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The Indy In-Tune Podcast





Published: Sun, 14 Aug 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Last Build Date: Mon, 05 Dec 2016 16:56:24 +0000

Copyright: Darrin Snider
 



Indy In-Tune #237: Josh Kaufman

Sun, 14 Aug 2016 23:00:00 +0000

I've always said that it is both my greatest hope and greatest fear that SOMEBODY I know in the local music scene would get "the big break" and leave town for bigger and better things.  Well, it took ten years, but Josh Kaufman pretty much did that in spades.  I have to say though, all things considered, having him on the show felt a whole like like any other show.  Maybe this is just the way celebrity works, or maybe it's just a reflection of who Josh is, but for the most part this interview felt like every other interview we've done, albeit with several more interesting areas of conversation to cover. Josh, obviously known to most people in this country as "that guy who won that TV contest thing" was, and is, a treasure of our local music scene.  Over the years I've seen him play to two people at Castleton Grill as part of their Sunday night series. I've seen him play Battle of Birdy's with The New Etiquette to a crowd of people who mostly stood slack-jawed mumbling, "Who is this guy? Why have we never heard of him before?" And, of course I've seen him on national TV singing at the Indy 500 for a few million people. Funny enough, his energy and effort is the same in all three cases, and I really don't think he notices the difference.  After hearing this interview, I think you'll agree with me. Links Referenced in the Show: Josh Kaufman can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter His new EP, Josh Kaufman, can be purchased from his web site. He is the 2014 winner of The Voice, which required him to cancel his appearance at the Indy In-Tune Soul/Funk Showcase at the last minute, and subsequently forced me to blacklist from playing Fishers, Indiana.  I, of course, have lifted that ban now that we're good again. What many people don't know, and what Josh is desperately trying to bury, is that he previously appeared on Ed McMahon's Star Search back in the 1990's. He was also briefly on Broadway in the revival of Pippin. His next few projects will be done through the Patreon service. Need more Josh?  You can catch him on September 24th at the Hi-Fi.   Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name    (image)


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Indy In-Tune #236: Brandon Meeks

Sun, 07 Aug 2016 23:00:00 +0000

The power of the Crystal Hockey Puck has really allowed us to up our guest power factor this week.  Joining us in Studio B for the first time (not for lack of trying, mind you) is Brandon Meeks.  Whether he is fronting his own jazz quartet, appearing as part of local instrumental supergroup, Native Son, or appearing as part of any number of great jazz and/or soul outfits around Indianapolis or the Midwest, Brandon is well-respected and much appreciated as one of our premier bass players and a true local music treasure.  On the other side, as we learned in this interview, Brandon is a true multi-instrumentalist who also has a respected career as a producer in multiple genres including pop, hip hop, and incidental music licensed for documentaries and TV specials.  Brandon was gracious enough during this interview to share a wide range of different projects and styles that he is currently involved in.  In all he states he has over 100 songs in "the vault" that will be making their way to future projects, so with luck, he'll continue to be an integral part of our music scene for years to come. Links Referenced in the Show: Brandon Meeks can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter His latest jazz release can be found on his Bandcamp page. Sign up for his excellent mailing list here. He can regularly be seen playing Monday nights at the Chatterbox with Rob Dixon (Show #203). He is most-famously known as a member of the supergroup Native Son.  You can watch their small studio session on WFYI here. Our fourth track features hip hop emcee/DJ Mr. Kinetic. Most recently, Brandon will be playing Ron Carter in the Miles Davis biopic, Miles Ahead.   Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name      (image)


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Indy In-Tune #235: Eric Salazar

Sun, 31 Jul 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #234: Jesse lacy

Sun, 24 Jul 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #233: Brad Klenschmidt

Sun, 17 Jul 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #232: Charlie Ballantine

Sun, 10 Jul 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name      (image)


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Indy In-Tune #231: Ferris

Sun, 03 Jul 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #230: Cole Woodruff

Sun, 26 Jun 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #229: Brother O' Brother Returns

Sun, 19 Jun 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name                (image)


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Indy In-Tune #228: Bomb Cats

Sun, 12 Jun 2016 23:00:00 +0000

< Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name              (image)


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Indy In-Tune #227: TimeSlip

Sun, 05 Jun 2016 23:00:00 +0000

< Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name            (image)


