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'3 From The 7' is Relix’s weekly news podcast, chronicling three of the jam world’s biggest news stories from the last seven days. Hosted by Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta (Assistant Editor, Relix) and Karina Rykman (Bassist, Marco Benevento + Karina Rykman), '3 From The 7' takes an exciting look at everything from tour announcements to festival lineups to epic live sets.
 
Author of THE DARK PATH Isaac Weishaupt hosts this show focused on pop culture and its role in the occult agenda to instill ritualistic symbolism in entertainment! This podcast provides unbiased opinions and discussion on the symbolism, theories, pop culture, music, film, gossip and celebrity tabloids; in a safe and positive light with respect to all opinions and world views. Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infi ...
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse NPR producers The Kitchen Sisters (The Keepers, Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, and Fugitive Waves). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast" —Ira G ...
 
Episode 27: the Barrens, the Fiery Furnaces, the Vaselines, Soundgarden, Jonathan Fire Eater, Interpol, Nat Brower and the Power, Mudhoney, My Chemical Romance, Pearl Jam, A1 People, Dr. Skinnybones, Joy Sisters, Highway Gimps, Second Hand Coke, R.E.M., Nina Hagen, I Fight Dragons, MUSE, Weezer, Mazzy Star, Windmill, XTC, A Black Tie Affair, Daughtry, DJ Deadfish, Ace of Base, Slayer, Early Man, MAME, Rabato, Smashing Pumpkins, Thinktankok, VHS or Beta, Rival Schools, Scharling, Morning Fuzz ...
 
Follow Bing and Max through time and space as their inter-dimensional Break Room carries them to the very limits of imagination and beyond. Our heroes will tackle any topic, be it news, comics, movies, video games, cosplay, mental illness, Pearl Jam or anything in between. Expect rambling.
 
Metro Minutes is a podcast from the legendary Metro & smartbar in Chicago. Founded in 1982, Metro & smartbar have hosted everyone from Pearl Jam and Nirvana to Chance The Rapper and Vince Staples. Each week Joe and Brett will bring you behind the scenes details from the archives, interviews with special guests and a whole lot more.
 
Montreal and Toronto. Two Canadian guys ranting about sports and whatever else is on their minds. While this show may be fairly new to you, in reality it has been going on for a very long time. There have been so many epic debates and conversations over the past twenty five years that at one point we realized that we should be recording our conversations. This is really a show about how sports affects us.
 
McCartney In Goal is a podcast that debates and dissects a great album of pop music. We chat about an album that we love and put it through an imaginary sporting World Cup style-knock out scenario. At times, we may be uninformed. We could be biased. We promise to be unruly. Hosted by David Hughes, and joined by fellow referees, Brett and Steve Sumner. Find us on Twitter @McCartneyin and Facebook. Website: mccartneyingoal.com
 
For all the choice tidbits of "Beatles" inspired influence, including the most candid & up close personal stories available, revolving around all your favorite artists."Bringin' it Back to "The Beatles" with Doug and Ben" will include in-depth interviews with celebrities who discuss their bodies of work while including intimate aspects of how they were profoundly impacted by "The Beatles" throughout their lives. Doug Kolk is a professional entertainment broadcaster in Los Angeles. Ben Don Sh ...
 
From 1986-1992 The Cathouse was at the epicenter of the Hollywood Rock scene. Some of the biggest bands in rock would play unannounced shows at the Cathouse but it wasn't the performances by bands like Guns n Roses, Motorhead, Alice Cooper, Pearl Jam, Faster Pussycat, Black Crows (the list goes on) that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the raunch and roll. Riki Rachtman former host of MTV's Headbangers Ball owned the Cathouse. He opened it with his roommate Taime Do ...
 
Andrey Psychè is an interdisciplinary artist that found solace in music. What once was background noise has become the centerpiece of his life. He spends most of his time translating his other disciplines into music. Paintings turn to poetry turn to lyrics turn to songs turn to album covers turn to clothe apparel and so on. Psychè recycles every bit of creativity he stumbles upon, squeezing out everything he can before moving on to whatever is next. ​ His music has been labeled as raw, hones ...
 
Dan Hanzus and Bob Castrone love listening to music- almost as much as they love hanging out in a garage and talking about it. On The Throwback Podcast, lifelong friends revisit important albums from their past and go through them--track by track-- with fresh ears. From the classics to the cringeworthy, every week is a throwback.
 
