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Array To Zed
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Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.” Array to Zed is brought to you by ArrayMusic, a new music organization and cultural hub in Toronto, Canada. To know more about ArrayMusic’s activities and to join our mailing list, see our website ArrayMusic.com.
 
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Brett Terpstra discusses how and why we do the work that we do with a different guest in each episode. Regardless of the system we use or are part of, all work is creative work.
 
This podcast is about the late 90s and early 2000 New Jersey punk rock scene. It's hosted by Doyle from Lanemeyer who interviews bands, zines, recording studios and anyone who helped grow the scene back then.
 
Ottawa Entrepreneurs is a podcast for business owners or those that dream of starting their own business one day. Each episode we interview a successful entrepreneur and find out how they got to where they are today, what lessons were learned and how you can benefit from their experience.Each episode is hosted by Patrick Whalen, founder of Extension Marketing. For more information visit www.extensionmarketing.com.
 
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Ricky Saporta was a show promoter in NJ back in the late 90s. The main space he did this at was the Wayne Firehouse in Wayne, NJ. Shows started in the smaller room and then progressed into the large room where bands like At The Drive-In, Jimmy Eat World, The Get Up Kids, New Found Glory, Alkaline Trio, and many other large acts played. It took ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts James Ciesielski, Co-Founder, CTO of Rewind and Mike Potter Co-Founder, CEO of Rewind. James and Mike share their experiences, how they met and what led them to decide to work together on Rewind. Rewind is a service that protects the data that is driving your business, from a simple ...…
 
Benny Horowitz was a show promoter at the Manville, NJ Elks Lodge back in the late 90s. You also might know him from his bands Mercy Union and Gaslight Anthem. I obviously heard of Gaslight but had no idea he promoted shows until Roadie Extraordinaire, Monkey Cipriano filled me in and then made an intro. Benny was more than excited to spend clo ...…
 
Hot Water Music is a punk rock band from Gainesville, Florida. The members of the band are Chuck Ragan, Chris Wollard (both lead vocals and guitar), Jason Black (bass), and George Rebelo (drums) first formed in 1993. Since then these guys have broken up, gotten back together, recorded albums, gone on a hiatus, got back together, made more recor ...…
 
Summary: The letter E has Martin and Georgia talking about the idea of Experimental, Brian Eno, Eva-Maria Houben, Ennio Morricone, Eve Egoyan and Mark Ellestad. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, pro ...…
 
Summary: The letter D has Martin and Georgia talking about Distance, Angharad Davies, Axel Dorner, Hanne Darboven, Jeremy Deller, Kieran Daly and Ryan Driver. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, proce ...…
 
Dave Patino played in NJ bands The Jerkoffs, my band Lanemeyer, and with Day At The Fair when they get together at the Stan Hope house every so often and play shows. He now does photography so hire him. I told Dave that he was going to talk to me and since I am stronger than him he obviously said yes. Here is what we talk about: The Police (the ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Random Task was a punk band from NJ who frequented hall shows all across the NJ scene. Ben Jorgensen was the drummer but eventually left the band to front Armor for Sleep who got signed to Equal Vision, ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Less Than Jake is the shit. If you don't know who they are then you're in the wrong place. I was able to get Vinnie on the phone, which was AWESOME, and this is what we talked about: Stepping away from ...…
 
Asian Man Records is a DIY record label run by Mike Park. Park started a record label and began releasing music in 1989 under the name Dill Records, with the Asian Man label established May 1996. Some of the label’s releases came from such bands as Slapstick, Less Than Jake, Alkaline Trio, Link 80, MU330, The Broadways, Tuesday, and one of the ...…
 
Mohawk Barbie was Fast, Snide, Bathroom and Beer humor punk rock from the Garden Hate. They played a lot of shows with Lanemeyer, Bigwig, Humble Beginnings (Gabe of Midtown's old band), Boxcar, Stick Figure Suicide, Beefcake and yes even Midtown. The bassist and drummer of this band, as well as some non-album members, went on to form the Human ...…
 
Weston is a punk rock band hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1990, they took their name from singer Dave Weston's family, since his parents allowed them to practice in their basement. The band never found mainstream success but their energetic and irreverent live shows earned them legendary status amongst their peers as well as t ...…
 
Plow United is an American punk rock who formed in Wilmington, Delaware in 1992. They played fast punk rock with pop, thrashcore and hardcore influences. Their lyrics are sometimes labeled "emo" postfact. Band members are Brian McGee (vocals and guitar), Sean Rule (drums) and Joel Tannenbaum (bass). In 1996, the band recorded and released their ...…
 
