A weekly volley of music and interviews launched straight at your headphones. Every week we talk to rock bands, metal bands, dance bands, punk bands, glam bands, indie rock bands - any band we please about anything we please.
Nothing says summer like rocking out with tweens in the rain! Brian and Ben observe and report from the first outdoor concert of this season at White River. A quick review of Cobra Starship, Metro Station, and Fall Out Boy
Brian gets on the horn with solo synth master Kyle Knight, also known as the Emtron to talk about all sorts of awesomeness.
This week Brian talks with Jeremy McKinnon from Florida's A Day To Remember. Their new record "Homesick" is out now on Victory Records
This week we have Chris V. on the show from New York's Beasts of Eden, an awesome rock quartet that brings to mind No Knife*, The Beatles, and general awesomeness. On the show we have three tracks from their 2007 EP and some great conversation about influences and their trip last year to Cabo with a bunch of playboy bunnies.…
This week Brian talks with Matt form Philadelphia's Mose Giganticus. This keytar led rock band is surprisingly brutal. Check out this episode for three tracks and an interview.
Brian talks with Marc from Azeda Booth via payphone at South by Southwest. Their new EP, TubTrek is fantastic, and it is also free, so hop to it.
Brian talks with Juan Maclean about their the new record, The Future Will Come, out 4/14 on DFA. Features a James Curd remix of One Day.
Brian talks with Charles from Montreal's Winter Gloves, featuring two tracks from the band. "Let Me Drive" and a cover of LCD Soundsystem's "Someone Great."
Three tracks with Demiricious, featuring songs from both of their records as well as bonus renditions of two of the songs. Brian hangs out with the band after rehearsal at Vibes 2 in Indianapolis. These guys are brutal, and amazing guys to boot.
Brooklyn's Finding Fiction are great and sound like a mashup of every guitar rock band I love and awesome. I was able to get on the phone with Mario Saturday and talk about writing music, geeking out over Apple tech, and rocking.
This week we get all four tracks from Phoenix Bodies' brutal next release, a split with HeWhoCorrupts. Brian and Derek talk about all sorts of crap.
This week we talk to Ryan Reidy about Indianapolis rock alchemists, Thunders.
Brian talks to Daniel from Everthus the Deadbeats about their particular brand of glam, as well as about the Indy and Muncie, Indiana music scene, as well as about two track's from the band's latest record.
Brian interviews Jonothan Newby, formerly of the band Brazil. Featuring conversation and tracks from the band's new post-mortem EP, "Ere I am, J.H."
Brian talks with Jon from Mason Proper about the band's new record, their upcoming shows, and all sorts of other stuff. Check it out, and be sure to subscribe to the feed if you like what you hear!
Brian gets on the phone with Kenny Childers of Bloomington, Indiana's Gentleman Caller. Kenny talks about their new record, "Gentleman Caller Vs. The Elephant," and relates stories about being in the studio, writing songs, influences, and playing shows.
We had another cancelled interview this week, so Rob G. and I spin some tracks from the Podsafe Music Network (music.podshow.com) Give a listen and check us out next week when we have The Duke Spirit on the show.
This week's episode ends up being another music mix - We have two interviews lined up for next week, so keep an eye out.This episodes first track is from The Duke Spirit's "Cuts Across the Land", who are playing in Indianapolis at Radio Radio on December 2nd. There is a rumor we may be featuring an interview with them next week. :)Up next is Indian…
This weeks episode is less talk and more rock. Actually it is all rock, featuring new tracks from The Bronx, Third Eye Blind, The Juan Maclean, Emergency Music, and Gazelles.
Rob G. and Brian visit the local Denny's to eat the Eagles of Death Metal's "Heart On A Plate" dinner from Denny's Rock Star menu. Things do not go as planned, but there is a happy ending.
Rob G. and Brian get on the phone with Corey Warning from The Graduate, and talk to them about three tracks on the show. Songs on this episode are "I Survived," "Anedohnia," and "Doppleganger."
Brian interviews Monotonix (Awesome rock band from Tel Aviv, Israel) and Call Me Lightning (also an awesome band, but from Milwaukee) after their show at the Melody Inn. Tony Beemer and Brian Allen of Indianapolis's Thunders co-host.
Brian interviews Daniel Ingala from Plusgun. Check out the show to hear Dan talk about the band, their upcoming full length, and the song"Just Impolite." Listen through the interview to hear the song, links to downloads at RockitBomb.com/plushgun.
Brian sits down backstage at the Murat Egyptian room with InnerPartySystem, Pennsylvania's new electronic rock machine. Check out the interview, and three live tracks from their set. Be sure to pick up the band's new record on September 30th, 2008.
An interview with Kevin Thornton of Waves on Waves, plus the band's live set from 9/4/2008. Guests on this episode include all of the members of one of Kevin's previous bands, Catharsis and The Humdrum - Jonathan Newby (formerly of Brazil) and Matt Miller.
Jill and Brandon talk about the band's past, present, and future, and play a set full of awesomeness, all of which is available in this episode.
Review of Modest Mouse's Indianapolis Show.
Brian and Richad Edwards of Margot and the Nuclear So and Sos interview Nada Surf at Birdy's.
Review of Regina Spektor's October 2nd performance.
We saw Bloc Party party.
Carl from Salvation joins Brian at the Murat to experience Queens of The Stone Age.
Snow Patrol rocks the Lawn, people relax to Hot Hot Heat.
Brian and Antonio go see Interpol.
Brian and Antonio take a call with Sam Endicott of synth-rocking band The Bravery.
Ben and Brian stand outside and talk to Damon from Don Cab as he sits on the Air Conditioner. Recorded on July 20th at Local's Only in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Antonio and Brian drive home from Local's Only and talk about the Don Caballero show.
Antonio, Brian, and Sean Interview Dave from The Prids at the historic Melody Inn.
Review of The Prids and opening acts from July 13th, 2007 show in Indianapolis, Indiana
Review of Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter stand up show.
Brian and Ben interview Travis Shettel of Piebald before their June 27th show in Indianapolis, Indiana.
mewithoutyou and Piebald - June 27th - Indianapolis, Indiana