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  • Cluster Flies: Chris Forsyth – Piper

    The JamBase Podcast ‘Cluster Flies’ series features a deep dive into Phish’s “Piper” and an interview with Chris Forsyth who covered the song for the project.

  • Episode 41: Dr. Fadiman

    On today’s episode, Oteil and Mike welcome Dr. James Fadiman, psychologist and writer known for his extensive work in the area of psychedelic research. Dr. Fadiman shares his first life-changing experiences with psychedelics, talks about using psychedelics as compared to prescription drugs, the personalities of the best spiritual teachers, and more. He also talks about…

  • Pi Recordings

    Episode 63 of the Burning Ambulance Podcast features an interview with Seth Rosner and Yulun Wang of Pi Recordings.As you probably know by now, a typical episode is based around an interview with an artist. But Pi Recordings is such an important label when it comes to the kind of music covered on Burning Ambulance –…

  • Cluster Flies: Vetiver – Driver

    The JamBase Podcast ‘Cluster Flies’ series features a deep dive into Phish’s “Driver” and which was covered by Vetiver for the project.

  • Cluster Flies: William Tyler – The Inlaw The Josie Wales

    The JamBase Podcast ‘Cluster Flies’ series features a deep dive into Phish’s “The Inlaw Josie Wales” and an interview with William Tyler who covered the song for the project.

  • TEASER: Alive Again

    Alive Again is a limited series podcast exploring the solo career of Trey Anastasio.Based on extensive interviews with Trey and his bandmates and collaborators, Alive Again will dive into evolution of Trey’s songwriting and creative development, as well as the enduring career of the Trey Anastasio Band. The show will also cover Trey’s memories composing with…

  • TEASER: Alive Again

    Alive Again is a limited series podcast exploring the solo career of Trey Anastasio.Based on extensive interviews with Trey and his bandmates and collaborators, Alive Again will dive into evolution of Trey’s songwriting and creative development, as well as the enduring career of the Trey Anastasio Band.The show will also cover Trey’s memories composing with…

  • TEASER: Alive Again

    Alive Again is a limited series podcast exploring the solo career of Trey Anastasio.Based on extensive interviews with Trey and his bandmates and collaborators, Alive Again will dive into evolution of Trey’s songwriting and creative development, as well as the enduring career of the Trey Anastasio Band.The show will also cover Trey’s memories composing with…

  • TEASER: Alive Again

    Alive Again is a limited series podcast exploring the solo career of Trey Anastasio.Based on extensive interviews with Trey and his bandmates and collaborators, Alive Again will dive into evolution of Trey’s songwriting and creative development, as well as the enduring career of the Trey Anastasio Band.The show will also cover Trey’s memories composing with…

  • WHAT Makes Jess Rosado Feel Like An Odd Bird Out?

    Episode 5 of “We’re Here Alone Together” (W.H.A.T.) features Jess Rosado: blogger, photographer, designer, mom and creative extraordinaire. You should find her @OddBirdOut on Instagram really quick. Go go go. This is Episode 96 of the podcast. Jess and I have known each other since maybe 2005 or so, and we met via the world…

  • Cluster Flies: Club d’Elf – Sand

    The JamBase Podcast ‘Cluster Flies’ series features a deep dive into Phish’s “Sand” and an interview with Mike Rivard of Club d’Elf who covered the song for the project.

  • The Modern Folk

    Greetings Dead Freaks.We’ve got a great chat with Josh Moss of The Modern Folk. Josh’s music ranges from gentle folk to, well, out there and covers a lot of points in between. We talk about his recent and upcoming releases and spin a huge mix of Grateful Dead.I also take a few minutes to remember…

  • Episode 107: Row with Daniel Goldstein

    This episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast celebrates, through an interview with director and playwright Daniel Goldstein, the release of the inspiring new musical Row, adapted from the moving memoir A Pearl in the Storm by Tori Murden McClure. Goldstein has directed over 100 plays and musicals worldwide, including work at major theaters across…

  • 194 The Rise and Fall of the American Suburbs w/ Kyle Kiismandel

    In the years after World War II, Americans moved to the suburbs in search of the peace and safety that many came to equate with the “American Dream.” By the end of the 1970s, however, suburbanites had come sense that their privileged was under siege from satanic cults, drug dealers and kidnappers. In this episode,…

  • Avery*Sunshine

    On this week’s episode of Eric Krasno Plus One Kraz talks with singer and pianist Avery*Sunshine, who has dazzled the ears of listeners all over the world with her soulful voice and beaming stage presence since launching her musical career in 1993. After many years as a live act and a choir director, Avery*Sunshine has spoiled…

  • Episode 41: Dennis McNally

    On today’s episode, Oteil and Mike talk with Dennis McNally, Author, Historian and longtime publicist for the Grateful Dead. Dennis is also known as the biographer for Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead. Dennis talks about bonding with Jerry over their love for Beat writers, shares stories about Jerry Garcia’s time in the army, and…

  • Tough Times Encapsulated in the Beauty of Her Song: Esther Rose

    Esther play two songs from her new album live, and talks about her being a country music misfit, about taking the tough times she has experienced and encapsulating them in the beauty of a song, her musical influences who are anything but household names, and much more.

  • PETER FRAMPTON

    Peter Frampton is among the most celebrated guitarists in rock history. His 1976 album, Frampton Comes Alive!, remains one of the top-selling live records of all time and produced a handful of hit singles that remain in rotation. In this episode, he joins Alex to talk about his exceptional career, from his early days with Humble Pie…

  • Bruce Springsteen – Human Touch / Lucky Town

    Show a little faith, there’s magic in the ’90s! The core trio makes a thematic detour to discuss a pair of mid-career Bruce Springsteen albums—1992’s Human Touch and Lucky Town—as we investigate the “late-era energy” of these divisive pivot points following his triumphant run in the ’70s and ’80s. Why did he ditch the E…

  • Building The Community

    On the season finale of Undermine, we hear from fans who saw Phish in the 1980s, and hear their perspectives on the band’s development as they grew from a college bar band into a regional phenomenon. In addition, we hear how tape trading first entered the Phish community, and how it fueled the band’s growth.…