We're trying something new and bringing you an audio version of the article featured on Chorus.fm a few weeks back. This episode dives into the music from 2005 and revisits the staff and Jason's best of list from that year. What music held up?
Pat and Garrett of The Maine join Jason to talk about the band's upcoming album, growing up in this music scene, and what it's like to be a band in control of their destiny. Show notes can be found at encore.fm.
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Jason Tate and Craig Manning talk about the best of 2018. Show notes can be found at encore.fm.
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Craig Manning returns to the show to discuss the ten year anniversary of The Gaslight Anthem's 'The '59 Sound.' Show notes can be found at encore.fm.
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MxPx released a new album last week, their first since 2012, and Jason Tate is joined by lead singer Mike Herrera to do a joint episode talking all about it. Show notes can be found at encore.fm.
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Craig Manning returns to the show to discuss the best albums of 2017. Show notes can be found at encore.fm.
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Jason Tate and Thomas Nassiff reconnect to talk about one of their favorite topics: Star Wars. This episode is full of spoilers, so if you haven't seen the movie yet — be warned. Show notes can be found at encore.fm.
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Ryan Gardner returns to the show to talk all about fall music. We start with talking about why we like fall music, what makes something, specifically a "fall album," and then dive into some of our favorite albums and songs that we think fit int
Deanna Chapman returns to the show to discuss music and technology. We talk about Brand New's High & Low set (which Deanna saw in person), new albums from Mutemath, Foo Fighters, The National, PVRIS, and more, and then go deep on the latest App
Thomas Nassiff returns to the show to discuss the album we spent years waiting on ... Brand New's 'Science Fiction.' This episode of the show differs from the previous episode in that we we spend most of the time talking about the album roll-ou
Drew Beringer returns to the show to discuss Brand New's new album 'Science Fiction.' After 8 years, it's finally here. We do a deep dive through the album, talk about our history with the band, talk about where the album sits in the band's car
Drew Beringer returns to the show to discuss the upcoming album from Manchester Orchestra. The new album, 'A Black Mile to the Surface,' is due out on July 28th, 2017 and we do a deep dive on our thoughts and impressions of the album. Show not
Craig Manning returns to the show to talk about the best albums released in 2017 ... so far. As we hit the midway mark of the year, it's time for our annual tradition of discussing what albums we've fallen in love with during the first 6 months
Deanna Chapman returns to the show to discuss a whole bunch of new music that’s been recently released. We talk about new music from Manchester Orchestra, Bleachers, Rise Against, and All Time Low. We also give some thoughts on Apple’s WWDC an
Drew Beringer returns to the show this week to talk about the new albums from New Found Glory and Paramore. First we catch up a little (Drew got married!), talk a little basketball, Funkos, the usual. Then we dive into talking about New Found G
The Graduate's 'Anhedonia' turned ten this week and former lead singer, Corey Warning, joins the show to talk all about it. We discuss the early stages of the band, recording the album, the stories behind some of the songs, and check in on what
Thomas Nassiff returns to the show to talk about live albums and when and where we think they work. We talk about our favorites, live bootlegs, and wonder why more bands don't release more live material. We also talk about March Madness, having
Ryan Gardner joins the show to talk about growing up in the music scene and the bands that first got us into music, starting young with writing online and how to parlay that into some kind of career in the future. Freelancing, journalism, and h
Jesse Cannon has credits on albums from The Menzingers, to Man Overboard, to The Cure. He has managed bands, produced bands, and has written multiple books about the music industry and navigating the current realities of being a musician and a
Craig Manning returns to the show for a discussion all about favorite bands. We talk about who are favorite bands are, what makes them our favorites, how that's changed over the years and what it means to be a "favorite," and what artists have
Thomas Nassiff returns to the show to discuss the new album 'After the Party' by The Menzingers. The album comes out on February 3rd, 2017, and we do a deep dive through the release and our thoughts on the songs and band in general. Show notes
Special guest Jacob Tender joins the show to discuss AbsolutePunk.net, SpinMedia, UnderTheGun and a lot of behind the scenes chaos that plagued the music web community over the past few years. Then we move into a discussion about creating thing
Deanna Chapman returns to the show to discuss our most anticipated albums of 2017. What made the list and what did we decide to leave off? Do we really have to mention Brand New ... again? We also talk about movies we are looking forward to, di
This week's super sized episode features a lengthy discussion about our favorite albums of 2016. We go through our top 10 and break down why those albums were important to us this year. The second half of the episode is all about 'Rogue One: A
This episode is a special bonus episode that was recorded for supporters of Chorus.fm. The hosts discussing their top three favorite Pixar movies and Thomas finds a new way to give listeners a heart attack.
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