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Indy In-Tune #226: Moxxie

Sun, 29 May 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name          (image)


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Indy In-Tune #225: Dime Store Hustlers

Sun, 22 May 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name        (image)


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Indy In-Tune #224: Steve Boller

Sun, 15 May 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #223: Katie Pederson

Sun, 08 May 2016 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #222: The Dead Squirrels Forever

Sun, 01 May 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name    (image)


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Indy In-Tune #221: Bullet Points

Mon, 25 Apr 2016 23:00:00 +0000

I don't think I've been this surprised or excited by a release in quite a while.  Honestly, I was out of the loop.  Had no idea this was coming, or I would have warned you guys ahead of time.  Frankly, it was last Friday morning when I saw bassist David Barajas' post on MFT that had a new band with a new release out that morning.  Once I saw the lineup -- Barajas (Extra Blue Kind, State, Stealing Volume), P. David Hazel (Extra Blue Kind, Beta male), TJ Briggs (Beta Male), and Matt Beaumont (Coolidge) -- it was a no-brainer.  I purchased and was listening to it five minutes later.  Within two hours, I had already secured the band for a podcast the next day. Now, a mere three days after it's release, I bring you, gentle snowflakes, fresh new music from a fresh new band.  What does it sound like?  Pretty much EXACTLY like you would expect, assuming you are familiar with the repertoire of those four veterans.  (Which you should be if you pay attention to anything I've been saying over the years.)  I was not disappointed, hopefully you will not be either. Your mission: Like Bullet Points on Facebook. Pick up their debut EP, Business Card, on Bandcamp. Catch their debut performance at the Mel on April 30. PS - Yes, I know I say Show 222 in the episode.  The two were swapped in release order so that we could promote the April 30 show.  (image)


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Indy In-Tune #220: Our 10th Anniversary Party and Roast Of Darrin Snider

Tue, 12 Apr 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Did you ever get hypnotized by a sitcker-bomb on the walls of a disgusting bathroom and suddenly have a clear and concise plan for how you wanted to spend all of your free time for the foreseeable future? I did ... once ... though I honestly didn't think it would go ten years. Happy birthday to the little side project that has given me so much joy, frustration, insanity, and clarity over the years ...who always by my side when I needed it ... and who introduced me to pretty much every one of my best friends. To commemorate the milestone, we celebrated at Birdy's Live ... (Indy In-Tune 10 Year Anniversary And The Roast Of Darrin Snider) with performances by Chris Burch, Jeff DeHerdt Group, The Upright Willies, and Whoa!Tiger.  In the middle of the night, a roast of Darrin Snider was held, featuring appearances from RFI/DoIt Indy's MP Cavalier, Moss Steiger's Rooftop Antics host Diesel Reeves, and local musicians Kolo Bell, Jared Hiner, Jeff Byrd, and Jamie Jackson.  All of thus under the watchful guise of our master of ceremonies, Pres Maxson Thank you most of all to the 300+ artists and what is easily over 1000 people who have graced my podcasts, live broadcasts, radiothons, acoustic showcases, and podconcerts over the last decade. In my mind at least, it's really more about you guys right now. Without this great local music scene and fantastic bunch of personalities who joined in, I'd be just one lonely little freak talking to himself into a microphone.  (image)


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Indy In-Tune #219: The Long Arm

Sun, 13 Mar 2016 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name    (image)


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Indy In-Tune #218: McHalo

Sat, 06 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #217: Travis Frank

Thu, 05 Nov 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #216: Matthew Corken and Friends

Mon, 14 Sep 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #215: Toni Marshall

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 16:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #213: Sandy Lomax

Sat, 15 Aug 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name    (image)


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Indy In-Tune #212: Fan the Flame