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Consequence of Sound and Sony bring you an exploration of legendary albums and their ongoing legacy. Join host Jill Hopkins as she examines how masterpieces continue to evolve: shaping lives, shaking rafters, and ingraining itself into our culture. Maybe you’re a longtime fan who wants to go deeper. Maybe you’re a first-time listener curious to hear more – either way, you’re in the right place.
 
Iconic Sonics celebrates the history of the great Seattle SuperSonics, including the team’s journey and experiences in Seattle. It explores the stars and stories that made NBA basketball in Seattle legendary. Iconic Sonics is brought to you by Truth+Media and Dicks Drive-In!
 
Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
 
Hyper-analyzing all of your favorite terrible songs. From Taylor Swift or Nicki Minaj to Billy Joel or Rush...no one is safe. New episodes every time we feel like it! Artists like: Billy Joel, Ariana Grande, Kiss, Iggy Azalea, Britney Spears, Alice Cooper, Heart, Pitbull, Steve Miller Band, Taylor Swift, one-hit wonders galore, actors gone rogue, anything and everything else
 
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We're nearing the end of our Hometown Series and a show that absolutely needed to be apart of that conversation gets the spotlight in this episode. This one covers the first night of the 2018 Home Shows - a two night stay at the ballpark formerly known as Safeco Field that fundraised $11 million dollars to combat homelessness in Seattle. This show …
 
Pearl Jam might have had the most ambiguous relationship with fame of any major rock band. In the early nineties, they were arguably the biggest rock band in the world, but the group gave few interviews, made no music videos, and were difficult to see live due to their ongoing refusal to work with Ticketmaster. 1994’s Vitalogy captures the band in …
 
We take a third look at MORE info on the Travis Scott blood sacrifice theory. We'll review the ACTUAL footage of the whole concert and the symbolism and ideas behind whether or not Travis knew what was happening. We'll talk about the luciferian messaging behind everything, the mountain portal and its connection to CERN and the Swiss Goddard Tunnel,…
 
Skip and Josh countdown their top seven songs from one of the most influential rock groups of all time and also one of their favorites - Pearl Jam. Also in this episode: The Braves are the World Series champs, Skip has some homework to do, the mailbag, the Manning bothers on Monday Night Football and some TV recommendations. Additional links that w…
 
On this episode, we bring back a beloved segment, read some emails, and listen to a few recently release new songs! "Long Way" from Ed's soon(?)-to-be-released solo album, Earthling. We also check out three songs from the Sean Penn film, Flag Day...."My Father's Daughter" featuring Ed's own daughter, Olivia, on vocals, Flag Day (Eddie and Glen Hans…
 
Episode 29: Please Please Me (The Beatles). McCartney In Goal is the podcast that debates and dissects the great albums of popular rock music, using a competitive knock-out format. Today we’re discussing, Please Please Me is the debut studio album by The Beatles and was released on Parlophone on 22 March 1963. McCartney In Goal -vs- Twitter Support…
 
At last, we're back in the Motor City! Put your speakers in the window and go on the roof and listen to the Miracles, as well as us talking about the triumphant return of Diana Ross, the inauspicious debut of the Commodores, and the most-used Motown song in pop culture history. The Miracles - Love Machine (Pt. 1) Diana Ross - Love Hangover Marvin G…
 
Sad (S8.Ep1) Most songs are open to interpretation, but Randy Sobel (Live On 4 Legs Podcast: https://liveon4legs.com/) wants you to know that sometimes you can be wrong. Join us for a conversation about the BINAURAL cast-off, “Sad,” the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and some stealth marketing for the new Ghostbusters movie… References: Live on 4 Legs Epis…
 
We discuss trying our hand at something new- NFTs! My name is Isaac Weishaupt and I've been hosting the Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture podcast since 2014. I've written several books focused on transhumanism and the occult global agenda of getting us into a digital matrix. Now that Mark Zuckerberg is openly promoting it with the new Faceboo…
 
I found a new favorite band called The Main Squeeze and they have some awesome covers of classic rock songs. Also, an update on my VO career. Songs By: Steve Miller – Jungle Love The Main Squeeze – Have a Cigar (Pink Floyd Cover) The Main Squeeze – Since I’ve Been Loving You (Zeppelin Cover) The Main Squeeze – Hotel California (Eagles Cover) The Ma…
 
On this day, his birthday, we spend a few more minutes discussing Jimi Hendrix, with Brad Schreiber, author of the book "Becoming Jimi Hendrix: From Southern Crossroads to Psychedelic London, The Untold Story of a Musical Genius." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy allmusicbooksdeepdive
 
The 2006 tour is seen as Pearl Jam's last massive rigorous touring year in their catalog. Supporting the Self Titled, or better known as Avocado record, they were finding their groove with new songs while also emptying their tank of all their songs with long droughts of not being played. The Albany show that we cover in this episode takes place jus…
 
