The Sound and the Story is a podcast about music. I, David Kallison, dive deep to uncover the story behind and inside your favorite records. I take artists at their words.Are you ready to listen?
The Sound and the Story is a podcast about music. I, David Kallison, dive deep to uncover the story behind and inside your favorite records. I take artists at their words.Are you ready to listen?
A podcast hosted by Jason Tate of Chorus.fm about music, the music industry, news, pop-culture, and other semi-related topics. Some weeks we have industry special guests, some feature interviews with artists, some are a breakdown of a specific album, and others are kinda random. If you like alternative, punk, and/or pop-punk music ... you'll probably like this podcast.(Formerly the AbsolutePunk Podcast.)
Rank #1: 32: I Miss Brokencyde.
Emo is back and everyone has an opinion on it. This week AP.net staffer Thomas Nassiff joins Drew and Jason to talk about emo coming back, the internet/fan backlash, and the current state and future of music.
Rank #2: 75: A Condescending Tone.
This week's episode begins with a talk about Blink-182 exhaustion and yet our need to talk about Tom DeLonge's new song. I am not a fan. Thomas likes it. We discuss if we're grading Tom on a curve, the overall impact of not having Jerry Finn as a guiding force in the Blink world, and the plausibility of the whole Blink-183 rumors. From there we talk about how underrated Dashboard Confessional seems to be and the band's return, a bunch of albums got announced this week and we touch on a few, and then we finish up the episode answering a question about being self-employed and needing to be self-motivated. Thomas and I share stories about striking the balance between work and social life and how we both try and stay responsible and juggle a bunch of different projects at once. Show Notes: absolutepunk.net/podcast/75 Subscribe on iTunes: apdot.net/podtunes Show Archive: apdot.net/podlink If you like our show, please rate it in iTunes, it really does help! Thank you so much for listening. Hosts: Jason Tate Thomas Nassiff
The stories behind your favorite songs
Rank #1: Episode 035: Frank Iero.
Frank Iero is best known for his time spent in My Chemical Romance, but the guitarist shouldn’t just be defined by that decade-plus period. He’s also fronted hardcore band Leathermouth, joined up with My Chem and Get Up Kids keyboardist (and Reggie and the Full Effect bandleader) James Dewees in Death Spells, and, most recently, released an album of solo material under the name FrnkIero AndTh Cellabration. On this episode, Frank stops by to chat about his fantastic new solo album, Stomachaches, how his identity as one of My Chemical Romance’s two guitarists has (or hasn’t) shaped the music he’s written since, how fatherhood has affected his workflow, and much more! ———- Frank Iero’s Website | Twitter | Facebook Stomachaches on iTunes Voice & Verse Podcast on iTunes | Stitcher | Twitter | Facebook
Rank #2: Episode 023: Andrew McMahon.
This week, I sit down with Emmy-nominated songwriter Andrew McMahon to chat about his new project, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. In high school, McMahon and friends formed Something Corporate, a piano-pop group that would go on to be at the forefront of the early 2000s pop-punk/emo scenes and release two albums for major label MCA Records: 2002’s Leaving Through the Window and 2003’s North. After SoCo dissolved, McMahon formed Jack’s Mannequin, releasing the instant classic Everything In Transit in 2005 along with two other albums. These days, he’s a solo artist, mixing his love for classic songwriters like Billy Joel, Tom Petty and Bruce Hornsby with electronic elements to create a sound that’s retro and modern at the same time. His debut solo full-length, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, was released this past October through Vanguard Records. I caught up with Andrew at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC to chat about writing songs for TV, transitioning to this new phase in his career, how he plans to celebrate Everything In Transit‘s upcoming 10-year anniversary and much more. —– Links: Andrew McMahon’s Website | Twitter Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness on iTunes Voice & Verse Podcast on iTunes | Stitcher | Facebook
"Your Favorite Band" is a bi-weekly podcast consisting of long-form interviews with your favorite bands about how your favorite band became your favorite band. Think of this as a biography podcast that you actually care about.
Rank #1: 3: Five Iron Frenzy.
Share on Facebook twitter Google+This episode of the Your Favorite Band Podcast is brought to you by Bombas. Get 20% off your first pair of Bombas socks by going to www.getbombas.com/favoriteband ... OH, if you buy a pair, they donate a pair to a homeless shelter. It's a win-win! In the 3rd episode of YFB, we interview Reese Roper from Five Iron Frenzy about the rise, the fall, and rise (again) of Five Iron. To listen to Five Iron, find tour dates, and other fun things, check out http://www.fiveironfrenzy.com Thanks for listening and don't forget to rate and subscribe!