Sat, 08 Aug 2015 23:00:00 +0000

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin ultrices diam auctor urna venenatis gravida. Aenean ullamcorper consequat libero suscipit condimentum. Donec fringilla leo turpis, in congue diam molestie ac. Aliquam id tempus nulla. Etiam non enim iaculis, vulputate ante at, aliquet ex. Sed ligula ante, consequat sit amet commodo ac, pretium vel libero. Integer a est turpis. Vestibulum eleifend magna eu dolor vulputate pharetra. Pellentesque placerat eros ac quam blandit accumsan. Vivamus id eros purus. Praesent mollis, diam ut pellentesque eleifend, sapien tortor venenatis velit, vel ultricies eros orci quis ante. Nulla scelerisque justo enim, vitae vehicula nisl dapibus eu. Nullam in nisi turpis. Cras congue, purus nec rhoncus congue, augue arcu mattis augue, non vestibulum eros elit non tortor. Sed commodo metus id blandit mollis. Curabitur convallis, sapien vel viverra semper, tortor ligula mollis enim, vitae convallis diam dolor vel justo. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Nulla efficitur ligula nec euismod tincidunt. Sed sit amet velit dolor. Morbi eu ante suscipit, sodales urna eu, tincidunt augue. Curabitur sed condimentum nunc. Nulla magna tortor, dictum ac purus sit amet, iaculis condimentum erat. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Vivamus id auctor lacus. Nulla pulvinar eros eu justo fermentum, ac mattis odio elementum. Links Referenced in the Show: Indy In-Tune can be found here: Web site  | Facebook  | Twitter       Subscribe Join our mailing list and automatically receive weekly updates containing a summary of the weekly music calendar, blog posts, reviews, show notes and links to new shows. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name    (image)


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Indy In-Tune #209: Brett Wiscons Forever

Sat, 18 Jul 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #204: Pres Maxson Forever

Sat, 13 Jun 2015 16:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #203: Rob Dixon

Sat, 06 Jun 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #202: Stampede String Band

Fri, 29 May 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #201: God Am

Fri, 22 May 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #199: John Fell

Fri, 08 May 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #198: Kyra Waltz

Fri, 01 May 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #197: Yarz Revenge

Tue, 28 Apr 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #196: Dressed in Red

Tue, 21 Apr 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #195: SK's the Name

Tue, 14 Apr 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #194: Jeff Kelly

Tue, 07 Apr 2015 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #193: Ray Wyatt

Mon, 30 Mar 2015 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #192: DeVault

Thu, 26 Mar 2015 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #191: Soul Purpose

Sat, 21 Mar 2015 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #190: Good Guy Bad Guy

Wed, 18 Mar 2015 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #189: Queen Delphine and the Crown Jewels

Sat, 14 Mar 2015 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #188: Dos Ringos

Tue, 10 Mar 2015 21:00:00 +0000

Ask anyone in the know, and you'll probably, eventually come across the three great mysteries of the local music scene:  a) Why are there no live, original-friendly music venues north of 71st St? b) Why do almost all cover bands have a blonde lead singer than butchers the "Called him my lover" section of Bobby McGee every night? and c) Why, considering country cover bands and country radio stations make a killing compared to their classic rock counterparts, is there hardly any original Country music being written in this town?  Oh sure, this sparks a great debate about "what is country," and is it Taylor Swift, but it still comes back to that one point:  we've got a gap in our local music production, folks. Enter Dos Ringos, a couple of proverbial "good ol' boys" who not only dress the part, but probably have a much deeper understanding on the genre than the average Luke Bryan or Blake Shelton cover band.  These are the guys carrying on the tradition of Waylon and Willie (and the boys), playing the type of country music that actually conveyed something other than mentioning the word truck and being proud of your lack of an education and backwards beliefs in a brutally unpoetic manner.  Sure the Ringos sing about hot rods, whiskey, and women, but beyond that they also sing about feelings and experiences, which elevates their music more than a few notches above "red solo cups" and "kiss my country ass."  Even if you think you're not a fan of their style of music, you owe it to yourself to give it a chance.  This isn't the same old stuff, this IS your father's country music. Links Referenced in the Show: (Coming soon.)(image)


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Indy In-Tune #187: Jon Knight

