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The MV Podcast 176: Planetarium (Roundtable)
On episode 176 of The Modern Vinyl Podcast, we talk "Planetarium." The new album features Sufjan Stevens and friends (very talented friends, like from The National and such), while we discuss the album's history, its use of ancient gods and astrology, along with much more. The B-side poses the question: what musicians would we want to see join forces for a project? Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. 
The MV Podcast 191: Revisiting The Smiths (Strangeways)
To conclude their Revisiting The Smiths series, Chris, Mike and James talk the band's final full length, "Strangeways, Here We Come." Between the music industry bashing of "Paint A Vulgar Picture," the breakup writing-on-the-wall of "I Won't Share You" and the bizarre "Girlfriend In A Coma," there's plenty to discuss. We end with some "Pick Your Poison," debating the two Smiths tracks designated as "the worst."Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon.
The MV Podcast 014: I’m Creeping Your Way
Subscribe on iTunes We're back with episode 14 of The Modern Vinyl Podcast and we've got our longest episode to date. We start with a discussion on Warped Tour 2014 and where we think the tour is at during recent years, while then jumping into a roundtable on Anberlin's latest full length album, Lowborn. Personally, didn't like it as much as I would have wanted to, but Anberlin fans should at least stick around for the legacy talk. We also talk Copeland, Taking Back Sunday and we play a round of Pick Your Poison. Sidenotes/Apologies: — I call Bradley Hathaway by the wrong name of Bradley Walden. Apparently I had the new Emarosa song on the mind. Big apologies to that talented singer songwriter. Really, stick around for his track at the end. — The run-across-America/cancer research campaign I mention in the intro can be found here. Timeline: 8:40 — 11:07, Wish List — Camp Trippin 12:00, Side A: Warped Tour 18:00, Bands dropping in on Warped Tour (ADTR, Linkin Park) 31:03 — 36:48, ADJY — A Phenomenology of Silicon 37:18, Side B: Anberlin "Lowborn" Roundtable 47:46, Highlights of "Lowborn" 51:44, Lowlights of "Lowborn" 57:58, Our favorite Anberlin albums 1:04:30, Side C: News Briefs (Copeland discussion, Taking Back Sunday discussion) 1:17:22, Side D: Pick Your Poison, Cute Is What We Aim For edition Hollywood vs. Navigate Me 1:23:40, Recommendations 1:29:50, Bradley Hathaway — How Long Music Music from Flesh and Bone Records/Listen to everything you heard and pick up some tapes at Bandcamp Roundtable Music from Anberlin — "Birds of Prey," "Atonement," "Harbinger" and "We Are Destroyer" — courtesy of Tooth and Nail Records. Pick up Lowborn on vinyl Where To Find Us @JackMEB/@chrislantinen /@notmichaelpaul Want to sponsor an episode? Our sponsorships are affordable to both big and small entities, whether you’re a record label, vinyl retailer or just interested in vinyl records and what we have to say. You can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com for more information. You receive a couple mentions, including a full pitch at the beginning of the episode.
The MV Podcast 011: Julio Anta of The Native Sound
Subscribe on iTunes With The Native Sound approaching its 1-year anniversary, it was the perfect time for a chat with Julio Anta, friend of the site and the label's founder. Sporting releases from the likes of John Vanderslice and Koji, along with buzzworthy roster signees Miserable and Vow, the label is certainly on the upswing and you would be wise to keep an eye on them. We talk about the initial inspiration behind The Native Sound, the diversity Anta aims for in his roster and we also play three songs from the label catalog. Timeline: 4:30, Beginning of interview with Julio Anta of The Native Sound 9:05, The inspiration behind The Native Sound 15:46, The benefits of cassette tapes 19:16 — 22:58, Divino Niño — Bottle Demon 22:56, Diving deeper into The Native Sound's roster 27:40, There's more to "Drone" than you may realize 34:38 — 37:32, Vow — Planks 38:00, How approaching artists has changed throughout Year 1 39:45, The label's goals 41:45, Soundsupply drop 43:12, Recommendations 48:16, Miserable — Bell Jar Music Provided by The Native Sound Stream their catalog at Bandcamp and purchase vinyl at their webstore Intro Music from "Here Comes The Night Time," by Arcade Fire/Merge Records Where To Find Us @chrislantinen Want to sponsor an episode? Our sponsorships are affordable to both big and small entities, whether you're a record label, vinyl retailer or just interested in vinyl records and what we have to say. You can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com for more information. You receive a couple mentions, including a full pitch at the beginning of the episode.
