Episode 115 is out now! A conversation with Jesse Leach of Killswitch Engage/Times of Grace!
June 12, 2020

Episode 14: 'What happened to that band?' segment, Indie venues closing, and more

Episode 14: 'What happened to that band?' segment, Indie venues closing, and more

In our 14th episode, the pod discusses: The prospect of 90% of the independent music venues closing, music in times of civil unrest - Rage Against the Machine, System of a Down, and others, a reaction to the new Run the Jewels album, Warner Music going public/IPO, Album anniversaries for Red Hot Chili Peppers' 'Californication', Queens of the Stone Age's 'Rated R,' and Atmosphere's 'God Loves Ugly,' and lastly for the main segment, which will likely be an ongoing segment for us, a 'What happened to that band?' segment -- where we each come to the table with bands that seemed to have disappeared, fallen off the radar pre-maturely, or bands we wish we got another album out of. We won't spoil them all here, but a few include: Quarashi, Our Lady Peace, and Fun.

(On this episode: (0:00) Intro to the episode and new intro music. (4:00) Discussion on the prospect of 90% of the independent music venues closing. (10:12) transition to music in times of civil unrest - Rage Against the Machine, System of a Down, and others. (15:30) a reaction to the new Run the Jewels album. (20:50) Warner Music going public/IPO. (25:55) Album anniversaries for Red Hot Chili Peppers' 'Californication,' Queens of the Stone Age's 'Rated R,' and Atmosphere's 'God Loves Ugly.' (39:05) The main segment of the episode: a 'What happened to that band?' segment -- where we each come to the table with bands that seemed to have disappeared, fallen off the radar pre-maturely, or bands we wish we got another album out of. We won't spoil them all here, but a few include: Quarashi, Our Lady Peace, and Fun.

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