Punch Drunk Vinyl

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In this weeks episode we attempt to talk about seasonal depression, which we both take very seriously but in classic PDV fashion, we take fourteen different turns into random tangets that bring us back to depression and how it affects us... in short, we get there, slowly. Our spins this week are Miles Davis - Witches Brew B-Sides for Wes and Richard Edwards - I am El Escondido (The Soft Ache & The Moon Demo Recordings). If you listen long enough to hear these spins, you'll definitely relate and hopefully take something away from these records. We hope you enjoy this episode and as always, please reach out to us on social media and say hello. OR! Check out our new Patreon page at https://patreon.com/punchdrunkvinyl (Patreon.com/punchdrunkvinyl) Instagram: Rylan @punchdrunkrylan Wes @wesivers https://www.punchdrunkvinyl.com (https://www.punchdrunkvinyl.com)
In this episode we talk about our feelings during the global coronavirus pandemic commonly known as "COVID" and explore our individual experiences. This was recorded in November of 2020, about a week after the Presidential election and honestly, this covid inspired sad bastard type of stuff is a common theme for us, so, we'll probably revisit it again. Our goal is for you to feel like part of the conversation between two normal dudes who get together on the regular to have a drink and talk about music and how they feel about whatever. Our show always ends with a "Spin of the Week" segment where we talk about what record we're listening to and why we like it so much. This week, we're so busy talking nonsense that we just breeze over that part and I promise ya, we'll revisit those records with more feeling! :) Check us out on IG to see what we're drinking and listening to, or, just drop us a DM to say hello! @punchdrunkrylan and @wesivers
We all know that the world we live in is pretty screwed up... In this episode we give our take on a fairly recent event in the United States... We talk about Twisted Tea and the wide spread video of a racist getting slammed in the face with a Twisted Tea can in a convenient store. If you haven't seen the video, google it, it's a sad yet beautiful story about a jerk who gets a deserving hit to the face. Then, our Spin of the Week, where this time we actually listened to each others respective albums to hopefully bring the conversation to another level... and, well, getting on that next level.. is a work in progress. Check us out on IG if you wanna send us a funny meme or DM us to say you can run faster than Wes. @punchdrunkrylan --- @wesivers
Hey there! Thanks for checking out our podcast! Recorded on November 3rd, 2020... in this episode we get back to where we left off after episode #4, you know, the episode where we got a little too lit and had to edit out our drunken arguments, yeah that one! We dial it back in and talk to each other about what happened that day and how silly we both felt afterward. We also discuss our love for mental health therapy and how that's helped us through anxiety and things like panic attacks and fear. Of course, being that this was recorded on election day in the U.S. we had to talk about that for a minute as well. Our Spins this week are You And Someone Like You by The Worriers and Spades and Roses by Caroline Spence. They're both excellent records, see if you can figure out who's spin is who's by these short descriptions... Listen to The Worriers if you're feeling stuck in middle age life and hating the world. Listen to Carole Spence if you're a sap who loves Americana and love songs. Check out our website for more info on how to follow us, or go there to contact us and slide into our DMs. We want both. https://www.punchdrunkvinyl.com
We all know that the world we live in is pretty screwed up... In this episode we give our take on a couple of recent events in the United States. First, We talk about Twisted Tea and the wide spread video of a racist getting slammed in the face with a Twisted Tea can in a convenient store. If you haven't seen the video, google it, it's a sad yet beautiful story about a jerk who gets a deserving hit to the face. After that, we talk about the U.S. Capitol riots and give our opinion on how terribly wrong the riots were and what we hope might come out of this embarrassing moment in U.S. history... and Wes gives an imaginative prediction of what the streets of the world could look like in the not so distant future. Finally, our Spin of the Week, where this time we actually listened to each others respective albums to hopefully bring the conversation to another level... and, well, getting on that next level.. is a work in progress. Check us out on IG to see what we listened to this week. @punchdrunkrylan --- @wesivers
We strongly recommend that you drink along to this episode. This episode is where we realize we shouldn't get wasted and record. I'm not gonna lie, we almost scrapped the whole thing but with the wonders of editing we came though with something worth listening to. Just like episodes one and two, this conversation starts with "what're you drinking today?". Wes drinks Four Loko and I fumble through describing what "Bottled in Bond"* means for my Henry McKenna Bourbon. We flow into a conversation about expressing ourselves through our hobbies, like art, and how we use those things to distract ourselves from everyday stresses and overloads. What do you do to unwind? I'd love to hear about it. Hit me up on with a DM on IG @ punchdrunkrylan or just DM me to tell me how you wish you could get this hour of your life back. Either way, I'll be happy to hear from you! *The bottled-in-bond designation requires that the spirit must be aged for at least four years and bottled at precisely 100 proof (50% abv). It must be made by one distiller at a single distillery in one season, then aged in a bonded warehouse.... so I was pretty close ;)
We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming so that Rylan and Wes can talk about their favorite albums of 2020, both personally and in relation to the weird year we've all experienced. Although intended as a "year in review", the boys really just do what they do best and bullshit about whatever comes to mind... Realistically, it's the perfect episode for 2020, at first it doesn't quite make sense but then gets you thinking "what the fuck am I doing?"You're welcome.As always, feel free to follow Rylan on IG @ Punchdrunkrylan and DM him about whatever you want. complaints, compliments, pickles. It's your choice.
"If you need to know the answer to something, don't trust us, google is existing, in your pocket, today." Recorded October 10th, 2020. In this weeks episode we go off the rails a little bit and hey, we think you'll like it. We discuss books, our favorite record store in Spokane, mental health and our extreme disgust for misogyny and the patriarchy... most of which are recurring themes, except books, we really didn't need to talk about books. Anyway, we also take a wild stab at when Niel Young's Harvest Moon was released (guess what, we were way off), talk about Record Store day releases in 2020 and introduce a new segment that won't last called "Rant of the week" where Rylan yells about why he doesn't like spotify, then comes back around to being okay with it. Follow Rylan on IG @ https://www.instagram.com/punchdrunkrylan/ (punchdrunkrylan)
A taste of whats to come... In this episode we talk about why we like listening to vinyl records and how they make us feel. We also talk about what we like to drink and make some very solid plans for later episodes and trust me, we deliver! Follow me on Social Media IG: PunchDrunkRylan
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Podcast Details

Created by
Rylan Shaeffer
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 15th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 2nd, 2021
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
9
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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