Fri, 06 Mar 2015 22:00:00 +0000

The local music scene is one of those ever-evolving things, I suppose.  Let's face it, I was pretty upset when I found out Jon Knight (this week's guest) was leaving Whoa!Tiger.  Of course, I was also upset when Mad Noonan left Del Zell, Yev Baburin left Tonos Triad, and Matt Hesser left Indianapolis.  Okay, I accept that I can't keep things the way they are, and it's probably not the healthiest thing for the local music scene if I did.  Noonan and Yev have gone on to create some really cool music, free of the constraints of the band environment.  And Hesser? Well, he's probably getting a much better tan than he would have gotten up here ... mostly owing to the fact that the giant hole in the ozone layer is located directly over his Florida home.Oh yeah, but I was talking about Jon Knight.  Certainly Jon left his influence on Whoa!Tiger during his tenure.  One need only listen to their music both with and without him to pick out what were most-likely his contributions to that band's overall sound.  Or can you?  Certainly the material he has been producing since his departure bears about as much resemblance to Whoa!Tiger music as ... er ... ummm ... as something that doesn't resemble Whoa!Tiger music at all ... (he also does a much better Dennis Miller pastiche than me).   The point being, sometimes baby bird has to get out of the nest and spread his wings and maybe try out a few of those influences -- take the kinds of risks that you can't take when you've got band mates relying on you to stay a certain course and not make too many waves.  It's not a bad thing really, and in Jon's case, it's yielded some interesting results that really haven't been heard around this scene before.  Personally, I'm looking forward to seeing where it all leads. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming Soon.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #186: Tad Robinson

Tue, 03 Mar 2015 22:00:00 +0000

We're coming up on the ninth anniversary of Indy In-Tune.  I will admit, when I started this project, I probably didn't know a fourth of what I thought I knew about the local music scene.  Over the years, I think I've picked up a bit of knowledge, seen a few bands, and made friends with a few people.  Of course then I get in a conversation with someone like Jeff Sample or Dave Brown and I feel like I'm right back there where I started.  Granted I live to hear new music and meet new musicians for the very first time, but glancing at the upcoming schedule -- much of it courtesy of Ms. Leslie Lynnton-Fuller and her deep connections in the Jazz, Blues, and Soul scene here in town -- and I'm once again awe-struck at just how much music is out there that I haven't even scratched the surface of after all these years.This week, for example, we meet Mr. Tad Robinson. Now, of course we've all heard the name and the music, but wow, now he's actually ... like ... here ... in Studio B!  Tad is a New Yorker by birth, but we give him a pass because he's a graduate of the IU school of music.  Over a career that spans four decades now, he's lent his talents to the likes of such regional and national acts as the Hesitation Blues Band, Big Shoulders, Dave Specter and the Bluebirds, and others.  Beyond that, his solo career, has earned him a string of soul and blues-related awards including multiple Album of the Year and Artist of the Year nods ... and still he finds time to hang out in Studio B, talk shop, and play lightning round with the likes of us.  Trust me, you owe it to yourself to listen to this music and hear the stories from the man himself. Links Referenced in the Show: (Coming Soon)(image)


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Indy In-Tune #185: Code Monkey

Sat, 21 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

Who doesn't like a good in-joke now and again?  Certainly I'm guilty of it, possibly to an extent that it's make Indy In-Tune a bit more exclusive than it has any right to be.  On the other hand, it creates a heightened level of comradery between those who are "in" (or want to be "in") on the joke.  ("Seriously, why are you guys all wearing matching track suits?")  It's not like our humor and references are so esoteric you need a wiki in order to explain them (a la Frank Zappa), I'm just saying that if you miss a Saturday or one of our live events, you're probably going to have some catching up to do.  Or, you could just roll your eyes and listen to the music like so many people who have come and gone from my life over the past nine years.  It seems to me that as long as you have great music to fall back on, you've got a little leeway to be just a bit cerebral and self-indulgent.  This is Internet radio, after all, not Bob and Tom.This week's guest, code(monkey); is a brilliant example of this mastery of both the properly-used in-joke and of making people who write blog posts grab their style guides to figure out whether the closing parenthetical comma is necessary if the name of the band contains parenthesis and has a semi-colon at the end. (The jury seems to be out, by the way, especially if it's used in a run-on sentence.)  Whether or not you get all of their marketing material or the humor on their web page (which is really what cemented my love for these guys -- well that and they named themselves after my third favorite Jonathan Coulton song), you really can't argue with good music, and the fact is that they are talented singer/songwriters who have developed a refreshingly unique (if somewhat off-kilter) sound that blends the lyrical depth of folk, the accessibility of rock, and the disenfranchised, emotional punch of metal.  While you might be tempted to assume, without listening, that the music is of the same cerebral humor as the image, give this episode a listen, I think you'll agree these guys are pretty serious about their craft. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming soon.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #184: The Free Beer Express

Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

I've been a devoted follower of podcasts for over a decade now, and I will say my tastes have changed considerably.  Originally I listened to a blend of podcasts, mostly tech and scifi related, but later expanding into personal casts and storyteller casts.  Towards the end, I began delving into the freeform/comedy shows before that fateful day when I discovered the TuneIn app, at which point I dropped almost all podcasts not run by personal friends of mine and spent all of my waking hours surfing radio stations around the world.  Why download a show made weeks ago when there are still plenty of live voices on other parts of the planet who would be happy to get a tweet from you and exchange pleasantries or ideas in the middle of their show?  Thus, the push to move my own content from podcasting to a live environment was also born here at Indy In-Tune.  Still, I sort of always harbored a desire to be on a freeform comedy cast like Free Beer Express. This week's show featuring the cast of that popular local podcast, marks my third attempt at doing a show/interview with another podcast crew.  These are nice little diversions, and I do for the most part enjoy them, but honestly I feel like I get my lunch eaten by them every time when it comes to quick-witted thinking and snappy comebacks.  FBE was one of the first shows to come out in what I consider to be the "Renaissance" of local podcasts, which now includes dozens of fine new shows that have cropped up over the past two years, along with a fledgling "Podcaster Group" that hopefully will se a lot more success that the old Indy Podcaster's Guild did. Sadly, while the state of local podcasting would have been a really cool thing to talk about during this show, we pretty much devolved into a discussion of beer and podcaster war stories, which is sort of what we do in real life as well.  Hopefully you'll enjoy those too.   Links Referenced in the Show: Coming soon.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #183: Chris Burch

Sun, 15 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

Singer/songwriters (or "singwriters" as I have accendially coined them) come in a lot of flavors.  There are lyrical poets, guitar stylists, the funky ones, the folky ones, the jazzy ones. While there are plenty of advantages to the "one voice/one instrument" approach, well, let's just say it's "confession time."  I think the trap that a lot of these artists fall into is (whether you're a random guy at an open mic, or a master songsmith like Bruce Springsteen) the same voice and the same instrument sound really cuts into my attention span after 20 or 30 minutes.  I can name ten Rock bands that have made successful careers writing the same song over and over, and because they get to move around and interact with the crowd on stage, it works for them.   Singer/songwriters are generally nailed to one spot on the floor (or if they really want to suck the life out of their performance, a chair -- sorry, pet peve).  I'm not saying THE MUSIC is boring, because I do listen to and love a lot of singer/songwriter music.  I'm just saying, for me, it rarely translates to a live show.  As crazy as it looks at times, that jumping around and guitar posing bands do actually does add a lot to a live show.  Regardless, I listen to a lot of singer/songwriters, and, yes, I have my favorites.  chris Burch is one of them.  The thing about Chris' music for me is the amount of energy (perceived or otherwise) that's bottled up under his songs, even if it's never really released.  Chris, plays with such an intensity that I always feel like he's barely holding the lid down on a big ol' metaphorical box of rock and roll that's about to explode.  I don't get that impression with a lot of players, and the resulting tension is delightful.  I've got tons of great Chris Burch stories -- in fact, I'd venutre to say anybody who knows Chris Burch has at least a couple of their own.  Most of mine, out of respect for Chris and our friendship, I don't tell publicly.  Needless to say, I love the guy to death and -- despite the relative seriousness of this low-key interview -- rank him as one of the top five most-memorable personalities in the local scene when he's on.  As such When the chance comes to have him back in Studio B, even if it's really just to re-answer all the questions Irish asked him on the SoundCheck, I'm pretty stoked. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming soon.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #182: James Kramer

Thu, 12 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

Our busiest year ever continues.  I believe I am now in record territory for most podcasts I've put out in a year. (Actually, it shatters it when you consider I now regularly put out three different podcasts and have guested on two others so far this year).  This episode marks the first of four episodes recorded back-to-back, which seems to be the rythm we're in right now on alternate Saturdays.  It's also the main reason you're seeing a lot of carry-over guests hosts and in-jokes from previous episodes and is a strong argument for why you need to download each and every show.  Basically these are a lot of fun to do, but as anyone who has waited patiently for their show to get out on the feed will tell you, editing and mastering is a pain with volume levelling, time crunching, writing endless introductory posts (like this one), and meticulously researching show notes now several times a week.Kicking of this block of shows is James Kramer, a musical chameleon who over a long career has been seen to play jam band, bluegrass, rock, blues, country, and singer/songwriter.  For this episode, he treats us to a couple of live in-studio performances, a classic cut, and previously unheard cut from his upcoming album.  Those four tracks alone show the range of his influences and abilities, but at the same time you can't help but feel there must be a lot more lurking under that mischevious grin of his. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming soon(image)


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Indy In-Tune #181: Indien

Mon, 09 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

There are always those interviews that seem really dry at the time, but after you get the bed music dropped in, cut out the "ummms" and "ahhhhhs" in editing, and tighten up the pensive pauses, end up sounding like an attention deficit disorder group therapy session.  I really think this is the one defining characteristic that sets Indy In-Tune apart from ... ummmmmm ... say ... NPR's "Song Travels" (excellent show, by the way, TOTALLY unlike like this one). It should probably be a tagline. "Indy In-Tune: We're Not Afraid to Talk About the Stupid Stuff." Look at it this way, if you go to see Indien at a show, at least you'll have something to strike up a conversation about, right?  All I can say in my defense is that you should have heard this interview before I trimmed 20 minutes of nonsequitor comments.Much like this interview, Indien's music is frantic, high-energy, and above all fun.  The songs probably can not be simplified with a single monaker like "punk," but like most good bands in that genre (particularly the Indiana variety), possesse elements of other, often complimentary styles -- in this case rockabilly and even country.  While songs like 1, 2, 3, Floor may be thrown together in a matter of minutes, one could easily spend hours analyzing some of the choices that are made off-the-cuff and what their overall impact on the distinctness of the music might be.  On the other hand, you could also just crack open a beer and enjoy it. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming Soon(image)


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Indy In-Tune #180: The Cosmic Situation

Fri, 06 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

You know, I've always kept an open door and open mic policy in Studio B.  On those days when we're advertising to be on the air, I just put Facebook invites and a physical sign instructing interested people to just walk in.  The policy is, if you're there, and there's an open mic at the desk, then sit down, because you're a co-host.  This probably has never been more thoroughly tested than on this episode, where co-hosts actually outnumber, and probably banter more than, our studio guests, two-thirds of The Cosmic Situation.  It also doesn't help when your guests are Mighty Mia Kileen (on, her first in-person visit to Studio B -- owing to that restraining order accidentally expiring last week); Ben Myers, that funny songwriter guy, and an actual bona-fide stand up comedian, Diesel "Peanut Butter Smooth" Reeves.  Yeah, those kids never knew what hit 'em. The cosmic Situation is a sharp improv/jam driven group of youthful minds who are currently making a few waves critically, as well as with fans, around town.  What I find particularly fun about this band is how the music has a definitely level of sophistication to it, owing to the backgrounds of some of the players, but at the same time, the traditional lyrical themes of classic rock and roll (girls ... alienation ... et al) it doesn't have the feel of rock music with lofty ideas, but instead projects a very laid back, organic flow to it.  To me the music says, "Take us seriously, but not that seriously."  Basically, I like these guys and can't wait to see where the next project takes them. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming soon.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #179: Richard Caudle

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

Our busiest year ever, and countdown to 250 by the end of the year continues.  This is somewhat relevant now, as I just scheduled podcast #199 for early next month and relaized I have made no plans for an episode #200 yet.  I understand the popular trend is to just ignore episodes ending in double zeros, but geez, it's been four years since Episode #100, and most of the people who were on that show have been conspicuously absent from Indy In-Tune for the subsequent 100 episodes. (Not my doing, I assure you.) Also, go figure that, despite the fact that this is (supposedly) a weekly show, I'm only on episode 200 after nine years.  Please don't do the math.  Meanwhile, upstarts like Chris Brake and the Free Beer Express have managed to polish of a quick century of episodes in seemingly record time, so I really need to assert myself as the "old school" of podcasters in this town.  Basically, I'm ready for a party.  So, I'm thinking at the very least we take over Studio C or the Sabbatical deck for an afternoon and have a half-dozen or so really cool people drop by and play some tunes, right?  On second thought I'm gonna need a beer sponsor for this, aren't I? This week's guest, Richard Caudle, is a character.  A fantastic singer/songwriter known throughout the midwest, he is in possession of a very distinctive voice and an even more distinctive moustache.  I've seen a lot of weird stuff in 200 episodes, you know.  We've had nudity, surrealism, hilarious word combinations, beer through the noise, spontaneous music, earth-shaking revelations, just about everything, really.  This,  however, was probably the first time I've had a guest meow and puke on the same episode -- and the guy was so incredibly professional otherwise.  He even brought a manager/agent who tried to keep him on script the whole time.  Important tip for you: never let us catch you doing this; we see it as a challenge to drag you off script and into the weeds at every opportunity. Links Referenced in the Show: Coming soon.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #178: Brother O' Brother