Rank #2: 7: Kings Kaleidoscope.
On this episode of YFB, we talk with Chad of Kings Kaleidoscope about his time at Mars Hill, Kings' discography, and cursing. Check us out the socials!Facebook.com/yourfavoritebandpodcast Instagram.com/yourfavoritebandpodcast Twitter.com/favoritebandpod Rate, review, & subscribe! Email us guest requests! email@example.com
Stereo Confidential investigates the music world. From the landmark, to the underrated, to the downright bizarre, Chris, James and Michael aim to uncover the artists, albums, songs, and moments that have made music what it is. Show will take the form of mini-series and case-of-the-week episodes.Previously the award-winning Modern Vinyl Podcast.
Rank #1: The MV Podcast 206: RSD Award Show 2018.
Episode 206 of Modern Vinyl is yet another iteration of the annual Record Store Day Award Show. Here, we dissect the yearly RSD list through our longtime awards: Worthy of a Flip (best 7" record), Biggest Plant Jammer (in its final appearance, hopefully), the Don Giovanni Tribute Award (the record that should be a fake-out), Best Cover Art, and more. The List: https://recordstoreday.com/NewsItem/7503 Promo Codes: Oldies.com: Use "MODERN-VINYL" for 10% off your order Rockabilia: Use "PCJABBERJAW" for 15% off your order. Blind Tiger Record Club: Use "MODERNVINYL" for 50% off your first vinyl subscription box. InTheClouds Records: Use "modernvinyl" for 10% off your order.Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: The MV Podcast 217: Chad Dahlstrom (Discogs).
Episode 217 features our conversation with Chad Dahlstrom, CEO of Discogs. We discuss his journey to the vinyl collector favorite, how they continue to refine and improve the community at Discogs, and finish with some Quickfire. Sponsors:Rockabilia: Use "PCJABBERJAW" for 15% off your order.Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan and David! Are… Reinventing Marc Maron
Rank #1: Tom DeLonge: Do Aliens Exist?.
In this episode, we do a deep-dive on Tom DeLonge and his history with aliens. We cover it all, that blink-182 song about aliens, his books we haven't read, the new academy of arts and sciences. This one is for the conspiracy theorists. We also make an announcement about the podcast itself. Meta.
Rank #2: Ep. 7: Ian Cohen, writer (Critical Acclaim).
Ian Cohen is a freelance writer who has been published everywhere from Pitchfork to Spin to Noisey. Here, he joins Dan and David to discuss the role of music criticism in 2017, what it's like to draw flack from the artists you cover, and how music journalism has changed in his two decades in the profession. Strap in, this one gets nerdy.
From pop-punk to metalcore, the conversation starts here. A weekly conversation hosted by Matt Crane (former AltPress editor) and Tyler Sharp (former AltPress news writer) tackling all the biggest news (and drama) in the music scene. Questions, comments, rants about Oli Sykes? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Science Fiction: The Brand New discussion we’ve waited 8 years to have EP. 32.
The moment we thought would never come is finally here, and we've dedicated an entire episode to it. We dive headfirst into Brand New's Science Fiction.
Rank #2: Hayley Williams almost quit Paramore; new Blink-182 music EP. 11.
Yes, Hayley Williams contemplated leaving Paramore two years ago. We discuss what a world without Paramore would look like, plus news from Blink-182, Warped Tour, Asking Alexandria, A Day To Remember, Linkin Park and more!
Noise Creators helps musicians get to know the best producers in music today. Jesse Cannon hosts a podcast that gets inside these producer's thoughts.
Rank #1: 006 Alan Douches (Brand New, Converge).
This week I have a long talk with Alan Douches the mastering engineer who has probably worked on over half your record collection. To name a few of the records he's worked on is to mention less than he does in a single week, but we'll do it anyway - Converge, Brand New, Mastodon, Saves The Day, Sufjan Stevens, Every Time I Die, etc. etc. Go To NoiseCreators To Get To Know The Producers Behind Your Favorite Records: NoiseCreators.comShow Notes: http://bit.ly/1m8hoBGSubscribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/1Yluk3v and review us there! Overcast.FM http://bit.ly/1I9OPhE and recommend us there!Noise Creators on Twitter: @noisecreatorsJesse Cannon on Twitter: @jessecannon
Rank #2: 057 Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost, Solo, Producer).
