Podcast #132, “Jordan Smith of Diarrhea Planet”

diarrhea planet Apologies for the break. Life once again got in the way of the podcast, but this new episode is a fantastic guest DJ set from Jordan Smith of Diarrhea Planet. We interviewed him for the Runout, where we did a kind of oral history of the Nashville sextet. You'll be able to read that later this week at The Runout, but in the meantime, let's go take a listen to what Jordan has to play for us. Podcast #132, "Jordan Smith of Diarrhea Planet" Bob Seger, "Old Time Rock 'n' Roll" (Stranger In Town) Smashing Pumpkins, "Cherub Rock" (Siamese Dream) --- Nirvana, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Nevermind --- Jimi Hendrix, "Manic Depression" (Are You Experienced?) Twin Peaks, "Flavor" (Wild Onion) Taylor Swift, "You Are In Love" (1989) --- The Who, "Baba O'Reilly" (Who's Next) The Darkness, "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" (Permission to Land) Diarrhea Planet, "Hammer of the Gods" (I'm Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams) --- Roy Orbison, "She's a Mystery to Me" (Mystery Girl) David Ball, "Thinkin' Problem" (Thinkin' Problem) Wipers, "Mystery" (Is This Real?) Diarrhea Planet is currently on tour, and you can find their tour dates at the band's website.

Podcast #127, “Tony Foresta of Municipal Waste/Iron Reagan”

tony foresta iron reagan This episode once again features a special guest DJ, and strangely, this one also features a Tony. In this case, however, it's Tony Foresta, frontman for the thrash-metal punks Municipal Waste, as well as hardcore revivalists Iron Reagan. I did an interview with him for the Runout which will run later this week, but while I had Foresta on the line, I asked him about a few of his favorite songs. It's a pretty cool mix. Iron Reagan is currently on-tour with Napalm Death, Voivod, Black Crown Initiate, and Exhumed. Those dates run through February 28, and you can find more information at Iron Reagan's Facebook page. Podcast #127, "Tony Foresta of Municipal Waste/Iron Reagan" Beastie Boys, "Paul Revere" (License to Ill) Wu-Tang Clan, "Protect Ya Neck" (Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)) -- Minor Threat, "Betray" (Out of Step) S.O.D., "Chromatic Death" (Speak English or Die) Jesus Lizard, "Nub" (Goat) --- Quicksand, "Head to Wall" (Slip) --- Rival Mob, "It Must Be Nice" (Mob Justice) Night Birds, "Neon Gray" (The Other Side of Darkness) Torche, "Keep Up" (Volcom Entertainment Vinyl Club) --- SS Decontrol, "Glue" (Get It Away)