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The Shape of a New Thing to Come is a monthly podcast that celebrates the intersections between punk, hardcore, and new faith communities.
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End of 2019

End of 2019

2019-12-2400:53:39

Merry Christmas! On this last episode of the year, Adam, Dan and Jason discuss their favorite listens in 2019, how to handle hardship during the holidays and what we most anticipate in 2020. Thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music. Other music from this episode comes from Focused, The Beautiful Mistake, Unwed Sailor (listen to our conversation with Matt Putman of Unwed Sailor), Magnitude, A Pregnant Light, Liberty & Justice, Luxury and Toledo Knives. Also mentioned in this episode: Dan's Focused tee, Furnace Fest 2020, California Takeover 2020, Magnitude's snare drum has a Twitter account, the return of RATM (go check out One Day As A Lion), Body Count's forthcoming LP, and Flaming Amy's Burrito Barn. Dan's favorites for the year: Magnitude - To Whatever Fateful End (listen to our conversation with Cameron from Magnitude) Anxious - Never Better One Step Closer - From Me To You Envision - In Desperation Charity - Nickname Fiddlehead - Get My Mind Right Inclination - When Fear Turns To Confidence Never Ending Game - Just Another Day Stages of Faith - Delside Abuse of Power - What On Earth Can We Do Jason's favorites for the year: Magnitude - To Whatever Fateful End Fiddlehead - Get My Mind Right A Pregnant Light - Broken Play  (listen to our conversation with Damian Master of APL) Bars of Gold - Shelters Ceremony - In The Spirit World Now Pedro The Lion - Phoenix Liberty & Justice - 4 All Jimmy Eat World - Surviving Julien Baker - Tokyo Honorable Mention: The St. Pierre Snake Invasion - Caprice Enchante Adam's favorites for the year: Pedro The Lion - Phoenix Luxury - Trophies (listen to our conversation with Christopher Foley of Luxury)Fiddlehead - Springtime And Blind Quicksand - Interiors Bars of Gold - Shelters Magnitude - To Whatever Fateful End The Brilliance - All Is Not Lost Amygdala - Our Voices Will Soar Forever Lingua Ignota - Caligula Honorable Mention: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Ghosteen Like our Facebook page. Check out the Spotify playlist for this episode. Support local music. See you next year!
This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Rev. Christopher Foley of Luxury about the Eastern Orthodox tradition and Chris's roots in punk and hardcore. You can see the Luxury documentary, Parallel Love in theaters and purchase from the band's catalog. Check out the playlist of bands discussed on this episode on Spotify. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. As always, thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.
On this first Hyper Focus segment, Adam and Jason talk with Corey Stroffolino of La Dispute about their latest release Panorama on Epitaph Records, as well as, Corey's solo work as a musician and stand-up comedian. Special thanks to Not Beneath for the use of their track in the intro. Go support these bands! Like our Facebook Page and check out Spotify playlists from past episodes.
Catching Up

Catching Up

2019-10-1500:54:12

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason don't have a special guest joining them. Instead, these 3 friends take the opportunity to talk about two things we deeply love church and music. As you might expect, we see a lot of crossover between the two. A few things that came up this month: 1001 Churches PC(USA) Ebenezer Church (San Diego, CA) Che Cafe (San Diego, CA) Jesus Piece goes full WWF on hate5six If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Gut Punch for the use of their new EP, I Won't Lay Down. And, as always, thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.
On this first HyperFocus segment, Adam and Jason talk with Damian Master of A Pregnant Light about his latest release Broken Play on Colloquial Sound Recordings. We talk about Damian's process, Lungfish and more. Special thanks to Not Beneath for the use of their track in the intro. Go support these bands! Like our Facebook Page and check out Spotify playlists from past episodes.
Jonah Matranga

Jonah Matranga

2019-09-0401:26:05

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason have a long conversation with Jonah Matranga of onelinedrawing, Far, New End Original and so much more. Jonah's book, Alone Rewinding is available through his website. He is currently on tour. Some of what we discussed this month: Glide Memorial Church (San Francisco, CA) Beloved Everybody Church (Los Angeles, CA) If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.
On this latest Hyper Focus, Jason talks with Chris McGrath of Much The Same about the band's come back release Everything Is Fine. Special thanks to Not Beneath for the use of their track in the intro. Like our Facebook page, leave a review and rating on whatever podcast platform you listen to and support the bands we share with you by purchasing their music!
Billy Power

Billy Power

2019-08-0601:12:10

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason have a wide ranging conversation with the one and only Billy Power about all things punk rock. Billy is the host of the podcast Urban Achiever, an author and most well-known as the frontman of Blenderhead. He is working on a new music project called Spoken in Tongues. Some of what we discussed this month: Luxury and the new documentary on the band. Jason Hamacher (of Frodus, Battery, etc.) and his Lost Origins projects and gallery. (Check out the Cult and Culture podcast interview with him) Julien Baker's interview on the podcast Turned Out A Punk. Brandon Wrencher and the Good Neighbor Movement and Liberating Church (Greensboro, NC) Ekko Church (Anaheim, CA) Vox Veniae (Austin, TX) Thanks to Spoken in Tongues, Secret Smoker, Into All the Earth, Gut Punch, Liberty & Justice and Great Reversals for letting us use their music (go support these artists!). If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.
On this month's HyperFocus, Adam and Jason talk with Matt Putman of Unwed Sailor about their latest full-length Heavy Age.   Special thanks to Not Beneath for the use of their track in the intro. Like our Facebook page, leave a review and rating on whatever podcast platform you listen to and support the bands we share with you by purchasing their music!
Michael Croland