The MV Podcast 008: No Guitars Allowed
Subscribe on iTunes The eighth episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast is a dandy, as we talk about the new album from Say Anything, Hebrews. James Cassar and Modern Vinyl contributor Michael Escanuelas join me in the roundtable, as we discuss if the "no guitar" experiment works, where Max Bemis is at in his songwriting career and if it was really necessary to yell swastika so many times. Stick around for the first edition of "Top of The Top 5," which has us listing off our favorite Say Anything songs (vote below); for some talk on the Blink 182 splatter series; and for when we dig into the Reader Mailbox. We did have some sound issues this time around and I apologize for that. We're gonna really work on eliminating that background noise next time around, while some Skype "beeps" and "boops" get in there toward the end. Again, apologies. Timeline: 3:12, What Have We Been Listening To? 8:32 — 11:31, Three Man Cannon — Patiently 11:32 — 35:35, Roundtable Discussion on Hebrews 35:36 — 37:36, The Weaks — How To Put An Audience To Sleep In Under Two Minutes 38:05, Top of The Top 5 (Say Anything Songs) 46:00, News Roundup 48:00, Random Pull 51:10, Reader Mailbox 58:25, Ma Jolie — Cannonball Top of The Top 5 Who picked out the best Top 5 list of Say Anything songs? Let us know and as a reminder, here's our lists. And yes, I've already voted for myself. Chris 5. Less Cute 4. The Futile 3. Skinny Mean Man 2. Admit It!!! 1. Belt James 5. The Church Channel (ft. Hayley Williams) 4. Judas Decapitation 3. It’s A Metaphor, Fool 2. Admit It!!! 1. I Want to Know Your Plans [poll id="8"] Music Provided by Lame-O Records Stream their catalog at Bandcamp and purchase vinyl at their webstore Intro Music from "Here Comes The Night Time," by Arcade Fire/Merge Records Roundtable Music from "Hebrews," by Say Anything/Equal Vision Records Where To Find Us @getcerebral/@chrislantinen/@notmichaelpaul Want to sponsor an episode? Our sponsorships are affordable to both big and small entities, whether you're a record label, vinyl retailer or just interested in vinyl records and what we have to say. You can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com for more information. You receive a couple mentions, including a full pitch at the beginning of the episode.
The MV Podcast: Episode 2
Subscribe on iTunes The Modern Vinyl podcast is back for its second episode and this week we're talking about the rising prices of soundtrack releases, along with tackling some weekly news highlights and taking reader questions. Stick around for me possibly mispronouncing some things and for the story about how I picked up Jimmy Eat World's Futures for $20. Here's the breakdown for episode 2: Sponsored By: Enjoy The Ride Records Pick up their brand new pressing of Jonny Craig's Find What You Love and Let It Kill You, along with vinyl releases of Something Corporate's North, NK's Basement Tapes and Good Charlotte's self-titled album, among many others. And use promo code "modernvinyl" to get a free koozie with your order of an LP. ETR Twitter ETR Facebook ETR Instagram Timeline: 4:23, The Rising Prices of Soundtracks 9:10, Jurassic Park and Mondo 13:08 — 17:41 Of Us Giants — Take It Home 17:41, Weekly News Wrapup (Sum 41, Tigers Jaw, Chiodos, The Early November, Bad Timing Records, Brand New) 34:00, Weekly Releases 35:31, Random Pull 38:02, Reader Questions (Submit to @modernvinyl using the hashtag, #AskMV) 53:24, Of Us Giants — Nova Scotia Corrections The upcoming Dolly Parton album is her 42nd full length. Trivia James talks about how Chiodos was originally named "The Chiodos Brothers," which could be called a tribute to the creators of Killer Klowns From Outer Space, long considered one of the greatest cinematic disasters of all time. Music Provided by Of Us Giants Pick up their album at Ronald Records Intro Music from "Here Comes The Night Time," by Arcade Fire/Merge Records
The MV Podcast 109: Top 5 (Drive Thru Records)
