I caught up with singer/ songwriter Lydia Loveless while I was going up on a purloined Baja Blast and she was coming down from shrooms. We talk about the struggle to produce vs the struggle to be happy, Patreon vs foot porn, the specific love hangover after you end a relationship, guitar nerds vs musicians, the road vs true love… we talk about a lot. I’ve been a big fan of Lydia’s for a long time, please give this is a listen and then spin all of her records.
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello discuss personal theme songs; cultural critic and poet Hanif Abdurraqib describes how his playlist project 68to05 reflects the origins of his personal music fandom; author Eula Biss unpacks the intersection of homeownership and white privilege in her newest collection of essays Having and Being Had; and alt-country singer Lydia Loveless performs "Say My Name" from her latest album Daughter.
Twisted Rico Radio Volume 3 featuring The Darts, Lydia Loveless, Charly Bliss, Motion City Soundtrack, Big Boys, and more... #71
Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico
Twisted Rico Radio 3 Playlist The Charms "So Pretty" Intro music Ape Hangers "She Comes Again" The Darts "Breakup Makeup" Greg Allen's Fringe Religion "She's Stoned" Motion City Soundtrack "This IsFor Real" Charly Bliss "Heaven" Lydia Loveless "Boy Crazy" Nate Zucker "Marigold" Limbeck "Honk & Wave" Jim Weeks Band "Every Good Movie" Heidi Saperstein "The Devil I Once Knew" Dag Nasty "Ghosts" Juliana Hatfield "Just Lust" Big Boys "Fun Fun Fun" TSOL "Wash Away" Government Issue "Caring Line" Continental "Millionaire" Y'Allsberg "Slackjaw" Aviso Hara "Standing by" The Charms "Touch" Cracktorch "C'Mon" Zip Tie Handcuffs "City Sewers" Cortez "Vanishing Point" Engineered by Nick Z at New Alliance East Support the Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico podcast www.patreon.com/twistedrico --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Ep 136 - November 9, 2020 (Lydia Loveless, Ezra Feinberg, Dave Schoonderbeek, MG Clark, Big Flame)
3 Songs Podcast
Bob and Mike play a series of new releases from Lydia Loveless, MG Clark, Ezra Feinberg, and Dave Schoonderbeek, plus some older classics as well, and Mike discusses music that was very important to his late brother, Fred.
What a week!! Today on the show Damian is joined by the awesome Lydia Loveless! Listen in as they discuss going from being forced to play bass in the family band to self releasing her fantastic new album, "Daughter". As always, not to be missed!!! Also Touched On: Mommy loved the Clash Dad jamming New Wave records The Romantics are Punk Being forced to play bass Playing weird gigs joining Carson Drew The Columbus buzzed about punk scene of the mid-00s Opening fo the Carbonas Going solo Everyone ends up with a country side project Finally getting somewhere! seeing a noise artist for the first time: “When is he going to start the show?” Touring with the Supersuckers A family fest & So Much More!!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
With such a vast and downright impressive body of work to her credit, you might be shocked to learn Lydia Loveless just turned 30. Since 2010, the singer and songwriter has released a handful of critically acclaimed albums, toured relentlessly, shared the stage with some folk and country legends, and managed to fashion quite a career for herself. Before Loveless was a household name in the realm of alt-country with her solo work, she was playing bass guitar in a band with her family members. Recently, Loveless, who is celebrating her 30th birthday the day of this episode's release, spoke to My First Band host Tyler Maas about growing up on a farm in the small Ohio town of Coshocton, learning to play guitar and piano while being homeschooled, early shows with her family's band, and playing out on her own during her late teen years. Along the way, Loveless spoke about Daughter (the excellent new album she's releasing on her own label Sept. 25), the ups and downs from a musical career that's spanned more than half her life and how she's staying busy in North Carolina amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Oh, and before the interview's end, she graciously indulged Maas in a little 90 Day Fiancé- and Mest-related conversation as well. My First Band is sponsored by Mystery Room Mastering and Lakefront Brewery. The show is edited by Jared Blohm. You can listen to My First Band on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and wherever else you get podcasts. Music used in this show comes courtesy of Devils Teeth ("The Junction Street Eight Tigers") and Lydia Loveless ("Wringer").
