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Best Kiel Hauck podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Kiel Hauck podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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It's All Dead is a free-flowing music conversation featuring a variety of guests, bands, artists and music aficionados discussing the music they love and why they love it.
 
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With the 2010s about to come to a close, we recently took on the task of ranking what we believe to be the Best 30 Albums of Decade. But of course, the written word can only convey so much about how we feel about these albums, so Kiel, Nadia and Kyle hopped on a podcast to break down their choices and discuss the sounds that defined the decade. The…
 
Ten years have passed since post-hardcore act Saosin released In Search of Solid Ground, the final album to feature lead vocalist Cove Reber (now in Dead American). On the latest episode of It's All Dead, Reber joins Kiel Hauck to reflect on the events leading up to and during the recording of the album and discuss why its legacy has changed so dra…
 
It's been three weeks since the release of Blink-182's new album Nine, so Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz hop on the podcast to break down the release. The two discuss their opinions on the new album, break down their favorite tracks, and attempt to rank it within the rest of Blink-182's discography. They also share their opinions about the band's musi…
 
This year's song of the summer is undeniable, but what does it tell us about the future of music? Evan Sawdey of PopMatters joins Kiel Hauck to break down the success of "Old Town Road", the rise of Billie Eilish, and the odd absence of some of pop music's biggest stars on the charts this summer. They also discuss Taylor Swift's new album, Lover, b…
 
As summer winds down, Kiel Hauck and Nadia Paiva pull open the Spotify app to walk through their playlists. A few years ago, the streaming service began utilizing machine learning to curate a variety of endless playlists based on your listening habits. Kiel and Nadia discuss how this technology has changed the way they listen to music and helped th…
 
On the latest It’s All Dead podcast episode, Kiel Hauck is joined by Taylor Markarian, author of From the Basement: A History of Emo Music and How it Changed Society. Taylor has written for publications like Alternative Press, Kerrang, and Revolver and also served as an intern at Epitaph Records. Her new book explores the cultural, social, and psyc…
 
Over the past decade and a half, Tyler, Texas, band Eisley have made a habit of releasing delightful, poignant, purposeful indie pop. On this episode of It's All Dead, Kiel Hauck and Nadia Paiva break down the band's discography, ranking all five full-length albums and sharing their top 10 songs. They also discuss the band's wild ride from their ea…
 
Summer is in full swing, and with it comes an avalanche of summer music festivals. In its inaugural run, the Rockstar Disrupt Festival hosts a stacked lineup, including Newcastle, Australia, rock act Trophy Eyes. Vocalist John Floreani took some time out after one of the band's recent sets to chat with Kiel Hauck about his new solo album Sin, the s…
 
Last month, Emery released a new 4-song EP as part of Emeryland, an interactive online community that promises exclusive new music leading up to the band’s eighth full-length album. Nadia Paiva joined Kiel Hauck on the pod to break down the band’s discography and discuss how their unique evolution has helped sustain their career and make them one o…
 
Recently, Buzzfeed asked Carly Rae Jepsen to fill out a bracket to choose the best Carly Rae Jepsen song. We thought this was funny, cool and interesting, so Kiel invited Carly Rae superfan Richard Clark to join the podcast and break down every matchup on the bracket. While dissecting some of Carly Rae's best tracks, the two discuss what has made h…
 
Crossover episode! In our latest podcast, we share another podcast (meta, right?) Kiel Hauck and Brock Benefiel recently launched a new show called Decade Rewind, and in the latest episode, the two discuss which rapper took home the hip hop title belt in 2009. We look back on the year that gave us Drake, Kid Cudi and Gucci Mane's breakout albums, a…
 
There is new music from Taylor Swift and it is in the form of a song called "Me". Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz dive in to unpack the new single and talk about the career trajectories of Swift and Brendon Urie. They also break down the gorgeous music video for the track and speculate wildly on what Swift's upcoming album might bring. Listen in!…
 
Recently, heralded indie rock act Copeland released their sixth full-length album, Blushing. On our latest podcast episode, Kiel Hauck is joined by Kyle Schultz and Nadia Paiva to discuss the band's fantastic new record and the 16-year journey that brought them here. The trio also rank each Copeland album, break down their favorite songs from the b…
 
With another year in the books, Brock Benefiel drops by the It's All Dead podcast studio to chat with Kiel Hauck about which rapper took the Hip Hop Title Belt in 2018. The two discuss some of hip hop's hottest storylines of the year, break down 2018's best hip hop tracks, and look ahead to what might come in 2019. So who won the belt? The conversa…
 
Music critic Evan Sawdey joins Kiel Hauck on our latest podcast to discuss a recent feature for Yardbarker in which he named the best debut albums of the past 50 years, by year. During the conversation, Kiel and Evan debate the merits of Britney Spears' ...Baby One More Time, Arcade Fire's Funeral, Kanye West's The College Dropout and many more. Ev…
 
But wait, there's more! On this podcast, Kiel Hauck is joined by It's All Dead senior editor Kyle Schultz to talk further about the year in music. The two discuss the merits of Fall Out Boy's return with MANIA and how Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco ascended to new heights with Pray for the Wicked. They also break down releases from Architects,…
 