Episode 109 of The Modern Vinyl Podcast has Chris and Mike listing off their top 5 releases from Drive-Thru Records. From Something Corporate to Steel Train and beyond, the ranking not only takes us on a tour of those releases, but the label history as well.Timeline1:30, Side A: Top 5 (Drive-Thru Records)8:42, Leaving Through The Window14:20, Dashboard Confessional22:00, Lunch For The Sky38:20, Nothing Gold Can Stay46:15, Trampoline53:00, The Room's Too Cold56:15, Honorable Mentions1:07:30, Side B: RecommendationsWhere To Find Us@chrislantinen / @notmichaelpaulGet advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. Want to sponsor the podcast?If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The MV Podcast 030: Copeland — Ixora (Roundtable)
Subscribe on iTunes For this week's episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast we talked the new album from Copeland, titled Ixora. We did all fall on one side, but I think you'll still be interested in the lyrical themes we pulled out, how we compare it to the band's past output and what exactly we'd skip on repeat listens. We also take a ton of reader questions, all Copeland based. And of course...the theme song! Timeline 5:47, Beginning of our roundtable on Ixora — 6:50, Overall thoughts on the record — 11:17, The lyrical theme, according to Chris — 12:50, Favorite Tracks — 17:55, The lyrics behind "Ordinary" — 28:21, Future Skips 36:00, Reader Questions 42:15, We devolve into a talk about 10-year tours 48:05, Our after credit scene, aka we forgot to talk the vinyl details Where To Find Us @getcerebral /@chrislantinen /@notmichaelpaul Music Courtesy of Copeland and Tooth & Nail Records. Pick up their album at iTunes. We'll keep you updated on any more vinyl pressings. Want to sponsor an episode? Our sponsorships are affordable to both big and small entities, whether you’re a record label, vinyl retailer or just interested in vinyl records and what we have to say. You can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com for more information. You receive a couple mentions, including a full pitch at the beginning of the episode.
The MV Podcast 028: Perfect LP — The Early November
We did it. The (early November) Early November appreciation episode is here in all its timely and slightly cheesy glory. Me and Michael Escanuelas take this moment to honor the emo-rock group and construct a Perfect LP for all to enjoy, which includes cuts from basically all their albums (even In Currents which Mike is not fond of). We talk the best 13 tracks we could assemble to portray their career, while also hitting on their breakup, reunion and everything in between. The podcast also starts with an exclusive song premiere, courtesy of Secret Audio Club. Go pick up the new EP from The Reveling on 12" vinyl (oh that artwork!). Perfect LP Playlist Timeline 1:40, Exclusive Premiere: The Reveling — Silhouettes Pick up the 12" record at Secret Audio Club. 8:00, Beginning of Early November Lovefest/Description of Perfect LP rules 9:00, Our first song selection, "Every Night's Another Story" The video we reference 16:30, Memories of The Room's Too Cold 22:00, Talking the band's breakup and "Tell Me Why" 27:00, Our fourth song selection, "Outside" 33:10, Our sixth selection, "1,000 Times A Day" 41:10, Our ninth selection and off the Punk Goes '80s compilation, "Power Of Love" 47:31, Our 12th selection, "Hair" 50:35, And our closer, "Sunday Drive" 52:00, Final thoughts on the band 53:35, Billboard stats 54:15, Honorable mentions Where To Find Us @chrislantinen /@notmichaelpaul Music Intro/outro music courtesy of Merge Records/Arcade Fire. Early November clips courtesy of Drive-Thru Records, Fearless Records and Rise Records Want to sponsor an episode? Our sponsorships are affordable to both big and small entities, whether you’re a record label, vinyl retailer or just interested in vinyl records and what we have to say. You can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com for more information. You receive a couple mentions, including a full pitch at the beginning of the episode.
