A podcast in which I, Jake the astronaut, discuss a range of topics with musicians and interesting people from in and around Evansville and beyond.
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The drummer of Evansville-based band Farrington Drive spoke with me about all things music and what to expect from them in 2016 and beyond. To keep up with them, like their facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/Farrington-Drive-562634243890125/
In this episode, fellow Jangle Sheep Sean and Mike discuss the Battle for the Buddha on the way back from that epic battle of the bands in St. Louis.
This episode features me discussion with founding member of Evansville-based Quin about local music, his projects and all things Evansville music.
The two founding members of Evansvillains discussed their music and future goals with me in their recording space. Their music can be found at facebook.com/RCtheMC or facebook.com/claymation812.
I discuss all things music, including new recordings and why people even start playing, with lead singer of the So-Long Vinyls, Matt Mudd.
Frequent guest Jesse Rininger and I discuss political and social issues.
In this episode, I introduce a few songs from bands that have been on the show, and one that hasn't but will soon. Thanks for listening. Here are some links:reedfour.comwaxastro.bandcamp.comtexastandthejanglesheep.bandcamp.comreverbnation.com/idder13
The second half of my long political, musical and philosophical conversation with two local musicians and journalists. Zach's band can be followed here:facebook.com/trashloaf
Three fourths of The Jangle Sheep discuss our universe and evolution. We are heading into the studio to record our second EP in early 2016. Look out for announcements in the coming months. For now, check out our debut EP, which was reviewed favorably in News4U:texastandthejanglesheep.bandcamp.com
The first of two episodes with my fellow journalists and musicians. Zach Evans' new band Trash Loaf has begun playing shows in the Tristate area. Keep a look out for those. Jesse Rininger and I have begun producing video content and will begin collaborative productions in 2016. The conversation dips in and out of music, philosophy, politics and sci…
The second and final portion of my conversation with keyboardist Nathan Jochum of Evansville band Trash Loaf. You can follow them and see when and where they're playing next here: https://www.facebook.com/trashloaf
Local musician Nathan Jochum, formerly of The Waywards, stopped by to talk about his new band, Trashloaf. This is part 1 of 2, and a so far unnamed two-piece band that rents at the jam room can be heard in the background of this first episode.
My bandmate in The Jangle Sheep sat and talked with me about the Syrian refugee crisis. This gets pretty political, more music-centered episodes begin in early December.
On a ride to Evansville, Jesse and I discuss some political issues and local media.
Nate and I converse about the videos we are making on the ride home from a shoot. We talk about the videos themselves, getting interrupted while trying to shoot scenes and local media production.
Tell City duo Charms Voormann and I discuss their new album, future recordings and the sonic nuances of their music before the conversation turns to television and some political/philosphical issues.Their music can be found here: https://charmsvoormann.bandcamp.com/
Independent mayoral candidate Steve Wozniak took some time to explain his plans for Evansville which consist of utilizing long existing landmarks and employing long overdue tactics to revitalize the pocket city.
My Jangle Sheep bandmates hung out after practice to talk developments in our band and local music type stuff. I tell a story about a creep at a bar. You can follow us @texastjangle or listen to our music: texastandthejanglesheep.bandcamp.com
Jake Tapley and Nigel Meyer of local band Wax Astro stopped by to speak on their new album, their transformation from Go Nuclear and their new sound.You can follow them at https://www.facebook.com/WaxAstro/ or @waxastrobandTheir new album can be found here starting tomorrow night:https://waxastro.bandcamp.com/…
The Evansville-based band Reed Four stopped by to talk music (including their multiple upcoming releases), live show details, and also some paranormal and space stuff. The best place to learn more about them (and listen to their music) is reedfour.com.
The first one-on-one conversation with my buddy, Jesse Rininger. It gets political and opinionated, but insightful and in-depth. Next week will be a return to music-centered episodes.
A sprawling group discussion featuring Travis Horton (Jangle Sheep), Sean Adams (Jangle Sheep) and our friends Cameron and Sydney that took place on the red couch in Travis' apartment in Evansville.
I discussed many facets of creating and playing hip hop with two members of Louisville area collective Embrace the Hate. The collective's music can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/embracethehate
The second half of my conversation with local reporter/musician Zach Evans. The discussion meanders in the best way to and from local, national, and personal areas of music. The most recent of Canvass can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/courierpress/canvass-ep-20-tom-shouldersThe most recent edition of Pocket City Picks can be found here: htt…
Zach Evans is a local musician in two bands and a local reporter at Evansville Courier & Press. We discuss local music and national politics.
Drew is the drummer of Rare Dog Days and also works for multiple Tristate businesses including Pineapple Project. We discussed his many musical endeavors and the local music scene, as well as many aspects of writing and creating music. The most recent release he is featured on can be found at potatoboy.bandcamp.com and his band can be followed at h…
Teddy King is a wrestler affiliated with WWA (based in central Kentucky). We talk current and past wrestling, including his career and tell some stories from childhood.
The only member of Texas T who hadn't yet graced the TSP podcast discusses local music and more. Texas T's music is available for free at texastandthejanglesheep.bandcamp.com or soundcloud.com/texastjangleAnd can be followed on Twitter: @texastjangle or on Facebook: facebook.com/texastandthejanglesheep…
My Texas T bandmates and I talk many facets of being in a band and making music. Texas T and the Jangle Sheep's debut EP is available for free at texastandthejanglesheep.bandcamp.com and soundcloud.com/texastjangle, and can be followed on twitter: @texastjangle and on facebook: facebook.com/texastandthejanglesheep…
Nate hung out to talk about his vegan lifestyle, the weird support for Donald Trump, and lots of other philosophical stuff.
Another conversation with Sean in which we discuss our band's EP and the general music scene, among many other things music and Evansville.
Four natives of the Tri-state area and former students of USI discuss a range of topics. Hillary's Shih Tzu, Ashton, makes an appearance here and there as well. Enjoy!
I sat with Sean Adams, my bandmate and the drummer in Texas T. We discussed our debut EP (among other things), which is now out at texastandthejanglesheep.bandcamp.com, but was not yet released at the time of this recording.
I sat with two of my good friends to discuss a variety of topics.