Tyler Huckabee (Relevant Magazine! @TylerHuckabee!) joins Kevin and Caroline to talk about the music of queer Christian singer-songwriter Julien Baker!PATREON!Subscribe to our Patreon to get a weekly 2nd Service episode and become a "Patreon saint" ;)GCF - Second Service Patreon!CHARITY:This month we're matching iTunes reviews with donations to NDLON! They need our support right now so please give! Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and we’ll match it with $1. 3000 reviews = $3000 donated!Advertise on Good Christian Fun via Gumball.fmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
JULIEN BAKER IS BACK! That's right, Julien returns to the show & we'll be damned if it’s not one of the best episodes ever! Listen in as the two discuss: Nirvana by algorithm, Punk/ Religious guilt, smashing guitars, the loneliness of playing solo & so much more!!! NOT TO BE MISSED!!! Also, don't miss Julien Baker's AWESOME "Little Oblivions" out NOW Matador! Also Touched On: The concession to pop culture The audacity of a phone call The writer/performer distinction Playing with a band again for the first time The co-operative nature of performance How thrilling will it be to be at a show again?!? The intensity of the spotlight Hayley from Paramore Chumbawamba career moves Zach Against The Machine “I’m sus of everything”: being weary of promotion The freedom success allows Mitigating the punk rock guilt What would have happens if the meeting with Sean 6131 did't happen? Punk as religion: redux Computers as DJs Pheobe and Lucy as inspiration Religion, punk and dogmas Questioning straight edge and finding Sobriety & SO MUCH OTHER GOODNESS!!!BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
The Nashville-based singer/songwriter opens up about her revelatory new record ‘Little Oblivions,’ which finds her grappling with her views on her Christian faith, sobriety, and role as a public figure. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
When Julien Baker and Hanif first met, they felt pulled by the orbit of each other’s work—work that is emotionally layered and complex. This week on the show, Hanif and Julien catch up. Of course, they talk about Julien’s recent album release, Little Oblivions —which Hanif wrote the liner notes for— but they also get into ideas of self-redemption, digesting emotions through music, and missing the miraculous feeling of live music. Plus, Hanif and Julien collaborate on a playlist of their personal praise songs; the music they would play in their own respective churches. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode visit http://bit.ly/oos-julien/ Show Notes / Julien Baker’s new album is Little Oblivions. The songs that Julien Baker would play at her church are “The River” by Manchester Orchestra, “The Joke” by Brandi Carlile, and “Love Theory” by Kirk Franklin./ Music In This Week's Playlist / Bloodshot , Julien BakerThe Joke, Brandi CarlileWhen I Was Young, Tina TurnerBlown a Wish, My Bloody ValentineHow I Got Over, Aretha FranklinLived In Bars, Cat Power The River, Manchester Orchestra The Ocean Grew Hands to Hold Me, The Wonder Years/ Credits / Object of Sound is a Sonos show produced by work x work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, and Babette Thomas. The show is additionally produced by Hanif Abdurraqib. Our engineers are Sam Bair and Josh Hahn of The Relic Room.
Jeremy talks to Singer/Songwriter Julien Baker. During this podcast the two discuss running in Los Angeles with the bad air quality, the release of Little Oblivions, not being able to tour right away, Green Day, bringing an acoustic to the mall, hiding music from your parents, learning piano, her first guitar, teaching herself the solo from a My Chemical Romance song, her first bands, first experiences recording, her first experiences with a record label, the genesis of Sprained Ankle, going to a big studio for Turn Out the Lights, playing with a full band and her comforts doing that with Boygenius, listener questions, and so much more! Discuss this episode with Jeremy and other listeners: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefirsteverpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeremyXBolm
New Mix: Julien Baker, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, BONZIE And More
All Songs Considered
On this week's show, All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares a mix of old favorites and new discoveries, including Julien Baker, the return of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, BONZIE and more.1. Julien Baker: "Favor," from Little Oblivions2. BONZIE: "Caves," from Reincarnation3. The Sea The Sea "Stumbling Home" from Stumbling Home4. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: "CYHSY 2005," from New Fragility5. Eve Adams: "Blues Look The Same," from Metal Bird6. Suss: "Drift," from Promise
Aaron and Brent highlight the music of two talented singer-songwriters. Brent looks at the career of Alanis Morisette, putting the focus on her post "Jagged Little Pill" releases. Aaron spotlights Julien Baker, the Tennessee singer, songwriter and guitarist, known for her honest and intimate lyrics. Aaron and Brent discuss three songs from each artist, break down their reactions to each one and talk about key aspects from both musicians' careers.Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.
5 - Euforquestra, Grimes, The (Dixie) Chicks, My Morning Jacket, Refused, Blink 182, Eurovision, Two Minutes to Late Night, Julien Baker
Off Key: A Show About Music
Sean and Steve return to discuss homework, something new, something old and something different. They dive into the mailbag and the first winner of the $20 Easiest Raffle Ever is announced. Among other things, we talk about - Steve's reaction to Euforquestra's live album "Let Us In" and the reggae funk rhythm that powers it. We also discuss the annual Camp Euforia in Iowa.We revisit Grimes' Miss Anthropocene and Sean's thoughts after hearing it.The (formerly Dixie) Chicks new album Gaslighter and the cold-blooded savagery of what happens when you cross Natalie Maines.My Morning Jacket's new Waterfall II The legacy behind Refused and The Shape of Punk to ComeBlink 182's Dude Ranch and re-visiting some of the tracks that shaped us when we were young.The new Netflix movie Eurovision and the history behind the real life inspiration.Youtube Metal late show Two Minutes to Late Night and the hilarity that makes it upThe soul crushing beauty of Julien Baker and her album Sprained Ankle.