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Best Record Store Day podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Record Store Day podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Best of the Underground music (mostly rock music). Holy Crap Records' editors John and Cinnamon Kennedy review the best five submissions from unsigned bands that we have received each week. The music in this podcast comes to you courtesy of the artists themselves, and it tends to be excellent. The editors talk about what we especially like about each song, and tell you trivia that we may have about the artists. We also interview musicians each week, and talk a bit about the music industry an ...
 
A ridiculous and obnoxious weekly lefty political podcast featuring three grouchy thirty somethings, copious amounts of coffee and the inability to treat any topic with the proper seriousness it deserves. Write to us: TiredOfWinning361@gmail.com For updates check up out on Instagram @Tired.Of.Winning
 
Death of the Blogger is a site dedicated to commenting on media and pop culture, with an emphasis on music. The DOTB Podcast is everything on the site put into a neat half-hour show. We'll review and recommend artists and releases we've enjoyed, as well as discussing any live shows we've been to. Visit the site at deathoftheblogger.com.
 
Welcome to Canned Air! Jack, Jeramy and Randy talk nostalgic pop culture, comics (new and old), and host comic writers/ artists on the show, even some voice or screen actors! (Due to their poor production quality and unlistenable nature, episodes 1-12 have been removed from our online catalog. If you would like to hear these episodes, send an email to cannedairpodcast@gmail.com and we'll send them your way). Thanks for listening!
 
From 9 am to 12 pm every weekday, veteran radio personality Kieno Kammies will champion the issues facing individual Capetonians by using the station’s vast network of contacts for good, while also courting controversy by holding governmental ministers to account and seeking the truth within the politics. Tune in to Today with Kieno Kammies for longer interviews reflecting and unpacking some of the biggest national news stories of the day and join the conversation on The Open Line. Kieno wil ...
 
Founder of famed record label Sub Pop, Bruce Pavitt is a music historian, professional DJ, and cultural progenitor. His book, Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe, 1989, is a photo journal and a grunge rock micro-history, an inside look into a crucial eight-day period in the touring life of Nirvana and Kurt Cobain. Journalist and author of the definitive, bestselling biography of Nirvana, Come as You Are: The Story of Nirvana, Michael Azerrad moderates.
 
After another long day of adventuring, you retire to the local tavern. The crowd is lively and festive as usual. You notice two newcomers seated at a table in the corner. They look so similar they must be brothers. The brothers notice you've spotted them and they wave you over. "Greetings! Come sit! We have tales we wish to share, friend!"... 321 Lay-On! is a podcast about Live Action Roleplaying (LARP)! We are two brothers that have recently rediscovered our love for LARP. So much so, that ...
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artistsinstrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding""AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and gro ...
 
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In Episode 17, Jay Ferguson of the Canadian indie rock band Sloan shares his lifelong pursuit of records, from working in a Halifax record store at the age of 12 to painstakingly crafting Sloan's boxed sets and reissues. Plus Jarrett Hankinson tells us the story of Arizona's Zia Records, celebrating their 40th year in business, and Carrie Colliton …
 
The Democratic Alliance (DA) today unpacked our plan to save the tourism industry and ensure the livelihoods of some 1.2 million people are not destroyed in the economic fallout of the Covid-19 lockdown. This follows a revelation by the Minister of Tourism, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, that the sector will only reignite by December this year. By that …
 
Time now for our Friday chat with Dr Roze Phillips, futurist, medical doctor and the Group Executive for People and Culture at Absa, about the forces and trends that will shape the future, what those trends are, and why they matter. Today we talk about life after coronavirus and look at what the pandemic means for the future of home design and the …
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. With COVID-19 now found across the world, there are concerns that the virus which causes the disease, SARS-CoV-2, could mutate into something more dangerous, more transmissible, or even both. While we know that the coronavirus has and coul…
 
The ‘No drama llama’ has become a positive role model of peaceful protests in Portland, Oregon Harvard experts say couples who are not quarantining together should wear FACE MASKS during sex to prevent the spread of coronavirus Covid-19 update in South Africa: The country has 3267 new confirmed Covid-19 cases, the highest recorded here in one day. …
 
Good water quality is essential for our survival, but it's estimated that by 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water shortages. As water scarcity becomes a greater threat to our survival, the call to produce less pollution and improve the way we manage wastewater is getting more urgent. Is it time we look at a more sustainable mod…
 
Our daily lives are undoubtedly contributing to climate change, but does our personal consumption habits really matter in the climate emergency? What difference can we make if most of the people and institutions with the most wealth and power continue to shirk their responsibility? Joining us to take the conversation beyond individual responsibilit…
 
In honour of World Environment Day today, the co-founder of Tanamera, Mohamed Faisal bin Ahmad Fadzil, discusses how Tanamera has stuck to their core principles of using raw materials for their home spa & beauty products over the past two decades, as well as the environmental impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and how businesses can capitalise on the …
 
Global CO2 emissions have decreased dramatically as countries around the world have gone into forced movement restrictions, amid fears of the global pandemic. Yet the change is not sustainable, since it has not been underpinned by structural reform. To get some insight into what infrastructure and attitude changes we need to see in order to really …
 
The impact of Covid-19 on jobless numbers is starting to come to light. SOCSO has reported job losses increased 42% year-on-year in the first quarter, with the trend set to accelerate from April onwards. To get more insight, we reached out to SOCSO's Chief of Employment Insurance Dato' Mohd Sahar Darusman, for his expectations going into the rest o…
 
The brick and mortar stores are one of the sectors that has been hit badly with the MCO. As businesses were forced to close, many of them were struggling to survive. Vernon Chua, the CEO of Innergia Labs, talks about how they spotted the sharp decline in revenue and lent out a helping hand to keep their partners afloat in this time of crisis. Visit…
 
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is apologizing for saying players who kneel in protest when the NFL season starts would be "disrespecting the flag." Brees was asked Wednesday how the league should react if more players kneel in protest during the national anthem, as Colin Kaepernick did in 2016. We get the latest from Here & Now sports an…
 
Branden Peters and Maurice Garland, co-hosts of the podcast Day 1 Radio, share four rap songs that speak to this historic moment following the death of George Floyd. And, award-winning poet and author Claudia Rankine joins us to discuss how we might understand systemic oppression through the lens of daily personal exchanges.…
 
We've seen this play out time and again on social media: a post tagged with Black Lives Matter, prompts the response: All Lives Matter. In cinemas and on television, we're told that only a certain type of narrative sells, with actors who look a certain way. Yet, as Roger Ebert says, movies are an engine for empathy. So today we wanted to explore th…
 
Pete Portal, Author of the book " No Neutral Ground " Pete's account of a journey that started in London and finds him on the Cape Flats in one of it's most notorious suburbs where he started a church that assists in rehabilitating drug addicts and helping gang members find a way out of a deadly lifestyle. We speak to Pete about his journey , how h…
 
The Industrial Development Corporation says that it has funding available to boost companies who are manufacturing quality textiles in the Western Cape. The fund will only available for businesses who will have to meet the IDC's strict qualifying criteria. To tell us more and take your calls, I'm joined Kieno by Ganief Bardien IDC Westrn Cape Regio…
 
Last year, Singapore’s first brain bank was launched by Nanyang Technological University Singapore’s Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. Done in partnership with the National Healthcare Group and the National Neuroscience Institute, the brain bank aims to be a resource for research into neurological disorders. To help us find out more about how Brai…
 
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