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Best Keith Pille podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Keith Pille podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Talking about art in the Twin Cities with your pal Keith Pille. Season One is a guerrilla audioguide to some works on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
 
A Song by Song Walk Through St. Vincent by two idiots from Minneapolis. For season 2, anyway. Season 1 was a song by song walk through Uncle Tupelo. Still by the same two idiots, though.
 
The team from Red Pill Now examines technology, discussing conference coverage, user experience reviews, and product design and reviews.
 
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Somehow Van Halen keeps coming up, and is 100% relevant each time. Also, the idiots run into the first great St. Vincent song. Covered: “Actor Out of Work,” “Black Rainbow,” and “Laughing With a Mouth of Blood.”By keithpille
 
Some unfortunate microphone problems can’t stop the idiots from exposing the truth about the first 3 songs on Actor. The truth is that they’re good. Songs: “The Strangers,” “Save Me From What I Want,” and “The Neighbors.”By keithpille
 
Chad and Keith kick off Season 2 with an overview of St. Vincent and a wide focus on her first album, Marry Me. Also: a surprising amount of somehow-on-topic discussion of James Bond.By keithpille
 
Chad and Keith rank the Beatles. And talk about the end of Uncle Tupelo. What’s next? Songs covered: “High Water,” “No Use in Lovin’,” and “Steal the Crumbs.”By keithpille
 
The idiots prepare to start landing the plane, both with Anodyne and Uncle Tupelo. Also: being Zappa-Curious. Songs covered: “Anodyne,” “We’ve Been Had,” and “15 Keys.”By keithpille
 
Bob discusses UX design, career paths and other fun stuff with UX Designer Brandy Fortune. Red Pill Now's Website http://redpillnow.com Red Pill Now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wefEhZS_UnOMZqOX23OXA Red Pill Now on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/redpillnow Red Pill Now on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/redpillnow/ Re…
 
Into the throbbing heart of Anodyne! Uncle Tupelo’s creative peak, plus carrot juice and who’s ride or die for Dune (1984). Songs covered: “Give Back the Key To My Heart,” “Chickamauga,” and “New Madrid”By keithpille
 
Anodyne time! With a minute or two of missing audio and a clarification: Roy Acuff appeared on Hee Haw, but wasn’t a regular. Songs covered: “Slate,” “Acuff-Rose,” and “The Long Cut.”By keithpille
 
The idiots close out March 16-20 by wading through the B-sides and bonus tracks. LISTEN ALL THE WAY TO THE END! Songs covered: “Take My Word,” “I Wanna Be Your Dog,” “The Waltons Theme,” and some album-track demos.By keithpille
 
IMPORTANT: KP’s beef is with band stickers on guitars, not in any way with the Clash, who rule. Songs covered: “Fatal Wound,” “Sandusky,” and “Wipe the Clock.”By keithpille
 
Three Christian, non-UT songs on the back side of March 16-20: “Atomic Power,” “Lilli Schull,” and “Warfare.”By keithpille
 
Convenient sequencing in the middle of March 16-20 1992: an OK song, a great song, and, uhhhhhh… Also: screw harmonicas. Songs covered are “Black Eye,” “Moonshiner,” and “I Wish My Baby Was Born.”By keithpille
 
We wrap up Season 2 by taking a look at Minneapolis’ most distinctive architectural feature, the network of bridges connecting the buildings of downtown. With each link being different, it’s an accidental experiment of what works and doesn’t work in architecture. Also: news! (more…)By Keith
 
We’ve talked about good buildings. Why not check in on a bad one?By Keith
 
Architecture isn’t just about buildings- it’s also about parks, places that are notably building-free. Peavey Plaza is a great park, and also a great exemplar of Brutalism, a form that sounds a lot scarier than it really is. (more…)By Keith
 
More gamboling in the lush fields of semiotics as we look at why the University of St. Thomas worked hard to make its downtown Minneapolis buildings, designed around the year 2000, look like parts of them came from the Middle Ages. (more…)By Keith
 
Jean Nouvel’s Guthrie Theater plays a complicated double game with its appearance, lying to you and then telling the truth about what’s really going on inside. This means we need to work up the guts to talk semiotics. (more…)By Keith
 
Wells Fargo Center looks like another Art Deco building (in more ways then one- it looks like another specific Art Deco building), but that’s not quite accurate. It’s time to get serious about this postmodernism thing. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT (more…)By Keith
 
