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We love music. You love music. Let's talk about it. From current events, crazy show stories, what we're currently listening to, and anything else that is on our minds—there may even be a special guest on to answer all of your burning questions.

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DISCLAIMER: Due to the nature of this episode, it is recommended that you not only take a listen to the album being reviewed but that you also listen to that album at full volume so that you can fully immerse yourself. Thank you for listening and joining in on the discussion. Enjoy.This week we're starting off with something a little different than what you might be used to. Every now and again we will be picking an album, taking a listen, and then taking a deep dive into discussing that album as a whole. This is our first crack at it. The 70's would be considered by many to be a rough time in our nation's history. Violence, protest, and hardship were at the forefront of everyone's thoughts. But it's the music that always ends up finding its way through to us no matter how hard times get, and this time was no different. Rough times make for great tunes, and John Fogerty knew exactly what he was doing when it came to translating the times at hand into monster hits. Creedance Clearwater Revival fans were in for a treat when "Cosmo's Factory" was released to the masses. Using his signature howling rasp, guitar, expert production, and intentional use of musical styles that both inspired and pushed the boundaries of what we were all used to hearing. Cosmo's Factory is the fifth album by Creedence Clearwater Revival and it's chocked full of howling vocals, crisp instrumentation, massive hits, and an eleven-minute version of a song that most of us believe doesn't need to be eleven minutes long. This week we unpack this album little by little and discuss our thoughts. It's season three, episode six of your favorite handyman's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Growing Pains

Growing Pains

2021-02-2201:01:14

I think we can all agree that growing up is hard to do. I think we can all also agree that music makes growing a tad bit more tolerable. Often times we forget just how important music is when it comes to shaping us into whom we grow to be as individuals. Looking back, it seems crazy to think that so many of us still listen to the same artists and acts that we did as kids. For others, their musical taste changed growing up as often as their mom's boyfriend did—and that equally plays an important part in what they listen to today. At what point does someone settle into a majority of the music that they consume? Do they ever settle? Music is always transforming and transitioning into different forms of what it once ways, so how does one keep up? For some, as the music grows, they grow right along with it. This week we talk about what influenced us musically growing up, and what impact that had on what we listen to today. You're in for another fun one, but only if you tune in to season three, episode five of your mom's seventh boyfriend's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
The Art Of Selling Out

