This episode, the guys welcome Heather Smith into the studio. Shes the brain behind the music of Bone & Bell, singer and songwriter, and has many other hidden talents that blew our minds. We discussed her coming up with music, her work in visual arts, and we discussed the latest mass shooting. Heather also played some of her songs, live on the show. She also brought a bunch of vinyls for us to sample. The Monks album Black Monk Time, Sibylline Baier's The Colour Green, and Broadcast, The Noise.
This week, the guys welcome Josh Lambe into the studio. He's a multi-insturmentalist, and is in many bands in Oregon, including the bad Naked Luck, with Jason. We discuss many things, his passion and history with music, Space X rocket launch, and much more. Josh picked the vinyl this week, the Beatles 9th studio album, The White Album.
This episode, the guys welcome Josh and Annie Kempa back into the studio. They discuss music of the 80's, recount some absolutely true facts, discuss being young and much more. Aaron drops a bombshell. Jason brought whiskey, and picked the vinyl this week. We listened to the 1986 release of Back In The High Life, by Steve Winwood.
This weeks episode is awesome. We had Sean, Riley and Ben from the band Spirits join us in the studio, to discuss their band, and where their musical interests came from. We also discuss cats, least favorite foods, and how words mean more than they should. This weeks vinyl pick is ZZ Top's eighth studio album, Eliminator.
This episode, the guys welcome Matt Helvie into the studio. They discuss how he started music, dealing with self doubt and critisizm, and some good questions. The featured vinyl this week was brought by Matt, and it was Saosin's latest album, Along The Shadow.
2018 is here, and we kick it off with a blast! We had Bryan Calhoon, Joe Jackson, and Billy Tango from White Knife Study in the studio! We discussed a little about the guys, got deep into how their band works, and had the Toilet Paper debate 2018. We also listened to Iron Butterfly's third album, Ball on vinyl.
Happy New Years. It's our one year anniversary of the show, and we bring it in big style. We recap all of the guests of the year, go over all that was good and crappy about 2017, discussed changes for 2018, and listen to Tenacious D's eponimous album, on vinyl.
This episode, the guys welcome Scotty Fisher into the Studio. Hes a local PDX musician, photographer and videographer. They discuss his band Fighting Casper, his business Sleeper Studios, and they talk about some holiday things. Scotty brought his favorite album for our vinyl pick of the week, Hopesfall's album Magnetic North.
This episode, the guys discuss some routines, the funky chicken, and spread some love. They vinyl pick this week is the Dixie Dregs 1977 album, Freefall.
This episode, the guys went on an exciting journey, to unpredictable lands, with a hell of a guest, super funny and random dude, David Clark. They discuussed more than one can explain, and were accompanied on vinyl by Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, the soundtrack, by Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees, and other guests.