The MV Podcast 024: Two Different Apples
We're back! The usual suspects start off with a roundtable discussion on the new Weezer album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, while we then delve into the greatness (or lack of) of the Punk Goes series. Stick around for some Pick Your Poison, which we haven't played in forever and for some recommendations. Sponsor Triple Crown Records, the home for artists such as Into It. Over It., Fireworks and Bad Books, among many others, is the current sponsor of The Modern Vinyl Podcast. The label’s current releases include: Absent Sounds, the brand new full length album by From Indian Lakes. You can stream the album over at streaming services and the vinyl edition is available on 180-gram black and clear with cream splash variants. Tiny Moving Parts’ brand new full length work, Pleasant Living. You can pick up that album over at their Hello Merch store and it’s available at streaming services. The repressing of Brand New’s The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me. It’s currently available on double black vinyl (limited to 3,000) in a gatefold jacket. Corrections Punk Goes 90s: Volume 2 was also pressed to vinyl. We state that only Punk Goes Christmas was pressed. They should do the acoustic volumes and Pop: Volume 1. Covers albums are probably actually really expensive to make. Emo Goes Pop is on indefinite hold. Timeline 0:00, Our Sponsor — Triple Crown Records 2:25, Reader Questions 5:38, From Indian Lakes — Ghost 10:23, Side A: Roundtable — Weezer's "Everything Will Be Alright In The End" 11:06, Favorite Tracks 20:25, "When Weezer actually used to mean something to me" 23:20, Weak Links 27:53, The Running Story 29:17, Would this be a good spot for Weezer to hang it up? 34:35, Should Rivers go solo? 38:44, All We Are — I Wear You 42:02, Side B: Punk Goes Whatever 49:28, What "Punk Goes" would we want to hear? 52:00, Our favorite "Punk Goes" covers 55:55, Side C: Pick Your Poison — Punk Goes Edition Falling In Reverse — Gangsta's Paradise Like Moths To Flames — Some Nights 1:01:30, The favorite "Punk Goes" from readers 1:07:01, Side D: Recommendations 1:17:03, Tiny Moving Parts — Sundress Where To Find Us @getcerebral /@chrislantinen /@notmichaelpaul Music Provided by Triple Crown Records. Weezer clips courtesy of Universal Republic. All We Are appears courtesy of Domino Recording Company.
The MV Podcast 034: D’Angelo & The Vanguard — Black Messiah (Roundtable)
Subscribe on iTunes The Modern Vinyl Podcast is back and this time our centerpiece is a deep dive into the new album from D'Angelo & The Vanguard. We run the gamut (between the 3 of us) on just how much experience we've had with D'Angelo in the past, but I feel it's an informative discussion of an important album. Our Side B topic introduces a new feature, called Exgirlfriend FM, and we hope to continue it in the future. We've also got three great tracks to share with you (will be getting back into the 3 track tradition). Note: We start going a little robotic during the 16-18 minute mark. That clears up and does not appear at anytime afterwards. We apologize for the audio issue. Sponsor Enjoy The Ride Records, who's centerpiece release at this time is the first ever vinyl pressing of Cute Is What We Aim For's The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch, sponsors this episode of the MV Podcast. That's still available on a hot pink and sea blue split with grey splatter vinyl. The soundtrack to the film, Bridge and Tunnel, is another release well worth your time. Timeline 0:00, Previously on Modern Vinyl 0:00 — 12:00, Talk of New Years, what we did over break 12:00, Digging into the new Kanye track 18:49 — 20:46, Scout — Slippery Dolphin (Song 1) 20:40, Side A: Roundtable on D'Angelo's Black Messiah 27:00, Our initial impressions 32:35, The lyrical work 38:25, Individual highlights 49:10, Mike defends some of the longer tracks 54:47 — 57:39, Swings — Pale Trinity (Song 2) 57:50, Side B: Ex FM (NEW FEATURE) Music hailing from past relationships. We'd love to hear your stories for next time. 1:03:29, Recommendations 1:12:30, Tyler Daniel Bean — Options (Song 3) Music Provided by Secret Audio Club, Quiet Year Records and Skeletal Lightning. Want to sponsor an episode? Our sponsorships are affordable to both big and small entities, whether you’re a record label, vinyl retailer or just interested in vinyl records and what we have to say. You can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com for more information. You receive a couple mentions, including a full pitch at the beginning of the episode.