The Art Of Selling Out

2021-02-1501:08:18

TL;DR: Your favorite musical act or artist might be a sellout. It's 1991 and you've just waited in line for several hours to get your hands on what you hope is the greatest Metallica album yet. You finally get home, spark up a doobie, crack open a cold one, and prepare to get your face melted off again by your favorite band. You press play, and almost as quickly as the sound waves hit your ears you start to cringe and become confused. Your finger finds the stop button as quickly as it hit play—as you just stare blankly at the jewel case this newly found piece of trash came in. "Wtf is this shit?" you think to yourself, still snarling under your breath about what your ears just had to endure. "Maybe it's just me" you murmur, and you hit play once again. This time you skip ahead a few tracks hoping to find something familiar, something that you're used to. You turn the volume knob to your right, as far as it will go, and hope for the best. But the best was doing its best to elude you. This was no Metallica that you were used to—a buzzkill at best. You grab the jewel case to make sure you didn't grab the wrong album out of excitement. You pull the booklet out and give it a once over. Produced by Bob Rock. "Wtf is a Bob Rock, and what in the hell did he do to Metallica?" you snarl to yourself. Angry, you throw the case and the booklet into the garbage. "These guys are a bunch of God Damn sellouts!" you yell as you storm out of the room. Fast forward to today, you've found your own little corner of the internet to hide in—trying day in, and day out to convince those you meet that Metallica sold themselves to the giant corporate devil the day that The Black Album was released. "Selling out" and the music industry goes as far back as we can remember. They seemingly go hand in hand, but why? Countless acts have been accused of selling themselves and their fans short to get to the next levels of their career. But what really makes an artist or act a sellout—and who or what are they selling out? Does it matter if you hear your favorite band in a car commercial? What if your favorite rapper is trying to sell you some "sugar water shit"? Where do we draw the line? Isn't the idea to get yourself as many opportunities in the industry as possible in order to further your career? Who's calling the shots here? We talk about this and so much more on season 3, episode 4 of your favorite industry sellout's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
The misinterpretation of song lyrics goes back as far as songwriting does—because let's face it the only one that really knows what a song is about is the person or people writing it. So it really is easy to take something a certain way when you aren't even sure how it was supposed to be taken to begin with. This is especially true when it comes to "love songs" or what we think sounds or feels like a love song. More often than not, a song that sounds like it's about love, is in fact about something much deeper and oftentimes much darker. Traditionally love songs find their way into some of lifes most important moments, and they forever imbed themselves into how we think and feel about those moments. When those wedding bells ring, event DJs around the world cringe knowing they're going to have to explain to yet another "Bride-to-be" that no one can love one another enough to make it okay to be possessed by them and that certainly doesn't make them a better man. This week we've taken it upon ourselves to discuss just a few of the constantly misinterpreted songs out there that people, for better or for worse think are love songs—which at face value may sound a whole lot like a love song but are about pretty much the exact opposite. If you're in the market for a marital celebration you may want to give this episode a listen first. It's season 3. episode 3 of your favorite wedding DJ's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
TL;DR: Holy Shit, it's Bill Champlin! Here at IGP, we've been fortunate enough to sit down and talk with more than our fair share of seasoned musicians, and this week's episode is no different. Russ had the pleasure of catching up with musician, producer, singer, and Grammy Award-winning songwriter, Bill Champlin. Most notably known for his tenure with the American Classic Rock band Chicago. Bill is absolutely someone who comes to mind when we think of or talk about seasoned musicians. During his almost twenty-year run with Chicago, Bill sang as the lead vocalist on some of the band's biggest hits. Beyond the critically acclaimed mainstream success of Chicago, Bill has also maintained a successful solo career and continued to work with Sons of Champlin—a band he started back in high school. Side note, if you've ever watched or even heard of the old TV police drama "In the Heat of the Night" which ran on both NBC and CBS for several seasons then you got to hear Bill front and center each week because he is the one that sings the theme song at the beginning of each episode. You're probably thinking to yourself, well that's all fine and dandy but what the hell is Bill up to nowadays? We're glad you asked (or were at least thinking about asking), but you're going to have to open your favorite podcast app, open your favorite podcast up (us), and then listen to this episode. I suppose you could also go to his Wikipedia page but we cannot verify any of that, and why waste your time when you can hear it directly from Bill himself on the newest episode of your favorite Chicago tribute band's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Find Bill Champlin on facebook @billchamplinmusic and twitter @billchamplin. You can also visit his official website at www.billchamplin.com and listen to/buy "Livin' For Love" on your favorite music platform. Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Third Time's A Charm

Third Time's A Charm

2021-01-2501:10:131

Guess who's back, back again, IGP's back...tell your friends. Okay, that was an awful way to start this off but it was the only thing that came to mind—also who reads this shit anyhow? That's neither here nor there I suppose. Somehow, someway, we've made it all the way to season three, and it feels so good to be back! Okay, we're done with the Eminemisms, scouts honor. You're probably wondering what you might have missed while we were gone—no worries we've got that handled for you. It was our 1-year anniversary, a.k.a our podday, a.ka our gol damn birthday. So really all you missed out on was sending us some of those b-day dolla dolla bills to infectiousgroovepodcash@gmail.com (via paypal ofcourse)...we're kidding though.........kind of. We're back at it feelin' like a freshly pressed triple LP, and boy do we have a treat for you. Russ went ahead and dug into the Infectious Groove archives and put together a little something special for all of you. Join us as we take a journey all the way back to the beginning of a time where we not only had no clue what we were doing (as a show) but we always almost always had no clue what Michelle was talking about (yes even back then). Think of this as a bit of a clip-show, you know like a shit-show, but way cooler. It's season three, episode one of your favorite Subway Sandwich Artist's favorite music podcast, LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
New year, same show. Who dis? TLDR: THANK YOU! Well, 2020 was nothing short of the largest dumpster fire any of us probably have ever witnessed. As Parker McCollum once said "It's been a hell of a year", and honestly we couldn't agree more. With that being said, if it weren't for everything unfolding as it did, this podcast probably wouldn't even exist—and for that, we are truly thankful. We've somehow made it out of season two, and are going full throttle into season three, and that is because of all of you—we certainly wouldn't have gotten this far if it weren't for all of you tuning in each week—so from all three of us, thank you, it truly means the world to us to be able to connect with each of you every week. Whether you're into streaming music or not (and you probably are) Spotify's place at the top of the streaming game is undeniable—and before you even say it, we know they should be paying artists more and we are absolutely an advocate for that happening, but that is a whole other episode worth of shenanigans to talk about. Spotify has made it easier than ever to wrap up your year in music by letting you know specifically how many times you caught Bieber fever, were looking for that Vitamin D, or even how long you were staring at the Man in the Mirror. A bit creepy if you ask us—no wonder Kyle and Michelle are skeptical about these god damn robots thinking they know everything about what we're listening to. Regardless of how accurate the robots actually are, we unwrap our own Spotify 2020 Wrapped stats for all of you as we bring this season to a close. Top songs, top artists, and so much more. It's season two, episode 19 of your favorite algorithm's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Thank you again to all of our listeners, supporters, and haters. Without you, we are nothing. Thank you to Manscaped for keeping our balls happy. Thank you to the OddPods Media Network for giving us a place to rest our mics and last but not least thank you to Spreaker for giving us a platform where all of you can listen in each week. Love ya'll! Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Reaction Retraction

