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Best Tom Mullen podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Tom Mullen podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Hollywood Uncorked
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Movie producer Ben Haber, restaurateur Scott Kay & screenwriter Tom Mullen share wine and swap stories with guests from the world of entertainment.
 
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Washed Up Emo
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Join Tom Mullen for a look back at when emo was an unknown word, its relevance now and speaks to those deeply involved with the emo/punk/hardcore/post-hardcore scene.
 
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Live Free Now
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News, views and tools you can use to live a more free and prosperous life.
 
Each episode recaps the week's events and is about 30 minutes so it's perfect for a drive to work. Let's be friends.
 
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Side Quest Podcast
Monthly
 
If Tim Ferriss and Nerdist had a love child that loved fitness and Star Wars, it would be this show. This is a fitness podcast that explores the stories of coaches, trainers, athletes and explores their struggles and triumphs. Life is like an RPG so I look to explore the tools they used to conquer their quests.
 
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Rethinking Risk
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A podcast series featuring conversations with some of the innovators, trailblazers, and leaders in the insurance and risk management industry. We'll get their insights and perspectives on some of the trends, issues, and developments shaping risk management and commercial insurance.
 
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Today we welcome singer, guitarist and lyricist, Scott Hobart from Giants Chair. Giants Chair are a midwest band that in the early 90s influenced many in the scene we know today. Starting out on the legendary Caulfield Records, Giants Chair have been off and on over the years and continued to be talked about when this genre and era is mentioned ...…
 
Cougar Town began as a joke between co-creators Bill Lawrence and Kevin Biegel: Could you actually make a show with a name that bad? Well, they did just that—with the resulting show running for six seasons and more than 100 episodes on ABC and TBS. Biegel joins the Hollywood Uncorked panel and the week’s guest host, screenwriter Karen McCullah ...…
 
Today we welcome Tracy Wilson from Dahlia Seed. You may also know her from her other bands Souvenir, Ringfinger or Positive No. If it is a no, let me explain. Tracy is an icon in the emo scene because she made her own path and her own rules on how to make it in the scene. Tracy and I talk about her many bands, jobs and stories over the years th ...…
 
Veteran producer Matt Gross boasts credits across all genres and platforms, from movies like Fired Up and Across the Universe to TV projects like Sons of Liberty, Dirty Sexy Money and Day Break. Fortunately for the Hollywood Uncorked panel, Matt is almost as passionate about wine as he is about entertainment—especially about the wines in this e ...…
 
Today we welcome Casey James Prestwood from Hot Rod Circuit. Casey and I talk through the history of Hot Rod Circuit and his current endeavors with country music and his band The Burning Angels. Casey recently released a 7” out with fellow friend Josh Berwanger on Lost Broadcast Records that’s worth checking out. If you ever wanted to know the ...…
 
We welcome back Dan Didier from The Promise Ring to talk about the album “Very Emergency.” Why do you ask? Because today, September 28th, 2019 is the 20th anniversary of this album’s release on Jade Tree Records! To that, I wanted to find a fun way to celebrate and talk about the album. So Dan and I connected earlier this week to discuss many t ...…
 
Brian Duffield has made a name as one of the most versatile screenwriters in Hollywood—from making waves at age 23 with his first comedy spec Your Bridesmaid Is A Bitch to writing the McG-directed Netflix thriller The Babysitter to co-writing Insurgent, the uber-successful second installment of the Divergent franchise. As he joins the panel and ...…
 
Today we welcome Tim Kinsella. You may know Tim from such bands as Cap’n Jazz, Owls, Make Believe, and Joan of Arc. He’s currently playing music with his wife in Good Fuck. Tim and I spent time talking about his work ethic, the word emo, and the podcast interview starts with us discussing the recent Joan of Arc documentary and where they got th ...…
 
It wasn’t enough for author Tommy Wallach to simply write the New York Times-bestseller We All Looked Up. He also had to go and record an entire album of original music to go with it. Turns out, music and writing are just two of Wallach’s many talents, which also include devising the popular escape room, Lab Rat, which was recently named the 8t ...…
 
Today we welcome Jamie Stillman from EarthQuaker Devices, an effects pedal company out of Akron, Ohio. Jamie was also in bands you may have heard of like The Party of Helicopters, Fringe Candidate, Relaxer (his current band,) and my favorite, Harriet the Spy. Harriet the Spy was a band out of Kent, Ohio that was around from 1993-1998 and was an ...…
 
As a veteran exec in the animation divisions at Dreamworks and Sony, Michael Lachance has conceived and developed some of the most iconic animated movies of the past two decades—from helping concept Shrek 2 as his first project out of college to pitching Jeffrey Katzenberg the title and idea for Kung Fu Panda. In this episode, Michael helps the ...…
 
I believe this is our second time taking a road trip together. We got poker, the desert heat, thrift stores and even a Mexican food easter egg. It's a lovely time. Leave a review man. Come on.By Rick Savage
 
