Best Toadie podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Two know-nothings with too many old, unplayed videogames. Each episode we set each other gaming 'homework' in an attempt to slowly work through our piles of shame.
 
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Rocket Fuel
Rare
 
ska, punk, indie
 
Music is important in life. Throughout the lowest points in my life, I have always had music. It kept me going. The great Lemmy once said, "I'm in love with Rock n' Roll, it satisfies my soul". This show is about reaching out to those artists who have influenced me or others. Playing music from all over the world. No matter the genre, no matter language barrier. I don’t want to ask the same questions that are usually asked. I want to know what it's like when before hitting the stage and afte ...
 
Coming to you from the Maloney and Starr Gallery in Taylor, Texas, this is Coffee With a Sign Painter, a podcast hosted by sign painters Sean Starr and Norma Jeanne Maloney.
 
A charming fairytale -- with realistic touches -- from the mid-19th Century.(Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
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The Telegram Podcast
Monthly+
 
Lively topical debate from the columnists and bloggers of The Telegraph.
 
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In which two very similar games are discussed and dissected. After hearing an extensive list of things Tom doesn’t like about DOOM, learn why Paul feels that, for all its exciting gunplay, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as punching a demon in the face. Next up, after a very brief and exceedingly polite disagreement over whether the Yoku’s ...…
 
In which your hosts continue last week’s conversation about the games they’ve played through in recent weeks. You’ll hear how Harmonix fared with their foray into tabletop gaming, why taking ‘What Should I Play Next?’ advice from a stranger on the internet isn’t always advisable, how two old remakes of two even older games manage to retain the ...…
 
In which your hosts belatedly kick off 2019 in the only way they know how: discussing old games everybody else played many moons ago. You’ll be served a Double Fine double header before it’s all aboard for a trip more grim than a book of fairy tales. And before you reach your final destination, find out why there ain’t no onion time like the pr ...…
 
One of the best stoner metal bands around. It gets really British here. It was cold outside. -Lee
 
First guest here in the UK. the Melvins rule. Dale is a great dude. I sat in a green room with Buzz. They ordered sushi. Thanks for listening.
 
In which the co-founder of indie developer The Voxel Agents talks to Tom about what went into the making of their unique puzzle adventure The Gardens Between. From revealing that the initial idea for what became The Gardens Between stemmed from a Tom Cruise film to tales of discovering the wonders of Twitch streaming with his parents, Simon off ...…
 
In which your hosts continue to talk over the games they played during the show’s downtime. A highly regarded JRPG gets compared to Neighbours, there’s plenty of back-and-forth about the merits (or otherwise) of visual novels, and we hear why interviewing a wrestler backstage makes for a memorable gaming moment. Whoa, you go big guy! Games disc ...…
 
In which your hosts rise, Phoenix-like, to resume the very important business of talking about videogames. It’s been a while, so Tom and Paul talk over some of the more notable games they’ve played through since the last pod was launched. It was a long old chat, so the second half will be released next week. Get in touch with the show via Twitt ...…
 
The King of (indie) Pop. Orlando's finest, Marc With a C, comes by. We discuss music. A LOT. We like to talk. A LOT. Marc also plays a couple of songs. Come listen.
 
Devin Townsend is, in my opinion, my generation's Frank Zappa. An incredible frontman, an incredible musician and an incredible producer. Devin and I discuss Mystery Science Theater 3000, touring with Clutch and keeping healthy.
 
Forever my favorite band. I attended "Welcome to Rockville" this year and was lucky enough the interview Dan Maines, bass player for Clutch. He's the reason I play bass so I was lucky enough to ask him about the new album, songs live, staying together for more than 25 years and much more.
 
One of my favorite rappers of all time is Sage Francis. He lives and breaths hip-hop. He runs Strange Famous Records, where he brought B. Dolan on to. Together, they are the Epic Beard Men. They are also two of the most fascinating men who are also open and honest as they are talented. Never forget...Jonestown for Beards.…
 
This interview was scheduled for 5pm. It took place at 11 at night after the Eagles of Death Metal performed and after one of the most insane nights in a long time. Jesse Hughes, lead singer and guitar player for EODM, was one of the kindest humans I have ever met. Please enjoy the insanity between all of us.…
 
Underrated. Underappreciated. Damn good. Easiest ways to describe the Toadies. There's more than just the hits behind them. Mark Reznieck is the drummer of the Toadies. He's also a fan of BBQ, Disney vacations and a lot more
 
My new best friend. Well, sort of. My favorite 4 bands of all time have stayed the same...Clutch, Queens of the Stone Age, Motorhead and The Reverend Horton Heat. We discuss a new album, Christmas, Lemmy, and musicians of the 50s.
 
