Each Wednesday on The Trap Set, Joe Wong talks to a different drummer about life.
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Rank #1: Episode 135 - Dave Elitch.
Dave tells some great Steve Jordan stories and more. Third time's the charm for Mr Elitch. Recorded in the Mobile Recording Unit, a while a go, Los Angeles, 2018
Rank #2: Episode 65 - Tim Lefebvre.
This marks Tim Lefebvre's second appearance on the show, and we discuss the bassists' career more in depth this time. We talk about his time in New York, subbing on SNL and Letterman, Working with Wayne Krantz, Keith Carlock, Zach Danziger, Mark Guiliana, His move to Los Angeles, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and a whole lot more, including Tim's tips for drummers, Working with Vinnie, the differences between New York and LA, and a whole lot more. Great stuff here. Great player, Great Hang. Recorded in Hollywood, CA, February 2014
Mike Watt (solo artist, Minutemen, fIREHOSE, Iggy Pop and The Stooges) playing some tunes and doing some spiel. Assisted by brother matt and coming to you from the wild kingdom at the pleasure point, in San Pedro California! TWFPS www.twfps.com
Rank #1: 2019-09-15 The Watt from Pedro Show.
hour one:"I'll wait and pray" (alternate take) john coltrane"swangin'" (demo) solid bronze"the invisible man" (demo) solid bronze"midnight survival odyssey" (live) many birthdays"war and peace double machine" can can heads"fluestermelodie" (rough mix) kinbom brandenburg"perpetual slaughter" only now"product killer" tijuana knife fight"mojata marija" bernays propaganda"the orange man" mb jones"chickenshit" alexander de large philharmonic orchestra"bronze magic" solid bronzehour two:"the invisible man" solid bronze featuring clew"light your own way" (dj ffftp remix) r-04 & dj ffftp"I said who ou" (band rehearsal) electric brotherland"opening creepers" andre vida"I've got time for you" dan jones and the squids"quantum path" the messthetics"papa's bug" solid bronze"swangin'" solid bronze"nice about you" guided by voices"VII" mike baggetta"lona was home" carnage asada"hurt people" mayya & the revolutionary hell yeah!"the invisible man" (lee 'scratch' perry dub mix) solid bronzehour three:"paradise lounge" solid bronze"a better way" crane"lago flora" another umbrella"character study" darto"satan over sussex" the international debt"hard to keep the faith" solid bronze"like that ol' saying goes" solid bronze"not to be human" the heelerz"tomorrow's eyes" midwestern medicine"tripwire" vnlvx"hoquiam" damien jurado"mumbo jumbo" solid bronze
Rank #2: 2013-04-09 The Watt from Pedro Show.
hour one:"evidence" (live) john coltrane with thelonious monk"iki" sawako"life is nothing (without you)" the exxtras"the whole of the law" kim salmon & spencer p. jones"whiskey chaser" voodoocain"maybe it's because you're an asshole" alix lambert + travis dickerson"emperor's new break" the eternals"milo" hirotaka "shimmy" shimizu"carlotta's gallop" petra haden"the meek shall inherit the mess" noh mercy"dream captain" deerhunter"transparent god" gfr"she poisoned those boys" simon birdhour two:"serpent bites the young lion" predrag delibasich"personal belongings" papier tigre"laughing like hyenas" undercover slut"I lost my baby to the guy at the bobcat bite" gregg turner"when waiting calls" the exxtras"my house" black bananas"whiskey skeleton wash" (inspired by dorosoto's "emerald building") tobacco"cherry blue boo" freescha"landscapes in the mist" dirty beaches"psycho" beasts of bourbon"begat spankus" the extract"xeno pariah" guided by voices"conjure man" kid congo powers + the pink monkey birds"alleycat" benny the jet rodriguezhour three:"jesus stop shaking the stars" the exxtras"concrete mathematics" an emergency"look, the sun is rising" flaming lips"the sun is my god" (live) queens of the stone age"silent divinity" valis"life eternal" (demo) torture town"machoires" massicot"goddess curlers" mystical weapons"deep inside" miss melvis"if you don't" spielgusher"lonely chair" now"eastasi" frute
Thoughtful, funny, heartfelt interviews and in-depth documentaries about musicians, authors, comedians, and other cultural creators.
Rank #1: Ep. #206: Faith No More’s Billy Gould.
Billy Gould is a musician, songwriter, and producer who originally hails from the state of California. Throughout his life, Gould has played in bands like Brujeria, Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine, Fear and the Nervous System, and more, and he also started his own label, Koolarrow Records. But Gould’s most impactful work […]
Rank #2: Ep. #163: Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington.
