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Best TAPE Community Music podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best TAPE Community Music podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Telling the story of the sound of Muscle Shoals, the hit recording capital of the world, and its far-reaching musical and artistic community. Muscle Shoals Storytellers brings you interviews from legendary Muscle Shoals musicians, including the Swampers, as well as other artists, engineers, producers, and entrepreneurs that come to the area to record in our historic studios.
 
They pick 'em, then talk about 'em! Join Matt Latham as he sits down with a guest to chat about an album they want to talk about. Be it an all-time favourite or an album that the guest just can't stop listening to: guaranteed positive talk about the music people love.
 
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Kaley is back to talk about Vanessa Carlton's second album and the controversy that killed it. They discuss the songs, Vanessa's "place" in the music scene at the time and what happened when Kaley saw her in 2005, Also, Matt does a dramatic reading of rap lyrics. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Kaley Roberts Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @Pi…
 
Back yet again for a THIRD time, Helena Deakin talks about Caroline Polachek's 2019 "Pang". They'll talk about the usual things: songs, songwriting, Caroline etc. etc. There's even a bit about Matt dancing on Instagram stories you can easily skip. We'll wait. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Helena Deakin You can follow Helena on Instagram: @hel.grace. Fol…
 
We're back! After a break and some slight deviations due to milestones and Christmas Matt is back to talk albums! This fortnight we welcome back Tony Black to talk about the Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Soundtrack! Full of late 60s rock, Tony and Matt talk about it's relationship with the film and soundtracks in general. THERE ARE NO SPOILERS FOR …
 
Kwaku Aning is praxis of music, teach, and heart in education. Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking at the San Diego Jewish Academy, he is one of few guests that has experience in private, charter, and public arenas. Our range of topics includes the damage of NCLB, tech pitfalls and benefits, as well as my irrational f…
 
York based Indie-pop band Teen Girl Scientist Monthly are our top album of 2019. Lots of upbeat sounding songs with gang-vocal chants and just plain fun. Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: WeBuyRecords Podcast! http://www.spreaker.com/show/we-buy-records Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com. Join th…
 
GIRLI is the name of Milley Toovey's genre-warping musical project that covers all sorts of genres like rap, dance, pop, punk, riotgrrl and even poetry. Odd One Out is an album that offers a snapshot of what she's capable of. Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Simon from the Giddy Carousel of Pop: https://www.spreaker.com/show/giddypoppod Ian from W…
 
The PickADisc supergroup that is made of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes released this concept album in January of this year (days after we recorded the Phoebe episode) and it turned out to be a match made in music heaven. Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Tracey B from the WeDigMusic Podcast! https://www.wedigpodcasts.com/new-blog …
 
New day, new album! Massachusetts Punk band Potty Mouth is next up with their awesome sounding pop-punk album "SNAFU". Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Christ Stachiw of the One Season Show Colin from WeDigMusic! https://www.wedigpodcasts.com/new-blog Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com. Join the…
 
Please - you know this is going to be full of silly names. First up, Matt picks "Family Mammal" by Brighton/Bury St Edmunds trio Gaffa Tape Sandy! High octane rock that feels like it's influenced by a load of Matt's favourite bands! Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Tim Henton from Without A Mouse: https://www.spreaker.com/show/without-a-mouse Foll…
 
IT'S CHRIIIIIISTMAAAAAAAAAASSSS!! Colin from WeDigMusic is back once again with a playlist of gifts in song form to go through as he and Matt talk about Christmas music. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Colin from WeDigMusic You can follow Colin's ventures below: https://www.wedigpodcasts.com/ https://drivenlikethesnow.bandcamp.com/ Follow us on Twitter, F…
 
Enoch "Skeeter" Thompson grew up in Bailey's Crossroads and got his first guitar as a reward from his baseball coach for pitching a no-hitter in the championship game. From there, he met Franz Stahl at school and his new friend helped him learn how to play that guitar. The two, along with Franz’s older brother Pete Stahl on vocals and Kent Stax on …
 