We talk about the holiday of Thanksgiving! We'll discuss some theories on its sexy origins, symbolism and the real definition of turkey! We'll also discuss the real origins of Black Friday!! We'll hit the Tier 4 Dedications and a once in a lifetime offer for half off all my products on my Gumroad store! Use promo code "onelove" to get signed paperb…
 
Andy’s new release recommendation is the debut record from singer, trumpeter and DJ Emma-Jean Thackray and her record Yellow. Her house infused take on a classic jazz sound is grand and propulsive. Dude’s Old Dog selection comes from the legendary Stevie Wonder and his classic 1973 record Innervisions. The record showcases Wonder’s mastery of numer…
 
Skip and Josh take a break from counting down their favorite things and instead catch up on some news from the world of sports and pop culture including: The Canadian men’s soccer team trying to qualify for the world cup, Skip’s message for Aaron Rodgers, MLB awards, Josh’s TV recommendations, the start of the college basketball season, Peyton and …
 
Michael DesBarres’ six-decade career as an actor and rock singer is a veritable museum of pop culture. From To Sir, With Love to MacGyver and over a hundred other TV and film roles, and a diverse music career including brushes with Led Zeppelin, Sex Pistols, and appearing at Live Aid as the lead singer of The Power Station, Michael recounts his sto…
 
Veteran journalist Joe Nocera’s neighbor in the Hamptons was a therapist named Ike. Ike counted celebrities and Manhattan elites as his patients. He’d host star-studded parties at his eccentric vacation house. But one summer, Joe discovered that Ike was gone and everything he’d thought he’d known about his neighbor -- and the house next door -- was…
 
We take a look at yet another tragedy within the hip hop community- the passing of Young Dolph. We'll discuss his background, predictive programming, symbolism of the Illuminati, the dark arts of Egyptian Freemasonry and Alchemy, flaming pentagrams and the occult significance of the city of Memphis. We'll also revisit his deceased cousin- Juice WRL…
 
1997 was somewhat of a quiet year for Pearl Jam, at least on the touring side of things. Busy recording their fifth studio album, Yield, they kept a low profile and took a break from having to deal with their continued Ticketmaster boycott. It wasn't until November that Pearl Jam would play a 4-night stint of shows in the Bay Area as the opening ac…
 
Comedians Tess Barker and Babs Gray, who you might know from Lady to Lady or the now legendary Britney’s Gram podcast, are here to bring you a brand new investigative series about Britney Spears' conservatorship and the court system that's allowed it to persist. You can binge all 10 episodes of Toxic: The Britney Spears Story RIGHT NOW on Stitcher,…
 
Tom Delonge, co-founder and former member of pop-punk band, Blink 182 discusses the new Angels & Airwaves album, the lack of Beatles in his life, John Lennon's UFO sighting, and why form side project bands when Blink 182 exists?By Doug Kolk & Ben Don Sherwood
 
One hundred-twenty-five years after he was arrested for sitting down in a whites-only train car, Homer Plessy may be pardoned for his crime. In 1896 his landmark case, Plessy V. Ferguson, went before the Supreme Court which ruled to uphold "separate but equal" racial segregation which remained in effect until 1954. In June,1892, Homer Plessy, a mix…
 
We’re going to try something a little bit different and introduce a new wrinkle in our AllMusicMovies podcasts. We’re going to introduce you to an old friend, co-worker and music industry veteran. I worked with Sonya Kolowrat for many years at Rykodisc, and she now heads up the US catalog department at Beggars Group. More importantly, she loves mus…
 
We go over some DISTURBING symbolism found in Disney's cult classic- HOCUS POCUS! Grab your pumpkin spice lattes ladies because I'm about to blow your minds! We'll go through the entire film (plot spoilers) and find connections of the cast and crew with ACTUAL Salem witch bloodlines! Some connections we'll discover include the Necronomicon and most…
 
Get out your eyeliner – this week we’re talking about two gothic rock records The band formally known as Idle Hands are back with the follow up to their acclaimed 2019 record Mana. This time around their sound is a little less metal and a little more goth rock, pulling heavily from the 80s. For a bit of perspective we dive into one of those influen…
 
In this episode, we venture into a part of the country we have yet to touch - Salt Lake City, Utah! As the band's Ticketmaster boycott prevented them from playing marquee venues in 1995, they often found themselves in challenging scenarios playing shows in obscure places. While the capital of the 45th state may not be totally obscure, it's strange …
 
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