Baron Vaughn is one conscious, brilliant comic. The Funkadelic record remained at home for the interview, but the story about the first time he listened to the album in full was so so special. Begs the question…WTF is Baron listening to today? Check out the full Episode #497 here. Join. The. Movement.
Listen + Subscribe: Episode 480 – Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx – Ron Funches Episode Summary: The world can be a cold, hard place that suffers no fools and shows now mercy to those in suffering. Few artists have ever been able to capture the dark underbelly of America the way that hip-hop giants […]
Dijon: Dijon Duenas, or Dijon, is a new emerging alternative R&B artist from Maryland, USA, who should be getting more listening love. Dijon is currently best known as the former vocalist from the R&B duo Abhi/Dijon. It’s hard to find much information on Dijon, but he’s only just begun to release his solo music at […]
Listen + Subscribe: Episode 481 – D’Angelo Voodoo – Michael Rapaport Episode Summary: Actor, director, and social media instigator Michael Rapaport opens up about his public image, past mistakes and his love for the neo-soul serenading of D’Angelo’s classic 2000 release Voodoo. Perception is reality, or so they say. But for an emotionally complex, […]
In Episode #482, Josh and Tom Everett Scott discuss an album that’s a new listen for the both of them – Steve Earle’s Guitar Town. The two connect with Steve Earle’s small-town beginnings and his music that neither country or rock, at the time, was ready for. In this audiogram, you’ll hear a snippet of […]
Listen: Episode 482 – Steve Earle Guitar Town – Tom Everett Scott Episode Summary: Actor Tom Everett Scott finds parallels to his own life in the small-town roots and overnight success of Steve Earle’s 1986 debut album Guitar Town. Every so often an artist comes along whose talent, brilliance and charm grab the public’s […]