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Hosts, Mike Harris and Jode Millman, draw back the curtain and invite you backstage at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and UPAC in Kingston, NY for intimate conversations with musicians and performers appearing at the historic venues. Guests include Chris Silva, Executive Director of the Bardavon, Floriana Frassetto, Creator and Artistic Director of Mummenschantz and Mary Stuart Masterson, Actor, Director, Producer and Community Activist. Backstage with the Bardavon is cr ...
 
Sofisma is a blues& classic rock´n roll band which has been playing in pubs, night clubs, big stages and special events for 18 years, always showing the musicians´performance and powerful set list as its main qualities. At every concert, love for music is shown using the crowd as a part of the band and the several different styles of Rock . Teasing the crowd is a way to explain that Rock´n Roll is not only music, it is attitude, and the unique set of different songs takes the crowd into a hi ...
 
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Our very special guest is Damian Darlington, Musical Director, guitarist and vocalist with the “World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show”, Brit Floyd. Currently on their post-pandemic tour, Brit Floyd is covering North America, including our own UPAC in Kingston, NY. While staying true to the source material, Brit Floyd stamps their own musical brand on th…
 
Raquel Rosario Sánchez is a writer, campaigner and researcher from the Dominican Republic. She is currently working on her PhD at the University of Bristol in the U.K. Raquel’s academic specialism is violence against women, and in 2018, when she chaired a meeting of the organization Woman's Place UK, she began to be targeted by transgender activist…
 
In this episode, we speak to Corduroy Brown and dive into his new album, "Let Me Know". Join us as we talk about all the little details: construction of the album, the meaning behind it and maybe a few easter eggs you didn't even know about. This episode is sponsored by BlueLava Audio. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and let us know what you th…
 
Isabella is a birth worker, radical feminist and hypnotist. In her very first doula training back in 2016, she was taught that “men can give birth too.” This phrase was her entrance into the world of gender identity ideology, a dogma she is now deeply critical of.
 
Join us for a lively conversation with legendary Blues Guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer, Joe Louis Walker, as he talks music and current world events. An inductee into the Blues Hall of Fame, Grammy nominee and multiple Blues Music Award winner, JLW has teamed with musical greats such as Bonnie Raitt, Tower of Power, Taj Mahal and James C…
 
Karen Davis is a musician and music teacher who has become a sensation among the gender critical crowd on Twitter and YouTube. Her blend of music, humor, and outrage has put her in the spotlight recently, in particular with a video called “Black Birthing Bodies. REALLY?” Karen's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYj9...…
 
Music consumption has a far greater history than the days of classic record stores and 45s. It has prehistoric roots that somehow led to an era in which we enjoy multiple online and mobile options for listening to, well, pretty much whatever we want. So, how did we get here? Join as we discuss from the very beginning of music distribution and the s…
 
My guest in this episode is Amy, a fifteen year old girl who writes and speaks publicly about her experience as someone who doesn’t subscribe to gender identity ideology. We are in an era where it’s practically social suicide in her age group, particularly in the LGBT community, to disagree with ideas like “trans women are women,” or that being sam…
 
This conversation is the first time Sasha and M.K. ever spoke. In this recording from December 2020, Sasha interviews M.K. about her experience being fired and cancelled for her feminist and gender critical views. The two also have a discussion about censorship, radical feminism versus liberal feminism, the left’s problem with class and free speech…
 
There is no doubt that recording has impacted the art of music. It has altered how music is transmitted, preserved, heard, performed, and composed. The possibility of preserving musical performances by recording utterly changed the social and artistic meanings of music. Join us as we dive into all the cool details behind the history of recording. T…
 
This is the second episode of a 5 part series *spoilers from previous episodes. We highly recommend starting at Part 1: How has sound reinforcement impacted the art of music? Join us as we dive into electric instruments, starting with the electric guitar. What was the purpose for the electric guitar? Was it a building block for the world of music w…
 
This episode we make a special announcement and look back over some of our favorite past episodes of Identity Crisis. --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with the modern orthodoxy of gender identity ideology—developed in collaboration between Plebity and 4W by Sasha White and M. K. Fain. Each week, we will answer …
 
In this episode, we discuss the recent Billie Eilish music video in which the pop-star adopted a newly sexual persona. We talk about the commercialization of women's bodies and the pointlessness of movements like Slut Walk and the push for sexual "empowerment" AKA self-objectification. --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people str…
 
This episode is part 1 in a 5 part series on how technology has had a profound influence on the art of music. Join us as we dive into music performances that were not acoustically sound to the invention of electricity and amplification. How did this shape music and why is it so impactful?] This episode is sponsored by BlueLava Audio and Garthology …
 
In this episode, we attempt to chronicle what we consider the decline of the ACLU. We begin with a game where we take a drink every time Chase Strangio tells a lie in this interview on Democracy Now (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzxEH...). Then we discuss this recent New York Times article: "Once a Bastion of Free Speech, the A.C.L.U. Faces an I…
 