Chosen by people on Twitter, Matt listens to Back to Bedlam by James Blunt for the first time whilst listening to it. Expect tangents on Blade Runner and when he passed his driving test. He also mispronounces a name or two. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com. Join the PickADis…
 
Steve Garcia is local to the podcast, and a product of the local school districts in the South Bay of San Diego, CA. He is a proprietor, brand manager, and all-around entrepreneur. Steve is a graduate of the San Diego State University Craft Brew Business Program and part owner of 3 Punk Ales in Chula Vista, CA. He is our first guest that is not in …
 
Linkin Park's "Hybrid Theory" blew up - breaking records and launching a new classic album into the musicsphere. Returnee Chris Wilson shows up to talk about how he found the album and why it's so bloomin' awesome. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Chris Wilson Listen to Cinemortuary here: https://www.spreaker.com/show/cinemortuary-podcast Listen to Witho…
 
Why should I listen? Ask us Anything is an open and honest podcast about youth homelessness, recorded and produced by young people that have experienced hostel living and living on the streets. In the podcast we’re going to share some real life stories from how we became homeless to how we shave (do we really use a chainsaw??). We want to change pe…
 
Vivek Rangarajan is the DJ and host of Death Waves, a call to all metallic heshers, greasy punx, industrial noisemongers, and synthwave junkies, on WGMU radio. D E A T H W A V E S is their mecca, presenting thick slabs of punishing audial assaults back to the roots of degeneracy, while looking towards our future doomsday. Listen live every Wednesda…
 
This podcast features interviews with Billy and Huw, staff members at the Llandudno base of Blind Veterans UK. These interviews have been conducted as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded project, which aims to 'Bring Stories to Life' and encourage creative response work based on the experiences of veterans and the archive of stories and images from t…
 
A series where I, Niall Jones, play video games with guests and chat about mental health! The idea is to bring awareness and the conversation around mental health to more people, and to show that it can be talked about in a relaxed manner. I can talk from my own experiences with anxiety and depression, and it's really inspiring hearing other people…
 
Tame Impala is the name of the music project of Australian multi-instrumentalist Kevin Parker. Jess Byard of the One Season Show guests to talk about how the album soundtracked a transitional period in her life and how much she resonates with the themes of the album. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Jess Byard Listen to The One Season Show here: https://…
 
Mark Robinson founded the indie band Unrest with Phil Krauth and Tim Moran while still attending Wakefield High in Arlington, VA. He started the label Teen Beat Records as a kind of lending library for the band's rehearsal tapes, as well as those of his friends' bands. Only one copy of each album existed and his classmates could borrow one for a fe…
 
A series where I, Niall Jones, play video games with guests and chat about mental health! The idea is to bring awareness and the conversation around mental health to more people, and to show that it can be talked about in a relaxed manner. I can talk from my own experiences with anxiety and depression, and it's really inspiring hearing other people…
 
A series where I, Niall Jones, play video games with guests and chat about mental health! The idea is to bring awareness and the conversation around mental health to more people, and to show that it can be talked about in a relaxed manner. I can talk from my own experiences with anxiety and depression, and it's really inspiring hearing other people…
 
Amy Studt signed to Polydor records when she was fifteen and released her debut album "False Smiles" two years later. Matt is joined by Chris Haigh to talk about "False Smiles" and to natter about just how bloody brilliant it is. They talk about how different their copies of the album are, how relate-able the songs are and why it felt different to …
 
Don M. Dumas, of the Imperial Beach Dumas Clan, is an amazing talent in the classroom and a general in the field of education. He has not only earned the prestigious San Diego County Teacher of the Year Award, but also earned the nickname "Don the Jeweler" for the many jewels of knowledge he drops in this episode. His ideas will disrupt, his words …
 