While 3Pas Studios has risen to become a top Hollywood producer of TV and movies oriented toward Latino audiences, VP Carlos Aguirre says its mandate is really no different than any other production company: find amazing material and bring it to the screen. In this episode, Carlos details his journey from journalism to mainstream studios like P ...…
 
Jade and I connected early on during the first album, "Real Stories Of True People Who Looked Kind Of Like Monsters." I was a huge fan and supporter. Following that debut, it was great to see the mainstream press take a liking to him after the amazing follow-up, "The Yunahon Mixtape." Now the album coming out August 16th, "Basking in the Glow," ...…
 
Tom Mullen is a busy man. He has a podcast called Washed Up Emo, he has a website called Washed Up Emo, he has another website called Is This Band Emo? AND he started and still runs Emo Night NYC. I was so excited to talk to Tom. We chat about bands like Jimmy Eat World, Refused, Taking Back Sunday and many more. We also talk about the backlash ...…
 
As the EVP of Development and Production at Walden Media, Naia Cucukov has touched a string of the company’s family-oriented releases, from A Dog’s Purpose to Steven Spielberg’s The BFG to the surprise 2017 hit Wonder, which went on to gross more than $300 million. In this episode, Naia helps the panel with their continuing exploration of the N ...…
 
Has there ever been a joke so offensive that Fox’s Family Guy didn’t want to touch it? We get the answer to that question and many more as we sit down with one of the show’s longest-tenured writers and its co-executive producer, Kirker Butler. With three bottles of 2015 Barbaresco providing our highest-rated wine night ever, Kirker talks about ...…
 
Today, we welcome Chris Crisci from The Appleseed Cast. Chris has been on my list for the entire 8 years of this podcast’s existence. I am honored to finally have him on the podcast. I loved Chris’ appreciation for the scene, constantly challenging himself, and not resting while making the band work alongside his day job, family and life. The b ...…
 
I don't want to pick favorites but this might be my favorite Savage of The Week. Just got back from DC so we talk about that a bunch plus I defend Taylor. Someone needs to! XOXO.By Rick Savage
 
Tamara Chestna has traveled that rarest of Hollywood paths: from production executive to working screenwriter. In this episode, she sits down to talk about the unusual journey, the Amy Poehler-directed comedy Moxie she recently had greenlit by Netflix, and why the ongoing battle between agencies and the Writer’s Guild are so awkward (and not fu ...…
 
Last episode we got a bunch of new listeners because of Adam Lambert. Sweet! I talk about that and then do a little deep dive on Christopher Moltisanti's excellent taste in music. A couple of fun Savages too. Please leave a review or tell a friend. Thanks!By Rick Savage
 
A few months ago, I asked a couple of prior podcast guests Brian Lowit from Lovitt Records and now Dischord Records and John Davis from Q and Not U, if they thought an in-person interview could happen. Through their help and a little timing of a personal wedding in DC set this plan in motion. As this podcast gets into its 8th year with no signs ...…
 
Got some great questions from Instagram so this is just a fun Q&A episode - covering everything from Carne Asada burritos to regrets to Queen. It's fun. Please tell a friend if you enjoy! Thank you!By Rick Savage
 
Things got a little hectic this week so just popping on to say "hi" and "bye" until after next week. Will be back after that. Love you. XOXO.By Rick Savage
 
When screenwriter Adam Pava (The Boxtrolls, The Lego Movie 4D) landed a gig as the writing assistant for Phil Lord & Chris Miller’s MTV animated series Clone High in the early 2000s, he knew immediately he was in with the right two guys. And while the controversial show was short-lived, Pava’s professional partnership with the prolific writing ...…
 
Today we welcome Mitch Wilson from No Knife! Mitch and I have spoken to each other over the years and finally got some time to chat. We got deep into the San Diego scene, meeting Rocket from the Crypt and Drive like Jehu and early days of being on a label associated with a major. How No Knife met The Get Up Kids, their deep relationship with La ...…
 
I was on a music panel that wasn't a scam! I sent an email for my girl Demi. The Deftones are playing a cool show. There are two Savages. SOMEONE PLAYED A NOT NICE PRANK ON ME.By Rick Savage
 
As Hollywood Uncorked hits its 80th episode, we celebrate with three of our most epic segments, featuring Survivor’s Jeff Probst, Superstore’s Lauren Ash, and writer/director Conrad Goode (Anger Management, Me Myself & Irene). As we sample three inexpensive bottles of rosé, our guests talk about the lucky breaks, big chances, key relationships, ...…
 
Did you know Bakersfield was actually pretty cool? I didn't. I saw Taking Back Sunday a few weeks ago and had a blast. A weird thing happened with an ad. Adam is a Savage. Leave a review pretty please!By Rick Savage
 
Today we welcome John Vanderslice. I found out about John through his album in 2000 called, Mass Suicide Occult Figurines, on Barsuk Records. It stuck with me and I’ve followed him since. Last month, he released his latest album “The Cedars” on Native Cat Recordings. He’s on tour with Pedro the Lion and worth a listen if you’ve never dived into ...…
 
