Discussions around Stay Golden, Liberty Common, The Ainsworth, Green Pheasant and Lyra
Nashville New Music: Ornament, John Davis + Matthew Caws, German Error Message, Anchor Thieves, Shy Guy, Travis Trevisan
Despite being only one song, there’s a lot to cover with this new release from Ornament. First and foremost, it’s the second official release from the band; available as a 7″ on the Official Memorabilia label. It hasn’t made its way to Bandcamp or Spotify yet but if you hit up DRKMTTR on January 18th, […]
Mike and Kenneth talk Moroccan Mint Tea, Honeysuckle and Chicory, and Mississippi Juke Joints with their guest Ali Besten from Cathead Distillery.
In early January, Skyway Man released a collaborative EP with Teddy & The Rough Riders entitled The Lagniappe Sessions (okay, it was really released in early December via Aquarium Drunkard but wasn’t on streaming services until 2019). The EP is four cover songs from the likes of Eliot Eidelman, The Faces, Big Kitty and an […]
Full insight into the messages contained with the record will have to wait until late February but my money is on this record being an obvious candidate for year-end lists.
…distinct flourishes of electronic instrumentation, unique, surprising, changes and enormous walls of guitar when the moment calls for it.
In this episode of the show we steer away from the typical format and sit down with Kathryn Edwards and Olivia Scibelli to discuss the history of their venue DRKMTTR; a DIY-centric, all-ages aware, community focused space.
Murmuring by German Error Message The last release from German Error Message came out in 2016; a long enough time ago to make the assumption that the project had been gently laid to rest and songwriter Paul Kintzing had moved on to something, or nothing, else entirely. Fortunately, while that may be an understandable assumption, […]
Band releases interesting demos that are worth listening to especially this one track that they previously released.
The Powers That Be: Nashville journalist John Connor Coulston comes on the podcast to delve into the mystery behind experimental hip-hop/metal group Death Grips.
It’s absurd and stupid but since it’s on purpose, you’re free to enjoy it.