Reaction Retraction

2020-12-2801:26:26

Disclaimer: We were going to make this the holiday episode, but Jesus and Kyle are still fighting over who's birthday was more fun—so this is what you get. TLDR: Long story short, things change and so does our taste in music. A wise man once said "The more you grow, the more you know", and while we've found out over the last four years that this saying isn't necessarily as accurate as we once thought—there is some truth to it (especially when it comes to this weeks topic). Let's face it, musical acts come and go (or sometimes they just won't go away... like Creed), and oftentimes so does our taste in music. There are a ton of things that make us change our minds about an artist or an act. Maybe they're awful as a live act, maybe they completely changed direction with their music, or maybe you realized they're a moron and just not for you. Hell, maybe you thought something wasn't for you, and boom you heard a song one day and hallelujah you wanted some more of that and now you're a Super Fan (not to be confused with Super American)—we get it, we really do. So sit back, watch your neighbor (finally) take down all of their Trump paraphernalia, and get lost in season two, episode eighteen of your favorite Amazon delivery driver's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network. #WWMTA
You're on your way to meet some friends at some new restaurant in South Detroit, but as you're nearing the city you're beginning to realize that there are in fact no freeway signs pointing you in the direction of "South" Detroit. Growing more and more confused the further and further you find yourself in the city you finally give in, pull over, and ask a passerby for help. "Hey man, can you tell me how to get to South Detroit?". "South Detroit? You mean that song they play at all the hockey games?" a man looking somewhat inconvenienced replies. Yes? you say, now even more confused. You pull out your phone, pull up maps, and see if you can perhaps find this elusive and mysterious part of the city. While doing so you notice that you have a Youtube recommendation that you've yet to check out, so you do. Oddly enough it's a video of a guy singing Journey's monster hit "Faithfully", but it isn't Steve Perry, yet it sounds damn near identical. Like mostly everyone watching, your mind is blown, and the rest is history. Fast forward a few years, and though you might not have found what you were looking for that night, you did find something along with the rest of the world—and that something was Filipino singer/songwriter and future frontman (though he didn't know it yet) of one of the most well-known and iconic bands on the planet. This week we had the pleasure of catching up with Arnel Pineda. Best known for his role as the current lead singer for the band Journey—but that's not all he's been up to. There certainly is more than meets the eye when it comes to this guy—plus Russ finally gets to set the record straight on the infamous (and very much non-existent) South Detroit. If you're a fan of Journey, if you're a fan of music, hell if you're a fan of Steve Perry (because this guy sounds just like him) you're not going to want to miss this one. It's season two, episode seventeen of your favorite cover band's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network. #WWMTA
Physical Media Madness!!!

Physical Media Madness!!!