Michael Croland

2019-07-0201:01:10

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Michael Croland, author of Oy Oy Oy Gevalt and Punk Rock Hora. Some things we discussed this month: Punk Torah Artists Beit Midrash Rabbi Patrick BeaulierWandering Jews of Astoria Chrisie Reeves-Pendergrass (Adam's other podcast with Chrisie is Instructions for Living a Life) David Finnegan-Hosey's book Christ on the Psych Ward (David was on Jason's podcast A New Thing last year) Jeya So of Anchor City Church (San Diego, CA) (Here's an article on Jeya) Hate5Six.com Thanks to Yidcore, Moshiach Oi!, Klunk, The Schleps and CAN!!CAN for letting us use their music (go support these artists!). If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.
On this first HyperFocus segment, Adam and Jason talk with Cameron Joplin of Magnitude about their new release To Whatever Fateful End on Triple B Records. We talk about The Cure, filling in for Sect and creating Magnitude's first full-length. Cameron also plays in Ecostrike and will be touring with both Magnitude and Ecostrike this summer. Check social media for dates near you and pick up their new album! Special thanks to Not Beneath for the use of their track in the intro. Additional thanks to Triple B Records and Magnitude for letting us share their music.
A New TSOANTTC Segment

A New TSOANTTC Segment

2019-06-1100:00:54

Several of our listeners have shared that with us that once a month is not enough! We've heard you and we're bringing you HyperFocus, a new segment where we talk to artists about their latest releases. Our first episode comes out next month, featuring Cameron Joplin of Magnitude. Stay tuned!
This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Leanor Ortega Till, member of Five Iron Frenzy and The Fast Feeling, as well as, being a "spiritual entrepreneur" with Urban Skye in Denver, CO. Leanor also co-produced the documentary Pick It Up! Ska In The 90's–check out the trailer. Some of the "new things" discussed this month were: Scum of the Earth (Denver, CO) Denver Homeless Out Loud (Denver, CO) Urban Skye (Denver, CO) Mission 98 (Denver, CO) Church on Tap (Wilmington, NC) face (Canada) Thanks to Five Iron Frenzy and The Fast Feeling for letting us use their music (go check out the video for The Fast Feeling song, "Factions"). If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.
Jamie White

Jamie White

2019-05-0701:12:20

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Jamie White, church planter with Radial Church in Canton, OH and Program Director of the Brethren Academy at Ashland University. We talk about her introduction to punk rock and hardcore, along with the joys of aging! Some of the "new things" discussed this month were: Renew Church (San Diego, CA) Mission House (Salisbury, NC) Dinner Church at Pink Hill (Pink Hill, NC) Thanks to Toledo Knives, Eso-Charis, Liberty & Justice, Secret Smoker, Marhem, Black Coffee, Skratchline, Prom Nights, Remover and Squids for letting us use their music. If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music and Andrew Wells for his live photography in the 'show poster.'
Josh Kemble of Dogwood

Josh Kemble of Dogwood

2019-04-0300:52:47

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Josh Kemble, lead vocalist for the San Diego punk rock band, Dogwood. We talk about Josh's passion for food, how Dogwood got started and so much more. You can follow Josh's culinary exploits here. Some of the "new things" discussed this month were: Urban Life (San Diego, CA) Old Skool Cafe (San Francisco, CA) A 2nd Cup (Houston, TX) The work of Christiana Rice in San Diego, CA, Layne Brubaker in Tacoma, WA and Hannah Terry in Houston, TX. (Hannah was in episode 19 of A New Thing, Jason's other podcast.) Thanks to Dogwood, Saint Didacus, Gut Punch and Secret Smokers for letting us use their music. If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music and Andrew Wells for his live photography in the 'show poster.'
Francisco Garcia-Velasquez

Francisco Garcia-Velasquez

2019-03-1901:02:331

This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Francisco Garcia-Velasquez, a pastor in Chula Vista, CA. Francisco is the founder of The Industry, a church plant and all-ages music venue in San Diego. An article on the Industry from 2016 can be read here. We also talk about a few of the "new things" that we're excited about, including: Ebenezer Church (San Diego, CA) The Local Church (Pittsboro, NC) ... and, of course, The Industry in San Diego. The soundtrack from this episode includes music from Not Beneath, Nerve Control, Take Offense, Fear is the Driving Force, Turn it Around, Bone Breaker and Moral Issue. If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music and Andrew Wells for his live photography in the 'show poster.'
Welcome to The Shape of A New Thing To Come! This is the first episode of a monthly podcast where co-hosts Dan So, Adam Baker, and Jason Evans celebrate the intersections between punk, hardcore and new faith communities. In this first episode, we make introductions, share how we connected to punk and hardcore, and explore why it is that this conversation is so important to us. We also talk about a few of the "new things" that we're excited about, including: Presbyterian Urban Ministries (San Diego, CA) Walking Tall Wilmington (Wilmington, NC) 3 church planters in Texas: Carrissa Baldwin McGinnis (Twitter), Brin Bon (Twitter, Instagram, blog) and David Peters (Twitter, Instagram, blog) There's also a lot of passionate discussion about the music the three of us are listening to this month, which is always fun. The soundtrack from this episode includes the music of Ecostrike, Toledo Knives, Wrecking Ball, Snake Babies and Skratchline.  If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist (see below). Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you. Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music and Andrew Wells for his live photography in the 'show poster' above. About the co-hosts: Dan So is a co-pastor of Anchor City Church and leads Cyclical San Diego. (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) Adam Baker is an associate pastor at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church and also co-hosts another podcast, Instructions for Living a Life. (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) Jason Evans is a missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of Texas and host of A New Thing podcast. (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) You can listen to The Shape of A New Thing To Come everywhere podcasts are found! Please leave us a review and a rating to let us know how we're doing, and be sure to share the podcast with a friend.
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