In this episode I talk to Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost) about his new solo record, his creative process as well as his work as producer.Go To NoiseCreators To Get To Know The Producers Behind Your Favorite Records: NoiseCreators.comHosted by Jesse Cannon: jessecannon.comShow Notes: http://bit.ly/1m8hoBGSubscribe on iTunes: http://apple.co/1Yluk3v and review us there! Overcast.FM http://bit.ly/1I9OPhE and recommend us there!Noise Creators on Twitter: @noisecreatorsJesse Cannon on Twitter: @jessecannon
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: #300 - Live at Knitting Factory.
For our 300th episode, we recorded live, in front of an audience at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Guests were Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker, Brian Baker of Minor Threat and Bad Religion, and Laura Stevenson. What a blast!
Rank #2: #33 with Rob Pope.
Rob Pope, bassist in The Get Up Kids talking about the Lawrence, Kansas BYOB strip club known as the Outhouse, why he's such a fan of Midwestern regionalism and his other artistic endeavors including his own studio and screen-printing shop.
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: #132 - Anthony Green (Circa Survive, Saosin, The Sound of Animals Fighting).
Today we welcome Anthony Green from Circa Survive, Saosin and the Sound of Animals Fighting. My history with Anthony goes back to the early days of Circa Survive and working alongside him at Equal Vision Records for the Juturna and On Letting Go album releases. As the years passed, we stayed in touch and would see each other as you do when a band rolls through town. Anthony was always super into what I was doing with Washed Up Emo and check in when I’d post something about The Promise Ring or Braid. Anthony came along at an amazing time for punk rock and rode the wave with Circa Survive to heights not afforded many and still can play anywhere in the world for his solo material or with Circa Survive. In the hour we chatted, we got to catch up in thoughts on emo, sneaking up on stage to ask Thursday, who he didn’t know, about joining a certain band. Plus, how I forced Circa Survive to do a Fuse TV event for a girl that really just wanted Panic! at the Disco and where he is now and what he would have said to himself 10 years ago. His new solo album “Would You Still Be In Love” is out now and he’s touring the 10th anniversary of “Avalon” his debut LP now. If you’d like to support the podcast, go to patreon.com/washedupemo and the more ya do, the more podcasting I can do! Support the show
Music, music tech, and the changing music industry. Hosted by Jesse Cannon.
Rank #1: 13: To Defend Or Not To Defend: 5 Seconds Of Summer.
Tune in for a friendly sparring match on 5 Seconds Of Summer and whether or not they will be today’s punk version of a Myspace Band. Also, Joyce Manor not being down to Defend in relation to 5 Seconds Of Summer being today’s punk version of a Myspace Band.Show Notes: http://offtherecord.fm/tagged/episodesOff The Record on Twitter: http://twitter.com/offtherecordfm Jesse Cannon on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jessecannon Zack Zarrillo on Twitter: http://twitter.com/zzarrillo
Rank #2: Episode 2.12 Alan Douches (Mastering Engineer).
This week I talk to mastering engineer Alan Douches. One of the most credited engineers in the history of music. Alan has probably mastered most of your favorite records, but if you are unsure just look on the back of your favorite records from Brand New, Sufjan Stevens, LCD Soundsystem, Converge, Every Time I die, Dillinger Escape Plan, etc. etc. Show Notes: http://offtherecord.fm/tagged/episodes Subscribe on iTunes: http://bit.ly/OTRfmiTunes Off The Record on Twitter: http://twitter.com/offtherecordfm Jesse Cannon on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jessecannon
To celebrate the release of deluxe remastered editions of ALMOST KILLED ME and SEPARATION SUNDAY, all of the members of The Hold Steady share their memories from recording the band’s first two albums, with added insight from others involved in making the first two records in this podcast series."Almost Killed Me" and "Separation Sunday" Deluxe Editions now available on LP/CD/Digital from Frenchkiss Records!
Rank #1: Craig Finn with Dean Baltulonis - Positive Jams: Almost Killed Me & Separation Sunday Revisited.
To celebrate the release of deluxe remastered editions of ALMOST KILLED ME and SEPARATION SUNDAY, all of the members of The Hold Steady share their memories from recording the band’s first two albums, with added insight from others involved in making the first two records in this podcast series.Episode Six, the final episode is a discussion between Craig Finn and Dean Baltulonis, co-producer of ALMOST KILLED ME AND SEPARATION SUNDAY.
Rank #2: Craig Finn with Judd Counsell, Steve Selvidge & Bobby Drake - Positive Jams.
