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Best Consequence Podcast Network podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Consequence Podcast Network podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Losers’ Club is a weekly podcast for Constant Readers of Stephen King to dig deep into his oeuvre and the myriad TV, film, print, and stage adaptations of his work. The series is hosted by pop-culture writers Dan Caffrey, Randall Colburn, McKenzie Gerber, Mel Kassel, and Michael Roffman, who gather together to read between the pages.
 
Kyle Meredith With... is an interview series in which WFPK's Kyle Meredith speaks to a wide breadth of musicians. Meredith digs deep into the artist's work to find out how the music is made and where their journey is going, from legendary artists like Robert Plant, Paul McCartney, U2, and Bryan Ferry, to the newer class of The National, St. Vincent, Arctic Monkeys, Haim, and Father John Misty.
 
Consequence of Sound and Sony bring you an exploration of legendary albums and their ongoing legacy. Join host Andy Bothwell as he examines how masterpieces continue to evolve: shaping lives, shaking rafters, and ingraining itself into our culture. Maybe you’re a longtime fan who wants to go deeper. Maybe you’re a first-time listener curious to hear more – either way, you’re in the right place.
 
Discography is a deep dive into a legendary musician's catalogue - album by album - to give you the big picture on who they are and what's cemented their place in the annuls of sonic history. Walk in a novice, and come out well informed and with a new favorite record or two. Cult indie rocker, Marc With a C, is your host with the most and takes you on a voyage with a different classic artist every quarter.
 
This Must Be the Gig gives backstage access to passionate fans worldwide. Featuring conversations with headlining musicians, up-and-comers, and music industry personalities about the wild wild world of live music - as well as the latest news reports from the biggest tours and the festival scene. Music journalist and festival-globetrotter Lior Phillips captures the feeling of singing along with thousands of other fanatics, the lights flashing, the roar for an encore, the second the whole worl ...
 
Halloweenies is a monthly podcast for fans of all horror franchises. Each season, co-hosts McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman slice through an iconic series one movie at a time. They started in Haddonfield, Illinois with Halloween, and now they’re heading to Springwood, Ohio for A Nightmare on Elm Street. There will be tricks, there will be treats, and, yes, there will be blood.
 
What’s your favorite scary movie? Are you a fanatic or a fraidy-cat? Love them or loathe them? Either way, we’ve got you covered. Each week, horror fans Jenn and Mikey will take Horror Virgin Todd through the encyclopedia of horror one movie at a time. We’ll discuss classics as well as fan favorites, with the occasional new release thrown in for good measure. Mikey will make inappropriate jokes, Jennifer will gush over Stephen King, and Todd will scream like a little girl at every jump scare ...
 
Travel through this week in TV with Consequence's televisual savants: Allison Shoemaker and Clint Worthington; along with a rotating cast of writers, critics, and exciting people. Don't touch that dial! We also do deeper dives into the boob tube with special segments and highlighted discussions.
 
A Star Wars speculation podcast, where we “Look For News in Alderaan Places!” Head to a galaxy far, far away and jump straight down the garbage chute for the latest news and rumors from the Star Wars Universe. We'll do anything to get a scoop, even make it up! And that's not all - we've got Indy Inquiry and Willow Watch, our segments dedicated to Indiana Jones and the Lucasfilm fantasy epic, Willow!
 
From the padded cells of Smith's Grove Sanitarium to the leafy streets of Haddonfield, Illinois... we are Halloweenies. Each month, McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman will slice through one Halloween movie at a time - all leading up to the October release of David Gordon Green's highly anticipated sequel. There will be tricks, there will be treats, and, yes, there will be blood.
 