In these waning days of pandemic craziness, it's nice to have a girl friend to chat with. On this episode, our very special guest is American Pop Folk singer and songwriter, Dar Williams. Having toured with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Patti Griffin, Ani DeFranco, Shawn Colvin and Joan Baez, Dar has established herself as a woman who follows her muses fr…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation about why we do or not consider ourselves feminists. From victimhood to group based identity, we discuss/debate several issues within feminist ideology as well as the value of taking on labels at all. Read more at 4w: https://4w.pub/why-i-still-call-myself-a-feminist/ --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly sho…
 
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; the good, the bad and the ugly. And how we could reform the Hall of Fame to become something so much better with appreciation towards the actual musicians. Is there a way to better honor all of their hard work? We think so! Guest: Jon Compton This episode is sponsored by BlueLava Audio and Garthology Podcast. Follow …
 
In this episode, MK appears in her professional capacity as the Communications Director at WoLF to explain the ongoing story that the ACLU is trying to cover up: that convicted male rapists are being transferred to female prisons in Washington State on the basis that these men self-identify as transwomen. Read more: https://www.womensliberationfron…
 
In this episode we dive into the topic of non-binary identity, in particular when adopted by women. With Demi Lovato as a recent and famous example, and the general trend of young women currently taking on the label, we consider why a certain segment of women today are attempting to flee womanhood through this new identity. Read more on 4W: https:/…
 
Is success measured by the amount of awards you are given? Just because you have a hit, doesn't always mean the song can stand the test of time. Join us as we debunk and pull apart certain music award agencies and show that awards haven't always been around. This episode is sponsored by BlueLava Audio and Garthology Podcast. Follow us on Facebook a…
 
In this episode, we discuss the story of Valerie Pelletier, who was fired from a Canadian women’s organization last year for expressing her gender critical views outside of work. Valerie went public with the details of her story on May 14th, in an interview with Plebity. We discuss the ins and outs of the story, what we think of it, and why this is…
 
Does shame play a role in encouraging people to remain silent rather than to speak out about a controversial issue? Does it have a role in helping bad ideas to disseminate? Read more on 4W: https://4w.pub/identity-crisis-does-public-shaming-work/ --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with the modern orthodoxy of gen…
 
In this episode, we have three very special guests who will actually be taking us backstage at the Bardavon and UPAC. Joining us is Stephen LaMarca, Managing Director of Theater Productions, Tom Rosato, Technical Director and Audio, and Nicole Raskofp, Technical Director/ Lighting Designer. They are the technical team who make sure the lights go an…
 
This episode is the second part of a two part series on surviving cancellation (part one is episode 14). MK and Sasha talk about how to rebuild after a cancellation or firing. Read more on 4W: https://4w.pub/how-to-survive-cancellation-part-2-building-back-better/ --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with the moder…
 
This episode is the first half of a two-part series on surviving cancellation. In this episode, we dish on our own cancellation stories, and share memories of how we got through the firings, smears, and cultural condemnation. Read more on 4W: https://4w.pub/how-to-survive-cancellation-part-1-the-immediate-aftermath/ --- “Identity Crisis” is a new w…
 
A look into the unsung heroes! Session musicians, Producers, Songwriters and the ones that do it all! Often times, these people are not known. Their identities are often pushed to the side and we forget how important these jobs are to writing a hit song. Join us as we discuss their importance and what their jobs actually entail. This episode is spo…
 
Johnathan Smith is an exceptional session and touring musician and producer. Based out of Nashville, TN, Johnathan is no stranger to the stage. Join us as we talk about the hype behind performing, touring and being a session musician. Follow Rocking with Bach on Facebook Follow Johnathan Smith @ Instagram @johnieteckno , Facebook Videos: Johnathan …
 
Some musicians venture off and do their own thing. This is a very normal trend. But what happens when a certain musician leaves an already very successful band or group to start their own solo career? Join us as we talk about epic fails and completely dominating circumstances. This episode is brought to you in part by Blue Lava Audio and Garthology…
 
This week we follow up our discussion on the Arkansas bill, which banned transition procedures for minors, with a discussion about teenage social contagions. We talk about how the social contagion of our teen years was self-harm, and the tragic fact that today's contagion—rapid onset gender dysphoria—cannot be outgrown if taken too far. --- “Identi…
 
In this episode we talk about two Arkansas bills—HB1570 and HB1749—both of which pertain to minors undergoing gender transition. The first bill we discuss, HB 1570, titled the "Save Adolescents From Experimentation (SAFE) Act" prohibits medical gender procedures for minors (these include puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and a variety of surger…
 
We have been growing and we are doing some rebranding! New name, same us; Rockn' with Bach. Some say that the devil’s in the details, and if you listen closely, you’ll indeed spot the Devil in many genres and time frames of music throughout history. This episode is brought to you in part by Blue Lava Audio and Garthology. We appreciate you! Thanks …
 
In this episode, we talk about the distinction between being silenced and being silent (as Oprah Winfrey puts it in her interview with Meghan Markle). We discuss the case of Robert Hoogland, a Canadian man who is currently in prison for breaking a gag order that forbade him from speaking out against his daughter’s medical transition. If convicted, …
 
