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Elemental Movie Review - Earth Station One Ep 710

Elemental Movie Review

Ever wonder about the hidden lives of water, fire, air, and earth? After all, it’s Elemental. Mike, Mike, Rob Levy, and Shirley Burton look at the newest feature film from Pixar. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek Girl’s Take and Shout Outs. We want to hear from you! Feedback

Modern Musicology #74 - The Music of 1983 Part 2

Modern Musicology #74 – Music of 1983 (Pt 2)

1983 Part 2 This week we talk about the second half of 1983 — July through December. With incredible debuts by Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Wham!, Metallica, Slayer and more, plus major releases from Yes (90125), Genesis (Genesis), Huey Lewis and the News (Sports), KISS (Lick it Up), Motley Crue (Shout at the Devil), Lionel Richie (Can’t Slow Down), John Cougar Mellencamp (Uh Huh), Paul McCartney (Pipes of Peace), Eurythmics (Touch), Duran Duran (Seven

Modern Musicology #73 - The Music of 1983

Modern Musicology #73 – The Music of 1983

1983 Shoulder pads, spandex and Return of the Jedi — it’s 1983, baby! This week we look back at one of the most important years in music, with more huge albums and singles celebrating their 40th anniversary than you can shake a Cabbage Patch Doll at. The year is SO big, in

Modern Musicology #69 - John Robb Interview

Modern Musicology #69 – John Robb Interview

This week on Modern Musicology we have the extreme pleasure of chatting with bassist, author, radio and TV presenter, journalist, DJ, publisher, and founder of Louder Than War JOHN ROBB, talking about his new book The Art of Darkness: The History of Goth, which releases in the US on Tuesday, May 16. We chat with John

Modern Musicology #67 - It's a SPARKS Show!

Modern Musicology #67 – It’s a SPARKS Show!

SPARKS Show! This week, with Stephanie and Alan away for the week, the podcast is taken over by Rob and Anthony, who take the opportunity to do a deep-dive on one of their favorite bands, SPARKS! They discuss how they became Sparks fans, what they love about the band, seeing the band live, the Mael Brothers’ importance

Modern Musicology #62 - Tony Levin Interview

Modern Musicology #62 – TONY LEVIN Interview

Rock Legend TONY LEVIN This week we had the extraordinary honor of chatting with the legendary Tony Levin! We talk with Mr. Levin about the imminent release of the new Peter Gabriel album and his preparations for the upcoming Peter Gabriel tour. He then regales us with stories from throughout his impressive career,

Modern Musicology #61 - Gary Clark Interview

Modern Musicology #61 – Gary Clark Interview

This week we’re excited to welcome Gary Clark to the show! Gary began his career in the late 80s as frontperson of the Scottish band Danny Wilson, writing and singing the band’s 1987 international hit “Mary’s Prayer.” Throughout the 90s and 2000s, he recorded one solo album and two albums as a

Modern Musicology #60 - Punk Photographer Theresa Kereakes

Modern Musicology #60 – Theresa Kereakes

This week Alan and Stephanie — joined by Steph’s husband Bob Perry — chat with Theresa Kereakes, one of the 150 or so core members of the original LA punk rock scene. Theresa began taking photos at a very young age, and by extension, she chronicled the early LA punk scene with her camera. Her famous photos

Modern Musicology #58 - Celebrity Records

Modern Musicology #58 – Celebrity Records

Celebrity Records This week we take a look at celebrities who aren’t immediately thought of as musicians that make records. Sometimes they’re schlocky crap, but sometimes the celeb has legit musical talent and sustains a whole successful second career. We cover everything from Shatner and Hasselhoff to The Bacon Brothers, Clint Eastwood, Patrick

Modern Musicology #57 - The Albums of 1973

Modern Musicology #57 – The Albums of 1973!

The Albums of 1973! This week the Modern Musicology crew piles into the DeLorean, fires up the flux capacitor, hit a cruising speed of 88 mph, and heads back to the year 1973!  We talk about some of the great music released that year, with debuts by Bruce Springsteen, Queen, and Aerosmith, plus influential records

Modern Musicology #55 - Richard Evans Interview

Modern Musicology #55 – Richard Evans

Interview with author Ricard Evans: Richard Evans is the author of the new book Listening to the Music the Machines Make: Inventing Electronic Pop 1978-1983. This definitive book explores how krautrock, disco, glam rock, and punk inspired an electronic pop revolution and how that revolution went on to establish the foundations for

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