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The Opus has reached the end of the Bridge. A lot is made of the fact that Bridge Over Troubled Water was Simon & Garfunkel’s final album. Even 50 years later, fans and historians see the album as the end of the era, when it's so much more than that. Bridge Over Troubled Water wasn’t the end of a road, but a mile marker on a very long highway, full…
 
Nathaniel Rateliff rings up Kyle Meredith to discuss his latest album, And It’s Still Alright, which finds the “S.O.B.” artist returning to his singer-songwriter roots. Rateliff details how much of the writing came after the latest Night Sweats LP where he could look at his recent divorce with the clarity of a little more time. It was around then t…
 
Mike Campbell gives Kyle Meredith a call to discuss Wreckless Abandon, his debut album with The Dirty Knobs. The Heartbreakers co-founder gives us the history of the project, which stretches back over a decade, and talks about what it was like to play nearly-secret live shows with an unknown band that carried no hits to fall back on. We also hear a…
 
This week on the podcast Bryan Dressel, Graham "Scott Hall" Mason, and Matt "Tim-Tom" Dykes discuss The Terminus Mandate in which the Guild Council are required to face their arch rivals one last time before becomming full members of the council. Rusty also trains to go on a date with a top notch prostitute who kills everyone she sleeps with. Does …
 
We’ve moved to a podloft in the middle of the woods to work on our novel and we can’t seem to find the right ending. Join the HV Crew as we try to find our cats and figure out crossbows with Hush. Pod it coward. Jenn’s Links Read This: Hush’s writer-director on the elusive “why” of horror films https://news.avclub.com/read-this-hush-s-writer-direct…
 
3/21/2011 Hot Rod (RIP) discusses: - Working with celebrities - His real life feud with Mr. T and their Wrestlemania II boxing match - They Live - His Piper's Pit idea for Wrestlemania XXVII - Addresses rumors about his health and missing appearances. - Wrestlemania I and why wasn't a singles match between him and Hogan - Why he didn't become WWF C…
 
We discuss the military case for extending the U.S.-Russia New START agreement; the Trump administration’s Middle East peace plan; a first look at new tobacco products; the “golden hour” of stability operations; and what determines the content we read and see online. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.…
 
Lisa Loeb gives Kyle Meredith a call to discuss her latest album, A Simple Trick To Happiness. Her first true-blue adult album in over a decade, the singer-songwriter explains what she brought over from her string of children's albums, why she's focusing on more piano-driven music, and how she's finding inspiration from 70's artists like Elton John…
 
Before the Losers leave Castle Rock for good, they head over to the local theatre to catch Fraser C. Heston's 1993 adaptation of Needful Things. Afterwards, they discuss the film at Nan's over a slice of pie and a cup of warm coffee. From Ed Harris' portrayal of Sheriff Alan Pangborn to Patrick Doyle's spirited score, nothing is left off the table.…
 
In a new feature on our podcast, we are going to do at Throw Back Thursday feature. We will pick some of our all-time favorite episodes and share them with you. In this podcast, Ed Henry joined us to talk about President George H. W. Bush shortly after his passing. Below is his bio that is on the Fox News website. Ed Henry currently serves as the c…
 
The Opus is halfway across the Bridge. What does Alex Jones, Beyoncé's Lemonade, and Simon and Garfunkel have in common? More than you think! In 1969, the two bards were asked to make a TV special to debut 1970's Bridge over Troubled Water. Rather than opting for the traditional approach -- think: Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback special -- they creat…
 
This week's episode is brought to you by Stubhub. Frontman of the legendary alt rock band Afghan Whigs Greg Dulli calls into the show this week to discuss his new solo album, Random Desire. Greg's expansive catalog features a vast array of textured, gritty darkness throughout his time with the Whigs, not to mention The Twilight Singers and Gutter T…
 
Zac Brown gives Kyle Meredith a call to detail his two new records: The Owl features the Zac Brown Band, while The Controversy is billed as his first solo pop album. Both albums showcase an artist stretching out into new sounds and working with some of pop's biggest producers, including Max Martin, Benny Blano, Ryan Tedder, and Skrillex. Brown give…
 
This week on Venture Bros, A Venture Brothers Podcast Bryan Dressel, Graham "Princess Tinglepants" Mason, and Matt "Catclops" Dykes discuss the season seven episode "The Unicorn in Captivity." Easily one of the better episodes of the season, "Unicorn" sees the Monarch joining a heist featuring some wild characters, and a particularly powerful inven…
 
We discuss how policies that punish pregnant women for substance use fail to help mothers or their babies; how little has changed in Zimbabwe since Mugabe’s ouster; the U.S. response system for infectious diseases; the challenges facing civilians after deployment; supporting students with disabilities; and how to prevent escalation with Iran. For m…
 