Identity Crisis Episode 10: How To Question Everything Without Going Crazy In this episode, we follow up last week's chat about logical fallacies with a conversation about how we've questioned our own assumptions and ideologies and what we've learned from it. Read more on 4W: https://4w.pub/identity-crisis-how-to-question-everything-without-going-c…
 
What does a song mean to you? Can songs have different meaning? What does it take for a song to be a true testament of good song writing? Join us in this episode as we dive into several songs; their true meanings and the multiple meanings they have represented over the years. This episode is brought to you in part by Blue Lava Audio and Garthology.…
 
In these days of COVID-19, our podcast has reached out to residents of the Hudson Valley who have been instrumental in the development of our unique music scene. Joining us today is Murali Coryell, acclaimed singer, guitarist and songwriter, and Hudson Valley resident. Murali’s blues guitar chops have landed him on stages around the world and into …
 
Identity Crisis Episode 9: Logical Fallacies This week on Identity Crisis, we talk about some logical/argumentative fallacies and how they might pertain to the gender debate and identity politics in general. Read more on 4W: https://4w.pub/identity-crisis-logical-fallacies The fallacies we cover are: 1. Equivocation 2. Proof by assertion / argument…
 
Identity Crisis Episode 8: Equality Act Deep Dive with WoLF's Lauren Adams This week on Identity Crisis, we are joined by guest Lauren Adams, Legal Counsel for Women's Liberation Front, to do a deep-dive into the legal concepts of the Equality Act. We discuss the concepts of intermediate scrutiny, bona fide occupational requirements, and how the bi…
 
This episode is sponsored by Garthology and Blue Lava Audio. Is popular music of today is just another post? Another like? Do you miss MTV? In this episode, we interview Ben Owens and Jacob Miller from Is This Entertainment? Podcast and discuss music trends and other fun things about our lives. This is our first video podcast and we had a blast! Fo…
 
Identity Crisis Episode 7: How to Have Better Conversations on Hot-Button Issues Sasha and M. K. role-play having a debate on gender identity, and discover the secret to not getting put on the defensive. Links This week's column in 4W: 4w.pub/identity-crisis-better-debates --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with …
 
Identity Crisis Episode 6: Reacting to Woke Instagram Sasha and M. K. take a deep dive into woke Instagram. We read and analyze posts from a popular account that "dissect[s] progressive politics and social issues in graphic slideshow form". We break down a number of neoliberal and pop political talking points about the paradox of tolerance, Karl Po…
 
Identity Crisis Episode 4: Conformity and Preference Falsification Sasha and M. K. discuss losing friends over politics, building resilient relationships, and give four tips on how to survive as a gender critical teen. --- Links This week's column in 4W: https://4w.pub/identity-crisis-losing-friends/ --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for y…
 
Thank you for being so patient during our ice storm! We finally have power and a electrifying episode for you! Join us as we dive into part 2 and discover why we think musicians deaths are replaced by conspiracy theories. In this episode, we focus on Mozart and Easy E. Todays episode is sponsored by: Blue Lava Audio. We appreciate you! Thanks for l…
 
Identity Crisis Episode 4: Conformity and Preference Falsification Sasha and M. K. discuss the psychological bias towards conformity and how preference falsification can lead to a silent majority. --- Links This week's column in 4W: https://4w.pub/identity-crisis-conformity-and-preference-falsification The Asch Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?…
 
We are BACH! And we are so excited for season 2! Pop culture has consistently generated a plethora of bizarre stories connected to various musicians. Some true and some fabricated. Join us as we talk about the conspiracy theories surrounding musicians deaths and break apart the facts to find truth of our own. Todays episode is sponsored by: Blue La…
 
In these days of COVID-19, our podcast has reached out to residents of the Hudson Valley who have been instrumental in the development of our unique music scene. Joining us today is John Barry, freelance writer, and former music and arts writer for the Poughkeepsie Journal. During his time at the Poughkeepsie Journal, John has covered everything fr…
 
Identity Crisis Episode Three: Sasha and M. K. discuss how to turn negative feelings into productive action + Bonus debate on porn and how to have a healthy disagreement A 4W and Plebity Collaboration featuring M. K. Fain and Sasha White --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with the modern orthodoxy of gender ident…
 
Identity Crisis Episode Two: Sasha and M. K. discuss how to respond when someone asks for your pronouns A 4W and Plebity Collaboration featuring M. K. Fain and Sasha White --- “Identity Crisis” is a new weekly show for young people struggling with the modern orthodoxy of gender identity ideology—developed in collaboration between Plebity and 4W by …
 
In this bonus episode, Sasha and M. K. discuss Biden's Executive Order on "gender identity" and how you can take action A 4W and Plebity Collaboration featuring M. K. Fain and Sasha White Read more about the Executive Order: https://www.womensliberationfront.org/news/president-biden-executive-orders-day-1 Take Action: https://womensliberationfront.…
 
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