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NAVASA is a Psytronica duo featuring Tammy Sue Everett and Gregory T. Biribauer, formed in 2014. Tammy grew up in the heart of Pennsylvania and Greg is originally from Toronto, Canada. The pair met in Denver, CO, but are now based out of the Delmarva Peninsula on the US Eastern Shore. “We attempt to make music that can let a listener travel without moving,” says Everett. Both members contribute to the creative process, with Tammy handling vocals, drums, percussion and keyboards while Greg fo ...
 
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In this podcast: 1. Rocket City Riot, 2. Rocket City Riot, 3. Rebel Rebel, 4. The Dirty Love, 5. Liquid Rainbow, 6. Magnatune Compilation, 7. Rocket City Riot, 8. The Strap Ons, 9. Magnatune Compilation, 10. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 11. Nova Express, 12. Rocket City Riot, 13. Delko, 14. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 15. SHE SAID SAVE ME, 16. Louis L…
 
In this podcast: 1. Idlemine, 2. Caustic Casanova, 3. Ghost of Maine, 4. chILL, 5. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 6. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 7. Skitzo, 8. Skitzo, 9. Utopia Banished, 10. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 11. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 12. The Dirty Love, 13. Numa, 14. Skitzo, 15. Ceremony of Darkness…
 
In this podcast: 1. The Suicide Denial, 2. Rocket City Riot, 3. Rocket City Riot, 4. Seismic Anamoly, 5. Marker Beacon, 6. Marker Beacon, 7. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 8. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 9. Seismic Anamoly, 10. Sweet Teen Killing Machine, 11. Idlemine, 12. Sweet Teen Killing Machine, 13. Opened Paradise, 14. White Rhino, 15. Immune, 16. …
 
In this podcast: 1. Spinecar, 2. Deep Winter, 3. Conway Hambone, 4. Jackalopes, 5. Rocket City Riot, 6. Rocket City Riot, 7. Rocket City Riot, 8. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 9. Rocket City Riot, 10. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks, 11. Electric Frankenstein, 12. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 13. Deep Winter, 14. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 15. Deep Winter, 1…
 
In this podcast: 1. Trevor and the Joneses, 2. Delko, 3. Rocket City Riot, 4. Midway Still, 5. Trevor and the Joneses, 6. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 7. Delko, 8. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 9. Rocket City Riot, 10. Jackalopes, 11. Rocket City Riot, 12. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 13. Electric Frankenstein, 14. Spinecar, 15. Rocket City Riot, 16. Elec…
 
For local music fans, Jess Lamb and the Factory are a staple of Cincinnati music. Others may remember Lamb from Season 14 of American Idol. This Thanksgiving, the band will help celebrate with music. The group teamed up with Arnold’s Bar and Grill, Neltner Small Batch, Otto Printing and Mus-i-col Records to offer hand-crafted limited edition 7-inch…
 
In this podcast: 1. The Strap Ons, 2. Electric Frankenstein, 3. Rebel Rebel, 4. Horstreich, 5. The Strap Ons, 6. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 7. Weartists, 8. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks, 9. Torn Down Units, 10. The Strap Ons, 11. Spinecar, 12. Hunter and the Dirty Jacks, 13. Rocket City Riot, 14. Deep Winter, 15. Rocket City Riot, 16. Rocket City Rio…
 
In this podcast: 1. Electric Frankenstein, 2. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 3. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 4. Rebel Rebel, 5. Rocket City Riot, 6. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 7. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 8. Louis Lingg and the Bombs, 9. Midway Still, 10. Rocket City Riot, 11. Delko, 12. Magnatune Compilation, 13. The Strap Ons, 14. SHE SAID SAVE ME, 15…
 
Adele’s “30” has arguably been THE most anticipated pop album of the past 5 years - making the release of this record the type of global blockbuster event that the music industry rarely sees nowadays. So does the singer’s latest collection of melancholic songs about heartache and hope live up to her universal acclaim, or does album No. 4 leave much…
 