Sat, 31 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

I'm constantly baffled by a nubmer of things.  How could anybody think Sam Smith intentionally lifted one of the most-overplayed Tom Petty songs, but so far not one person has called out Rihanna, who has made at least ten times as much money plajurizing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star?  Why isn't Chad Valley more popular in the States than he is?  And, how in the hell do two guys make as much noise as Brother O' Brother without Phil Spector or Terry Brown fiddling with studio trickery?  Seriously, I introduced these guys at the "Tequila Party for Robots" last week, and I even had to ask, "Seriously, where's the rest of the band."  When they were playing I went back to the soundboard to see if Jamie Jackson was hiding a surreptitious backing track or something under the console.  Nope.  Just two guys.  Honestly, if they came to me asking me to manage them, I'd tell them to come back when they at least had a bass player, or Ray Manzarek.  Who has ever heard of a "power duo" playing live? What Brother O' Brother lacks in warm bodies, they more than make up for in body heat, possibly a fortunate side effect of all that extra room on stage.  I mean, seriously, we're talking leaps, kicks, drummers standing on stuff, lasers, pyro, inflatable sheep ... well, okay, maybe my memory is faulty, the sheep might have belonged to one of the Shine guys.  Either way, they gave a great interview (read: I barely got a word in edgewise and hardly had to edit anything out) and treated us to a few previously-unheard tracks from their upcoming release that are sure to make your jaw drop.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #177: Eric Pedigo

Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

I've been at this for almost nine years.  I take or have been awarded partial credit for encouraging and/or helping to unleash a few cool things on the scene during this time.  Coy Koi, Swig, Black Market Binary, Megan Hopkins ... probably even more that never got legs ... and I will admit quite a few things have become inexplicably popular despite my initial read.  But, dammit, you have to give me Eric Pedigo, this skinny little kid that showed up at an open mic one night with a batch of really cool-assed songs and solid voice to back them up.  For some reason he had this ambition to play Birdy's ... which is ONE thing I can usually do for an artist ... so I had him play in the background while bands were signing up for the Battle back in 2013.  Next thing I know, our buddy Cannon has convinced him to sign up for the battle, and a few weeks later, he becomes one of the first singer/songwriters to advance to the second round, despite having brought only having two fans in the audience at the beginning of the night. Since that time, Eric has become a staple of the singer/songwriter scene around town, playing several shows for Shine, collaborating with Steve Boller (Godfather of the Castleton music scene) on one of the better releases of the past year (thank you, again, Shine Studios), releasing what Ryan Brewer begrudgingly says is one of the best songs written by a local artist, and reaching the finals of Birdy's One Guitar/One Voice competition.  This is an impressive resume for his first 18 months in town, I would say.  This episode marks Eric's second appearance on Indy In-Tune and includes all-new live performances that he probably only vaguely remembers playing the first time. Links Referenced in the Show: Eric Pedigo can be found here Facebook | EPK ... oh and here (Facebook) and here (Website) and here (Facebook) and don't forget here (Website).  He is formerly of the band "The Splendid Stoops." Some of the tracks this evening are off what most of us affectionately refer to as the "Bollego" album, which he did with Steve Boller.  That album can be obtained here . In addition, we also play tracks from his solo album, asdf, which can be found here: . Co-hosting on this episode is Brandon/Benjamin Cannon of Shine Indy.  Also joining late was the inimitable (except by Jeff Kelly) Kolo Bell. We reference Eric's previous performance in Studio B, initially recorded for The Soundcheck with Irish.  You will find that performance in our Mini-Concert Archive. Eric gave a stellar performance last month in the finals of the Birdy's One Guitar competition.[...]