The MV Podcast 068: JC Chamboredon (Milan Records)
In the newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast, we're sitting down with JC Chamboredon, label head over at Milan Records. If you're unaware, Milan has grabbed headlines in 2015 by teaming up with director Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Only God Forgives) for a series of vinyl releases, the most recent of which is a new pressing (with art by former MV podcast guest Jay Shaw) of Robocop. But the label has also released soundtracks from movies such as Chef, Stoker, While We're Young and many more. We talk the labels beginnings in Paris, liking hip-hop as a teenager and recent releases, like the buzzworthy It Follows score. Next up, we have the 808s & Heartbreak episode of Revisiting Kanye. Current Sponsors Timeline 3:45, Doug & The Beets — Killer Tofu 6:35, Start of our chat with JC 10:45, The vinyl timeline and releasing soundtracks 12:11, The beginnings of Milan in Paris 16:03, Their release of It Follows 20:35, Growing up with film 23:45, The Nicolas Winding Refn series 34:20, What JC loves about putting out vinyl 39:15, The "Gut Feeling" 44:45, Highlighting a few individual releases 48:30, Future releases 54:45, Underrated Milan gems Where To Find Us @getcerebral /@chrislantinen /@notmichaelpaul Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
The MV Podcast 058: Waxwork Records
Our newest podcast features a long chat with the great people over at Waxwork Records, Kevin Bergeron and Suzy Soto. We talk their beginnings in horror, how they go about making sure Waxwork products sound excellent and at the end, we get updates on everything they've announced up until this point. Coming up, we have a chat with the man behind Invada Records, a new MV Goes To The Movies and much much more (it's going to be a really productive podcast summer, so get ready). Sponsor Timeline 2:40, No Tide — Empty Handed 6:50, Being drawn to horror as a child 15:00, Entering into the current age of scores 23:25, The mailorder of small labels 27:10, Quality control of sound Note: Baking master tapes. 34:30, Jumping to Rosemary's Baby 37:00, Creating the blood-filled Friday The 13th record 43:58, Balancing look against sound in the Waxwork product 48:08, Making the label thrive economically 53:30, Absorbing criticism over the Internet 1:01:50, Quick Hits 1:04:50, Updates on future releases Where To Find Us @chrislantinen /@waxworkrecords Music Take This To Heart Records Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
3 Up/3 Down — The Foo Fighters Zone
The newest edition of 3 Up/3 Down talks the VMAs, Carly Rae Jepsen, Jimmy Eat World and much more.Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon.
The MV Podcast 093: Josh Coll (Foxing)
The newest episode of The MV Podcast features our interview with Josh Coll, lyricist and bassist for Foxing. Coll opens up on the process behind writing new record, Dealer, while taking some time to answer Twitter questions.Coming up we have our year-end shows and the first all-listener podcast!Jabberjaw Media Podcast NetworkTimeline/Show Notes3:50, Beginning of our conversation with Josh9:55, Beginnings in music15:00, Writing Dealer28:00, "Weave"35:50, Religion in the record44:30, Working with a big canvas49:30, Signing with Triple Crown53:10, Twitter questionsWhere To Find Us@chrislantinenGet advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. Want to sponsor the podcast?If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The MV Podcast 087: Julien Baker
The newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast features our chat with Julien Baker, who recently released her debut full length album through 6131 Records. You can grab the record now, which is available on three vinyl variants. It's very much worth it. She also just announced new tour dates, found here.Coming up we have the first installment in a new Revisiting series (artist is a mystery for now!) and all our Black Friday 2015 previews....including our third RSD award show!Jabberjaw Media Podcast NetworkThe Jabberjaw Media Network and this podcast are presented by our sponsor Sound Rink, an Experience Company.Timeline/Show Notes2:30, Moving Mountains — Deathless9:45, Beginning of our chat with Julien Baker15:32, Working with 6131 Records18:20, Balancing college and a songwriting career35:35, Dissecting Sprained Ankle38:46, Jumping into the lyrics of the album, relationship to religion45:28, "Good News" and its powerful messageWhere To Find Us@chrislantinen / @julienrbakerGet advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. Want to sponsor the podcast?If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The MV Podcast 088: Songs About Love
The newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast has us talking our favorite love songs and the self-titled record from The Smiths. The back half is especially noteworthy as The Smiths are the newest subject of our Revisiting series.Coming up we have our Black Friday 2015 podcasts, including a chat with Bull Moose's Chris Brown and the Black Friday Award Show.Jabberjaw Media Podcast NetworkThe Jabberjaw Media Network and this podcast are presented by our sponsor Sound Rink, an Experience Company.Timeline/Show Notes2:02, Rank Em' — Pokemon Edition4:44, Side A: Songs About Love19:30, Chris impersonates James, it's epic25:25, Revealing the #1 songs32:47, B-Side: Revisiting The Smiths — ST33:44, History with The Smiths40:35, Sexuality within the record49:14, "Suffer Little Children"57:53, "Miserable Lie"1:01:00, Shoutouts1:05:45, Monster Rally — Moonlight BallroomWhere To Find Us@getcerebral /@chrislantinen /@notmichaelpaulGet advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. Want to sponsor the podcast?If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Random Pull 009: Bob Dylan — Knocked Out Loaded/Dylan & The Dead
