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Nate is a record collector, music lover and vinyl maniac. Join him on his journey to discuss, share and review all things related to vinyl records. We feature stories about and interviews with musicians, artists and people of knowledge in the area of vinyl records. Additionally we share information on desirable pressings of records, how to tell a $5 pressing from a $500 pressing and care and maintenance for your cratedigging hobby. Subscribe and share with your record-nerd friends. Cheers!
 
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Thaksin Shinawatra, from his base in Dubai, has raised the redshirt members from their dormancy, calling on supporters to vote strategically next year to give the Pheu Thai Party a landslide win and effectively end Prayuth Chan-ocha’s eight-year tenure.By Jitsiree Thongnoi
 
During his term from 1992 to 1998, Ramos achieved democratic stability and undertook major financial reforms and infrastructure projects that initiated nearly three decades of growth but dramatic changes since then suggest this liberal reformist era is over.By Mark R. Thompson
 
The Philippine president’s uncompromising tone on the South China Sea is probably meant to reassure Western allies and the domestic audience. Economically and politically, however, China remains an important partner of the Philippines and a significant part of Marcos’ calculations.By Richard Heydarian
 
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met Sri Lanka’s foreign minister and offered support in securing IMF funding. Meanwhile, New York-based Human Rights Watch accused military of intimidation, surveillance and making arbitrary arrests.By Reuters,Associated Press
 
Chris Spencer has led UNSANE across 3 decades and worked with labels like Sub Pop, Matador, Amphetamine Reptile and Alternative Tentacles. Today Chris discusses the rare records of his career, the stories behind them and the new reissues being made available direct from the band. Topics include: Touring post-Covid Chris talks about his record colle…
 
Best known as founder, front-man and namesake of grunge-legends TAD, Thomas Andrew Doyle discusses the early and rare records of his career, shares memories of the Pacific Northwest music scene and his new instrumental compositional work. Topics include: Revisiting TAD through recent musical output Formal background of music and playing in orchestr…
 
L7 are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the LP "Bricks Are Heavy" with as reissue and tour. Today co-founder, guitarist, songwriter Donita Sparks shares the journey across several decades & multiple record labels to celebrate this record and many more. Topics include: The 30th anniversary of “Bricks are Heavy” Reissues of albums with band cooper…
 
Songwriter, keyboardist, producer and gear-nerd Marco Benevento has emerged from Covid with a new album and refreshed perspective. Today we discuss the process, the environment, gear and influences Marco uses to create his music. Topics include: Looking at Fred Short Studios v2.0 Who was Fred Short? Marco is a record nerd The search for new music M…
 
Cypress Hill has sold over 20 million records since their debut. Sen Dog discusses the longevity of this beloved band, the association with weed, crossing-over with rock and metal, the early days, the pressures of follow-up albums, the master tapes, the vinyl, the new LP "Back in Black" and more! Topics include: The success of the new album Expecta…
 
John Foy is a respected artist, business person and inspirational leader in Australian music and culture. In part 2, we discuss Red Eye and Black Eye Records, managing the label, working with Radio Birdman, locating the multitrack tapes for "Living Eyes", collectable records, his new book "Snaps, Crack, Pop" and lots more. Topics include: The early…
 
John Foy has played pivotal roles in the development of Australian music and culture. In part 1, we discuss early years, Sydney's record shops and burgeoning punk scene, Australian vinyl, bootleg records, creating extraordinary poster art as shown in his new book "Snaps, Crack, Pop" and lots more. Topics include: John’s early years in Sydney – Pop …
 
Kenney Jones, legendary drummer of The Faces, Small Faces & The Who, joins us to talk vinyl, the records of his career, recording with Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, John Bonham PLUS the upcoming plans for The Faces & a limited vinyl pressing of a recently surfaced 1966 Small Faces gig. Topics include: Interview startup The Small Faces 1966 recording…
 
Music Executive Fifa Riccobono spent much of her career leading Albert Productions and fostering bands like AC/DC, Rose Tattoo and The Angels. Today Fifa shares stories and speaks of the vinyl records that helped fuel Albert Productions' rise to become the most powerful and beloved independent record label in Australian history. Topics include: Fif…
 
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