Kerbdog – “Cleaver” from Kerbdog (1994)Hammerbox – “Hole” from Numb (1993)Pond – “Tree” from Pond (1993) Brad – “Raise Love” from Shame (1993)The Gits – “Another Shot Of Whiskey” from Frenching The Bully (1992)Mudhoney – “Living Wreck” from Piece Of Cake (1992)7 Year Bitch – “M.I.A.” from Viva Zapata! (1994) Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
This week we conclude our deep dive into "Are You Out There," the Thin Lizzy-inspired 2020 single that became a featured track on Night Demon's brand-new Year of the Demon compilation album. Jarvis walks you through the lyrics, line by line, tying them not only to the tragic tale of Phil Lynott's downfall but also to much more personal experiences and observations. The guys also break down the music, from the atypical bridge to the licks to the drum fills to the acoustic guitar nestled in the mix. You will hear about the cover art and specifically the collaborative effort of two talented artists to bring this vision to life, as well as the killer black and white back cover photo. Night Demon talk about the live premier of the song in Asheville, NC, and discuss their hopes and plans for this track in the live set going forward. Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:Handwritten lyricsOriginal cover artUnused back cover artFull art and packaging Thin Lizzy "Johnny the Fox Meets Jimmy the Weed" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilxP8As14dMRiot "Johnny's Back" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG35KaqgqyEHaunt Bandcamp page - https://hauntheavymetal.bandcamp.com/"Are You Out There" lyric video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkNIXXB9tpU"Are You Out There" behind the song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCNBj0-W6Fo Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts!
This week we resume our deep dive into "Are You Out There," Night Demon's third 7" single of 2020 and a featured track on the newly released Year of the Demon compilation LP/CD/MC. We begin with the band members discussing the premise that the song is more hard rock than metal, and explaining how the feel and vibe of the track are actually in harmony with Night Demon's ethos and catalog. They then go into great detail about working with legendary producer Steve Albini at Electrical Audio in Chicago, Illinois. You will hear vignettes and insights into what Albini did and didn't do in the studio, and how he is an audio engineer rather than a music producer. Also, Jarvis describes the lyrical inspiration of the song: how it connects to Phil Lynott, how it harkens back to a song Jarvis wrote about Marilyn Monroe many years ago, and how it is also an autobiographical track for him. Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:- Rough Mix- Instrumental Mix Electrical Audio - https://electricalaudio.com/Thin Lizzy "Boys Are Back in Town" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQo1HIcSVtgHybrid Moments "Marilyn" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ64q0eqetIPhil Lynott - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Lynott Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts!
Paul Natkin is widely considered Chicago's greatest music photographer. The son of a photojournalist, Paul's career flourished in the heyday of rock & roll as he traveled from show to show, documenting both rising stars and icons of the music industry. A true music fan, Paul's passion and workmanlike approach to his trade has made him the photographer to the stars over a four-decade career. He was the official touring photographer for the Rolling Stones, becoming friends with Keith Richards and documenting the North America tour of the New Barbarians. He continues to attend shows and shoot portraits at his studio on Chicago's north side. I talked to Paul about everything from the Stones to the Beatles, from Prince to Steve Albini, traveling, getting access, what makes a good photo and so much more. Here's our conversation.. Check out Paul's upcoming book out on Trope publishing: Trope | 3020 W Carroll Ave | Chicago, IL 60612 USA Trope Publishing Co www.trope.com | Trope Gallery www.wildmanbt.com The Sound & Vision Podcast book is now available for preorder. Why I Make Art features an in-depth look at 30 artists from Chris Martin to Robin Williams. There's also thematic quote sections and images from sketches artist contributed to the S&V guestbook. It has a forward written by Hirishikesh Hirway of the Song Exploder podcast and Netflix show. You can get your copy at the Atelier Editions website. http://atelier-editions.com/store/why-i-make-art My solo show “Escape Plan” is up now at Miles McEnery Gallery, 511 W22nd street in Manhattan. The show will be up until April 23rd. You can check out the catalog at the Miles McEnery website. https://www.milesmcenery.com/