In this podcast: 1. Marker Beacon, 2. The Suicide Denial, 3. Marker Beacon, 4. Rocket City Riot, 5. Rocket City Riot, 6. Opened Paradise, 7. Skitzo, 8. chILL, 9. Ceremony of Darkness, 10. Sweet Teen Killing Machine, 11. Rocket City Riot, 12. Ceremony of Darkness, 13. Destroy The Colossus, 14. Destroy The Colossus, 15. Ceremony of Darkness, 16. Mark…
 
In this podcast: 1. Horstreich, 2. Rocket City Riot, 3. Electric Frankenstein, 4. Horstreich, 5. Electric Frankenstein, 6. Rocket City Riot, 7. Trevor and the Joneses, 8. Jackalopes, 9. Electric Frankenstein, 10. Horstreich, 11. Horstreich, 12. Opened Paradise, 13. Rebel Rebel, 14. Rocket City Riot, 15. Horstreich, 16. Deep Winter…
 
Lemmy Kilmister and Motorhead truly encompassed what it meant to be rock n’ roll outcasts - capturing rock’s grittiness and excess better than anyone else. But if you had to choose the band’s three best songs (that are NOT named “Ace of Spades”), which would you choose? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have…
 
As polarizing as pop punk can be, there’s something about the subgenre’s blend of simplistic raw angst and massive earworm melodies that makes it as relevant as ever. But which three albums would we declare as pop punk’s best? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have to Pick 3 … ,” a podcast where we have to p…
 
Limp Bizkit are undeniably one of the most polarizing bands in music (not just rock and metal). But does their surprise-released album “Still Sucks” prove Fred Durst and gang are worthy of the heightened attention they regained in 2021? Or does their first full-length in ten years live up to its crass title? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epi…
 
Mastodon are easily one of the most acclaimed metal and hard rock bands of the past two decades. But how did a global pandemic and the death of their longtime friend and manager Nick John impact the Grammy winning quartet’s ninth full-length and first double album? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review…
 
Some logos are instantly identifiable to the artist or band they’re symbolizing. And sometimes a logo can be more recognizable than the band’s music itself. So which three logos in music would we declare as the most iconic? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have to Pick 3 … ,” a podcast where we have to pick…
 
Trivium has proved they’ve made the most of their downtime during a global pandemic - producing “In the Court of the Dragon” barely a year after releasing their last album. But does album #10 continue the Grammy nominated act’s ascension into heavy metal dominance? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review…
 
There are certain songs that were solely created to set the perfect tone for enjoying your favorite beverages. So what are the three best drinking songs of all time? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have to Pick 3 … ,” a podcast where we have to pick our top three choices on any given music-related topic. A…
 
Wonky Tonk and The Highlife are an alternative/Americana band from Covington, Kentucky. Fronted by singer/songwriter Jasmine "Wonky Tonk" Poole, the group joined WCPO Lounge Acts on the patio at Northside Yacht Club to perform songs from their 2020 album Lessons & Lovers. Find out more at https://www.wonkytonkmusic.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
The impact of grunge has (frankly) been discussed at nauseum by hundreds of journalists, musicians and fans alike. But which three albums (NOT named “Nevermind” or “Ten”) of the alt rock genre and subculture would you declare as the best? Find out our choices in this episode of Epic Footnote Productions’ “If You Have to Pick 3 … ,” a podcast where …
 
Fact - Iron Maiden are one of the most influential metal bands of all time. But do the English metal icons live up to their historic legacy with “Senjutsu” (their 17th studio album, and first in six yearsl)? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition…
 
Chvrches are highly regarded for combining their indie roots with big pop melodies. But the pandemic presented the Scottish synth-pop trio with some tricky challenges when the time came to record “Screen Violence.” How well did the group overcome those hurdles, and were they able to maintain their kinetic sound with album number four? Find out what…
 
2007’s “Colors” helped elevate Between The Buried And Me into one of the most acclaimed and ambitious progressive metal bands of the past two decades. But does the North Carolinian quintet live up to their reputation with that album’s sequel, “Colors II”? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podca…
 
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