I had the chance to interview Jeremy, Neil, and Kevin from A Day to Remember. We discuss everything from JNCO Jeans (RIP) to putting together their own festival.
 
Buzz and Dale. Two of the greats in music. They also churn out albums like there’s no tomorrow. We discuss movies, Mickey Mouse Club, Baseball and more.
 
Join Tom and Sean, The Cranberries Noel Hogan and Fergal Lawler, Singer Sarah Jaffe, Van Morrison's guitarist Dave Keary and a dozen other Limerick, Ireland based musicians and artists as they say farewell and share memories and music of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan who passed away earlier this year.…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Rocket Fuel! Itis great to be back in the swing of things after abit of a hiatus. On this episode, we have awesome new musicfrom many different genres and from bands thatspan the globe incuding Hot Snakes, Press Club,Dan P. & The Bricks and many more. We evenhave a classic track from the East Bay punk legendsThe Mr. ...…
 
Interview with Houston Center for Contemporary Craft Curator Kathryn Hall. We talk about the current exhibit “For Hire: Contemporary Sign Painting in America”
 
Welcome to a new special Fest 16 previewepisode of Rocket Fuel! The Fest is the punk rock party/family reunion/festivalthat is happening October 27-29 in Gainesville, Florida.For more details on it and Pre Fest 5, which is happeningin Ybor City, Florida on October 25 & 26, head over tothefestfl.com. On the episode, we play banger after banger f ...…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Rocket Fuel! On the episode, we are stuffed to the brim withgoodness, featuring new tunes from smaller,indpendent bands like Gold Class, Amanda X,Dollys and many more. One of the tunes featured on this episode is onethat you can't hear anywhere else. Mo Troper waskind enough to give the track "Jumbotron" from himexce ...…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of Rocket Fuel! On the episode, we have new tunes from MatthewSweet, Mutoid Man, Cayetana, Sheer Mag andmany more. This episode also features my fun and candidconversation with Jordan Hudkins, singer and guitaristRozwell Kid! I talk with him about their fantastic newnew record, Previous Art, his self-depricating ly ...…
 
Rocket Fuel is back! And do we have a great episodefor you. On the episode, we have the latest tunes from The Flatliners,Diet Cig, The Afghan Whigs, The Jesus and Mary Chain andmany more. This episode also features my conversation withGlenn Mercer, singer and guitarist of the college rockpioneers The Feelies. Rolling Stone ranked their debutalb ...…
 
What's up and welcome to a brand new episode of RocketFuel? On this one, we have 14 brand new and diverse tracksfrom bands like Minus The Bear, Cloak/Dagger, WhiteReaper, The Orwells and many more. This episode also features my candid conversation withMo Troper, the singer/songwriter and earworm engineer.We talk about his new "greatest hits" co ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the podcast in 2017! On this episode, we play new music from Japandroids, LessThan Jake, The Menzingers, Meat Wave and many more. This episode also features a great conversation with Jayfrom the San Francisco punk band Nothington. We talkabout the bands excellent new record "In The End", thedelays that occurred i ...…
 
Sean and Tom catch up after a crazy January and Tom interviews the creative heavyweights of Piquant Media in Limerick.
 
In which your hosts discuss a couple of games from yesteryear that brought both post-Christmas joy and frustration — featuring only one mention of sailors and, thanks to rare restraint, absolutely no talk of getting sweaty. Intro / outro music by 5of6 Artwork by @BigShimmeryWall http://playingcatchup.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/PlayingCatc ...…
 
In this last episode of the year, Tom and Sean say fare thee well to 2016, roast Chris Dobell and discuss the current state of affairs of sign painting.
 
In which scores are literally settled in the opening moments before discussion turns to games with colons and disappointment rears its ugly head. Could colons and disappointment be linked somehow? Also: enjoy listening to one of us sniff and splutter a lot. You’re welcome. Intro / outro music by 5of6 Artwork by @BigShimmeryWall http://playingca ...…
 
Tom does some rogue reporting with the folks at Canteen, a music centric cafe in the heart of Limerick Ireland.
 
