Albany, NY based singer-songwriter Olivia Quillio joins Dave on the podcast to talk about her beautiful and emotive new album, Get Down And Pray. Olivia’s cat Rob also makes a guest appearance to voice his opinions on the current state of the music industry. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Olivia’s […]Read more "Old School Record Review #53- Olivia Quillio"
Matt Rector guest hosts the podcast this week and hooked up with two wonderful bands at the Green River Festival: Twisted Pine and The Stray Birds Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Twisted Pine Website- http://www.twistedpinemusic.com/ The Stray Birds Website- http://www.thestraybirds.com/Read more "Old School Record Review #51- Twisted Pine and The Stray Birds at the Green River Festival"
Mikale D’Andrea, John Pehnke and Evan Eckersley of Steel City Sunrise Skyped in to the podcast to discuss the band’s brand new EP, 419. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Steel City Sunrise Website- http://www.steelcitysunrise.com/ Bandcamp- http://steelcitysunrise.bandcamp.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/SteelCitySunrise Twitter- @SteelSunriseRead more "Old School Record Review #49- Steel City Sunrise"
by Noah Kucij Call it acoustic roots-rock or slowgrass or modern folk, but the music of Gillian Welch (pronounced like the gills on a fish, as she sometimes tells audiences in a conspiratorial stage whisper) is less interesting to classify than it is to hear. She’s better known for the traditional elements of her sound […]Read more "Top 5 Gillian Welch Songs"
This week on Old School Record Review, Dave gets together with Siobahn Hotaling to talk about her EP, Unguarded. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Siobahn’s website- http://www.siobahn.com/ Bandcamp- https://siobahn.bandcamp.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/siobahnmusic Twitter- @siobahn76Read more "Old School Record Review #48- Siobahn Hotaling"
On this episode of I Fucking Love That Band, Dave gives his take on Deja Vu in honor of the 45th anniversary of the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young classic collaboration. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes StitcherRead more "I Fucking Love That Band #28- CSNY: Deja Vu"
Elliot Liebman is back on the show to talk about Many Voices’ new album, Paper Tapes. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Bandcamp- https://manyvoices.bandcamp.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/ManyVoicesBand Twitter- @ManyVoicesBand Instagram- @manyvoicesbandRead more "Old School Record Review #46- Many Voices: Paper Tapes"
The archetype of the absentee father in American culture is one I’m all too familiar with. I know what it’s like to be a child and explain to people that I’ve never met my biological father, that he abandoned my mother at my birth and shirked his responsibility as a man to raise his son. […]Read more "Stuck In My Head #13: Bill Withers- “I’m Her Daddy”"
Matt Rector guest hosts this episode of Old School Record Review as he got together with singer-songwriter Sean Rowe before a show in Hudson, NY. Sean has a new EP out entitled Her Songs that’s available for purchase on iTunes. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/seanrowemusic Twitter- @sean_rowe ANTI- […]Read more "Old School Record Review #44- Sean Rowe"
Dave got together with singer-songwiter Andrew James Mirabile to talk about his music, his writing style and a few of his musical heroes. We have some live cuts for you too as Andrew performed three songs live on the podcast. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Website- http://www.amirabilemusic.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/andrewjamestunes Twitter- […]Read more "Old School Record Review #43- Andrew James Mirabile"
The MOVE Music Festival is now in its fourth year of bringing emerging, independent acts to Albany, NY for one weekend of frenetic musical overload. Managing to more-or-less make good on one of their taglines of “100 Bands, 10 Venues, One Incredible Weekend,” this past Friday through Sunday, the festival organizers may still be faking […]Read more "The MOVE Music Festival, Albany, NY, Part One of Two – Friday, April 24, 2015"
I was fifteen years old back in 1995, and it was one of the best years of my life as an appreciator of music. I discovered lots of new and old stuff across a variety of genres. There were two alternative rock masterpieces I spun constantly: the overrated Throwing Copper by Live and the underrated […]Read more "Freedy Johnston @ The Low Beat, Albany, NY – Thursday, March 19, 2015"
What’s stuck in my head this week is less a song and more a fascination with a strange coincidence in the world of contemporary rock music. Let me take you back to ancient Greece so I can explain: Legend[i] tells us that Helen, born from an egg laid by her mother Leda, who had been […]Read more "Stuck In My Head #9: Blonde Redhead, Brandi Carlile, and the Archetype of the Divine Twins"
George and Stephanie McCorkell of The May North Skyped into the podcast to talk with Dave about the band’s current album, By a String, Enjoy their sweet melodies and smokin’ instrumental musicianship as tales of life in the North Country unfold. By a String is available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and cdbaby. Download Podcast […]Read more "Old School Record Review #29- The May North"
This week on Old School Record Review, Stephen Mccauley and Kevin McNamara of yesper Skyped into the podcast to discuss yesper’s senses sensei EP. Recorded in empty penthouses in a high rise apartment building under construction, senses sensei is a brilliant example of using your surroundings to create an undeniably unique feel on a record. […]Read more "Old School Record Review #28- yesper"