Welcome to the second installment of our series Other People’s Podcasts, an undertaking in which we highlight other podcasts created by Nashville creatives. We believe We Own This Town offers a nice variety of shows but we are, by no means, the only source of entertainment and education you should have in your life! So, we’re doing our best to shine a light on other shows that are worth time in your earbuds. If you’ve got a podcast you think we should hear, contact us and we’ll check it out!
VHS: Video Horror Show Podcast
Three friends get together to discuss classic horror films; particularly those ripe for viewing from VHS tapes. Running since 2019, they’ve covered cult classics like Sleepaway Camp or Killer Clowns from Outer Space, more modern terrors like The Faculty and unsung gems like Chopping Mall. Plenty of entertaining discussions to be found here. Find them on Instagram @vhs_podcast and subscribe anywhere.
A very new podcast from the members of Kentucky Derby Con Man in which various musicians and artists join in on the program to discuss the origin of their projects, their creative process and why they’re doing any of it in the first place. Early days with this one but both episodes – with Sad Speller and Weathertalk – are quite enjoyable. Find them on Instagram at @diamondinn__podcast.
Something’s Not Right
Hosts Olivia Lind and Thashana McQuiston tackle True Crime and “all things creepy” with a focus on Tennessee incidents. Start with this Memphis Bank Heist episode for a nice taste of the kind of breakdowns and discussions they provide. Who doesn’t love a True Crime podcast? Especially when it focuses on tales from our region? Good stuff all around. Find them on IG @notrightpodcast.
Love Montage presents: Blac Demarco’s Community Podcast
Love Montage is an enjoyable local artist (listen to “u turn me on“) that also hosts this podcast featuring laid back, casual and highly insightful conversations with other artists. Many of the artists that join to chat are Nashville based and loads of them are new to me. Those that I do know – Willie Dustice, Blood Root – are great chats and I’m looking forward to diving into more. Perhaps you will as well?