In which your hosts conclude their initial thoughts of Sony’s face-mounted thrill machine with a quick chat about how likely it is to catch on with the ‘mainstream’. http://playingcatchup.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/PlayingCatchupShorts006.mp3 Intro / outro music by 5of6 Artwork by @BigShimmeryWall To subscribe via iTunes click here. Alter ...…
 
In which your hosts continue their ramble about the revolutionary new games sensation you wear on your head. (Hit us up Sony, you can have that one for a small fee.) http://playingcatchup.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/PlayingCatchupShorts005.mp3 Intro / outro music by 5of6 Artwork by @BigShimmeryWall To subscribe via iTunes click here. Alter ...…
 
In which two very different games are united by equally memorable soundtracks as Variable State’s debut Virginia and Terry Cavanagh’s VVVVVV come under the spotlight. Witness true podcast drama as gaming credentials are questioned and one team member is called out publicly for failing to adopt the appropriate control scheme for full nostalgia o ...…
 
Sean answers all sorts of questions in Cleveland Ohio at the Weapons of Mass Creation Fest #7
 
In which Tom and Paul, giddy with excitement from the PSVR launch, recount tales of shifting violently from VR indifference to steadfast support following game-changing debut experiences. Having both picked up the PlayStation VR headset on launch, they compare notes on the hardware itself and how it compares to PC-based virtual reality headsets ...…
 
Sean and Laura and Dave from Cleveland's Triple Threat Press talk letterpress, Denton life and the challenges facing working creatives.
 
Welcome to a special Fest 15 preview episode of the show! On this episode, we play music from just a small fraction ofthe bands playing the Fest punk rock music festival, whichoccurs this weekend (October 28-30) in Gainesville, FL.That includes tracks from Samiam, The Ergs!, The Flatliners,Latterman and many, many more. This episode also featur ...…
 
In which the co-director of lauded first-person thriller Virginia joins Tom for a chat about forming his studio Variable State, signing with publisher 505 Games and developing a debut game that has raised eyebrows across the board. Read more about Virginia (and sample the excellent soundtrack) at Virginia.game The game and accompanying soundtra ...…
 
In which your hosts discuss Resident Evil 7’s ‘teaser demo’ (by way of Project Zero, P.T. and Silent Hill 3) and the prospect of experiencing Capcom’s new direction for the series in the brave new world of VR. Or, you know, trying it for 30 seconds before flinging the sweat-soaked headset to the other side of the room. http://playingcatchup.co. ...…
 
In which your hosts start putting out some bite-size morsels in-between the main episodes to try and maintain some semblance of consistency. Having spoken about his experience playing through Broken Age in last week’s episode, a presumably sleep deprived Paul reports back having consumed 20 episodes of the accompanying documentary series in a w ...…
 
On this new episode, we play new music from Restorations,Beach Slang and many more! This episode also features a candid interview with Brian Moss,singer and lyricist for the San Francisco Bay punk bandGreat Apes about the band's new album California Heart,mental health, the high school experience and much more. Check it out and discover your ne ...…
 
In which our heroes point and click and jump and kick; pay tribute to Schafer, make Hekseville safer. Dialogue is repeated, some foes are defeated; dodgy outfits acquired, cute robots rewired. No more rhymes now, I mean it. Anybody want a peanut? (With apologies to Fezzik.) Intro / outro music by 5of6 Artwork by @BigShimmeryWall http://playingc ...…
 
Sean and Tom go on a roller coaster ride of neurosis in this episode as they discuss the ups and downs of working as a creative, with a pop in by sign painter Cole Bridges.
 
On this new episode, we play new music from Descendents,The Bouncing Souls, Smoking Popes, Signals Midwest andmuch more! Ian Graham from the awesome rock band Cheap Girls stopsby to talk about their great new B-Sides and rarities collectionGod's Ex-Wife, their move from a three-piece to a four-piece,and his continuing appreciation of Green Day. ...…
 
On this new episode, we play new music from Mikey Erg,Look Mexico, Anakin and many more, on what might bethe most diverse playlist on an episode of the show ever! The awesome new Michigan band Empty Houses also stop byto talk about their new record Daydream, how they started playingtheir refreshing style of music, touring for the first time as ...…
 
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