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  • Robert Randolph + Martina McBride + Goose + Weekend Spins!

    We are back with some great tunes to get you through the weekend. If you like what we do, please give us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Please check out:Robert Randolph on Eric Krasno Plus OneGoose on Inside the Musician’s BrainDave Dederer on Past, Present, Future, Live!Martina McBride on…

  • Episode 30: Avi Loeb

    Oteil & Mike welcome Avi Loeb, Harvard Professor of Science and Chair of the Department of Astronomy. On today’s episode, Avi explains his theory that our solar system was recently visited by advanced alien technology from a distant star, his philosophy around science, and his views on how the academic and scientific community should approach…

  • Episode 101: The Revisionaries with A. R. Moxon

    In this episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast host Michael Shields explores an achievement in fiction writing, a tour de force of a novel heralded by critics as a “modern classic” and a “spectacular invention” entitled The Revisionaries. Penned by A.R. Moxon, who is featured in this episode, The Revisionaries is a wildly imaginative,…

  • Dom Flemons: Finding New Ways Forward By Reviving Music’s Past

    Conversation with Dom Flemons and music from his album Prospect Hill, as well as selections from that record’s reissue disc of bonus material. Plus, you will hear Dom joining up with Reverend Peyton and Steve Cropper on a new cover of “Shake Your Moneymaker”.

  • Muriel Grossmann

    Phil Freeman talks to saxophonist Muriel Grossmann.

  • #043 Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980 Interview

    A never before published interview with Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980.The challenges of commercial radioThe advantage of making a name for himself in bands like Yes, Genesis, and King CrimsonThe problems with playing in big-name bands vs. as a solo actHis thoughts on touring with GenesisWhat attracts him to the U.S. marketWhat he wants to…

  • Winter 2021 Preview

    Excerpts of upcoming guests’ interviews and music

  • Martina McBride

    In this episode, multiple Grammy® nominee Martina McBride joins Maggie to talk about the early days of her career, the positive impact she has on the women in her audience, and what she’s doing to change the ratio in the music industry. The two discuss the story behind her song “Independence Day” and get real…

  • Episode 11: Goose

    Rick Mitarotonda and Peter Anspach are members of the popular indie-groove band Goose, whose fan base continues to grow even during this global pandemic. In today’s episode, Rick and Peter discuss the moment they knew they wanted to play music for a living and the origins of the band, Goose’s various virtual/socially distanced shows, their…

  • Dave Dederer (The Presidents of the United States of America)

    This week, we bring you an interview with Dave Dederer of The Presidents of the United States of America. Dave is best known for his work with the Presidents, who soared to the top of the charts in 1995 with their self-titled album that had the mega-hits “Lump” and “Peaches.” But the Presidents, and Dave, have a…

  • Episode 70: The Mandalorian Season 2

    In this episode of Welcome To The Party Pal hosts Michael Shields and Mitch Lucas commemorate the second season of the Disney+ television series The Mandalorian which stars Pedro Pascal as the title character, a bounty hunter trying to return “The Child” (Grogu!) to his people, the Jedi. It is part of the Star Wars franchise, set after the events of Return of the Jedi (1983)…

  • Time Travel

    Greetings Dead Freaks!We’ve reached a new year and what better way to mark the coming of a new year than to toss away our calendars and journey back in time. My guest this episode is Brad Tenbrook, co-founder of the Helping Friendly Podcast and my co-host there and on the upcoming Osiris Media podcast, Undermine.…

  • #187 The Insurrection Episode

    Bob Crawford is back, so he and Ben decided to take an episode to talk about recent political developments and where they (might) fit into our historical narrative.

  • Robert Randolph

    On this week’s episode Kraz talks with Robert Randolph, frontman of Robert Randolph and the Family Band. Randolph is one of the most galvanizing performers in modern music. His band brings an invigorating swagger to the blues, and the way that Randolph combines gospel, funk, and high-energy rock n’ roll makes for an exhilarating listening experience. They have…

  • Weekend Spins for YOU

    This week it’s just Brian while RJ disappears somewhere. We kick things off with a rundown of a few of the great podcasts put out by Osiris this week before diving into Weekend Spins.Podcasts Discussed:Trick Bag w/ Neil The Night HowlerSalute The Songbird w/ Maggie Rose—Jennifer HartswickComes A Time—Capitol InsurrectionUndermine—TrailerAlbums discussed:Casper Clausen—Better WayDexron Douglas &…

  • EPISODE EIGHT

    06/14/2000 Jam08/16/1998 Ghost—08/14/1996 Tweezer12/06/1986 Jam12/30/2015 Chalk Dust Torture—Don DeLillo: Americana – P 178-179—01/02/2003 46 Days07/01/2012 Fee—OSIRIS MEDIA  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Episode 29: Ophira Eisenberg

    Oteil & Mike chat with comedian Ophira Eisenberg this week on Comes a Time. Ophira shares her experience doing some comedy shows during COVID, and she and Mike discuss the internal monologue and the many quirks that come along with being a comedian. The three ponder the “inner critic,” its many forms and their aspirations…

  • Ophira Eisenberg

    Oteil & Mike chat with comedian Ophira Eisenberg this week on Comes a Time. Ophira shares her experience doing some comedy shows during COVID, and she and Mike discuss the internal monologue and the many quirks that come along with being a comedian. The three ponder the “inner critic,” its many forms and their aspirations…

  • Episode 75: John Kimock

    Episode 75 of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features an interview with drummer/producer John Kimock who talks about Astrology Days Records, a label he launched with Cabinet’s Pappy Biondo, and a variety of other topics.

  • 20/21: LOOKING BACK & LOOKING AHEAD

    Alex looks back on 2020, from the great artists who were lost, to the trajectory of the pandemic and some of the unexpected moments in between. He shares personal reflections and stories, and gives us a peek at what’s ahead for Moods & Modes in 2021.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.