As 2018 comes to a close, the team at It's All Dead have crunched the numbers and compiled their lists of the best albums and best songs of the year. On this podcast, Kiel Hauck is joined by Nadia Paiva to break down some of the year's best music, including releases from Pianos Become the Teeth, The 1975, The Wonder Years, mewithoutYou, and much mo…
 
On October 12, Canberra, Australia, rock band Hands Like Houses released their fourth full length album, Anon. As the band hits the road for their headlining U.S. tour, Kiel Hauck caught up with lead singer Trenton Woodley to discuss the new album and the band's sonic journey. Woodley also shares details about the band's songwriting progression ove…
 
As The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill turns 20, Cole Cuchna has launched a new mini-series on the classic album for his massively successful Dissect podcast. Cuchna joins Kiel Hauck to reflect on the album and its influence before delving into the work of Frank Ocean, as covered in season 3 of Dissect. Cuchna also shares details about his process when…
 
On our latest podcast, Kiel Hauck talks with Lindsay Zoladz, music and pop culture critic with The Ringer. During the conversation, Zoladz talks about the evolution she's seen take place in music journalism during her time with The Ringer, Pitchfork, and more. Zoladz also shares about the obstacles still facing women in the music industry and what …
 
Five years ago, we had a crazy idea to launch a website and podcast called It's All Dead. On our latest podcast, Kiel and Kyle reflect on the past five years, sharing their favorite stories, reflecting on the albums that defined the half-decade, and determining which bands made the biggest impact. Thanks to all of our listeners and followers! Pleas…
 
Later this month, New Surrender turns 10 years old. Kiel Hauck and Nadia Paiva took the anniversary as an opportunity to discuss Anberlin's legacy and the impact of their major label debut. They break down Anberlin's discography, rank their favorite songs, and share some of their favorite memories of one of the most influential and underrated bands…
 
Last month, pop punk legends MxPx returned with a surprise self-titled album that quickly became lauded as one of the band's best. On our latest podcast, Kiel Hauck is joined by Richard Clark of Christianity Today to discuss what makes the new album so much fun and how the band's reflections on growing up have resonated with their longtime fanbase.…
 
Summer is almost over! What better way to hold onto the season than to reminisce on our favorite summer soundtracks. Kyle Schultz and Nadia Paiva join Kiel Hauck to break down some of their favorite albums to spin during summer and discuss what makes for great summer music. The trio chat about great releases from bands like Paramore, Green Day, Und…
 
On our latest podcast episode, Kiel Hauck catches up with Patty and Benjamin of As It Is at Warped Tour to discuss their upcoming album, The Great Depression. During the conversation, the two share their approach to discussing mental health and depression and how the subjectivity of art prevents it from offering firm answers. Instead, As It Is aims…
 
As Warped Tour makes its final run, perhaps no band epitomizes the opportunity the tour has provided to up-and-coming bands over the years like Mayday Parade. Kiel Hauck sat down backstage with lead vocalist Derek Sanders to discuss the band's start on the tour in 2006 and what it means to play on Warped's final run. Sanders also discusses the crea…
 
Drake is back with another mammoth collection of songs, just in time for Summer 2018. On our latest podcast, Kiel Hauck talks with Drake fans Lowell Bieber and Chris Waflart about Drake's triumphs and misfires on list latest album, Scorpion. They also break down Drake's massive catalogue of songs, ranking some of the best (and worst) and dissect Dr…
 
Resident hip hop aficionado Brock Benefiel stops by It's All Dead to chat with Kiel Hauck about "Ye", the latest release from Kanye West. The two discuss their problems with the uneven album, the frustration that comes with Kanye fandom, and what to expect going forward. They also reflect on the five year anniversary of "Yeezus" and how the album h…
 
Underoath is back on the road in support of their first album in eight years, Erase Me. Kiel Hauck caught up with Chris Dudley, master of keyboards, electronics, and synthesizers for the band, to discuss Underoath's return. During the conversation, Dudley shares how the band rebounded from their break-up, rekindled their friendships, and the peace …
 
On our latest podcast, Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz are joined by It's All Dead writer Nadia Paiva to discuss the latest release from The Wonder Years. During the discussion, the trio debate the merits of "Sister Cities" and dialogue about where the album lands among the band's best releases. They share their favorite songs from the album and talk a…
 
In 2017, Shea Serrano released his second New York Times Bestseller in "Basketball and Other Things", following up the smashing success of "The Rap Year Book". In our latest podcast, Shea joins Kiel Hauck to discuss rap rivalries and how competition impacts the genre. Serrano talks Kendrick Lamar, Nas, the political power of hip hop, and much more.…
 
March Madness is here, which means lots of buzzer beaters, upsets, and, of course, endless arguments about the best Kanye West songs. Wait, what? After Kanye Madness goes viral, Kiel Hauck and Brock Benefiel sit down to parse through the Kanye West bracket and break down the various match-ups in hopes of finding Kanye's best song. The two also shar…
 
Nearly a decade after Dashboard Confessional took a break, Chris Carrabba has returned with a new album, "Crooked Shadows". Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz discuss the legacy of Dashboard Confessional, why the music still matters, and how the music of Dashboard has evolved through the years. Listen in!
 
