Albany, NY based singer-songwriter Olivia Quillio joins Dave on the podcast to talk about her beautiful and emotive new album, Get Down And Pray. Olivia’s cat Rob also makes a guest appearance to voice his opinions on the current state of the music industry. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Olivia’s […]Read more "Old School Record Review #53- Olivia Quillio"
Get Behind Me Satan The White Stripes V2 Records, 2005 by Noah Kucij Now that the White Stripes’ story has more or less been written, let’s […]Read more "Give The Devils Their Due"
This week on Old School Record Review, Stephen Mccauley and Kevin McNamara of yesper Skyped into the podcast to discuss yesper’s senses sensei EP. Recorded in empty penthouses in a high rise apartment building under construction, senses sensei is a brilliant example of using your surroundings to create an undeniably unique feel on a record. […]Read more "Old School Record Review #28- yesper"
On this week’s podcast, Henry Toft of Uncle Rico joins Dave via Skype to discuss his concept album, The Father, The Son and The Broken Dream. Exploring themes of failure, family and desperation, the album is a dark portrait of a man whose best days are behind him. The album is available for purchase on […]Read more "Old School Record Review #27- Uncle Rico"
This week on Old School Record Review, Elliot Liebman of Many Voices got together with Dave to discuss their album, Mountains and Other Faraway Things. A concept album, Mountains is a classic coming of age story told through music. If you like tasteful instrumentation and lush vocal harmonies, give Many Voices a listen. The album […]Read more "Old School Record Review #26 – Many Voices"
This week on Old School Record Review, Benny Zanfagna of Red Tail Hawk called into the show to discuss the band’s EP, Magnetic Malaise. The boys went deep on this one, delving into plant allies, proper word use, the nature of consciousness and, of course, several tracks from the record. Magnetic Malaise is available through […]Read more "Old School Record Review #25- Red Tail Hawk"
something forever the mineral girls self-released, 2014 by Matt Meade I hate when anything is all lowercase. It drives me nuts. It feels like some kind of clever marketing gimmick to me. I hate marketing, I hate clever, and I hate gimmicks. I used to love it, of course. I came of age in the […]Read more "nothing lasts forever"
Dave and Matt Meade got together via Skype to run through the constantly growing and evolving career of Jack White III. The conversation starts with The White Stripes and weaves through his involvement with The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather and his current solo endeavors. No, they didn’t forget about Meg. Matt professes his most intimate […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep #5 The White Stripes/Jack White III"