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Sounds Gay

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In this mixtape of documentaries, host Sarah Esocoff takes you to rap battles, mosh pits, and songwriting sessions. We’ll explore non-binary identity through emo music and trans history through a lost VHS tape. Sounds Gay tells stories of queer people whose lives have been transformed by music.
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3m0 Podcast

3m0 Podcast

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Welcome to 3m0. Your go to place for nostalgia, angst and all things emo. Lets face it, you used to love MCR, black clothes and myspace. This podcast is for you! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/3m0-podcast/support
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OKC-82

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Matt Burton, Ryan Chapman, Daniel Bell, Jerry Ramsey and Drake Vittitow cover the Oklahoma City Thunder for 107.7 The Franchise in OKC. After each Thunder game, home or away, you can expect an episode with thoughts, opinions from the hosts who cover the team. As well as off-season pods.
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If Tim Ferriss and Nerdist had a love child that loved fitness and Star Wars, it would be this show. This is a fitness podcast that explores the stories of coaches, trainers, athletes and explores their struggles and triumphs. Life is like an RPG so I look to explore the tools they used to conquer their quests.
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The gang had the esteemed pleasure of sitting down with Mercedes Lander and Tara McCleod of the legendary Kittie! This candid discussion includes everything from reminiscence of Ozzfests past and what it's like getting a long overdue re-evaluation in 2024. Don't forget to subscribe and rate the epsiode, and tell us what you think! --- Support this …
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To say The Long Winters had some bad luck getting their music on vinyl would be an understatement: After a hurricane in the mid-2000's sent most copies of an exclusive box set into the Atlantic Ocean, the band struck a relationship last year with Bandbox -- an LP-subscription service doing limited, colored pressings of modern classics and out-of-pr…
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Today on the podcast, we welcome Dallas Green from City and Colour and Alexisonfire. I’ve had the pleasure of working with him over the years and he helped shape who I am. We got to catch up about emo, what Elliott means to him, Canadian bands you should check out, who has been lost, and what he’s looking forward to. Thank you for listening and tha…
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Esquire editor-at-large and former MTV VJ Dave Holmes discusses how his ADHD allowed him to embrace the chaos of live television, why hitting up a NYC vinyl listening bar with The Mandalorian didn't go exactly as planned, and his new podcast docuseries examining MTV's cultural impact. Subscribe to Who Killed the Video Star?: The Story of MTV wherev…
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Hello! For my day job, I host and produce Looped In: Chicago, a podcast for WBBM Newsradio. And this week, they allowed me to make an episode all about the city's ties, past and present, to the record industry. So while it's different from your typical Vinyl Emergency episode, I hope you'll find this one to be an equally engaging listen, with guest…
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Originally from Baltimore, Christine Osazuwa got her start in music at 15. She holds degrees in music, marketing and data science and combined those passions into roles in data & marketing at Universal Music Sweden and Warner Music Group in London. Currently, Christine is the Chief Strategy Officer for ticketing & event marketing startup Shoobs whe…
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This is an encore presentation of a previous episode, originally airing in December 2020. On today's show, keyboardist Derry deBorja (of Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit) talks about the musical influence of his older brother, his time as a member of Son Volt, how experimenting with a modular synth has changed how he views composition, and the 400 Uni…
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Featured Tracks: Strung Out - Daggers Death By Stereo - I Think About Killing You Every Day Too Bad Eugene - Morning Song Hit us up for FREE swag! Link Tree https://linktr.ee/punktree Instagram https://www.instagram.com/punk.tree/ Twitter https://twitter.com/punk_tree Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thepunktree/ Email thepunktree@gmail.com Proud …
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Since his last visit to Vinyl Emergency in August 2020, Nashville singer/songwriter Ruston Kelly has narrowly escaped a fiery bus explosion, sold off nearly every physical stage piece from his last tour, and rehabbed an old Victorian bungalow with his own two hands. And while all of these experiences are worth talking about, today he says that bein…
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Aiden are cancelled. MAJOR TRIGGER WARNINGS for all types of abuse, self harm, suicidal ideation, eating disorders and absolutely everything else. This is a tough one so please mind yourselves. Women's Aid 24 hour helpline: 1800 341 900 Men's Aid Confidential National Support Line: 01-5543811 Learn the red flags of abuse - Too Into You…
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In bands like Volcano Choir, Pele, Vermont and Collections of Colonies of Bees, guitarist Chris Rosenau has actively sought out a unique ambiguity. Whether through off-kilter tunings, a myriad of loop pedals or long-form improvisations in 130-degree heat, he says he finds his most interesting work comes from trusting others. And that trust has buil…
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Today on the podcast, we welcome Tim Semple, drummer from Boilermaker. Boilermaker was a band from the San Diego area and was on a few labels, including our friends Better Looking Records, who had a CD compilation called Leucadia that has been taking on a life of its own over the years. As the constant feeding frenzy for what’s not streaming, Boile…
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Today on the podcast, we welcome Jason Trabue. He’s an accomplished tour and production manager for many bands, including Jimmy Eat World and Garbage. His story of how he got there slides into hardcore and emo with his roots in Kansas City, deciding to try something and started learning the road from the other side. You may have seen him with Hopes…
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While on the Milwaukee Brewers roster in 2011, major league pitcher John Axford created a buzz among indie-rock baseball nerds by forgoing the standard jock jams and using Refused's "New Noise" as his game entrance music. While exposing thousands to the Swedish hardcore band’s chaotic screams and atonal, pummeling instrumentation, the choice also g…
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