Joel Jerome is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles, CA. His solo debut, Super Flower Blood Moon (Dangerbird Records) hits the streets on May 13th, and promises a dark, folky trip that celebrates his 90's indie rock influences as much and it pays homage to his latin roots. In this episode Joel tells us how the pandemic opened his eyes to activism, how that's translated to his work with The Union of Musicians and Allied Workers (UMAW) and why unions are important to working musicians. We hear how his long time pal Jim Fairchild (Modest Mouse, Grandaddy, All Smiles) had a hand in the early stages of Super Flower Blood Moon and why it was different from past records. Joel also share's his view on "capturing recordings" verses "producing" and how thats applied in his own studio, Psychedelic Thriftstore. Joe plays a couple tunes from the new record and Joel tells us where's he's looking forward to touring in 2022. https://dangerbirdrecords.com/https://joeljeromemusic.bandcamp.com/https://www.izotope.com/https://us.minorfigures.com/
Topics include Pusha T's fishy rap diss, Dolly Parton (!!) is invited to Steve Albini's lab, Reggie reviews The Batman, Jack White wins Camille & more !Slaps - Tom Morello, X Ambassadors, Weezer, Bon Iver, Ethan Gruska, Arcade Fire, Muse
Today is a banner day in the history of Night Demon. Today we celebrate the release of the Year of the Demon compilation album, some two years in the making. In honor of this special occasion, this week we bring you a special "release day" episode. You'll hear the inside scoop directly from Jarvis about the forthcoming April 1 livestreams concerning the new Night Demon beer, as well as the April 16 release show at Casa Agria Brewing in Oxnard, California. We also bring you promotional recordings of podcasts from around the world probing the whats, whys, and wherefores of Year of the Demon. You will hear candid, unfiltered commentary about the album from Jarvis, Armand and Dusty, as well as a few prime clues about touring plans and the forthcoming new studio album to be released before the end of the year. Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:Riffs Or Die Podcast #67: with Jarvis LeatherbyVerikuu interview with Dusty SquiresHorns Up Podcast interview with Full BandUnder Fire interview with Armand John Anthony Tickets for release show - https://nightdemon.net/tour?msclkid=65706f86abfb11ec90df80afbfb35586Casa Agria Brewing - https://www.casaagria.com/Interview Under Fire Podcast - https://interviewunderfire.com/podcast/s-12-e-02-armand-anthony-of-night-demon/Verikuu podcast - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pQWkCMQJL8Riffs Or Die podcast - https://riffsordie.podbean.com/e/67-jarvis-leatherby-riffs-or-die-podcast/Horns Up podcast - https://www.hornsuppod.com/the-podcast/episode/59d3c332/173-or-night-demon Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts!
Shiner sprouted from the fertile, black-dirt underground rock scene of the Midwest. Cofounded by guitarist/vocalist Allen Epley in 1992, the band toured with contemporaries Sunny Day Real Estate, Chore, Jawbox, Season to Risk, the Jesus Lizard, and Girls Against Boys, recorded with Shellac's Steve Albini, and released four albums between 1996 and 2001. Injections of new blood for 1997's Lula Divina (bassist Paul Malinowski) and 2000's Starless (Josh Newton on keyboards/guitars and Jason Gerken on drums) helped carve fresh ground and broaden their sound. Shiner's sweet spot lives among the smoldering soundscapes that brood, blossom, and bolster their cannonball core. The Egg, from 2001, was a crowning achievement—the early career apex of the band's evolution from noisy dissonance and powder-keg rock to mosaic, prog-like orchestrations that were equally brutal and beautiful. And after nearly two years of touring behind The Egg, the quartet split up in 2003. Over the next 15 years, Shiner reunited for special one-off appearances and very short tours. And with the help of the internet and streaming services, their low-key, dormant profile was elevated. Finally, in 2020, Shiner came back to the table with Schadenfreude–a shockingly logical evolution from and continuation of The Egg's sonic flavor. The album has the lyrical earworms, head-nodding rhythms, gut-punch oomph, and palette-cleansing space travel you'd expect from a band that said goodbye with the jewel “https://youtu.be/ylmv_aG_VhM (The Simple Truth).” Ahead of Shiner's show at Nashville's DIY arts collective, Drkmttr, PG hopped onstage to dissect the current setups of Epley and Malinowski. Epley details how a lunch-break pawnshop visit landed a remarkable Hohner T for under $100. Malinowski reveals the unique tuning (and demonstrates the monkey-grip it requires to play) that allows his setup to charge like a rhino. And both walk us through their practical-but-powerful pedalboards. (Unfortunately, renowned gearhead, resident of Pudgemont County, and a regular at the Chug Suckle, Josh Newton, was not on this run as he was tech'ing for Kings of Leon. Spotlights' Mario Quintero played the role of Newton for this batch of shows, and we featured his setup—along with wife/Spotlights bassist Sarah Quintero's rig—back in 2021.) [Brought to you by D'Addario Nexxus 360 Rechargeable Tuner: http://ddar.io/Nexxus.RigRundown (http://ddar.io/Nexxus.RigRundown)]