Some odd truths about March 16-20 1992 are revealed as Chad and Keith move forward. Also: unfortunate intros to bands and a theory of midwest punk. Songs covered are “Criminals,” “Shaky Ground,” and “Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down.”By keithpille
 
Some geometric glass buildings are really boring. Phillip Johnson’s IDS Center isn’t one of them, though! It’s a great example of modernism done well. But what’s modernism, anyway? Full Show Transcript (more…)By Keith
 
The Foshay Tower is a building everyone in Minneapolis seems to love. But why? And if it’s an Art Deco masterpiece, what does that mean? EPISODE TRANSCRIPT (more…)By Keith
 
Welcome back to Artpal! Season 2, using buildings around downtown Minneapolis to talk about architecture, kicks off with a look at the Minneapolis Institute of Art as a building. But first, there’s some news about the show itself. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)By Keith
 
New Day, New album, same old idiots as Chad and Keith venture into March 16-20 1992. Barebones production is praised, and a longterm planned cat prank is revealed. Songs covered are “Grindstone,” “”Coalminers,” and “Wait Up.”By keithpille
 
Red Pill Now's Chief Creative Officer, Bob Kadrie, discusses Red Pill Now's role developing HCL Places with Co-Founder and CEO, Peter Presnell. Red Pill Now's Website http://redpillnow.com Red Pill Now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wefEhZS_UnOMZqOX23OXA Red Pill Now on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/redpillnow Red Pill Now on Lin…
 
Red Pill Now's Chief Creative Officer, Bob Kadrie, discusses Red Pill Now's role developing HCL Places with Co-Founder and Lead Front End Developer, Keith Strickland. Red Pill Now's Website http://redpillnow.com Red Pill Now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wefEhZS_UnOMZqOX23OXA Red Pill Now on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/redpill…
 
Bob Kadrie (Red Pill Now Chief Creative Officer) interviews Nathan T. Freeman (Red Pill Now Co-Founder & Lead Architect) and discuss Red Pill Now's role in developing HCL Places. Red Pill Now's Website http://redpillnow.com Red Pill Now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wefEhZS_UnOMZqOX23OXA Red Pill Now on Facebook https://www.facebook…
 
Chad and Keith close out Still Feel Gone, realizing that they’ve talked themselves into not really liking it. Also: legacy bands, hating Eric Clapton, and “honest” covers. Songs covered are “If That’s Alright,” “Sauget Wind,” and “I Wanna Destroy You.”By keithpille
 
It’s home stretch time on Still Feel Gone, as Chad and Keith battle a restless puppy to talk about Uncle Tupelo and what it feels like to be too hard core for the Beastie Boys. Songs covered are “True to Life,” “Cold Shoulder,” and “Discarded.”By keithpille
 
Chad and Keith travel further up the river into the dark jungles of Still Feel Gone. There’s light chatter, but up ahead looms a giant statue of the Minutemen. Songs covered are “Punch Drunk,” “Postcard,” and “D. Boon.”By keithpille
 
Chad and Keith dig deeper into Still Feel Gone and if you listen closely, you can hear some terrible realizations being made about this album. Also: accordions, and what email was like back in the day. Songs covered are “Nothing,” “Still Be Around,” and “Watch Me Fall.”By keithpille
 
The Red Pill Now team discusses the launch of the new Domino 10. With host Bob Kadrie (Chief Creative Officer), Peter Presnell (Chief Executive Officer), Nathan T. Freeman (Co-Founder & Lead Architect), and Devin Olson (Master Solutioneer). Red Pill Now's Website http://redpillnow.com Red Pill Now on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wefEh…
 
Chad and Keith venture into Still Feel Gone and encounter one of the great Uncle Tupelo 1-2 punches. But has Chad lost the faith? It’s pistols at dawn. May they fall down easy. Songs: “Gun,” “Looking For a Way Out,” & “Fall Down Easy.”By keithpille
 
The Red Pill Now team discusses their experiences at ICON UK 2018, the upcoming release of Domino 10, and Red Pill Now's involvement with the development and live demo of HCL Places, a new collaboration platform built entirely on Domino. With host Bob Kadrie (Chief Creative Officer), Peter Presnell (Chief Executive Officer), Nathan T. Freeman (Co-F…
 
Keith wraps up the first season by pointing out that even though the Minneapolis Institute of Art is full of great works, one of its best artistic experiences involves looking out a window. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)By Keith
 
Alexa Horochowski’s Vortex Drawing 17 (2017.80.6) is a striking work of art that alludes to the problem of garbage in the oceans. The difficulty of finding a lot of other works by women is an example of a different type of garbage. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)By Keith
 
