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Tell me do you think it'd be alright if friend/writer Patrick Walsh (It's Always Sunny in Philedalphia, 2 Broke Girls - @thepatrickwalsh) brought White Claws to the studio. The 1992 rollerskating king of Missouri himself (this will make sense after you listen) brings peak 90's garage rock and much, much more. Please be aware this episode contains discussion of suicide. UNPUNCHABLE JAMS: "Drunk II" by Mannequin Pussy, and "No More "I Love You's"" by Annie Lennox. SPONSORS:  Handy: Get your first cleaning for $29 when you sign up for a cleaning plan. Go to handy.com/jam and enter promo code jam. Quip: Go to getquip.com/jam to save on gift sets and to get your first refill pack free with a refill plan. Want more Punch Up The Jam? Become a Patron today! You'll support the show plus perks like:MP3 downloads of the punch upsEarly access to the songs for upcoming episodes — Miel reads her favorite comment on airSecret mixtapes made by Miel in a theme chosen by youMonthly bonus episodes discussing the mixtapeCheck it all out at www.patreon.com/punchupthejam.
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When Bristol based producer Laxcity logged onto Twitter to find out that Justin Bieber sampled his music, he was at first unphased. The sampled material came from a royalty free sample pack on Splice.com, free for Splice users to add to their track. Then accusations of theft started rolling in. Another artist, Ahser Monroe, had used the same sample just a few weeks earlier and he accused Bieber of copying the idea. Laxcity inserted himself into the argument to show that the so-called offending sound, was in fact his, but not limited to anyone’s use. This mixup led to Bieber shouting out Laxcity, giving the nascent producer a career boost. On his episode we speak with Laxcity, Splice CEO Steve Martocci, PEX COO Amadea Choplin and Verge reporter Dani Deahl (who first reported the story) to unpack how sampling works in today’s music. Then we hear how Beiber’s new album, “Changes,” interprets the sample to convey Bieber’s confessional, personal changes. Songs Discussed Laxcity - Good Morning (Splice Sample) Asher Monroe - Synergy Justin Bieber - Running Over, Sorry, Available, Yummy, Intentions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Welcome back to 36 from the Vault! In Episode 4 we explore Dick’s Picks Vol. 4, from the Fillmore East in New York City, on February 13 & 14, 1970. We find the Dead at a transitional period in their career, peaking as they move from the psychedelic madness of the 60s into the most remarkable decade of their career. This show is capstoned by a seamless chunk of music: “Dark Star -> That’s It For The Other One -> Turn On Your Lovelight.” Later, we hear a fantastic “China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider,” “Dancing In The Streets,” as well as a wild “Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks) -> Feedback.” Steven and Rob focus on the fascinating run of shows The Dead played in early 1970, the band’s transition to perhaps the greatest period of their career, their Sonic Youth jams of the era, Bobby’s phenomenal rhythm work and much more. 36 from the Vault is production of Osiris Media. It is edited and produced by Brian Brinkman, and mastered by Matt Dwyer. All music composed by Amar Sastry, unless otherwise noted. Logo design by Liz Bee Art & Design. The executive producer of 36 from the Vault is RJ Bee.  Please consider reviewing this podcast on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. We invite you to listen to Dick’s Picks Vol. 5 in anticipation of our next episode on March 11. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Stevie and Lindsey started as bandmates and bedmates before their love curdled into the toxic-yet-kinky antipathy that inspired Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 classic Rumors. This episode of Rivals unpacks the storied love triangle (or is it a love quadrilateral?) within the band’s ranks, and the searing resentment that spurred the pair to create some of the greatest songs/hate-sex anthems in rock. After Stevie ousted Lindsey from Fleetwood Mac in 2018, it seemed like these two might go their own way for good — but can they really stay apart? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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This episode, Tablo and Eddie are even more all over the place! They discuss about how both the past and future are scary in their own ways and the concept of time travel. Would you go back in time to change the course of history? If you enjoy this episode, make sure to subscribe, leave a comment, and rate on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, and YouTube. Connect with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @TheTabloPodcast. Follow Tablo’s personal account on Instagram and Twitter @blobyblo. The Tablo Podcast is brought to you by DIVE Studios. #TheTabloPodcast‬ #TTP #EpikHigh #Tablo #에픽하이 #DIVEstudios
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The two pop queens started off as friends, sharing sweet birthday tweets and cat photos. Things got a little weird when they shared a man — John Mayer — but a case of pilfered backing dancers in 2014 made them, in Taylor’s words, “straight-up enemies.” Taylor threw the first punch by alluding to Perry’s misdeeds in a highly publicized interview. Then she dropped the track “Bad Blood” and its big budget Superhero Mean Girls video. The war of words continued in songs, social media and the press for years until the two hugged it out in Taylor’s 2019 video for “You Need to Calm Down.” A truce was declared but, to quote Katy, is it ever really over? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Rob Sheffield and Andy Greene join host Brian Hiatt to discuss the highs and lows of classic live albums. Plus, engineer Bob Pridden shares the story of The Who’s ‘Live at Leeds’ on its 50th anniversary
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Episode 100! Here we are! Thanks to all the Patreonies and people out there for making this happen! To celebrate, Dan and Bob are going to (a) burn down the garage, and (b) push play on the album that helped transform these two average 8th graders (slash-below-average-soccer-players) into award-winning Bosom Buddies. [Adam Duritz 'Rain King' Howl]: Yeahhhhhhh!
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Meat Loaf, Chris Fleming (Boba Everyday Tour - @chrisfluming), a one way ticket to hell, lost birds, egg related trauma, but mostly? An extremely good time with 20,467 tempo changes. UNPUNCHABLE JAMS: "Love Thy Will Be Done" by Prince & Martika, and "Bad Habit" by Your Smith. SPONSORS:  Shipstation: Try ShipStation free for 60 days when you use offer code JAM. Quip: Go to getquip.com/jam to save on gift sets and to get your first refill pack free with a refill plan. Want more Punch Up The Jam? Become a Patron today! You'll support the show plus perks like:MP3 downloads of the punch upsEarly access to the songs for upcoming episodes — Miel reads her favorite comment on airSecret mixtapes made by Miel in a theme chosen by you Monthly bonus episodes discussing the mixtapeCheck it all out at www.patreon.com/punchupthejam.
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In 2019 guitar made a comeback in the top 10. According to analysis from Hit Songs Deconstructed, about a third of all songs featured the electric guitar, a nearly 10% jump from the year before. In 2020 this trend isn’t stopping. Recent releases by Halsey, 5 Seconds of Summer and Joji all prominently feature electric guitars tones. They reference 90s nu-metal, grunge and metal genres. More than a nostalgic nod, these songs draw from an era that was self-consciously “alternative” to convey disaffection, frustration and longing. SONGS DISCUSSED Khalid, Normani - Love Lies Juice WRLD - Lucid Dreams Halsey - Without Me Joji - Slow Dancing In The Dark Joji - Run Metallica - Enter Sandman Santo & Jonny - Sleep Walk Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode Buddy Holly - That’ll Be The Day LCD Soundsystem - Losing My Edge 5 Seconds Of Summer - No Shame Nirvana - Come As You Are Halsey - Experiment On Me Rage Against The Machine - Bulls On Parade Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff MORE Listen to our conversation about MIA’s “Paper Planes” and Drake’s “God’s Plan” with Sam Sanders on NPR’s It’s Been A Minute Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices