The Music of 1988 The Modern Musicologists (Anthony, Rob, Stephanie and Alan) take a look at the albums that were released in the first half of 1988! We hit the highlights in rock (Robert Plant, Cinderella, Van Halen), rap (Boogie Down Productions, DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, Run DMC),
Here’s the tale of five castaways with no single luxury, except for a homemade sound system that can play all their favorite cds. Mike, Mike, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi queue up their favorite albums at the risk of being voted off the island. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek
Cigar Nerds Podcast: Retaliators Mount Up. This week we answer the question what happens when a bunch of Metal guys decide to help make a horror movie. We are reviewing The Retaliators. Will the movie be as good as the amazing soundtrack? Listen to find out. In science we talk
Second Albums! This week the Modern Musicology gang, joined by our good friend JM Tuffley, chats about those difficult, stressful, tricky second albums! You’ve had your entire early career to write, perform, and perfect the songs that’ll go on your first album. But what then? What about the second album? If your first album
This week the Monkeeing Around gang discuss the Monkee’s episode “Monkee Vs. Machine” and how it relates to hiring and manufacturing practices today. Monkeeing Around is a part of the ESO Podcast Network, Executive Producer Mike Faber.
This week the Modern Musicology gang celebrates some of the greatest musical collaborations of all time! What happens when two artists, two songwriters, an artist and a producer, or two bands come together to create something entirely new? The results are always amazing, right? Well, most of the time, but not always!
Travel Music! The Modern Musicology Team is joined by Julianne Wurden, a travel advisor for Rick Steves Europe and a host of Monday Night Rick, to talk about the role music can play in international travel as a way of learning a language, immersing in a culture, and getting to know the locals. She also tells us about
Kate Bush is having an extraordinary resurgence due to one of her most iconic songs, “Running Up That Hill”, being used in the new season of Stranger Things. A whole new generation is being introduced to the mysterious, reclusive rock chanteuse. Here, we delve into the career of this extraordinary artist and unveil all
Earlier this year, I challenged myself to get outside my entertainment comfort zone and watch different kinds of media than I normally consume. I watched and reviewed a short film, a documentary, and a movie that came out last year that I really wanted to see but just never got
YouTube Breakfast: Problems and Pain is episode 253 of the Soul Forge Podcast! A rare walk and talk episode with great sound quality! This week on the podcast, we are discussing a variety of topics. Join me on my mail route for about 20 minutes as I waxed philosophically and
Summer Festivals is the topic as we move from May into the summer months! Rob, Anthony and Alan talk about recent and upcoming festivals and recall some great stories from festivals past. We talk about what makes a great festival for us, extol the virtues of streaming shows, and Anthony
Joe and Toni discuss Shaps in the Classic Doctor Who minisode A Fix with Sontarans and are then joined by Christine Cherry to discuss Podcast in Distress, a song that sounds exactly like an anxiety attack feels. Download Podcast in Distress! Featuring Christine Cherry, Matt Golden, Felicity Kusinitz, Ray (and