Braid is an American emo band from Champaign, Illinois, formed in 1993. Following several early line-up changes, the band eventually settled on Bob, Todd, Chris and Damon. In 1998 the group released their third album, Frame & Canvas, to critical acclaim and is considered a staple of the late 90's emo movement. Despite Frame & Canvas's success, ...…
 
Fun Size started more or less in 1991, in Richmond, Virginia. The members consisted of James, Allen Brian, and Orice. They put out a few releases including a 7” on Fueled by Ramen in 97 called “The Process of Selling Out,” a play on the Black Flag record “The Process of Weeding Out” and also poking fun at Less Than Jake for recently signing to ...…
 
Farside was an Orange County, CA punk band Farside formed in 1989, comprising frontman Popeye, guitarist Kevin Murphy, bassist Brian Chu and drummer Bob Beshear. Upon landing a deal with Revelation Records, the quartet issued their debut Rochambeau in 1992, followed a year later by Rigged; in the wake of a self-titled 1995 EP Farside was largel ...…
 
Creep Records began as a record label started by Arik Victor in 1993 and has since expanded to a retail space, recording studio, and screenprinting. Their roots are in punk and hardcore, putting out releases in our early years from the likes of The Bouncing Souls, Plow United, Violent Society, All Else Failed and more. The tales of the Creep Ho ...…
 
The letter C has Martin and Georgia talking about John Cage, Chance, Cornelius Cardew, Viv Corringham, Raven Chacon, Laurence Crane and André Cormier. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, c ...…
 
Knapsack formed in 1993 by band members Blair Shehan and Colby Mancasola who were 2 high school friends that went to UC Davis. They released 3 full-length albums which were Silver Sweepstakes, Day 3 of My New Life and This Conversation Is Ending Starting Right Now. I fell in love with this band when my buddy Christopher James Barker played me D ...…
 
Digger formed in the Lehigh Valley in the mid-1990s and signed to Hopeless Records in 1996. Upon the event of Digger's live recording being played on WMUH the word of the band spread quickly, which led to the band's sign to Hopeless Records. The band released their first LP, Powerbait, and then toured a lot. This was followed by releasing 4 mor ...…
 
Link 80 was a band from the Bay Area. The name came from the interstate highway I-80 which they used to get to the drummer's garage for band practice and connected the band members' homes: members lived in Oakland, Berkeley, and Richmond. Fun fact, I also named my animation company drive80 after route 80. Far more punk than ska and with an ener ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Samiam was formed in late 1988 after the breakup of the Gilman club mainstay Isocracy. Their first show was in January 1989 with Christ on Parade. They released records through New Red Archives and Hope ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Rebecca Page, CEO of Concierge Home Services. Rebecca shares her 17 years of experience, including why she left a great job in the high-tech industry to follow her dream of becoming an entrepreneur. Since 2001, Concierge Home Services has provided homeowners with house cleaning, one ...…
 
Gameface is a band whose music combines the best elements of punk, hardcore, emo and pop to make something simpler, something sincere beyond a defined scene. They have the ability to reach people with undeniably catchy melodies underneath heartfelt lyrics. Thank you to revelation records for having that write up on your website Their record lab ...…
 
Slapstick is a punk-ska band from the Chicago area that was primarily active from 1993 to 1996. Started by a group of friends from the Elgin area, the group took inspiration from Operation Ivy and the guttural punk vocals of Crimpshrine. According to Wikipedia. They went on to form bands such as The Broadways, Tuesday, The Lawrence Arms, The Ho ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Hani Abdou, the founder and CEO of Platinum Integrated Business Connections (PIBCI). Hani talks to Pat about why he started this business and the need he saw in the workplace which his company now fulfills. He takes us through his 30 years experience of diversi?ed business managemen ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. New Found Glory are a pop-punk band from Coral Springs, Florida who formed in 1997. Matt from Red Leader Records introduced me to them 20 years ago saying they were going to be huge. Once they released ...…
 
This episode discusses how I am expanding on the podcast's direction and why this is going to be known as Season 0 instead of 2. If you'd like to keep the podcast alive, click here to donate.
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Warren Butland, the Executive VP of Evolved Vehicle Environments. Warren Butland takes us through his decision to go back to school in his late 30’s, and then graduating on his 40th birthday. Warren is now EVP of the 3-year-old Evolved Vehicle Environments, working with the likes of ...…
 
Welcome everyone to the SEASON 1 FINALE OF This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Chris Barker is the reason I started playing music. We became best friends when we were 14, created Congress of Cow altogether which later became Lanemeyer. As you will ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Carley Schelck, the Co-Founder of The Urban Element. Living passionately with the attitude of ‘all things food’, Carley has always been inspired by the creativity and challenges that the hospitality and food industry presents. Carley brings over 25 years of hospitality, food, bevera ...…
 