2020-12-1401:18:05

Over here at IGP, we've come up with a quick word problem for you, ready? What do you get when you take an intimidated Kyle, add an inconvenienced Michelle, and then throw in a self-proclaimed recovering music snob named Russ? If your answer was "this podcast duh", you're both a little right and a little wrong. The answer that would get you the most points is three people who go about obtaining physical media in similar but mostly different ways. TLDR: GO LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE. Record stores have long been labeled as the place where supposed music snobs hung out and joked about kids that "didn't or wouldn't understand" the importance of vinyl—and while there is some truth to this, you might be surprised by just how welcoming the vinyl community actually is. We've talked about the film Vinyl Nation on multiple episodes and even spoken to the directors in an episode solely dedicated to the film. The film takes a deep dive into the vinyl community, and what we learned is that it's really not full of just music snobs that think they know everything about the medium. A vinyl resurgence has been in full swing for a few years now and it's seemingly easier than ever to find your favorite albums on wax—so much so that big-box retailers have even gotten into the game. So where does your local record store fit into that? Glad you asked, and right now they're fitting in just fine. It's gotten to a point where it can even be a little confusing as to where you should or shouldn't be getting your vinyl from. From quality to pricing, variety, and even convenience—we even talk a little about the dreaded PICTURE DISC! O-M-G, you're not gonna wanna miss this one! It's season two, episode sixteen of your favorite record store clerk's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network. #WWMTA
Chances are that when you think of a "Hall Of Fame" your first thought is almost always going to lead to something having to do with sports—unless you're from Ohio (yes there is more than just Cedar Point in Ohio) or unless you're a musician. If either of those two things are true, then you might have immediately thought of a different type of "Hall of Fame". One that represents the best, most influential, and talented humans to ever step foot on to the Rock & Roll scene—right? One that even has an accompanying museum (which you can visit) full of musical artifacts for you to gawk at. But wait, what about all of the other genres full of insanely talented musicians—where do they fit in? Well, that's a damn good question and one that has stirred up more than its fair share of controversy over the years. This also might be what happens when a group of people who aren't even musicians get together and try to haphazardly put together a plan of how one singular group or genre of musicians should be recognized for their accomplishments within the industry—because you know, the Grammy's definitely wasn't cutting it. Once referred to as "an utter and complete load of bollocks ... run by a bunch of sanctimonious bloody Americans who wouldn’t know rock 'n' roll if it hit them in the face." by Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden—and well he may have been on to something. In this episode, we're joined by Friend Of The Show Joe where we discuss all things Hall Of Fame, Rock & Roll style. From musical boners, snubs, sexism, racism, should, should nots, have, have nots, replicas, rule-following, spaghetti dinners, and the politics of running an operation and possibly not understanding that there was in fact music that existed before that of Rock 'N' Roll. It's season two, episode fifteen of your favorite Ohioan's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network. #WWMTA
A Futuristic Past

A Futuristic Past

2020-11-3001:02:37

Technology. Music. When you marry the two, a bit of magic can happen—and it oftentimes does, but what happens when technology starts getting in the way of how music is created and consumed? If anyone can grab a laptop and a bootleg version of some software that allows you to produce and create your own music then where does "making it", and having to earn your way to the top fit in? Where does quality control start and end? In the music industry's current state, it seems like anyone and everyone can get a "record deal"—and well they pretty much have (if we're being honest here). This has lead music as a whole to look and feel more diluted than ever before. But is it really at the fault of how technology is being utilized within the industry? Many people would say yes, and probably just as many would say no. Jack White may look and sound like the final boss you have to overcome when you're trying to escape Corktown, but the way he looks at music as a whole directly translates into the music he creates. In his case, the less modern technology the better, and that works flawlessly for him but there is a slew of music industry veterans that have embraced and utilized every piece of modern technology they could get their hands on and created some absolute masterpieces while doing so. So which is it? Digital or Analog? Hell, why not both? So bring your acoustic guitar, your drum machine, your favorite music medium and sit your ass down for this one. It's season two episode fourteen of your favorite music producer's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network. #WWMTA
Don't Hate, Motivate