This week after some very important news followup, we talk about Music Criticism, asking why we care about it, and the value that critics offer to listeners and artists. Show Notes Pete Davidson's Kim Kardashian Tattoos Are A Major Red Flag Dolly Parton Says Joining Rock Hall Would Be Like ‘Putting AC/DC in the Country Music Hall of Fame' Dolly Parton declines Rock Hall of Fame nomination Steve Albini offers to produce Dolly Parton's rock record Kanye West suspended from Instagram for 24 hours after Trevor Noah attack What We're Listening To Midlake - For The Sake of Bethel Woods May Erlewine - Easy Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank Twenty One Pilots Charli XCX - Crash Follow @dftapodcast on Instagram Follow @dftapodcast on Spotify Email Us
Producer/Engineer Andrew Schneider talks about his run with the Blue Man Group, revisits some of his past records; Cave In's Perfect Pitch Black, Unsane's Visqueen, and his own records with Pigs, working out of Steve Albini's Electrical Audio Studios & some of Albini's past records, the pursuit of great sounding drums and his early years of recording/evolution in gear, the flood that wiped him of his gear, the varying roles of producers, Swans as a sonic influence, & much more!https://acreaudio.com https://www.facebook.com/acre.audio https://www.instagram.com/acre.audio/ http://andrewschneideraudio.com
In this week's episode, we begin studying "Are You Out There," one of the featured tracks on the forthcoming Night of the Demon compilation album. The band describes how and why this song came to be the third single in their 2020 7" vinyl release series. You will hear the original press release for the single, and learn Night Demon's trepidation about "Are You Out There" as a laidback departure from their signature sound. Then the boys go into great detail about the origins and evolutions of the song, beginning with a 2015 demo recorded on a cellphone in Geneva, Switzerland in 2015, and morphing over the course of three subsequent demos reaching early 2019. The guys explain what changed and why over the course of these demos, and you'll hear the evolution through those incremental recordings. We leave off with Night Demon heading to Chicago to record the song under the tutelage of legendary producer Steve Albini. Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:5 different early demos (streaming audio) Night Demon "Are You Out There" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkNIXXB9tpUThin Lizzy "Rosalie" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSo9CC2wKVIPat Benatar "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JRgHol94Xc Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts!
On this week's Talkhouse Podcast we've got a funny pairing that proves that good things do occasionally result from the existence of social media: Steve Albini and Max Collins. You almost certainly know Steve Albini's name and probably some of his work, too, but I'll share this brief summary anyway: As a musician, he has played in some incredibly influential bands, most notably Big Black and Shellac. As a producer/engineer/studio owner, he has helped make records by thousands of small independent bands and several huge mainstream ones, most notably Nirvana, with whom he recorded In Utero. (Other notable credits include PJ Harvey, Pixies, and the list goes on.) Albini is also a poker enthusiast who holds a World Series bracelet, though that part of his life doesn't come up here. Throughout his career, Albini has been an outspoken champion of independence from the major-label system, and even penned a widely shared essay way back in the day about the general shittiness of the mainstream music business. Which makes it kind of funny that he's speaking today with Max Collins, frontman for the band Eve 6, who were sort of a prime example of the major-label machinery in the ‘90s—though through no fault of their own. Signed to a huge deal just out of high school, the band had a pretty massive hit with a song called “Inside Out,” whose chorus features the phrase “heart in a blender.” Eve 6 largely disappeared after the turn of the century, but Collins found a hilarious new way to connect with fans during the pandemic: Twitter. His no-holds-barred tweets are funny and self-effacing, and they gained him an instant following. He refers to himself frequently—even once during this podcast—as the “heart in a blender guy,” and he openly shares his stories about other alt stars of the ‘90s, his opinions on current and older bands, and even some of his personal life. Albini, no stranger to no filter himself, became a fan after the two started playfully sparring about the relative merits of Counting Crows. A Twitter beef was born. If you don't like that phrase, this is not the episode for you. Eve 6 has since started recording and releasing new music, and the two talk a bit about that in this episode. They also get into Eve 6's financial history, the evils of major-label deals in the ‘90s, and for brief moment of non-playfulness, the idea of art as the antidote for the hellscape we all live in. Then there's talk of starting a new beef, this time with Dave Grohl. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Steve Albini and Max Collins for chatting. If you liked what you heard, follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platform, and please rate us—it actually does help. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time!
