AFI "Decemberunderground" with Dylan Slocum (Spanish Love Songs)
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Dylan Slocum of the band Spanish Love Songs is defiant in his love of AFI’s seventh album, 2006’s Decemberunderground. Will he succeed in converting Heather and Ramsey to the fold? This week: The mid-2000s and its impact on graphic design! Ramsey hexes Heather and Dylan! And Dylan refuses to be told which albums he can’t like! All this and so much MORE! Don't want to end the fun? Check out our Spotify playlists for more music choices from Ramsey and Heather. Wanna get a shout-out on a future episode? Give us a rating on iTunes! It helps us, and it helps you feel good about yourself!
44. My Favorite Concerts w/ Dylan Slocum of Spanish Love Songs
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Lead Singer and Guitarist of Spanish Love Songs (Brave Faces Everyone, Schmaltz, Giant Sings the Blues) drops by the show to talk about his favorite (or, not so favorite) thing: Concerts! Dylan talks about some of his favorite venues, weird requests from fans at his own shows, and what he listens to in the van on tour! Spanish Love Songs Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/spanishlovesongs Spanish Love Songs Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpanishLuvSongs Spanish Love Songs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spanishlovesongs/ Dylan’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dylanslocum/ Dylan’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/dylanslocum My Favorite Podcast Linktree: https://linktr.ee/MyFavoritePodcast Noah’s Personal Linktree: linktr.ee/NoahMarger
Dylan Slocum ( Spanish Love Songs ) - Finite Amount Of Energy!
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On this episode of the podcast I have a chat with Dylan Slocum; lead singer & guitarist for Spanish Love Songs. I've loved every single one of Spanish Love Songs records, last years release 'Brave Faces Everyone' has become an integral part of my lockdown soundtrack. I was excited to chat to Dylan about the band and their wonderful Patreon content, but also to dig a little into his background as an assistant to a Hollywood screenwriter/director. He didn't disappoint. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/miztrujillo)The conversation is a realistic view on what bands are dealing with both at the moment and on an ongoing basis, the marketing, uncertainty, financial struggles, sustainbility ... that being said, it's also an encouraging chat that shows how important it is to be adaptable. I found Dylan's view on things incredibly relatable, especially when it comes to social media and the amount of energy I have available to dedicate to it. I really hope you enjoy the chat, because I love having Dylan on the show. Can not wait for gigs to be back so I can sing along live again. Check out Spanish Love Songs Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/spanishlovesongsTheir website: http://spanishlovesongs.comFollow Spanish Love Songs on-Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spanishlovesongs/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpanishLuvSongsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpanishLoveSongsYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeLghdWkT_QEAMZ5XZiT71QIf you can spare a minute, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or recommend us on any network. Looking to set up your own Podcast? Feel free to get in touch with any questions, but I'd recommend using Buzzsprout as it makes everything super smooth and easy, they have great advice, super easy user interface and have been keeping my podcast going easily!! You can use this link and get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, plus it helps support our show: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=201557Catch you next week!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/miztrujillo)
If you haven't heard of Spanish Love Songs, you my friend...are in for a treat. Their latest LP "Brave Faces Everyone" was one of my favorites of last year and I wanted to bring Dylan (the lead vocalist/guitarist) on the show to discuss their rise in popularity in Europe, comparing the movie/music industry and being a contrarian by nature. Listen and enjoy! