Discologist

A Milwaukee based podcast/music blog that covers bands from every corner of the music universe. Informative panel discussions about the latest releases plus intimate interviews with our favorite artists that you won't hear anywhere else. We're the original purveyors of #alternativefacts. Also, may be powered by cats.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/discologist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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episode 329: Episode 329: Here Comes 2018


With 2017 behind us, happy days are here again (?), but that doesn't mean we all don't have work to do.

Kevin, Marcus, and Eduardo blast-off into the new year with a sometimes tough, but always honest, discussion about what we're looking forward to in 2018, for fans, musicians, scenes, the music industry, and more, naming names and taking a good look at ourselves in the process.

It's 2018, and we're thrilled you made it. Now, lets head on down to the basement...


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 2018-01-08  2h20m
 
 

episode 330: Episode 330: Abandoned Luncheonette - Daryl Hall and John Oates [Discologist]


Before they were the mega-hit makers of the 80's, Daryl Hall & John Oates were just a couple of doods in love with soul and R&B on a mission to share it with the world. On their 1973 masterpiece Abandoned Luncheonette, their second album for Atlantic records, the duo were coming of off an underperforming debut (Whole Oates) and were desperately searching for their identity.


SPOILER ALERT: They found it. 


Sarah Godfrey and Marcus K...


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 2018-01-11  1h43m
 
 

episode 331: Episode 331: MLK and the Music of Civil Rights


Fifty years after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. died for holding the simple belief that ALL people were equal, regardless of religion, race or creed, racism still plagues the human condition. On our latest episode we’re taking time to honor his legacy, exploring the music that surrounded, shaped, and carries forward, his mission of equality for all, regardless of race or creed.


Special guest Timothy Anne Burnside (NMAAHC) joins Kevin, Eduardo, and Marcus K...


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 2018-01-15  1h48m
 
 

episode 332: Episode 332: Ruins - First Aid Kit


In 2008, Klara and Johanna Söderberg were just two Swedish kids with powerful voices and an undeniable love for American country and folk music. That same year, a video of them performing the Fleet Foxes track " Tiger Mountain Peasant" rocketed them into the spotlight, and they've never really left. On their fourth album Ruins, the duo moves beyond merely celebrating the American folk canon; they take their place as masters of the craft alongside the artists they idolize...


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 2018-01-18  42m
 
 

episode 333: Episode 333: i can feel you creep into my private life - tUnE-yArDs


From the beginning, it was clear that Merril Garbus (tUnE-yArDs) is a force of nature. Over the course of now four albums, she has reshaped the pop landscape into a much more meaningful, and blissfully weirder, place...


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 2018-01-22  46m
 
 

episode 334: Episode 334: Chris Dave and The Drumhedz - Chris Dave and The Drumhedz


Legendary drummer and bandleader Chris Dave has made a career out of playing with the best of the best. Featured on tracks by artists as diverse as D'Angelo, Justin Bieber, Adele, and Dolly Parton, Dave is a musical omnivore of the highest order...


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 2018-01-25  52m
 
 

episode 335: Episode 335: The Sounds of Washington, D.C. - Part 1


Known to most of the world as a political playground, Washington, D.C. is a city where decisions that shape the course of, not just American, but HUMAN history, are made every day. More than that though, D.C. is a city where cultures collide resulting in a creative class that produces some of the most compelling and diverse art in the world. Built on the legacy of jazz and go-go, D.C. is on the cusp of a creative explosion and bringing everything from hip-hop to indie rock into the fold...


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 2018-01-29  1h5m
 
 

episode 336: Episode 336: Wide Open Spaces - Dixie Chicks [Discologist]


Before they were country music's most "controversial" superstars, the Dixie Chicks ruled the charts with their savvy mix of bluegrass, country, and pop. On our latest episode, we're digging into the trios finest hour and the record that jump-started their career, 1998's iconic Wide Open Spaces...


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 2018-02-01  1h10m
 
 

episode 337: Episode 337: Andrew Grossman of The North Country


Washington, DC's The North Country has changed a lot in its seven years of making music. One thing that has remained consistent is front-man Andrew Grossman's commitment to creating electric and innovative pop and folk music pushes artistic boundaries as much as it honors them...


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 2018-02-05  1h21m
 
 

episode 338: Episode 338: Van Halen - Van Halen [Discologist]


In the late 70's on the Sunset Strip an, ahem, eruption of pure rock-and-roll was about to occur, and it was to be led by four dudes by the name of Eddie, Alex, David, and Michael. Van Halen didn't just bring "ass-rock" into the 80's, the guitar wizardry of Edward Van Halen revolutionized the electric guitar in every way, from how it was played, to the gear that was used to keep it dialed up to 11...


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 2018-02-08  2h5m