Tim Heidecker is the host of the highly esteemed film criticism web series, On Cinema at the Cinema, and also the star of the action show Decker, both of which air on Adult Swim. After a dramatic exit at the end of season five and missing the first episode of season six recently, Heidecker has […]
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Rank #1: Episode 3: Steve Albini.
Yes, Steve Albini is known for being outspoken and opinionated and "controversial," but behind the mythical personality that's been created for him by the media, he's just a great engineer with a passion for making records. This interview was conducted at Albini's Electrical Audio in 2012. Enjoy!Disclaimer: This audio recording was not originally tracked with the intent of using for a podcast. It was recorded solely for transcription for our print interview (see issue #87). Please forgive any balance issues, background sounds, and lack of clarity.Sponsored by Audio-Technicahttp://www.audio-technica.com
Rank #2: Episode 4: Glyn Johns.
If you don't know his name, you know his work. The Rolling Stones, The Who, Small Faces, The Beatles, The Kinks, Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Bob Dylan, The Clash, Ryan Adams, Band of Horses, Patty Griffin and countless others. Without question, Glyn Johns is the sound of a large portion of rock radio and most of our record collections. In In 2015, Larry Crane visited Glyn at his beautiful home in the country south of London for this insightful and at times hilarious interview. Enjoy!Disclaimer: This audio recording was not originally tracked with the intent of using for a podcast. It was recorded solely for transcription for our print interview (see issue #109). Please forgive any balance issues, background sounds, and lack of clarity.Sponsored by Focalhttps://www.focal.com/en/pro-audio
Rank #1: 341 – [Daniel Glass Show]: Life on the Warped Tour, Pt. 2.
In this podcast, Daniel continues his deep dive into Royal Crown Revue’s two-year saga on the fabled Warped Tour. Highlights include the making of Royal Crown’s award winning video for “Barflies at the Beach,” and the experience of playing on Warped’s rare international forays to Europe, Australia and Japan. What’s covered in this session: The […] The post 341 – [Daniel Glass Show]: Life on the Warped Tour, Pt. 2 appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros. .
Rank #2: 318 – [Daniel Glass Show]: Keep Calm and Learn To Love Jazz.
In this session, Daniel presents the often mystifying subject of “jazz” in simple, clear terms. Here’s a way for you to access jazz that will make the experience engaging, inspiring and FUN. What’s covered in this session: Understanding how jazz is not so different from modern, contemporary pop styles of music. Learning the secrets to […] The post 318 – [Daniel Glass Show]: Keep Calm and Learn To Love Jazz appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros. .
Nate is a record collector, music lover and vinyl maniac. Join him on his journey to discuss, share and review all things related to vinyl records. We feature stories about and interviews with musicians, artists and people of knowledge in the area of vinyl records. Additionally we share information on desirable pressings of records, how to tell a $5 pressing from a $500 pressing and care and maintenance for your cratedigging hobby. Subscribe and share with your record-nerd friends. Cheers!
Rank #1: Ep100: Henry Rollins - Record Collector.
Henry Rollins has a brilliant and diverse career, including fronting Black Flag, Rollins Band, authoring books, hosting TV shows and touring the world, however today he joins us as a fellow record collector. Henry shares about his legendary vinyl record collection, his approach to title curation, his adventures around the world looking to fill those voids in his collection and more. It's a very special episode of The Vinyl Guide so pls enjoy and share! 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. Web | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
Rank #2: Ep089: The Steve Albini Interview.
With over 1000 recording credits to his name, including Nirvana, Pixies, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page, Mclusky, The Breeders, Helmet, etc, Steve Albini, recording engineer, producer, musician, songwriter, studio owner and record collector joins us to talk vinyl, finding punk rock, losing his hearing and much much more. 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. Web | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
Culture Creature is a podcast featuring revealing, in-depth interviews with musicians in all genres.
Rank #1: Ian MacKaye (Fugazi, Minor Threat).
Today’s episode of the Culture Creature podcast features a wide-ranging interview with punk icon Ian MacKaye. Listen to the full Ian MacKaye interview via the player above or in your podcast provider of choice. MacKaye’s eloquent metaphor for the 2016 presidential election will help you make sense of a tumultuous political year. Ian MacKaye is a founding […]The post Interview: Ian MacKaye on Trump, Social Media and Fugazi appeared first on Culture Creature.
