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Wondering how it works as a professional artist? In this episode, Shae Warnick explains her journey to Noah on how she worked as an artist after graduating, what it took to find her niche and how to find your audience! She is an advocate for collecting everything that inspires YOU and to learn how it inspires you. Art majors this ones for you. P2Be…
 
Our third episode and it's all about the fashion industry! Genet Orme shares what she has learned about the newest fashion tech and trends from California to London! She reveals how to make it in the fashion world and how she stays current with style! FOLLOW P2B instagram
 
Rudy can't fail and neither can this episode! We are joined by Rev (The Drowns) to break down and enjoy sophomore effort from The Clash. Can "punk" be more of a credo than a sound? Does Blue Oyster Cult have anything to do with this? Is Jar Jar a Sith Lord? Join us as we answer these and all the questions you were too scared to ask. It's drug stabb…
 
This week was so much fun because we had not one, but two guests to help us peel this onion. That "onion" being "Southern Harmony and Musical Companion" by Georgia's own, Black Crowes. How much life must be lived to sing the blues? When does ignoring Rick Rubin go right? Who killed that bird upon your windowsill? Why does Led Zeppelin come up so mu…
 
Ok, right out the gate there's an asterisk on this episode. We know it's not the second album. It's their fourth. See, if you have a guest fly all the way out from the east cost, we let 'em bend the rules. To be fair, it's the second album from the "classic lineup". That counts, right? And there is plenty of Philip K. Dickin' around. Anyway, Thank …
 
1996 was a wild time. The President played saxophone, got BJs, and "smoked" grass. A "Florida Man" tried to kill Bjork with a mail bomb and got WAY too close to succeeding. The Feds caught up with Ted Kaczynski who tried to kill some professors with mail bombs and unfortunately was quite successful. Tupac was gunned down in Sin City. Grunge was als…
 
Fade into this, fool. Some records are for a certain type of listening. Some records make you want to pump your fist, shake your booty, or drive fast. Mazzy's second album will not make you drive fast. In fact, I wouldn't recommend operating any machinery heavier than a roach-clip while listening to this. Settle into the gentle groove with us and j…
 
Here comes another recent second album. We're living in the now! "Happier Than Ever" is the second offering from Los Angeles native, Billie Eilish. She gets by with a little help from her songwriting partner/producer/brother, Phineas. ASMR pop is here and you'll EFFing like it!By Christopher Pfeifle, Jared Britt
 
If a disco record drops in a disco-less world, does it make a sound? You tell me. If you didn't hear Dua Lipa last year, your quarantine bubble is too tight. And, maybe get the internet. In 2021, this album was the star of every Zoom dance party, car stereo, and gas station radio. Oh, yeah, and the internet. Time to "Blawst Off"!…
 
This week, with Chris out on assignment, Peter joins Jared in the "117 Studios Compound" to discuss one of his favorite second albums. Circa Survive's second album, "On Letting Go". Jared is just not that into it, historically. Will he change his tune? Will Peter slander Led Zeppelin? Will both of our hosts admit that it's not worth the work to be …
 
We're breaking from tradition again. Sometimes we just want to take an episode to shed some light on an overlooked record or maybe one that the artist would just as soon you overlook. Such is the case with "One Hot Minute" from the RHCP. What do you do when you lose a superstar guitarist of a generation? Well, sometimes if you're lucky, you just sc…
 
Long live the fighters! Thanks to Augie (Fair Warning), and Corrie (Dune Expert) for joining us to express our many thoughts about the new Dune movie. From Harkonnen haircuts to "Eyes of Ibad" and more. Let's catch the last Hi-Liner to Arrakis and remember, it's a movie about drugs.By Christopher Pfeifle, Jared Britt
 
"Thriller" by Michael Jackson... We know. We were still young men once. We entered the pop landscape in the early 80's. We didn't know then. There were "Titans" everywhere you looked. Few of them had the help of one Quincy Jones. Steve Lukather and the rest of Toto joined the effort too. Eddie Van Halen for crissakes! We know now. But can we discre…
 
There are things that come and go from our lives. There are musical artists that make their marks and fade from view. Hemlines go up. Hemlines go down. It appears to us at TNE, that as long as she doesn't bite the head off a bat or pick up a crippling drug habit, Taylor Swift is here to stay. Join us as we delve into her big crossover, platinum, an…
 
