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  • Episode 443: Tropical Fuck Storm’s ‘Braindrops’

    From the ashes of legendary Australian punk mainstay The Drones has risen the mighty Tropical Fuck Storm! On their follow up to 2018’s A Laughing Death In Meatspace, Gareth Liddiard and crew are tearing at the walls of sonic reality yet again, this time as they stare straight-faced into the coming apocalypse. Special guest PJ…

  • Episode 46: Jennifer Hartswick

    Episode 46 of The JamBase Podcast features “The Art Of The Sit-In” with Jennifer Hartswick of the Trey Anastasio Band and “The Rundown” of recent news items.

  • My Suicide Story

    The “guest” in Episode 69 is actually me. It’s me talking about suicide, including the story about the night I tried to kill myself a little over 25 years ago.I’ve touched on this topic with a few of my guests, at all different levels. Most significantly, perhaps, back in Episode 62 with Bill Protzmann, where…

  • Bonus: Top Albums Of 2016 + 2017/2018 Redux

    In this Bonus Episode we take a look back at the year 2016 and discuss our favorite albums of the year. In addition, we review our 2017 & 2018 lists and talk about what we would have changed and/or kept the same from those years in which we broadcasted our countdowns. David’s Top Ten Albums of…

  • Defining A Sound As Elusive As Their Namesake: The Deer

    The Deer are a band that does not fit into any one box, any single term you might use to describe them. The term “folk” comes up a lot when you hear about this Austin, Texas quintet. Descriptors like “indie folk”, “transcendental Texas folk” and “psychotropic folk” are all floating around out there, but like…

  • #006 Rick James 1997

    When I spoke to Rick James in 1997, he had already been a megastar, a prisoner, and a recipient of royalties for the use of his “Super Freak” bassline in MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This.”At the time, he was about to start a tour to promote his first album in nine years, “Urban Rhapsody,”…

  • Episode 442: Casey (Rae) & William (Burroughs) and the Cult of Rock ‘n’ Roll

    Musician. Educator. Podcast Host. Cat dad.Casey Rae is a man of many talents, and with William Burroughs and the Cult of Rock ‘n’ Roll he adds “author” to that list. Equal parts history of and on-ramp to all things Burroughs, Cult tells the tales of the long strange trips that artists throughout rock ‘n’ roll…

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