Fates Warning, John Frusciante, & Favorite Labels of the 90s
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John Frusciante - Maya
On his first electronic outing under his own name, Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante explores the sounds of 90s raves …
Ken Andrews - What's Coming
To his fans surprise, Ken Andrews of Failure has released a new five-song EP, What's Coming. Kicking off with the pulsating political opener "Sword and Shield,"…
New 90s Episode
Favorite Record Labels of the 90s
Our patrons join us to discuss their favorite record labels of the 1990s, including Touch and Go, Estrus, Revelation, Lookout, and many more
Instead of tackling an individual label for this roundtable, we decided to invite our Patreon patrons on the show to discuss some of their favorite record labels of the 1990s. While many started out with a narrow musical focus, some evolved and expanded their roster of bands, while others stay true to their original mission. We talked about the pop-punk of Berkeley, CA's Lookout Records, the New York hardcore of Revelation, the garage punk of Bellingham, WA's Estrus Records, the post-punk of Chicago's Touch and Go Records, and many more.
Fates Warning - Long Day Good Night
Thirteenth studio album from the veteran progressive/metal band.
Billy Joe Armstrong - Gimme Some Truth - Single
John Lennon cover, released as part of the No Fun Mondays series.
🎙 From the podcast archive
Founder Slim Moon joins us to talk the origins, growth, evolution and more of the legendary independent record label Kill Rock Stars
Kellii Scott of Failure returns to the show to go track-by-track through The Heart Is A Monster, their first new album in nineteen years Released: 2015 Label: Failure Records LLC Producer: Failure
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