On this episode of Crushed Monocle Podcast, Jon and Coop talk with legendary producer/engineer, Steve Albini. The post Crushed Monocle Podcast: Episode 9 – An Evening With Steve Albini appeared first on Bearded Gentlemen Music.
Steve Albini, musician and production engineer joins Messrs Hanley this week as the guys discuss The Fall and their impact stateside. Amongst other topics, public transport, band friendships and the concept of Get Back-ing make an appearance. If you're feeling so inclined, please give us a rating on Spotify or a review on iTunes, follow us on Twitter or just tell your friends about us. Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Inventing bass organ techniques, dressing like Steve Albini, mentorship, the impact of trauma therapy on music and beyond are all part of Hilary's conversation with Donna Diane from the band Djunah. Plus, representation days vs. months vs. years. *content warning for general discussion of trauma, suicidal ideation, and eating disorders Huge thanks to this episode's sponsors! http://earthquakerdevices.com (EarthQuaker Devices)- extra special effects pedals made by hand in Akron, OH! http://stompboxsonic.com (Stompbox Sonic)- personalized pedal curation and sales in Somerville, MA! http://holcombguitars.com (Holcomb Guitars)- custom guitars and mobile guitar repair in RI/MA! DONNA's BIO Multi-instrumentalist Donna Diane pulls triple duty in Chicago noise duo Djunah—simultaneously playing guitar, singing, and pulverizing a Moog bass organ with her feet. Drawing a broad range of comparisons from PJ Harvey to Melvins, Djunah pairs her powerful, unrestrained vocal style with crashing guitar riffs and heavy, punishing drums. She's been featured on Premier Guitar's Rig Rundown and her own mini-YouTube series called "Can I Touch Your Gear?” DONNA's MENTIONS Moog Synthesizers / God City Instruments / Emperor Cabinets / Sunn Amplifiers / Imelda Marcos (band) / Kurt Ballou DONNA's LINKS https://djunah.bandcamp.com (Bandcamp) https://www.instagram.com/djunahband/ (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUNUvileB4VCUYZm9p4m1ZQ (YouTube) *SUPPORT https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline) https://www.nami.org/About-Mental-Illness/Mental-Health-Conditions/Posttraumatic-Stress-Disorder (National Alliance on Mental Illness) https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helpline (National Eating Disorder Association) MID-RIFF LINKS http://hilarybjones.com/midriffpodcast (Website) http://instagram.com/midriffpodcast (Instagram) http://facebook.com/midriffpodcast (Facebook) https://hilarybjones.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=43bb95b305fb0c7d53fbc8d3a&id=146b44f072 (Newsletter) https://www.hilarybjones.com/blog (Blog) Thanks for rating/reviewing on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mid-riff/id1494997227 (Apple Podcasts)! Support Mid-Riff by shopping on https://reverb.grsm.io/midriff (Reverb)! Bumper Music: “Animal Kingdom” by https://djunah.bandcamp.com/album/ex-voto (Djunah) Theme Music: "Hedonism" by https://towanda.bandcamp.com/ (Towanda) Artwork by https://www.juliagualtieri.com/ (Julia Gualtieri)
After a little hiatus, we're back! With, The Breeders! Now this is a band Bryan does actually know...but only really one album and NOT THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE!!!!!!!...according to Melissa...Join us as we cover their first album, Pod and their first EP, Safari. There are indeed some stone cold classics in there...even if Bryan does not remember to say so. This week just please go an listen to the entirety of Pod and Safari linked below. Also, please check out the other links to all the awesome things we talked about in this episode...xoxo Pod - Spotify / YouTube Music Safari - Spotify / YouTube Music The Breeders Bio by Neil Gaiman Judy Berman's Pitchfork review of Pod Steve Albini - Electric Audio Studio You're Wrong About Podcast
Mostly Harmless is back and this week join us for late night beers and conversation with our dear old friend and professional punk rock troubadour, Mikey "Erg" Yannich! Mikey is most famously known as the Drummer/Front-man for New Jersey's own Power-Pop Punk Rock Group extraordinaire, THE ERGS! Not to mention Mikey plays in way too many bands to list, and we tried! Some of those groups include: WORRIERS, Jon Snodgrass, All Away Lou and oh so many more! In this late night call, we sit back and sip IPA's and chat the night away. We cover a lot of ground. We talk about SPARKS, Growing as a songwriter, Worki