Jordan Victoria (Heaven Honey) chats with host Olivia Ladd about the literary songwriting legacy of Americana trailblazer Lucinda Williams.
Crowded Table: Host Olivia Ladd is joined by journalist Lorie Liebig to discuss the modern accomplishments of Brandi Carlile.
Host Olivia Ladd presents a conglomeration of data studies, statistics and reporting to help listeners understand the severity of the imbalance Women in Country face.
Devotion: Elena Franklin (Reality Something) joins Olivia to discuss Patti Smith’s status as the godmother of punk rock and the legacy of her writing.
Punky Reggae Party: Olivia Jean guests on the podcast to examine the history of prototypical British punk group The Slits, who incorporated world music and feminism into a budding genre and set a precedent for many artists who came after.
Girls to the Front: Beth Cameron (Forget Cassettes, Black Bra) sits down for a deep dive discussion about the work of prolific riot grrl band Bikini Kill and the personal meaning within their songs to women in punk rock.
What a Trip: John Condit (The Inscape, Lilly Hiatt) and Olivia talk about one of psychedelic’s most genre expansive, infamous and maniacally creative bands, The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
From the Heart: Collin Fidler and Luke Adamson join Olivia to wax nostalgic and discuss the evolution of one of Americana’s most impassioned bands.
The Modern Day Grateful Dead: Patty Greer hops on Bandsplainer to talk about experimental indie pop pioneers Animal Collective.
Origin Story: Zach Prosser (of Nashville band Z) and Olivia discuss prolific hardcore punk outfit Black Flag by tracing their origins within the SoCal scene, analyzing their political message and examining the zine and art culture surrounding the band.