Yuji Honbori’s Eleven-Headed Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva (2012.68.1a,b) and Susan Folwell’s Why Does He Call Me Caitlyn? (2016.5.13) are a couple of works of art that punch back at the walls of the arbitrary boxes the art world would traditionally put them in. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)By Keith
 
George Morrison wanted to be known as “a painter who happened to be an Indian.” But people always talk about him in the context of his ethnicity, even if it’s to say that he didn’t want to be talked about that way. It’s fraught. At any rate, his Collage IX: Landscape (75.24) is a pretty incredible thing to experience in a gallery. FULL EPISODE TEXT…
 
William Howard and William Edmondson were certainly not insiders to the art world. Does that make their works—a writing desk (2012.11) and a sculpture of a ram (2013.56)—pieces of outsider art, though? Is “outsider art” a dangerous, loaded concept? Help! Don’t worry, Keith is here to help. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)…
 
When artists have a distinctive style, it can be jarring to look at works of theirs that come across a little differently. Keith digs into a couple of MIA pieces– Kehinde Wiley’s Santos Dumont- The Father of Aviation II (MIA accession no. 2010.99) and Georgia O’Keeffe’s City Night (80.28)–that diverge from what we usually expect from these artists.…
 
Morris Kantor painted one hell of a portrait of his mother in 1922 (MIA accession number L2014.234.53), and it’s a good example of an approach to portraiture that can really tell a story. But it’s *also* a good entryway to talk about the relationship between museums and collectors. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)…
 
Keith digs into the 1969 painting Frank by Chuck Close, MIA accession number 69.137. It’s a striking work by an important American artist who, unfortunately, has been in the news lately for troubling reasons. This means it’s time for the always-fun game of “should/can I separate the art from the artist?” FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)…
 
Welcome to Artpal, both the podcast in general and Season 1 in particular. Host Keith Pille lays out some background and introduces the first season, which will act as a sort of guerrilla audioguide to a selection of works on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. FULL EPISODE TEXT (more…)By Keith
 
Chad and Keith close out No Depression and work through some bonus tracks. Producers: threat or menace? Same question for harmonicas and banjos. And R.E.M., Sebadoh, and Dinosaur Jr elbow their way into the discussion. Songs covered are “John Hardy,” Left in the Dark,” “I Got Drunk,” and “Sin City.”By keithpille
 
Chad and Keith hit the home stretch of No Depression, and the resulting discussion is about as funny as a screen door on a submarine, to Chad’s chagrin. Also, the honor of Rush (band, not Limbaugh) is debated. Despite the way this description sounds, Uncle Tupelo is also comes up here and there. Songs covered are “Flatness,” “So-Called Friend,” and…
 
Coming (Almost) Live to you from CollabSphere 2018 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Red Pill Now Podcast team talks with CollabSphere organizers and participants about the conference, their take-aways and surprises. With Bob Kadrie (Chief Creative Officer, Red Pill Now); Peter Presnell (Chief Executive Officer, Red Pill Now); Keith Strickland (Co-Founde…
 
Chad and Keith go deeper into No Depression, pondering the issues of Jay Farrar’s beef with English grammar, what’s up with trains, and where the damned mando tabs are. Also, if you like digressions about the Bottle Rockets, this is the episode for you. Songs covered include “Outdone,” “Train,” and “Life Worth Livin’.”…
 
Almost live from the HCL CWP Factory Tour, this special edition of the Red Pill Now Podcast features our special guests from HCL, Richard Jefts and Jason Roy Gary speaking with our own golden ticket holders, Nathan T. Freeman and Devin Olson, along with our CEO, Peter Presnell. Red Pill Now's Website http://redpillnow.com Red Pill Now on Youtube ht…
 
Chad and Keith continue their exploration of Uncle Tupelo’s first album, opening up the whiskey bottle and finding it full of weird laughter. Discussions include the business models of a shop that sells liquor and guns, Neil Young’s “Cortez the Killer,” and Jay Farrar, Great American Poet. Songs covered are “No Depression,” “Factory Belt,” and “Whi…
 
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Chad Cook and Keith Pille, two idiots from Minneapolis, begin their song-by-song walk through the catalog of seminal alt-country band Uncle Tupelo by talking about the first three songs on the album No Depression. Also discussed: the seeming impossibility of Jay Farrar’s voice, what’s up with a Loverboy song, and where some bad places to pass out a…
 
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