Walter Martin jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to dive into the details behind his new album, The World At Night. The co-founder of The Walkmen discusses writing much of the new record as a tribute to Stewart Lupton, his childhood friend and collaborator in Jonathan Fire Eater, which more or less launched the NYC indie scene of the late '90s/ea…
 
Discography host Marc With a C posits (and tries to answer) the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary through the season from Jim Myers of Milk Carton Superstars, Razorfist (aka The Rageaholic, host of Black Sabbath: Metal Mythos), Ernie Cunnigan (producer o…
 
Discography host Marc With a C posits the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary from Razorfist (aka The Rageaholic), Ernie Cunnigan (producer of the Forbidden album, guitarist for Body Count), and some recited exclusive commentary from a source that could ch…
 
Discography host Marc With a C posits the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary from Jim Myers of Milk Carton Superstars, plus Razorfist (aka The Rageaholic), Marc chronicles their music from Technical Ecstasy all the way to the oft-misunderstood Seventh Sta…
 
Things are getting a little heated in Castle Rock. Leland Gaunt's having a fire sale over at Needful Things, and the town is losing their minds. Fortunately, the Losers are safely shacked up in the Mellow Tiger, where they can continue discussing Stephen King's epic 1991 classic. Chapters include: Intro, Misery (4:30), Word Processor of the Gods (3…
 
The wait is over! Host Marc With a C posits the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary from Jim Myers of Milk Carton Superstars, Marc chronicles their music from the 1969 debut all the way to Sabotage on this episode! For information regarding your data priva…
 
The Opus is crossing a bridge into its seventh season. All good things come to an end, and that is certainly the case for Simon and Garfunkel. With 1970's Bridge Over Troubled Water, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel sewed a button to their timeless collaboration. At the time, though, the album wasn't exactly the ideal swan song for critics, who were mi…
 
Drive-By Truckers co-lead Patterson Hood speaks with Kyle Meredith about the band's latest LP, The Unraveling. The Athens, GA group found themselves writing arguably their darkest record, an unintended follow up to 2016's American Band that surveys the political landscape in real time. Hood talks about the difficulty of explaining the latest headli…
 
This week's episode is brought to you by Stubhub. This week we're honored to share a conversation with rock legend Huey Lewis. Whether you’ve been a fan since 1983’s runaway success story Sports, Huey Lewis and the News’ “The Power of Love” playing on the Back to the Future soundtrack, or even his earliest performing days with the band Clover, this…
 
Derek Sanders chats with Kyle Meredith about his debut solo EP, My Rock and Roll Heart, which finds the Mayday Parade lead singer recording acoustic covers from Saves The Day, Something Corporate, and The Juliana Theory. The title itself comes from Jimmy Eat World's "A Praise Chorus", which gives the two a chance to discuss the genius of the Bleed …
 
This week on the podcast Bryan Dressel, Graham "Brown Widow" Mason, and Matt "Baron Underbite" Dykes discuss "The Bellicose Proxy." The Monarch decides to join the big villain program and mentors St. Cloud as he arches Quizboy. We also get a deeper look into the mechanics of the Guild as well as its rival the Peril Partnership. We hope you brought …
 
We discuss insights from RAND on the State of the Union; how civic engagement might improve physical and mental health; ways the United States can help China fight the coronavirus outbreak; what provokes Putin; automating U.S. Army convoys; and how to sleep like your relationship depends on it. For more information on this week’s episode, visit ran…
 
The Naked and Famous guest on the latest Kyle Meredith With... to discuss their latest release, Recover, a record that finds them once again becoming a duo after a decade of various lineups. Alisa Xayalith and Thom Powers expand on the the new LP's darker patches, including Powers having a near-death experience after a bout of sepsis, and the momen…
 
There's a new shop in Castle Rock and the Losers are the first to check it out. It's a strange little store named Needful Things, and the shopkeeper is as charming as he is mercurial. They must be cautious. This is the first of two episodes covering Stephen King's epic 1991 classic. Chapters include: Intro, History/The Hook (16:00), Structure and F…
 
Silverstein singer Shane Told jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to dish about the band's latest LP, A Beautiful Place To Drown, which arrives on the emo-metal group's 20th anniversary. Told discusses writing on synth and employing saxophone for the first time, knowing when to scream, and the importance of hope in a set of otherwise despair-fille…
 
