We hang out at Hunter Bennett’s house (he of DC rock band Dot Dash) and talk about his passion for hardcore. Today he tells us about his true introduction to punk – the 1981 “Rodney on the ROQ” compilation album on Posh Boy Records. Featuring Agent Orange, Adolescents, Circle Jerks, Black Flag and the Crowd.
We conclude Americana Week with a grab bag of other cool artists our friend Dan Gursky got to see at AmericanaFest in Nashville. Featured: Rainbow Girls, Martha Spencer, Orville Peck and Chris Stamey.
Day 4 of Americana Week, our friend Dan Gursky tells us about some key Americana artists from other countries, including Ilse DeLange of the Netherlands, the Maes from Australia, and Jade Bird and Yola from Britain.
Dan Gursky talks about more great artists he saw at AmericanaFest: Sarah Shook, Tami Neilson, Carl Anderson, Mark Erelli and Dawn Lanes.
Our friend Dan Gursky talks about some of the best artists he saw at AmericanaFest in Nashville: Dead Horses, Molly Tuttle, Lori McKenna, Jade Jackson and Aaron Lee Tasjan.
Our friend Dan Gursky recently attended the AmericanaFest in Nashville. We hung out at Dan’s house for a discussion about this increasingly popular genre. Featuring music by Brandi Carlile, John Prine and I’m With Her.
Patron of the pod Mike Snider gets to pick the topic. He’s been intrigued by the new album from the Highwomen and wants to talk about supergroups, including Them Crooked Vultures, the Traveling Wilburys, Blind Faith and more.
Podcast patron Nick Scalera gets to pick the topic. He wants to talk about Galaxie 500’s “On Fire” album, celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Podcast patron Mike Wagner gets to pick the topic. We talk about the recent Replacements’ recent reissue “Dead Man’s Pop,” which includes new mixes of the album “Don’t Tell a Soul.” And we talk about remixes in general.
Jim’s been digging new music by Palehound and the French Canadian band Corridor. Plus, we play a Yo La Tengo cover, also by Palehound.