To celebrate the release of deluxe remastered editions of ALMOST KILLED ME and SEPARATION SUNDAY, all of the members of The Hold Steady share their memories from recording the band’s first two albums, with added insight from others involved in making the first two records in this podcast series.Episode Five is a triple threat - original drummer Judd Counsell, guitarist Steve Selvidge and the one and only, drummer Bobby Drake!
Welcome to The Art Collective Podcast by Jabberjaw Media! Former Anberlin frontman and author, Stephen Christian, interviews musicians and authors to explore how the two worlds influence each other and our culture as a whole. Get more info at http://theartcollectivepodcast.com and subscribe on iTunes today!
Rank #1: Episode 3 - Aaron Marsh (Copeland).
Aaron Marsh from Copeland chats with Stephen this week about his creative process as a musician vs. being a producer. We also answer some great listener questions! Be sure to call and chat with The Art Collective at 615-669-9414.This show is part of the Jabberjaw Media Podcast Network. (www.jabberjawmedia.com)
Rank #2: Episode 2 - Aaron Lunsford (Author/As Cities Burn).
This week Stephen talks about the 3 biggest lies we believe, and sits down with author and musician, Aaron Lunsford, to talk about his new book, "Backstage: How I Almost Got Rich Playing Drums in a Christian Hardcore Band."This show is a part of the Jabberjaw Media podcast network. (www.jabberjawmedia.com)Presented by Sound Rink, an experience company. (www.soundrink.com)Additional support provided by Kings Road. (www.kingsroadmerch.com)
Nearer My Pod is an in-depth look at the making of new Foxing record "Nearer My God." It includes conversation with Conor Murphy, Eric Hudson, album producer Chris Walla and is hosted by Dan Ozzi (Noisey).
Rank #1: Episode 4.
In Nearer My Pod episode 4, Foxing's Conor Murphy and Eric Hudson have a deeper discussion about the making of "Nearer My God." Chris Walla, producer, also joins the program.Nearer My Pod is an in-depth look at the making of new Foxing record "Nearer My God." It includes conversation with Conor Murphy, Eric Hudson, album producer Chris Walla and is hosted by Dan Ozzi (Noisey).
Rank #2: Episode 3.
Foxing's Conor Murphy talks the making of the music video for “Slapstick,” shot by former Foxing member Josh Coll."Slapstick" hails from the band's upcoming full length, "Nearer My God."Nearer My Pod is an in-depth look at the making of new Foxing record "Nearer My God." It includes conversation with Conor Murphy, Eric Hudson, album producer Chris Walla and is hosted by Dan Ozzi (Noisey).Preorder "Nearer My God": www.foxingtheband.com/
Inside Music offers an in-depth look at life in the modern music business. Each week, host James Shotwell chats with musicians and music professionals about their journeys in the industry, as well as the trends shaping the future of entertainment.
Rank #1: Inside Music #33 - Marc Okubo (Veil Of Maya).
On this episode of INSIDE MUSIC, host James Shotwell calls Veil Of Maya guitarist Marc Obuko to discuss his band's new album 'Matriarch,' as well as the realities of working in metal music today. Marc tells James about the lessons learned during this decade-plus career with VOM, as well as the crazy tale of how the group found their latest vocalist and what he brings to the band that may catch some fans off guard. We also listen to a bit of the new record because, to be honest, it slays.
Rank #2: 155 - The Maine (John O'Callaghan).
On this episode of INSIDE MUSIC, host James Shotwell calls The Maine vocalist John O'Callaghan to discuss his band's latest album, You Are OK. John tells James about the creation of the album, as well as his band's participation on the upcoming Sad Summer traveling music festival. From there, the conversation turns to longevity in the industry and how other artists can follow in the steps of The Maine.
The Peer Pleasure Podcast is an arts and culture podcast. Join Dewey Halpaus (Anatomy Of A Ghost, Portugal. The Man) as he discusses life and content with your favorite performers and artists.
Rank #1: Bert McCracken (The Used).
What's up everyone and welcome to 2018! We are back with a banger of an episode with the one and only Bert McCracken of The Used! I'm stoked for you to all hear this conversation with Bert on the tour bus in Portland Oregon. Check out this and all the episodes at www.peerpleasurepodcast.com and be sure to rate and subscribe on iTunes and Spotify! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Ian Mackaye (Minor Threat/Fugazi).
Hello Pleasure Seekers and boy do I have a guest for you….Ian Mackaye from Fugazi, Minor Threat, Discord Records, Embrace, The Evens and the list goes on. Possibly one of the most prolific names in punk rock to date and just an all around awesome and inspiring individual. I hope you all enjoy and don’t […] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices