We recap and discuss the DNC, the DNC policy proposals and, of course, Clinton’s speech. Plus: Film contributor Milos Stehlik joins us to discuss a couple of new films hitting the theaters. And for our Weekend Passport segment, global citizen Nari Safavi tells us about a storytelling effort to revitalize Chicago’s South Parks.
New York’s famed Four Seasons restaurant is closing, which has Platty waxing nostalgic, and the Admiral rolling his eyes.
This month’s episode of the Relapse Podcast features new music from RED FANG, TRUE WIDOW, RINGWORM, MYRKUR, HORSEBACK, NOTHING, and THE ALBUM LEAF, as well as songs from recent signees S U R V I V E , INTEGRITY, BRAIN TENTACLES, and SUMERLANDS. We also caught up with Richmond’s INTER ARMA mid-way through their US tour with Withered for an exclusive takeover and interview with vocalist Mike Paparo. And as always, we’ve got the latest scoop on tours, artist news, and upcoming pre-order packages.
The Relapse Podcast is hosted on a different platform each month. The July episode is currently available for free streaming and download via No Clean Singing – hear it now at nocleansinging.com or via the official Relapse Podcast site at relapsepodcast.com. DOWNLOAD, PLUG IN, AND TURN UP!
New Songs: (0:00)
Red Fang – “Flies” (0:00)
True Widow – “Entheogen” (5:32)
Sumerlands – “The Guardian” (11:44)
Survive – “AHB” (15:40)
Brain Tentacles – “Kingda Ka” (19:58)
Ringworm – “Innocent Blood” (23:28)
Integrity – “Deathly Fighter” (25:43)
Myrkur – “Jeg er guden, I er tjenerne” (Live) (29:42)
The Album Leaf – “Between Waves” (34:08)
Horseback – “Lion Killer” (40:00)
Nothing – “Nineteen Ninety Heaven” (Ryan Hemsworth Remix) (45:07)
Inter Arma Takeover: (49:19)
Inter Arma – Primordial Wound (1:02:43)
Inter Arma – An Archer In The Emptiness (1:12:44)
Disembowelment – Your Prophetic Throne Of Ivory (1:20:10)
Human Remains – Chewed Up And Spit Out (1:27:44)
Relapse Classic Tracks: (1:31:30)
Don Caballero – Loudest Shop Vac in the World (1:32:04)
Revocation – The Grip Tightens (1:40:57)
We take a look at how the Democratic Party plans to combat terrorist movements. We discuss the possibilities for peace in Afghanistan in the wake of recent ISIS attacks in Kabul that killed more than 80 people. And for our Global Activism segment, an update from a Mumbai-based research collective analyzing poverty, health, and social equality through the lens of urban youth.
An Ode to the iPod Classic — The Ringer
What the click wheel taught us about listening to music.
July 28, 2016 at 02:58PM
via Digg https://theringer.com/an-ode-to-the-ipod-classic-629e89681c6e#.ad8iu7bhj
Download the single, “Come To The Money (Remix)” out now!
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Young_Dolph_Young_Greatness_DJ_Luke_Nasty_Tony_Nea?id=Bkl5lroem2amr2vue553knu5wli&hl=en
With Matt dispatched to Philadelphia, Sarah and Ezra are left to make sense of the Democratic National Convention. They discuss why it feels so different from the Republican National Convention last week, why it matters that a woman was just nominated for president, and whether Sanders could inspire a Tea Party of the left.