This week we’re just excited to share some new music. We’re always excited to share new music but this time the whole group got so excited we completely forgot about our topic (which we’ll save for another week.) Hosts Nick Dooley and Dan Goldin were joined by Brooklyn’s bcc: as they got ready to record their debut album in the studio. There’s great music from Uranium Club, Beige Palace, Editrix, Sharkmuffin, Furbie, and David Nance, plus a special performance from bcc:
Our latest episode explodes the wide world of music festivals. With SXSW quickly approaching we talk about memories from other festivals, though oddly don’t talk about SXSW at all. There’s some good stories and chatter, plus even better new music from Big Business, Shady Bug, Parsnip, Buck Gooter, and Grim Streaker.
On a most thrilling episode four, we explore the idea of buying music vs streaming, and the perceived value of music in our modern times. We keep it light and there’s not a great deal of fact checking, but plenty of passionate discussion. The musical selections are particularly exciting with new music from Oozing Wound, Vintage Crop, Eerie Wanda, Gnarcissits, Grace Sings Sludge, and Fond... crammed primarily into the end as we learn about discussion:music pacing.
On Episode 3 we are joined by DC/Maryland’s Mister Goblin, a new band featuring Sam Woodring formerly of Two Inch Astronaut. Hosts Nick and Dan talk to the band about their recent formation, their first run of shows, and classic rock bands. The band play songs from their debut EP, Final Boy.
Post-Trash Live returns for episode two. Careful to avoid the sophomore slump, hosts Nick Dooley and Dan Goldin discuss the idea of record label identities while sharing more of this year’s highlights. From “poptimism” to that one commercially acceptable noise rock band of the year, all is discussed together with new music from Tropical Fuck Storm, Irk, Mister Goblin, Miranda Winters, Renata Zeiguer, and Landowner.
Welcome to the first episode of “Post-Trash Live: A Podcast” with your hosts Nick Dooley and Dan Goldin. On our inaugural run we discuss being “a lyric person,” the state of publicity, licensing music for podcasts, the importance of drums vs bass in “noise rock,” and more. Heck, we also played music from Exhalants, Lisa/Liza, Rick Rude, Anna McClellan, and Borzoi.