The fourth episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. In this episode, Jason and I spoke with The Swellers' Jono Diener. We talked with our resident movie reviewer about Warped Tour, the band's recent signing with No Sleep Records and upcoming album, as well what it means when you smell like soup.
You can subscribe to this podcast in a variety of ways: via iTunes, your own RSS feed (instructions in the replies) or simply streaming in in the replies. You can also find our previous episodes here. As always, feedback and thoughts are always welcomed. Starting with this episode you'll notice a significant improvement in audio quality. We...
We have a special mini-podcast going live today. Last year (actually just about exactly a year ago), Jason did a phone interview with Ryan Key of Yellowcard, but due to some unforeseen circumstances occurring practically simultaneously the interview was never transcribed and released. Now that we have this podcast, we figured this would be a really good way to release the audio from this interview. The quality isn’t as good as the previous podcasts, as it wasn’t recorded to ever be one — however, Jason tried to clean it up as best he could.
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The third episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. This episode is the last of three conversations Jason and I had with Say Anything's Max Bemis. In this episode, we talked about the third disc of the band's recent All My Friends Are Enemies rarities release. Most notably, we discuss with Max why college wasn't for him, why he doesn't curse on record anymore, and the future of the band.
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The AP.net Podcast is now up on iTunes. You can subscribe and download episodes, here. You should also now be able to search for the podcast in the iPhone app by searching for "absolutepunk." If you've got a few spare minutes to rate and or review it -- that would be great too. Hope you've been enjoying it -- many more coming soon.
As much as you're enjoying our first few podcasts with Max Bemis -- Jason and I took some time out last Thursday to just shoot the shit and talk about the new Jimmy Eat World and Relient K albums, pre-leak Yeezus, and Apple's WWDC.
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The second episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast is now available for your listening pleasure. This episode features the second of the three conversations with Say Anything's Max Bemis. Jason and I talk to Max about the second disc of the band's recent All My Friends Are Enemies rarities release. Most notably, we talk more about the band's early origins, how they got signed to Doghouse, and how Drive-Thru Records had a big influence early in the process, amongst other things.
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Just in case you missed it last week, we premiered the first episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast. Our first guest is Max Bemis of Say Anything and we discussed the My Friends Are Enemies rarities release. Episode 2 with Max premieres this Friday (June 14th) and it's a really good one, as he shares some stories with the world for the first time. Don't miss it.
I've wanted an official AbsolutePunk.net podcast for a while. I love listening to podcasts, I love doing them (you may remember user anamericangod and I had a brief podcast run), but we just never had the time or resources to really commit to doing one on the site. That all changes today. I am extremely proud to introduce the first episode of the AbsolutePunk.net Podcast. We were fortunate enough to have Max Bemis of Say Anything to be our first guest and we recorded so much great stuff that we divided it up into three separate episodes, with the first one premiering today and the other two being released over the course of the next two weeks every Friday. We talked to Max about the...
Our very own Scott Weber recently recorded a podcast with Riley Breckenridge, formerly of Thrice, in which they discussed, among other things, Riley's transition from Thrice and his new project with his brother Eddie and Mike Shumaker of Hey Mercedes. You can check it out here.
According to a recent podcast (Get Up On This #81), Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco announced that Panic! has been writing the past few months, and are going to finish their new album this month. He said that they are aiming to have it out this year.
Brian and Drew from Shone are on this week's Marvel podcast. Apparently there's a mention of Brand New toward the end, but I'm still listening to find it. Update: Brian says, at around the 1:50 minute left mark that, "it'll probably happen this year."
The Maccabees will be recording their new album this year but have decided to set up a podcast whilst they do so. The Maccabees Hour Or So Of Music will include music that the band are enjoying during the recording (or in general) and have them all talking about it as well. Subscribe for free here.
Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew have gotten back together to reunite the beloved Loveline team from back in the day. The new podcast is called The Adam & Drew Show and you can listen to the first episode in the replies. Nothing has been said as to if they will follow the ways of the past having bands on frequently, but I figured some people would be interested.
You can listen to Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) give an incredibly revealing interview about his struggles with drug addiction and the hardships the band faced while making Go on the new Men's Health Podcast.
Riley (Thrice) and Ian from Kowloon Walled City have a (mostly) baseball-related podcast that they've been doing for a couple of months. This week the guest was Jason Black of Hot Water Music, they chatted a bit about their reunion, their new record Exister, and his Braves fandom. Check it out here.
A new podcast featuring the extended version of "Oarsman," as well as "Greek Fire," "The Attic," and "Woolen Blankets" off of The Republic of Wolves' upcoming album can be heard here. The songs begin at the 63 minute mark.
You can now download the second in a four-part podcast with Underoath explaining the writing and recording process for their new album, Ø (Disambiguation). The podcast also samples 3 new songs. The band's new record will be in stores November 9th via Tooth & Nail Records.
You can download Underoath's "Ø (Disambiguation) Podcast (Part 1 of 4)" for free by subscribing to the Tooth & Nail podcast on iTunes. They'll be discussing their forthcoming album Ø (Disambiguation) and preview samples of the first three tracks: "In Division," "Catch Myself Catching Myself" and "Paper Lung." Also be on the lookout for my review later this week.
The next episode of the Tooth & Nail podcast is now up for free at iTunes. You can hear new songs from T&N artists Sent by Ravens and Write This Down, and the world premiere of "Whale Bones" by Secret & Whisper, as well as discussing plenty of new releases by T&N artists.