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 Jonathon & Sarah talk about cLOUDDEAD's last album, 2004's Ten. Jonathon over explains his three movement theory, they find beauty in brutal imagery, and ponder over the joke of it all. Sarah also brings some reflection on twenty episodes of New Ears. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Robyn talk about The Head and The Heart's 4th album, 2019's Living Mirage. They discuss the metaphor of a relationship and music, feel the use of the happy piano, and find the differences in their own tastes. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can find more from Robyn here.You can read the writing project Jonathon mentions here.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Jacky talk about Milemarker's 2nd album, 1998's Future Isms. They discuss the contemporary relevancy with regards to the title, take a look at the place of technology in society and art, and find new meaning in one of their favorite songs. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Hamilton talk about Hall & Oates 3rd album, 1974's War Babies. They discuss the seventies, wonder about eyes and TV screens, and get lost in the cyber punk, prog folk soul of it all. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.Hamilton mentions Hope Abounds, a cancer patient support organization.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Raul talk about Coriky's 2020 self-titled debut. They try to tackle an album that they haven't had years of time with, take a look at the political, and either find or construct a pretty big narrative. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can grab a song Jonathon has worked on here and follow that Bandcamp site for more when they are actually released.Raul has some music up here. Follow both and the podcast for more new music from them.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Jacklyn talk about The Wonder Years' 6th album, 2018's Sister Cities. They address the endless loss covered in the album, travel the world with the band, and get into what distance really means in the modern age. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.Check out Bite Of Passage on Twitter, Facebook, or email @ biteofpassage.pod@gmail.comThis podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
This episode is originally from the Beast in the Maze podcast."Join us as we discuss the first album of the Blaze Bayley period, "The X Factor." Arguably Iron Maiden's darkest album, this one divided fans, to say the least. In fact, many Bruce loyalists outright hate this record and its successor, "Virtual XI." We'll delve in and see if that hate is deserved, and why the album may warrant a second look. We also talk about whether the album might or might not have worked better as a side project, some of the new bass guitar sounds being explored, and one of the more awkward Iron Maiden screams.With us again is our guest Jonathon Humphrey from New Ears and Bite of Passage, to offer an outside look at the Blaze era from someone who hasn't been forced to listen to Iron Maiden all year.You can follow/contact us on Twitter @beast_maze or check out our website, or reach us via email at mail@beastinthemaze.com."You can contribute to the discussion on New Ears by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
This episode is originally from the Beast in the Maze podcast."This week we're taking on Phish's seventh studio album, and we've roped in a friend to help us out! Jonathon Humphrey from "New Ears" and "Bite of Passage" joins us as we discuss The Story of the Ghost, including the band's unique approach to recording the album, the unique tones which carry through the tracks, cow-funk, and how ghosts talk on the phone. We also reveal Matt's pick for the next episode!You can check Jonathon's podcasts out at New Ears and Bite of Passage. You can also follow/contact us on Twitter @beast_maze, or check out our website, or reach us via email at mail@beastinthemaze.com. "You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
On this sneak peak extra clip cut from the upcoming episode on Coriky, Jonathon and Raul take some time to reflect on Dischord Records. They appreciate a small part of the large Dischord discography, talk about the bands that members of Fugazi have been in, and talk about Fugazi and Coriky in a theoretical future. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.Jonathon has some music coming out this year, get in before the site is finished and official by following on Bandcamp. You'll be notified when the project is released.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Raul talk about Fugazi's final album, 2001's The Argument. They discuss how the album came together from pieces in the studio, compare the styles of three vocalists, and get into the politics that make up the Argument. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Sarah talk about Buck 65's 10th(ish) album, 2005's Secret House Against The World. They enjoy the many faces of Buck 65, feel their way through the heartbreak and the wandering, and ponder over whether a house can be a person. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.Check out Bite Of Passage on Twitter, Facebook, or email @ biteofpassage.pod@gmail.comThis podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Matt talk about Jethro Tull's 4th album, 1971's Aqualung. They debate the bands intent of a concept record, try to diffuse the genre crossing, and keep coming back to the breathy flute. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can hear Matt's podcast Beast in the Maze on most podcast platforms and they can be reached at @beast_maze on Twitter,  on Facebook, at their website www.beastinthemaze.com, and via email at mail@beastinthemaze.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Justin talk about Built To Spill's 3rd album, 1997's Perfect From Now On. They discuss how the album balances between the religious and the romantic, try to get to the root of "the sound", and wonder over the sun's place in it all. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Raul talk about Joan of Arc's 1st album, 1997's A Portable Model Of... They speculate the connection to the first album, find as many references as they can, and try to figure out how memory works. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Jason talk about Tegan & Sara's 5th album, 2007's The Con. They discuss the life moments of the artist that built to this, appreciate the guest musicians and musical references, and encircle the dark themes of the album. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can hear Jason's band Glue Traps on Spotify, Apple Music, or bandcamp.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Brian talk about A Tribe Called Quest's 1st album, 1990's People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm. They count the ways Q Tip tries to "Push It Along", are astounded by the samples and styles of Muhammad, and find a lot to laugh about. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can hear Brian's podcast Beast in the Maze on most podcast platforms and they can be reached at @beast_maze on Twitter,  on Facebook, at their website www.beastinthemaze.com, and via email at mail@beastinthemaze.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Nathan talk about Elliott Smith's 2nd album, 1997's Either/Or. They discuss the narrative of substance abuse, debate the 2nd person autobiographical nature of the songs, and find different meanings throughout many of the albums moments. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can see a much more complete list of projects that Nathan has worked on at his imdb page.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Raul talk about Joan of Arc's 1st album, 1997's A Portable Model Of... They discuss this album alone while taking some time to connect it to it's follow up, write flash fan-fic for Star Trek, and delve deep into what they find to be the album's thesis statement. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Sarah talk about Taylor Swift's 6th album, 2017's Reputation. They discuss the events that led to Reputation, Taylor trying on a new level of maturity, and imagine a dream Taylor Swift project. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
Jonathon & Matt talk about Drive Like Jehu's 2nd and final album, 1994's Yank Crime. They wonder exactly what is a yank crime, navigate the feedback and guitar layering, and discuss Iron Maiden more than one would think. You can contribute to the discussion by finding us on Twitter, Facebook or emailing us at abandonedmascotprod@gmail.com.You can hear Matt's podcast Beast in the Maze on most podcast platforms and they can be reached at @beast_maze on Twitter, at their website www.beastinthemaze.com, and via email at mail@beastinthemaze.com.This podcast is part of the Abandoned Mascot Network, a loose affiliation of podcasts from media arts creators and connoisseurs. For more information, follow us on Twitter @abandonedmasco1.★ Support this podcast ★
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