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Best MFUssia podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best MFUssia podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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A semi-regular, occasionally amusing, and rarely funny series of conversations on a random topic.
 
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Erica Moulinier and Aaron Grey run the small post-punk label Play Alone Records. Play Alone‘s expanding roster of bands includes: Shadow Age, Silent Age, Silence, Empty Beings, Death Instinct, Wisteria, and Ky Voss. We talk about all these bands as well as the importance of stewardship, how to run an independent label in the age where recorded ...…
 
Bonnie and the Mere Mortals stop by to discuss the blending of goth and country. During the course of our conversation, I say “interregnum” a lot (again); we discuss what it means to play American music in a time of weirdo nationalism; I prod them about the ins and outs of collaborative song writing; we profess our love for Dan Bell videos; we ...…
 
Adam Thomas is in 6 bands. Yes, you read that correctly. You might be in a band with Adam Thomas right now and not even know it. In this episode, we talk about every damn one of them, from Concealed Blade to Empty Beings, S.L.I.P. to Chronic Abuse, from No Time to Heavy Discipline, and we even give a shout out to Blood Pressure, may that band r ...…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dusty Hanna and Damon Di Ciccio about the new Silence album The Countdown’s Begun and all the apocalyptic feelings that inspired it. This is one of our “close reading” episodes where we take an artistic work and examine it like we’re in a graduate seminar. This is a long episode, but how often does a band get to do ...…
 
Every time Jason Baldinger writes a new book, it’s his best book, and so for this new podcast we have a hard time, because Jason is here to talk about two new books: The Better Angels of our Nature and Everyone’s Alone Tonight, co-written with the great Kansas City poet James Benger. In the course of our conversation Jason and I talk about our ...…
 
For the last 11 years, mutants have been invading Pittsburgh at the end of August, and we’re talking to two of the people responsible, Dusty Hanna and Erica Moulinier. In this podcast, we look behind the scenes and into the inner workings of Skull Fest. Actually, most of the time we just sit around and geek out over bands we want to see at Skul ...…
 
For this episode, we’re taking a different approach. Instead of an artist promoting a new creation, I sit down with Noah Gainer, someone I’ve known since he was 5, and we have an in-depth conversation about what it means now that he has joined me in adulthood. In the process, we resist nostalgia. We talk about some very real things that happene ...…
 
Barbara Barrow is a professor and novelist. In this episode we discuss her wonderful new novel The Quelling at length, and her academic monograph Science, Language, and Reform in Victorian Poetry briefly. Along the way, we extend this podcast’s already extended conversation about human dignity, we also touch upon the potential monstrosity of me ...…
 
For the last 45 years, Hemingway’s has been the host of a summer poetry series. Founded by the late Jimmy Cvetic, the Hemingway’s Summer Poetry Series has been a place where academics have met street poets and shared their voices, and the series has become a foundation of the Pittsburgh literary community. Joan E. Bauer and Kristofer Collins st ...…
 
For this episode, old friend and repeat guest John Charney and I muse in a graveyard about how words and music do and do not get along as means of artistic expression. This is the continuation of a conversation we’ve had for about 20 years now, and I’m not convinced this podcast is the final statement. John is an incredibly talented musician. H ...…
 
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