Rank #2: Andrew W.K..
Today on the podcast, a wide-ranging conversation with the one and only Andrew W.K. Listen to the complete Andrew WK interview via the player above or in your favorite podcast provider. Andrew W.K. is a musician, motivational speaker, advice columnist, and party expert. He is currently finishing up a new album and preparing to embark […]The post Andrew W.K. On How To Be “A Living Monument to Partying” appeared first on Culture Creature.
Damian Abraham can be many things... the singer of a critically acclaimed band, a failed VJ, a host for Vice…a parent, but certainly he is a punk music obsessive.Each week, he sits down and chats with an interesting person from the far reaching worlds of entertainment to find out how their life was changed by the discovery of a novelty genre that supposedly died out in 1978... PUNK.
Rank #1: Episode 185 - Cedric Bixler-Zavala (At The Drive-In, The Mars Volta, Foss, Antemasque, Anywhere, De Facto etc.).
On anyone's list of all-time greatest front people in music, they would have to include this week's guest. CEDRIC BIXLER-ZAVALA HAS FINALLY COME ON THE SHOW!!! Join Damian as he gets to sit down with one of his favourite's to ever wield the microphone & talk about going from a gang affiliated drummer, to trashing the Jools Holland show! Also Touched On: One Of The Best To Ever Do It The Power Of Night Flight Watching Another State of Mind With Your Family The Dead Kennedys Frankenchrist Is The Key Record Uglord One Of The Wildest Bands Ever Ed Ivy From The Rhythm Pigs Starts Throwing Shows Omar & Sonny Meet Lux & Ivy Seeing Punk On TV & Putting Punk On TV The Misfits: A Lot To Love & Love Again The Jools Holland Show & What Went Wrong Reenactment Scene In Punk Distorted Silence: The First Band Joining Phantasma Gloria: The Bad Kid Band The Respect & The Hate That Comes From Being Feared Playing With Christ On A Crutch When Your Two Favourite Local Bands Have Beef Being A Cheerleader A One-Man-Pit In Your Parents House Bad Mothergoose & Sprawl & The Texas Funk Scene Everyone Wanted To Be Red Hot Chilli Peppers & Jane’s Addiction Joining the Three Blind Bats, The House Band For The North East Death Squad Gang The Spermbirds’ Influence On El Paso Scratch Acid, Butthole Surfers, Big Boys: Texas Punk Cherbs, Ed Hall & Trance Syndicate Records When Your New Band Beats Up Your Old Band The Acid Years The Dregtones: Trying To Do Something Really Uncool Meeting Foss & Beto Pretending To Be Rain Sanction Booking No Empathy The Grunge Hangover Touring With FEIST Trench Mouth Looks Like A CULT! “No One Was Interested At All.” Dreaming Of Ebullition Records Getting On Flipside Face To Face Was Pissed! Dodging Full Cans Of Coke Whipped At Your Head AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Rank #2: Episode 152 - Blake Schwarzenbach (Jawbreaker, Jets To Brazil, Forgetters, Thorns Of Life).
THE WORLD IS AN OYSTER & WE'VE GOT BLAKE SCHWARZENBACH ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK!!! Right on the heels of Jawbreaker's recent show announcements, Blake took sometime out of the practice schedule to sit down & talk everything from The Wipers to Ratt to Econochrist. This one is so much fun, so kickback, relax & get ready…I GOT IT!!! Also Touched On: Blake Is stoked To Meet Damon From Blur Playing With Radiohead, Oasis & NO DOUBT Middle School In Portland An AMAZING First Grip Of Singles: The Wipers, Sado Nation and Echo & The Bunnymen Getting The Forgetters Sound Loving Post-Punk Guitars Growing Up A Music Kid Dad’s New Wave Girlfriend Pat Benatar & Loverboy Van Halen The Kinks Loving Palm Muted Guitar The Beat & Power Pop Moving To LA Going To The Palladium To See The Adolescents Meeting The New Romantics Getting Into The Paisley Underground: Where The Cool Kids Go Dream Syndicate: The Days Of Wine & Roses Seeing the Go-Go’s Give The Drummer Some: Starting In Music On Forming Red Harvest: The Surf Goth Power Trio E Minor C Progression: The Best Magnolia Thunderpussy SST Records Covering Bad Religion Boinker Music: New Wave Crap Renouncing Punk & Getting Into Metal Loving Sludgey Stuff… & Ratt Being Too Angry For Santa Cruz Getting Kicked Out Of College For Arson Going to NYU Reaching Synthesis Learning About East Coast Hardcore Loving The DC Scene Too Much Male Bravado In The CB’s Scene Flower: The Pre-Cell Band Live Skull Embrace Jawbreaker: The Result Of A Happy Failure Dramarama: The Root Of So Much Sending A Tape To MRR The First Show With The Post Three O’Clock Band At Club 88 The Partitions Of LA Government Issue At The AntiClub To LA Meeting Econochrist & Having A Firework Battle Bitchmagnet: An Amazing Band With A Terrible Name Getting On Boner Records… They Were Pretty Dark & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Talkhouse is a media company and outlet for musicians, actors, filmmakers, and others in their respective fields. Artists write essays and criticism from firsthand perspectives, speak one-on-one with their peers via the Talkhouse Podcast and Talkhouse Live events, and offer readers and listeners unique insight into creative work of all genres and generations. In short— Talkhouse is writing and conversations about music and film, from the people who make them.
