On the latest episode of the never nervous podcast we start at the very beginning with Mike Thompson. What made him get into movies? How did he get started? Who are his biggest influences? And where would we all be without Blockbuster? This hilarious episode was recorded on location at RecBar in J-Town. Listen at your own discretion!
The 39th episode of the Never Nervous Podcast features an interview with hardcore punk heroes By the Grace of God! Listen to our conversation with Rob, Tree and Thommy where we talk about their upcoming EP, how hardcore has evolved over the years, and a few tour stories!
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The 38th episode of the Never Nervous Podcast features a conversation with Wax Fang frontman Scott Carney. Topics of conversation include his band’s killer new record Victory Laps, how they ended up on American Dad, and the absolute worst show experience EVER.
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The 37th episode of the Never Nervous Podcast features a conversation between Phil and Jake as they pick out a few of their favorite songs from the first four months of 2017. Each of us chose two songs from Louisville, and one song NOT from Louisville. Listen as the two of us drink beer and get excited about a few choice cuts.
DISCLAIMER: No, these aren't the only songs we like from 2017, just a few that we felt like talking about. It's fun talking about stuff we like. Is there a song you think we should have talked about? Tell us about it in the comments!
The 36th episode of The Never Nervous Podcast features a fun interview with Howell Dawdy who just released a fantastic new album called I'm Done. Throughout our conversation we discuss his latest music, the best and worst about performing live, iguanas and much much more. To make things funner, our good friend Chubbs guest hosted, so that's cool.
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On the 35th episode of The Never Nervous Podcast, we tried really hard to hold back our excitement as we sat down with Shutaro Noguchi and Shane Wesley of Anwar Sadat. This is one of our more serious episodes as we eventually discuss the multiple layers of anxiety that most of us in the studio deal with regularly. That's only after talking about the recording of Ersats Living Halloween III, and the first transgender video game character in Mario 2: Birdo.
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SPONSOR: This episode of The Never Nervous Podcast is sponsored by Cumberland Brewery. For more information on this most excellent local brewpub, visit their Facebook page.
On the 33rd episode of The Never Nervous Podcast we brought in one of our favorite bands: BRENDA! And not just Brenda Mahler, but also bandmates Matt Horne and Shelley Anderson. Having one of our favorites in the NN headquarters was one thing, but holy shit was it fun!
Listen as Jake, Thommy, and Phil talk to the crew from Brenda about everything from classic guitars to the flyer in the bathroom of Cumberland Brews. We might even discuss Karaoke, Chili Dogs, and Frogs with Malaria! It's a non-stop laugh fest that you're guaranteed to enjoy.
Last Thursday, February 23rd, Jake travelled with Quiet Hollers to Chicago. The show at Chicago's Elbo Room also featured Louisvilles own Frederick The Younger. Armed with a brand new handheld recorder (that he wasn't sure how to operate), Jake had the chance to sit down with FTY for a few minutes before the gig. They discussed their new album, their next album, and their newest video for the track "Horoscope."
This episode is also extra special because it is the first to be released on the brand spanking new "Never Nervous Podcast Network!" We've combined our podcast along with 4 of the best podcasts that Louisville has to offer. Those podcasts are Parade of Horribles, House By The Video Store, Actual Conversations, and Sean Vs. Wild. Be sure to check out all of the podcasts under the new network and give us all 5 star reviews on iTunes!
On the 32nd episode of The Never Nervous Podcast, we were joined once again by hip hop trio Shadowpact. The main purpose of their visit was to talk about their new EP "Respawn".
Listen on as Jake, Thommy and I talk to Sleye Cooper, Modern Marvill and Artemis about their new tunes, and whether or not hip hop groups should utilize live bands at shows.
This episode of The Never Nervous Podcast is sponsored by Cumberland Brewery. For more information on this most excellent local brewpub, visit their Facebook page.
Well folks, 2016 is at last about to be flushed down the toilet, once and for all. And good fuckin' riddance, am I right? I'm not going to delve into the many instances that universally made this year a greasy turd, but you understand why folks have been consistently bummed, right? Sure you do.
Having said that, while this year has had its share of relentless bummers, boy has it had a fucking fantastic soundtrack. Seriously, there have been so many amazing records released this year that I've had the hardest time keeping up with the new noise from week to week. My wallet has certainly suffered through these trying times as I couldn't help myself from denying myself from food and toiletries to allow myself to purchase more records. And it was totally worth it.
Like we did last year, we thought it'd be fun to chronicle a few of our favorite songs from 2016 in a podcast, this time featuring myself (Phil) and Jake alongside guest host Joann Jene from Joann + The Dakota. We each chose three of our top songs from the year that was (2 Louisville, 1 Not Louisville); we listen to them, then talk about why they're awesome. That's it, no big deal. Think of these songs as suggestions for your next badass playlist you create. Or maybe you just want to hear us drunkenly ramble about how much we love a few tunes. Whatever.
EDITOR'S NOTE: We were heavily drinking through this episode, so bear with us. Or better yet, have a beer yourself and celebrate this music with us. Yeah, that's the ticket!