Not only is this is short episode of the TMEP, it’s also an international one, featureing two bands from different parts of the world. The first is Triphazard from England, then, after going over the concert calendar for the week, I play a song from Canada’s own Lauren Mann & the Fairly Odd Folk.
Like always, this episode begins with me recapping the concerts (or rather concert) I saw from the previous week, before playing a song from the Alt/Country band The Will Callers. Then, after covering the concert calendar for the upcoming week, I spin a tune from Spooky Folk.
This episode of the show should have at least one band that caters to your musical preferences, whatever they may be, and begins with rock song from Meridian. Things get a little heavier with Faded Grace and The Sammus Theory, before hitting the break where I go over the concert calendar. The second half of the show features the latest single from the Electronic band Ishi, then a song from The Rabid Whole, who is a killer band out of Canada, is played, while Folk/Country singer Madison Kingbrings the show to an end.
I hope you all enjoy this full episode of the show!
I’ve got another short show for y’all this week, playing a song from Shaolin Death Squad at the front half of the show and a track from the defunct Siren City. In between those of course is the concert calendar for the week, and I begin the show by recapping the concerts I went to from the previous weekend.
Enjoy it, folks, and I’ll have a full-length show for y’all next week!
I’m back with my first full-length show in a few weeks, and during the first half of it I play some music by three Dallas area bands who have shows coming up this week. Those bands are Thrown, Long Sword Spectacular and Idler. After taking a break to go over the concert calendar for the upcoming week, I get back to the music. As you may know, I went to SXSW last month, and I decided to play a few bands I saw down there in the second half of this show. Bands like Love & a .38, B-Ners and The Swear.
Check out this killer show, & I hope you enjoy it!
I’ve got another short show for you all, and the few songs featured on it are pretty diverse. The first song played is by Hard Rock/Metal band, Fallen From Aether, and after going over the concert calendar for the week I spin a track from the killer Rock group, Bawcomville. Also, in the final moments of the show, I dedicate and play a song for Ricardo, who as you probably know has left WhiskeyBoy Radio.The song is from the band, Edgewater.
I’ve got another short show for everyone this week, only playing a couple of songs. One is by the current Dallas band, Sayonara, and the other is from the long defunct, Fallen From the Nest, and in between those songs, I go over the concert calendar.
Enjoy, and I’ll be getting back to a full-length show soon enough. Anyway, thanks for listening everyone, & I hope you enjoyed the show!
This is a special little episode, and for the first time in a long time I have some in-studio guests… Also for the first time, there was some beer in-studio.
My guests were Kelly Panter and Henry Coke of Always the Alibi, and we talk about almost everything. How did these two get into music? Well, Kelly’s answer involves Ritchie Valens and Mexican food. Pawn shops and how they screw you are discussed, while the album artwork of their debut EP is another topic. What’s the bands take on the digital vs. physical debate? You’ll find the answer if you listen. The conversation goes to several other areas, too, like their song writing process and even a new song that was sparked by one of my blog titles. And somehow, during all of this, I still find a way to insult the band, Rains.
I hope you enjoy this episode, and please come check out the band live on March 30th at Reno’s Chop Shop in Dallas.
The Half Blast edition of the show returns, which, if you don’t know, is a condensed version of a normal TME Podcast. I only play two songs, one of which is by Solice, and the other a New York based band I discovered through musicsubmit.com, Vajra.
It may be a short episode, but it’s a good one! So, I hope you enjoy it & thanks for listening!