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Where gods go to die. The Pantheon is a collection of my own writings, transcribed into audio format. These are meant primarily to entertain, of course, but also to help the people of today carve some light out of the dark time we call the present. Episodes will likely have many interlinking aspects, but most should be able to be viewed standalone without too much confusion. Series, such as "The Pantheon" proper will be marked at the start of their title. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. ...
 
The Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Mistress Carrie Podcast, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Into the Banjoverse, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, You're Not Listening, The Career Musician, Cobras & Fir ...
 
Programma che da voce a scrittori, umanisti e scienziati che hanno reso grande la nostra storia e la nostra cultura con opere indimenticabili che hanno ancora hanno un'eco nel nostro tempo e continuano a comunicare con noi.
 
In The Pantheon Podcast with Matthew Holding. Musings on TV shows from just another binge watcher. Are we still in the golden age of television? Has television replaced the novel? Do we enjoy our anti-heroes more than are actual heroes? Who sits on your Mt. Rushmore of television shows? These are the questions we will look at each episode. Each episode we will look at two iconic shows and examine the themes, ideas, historical legacy and where they sit in the conversation of television histor ...
 
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It only took us a literal month, but we finished Prairie Wind! Who knew this would be the album we needed so much time for? We finish going through the songs. We talk about Heart of Gold - the film, specifically Rick Rosas's bad ass outfit and one-thumb bass playing. Mike discusses his theory on what the titular Prairie Wind represents. We get a li…
 
Taylor Momsen from The Pretty Reckless sat down with Mistress Carrie to talk about songwriting, processing grief, the future of Rock N Roll, touring, the fans, Chris Cornell, living in New England, driving, motorcycles, the pandemic, traveling, and much more! Episode Notes Thanks to DCU & Jumptown Skydiving for sponsoring this episode. Check out th…
 
Returning guest, writer and editor for Billboard, Rolling Stone, Variety, Vulture and more, Steven J. Horowitz, joins DJ Louie to chop it up about pop revolutionary Missy Elliott. Louie and Steven discuss Missy’s entree into the music biz along with partner-in-crime Timbaland as a songwriter and producer for artists like Jodeci, Ginuwine, and Aaliy…
 
Benedict Cork went the piano man route, much like Billy Joel. He hasn't written a hit song about the experience yet, but he has developed into an outstanding songwriter and performer, able to find beauty in the darker emotions. That kind of nuanced melancholy is is specialty, but he takes a different direction on his latest single, "Have A Good Lif…
 
We chat about the one-and-only Hives and what made them such a force to be reckoned with in the garage rock landscape. With their origins as more of a straightforward punk group and their love for new wave acts like DEVO, they took the garage rock sound and merged it with those 2 elements to create something that was truly unmatched and became one …
 
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes music biz veteran Michael Oberman to discuss his book “Fast Forward, Play, and Rewind” a chronicle of the touring musicians of the late 1960s including some legendary anecdotes about David Bowie’s first visit to the USA, a legendary Led Zeppelin gig that may have never happened at all, Frank Zappa at a college gym and havi…
 
On Episode 4 of Suns Out Mics Out, Bakko is joined by multi media artist and star of SIP.TV, Bud Burgy. Bud and Bakko talk about starting their own KISS Podcast, weathermen being human garbage, watching sports with normal people, a special listener call in. Bud shares a summer cocktail recipe. The "Who Said It? Ted Nugent or..." game and more. Plus…
 
In episode 104 Martin talks about Heavy Metal Shuffle with these five songs: 1. Kick Axe – “Heavy Metal Shuffle” 2. Uriah Heep – “Look at Yourself” 3. ZZ Top – “Arrested for Driving While Blind” 4. Van Halen – “The Full Bug” 5. Cathedral – “Vampire Sun” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pa…
 
On this episode of Audio Judo Does Jazz, Chris dives deep about another jazz legend, Charles Mingus. Nicknamed the "Angry Man Of Jazz" was feared by some for his temper, but respected by most because of his refusal to compromise his musical integrity. Click here to visit the Audio Judo Does Jazz (AJDJ) website We want to hear from you: Facebook: fa…
 
Born on the mean streets and raised by his mother, a local drug queen. After his mother was killed by rival drug lords, he started selling drugs in middle school. He told his grandma he was in after school programs, but in actuality he was slinging dope and carrying a starter pistol. The jig is up when he gets caught carrying his gun to school by t…
 
This week, Rich and Clint explore the greatest of the "Greatest Hits." Some artists produced exceptional albums - works of art that stand alone as complete creative expressions. Some artists created greatness that spread across their career. And for many of us, the "greatest hits" became the sampler platter that invited us to take a closer look at …
 
Alright stoppies, it's the moment you've all been waiting for - a knock down, drag out deathmatch between two deeply embarrassing teenage genres of the late 90s: Nu Metal vs. 3rd Wave Ska. Nu Metal Mike vs. Perpetual Ska Kid Heather battle it out with fan of both genres and very funny comedian Ethan Marsh reffing to make sure there's no wallet chai…
 
With Kraftwerk's long-awaited induction happening in the Early Influence category this year, Joe and Kristen look back on their 2018 episode about the German electronic music pioneers with comedian/actor DeMorge Brown. This "classic" episode has been remastered for brevity and to enhance audio quality. It's Week 3 of Early Inf-June-lence!!! This sh…
 
I Predict that When I'm With You, there will be no Existential Threat unless we're Eaten By The Monster Of Love in this Cool World. Welcome to episode 86 of See Hear Podcast. Edgar Wright has been known to use music to great effect in his narrative films, so it's only appropriate that he makes a music-related documentary. The Sparks Brothers tells …
 
30 years ago the Rock And Roll world felt a monumental shift, and some new sonic directions. Hard Rock shifted, and the changes impacted attitudes, and fashion, leaving behind carefree ways, instead invoking deep introspection. Ray and Markus struggled to whittle it down, but share their Five Favorite Albums From 1991. How many albums will they hav…
 
Elias Soriano, the lead singer from Nonpoint, checked in with Mistress Carrie after 20+ years of friendship, to talk about their upcoming EP's, songwriting, family, reinventing your career, parenting, touring, cassettes, live-streaming, Shiprocked, 8 tracks, marriage, Derek Jeter, Johnny Damon, and so much more! Episode Notes Thanks to DCU & Jumpto…
 
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