On this episode, Ryan and Cash sit down with Mariah Parker (aka Lingua Franca) to chat about her first tour, racking up a Flagpole Award and being a force for change on the local scene.
Ryan sits down for a chat with the band Five Eight to celebrate the release of their new record, Songs for Saint Jude. Topics of conversation include Mike Mantione's Special All Ages Firework Display, we convene the world's first reverse intervention, and the phrase "road skin" makes an unfortunate appearance.
Our guest for this episode is post-punk legend, professor, and music industry veteran, Hugo Burnham (Gang of Four)
Ryan and Cash sat down with the charming Mr. Burnham to talk touring with some of Athens finest, knocking the dust off for a reunion tour, and the pleasures and perils of academia.
On this episode, Ryan and Cash sat down with Hunter Morris of the band Blue Blood to talk about the nature of stories left untold, getting prepared to properly welcome DJ Jazzy Jeff in Philadelphia, and amicably deciding NOT to attend shows with a friend.
Ryan sits down with Dead Confederate frontman T. Hardy Morris at the historic Georgia Theatre to discuss getting shaken down by the Irish mob, spontaneous fistfights in the U.K., and the hypnotic effects of Lady Gaga on the youth of America.
This week, Ryan and Cash catch up with road warriors (and super nice people) Shana Falana and her collaborator, Mike Amari. Topics include, but are not limited to: unscrupulous tactics of European agents, exceeding maximum moisture levels in France, and several tales from the Make Out Room.
This week we loop back around for part 2 of our discussion with The Agenda. Ryan joins drummer Mat Lewis, Kindercore co-founder Dan Geller, and frontman Justin Robinson. Topics of discussion include Mat Lewis getting trapped in the closet, Justin Robinson gives a heckler the business with a folding chair, and a solemn invitation is issued to "hang out in the fog"
This week, Ryan and Cash sit down with the precision device known as Motherfucker. Topics of conversation include getting well known on one of the internet's premier rock forums, the citizens of not-Akron display their vigilance, and the day of humans is over- the day of the ribbon crasher has arrived!!
Things get metaphysical this week as Adam Hebert joins Cash and Ryan in the Kindercore studio. Topics include dispelling the Holy Ghost accidentally, the potential threat of skanking Jesus, and God loves Les Claypool, but not everyone agrees.
This week Ryan and Cash sit down with Christian DeRoeck, fresh off tour with the band Deep State on the Friendship Fever label. Topics include, but are not limited to- gas cap improvisation, a shot of whiskey after a taunting by Frenchmen, and the genesis of, "Hey, that's my daughter you're taking about"!!
Legendary rock photographer Bob Gruen joins Cash this week to tell tales of rock and roll legends on the road. Drinking breakfast with the Allman Brothers, losing his boots to Sid Vicious, getting attacked by the Yakuza with the New York Dolls in Japan.
This week, Kindercore's wildcard Cash Carter has a post Xmas dinner chat with garage rockers Guantanamo Baywatch. Topics of discussion include: Pushing the van across the finish line, handling the ego of Jeremy Piven in Hawaii, and the illusive identity of Jonny Cat.
This week the raucous Lee Bains III + The Glory Fires rolled into the home studio to talk the King of Swing ending a drought at SXSW, the politics of rocking in the South, and the horrible smells of life on the road.
Orlando's the Pauses hit the couch and chat with Ryan and Cash about passing time in the van with isolated vocals, bringing an older man to the point of weeping catharsis, and having an ardent fan feed you your own face.
And we're back! For our Super-Sized Season Two Opener, Cash and Ryan hit the mics with Ryan's former band members from the Agenda. Topics include diving into unsuspecting drum kits, bringing Cornholio 10 years too late to the coolest people on the planet, and lewd ballads sung to famous people. Check back later this season for more from the Agenda!
Join Cash, Bill and Ryan as we wrap up Season One and tell some tour stories of our own. Tales of Bill getting his first bear hug from a man in sweaty lingerie, Cash and the Cadets vs Japanese Manga culture, and Ryan and the great Bill Doss apple prank of 2001. Happy Holidays! We'll be back with new episodes in January!
This week Jay Karbomb swings by the Kindercore studio to chat with Cash and Ryan about medical testing deep in the heart of Texas, the connection between Carbon Monoxide and a healthy sleep schedule, and bandmates who can no longer afford to ignore the stuff leaking out of the loft in the van.
We had it all planned out... We'll record an episode backstage at the 40 Watt... What could possibly go wrong? Enjoy as things get weird. Stories about vans driving up and down stairs and almost off the side of mountains, and tons more.
Carey Means, voice of Aqua Teen Hunger Force's Frylock, joins Ryan in the Kindercore Studio while Cash spends the week on tour. Topics include waiting for Don LaFontaine to die, booze cruising with Moral Orel, and the Mooninite assault on an American city.
Shana Falana and Mike Amari kick back with Cash and Ryan to tell tales of secret identities, the problem with drummers and the return of the abandoned school house from episode 11.