Rank #1: Carrie Brownstein with Questlove.
Sleater-Kinney singer-guitarist and Portlandia co-star Carrie Brownstein has published a critically acclaimed memoir, the candid, moving and eloquent Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl. And to kick off her book tour, she sat down and had a great conversation with another acclaimed musician-author, the Roots' Questlove, on October 27th, 2015 at St. Vitus, the beloved metal bar in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. The event was produced by the very cool WORD bookstore mini-chain, with stores in Greenpoint and Jersey City. WORD gave the Talkhouse permission to record and air the conversation — thanks, WORD! Carrie and Questlove might come from different backgrounds and make different kinds of music, but from reading each other's books, they realized have a whole lot of things in common, as you're about to hear.
Rank #2: Kim Deal with Courtney Barnett.
In this episode of The Talkhouse Music Podcast, two great rock songwriters, Courtney Barnett and Kim Deal — of iconic alt-rockers the Breeders — get together, have a few laughs and talk about hearing the sound of your own voice, obsessing in the studio, the relationship between drugs and creativity, touring and seeing the world, what it's like to be 27, and playing guitar upside down. Don't miss Kim's imitations of English people speaking French. And she just may have come up with the title of Courtney's next album.
Gear Club Podcast is hosted by engineer / producers John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr.) and Stewart Lerman (Patti Smith, St. Vincent). Each episode of the podcast features an interview with a key player in the audio industry, and also offers tips and guidance to the next generation of engineers and artists. The podcast is an informative, yet irreverent, look at the art of recording by leading practitioners of the art.
Rank #1: #21: A Deeper Understanding with Adam Granduciel.
This week John and Stewart are joined by The War on Drugs’ Adam Granduciel. Adam is the perfect gear club guest because he brings it all - he writes, sings, plays, engineers and produces his records. In this episode, the guys dig deep into Adam’s creative process with a special focus on the year leading up to the release of The War on Drugs critically acclaimed new album, A Deeper Understanding. You can check out the new album here.
Rank #2: #27: The Means of Production with Andrew Scheps.
This week, we continue our series recorded at the NY AES Show. Sit back and listen to John and Stewart learn a thing or two from three-time Grammy® award-winning producer/engineer, Andrew Scheps. From making house calls at Frank Zappa’s Utility Muffin Research Kitchen to life on the road as Stevie Wonder’s keyboard tech to mixing Michael Jackson’s live shows, Andrew has seen, heard and done it all. In a career that spans nearly 30 years, Andrew has made hit records for Adele, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ziggy Marley, Linkin Park, Weezer, Green Day, Iggy Pop, My Brightest Diamond, Metallica and many more. For photos and more information visit www.gear-club.net/episodes
Each week, join your hosts Steven Smith (disarmingly charming television host from Fuse, Myspace and VH1), Jonah Bayer (freelance journalist and former Music Editor of Alternative Press), Benny Horowitz (drummer for The Gaslight Anthem), and producer Brad Worrell as they talk with your favorite musicians, celebs and industry insiders seeing where the conversation takes them.
Rank #1: #250 - Harley Flanagan.
Flanagan discusses his memoir "Hard-Core: Life Of My Own," growing up on the Lower East Side and why he's always written from his own experiences.
Rank #2: #265 - Geoff Rickly.
An old pal of Offtrack discusses Thursday’s reunion, the saga of Martin Shkreli and being compassionate even during tumultuous times.
The show that explores the topics that drummers love the most.
Rank #1: MD Podcast Episode 215: Jeff Porcaro, Choosing a Ride Cymbal, Alesis Strike MultiPad, and More.
