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  • Episode 94: Mucho Mucho Amor, Dolphin Lover & More with Kareem Tabsch

    Kareem Tabsch is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who believes in the power of film to enrich and change lives. His filmmaking focuses on documenting the oft-ignored parts of society, that which isn’t always conventionally beautiful, widely accepted, or deemed normal. As a documentary filmmaker, Tabsch’s works have been official selections of Sundance, SXSW, True/False, Full…

  • 109: Holt Team

    More discussion with Sam Holt

  • Episode 109: Phoenix Guy Forget

    In Episode 109 we discuss the hypnotic, groove-driven jam out of first Piper, and later, the debut of the joke soundcheck jam, Guy Forget. A true jam that one can never forget, this represents the last great jam of the 1.0 era, and a testament to how creative Phish was, even in their final few…

  • John Oates

    Season Two kicks off with an interview and performance by special guest John Oates. John is best known for his legendary career with Daryl Hall and John Oates, and the variety of solo records he’s made since then, which combine to create one of the most successful music careers of our time. Oates’ brand new album “Live…

  • Alex Wise Talks Bobby

    Greetings Dead Freaks! This episode is a celebration of Bob Weir’s birthday and a dive into his unique and ever-changing guitar sound. I am joined by Alex Wise who is a fan, guitar player, and a radio host. We delve into a number of the shifting aspects of Bobby’s guitar playing queuing up examples along…

  • # 182 The Story of North Carolina Popular Music w/ David Menconi (ft. guest co-host Dolph Ramseur)

    Journalist David Menconi has documented the people and sounds of North Carolina’s music scene for almost three decades. In this episode, Ben and guest co-host Dolph Ramseur speak with David about his new book Step It Up and Go: The Story of North Carolina Popular Music, from Blind Boy Fuller and Doc Watson to Nina…

  • Son Little

    On this episode of Plus One Eric welcomes singer and songwriter Son Little, whose blend of sonic and production styles hits a new level with his latest record “Aloha”, which he calls “aggressive lounge R&B”. Little talks with Kraz about how Stevie Wonder and Prince were breakthrough influences for him, and the two reminisce about first…

  • Dick’s Picks Vol. 16 – 11/07-08/69, San Francisco, CA

    In this week’s episode we explore Dick’s Picks Vol. 16 from the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA on November 7 and 8, 1969. PRIMAL DEAD! Coming just a few weeks shy of the Altamont Festival & the end of the 1960’s, we hear The Dead in a period of growth and transition. Just three…

  • New Comes A Time + Keller Williams

    If you like what we do, leave us a review! Tell a friend! If you leave us a review and tell a friend about us, we’ll put you in a running to get a limited edition Osiris poster.Liz Dozier on Comes A Time. This week, Mike and Oteil are joined by Liz Dozier, who tells…

  • EPISODE FIVE

    04/17/1992 Reba12/16/1995 Weekapaug Groove08/08/1997 Wolfman’s Brother—12/31/2003 Stash08/07/2009 Sneakin’ Sally Thru The Alley—06/19/2019 Birds Of A Feather10/09/1999 Ghost -> My Left Toe—OSIRIS MEDIA  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • 170 – All Aboard The Travers Brothership

    No Simple Road is stoked to bring you The Travers Brothership this week and a special surprise with Apple’s Dad before the interview! Twin brothers Eric and Kyle Travers have been making music and stunning audiences since they started playing music together at 7 years old. In 2012 the brothers formed their latest project, Travers…

  • Episode 15: Liz Dozier

    On today’s episode, Mike & Oteil are joined by Liz Dozier, who tells the story of how she turned a Chicago high school around, which led her to start Chicago Beyond, an organization that invests in youth education. Liz discusses the challenges that kids face across the country, and why we need to think deeply…

  • Episode 62: 1980’s Horror Films, Part One

    In this episode of Welcome To The Party Pal, hosts Michael Shields and Mitch Lucas commence on a two part exploration of, and an ode to, 1980’s horror films. In what was a truly game-changing decade, rife with unfathomable ingenuity and creativity, 1980’s horror films launched franchises, birthed tropes that define the genre to this…

  • Episode 69: Kevin Morby

    Listen to singer-songwriter Kevin Morby on ‘The JamBase Podcast.’

  • Ambrose Akinmusire

    Phil Freeman talks to trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire.

  • New Season of PPFL + October 2000 Phish + Cher!

    Some new podcast episodes to share, and please give us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. If you tag us and share your review, we’ll enter you into a contest to win a limited-edition Osiris poster. Past, Present, Future, Live! Season Two. We’re excited to share the trailer for Season…

  • Episode Seven: Cher – Believe (w/ Brittany Spanos)

    Do you belieeeve in life after Late Era? This week, we’re joined by Rolling Stone staff writer Brittany Spanos for an episode that’s all about Cher. The pop icon’s entire discography could be seen as a series of late era comebacks, culminating with 1998’s ‘Believe,’ her biggest album ever, released over three decades into her…

  • Season Two Trailer

    Here’s a trailer for Season Two. The season will premiere on Tuesday, October 20, featuring John Oates. Season Two also features interviews with, and live performances from, Nicole Atkins, Calexico, MC Taylor (Hiss Golden Messenger), Larkin Poe, Alex Skolnick (Testament), Jessica Dobson (Deep Sea Diver) and many other amazing musicians.Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify,…

  • Episode 186: October 2000

    The Harder They Fall 2000! This month, we join our friends at Under The Scales and Beyond The Pond in looking back at the Fall 2000 tour and the end of Phish 1.0. Here on HFPod, we’ll focus on the last week of the tour, in October of 2000. Our friend Justin Bruce, who has been…

  • Episode 93: The End of Policing with Alex S. Vitale

    In this episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast, host Michael Shields interviews Professor of Sociology and Coordinator of the Policing and Social Justice Project at Brooklyn College, Alex S. Vitale. Professor Vitale has spent the last thirty years writing about policing and consults with police departments and human rights organizations internationally. He is a…