922: July New Music - Fontaines D.C., Wolfhounds, Lydia Loveless, Daddy's Beemer, Madeline Kenney
Rockin' the Suburbs
Part 3 of our listener series on July new music. Picks are: Wolfhounds (BJ Bonin); Fontaines D.C. and Lydia Loveless (Liam McIndoe); and Daddy's Beemer, Madeline Kenney and Fontaines D.C. (Harris from South Carolina). Episode editor: Mary Edelberg Become a Rockin' the Suburbs patron - support the show and get bonus content - at Patreon.com/suburbspod Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at SuburbsPod.com. Please rate/review the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and share it with your friends. Visit our website at SuburbsPod.com Email Jim & Patrick at email@example.com Follow us on the Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @suburbspod If you're glad or sad or high, call the Suburban Party Line — 612-440-1984. Theme music by Quartjar. Visit quartjar42.com
With special guest Matt Kato (formerly of Game Informer), Matt Helgeson takes a look at two women-led albums: Girl Ray’s shimmery debut “Earl Grey” and Lydia Loveless’s “Real”. With songwriting sensibilities well beyond their years, both acts seem somewhat out of time – “Earl Grey” is a 2017 record that could’ve come out fifty years earlier, while Loveless’s full country twang is tragically suited to the real-life heartbreak she recounts on “Real” (which she recorded with her then-husband, 20 years her senior, while their marriage was falling apart. Ouch.). Kato sticks around for some dynamite community questions, like chiptune vs. orchestral game music, video game references in popular music, and covers that sold us on the original song.WARNING: This episode of MinnTrax contains 200% of your daily recommended Captain Beefheart. To jump to a particular discussion, check out the timestamps below… 6:05 - “Just Like That” 9:35 - “Cutting Shapes” 13:35 - “A Few Months” 26:15 - “Earl Grey (Stuck in a Groove)” 29:15 - “Earl Grey (Stuck in a Groove)” (cont’d) 35:30 - “Waiting Ages” 36:55 - “Stupid Things” 41:50 - “Preacher” 52:50 - “Frownland” (Captain Beefheart) 54:50 - “Longer” 58:15 - “Clumps” 1:02:35 - “Midwestern Guys” 1:08:07 - “European” 1:10:45 - “More Than Ever” 1:12:50 - “Same To You” 1:16:05 - “Out On Love” 1:24:50 - Community questions 1:47:40 - Community song (“Pedestrian at Best” by Courtney Barnett, suggested by MinnMax supporter Tim Lorow) Follow Matt Kato on Twitter at @MattKato Support MinnMax on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/minnmax/ MinnTrax Episode Playlist: https://spoti.fi/2vgqfvK MinnTrax Community Playlist: https://spoti.fi/3aRRgox (edited)
"BTR is celebrating our 15th year! And, the Alt-Country show has been around for 13 of those. Time to celebrate by playing music new and old.00:00 - DJ Emily (Stevens' Snowman by M. Ward)01:23 - First Man - H. Kink04:06 - Paws Off - H. Kink06:26 - DJ Emily07:04 - Love Is Not Enough - Lydia Loveless10:17 - The Right Moment (feat. Crow) - DeLila Black13:40 - Don't Give A Damn - Ruby Boots18:20 - Everything Was Fine - Secret Emchy Society21:08 - Blood Moon - Sofia Talvik24:31 - Colors of the Highway - Sam Rae28:13 - How You Get Hurt - Courtney Marie Andrews32:27 - DJ Emily33:47 - Stickin' Around - The Heathens38:23 - Shitkicker - The Ones To Blame41:56 - Everytime I Make A Girl Cry I Know I've Done My Job - Band Marino45:10 - DJ Emily46:33 - Born Alone - Wilco50:24 - Just Say Goodbye - Wilco53:10 - Finish"
Lydia Loveless ia a singer-songwriter from Ohio known for her “blast it to the back of the room” voice. She sat with Rhett while in Boston to talk about her early life as a musician, grappling with writer’s block and self-imposed obstacles, and that time she tried stand up comedy. She’s been writing and playing music since she was 14, and at the tender age of 28, is learning how to slow down and get comfortable with herself. Lydia has toured with artists such as the Old 97s, Supersuckers, Jason Isbell, Iron & Wine, and Drive-By-Truckers. Her music has been praised by Rolling Stone, NPR, Pitchfork, SPIN, Stereogum, Chicago Tribune, and more. She was the subject of the 2016 documentary Who Is Lydia Loveless?, directed by Gorman Bechard. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.