Funky psychedelia and cutting-edge studio technique led to lots great music in 1970. The Isley Brothers, Sly and the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix. They all added their pieces but one band has come to define it. It's literally in the name. Funkadelic. Accept no substitutes. This album finds the band experimenting with the studio as well as LSD. In les…
 
Jersey July comes to a close. Don't act like we weren't going to let "The Boss" close the show the whole time. Come stroll down the boardwalk with our esteemed guest and New Jersey native, Steve Whithacomb. Marvel at the cast of characters Bruce evokes in his pre-superstar era.By Christopher Pfeifle, Jared Britt
 
Jersey July rolls on! Steve-O is back in the studio to enjoy "Slave To The Grind" with us. He'll explain life on the Shore, how he could have met Sebastian Bach but didn't, and lastly, how much it costs to drive from Jersey to Long Island. Get your sleazy hat on cuz we're gettin nasty. It's Skid Row fer crissakes!…
 
Meet Cameron Robins! Since Cameron was a young boy, his dream had always been to become a filmmaker. His dream was finally realized when after much encouragement from his wife, he changed his major from Bio-Medical to Filmmaking in college and has never looked back on it since. Since then, he has become a Filmmaker in Park City, the Utah Jazz, and …
 
You take the record advance money. You trick out your uncle's "Booga Basement". Buy some gear and build this thing from the ground up. Pras, Lauryn, and Wyclef settle "the score" after a lackluster debut and launch themselves to the top of not only the Hip Hop world but crossed over like a motherfucker with the sweet sound of Ms. Hill's voice. Quit…
 
What can you say about David Lee Roth that hasn't already been said about herpes? It started out with a good time and now he's with us forever. Listen along as we enjoy the second album from the former Van Halen frontman/demigod. This would also be the last album to feature this all-star lineup of Steve Vai, Billy Sheehan, and Greg Bissonette toget…
 
Meet Danny Ricks! Join us this week as we talk to Danny Ricks, a current faculty member about his experience of becoming a religion teacher on the BYU-Idaho campus. Listen as he shares his experience of his conversion to the gospel and how he went from not wanting to come to a Church-affiliated school to coordinating seminaries and institutes for t…
 
Well, we finally got here. Joy Division's second album, "Closer". After this, we swear we're going to cover something light hearted and joyful. Honestly, after a month of post-punk, we're all gonna need it. Listen as a young band hones their craft and zeros in on what it sounds like to be utterly hopeless. They make it hurt so good. Unsung blues pl…
 
The "High Priestess Of Punk" herself, and her Banshees released this post-punk masterpiece before there was even a word for it. Goth before it was a thing. Though not looked at as one of their "greatest" albums, we disagree. You can't listen to this album without hearing the future echoes of The Cure, Sleater Kinney, or Jane's Addiction. Also, we b…
 
In the second week of Black History Month, we go to New York City to find Living Colour and their second album, Time's Up. Elite level musicianship? Check. An old school "conscious" mind-set? Yup. More Body Glove than Daisy Fuentes at the "Spring Break Beach House"? You bet your jazz/metal/punk/soul/gospel/futuristic/hip-hop/rock lovin' ass! Time's…
 
It's the last "Hometown January" show. This week, we are celebrating The Melvins and their second album, Ozma. Unsung "Doom Metal Pioneers"? Maybe. Ripped off by everyone? Probably. Heaviest band from the Northwest? Definitely. If you are from the Northwest or just like the music, drop us a line and let us know who you'd like to hear next "Hometown…
 
Hometown January continues! Hometown for us anyway. If you are unfortunate enough to not live in the shadow of a killer volcano called Mt. Rainier, you still probably know or love this album. Nirvana's Nevermind. One of the greatest power trios up there with Cream and The Police? Logging town misery? Mean Girl snarkiness? Come as you are and see fo…
 
Before there were Black Days and Rusty Cages, there was Louder Than Love. We kick off "Home Town January" with a listen to Soundgarden's second album. Earlybirds on the so called "Grunge" scene in Seattle, Soungarden's influence would be felt for decades to come. Perhaps Seattle's tallest band? No doubt. We get up to all this and more on The Next E…
 
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