Don't Hate, Motivate

2020-11-2301:09:56

mo·ti·va·tionnoun- the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way."escape can be a strong motivation for travel"- the general desire or willingness of someone to do something."keep staff up to date and maintain interest and motivation"There is nothing like finding that perfect song that pushes you past giving in while you're trying to finish that last half mile at the gym. Or when that one song comes on that helps get you through that last half hour at work. But what is it that enables a certain song to be able to get you going? Do people use a lot of the same songs in order to find motivation in what they're doing? Are they're key elements that make a song motivational? We discuss this and so much more on this brand new guestless episode. It's season two, episode thirteen of your favorite motivational guru's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
It's been a long flight but you're finally up and able to stretch your cramped legs as you make your way through the airport. As you're hurrying your way to baggage claim you hear a familiar name come over the loudspeaker. Duff McKagan? "Why the hell is Duff McKagan welcoming me to Seattle", you ask yourself. It's really beside the point, but odd nonetheless. "Is this the 'Seattle Sound' everyone has been talking about?", you wonder quietly in your head. Maybe it's Peugeot Sound? That would make more sense, at least to you. You quickly find the nearest person that doesn't appear to be a tourist and ask them to help you find the "Seattle Sound"—of course you mean Peugeot Sound but he doesn't know that, and frankly at this point neither do you. "Seattle Sound"? The man replies with a confused look on his face."You mean like Nirvana?" he replies with heavy toned sarcasm in his voice. "No?" You reply, now even more confused. "Nirvana is a band, but what does that have to do with Seattle Sound?". "It's THE Seattle Sound, man" the man replies as he grows visibly irritated. "Look", the man says, "there is a record shop down the street, head there and when you get inside have them point you toward Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, and Nirvana—just to name a few". "Okay sounds good, thanks man" you reply in a hurried nervous voice. You part ways and from there you do just as he said, and from that day on, your life will never be the same. There are more than a few critically acclaimed musical acts to hail from Seattle, but none that caused as much noise like the ones that developed their own grungy, dirty, heavy, and unique sound. Dubbed the "Seattle Sound", these bands created something new, something unlike everything else that was currently bleeding the airwaves dry at the time and they were able to pave their own lane into music history by doing so. In this episode, we're joined by CJ from the PodAskew Podcast and we're talking all things Seattle, and all things music. With a heavy focus on Grunge and the "Seattle Sound", we have all come to know and love. Whether you consider yourself a fan of grunge music or not (you might even be a fan and not even know it), you're not going to want to miss this one. It's season two episode twelve of your favorite fish monger's favorite music podcast. Let's GO!Find PodAskew Podcast on all of your favorite social media outlets.Listen to Podaskew Podcast wherever you find all of your favorite podcasts. Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify.Infectious Groove Podcast part of the OddPods Media Network
It's always refreshing when a musician takes a step back and realizes they have more to say than what their current offering might allow them to. Ahhh yes the side project, that's it—It's Kind of like having a mistress, except there is usually considerably less drama, though there are always exceptions (insert crazy side project band drama story here). It's even more refreshing when that side project unleashes something completely different than what you're used to hearing from that particular artist—and that's exactly what we get with Brian Elmquist and JOY CLUB. Better known for his role as singer/songwriter/guitarist and 1/3 of The Lone Bellow, Brian decided to try something different this time.  JOY CLUB is the collaborative musical effort of Brian and long time friend and producer Justin Glasco. JOY CLUB became the outlet for all things experimental when it came to the music that both Brian and Justin were accustomed to. But for Elmquist, it was about more than just experimenting with new sounds and ideas. JOY CLUB became a place to process the hardships, truths, and vulnerabilities that come with sobriety, which for Elmquist was something brand new, just like JOY CLUB.  We had the pleasure of catching up with Brian, whom we all consider to be a good friend to talk about all things JOY CLUB, the new EP, The Lone Bellow, sobriety, and how he's navigating the difficulties of being a creative during a pandemic. It's season two episode eleven of your favorite grocery store clerk's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Find JOY CLUB on facebook! Check out the new EP "Just A Dream" here! For all things The Lone Bellow, visit their official website. Find The Lone Bellow on facebook, twitter, and Instagram. Listen to Half Moon Light here! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast a member of the OddPods Media Network.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Michael Jackson. Chances are when you hear that name a few thoughts come to mind. Many of those thoughts were strategically placed right where you were thinking about them, by the media. Few people have been scrutinized and demonized as badly as the late great King Of Pop, and for what? The theories and allegations seem to never end, but with no actual factual proof, they disappear as fast as they appeared to begin with. No longer around to defend himself, his name and reputation have had to rely on those willing and brave enough to defend him. People like his nephew Taj Jackson, who we had the pleasure of sitting down with to talk all things Michael, including his new film "The Truth Runs Marathons"—and to say nothing was off-limits is putting it pretty lightly. Whether you're an MJ fan or not, this is an episode that might cause you to lose the pause button. Innocent until proven guilty, or guilty until proven innocent? It doesn't really matter because "Lies run sprints, but the truth runs marathons". It's season two, episode ten of your favorite Jackson's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! For all things Taj, visit his official website. Find Taj on twitter, facebook, and Instagram! Help the truth be told here. Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. 2020 Discover Pods Awards finalist for "Best Music Podcast". Vote here! Infectious Groove Podcast a member of the OddPods Media Network.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
