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"Thursday the 12th is bad for your health. Tomorrow is worse. Predicting the curse. What does it all mean?" Fozzy Looking for some laughter? A trip down Memory Lane? The Pfuckyour Brothers discuss all things music, movies, wrestling, 80's pop culture, podcasting, conspiracy theories, life, ZEPPOLE and more. Rich Masotti is a VO talent and actor. Guy Monica is a carpenter and savant. They’re a duo like few others. http://thursdaythe12thpodcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursd ...
 
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Kansas City native Nathan Ellis joined the pioneering experimental outfit Coalesce in the late 90's, as they made a name across the globe for intricate dynamics partnered with the fervency of hardcore punk and a live show that bordered on chaos. He later formed The Casket Lottery with more dialed-in, yet equally engaging songwriting, pointing to ar…
 
4x Grammy-winning producer, engineer and mixer Vance Powell has worked with a wide range of artists and bands including Chris Stapleton, Buddy Guy and Phish. For vinyl collectors, he's arguably most known for being a consistent studio go-to for Jack White, not only being involved with proper studio releases from Jack and his various projects (The D…
 
Trained as an electrical engineer but with a passion for music Mike Piera aka Analog Man is the perfect guide to the extremely dense world of effect pedals. He started by repairing desirable vintage pedals which led him to modifying, reproducing, and eventually manufacturing his own line of Analog Man Pedals. We visited with Mike in early March 202…
 
Early in his musical development, Dan Wilson was sure his true calling was to be a songwriter-for-hire, similar to his heroes like Carole King. And this drive continued despite the rise of his own Minneapolis-based band Semisonic in the late 90's and early 2000's, whose massive hit "Closing Time" remains one of the most recognizable singles of the …
 
Found footage. Horror. "A journalist from an Eastern European country arrives in Paris to start a tour of European capitals. His intention is to make a documentary about the European dream. Between fascination and difficulty of adaptation, Sorgoï struggles to complete his project and his expedition drives him to a devastating state of madness." IMD…
 
Baritone saxophonist Gary Smulyan, known for his tenure with the Vangaurd Jazz Orchestra, has released a new Steeple Chase recording entitled Our Contrafacts with bassist David Wong and percussionist Rodney Green. In this episode of LINER NOTES Gary talks about his bout with the corona virus and his thoughts about the pandemic that is re-shaping th…
 
For more than 20 years, Kentucky quintet My Morning Jacket has continually shifted and grown its sound — embracing folk, soul and psychedelia — leading to three Grammy nominations and a reputation as one of the best live acts working today. Half a decade after releasing their seventh studio album The Waterfall, ten more tracks from those same sessi…
 
Los Angeles native Robert Fisher has designed records for some of the most popular acts since the alternative rock boom, including Beck, Weezer and No Doubt. But starting with 'Nevermind' onward -- including all posthumous releases following Kurt Cobain's death -- Robert is most recognized for being Nirvana's sole art director, creating iconic albu…
 
First emerging from Minneapolis in the mid-80's, The Jayhawks have become one of the most noteworthy and influential bands within Americana/folk-rock, releasing a pair of albums between 1992 and 1995 (Hollywood Town Hall and Tomorrow the Green Grass) that are cited by fans and critics alike as touchstones of their genre. Today, lead singer/guitaris…
 
Joseph "Run" Simmons and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels formed Run-DMC in the early 1980's and, over 35 years since being joined by groundbreaking DJ Jam Master Jay and releasing their first single, the trio is still recognized as one of rap and hip-hop's most influential acts. Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2009, Run-DMC was the first rap g…
 
Raised in Virginia, Caroline Spence grew up experiencing vinyl mainly through her dad's taped collection of Beatles records, and later absorbed that collection - along with her aunt's LP's - as she began to make a name for herself as a singer/songwriter both in and outside of Nashville. Rolling Stone heralded her 2019 full-length Mint Condition as …
 
Saxophonist Donny McCaslin’s career dramatically changed after being an integral part of David Bowie’s last recording Black Star. In this episode of Liner Notes Donny reflects on how the association with Bowie has shaped his creative process. In this time of quarantine Donny and I spoke remotely. A shout to out engineer Marco Mendoza for putting to…
 
Influenced heavily by The Smithereens, The Replacements and R.E.M., Arizona mainstays Gin Blossoms became one of the biggest bands of the early and mid-90's. Single after single from their major label debut New Miserable Experience -- "Hey Jealousy," "Found Out About You," "Until I Fall Away" and more -- caught fire on MTV as well as on pop, altern…
 
Finally! Truth or Dare? "Go ahead..." 🤷🏻‍♂️ MaryAnn suggested it and Gilligan obliged. So we're playing! This is definitely rated R, folks, and definitely hilarious. Other topics include: Bachelor Party starring Tom Hanks. Copyright 2020 Rich Masotti. Except for the approved music from Jason Bieler and Prince Nygon, and the clips parodied herein. #…
 
An accomplished producer and multi-instrumentalist who has worked with everyone from The Shins to The Chieftains, Chris Funk is a founding member of beloved Pacific Northwest quintet The Decemberists, who mark their 20th anniversary this year. Known for a narrative heart that's half-Morrissey, half-Herman Melville, Rolling Stone has called their wo…
 
Composer and Bassist Gregg August’s Dialogues on Race was composed 10 years ago and was inspired by the election of Barack Obama combined with his discovery of the compelling story of Emmett Till. Now, a decade later a decision to step beyond the safety of the music was motivation to record it with the intention of facilitating a conversation on th…
 
Frank "El Cid" Monica makes his debut on the podcast joining Tina Q, the lovely Miss Elizabeth, Shemp Charmin the Chimp, and Large. Live from the Maestro's! http://thursdaythe12thpodcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518?mt=2&ls=1 https://open.spotify.com/show/0GoSXNHPhiHUXAsuUPyYL1 https://www.facebook.com/g…
 
Nashville singer/songwriter Lilly Hiatt returns to Vinyl Emergency to discuss the loss of the legendary John Prine, her new album Walking Proof, records she added to her collection since her last time on the show and the positivity she's finding between Nashville's recent destructive tornado and the current pandemic crisis. Dig back to Episode 75 f…
 
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