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Modern Musicology #101 - She's a Badass

Modern Musicology #101 – She’s a Badass!

She’s a Badass! We’re very excited to have the opportunity to chat with Katherine Yeske Taylor, author of the new book She’s a Badass: Women in Rock Shaping Feminism, available now from Backbeat Books. In the book, Katherine talks to 20 musicians, from legends like Ann Wilson, Gina Schock, Suzi Quatro, Exene Cervenka,

Modern Musicology #99 - Holiday Music

#99 – Holiday Music

Holiday Music The Winter Holidays are full of great music! Anthony, Stephanie and Alan share some of their favorite holiday traditions and talk about their favorite Christmas music. And as you’d expect, it’s an eclectic mix to say the least, ranging from traditional Latin hymns to heavy metal holly! We have a couple of

Modern Musicology #98 - GINA SCHOCK of the Go-Go's!

Modern Musicology #98 – GINA SCHOCK

Gina Schock To continue our 2nd Anniversary celebration, we are pleased to welcome back to our show Go-Go’s drummer GINA SCHOCK! She has an insane amount of stuff going on right now. She tells us all about reviving her band House of Schock, and gives us the lowdown on their new single, “Smile Pretty.” Gina tells us

Modern Musicology #96 - Reviewing the Rolling Stone list of 250 Greatest Guitarists

Modern Musicology #96 – Rolling Stone 250 Guitarists

250 Guitarists Rolling Stone Magazine is at it again! Another list specifically crafted to make music fans’ heads spin! This time they count down their ranking of the 250 Greatest Guitarists of All Time! And, this being Rolling Stone, there are both some very odd inclusions and exclusions. Anthony and Alan dive into this controversial list

Modern Musicology #95 - The Beatles RED and BLUE Collections

Modern Musicology #95 – The Beatles RED and BLUE

The Beatles RED & BLUE Collections With the release of “Now and Then”, the new single from The Beatles, comes reissues of the iconic two-volume collection, 1962 – 1966 (The Red Album) and 1967 – 1970 (The Blue Album). This week we are joined by Alan J. Porter, author of Before They Were Beatles: The Early Years 1956

Modern Musicology #94 - Great Producers

#94 – Great Producers

Great Producers No matter how good a band or artist is, a producer can make or break them. A good producer can elevate mediocre material, and a bad producer can turn great songs into sludge. This week we’re talking about some of the GREAT producers, those geniuses who work magic

Modern Musicology #93 - The Beatles "Now and Then"

Modern Musicology #93: “Now and Then”

“Now and Then” We’re at a moment in history — the release of “Now and Then”, the very last new recording by the greatest rock band in history, The Beatles. We’re joined by Ira Elliot, the drummer of Nada Surf and the Beatles tribute band Bambi Kino, to analyze this old/new track and the “long and

Modern Musicology #91 - GHOST

Modern Musicology #91 – GHOST

GHOST (and Other Horror Bands) In time for Halloween, we thought we’d do a show all about our favorite spooky band, Ghost! Alan and Anthony are joined by our good friend Vicki Hudson, lead singer of the Atlanta-based Rush tribute band, The Spirit of Rush, to do a deep dive into the culture of Ghost; seeing the

Modern Musicology #89 - The Albums of 1993

Modern Musicology #89 – The Albums of 1993

1993 This week we take our musical time machine back to the year 1993! It’s a crazy year with a lot of competing styles and genres, which makes it exciting! We talk about great albums by bands like Nirvana, Mazzy Star, Sarah MacLachlan, Crowded House, Daniel Lanois, Prince, David Bowie (two of

Modern Musicology #88 - The Art of Hipgnosis

Modern Musicology #88 – The Art of HIPGNOSIS

HIPGNOSIS — the graphic design team comprised of Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey “Po” Powell — dominated the music scene in the 70s and 80s and created some of the most iconic album covers ever. Their client list included Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Paul McCartney & Wings, Peter Gabriel, Def Leppard, T. Rex, the Pretty Things,

Modern Musicology #86 - Sleepy Kitty Interview

Modern Musicology #86 – Sleepy Kitty Interview

Sleepy Kitty This week Rob, Steph and Alan have the great pleasure of interviewing Evan Sult and Paige Brubeck, who together make up the rock duo Sleepy Kitty. We talk at length about their new BLESSING/CURSE, their philosophy of art, their influences, adding new players to their live shows, Paige’s love of musicals, Evan’s time in Harvey Danger . . . and,

Modern Musicology Podcast #82 - The Music of 1988 (Part 2)

Modern Musicology #82 – The Music of 1988 (Part 2)

Music of 1988! We continue on our journey through 1988 with the albums released in the second half of the year (June through December). We hit the highlights in rock (Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Crowded House, Nick Cave), rap (NWA, Public Enemy, Fat Boys, Stetsasonic), metal (Metallica, Slayer, Helloween, Anthrax), alt and

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