The newest episode of Random Pull has Alan and Matt continuing the Dylan In The '80s series, hitting on both 1986's Knocked Out Loaded and 1989's Dylan & The Dead. Random Pull will relaunch as its own podcast on November 27th (aka Black Friday), with a new name and still in the MV podcast family. Other Episodes In The Series: Saved/Shot Of Love Infidels Real Live Empire Burlesque Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
The MV Podcast 079: MondoCon 2015 Preview
This time around I'm joined by Zach Behm in a preview of MondoCon 2015. We'll both be heading to Austin (he to cover, I to cover/moderate) this week and talked about what we're excited for, how much money we plan on spending and why exactly I sleep in a coffin. And at the end.....we play the variant game! My favorite. Where To Find Us @chrislantinen / @Aqua_Boogie91 Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
The MV Podcast 080: The World Is A Beautiful Place — Harmlessness
The new episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast focuses on the new full length album from The World Is A Beautiful Place, titled Harmlessness. We do our best to dig into a dense, dense record, complete with themes of mortality, mental health and so much more. We also feature music from the great Funeral Advantage and hit on some vinyl news. Timeline/Show Notes 1:20, Vinyl News (Earl Sweathshirt/My Chemical Romance/What's Selling?) 11:30, Funeral Advantage — Sisters 15:38, Side A: The World Is A Beautiful Place — Harmlessness 19:30, Mortality within the record 24:00, Self Improvement and Tearing Oneself Down 26:14, Links to Whenever, If Ever Note: It appears the female vocalist is Katie Lynne Shanholtzer-Dvorak for "Harmlessness" 36:30, Favorite tracks 42:57, Talking about the vinyl package 45:34, Funeral Advantage — Gardensong 49:00, Side B: Recommendations 57:10, Funeral Advantage — Should Of Just Music Harmlessness clips courtesy of Epitaph Records/Broken World Media Where To Find Us @chrislantinen / @aqua_boogie91 Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
Random Pull 007: Bob Dylan — Real Live (Dylan In The ’80s)
The newest episode of Random Pull has Alan and Matt continuing the Dylan In The '80s series, hitting on the live record, Real Live. Really loving this series and hope the listeners are too. Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
The MV Podcast 169: New Found Glory — Makes Me Sick (Roundtable)
The newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast features our roundtable discussion on the recent New Found Glory record, "Makes Me Sick." Special guest Mo Shafeek (Mondo, Death Waltz) helps us break down the record (15:08), while we then talk Frank Ocean, Prince and more in some Quickfire (1:04:09).  Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. 
The MV Podcast 166: Chris Brown Returns (Record Store Day 2017)
The newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast features the return of Chris Brown (Bull Moose, starts at 4:52) as we talk Record Store Day 2017 and the 10-year anniversary of the celebration. He brought along some important releases through the years, along with the first email he sent regarding the concept of RSD.Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. 
The MV Podcast: Yellowbirddd #2
The newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast features a return guest, Liam McCormack. McCormack, along with his musical moniker, Yellowbirddd, has an IndieGoGo campaign currently running in order to fund his upcoming full length album. You can check out the first released single, "Frogtown," through Modern Vinyl, while you can contribute to the worthy cause here: yellowbirddd.com/donate.Get advanced episodes and exclusive audio on Patreon. 
The MV Podcast 155: Migos Translation
JabberJaw Podcast Network Support The Show Audible Affiliate The newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast features our roundtable discussion of Migos' new full length album, "Culture." We finish up with some Quickfire and Recommendations. Next week, we'll be firing up the "Second Chance Spin" machine. Timeline 4:28, Reader Resolution/Hot Follow 11:20, Side A: Migos — Culture (Roundtable) Initial Thoughts/What Lies Beneath 23:14, Themes and Genius Appreciation 29:29, Title Track 33:13, Favorites 35:47, Migos Translation 40:12, Rank Em’ 46:46, Quickfire Father John Misty/Andrew McMahon/Anohni 58:00, Recommendations 1:07:57, Sunndrug — Denial Music Music this episode is from Sunndrug's full length album, "Denial." You an grab the album on vinyl, here. Want to sponsor the podcast? If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at advertising@modern-vinyl.com. It's very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
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