In this negotiable episode, our heroes walk awkwardly through conversations about singers who don't listen to their bands, musicians who over value their products, and Joey's 3 note song. James is confused by Joey's math, Joey is surprised by a Nashville studio price, and they wander through a few ways to communicate prices to clients. As per usual, nothing is solved in this hour.
In this off target episode, our heroes are joined by Recording Connections' student and self proclaimed vigilante, Valerie, for conversations about bitchiness, record stores, gear nuttery, and career changes. James rants about bands not caring about the right things, and Joey insists physical products are a waste of time! Oh, and the boys forget to interview the guest...
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In this surgical episode, our heroes talk about the tech setup of the podcast, Joey talks about the deadline he has to meet, and his new keyboard/toy/debt. James talks about how buss crmpression saved a live broadcast and the duo wander from buss compression to digital consoles to Joey's disatisfaction with prices. A gripping, anethetized, episode!
The 50th Episode!!! Who would have thought these two fools would have this much to talk about?!?! Our heroes renew their vows to talk more recording and start well then digress into chatting about hair and how hungover Jeoy is. James trashes Bono and the two discuss the merits of early Peter Gabriel and interesting delay tricks in mixing. YAY! Finally some recording Talk!
In this chilling episode, our hosts slowly defrost into conversations about hardward vs software and losing clients. Joey pokes holes in James' thought process, coffee is spilled, and various hand motions are use to enhance the radio broadcast experience.
In this freshly scented episode, our decaf half half heroes ease into the first episode of 2017 with the tech troubles of big stars, how bad some trends are in country music, and James cleverly manipulates Joey into wagering one of his microphones...
Joey's Resolution!!! - Joey will release a song by Valentine's Day
In this post-apocolypse disaster season (aka shopping season), our heroes wander through the holiday season fallout, exchange ideas about gear management, and software purges. Have a safe and grumpy holidays.
In this "2 days late" episode, our heroes explore the concept of the battle of the bands, how it should run, and how it unfortunately does. Inevitably, a tangent happens at the start and never really recovers.
In this deadbeat episode, our heroes travel down a series of music scene tangents and half complete stories. Joey acts the sober co-host to keep our Guest, Tom B., producer and frontman of Tomb and the Dead Language, on story and James rambles in many directions. Par for the course, the guys didn't even really start the conversation they wanted to have...
Tomb and the Dead Language
Twitter: @tombandthedl @tombthemusician
Music Video: https://youtu.be/D_JZAYMmeSE
In this anger filled episodic rant, our heroes discuss lyric writing styles, local bands doing things that are either cool or upsettng, and how metal-heads are like rednecks. Joey starts a conversation about hairstyles (again), and James does his best "angry old man" impression about how "music just isn't what it used to be."