Gina sits in this week! We talk about Poway a little bit, fawn over Beyonce's Netflix Special and play an impromptu game of F, Marry, Kill. It was her idea. At the end of the show I track thru the Poway playlist I made on Apple Music. Reminder to leave a review please! It really does help. XOXO.By Rick Savage
 
Celebrating Nas' album turning 25, I play some clips from our show with him. I talk about my first ever show at a real comedy club (with a clip!) and our Savage is disappointing. Please leave a review! We haven't got a new one in a while. Thanks!By Rick Savage
 
As an executive for French animation studio Cyber Group, Ira Singerman deals in two sectors of increasing importance in Hollywood: animation and foreign markets. As he helps the guys on their journey through Champagne by sampling three bottles from the Côte des Blancs region, Ira talks about switching over from the world of live-action producti ...…
 
A documentary was released a few years ago called "Don’t Break Down," about Jawbreaker. Fun fact: Dan Didier, drummer for the Promise Ring, Maritime and Vermont was the producer of the film! After seeing a screening of the film, I was fascinated at how much footage they had of Jawbreaker. I found out later from Dan that Adam was the one that ha ...…
 
Joe and I went to high school together and were both fans of politics. He made a career out of it. We have a great chat about the current political climate, how we got here and where we are headed. I love this conversation. If you like it, please tell a friend! Xoxo!By Rick Savage
 
A lively Part 2 of our conversation with Cobra Kai creators Jon Hurwitz and Josh Heald as we detail their respective early careers writing the comedies Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle and Hot Tub Time Machine, as well as their thoughts on the future of Hollywood. We also reach the climax of the Hollywood Uncorked All-Valley Tournament and fin ...…
 
We had lots of Savage options this week but ended up with a good one! Also, one of the girls from Dirty John is a must follow on Instagram.By Rick Savage
 
Gina is back and this time with a new segment! Also Nipsey, Cardi, Kanye, KFC and the Savage of The Week is one manager not to mess with.By Rick Savage
 
Wow, we made it to 150 episodes. Crazy to think about all the folks that have come on to share their story with you and I. To that, a big part of this is agreeing to be open and talk about their music. American Football gets the gold star. Before the reunions, in January 2014, Mike was on the podcast for the first time chatting about his career ...…
 
On their own, Jon Hurwitz and Josh Heald have more-than-impressive track records for launching and furthering well-known film franchises. Heald wrote the comedy classic Hot Tub Time Machine and its hilarious sequel. Meanwhile, Hurwitz (with writing partner Hayden Schlossberg) has written all three Harold & Kumar movies and directed the 2012 ins ...…
 
A nice little recap on today's Apple Event, plus I talk about The Inventor (and her eyes), Bill & Ted and a feel good Savage. Leave a review pretty please. XOXO.By Rick Savage
 
David Bazan has always been on my list to be on the podcast, it just took almost 8 years. I always sorta thought he’d want nothing to do with me or the podcast. As with this stuff, I got over it and just asked. It worked and fittingly, David has also resurrected Pedro the Lion, with the first album under that name in 15 years. The album “Phoeni ...…
 
My tweet got deleted because UMG still doesn't understand the internet. The Bill Murray doc is amazing and I saw Chris Rock last week. The Savage of The Week is 17 and he rules. Please leave a review.By Rick Savage
 
Today we welcome Matt Traxler, guitarist from Brandtson. The band, out of Cleveland was on Deep Elm and The Militia Group back in the day and they recently reissued some lost demos through Matt’s label Steadfast Records. Super fun talking to Matt and a band that if you didn’t realize was around then or now, it’s worth going back and listening t ...…
 
Glenn Farrington has lived a lot of lives—from street cop to stand-up comedian to successful digital entrepreneur. Of course, the only sensible step after such a seemingly scatalogical career path was to add an even more random title to his professional stable: TV writer. As Glenn helps the guys heartily quaff three bottles of red wine from Ita ...…
 
This episode takes place over 3 days. The first 8 minutes are in the car with me. If the sound of the freeway is too much to handle, skip ahead. The Chappelle story is worth it. Promise. Check out the Hawaii video if you haven't yet: WATCH!By Rick Savage
 
I watched the MJ doc and it messed me up. Michael Buble is used as a palette cleanser. The Savage is crabby. Check out the YouTube channel HERE!By Rick Savage
 
If you’re a studio executive looking to bring some hard-core humor to a female-centric comedy script, there’s a good chance Karen McCullough is at the top of your list of potential writers. After all, she wrote 10 Things I Hate About You, The House Bunny, and Legally Blonde (along with its upcoming sequel) alongside her writing partner Kirsten ...…
 
Back from our trip to Hawaii. A bunch of fashion brands were accidentally racist. Or, not so accidental? Also, a very cringey Savage of The Week.By Rick Savage
 
I first heard Starmarket on the 3rd Emo Diaries compilation in 1999 and soon after they released their third album “Four Hours Light.” I was instantly blown away with the post-hardcore sound and the next level indie rock/emo sensibility. I never met these guys back in the day and with some reunion shows recently in Japan and their home country ...…
 
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