Shower With Goats existed as part of the NJPP (New Jersey Pop Punk) scene from 1994-2000. They were well known for their unique blend of raw, upbeat punk tunes backed with emphatic vocals. Their influences ranged from many bands including Fifteen, Face To Face, Quit, Big Drill Car, All, Rhythm Collision, and even Crass on occasion. They went on ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. This week I’m doing something slightly different by interviewing Doug Robinson of the Sleeping. Yes, the Sleeping was a band that formed in 2003 which is outside of my current premise of this ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Right Turn Eddie was a ska band from the late 90s that was made up of Josh, Pete, Pat, Steve, Big Pat, Shotgun, Metal, and sometimes Johnny Tummillo who would fill in on drums from time to tim ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. If you grew up in Northern Jersey and needed a place to find independent music you would go to Scotti’s record shop in Morristown, sound exchange on rte 23, hot topic in the Rockaway mall (yes ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Brian Molloy cut his teeth in the punk scene before Green Day and the Offspring took the stage and opened the world’s eyes to what was happening outside of MTV. He created a zine in the late 9 ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Kraig Marshall graced the NJ scene in the late 90s with his backyard shows, his band Sticker, and then went on to form Example 24 which took him in a completely different direction, musically. ...…
 
This week I'm taking a break to catch up on interviews. Feel free to check out thiswasthescene.com for the latest merch. You can also check out my new book "I'll eventually like kids when they're older" at yourdailybred.com
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Jason Lee, the Founder and CEO of Smart Cone Technologies. Smart Cone Technologies has been under development for over 10 years with officially registering the Smart Cone in 2015. The company was inspired for helping war fighters and first responders stay safe during their missions. ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. The Jerkoffs were a straight-up punk band that consisted of Jay, Doug, and multiple Dave’s. They had a stint on Umbilical Records and were always the dudes who showed up to every show they pla ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Robert Smith the Owner and Creative Director of Greenmelon, a local branding marketing agency. Greenmelon is a branding and graphic design company that has done work for some of Ottawa’s largest brands. The primary focus is retail and consumer engagement, specifically focusing on th ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Jeremy Hernandez eyes were opened to the punk scene when he first heard bands like Fugazi and Quicksand. This lead him to playing in bands like Sticker, Highstrung, Humble Beginnings, Bigwig, ...…
 
In this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs podcast, Pat hosts Philip Weaver. Philip Weaver is the Owner of 43 Supercuts, Magicuts, First Choice Haircutters, and Roosters Men’s Grooming Centres. Prior to his entrepreneurial journey, Philip spent over 30 years in the technology industry as a C-level Executive. Today, we discuss the importance of ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. Mike Pelak didn’t run a label, play in a band, record bands, own a record store, print merch, run a zine or promote, ok wait he did help promote shows with Bomshelter run by Ricky the artful d ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Megan Cornell, the Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Lawyer at Momentum Law. Megan spent the first decade of her practice working in Big Law, learning what all sizes of businesses in all types of industries need to succeed. Along the way, Megan developed a philosophy of client care ...…
 
The Bergenfield girls were show promoters in the northern part of jersey who were made up of Melissa, Erin, and Kathy. They were just 3 awesome chicks who had a passion for punk rock and decided to start putting on shows. Back in the day, my old band Lanemeyer loved getting asked to play on the shows they put on. The majority of them were at th ...…
 
On this episode of the Ottawa Entrepreneurs Podcast, Pat hosts Linda Eagen, President & CEO of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation. As CEO, Linda is the founder of a new service that is truly changing lives, people who have cancer will not have to experience it the same way they have in years past. Linda shares her experience on running the f ...…
 
Taxicab Samurais were a ska punk band made up of members Dave, Dan, Chris, Mark, Mike and Roman. They were influenced by Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Youth of Today, Slapstick, Suicide Machines, Bosstones, LTJ, H2O, Face to Face. I asked Dave Flores if he’d grace the podcast with his words and he agreed. Here’s what we talk about - The North Jersey ...…
 
Welcome everyone to This Was The Scene, the podcast that takes a look back at the late 90s / early 2000 Nj Jersey Punk scene, I am your host, Mike Doyle. NJ Joystick was a punk/hardcore band that blended shades of old emo and pop punk producing catchy, fast, and energetic songs that compare to the likes of fellow NJ legends, Lifetime. The line ...…
 
OCG was a ska band from New Jersey. Their members consisted of Nick, Dave, Keith, Pete, Stuart, Mark, Mike, Chris, and Dan. They were founded in 1997 by a group of Union High School musicians. The band played a fusion of ska punk, jazz, ska-core, and what many refer to as ska-rap. OCG followed up the success of their 7 inch record "7 Inches of ...…
 
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