Backstage Pass: Retro Edition – Episode 6

In July of 2008, my podcast IndieUprising was doing pretty well. I was broadcast on XNDRadio and because of that I was given tons of “professional” sounding bumpers and stings. I had the opportunity to speak to Evan Weiss of Into It. Over It. I’m still pretty happy with this…

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The Geekcouch: Backstage Pass – Episode 16

This week discover Rose Windows, Obits, Andy Fitts, Free Throw, Grandview and Wrestling With Wolves.

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The Geekcouch: Fireside Lounge – Episode 1

Tim was born in Taiwan, but at the age of 10, legally moved to Miami with his mother and sister, where they lived for seven years (with a good chunk of that time also spent in Ecuador) before a legal mess ensued, forcing them to return to Taiwan. They managed…

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Backstage Pass: Retro Edition – Episode 5

  The one thing I loved the most about doing the music podcast are the bands that have become some of my favorite all-time bands. Death Ships was one of those bands. Their album Seeds Of Devastation surprised me at how good it was. From the CD packaging to the…

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The Geekcouch: Backstage Pass – Episode 15

  This week discover Their / They’re / There, Exohxo, The Torches, Yourself and The Air, Owen,  & of Montreal. 

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Bands You Should Know: Belgrade

This band took me by surprise. They were so good, in fact, that even though I had a promo copy of their album, I went out and ordered the LP. Belgrade is unique to anything out right now, but could be peers to many late 90s and early 2000s post-punk…

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Bands You Should Know: Banquets

I fell in love with Banquets’ self-titled album immediately after hearing it. Originally they were advertised to me as “pop-punk” but even hearing the first measure of music, I knew that wasn’t the case. If I had to classify Banquets’ sound I’d say New Found Glory meets The Ataris meets…

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Backstage Pass: Retro Edition – Episode 4

On October 17th, 2006 I spoke with Denton Adam about his band The Springs. I had friends in a band called Mourning September and they had been on tour together. This was when I had just started the podcast and I really loved The Springs’ tunes. Needless to say, you…

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