A series where I, Niall Jones, play video games with guests and chat about mental health! The idea is to bring awareness and the conversation around mental health to more people, and to show that it can be talked about in a relaxed manner. I can talk from my own experiences with anxiety and depression, and it's really inspiring hearing other people…
 
David Gilligan exploded out of the Reston hardcore scene and brought the principles he learned there of simplicity, honesty, and empowerment to far-flung locales such as a new scene in St. Augustine, Florida, Arizona, and even as a professor at Sterling College. He was the lead singer of three vital bands to the Reston scene: Knothead, Remission, a…
 
Musician George Gadd guests to talk about the debut Alkaline Trio album "Goddamnit". They talk about the themes of the album, Matt Skiba, Dan Andriano, Skiba's role in Blink-182 and we delve into just how much of a devoted fan George was... Host: Matt Latham Guest: George Gadd You can access George's music below: https://georgegadd.bandcamp.com/ Fo…
 
Chris Henderson was active in the Northern Virginia and DC punk scene from 1987 thru 1999. He photographed over 80 bands, creating thousands of images. Most have never been published, though some grace albums by Scream, United Mutation, and the Suspects. He also published the D.C. Spotlight zine. He even did some background singing on tracks by Scr…
 
In unfamiliar territory yet again, Matt sits in the guest chair as guest host Colin (he who picketh the Bright Eyes album in episode four) quizzes Matt about "A Grand Don't Come For Free" by The Streets. They talk about how the album tells a single story, the use of music in the album and how they think Mike Skinner may just be a genius. Host: Coli…
 
Late ‘80s Northern Virginia/DC area punk quartet Indian Summer recorded four songs with J. Robbins producing in Baltimore in 1989. Thirty years later, that four song session plus a demo are available on vinyl. Formed by four Virginia teens, Indian Summer was a staple of the Northern Virginia all-ages scene in 1988 and 1989, playing Merrifield Commu…
 
In the spring of 1981, guitarist John Fox started a protest band called Dark Self Image in Fairfax with his brother Jay on bass. In July 1982, the band recorded their first demo at Inner Ear Studios. Mike Brown became the singer and in October, they changed their name to United Mutation. The band was then featured on the record Mixed Nuts Don't Cra…
 
Carl Sweeney of The Movie Palace picks Bruce Springsteen's "Darkness on the Edge of Town" to talk about for this episode, He and Matt discuss Springsteen's writing, his approach to an album and also his live performance as well. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Carl Sweeney Listen to The Movie Palace here: https://themoviepalace.libsyn.com/ Follow us on …
 
Keith Robinson never planned to start a band or be a musician, but somehow wound up in the middle of the Reston hardcore scene providing vocals for Psychotic Symptoms. He has vivid memories of playing Jam for Man, and shares those along with other recollections from house parties and garage shows of the time. He also went on to form the short-lived…
 
This podcast has been created by young people who have used the services of Amethyst SARC (Sexual Assault Referral Centre). In their own words they have talked about finding the courage to speak out about sexual violence, coming to the SARC, talking to the police, going through the court process, the support they have had and how they have coped. W…
 
A series where I, Niall Jones, play video games with guests and chat about mental health. The idea is to bring awareness and the conversation around mental health to more people, and to show that it can be talked about in a relaxed manner. I can talk from my own experiences with anxiety and depression, and it's really inspiring hearing other people…
 
Chris Stachiw of the Kulturecast and The One Season Show picks Talking Heads' "Stop Making Sense" on this episode of Pick a Disc. He and Matt talk about the album, which version to listen to and spend a lot of time talking about the movie. There's also talk of live albums in general as Matt talks about the only two he's listened to properly. ⁠ ⁠ Ho…
 
Mike Martzke aka Lil Mike organized, promoted and emcee'd hundreds of concerts and nightclub events for bands including Sublime, Green Day, Fugazi, Rancid and many more. But before all that, he challenged the status quo in Reston with bands like Toolin' for Bovines and Jesus Freak. These early bands laid the groundwork for the Reston hardcore sound…
 
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