On the eve of his 200th episode, Nate Goyer of the Vinyl Guide is on the podcast to talk about producing his own wonderful podcast and, of course, records records records!
Nick drops by to review 2019. Talk revolves around Nashville Pussy, Black Moon, Volbeat, Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet, New Year’s resolutions and Nick’s deep dive into retro video games.
Sebastian Thomson, drummer for Baroness, jumps on the podcast to talk about hooking up with Baroness, Trans Am, the Washington D.C. scene, Weird War, Publicist, studying for his Phd in physics and getting nominated for a Grammy.
Jason McMaster is on the podcast for a third time and joins the Black Coffee Brigade. Talk revolves around the new Howling Sycamore album – Seven Pathways To Annihilation.
Danko talks to Ika Johannesson & Jon Jefferson Klingberg, authors behind the fantastic Feral House book – Blood Fire Death, The Swedish Metal Story. Talk revolves around the process of writing the book and the wonderful world of Swedish metal.
Daniel Dekay returns to the podcast to debate another Kiss album with Danko. This time, Love Gun by Kiss is up for debate. Danko loves it, Daniel not so much. #TeamPaul #TeamAce
Rock legend, Todd Kerns joins Danko to talk about his band Toque and their new album – Never Enough. Talk also includes The Osmonds, Kiss & The Kiss Kruise, Paul Stanley, Larry Gowan and the long list of classic Canadian rock bands like Queen City Kids, Harlequin and The Headpins.
Ayal Senior, experimental musician/ cultural expert, joins Danko and Nick on the podcast to talk about his new album – Sacred Lamp. Talk also covers Matthew “Doc” Dunn, J. Mascis, Robert Pollard, Jennifer Herrema, David Berman, John Fahey, The Frogs, Instagram and, of course, Nick’s famous impressions.