Mike and Mike discuss what they personally look for in a ride cymbal, and they share input from a special guest. The featured artist this week is legendary pop/rock drummer Jeff Porcaro. Up for review is the Alesis Strike Multipad. After fielding a few listener questions, the show concludes with picks of the week. The post MD Podcast Episode 215: Jeff Porcaro, Choosing a Ride Cymbal, Alesis Strike MultiPad, and More appeared first on Modern Drummer Magazine.
Rank #2: Episode 120: Taylor Hawkins, Linear Drumming Basics, Dream Energy Series Crashes, and More.
In this episode, Mike and Mike discuss January cover artist Taylor Hawkins of rock megastars Foo Fighters. The post Episode 120: Taylor Hawkins, Linear Drumming Basics, Dream Energy Series Crashes, and More appeared first on Modern Drummer Magazine.
A weekly podcast & radio show about the music industry hosted by Music Business Association president, Portia Sabin. Listen to new episodes here, or wherever you get your podcasts!
Rank #1: Net Neutrality.
Episode #92: The internet is a vital tool for artists, but without the protections that ensure a level playing field, creators’ ability to earn a living comes under threat. Now, the FCC plans to do away with these protections. On today’s episode, we dive into the murky waters of net neutrality, copyright, and tech giants. We hear from Thirsty Ear Recordings Peter Gordon about why musicians should care about net neutrality. This point is echoed by Evan Greer of Fight for the Future, who goes on to explain the organization’s controversial stance on copyright. Finally, Deerhoof’s Greg Saunier shares his opinion on tech giants like Google and why musicians are so mad at YouTube.
Rank #2: Warp / Break World / Don Giovanni / Father/Daughter / Redeye (LIVE at the Redeye Label Hang).
Episode #62: We took The Future of What to North Carolina for this year’s Redeye Label Hang. Every year, labels, industry partners and customers associated with Redeye Distribution gather for panels and discussions about the business. On this live show, we’re joined by record labels Warp, Break World, Father/Daughter and Don Giovanni to talk innovative marketing strategies, social media, and more. Special thanks to WHUP FM and Redeye Worldwide.Subscribe to The Future of What on iTunes: http://apple.co/1P4Apk0Follow us:Twitter: http://bit.ly/2gOYMYMFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefutureofwhat/Instagram: http://bit.ly/1L6T8fl
This documentary podcast explores Hüsker Dü’s formative years and legacy through rare exclusive interviews with the band, as well as those who were around in the beginning and notable artists who’ve drawn inspiration from the band. We’ll also dive into recordings from Numero Group’s new remastered box set of the band’s early releases, demos and live recordings. From The Current®.
Rank #1: Episode 5: Everything Falls Apart.
Husker Du signs to Warner Bros., breaks up, and lives on in a new box set from the Numero Group in this jam-packed fifth episode. Featuring candid, funny, and insightful interviews with members Bob Mould, Greg Norton, and the late Grant Hart, Do You Remember's finale goes deep on the classics Candy Apple Grey and Warehouse: Songs and Stories, the band's split, and the new early-years compendium 'Savage Young Du.'
Rank #2: Episode 4: Celebrated Summer.
The tension between Husker Du members Bob Mould, Grant Hart, and Greg Norton is beginning to show in the fourth of five episodes dedicated to the band's history -- but the music is too great to deny. This episode covers the SST years, in which the Huskers released a string of masterpieces, including the 1984 double album Zen Arcade.
Join Tom Mullen for a look back at when emo was an unknown word, its relevance now and speaks to those deeply involved with the emo/punk/hardcore/post-hardcore scene.
Rank #1: #34 - Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional).
When you have a musical career as long as Chris Carrabba, there's bound to be some reflection. I sat down with Chris face to face in New York City to discuss his musical life. This was largely unedited with many pauses and air left between question and answer. We dive into his upbringing, the Florida scene and Fiddler Records, the mid 2000s emo boom and what he wants most from his music. An absolutely beautiful soul that’s worthy of his own revival. Support the show
Rank #2: #123 - Buddy Nielsen (Senses Fail).
We talk about Senses Fail's new album "If There Is Light, It Will Find You" and how the band got their start, the crazy time in the mid-00s when everyone was getting signed. Buddy speaks candidly about what bands were thinking as the emo boom took hold in NJ and in other parts of the country and world. A fun chat and one where he didn’t hold back. I loved hearing his take on emo and the shape it took when Senses Fail were gaining popularity. Thanks for listening!Support the show