Episode 111 is out now! A conversation with Sergio Vega of Quicksand/Former long-time bassist w/Deftones!

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In this clip from Episode 43, the guys talk about Green Day and their three album stretch of Dookie - Insomniac - Nimrod, and how Nimrod didn't quite live up to the first two. Enjoy!

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In this segment from Episode 43, the guys talk about A Perfect Circle's first three records - and where the third one fell a bit short for them. Enjoy!

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Tony was able to see The Pixies in Portland, ME in November of 2011 at the State Theatre. Here is "Here Comes Your Man" - Enjoy!

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Anthony caught A Loss For Words in Cambridge, MA for their reunion show back in July of 2019. Here is a video of "Half Step Down" - Enjoy!

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Adam from Guster surprised everyone in the crowd at Empire's Clash of the Titans: Guster vs. Dispatch on 6/11/2014 by hopping on stage and performing with Dominic and the Lucid. Here is a clip from Airport Song - enjoy!

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In our 44th episode, we’re joined by Toby McAllister, the guitarist of Sparks the Rescue and The Jameson Four. We talk Toby’s musical come up, Sparks the Rescue’s break through (eventually landing them on MTV), the Fearless Records signing, and plenty of tour stories. Toby is just a genuine guy and…

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In our 43rd episode, the pod tackles the ‘Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad’ segment — where we deep dive into legacy bands that we feel only had two great albums in a row. We dive into the roadblock album to try to understand what happened. This is the other side of the coin to our ‘Three album run’ segm…

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We’ve had a lot of laughs, compelling insights, and truly inspiring discourse over the last 9 months. In this episode, we dive into our favorite nerdery of the year — favorite albums, favorite music moments, favorite moment on the podcast, etc. 2020 has been a wild one and we’re not letting up! (In…

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In our 41st episode, we bring back 2 things: the “He’s on Fire” - 3 album run segment and our Episode 9 guest, Greg Bergdorf (Guitarist of the Bourbon Brothers and founding member of Zebrahead). Greg joins us for this episode as if he was the 4th member of the pod. The name of the game is to select…

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The Podioslave Podcast is officially over the hill! In our 40th episode, we bring back the wheel. This time around, we populated the wheel with years ranging from 2001 through 2019 — whatever year the wheel lands on, we each pick a concert we attended that year and re-live the magic. In the year of…

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In our 39th episode, we’re joined by Matty Arsenault, the vocalist of A Loss for Words and Founder/CEO of Reclaim Music Group. We talk Matty’s musical come up, his early days with A Loss for Words, the bands growth over the years, and his current experience with artist management and development. M…

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In our 38th episode, we start a new Thanksgiving holiday tradition here at the Podioslave Podcast.......Nerducken. The premise is that we pit two like bands against each other and each defend our case for which we prefer. The guidelines being: the band you pick stays around, while the other band’s …

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In the main segment from Episode 33, the guys discuss a few bands/artists that they think were great and should have been bigger. Enjoy!

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In this excerpt from Episode 33, the guys talk about the news that Apple TV+ will have an all music channel for videos, interviews etc. Basically what MTV used to be! Enjoy.

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In this video from episode 33, the guys discuss The Flaming Lips putting on a concert where everyone was in their own bubble - kinda like the meme from earlier in the year! Enjoy.

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In our 37th episode, the pod discusses bands whose best album is their 1st record, bands whose best album is their 2nd record, 3rd record — so on and so forth. We’ve found that the deeper you get into a bands career, the harder it is for them to put out their best record. This episode is everything…

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In our 35th episode, the pod takes a close look at the current state of the music industry — focusing on a few headlines pertaining to streaming and live music. 2020 has been a wild one for the music industry and who better to look at where we’re at and where we’re headed. Headlines include Spotify…

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In our 36th episode, we’re joined by Ben Collins, the guitarist and vocalist from Chronic Future. The band came up in the 90s and continued to make a splash in the 2000s with their hit single ‘Time and Time Again’ — which was in regular rotation on MTV. Ben comes on to talk about his early days wit…

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In this video from Ep 34, the guys talk about a few different ways bands are getting creative commodifying their live streams. Enjoy!

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In this video from Episode 34, the guys talk about the recent news that Spotify employees were unhappy with some of Joe Rogan's catalog. Rogan has been quiet about this, but in a situation where actions speak louder than words, he had professional conspiracy theorist Alex Jones back on the JRE.

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In this video from Episode 34, the guys discuss Wendy's beefing with Dunkin' on Twitter, and then revealing their love for all things pop punk!

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In this video from Episode 34, the guys discuss in detail Incubus' 1999 record, "Make Yourself". This isn't your typical deep dive though....take a listen!

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In our 34th episode, the pod deep dives (with a twist) into the Incubus classic, ‘Make Yourself.’ We dissect the band leading up to the release, the rollout, and how it set the stage for what was to come. We also toss out several hypothetical questions to the band that we’ve always wanted to know t…

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In our 33rd episode, the pod discusses: RIP to Tony Lewis of The Outfield, Linkin Park and Fleetwood Mac albums charting in 2020, Flaming Lips hold a bubble concert, Apple introduces an all music video channel on Apple TV, and for the main segment: Why weren’t these bands bigger? We each pick a cou…

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