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Back in December I sat down with Dylan Slocum of Spanish Love Songs for a fun conversation. I finally got around to publishing the episode. As many know already, Dylan and Spanish Love Songs released "Brave Faces Everyone" towards the beginning of last year. We are now approaching the one year anniversary of the album. Dylan has certainly talked about it a bunch of times on various podcasts and media publications. We definitely talk about the story behind the album, especially my curiosity about the connection between Losers and Loser 2, but I also wanted to bring fresh topics to the table. We began the episode joking about how many podcasts Dylan has already joined. We soon got semi-serious when we talked about Dylan not looking at criticism whenever it happens (it's not often) and a funny story about how his mother jokingly sends him criticism at times. Dylan and the rest of the band has a classic saying that goes "All music is great and all music sucks." It makes sense when you think about it. Music is a personal experience. One person might agree with it and the next might want to skip to the next song. We continue with Dylan talking about how he was a television buff growing up and how that resulted to him going to film school and working in Film after graduating. Dylan realized that the film industry wasn't for him, so he made his escape by starting up a band. He never saw it growing into something that he might be able to make a career out of but it continues to progress in the right direction. We also dive into the Patreon. Spanish Love Songs has been interacting with the fans of their music through their Patreon that they made in May. They do two cover songs a month, a podcast, and are constantly messaging with people. It's really cool stuff. We also chatted about how busy Spanish Love Songs were before the pandemic. They started the year on tour with the Menzingers and were in the middle of a tour with The Wonder Years when Covid-19 hit America. Now, Dylan works a 9-5 from the comfort of his own home, which is completely different experience. Lastly, we got into who listens to their music, Schmaltz being the turning point for the band, his baseball career, the band's parents being involved, and so much more! Check out Spanish Love Songs below: Website: http://www.spanishlovesongs.com Bandcamp: https://spanishlovesongs.bandcamp.com Instagram & Twitter: @spanishlovesongs/@SpanishLuvSongs
Dylan Slocum, frontperson of Spanish Love Songs, tells me about playing first division baseball after getting a scholarship to university, life as an assistant to a Hollywood screenwriter/director, and how the band organise themselves.Spanish Love Songs' Brave Faces Everyone is out now on Pure NoiseGet your beers delivered! 101 Part Time Jobs is supported by Signature Brew: listeners can get 10% off all their beers by visiting signaturebrew.co.uk and using the code '101PODCAST'Photo Credit: John Oakes.Songs: Spanish Love Songs 'Kick', Cock Sparrer 'Working' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Got a very special interview this week! Join me and Dylan Slocum of Spanish Love Songs as we discuss their new album Brave Faces Everyone, touring, covid, writing songs, nostalgia, and potentially covering Meat Loaf. You won't wanna miss this one, tune in and turn up!
Danny grabs a chat with Dylan Slocum, guitarist and lead singer of fast-rising US punks Spanish Love Songs, during their recent jaunt around Europe opening for The Menzingers. They talk Spanish Love Songs' awesome new album 'Brave Faces Everyone', Dylan's time at film school, his role in co-directing the band's music videos, and attracting the haters...'Brave Faces Everyone' is out now via Pure Noise Records, featuring the singles 'Losers 2' and 'Beachfront Property': http://www.spanishlovesongs.com/--SUBSCRIBE TO BITCHIN' BREW – Available on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify and Acast: smarturl.it/bitchinbrewJoin the BITCHIN' CREW, the official Facebook community for friends, fans and listeners of Bitchin' Brew: www.facebook.com/groups/2374640246196440Facebook: facebook.com/bxtchxnbrewTwitter: twitter.com/bitchinbrewcastInstagram: instagram.com/bitchinbrewcastEmail: email@example.comTheme tune: 'Woes' by Scarecrow Boat (RIP)
Episode 3: Dylan Slocum of Spanish Love Songs on dealing with depression
Host Jason Schreurs talks to Dylan Slocum of Los Angeles-based emo punk band Spanish Love Songs. Dylan is very open about living with depression and his battles along the way.https://spanishlovesongs.bandcamp.comFeatured songs:Spanish Love Songs - "The Boy Considers His Haircut" from Schmaltz (A-F Records, 2018)Spanish Love Songs - "Kick" from Brave Faces Everyone (Pure Noise Records, 2020)About this podcast:Scream Therapy is a podcast that explores the link between loud music and mental health. My guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like myself.Intro/background music: Submission Hold - "Cranium Ache"Render Useless - "The Second Flight of Icarus"Artwork: Luke Ramsey - https://lukeramseystudio.com
Jake hung out out with Dylan Slocum of Spanish Love Songs in The Knott in Manchester before their gig with Hot Water Music and Red City Radio in Manchester. Spotify Playlist Link - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7HpsLsDTqaPJcZDlXetlA9?si=OCZxgdPhQ7ez07IjGwwXuQ Bruce Springsteen - Darkness on the Edge of TownThe Mountain Goats - TallahasseeCounting Crows - August and Everything AfterBright Eyes - I’m Wide Awake, It’s MorningDeath Cab for Cutie - Transatlanticism/The Postal Service - Give UpThe Wind Up Bird Chronicle - Haruki Murakamihttps://www.waterstones.com/book/the-wind-up-bird-chronicle/haruki-murakami/jay-rubin/9780099448792Luxury Item - Pianohttps://www.facebook.com/SpanishLoveSongs/