The resurgence of the vinyl record is undeniable, and more than a few years into a comeback vinyl and vinyl collectors seem to be everywhere. But why? What is it about this nearly one-hundred-year-old medium that has sucked everyone in and eventually lead to it outselling CDs? In this episode, we had the pleasure of digging in the crates and catching up with Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone, director/producers of the brand new (and fantastically done) documentary VINYL NATION—where we got to talk with them about all things vinyl. The film gives you a first-hand look into the comeback of the record. A little bit of history, more than a few stories, and the search for the truths of those finding themselves immersed in a world where they have much more in common than they might have once thought. You're not going to want to miss this one. It's Season Two Episode Nine of your favorite vinyl collector's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!For all things VINYL NATION and info on where you can see the film visit their official website.Check out the official trailer for the film!Find them on facebook and Instagram!BUY A TICKET. WATCH AT HOME. SUPPORT A LOCAL BUSINESS.Make sure to check out all of the songs mentioned in this episode on the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs Playlist exclusively on Spotify.Infectious Groove Podcast now a part of the OddPods Media Network.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
It's not every day that someone refuses to pay sixty or even one hundred dollars to see one of America's greatest musical treasures, but sometimes mistakes are made and in return—lessons are learned. Tom Petty (with and without The Heartbreakers) is synonymous with Americana as we know it. From scaring the s#!t out of us with his extra creepy music videos when we were kids, to us all coming of age together with his monstrous hit "Free Fallin'". If Tom Petty wasn't a part of some sort of your life growing up, did you ever really even listen to music bro? This week we finally caught up with our mate Will from The Limehouse Podcast to talk all things Tom, all things Petty, and all things Heartbreaker. We heard he fancied himself some Petty so we thought who better to have on an episode all about Tom Petty. We had a bloody fu$%in' riot of a time, and you will too whether you like it or not. It's season two, episode eight of your favorite Brit's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!Find The Limehouse Podcast everywhere you find your favorite pods that you cast.Give Will some S#!t on twitter!Also, make sure to keep up with all of the music we talk about on the show with our Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist posted weekly, exclusively to Spotify.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Some say that musicians are a dime a dozen, and to some degree that may be true. The only thing about that is, not all musicians are created equal—and the ones who stand out are the ones that break the rules, defy the odds, and turn the music industry on it's head. That's exactly what Edward "Eddie" Van Halen did when he set out on his path to be one of the greatest rock stars the world will ever know. Whether you're a Van Halen fan or not, Eddie's impact on the music industry as a whole is undeniable. Van Halen may have had more breakups and makeups than Paris Hilton, but that revolving lineup lead to some of the greatest and most renowned rock ballads of all time. When Eddie picked up a guitar, no one was ever really sure what they were going to hear, only that it would be something they most likely had never heard before. What Eddie did with a guitar is what Salvador Dali did with a paintbrush, and they will both forever be known for being one of the greatest to ever do what they did. It's with a heavy heart that we bring you the seventh episode of the second season of your favorite band's, favorite guitar player's—favorite music podcast. Edward Lodewijk Van HalenJanuary 26th, 1955 - October 6th, 2020--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
It's not every day that a little bit of Twitter banter turns into having the opportunity to interview the top person on your list of people you'd want to interview for your podcast, but every now and then a little social media miracle occurs—and in this case that is exactly what happened for Russ. By the grace of the Twitter gods, the man, the myth, the legend, drummer, author, and one-sixth of the original line up for The Black Crowes—Mr. Steve Gorman joined us for what turned out to be a fantastic conversation about the history of the band, moving on, his new book, Trigger Hippy, and so much more. If you're a fan of The Black Crowes you're certainly not going to want to miss this one. If you're not a fan of The Black Crowes you might just find yourself being one after you give this one a listen.Buy Steve Gorman's new book Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of the Black Crowes--A Memoir.Check out Trigger Hippy!Find Steve Gorman on the radio!Tweet at Steve Gorman on Twtter!Also, make sure to keep up with all of the music we talk about on the show with our Infectious Groove Podcast companion songs playlist posted weekly, exclusively to Spotify.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
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Castbox

Love what y'all are doing with this podcast. It's a grab bag of fun and your inter-host banter is top notch!

Mar 19th
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Arielle Nissenblatt

“gangsta rap” hahaha

Mar 16th
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