With another year in the books, Brock Benefiel joins Kiel Hauck to discuss who won the hip hop title belt in 2017 (surprise, it's Kendrick). The duo also discuss other movers and shakers in the genre and predict what might come to pass in 2018, including new albums from Kanye West, Childish Gambino, A$AP Rocky and more. Listen in!…
 
"MANIA", the seventh full-length album from Fall Out Boy is here, and it is divisive. Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz record an emergency podcast to break down the band's latest release, discussing the tracklisting fiasco, how the album stacks up against a growing Fall Out Boy catalogue, and where the band goes from here. Listen in!…
 
With 2017 nearing completion, Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz take a look back at the year in music. During the discussion, the two share some of their favorite albums from 2017, including Kendrick Lamar, AFI, Lucky Boys Confusion, Paramore and much more. They also talk about what could have been and reflect on recent music news that shaped the year. L…
 
In between his duties as co-founder of Bad Christian Media and hosting multiple successful podcasts, Matt Carter still finds time to shred as guitarist of post-hardcore band Emery. Matt recently talked with Kiel Hauck about what's involved in the making of one of this year's hit podcasts, "Labeled", how Emery reimagined some of their favorite songs…
 
Jason Tate joins Kiel Hauck on our latest podcast to share what he's learned in the year since moving AbsolutePunk.net to Chorus.fm. Jason shares insight on how he built a built a successful online music community and the changes he's seen over the past two decades. Jason also discusses some of the best music of 2017 and his approach to creating en…
 
On our latest episode of It’s All Dead, Kiel Hauck is joined by PopMatters Interviews Editor Evan Sawdey to discuss the art of the album review and the role of pop music in 2017’s social conversations. Evan also shares stories of some of his best (and worst) interviews at PopMatters, how the site has retained its cultural relevance and impactful vo…
 
It's that special time of year! On our latest podcast, Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz discuss the best albums of 2007. As another collection of great records turns 10, the duo reflects on classic albums from Paramore, Mayday Parade, Saves the Day, Motion City Soundtrack, Kanye West and more. Listen in!
 
On this episode of the It's All Dead podcast, Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz chat about the favorite albums to spin when autumn rolls around. The two also discuss what makes for a great fall album and why they're so nostalgic throughout the season. Listen in!
 
On this It's All Dead podcast episode, Kiel Hauck chats with Cole Cuchna, host of Dissect, a serialized music podcast. During the discussion, Cuchna explains his process for creating the podcast and his surprise in its unexpected growth in audience. He also shares his thoughts about empathy, Kanye West, and why hip hop is such a powerful art form. …
 
On our latest episode, Kiel Hauck is joined by Nuvo Magazine editor Kat Coplen to discuss the evolving local music and festival scene in Indianapolis. Coplen shares her insight into how local artists are finding their audience and how the city can improve in attracting outside artists and bands. Listen in!…
 
With the release of 4:44, Jay-Z has added to a now impressive second act of his career. Kiel Hauck and Brock Benefiel discuss the best of Jay-Z since The Black Album and how the rapper has maintained such extreme cultural relevancy. Listen in!
 
Summer is here! On this episode of the official It's All Dead Podcast, Richard Clark joins Kiel Hauck to discuss their favorite songs of summer and try to dissect where the phrase came from and what makes for a truly great Song of the Summer. Listen in!
 
Just last month, Paramore may have released the best album of their career in After Laughter, which is saying a lot for a band that already has a few classics under their belt. Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz reflect on the band's impact on the scene and their rapid rise to stardom while breaking down each of their albums and ranking their top 10 songs…
 
The new Kendrick Lamar album is officially here! Brock Benefiel joins Kiel Hauck to discuss DAMN. and how it fits within Kendrick Lamar's discography. The duo discuss Kendrick's growing legacy, the absence of a true rival and the variety of sonic and thematic ground covered on the new album. Listen in!…
 
Last month, indie pop act Eisley released their new album, I'm Only Dreaming. We caught up with Eisley bassist Garron DuPree to talk about the band's evolution, including how recent lineup changes impacted the creation of their latest record. We also talked about the future of the band and the freedom they feel in their current form. Listen in!…
 
As A Day To Remember's breakthrough album For Those Who Have Heart turns 10 years old, Kiel Hauck and Kyle Schultz break down the band's discography and share their favorite songs from the band. The discussion includes the band's evolution and how A Day to Remember won over legions of fans by being unrelentingly themselves. Listen in!…
 
Another year is in the books and 2016 was filled with a variety of great music. But who stole the show in the world of hip hop? Kiel Hauck and Brock Benefiel discuss the theory of the hip hop title belt and which rapper dominated 2016 the most, including Chance the Rapper, A Tribe Called Quest, Kanye West and more. Listen in!…
 
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