This week's episode is brought to you by Stubhub. Coming to you live from the green room at Chicago's Aragon Ballroom, nestled up tight next to the L train tracks, this week we're excited to share a conversation with Jana Hunter of Lower Dens. The Baltimore band's take on indie pop has been adored since 2010 debut Twin-Hand Movement, and last year'…
 
Dave Clark of The Dave Clark Five gives Kyle Meredith a call to talk about the band's new compilation, All The Hits, which finds the legendary group's songs on vinyl for the first time in decades, remixed and remastered at Abbey Road Studios. On that topic, Clark dispels the long-running notion that there was ever a rivalry between the DC5 and The …
 
This week on the podcast Bryan Dressel, Graham "H.E.L.P.eR. MOD-2" Mason, and Matt "Corporal Snoopy" Dykes talk The Inamorata Consequence, which is quite enjoyable...unless you're Matt. The Guild of Calamitous Intent and the OSI renegotiate their contract, Hank reunites with Dermot, and Dean goes back to the place where he learned that he and Hank …
 
It rubs the podcast on its skin or else it gets the hose again. Grab your good bag, your cheap shoes and join the HV Crew for a game of pod pro quo with Silence of the Lambs. We’re having an old pod for dinner. Please Subscribe, Rate and Review The Horror Virgin to help more people discover our community. Help Support our HV Family: Patreon Follow …
 
We discuss the promise of community schools; the costs of uncertainty after Brexit; comparing the coronavirus outbreak to SARS; the burden of health care payments on America’s low-income families; and how thinking machines will change warfare. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.…
 
Poliça vocalist Channy Leaneagh speaks with Kyle Meredith about the band's new record, When We Stay Alive, and the 10 ft. fall from a rooftop that left her temporarily paralyzed while writing the songs. Leaneagh discusses the identities of her own character both before and after the event, the idea of mentally rewriting her own history as an act of…
 
The Losers look ahead into the coming months and see where Stephen King will pop up in 2020. There's The Stand on CBS All Access, Lisey's Story on Apple TV+, and possibly another round with Hulu's Castle Rock. But what about all of those other adaptations that were announced years ago? Are they coming out? Are they still in development? Head to the…
 
Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears gives Kyle Meredith a shout to discuss the band's latest LP, New Empire Vol. 1. The first of two concept albums finds the band in a much heavier setting than usual, a move that 3 Tears argues comes during a time of reimagining that goes beyond the music and even involves the members leaving their trademark face-mas…
 
This week's episode is brought to you by Stubhub. After fighting through a hotel lobby brimming with influencers at a social media conference, host Lior Phillips checks in with Frances Quinlan to discuss her new solo album, Likewise. In the burst of indie guitar bands with raw-hearted lyrics and soaring emotional choruses, Hop Along have always sto…
 
This week on the podcast Bryan Dressel, Graham "Billy Quiz Boy" Mason, and Matt "The Monarch" Dykes discuss The High Cost of Loathing, in which The Monarch deals with the financial challenges of rebuilding his organization. Or as Bryan likes to call it: Season Seven Proper. INTRO MUSIC COURTESY Bradley David Parsons inspired by JG Thrilwell RESEARC…
 
Scotty McCreery gives Kyle Meredith a call to dish on The Soundcheck Sessions EP. The country star discusses the validating moment of taking back control over his songwriting and seeing his album Seasons Change soar to No. 1 with the help of single "Five More Minutes". The feat made him the first artist to do so without a manager or label after hav…
 
We discuss Australia’s wildfires; how artificial intelligence could supercharge disinformation; why the fentanyl crisis requires innovative solutions; Iran’s regional influence; and Medicare’s overpayments to surgeons. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.By RAND Corporation
 
Air’s Nicola Godin gives Kyle Meredith a call to discuss his latest solo album, Concrete and Glass, a concept record that has roots in his love for architecture. Godin speaks about the larger topics in play, working alongside Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor, and why we'll have entire AI-made music on the charts within a year. The two also explore the curr…
 
The Losers return to the Barrens following a lengthy holiday hiatus -- and they've brought a guest. Jenn of The Horror Virgin has tagged along to discuss the grisly crimes behind HBO's The Outsider. Together, they discuss Richard Price's turn into the supernatural, Cynthia Erivo's portrayal of Holly Gibney, and the show's delicate dance with tones.…
 
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