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Episode 304 - Graig Markel of Recovery Effects / Danelectro Double Neck 3923
Graig Markel and Zera Marvel of Recovery Effects (https://recoveryeffects.com/) have been making some of our favorite effects for a long time. At any moment they can be found on our pedal boards, emitting the precise lushness Recovery has become known for. So when Graig stopped by with two of his latest, the Moonstruck reverb/delay and the Revere overdrive, we knew what we had to do. The Danelectro Double Neck 3923 proved the perfect vehicle for the time, even if it did end up receiving a (rare) triple-deny. Enjoy! Like the show? Follow us at these fine establishments: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/thehighgain) || https://www.patreon.com/thehighgain Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thehighgain/) || @thehighgain Web (https://www.thehighgain.com) || https://www.thehighgain.com
Hyphenate Halftime Jeff Rosenberg
Hear Aaron Farley and Randy Randall contemplate their belly buttons out loud on microphones for everyone to hear. They will talk about "Bruh" , Jeff Rosenberg's creative career from early days in Pink and Brown through Young People, Lavender Diamond and now solo! Aaron and Randy will talk about the importance of community and hanging out with people that are better than you.
The Check-In with Joe Wong
Joe Wong is a LA based musician, film and tv composer, producer, and podcaster. His newest record, Mere Survival, is a lush orchestral psychedelic pop odyssey laden with timeless song structure and stacked with the heaviest of heavy hitting guest musicians (Mary Timony, Nate Mendel, Money Mark, Jim Keltner and Matt Cameron, to name of few). Joe (Wong) shares the motivation behind this realistic, yet despair rich record, and how this stage in his career naturally led to its completion. The Joe’s discuss the absurdity of the all-star cast of contributors and why Joe Wong sees making a record as an innately social experience. The two exchange their gleaned wisdom they’ve absorbed from Buzz Osborne, Joe (Wong) tells us why he’s getting his podcast The Trap Set up and running again and we hear his plans for upcoming performances of Mere Survival. As usual, we hear a few tunes and soak up the vibrations. Joe Wong (https://www.joewong.org/) Mere Survival (Mere%20Survival) Episode supported by Distrokid (https://distrokid.com/) Episode supported by Izotope (https://www.izotope.com/)
Alex Gehring from Ringo Deathstarr - Anti-Heroes Season 5 Episode 2
In this episode of Anti-Heroes Zach talks with longtime friend and fellow Austinite, Alex Gehring. Alex is the bass player for shoegaze heads, Ringo Deathstarr. Zach and Alex share their experiences of joining bands in their youth, the world of wonders and downsides of never-ending tours and how they see touring these days. Alex tells Zach how her stepfather’s influence started her rock n roll journey and why she still plays a bass he gifted her in college. The two commiserate on their Texas upbringing and Alex tell us about her new band, Nuclear Daisies. #alexgehring #bass #ringodeathstar #shoegaze #distrokid #jimdunlop #riseagainst #bassplayer #mxrpedals #nucleardaisies Episode supported by DistroKid, Anti-Heroes listeners get 30% off at distrokid.com/vip/antiheroes Episode sponsored by @jimdunlopusa Episode sponsored by @thunderroadguitars
Hyphenate Jeff Rosenberg Guitarist /Drummer WEEK 4 of Providence Month!!!
Welcome to Week 4 of too many Thursdays in February theme month. Where I interview people who were involved in the Providence, Rhode Island music / art scene in the late 90's early 2000's. This week I sit down with Jeff Rosenberg who was a member of Pink and Brown, along with John Dwyer. As well as the bands Young People and Lavender Diamond. Take a listen as we chat about music, art, guitars and a whole bunch of other stuff. https://www.instagram.com/roseyyy/?hl=en https://www.discogs.com/artist/569503-Jeffrey-Rosenberg https://mrrosenberg.bandcamp.com/
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