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Indy In-Tune #176: Werewolf With a Shotgun

Sat, 24 Jan 2015 17:00:00 +0000

Insanity continues to reign with our "Busiest Year Ever."  It's starting to work like an assembly line, finally.  Well, an assembly line of one guy, anyway.  Fun challenge this weekend: the server that runs the radio side of Indy In-Tune (just the stream, track library, and webcam -- not to be confused with the web server or the podcast hosting server), decided to pack up and desert me the night before recording this.  So, no, it wasn't some conspiracy to hide the fact that Melissa from Werewolf with a Shotgun is actually Chris Spears doing a variety of silly voices.  She does exist and she really was in Studio B wearing a really cool hat.  As for the server, it was a ten-year-old Pentium 4 -- pretty much the technical equivalent of a 75-year-old man with emphysema and not worth anything except as a streaming server, but still in the prime of it's life compared to the 15-year old Pentium 1 that runs the website.  That beast, I might add, has never given me a lick of trouble, aside from the fact that it's running Windows 2000, and it's a bitch getting some of the newer software to run on it.  I did almost immediately have three or four offers to donate a new computer to Indy In-Tune, all of which were much appreciated.  In the end, it was Nick Tucker running a super cool-looking custom job of his, complete with transparent case, neon blue running lights, and extra cooling units -- seeing as how the beast is expected to be busy 24/7/365 ... much like me these days. I fell in love with this week's guests, Werewolf with a Shotgun, at the 2013 Battle of Birdy's.  At the time we did a couple of live promotional spots with them (now lost to a hard drive crash (the week prior to the server crash -- see how my year is going?!).  I later booked them for the infamous PodConcert VI, where they brought the house down with the final set of the evening (see above reference to the hard drive crash).  Now, on the occasion of the first, long-overdue release, I finally get a permanent record of them on a Podcast, which if nothing else gives me a chance to tell, for posterity, my WWaS story, which most of you are probably tired of hearing by now.  We also learned a lot more about the history of the band, a bit of European history, and some zoology tidbits that, certainly I didn't know about.  Who says this show doesn't have some redeeming value?! Links Referenced in the Show: Werewolf With a Shotgun can be found here Facebook | Twitter | Reverbnation. Their eponymous release is now available here: Bandcamp. It was recorded by Gabriel Harley at Perfect Mix Studio. The CD release was actually the night of t[...]


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Indy In-Tune #175: Kiefer Jones and David Lee

Wed, 21 Jan 2015 22:00:00 +0000

I really need to rethink this "Busiest year Ever" concept.  It's only January and I've pretty much scheduled out more podcasts this year that I performed in the last two years combined ... and this only goes to the end of February.  Obviously it's not so much doing the live shows and recording.  That's the best part.  It's the 2-3 hours of editing afterwards, when everybody's gone home that will slowly drive you insane.  Oh, and just try to come up with great new adjectives to describe your favorite bands after you've written 175 podcast introductions ... to say nothing of just coming off a year of 365 consecutive blog posts (okay, albeit, with a little bit of cheating).  Honestly, I don't know how those "serious journalists" are able to do this kind of thing on a regular basis.  And some of them are even funny!Kiefer Jones and David Lee first wowed us about a year ago when they dropped by and, owing to the fact that they did not have much recorded material, did a quick live set for us in Studio B.  This time around they are touting a recently-recorded live set from Birdy's, some cool new merchandise, and a brilliantly run Kickstarter campaign to finance a trip to California (with a purpose) to record their next EP.  It's always a treat to catch up with these guys and to hear some of the great new stuff they're working on.  Hopefully we'll get a couple more chances before they become too famous for Indy In-Tune. Links Referenced in the Show: Kiefer Jones and David Lee can be found here:  Website | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | ReverbNation They previously appeared on Show #152. David Lee was previously on Show #116 with the band Vessel. Most of the tracks from this episode can be heard on David's Live from Birdy's release which you can get at his shows. They are currently promoting at Kickstarter campaign to finance their next single/EP project with the legendary Mark Schulman at West Triad Studios. Phiri-Films did their introductory video. Kiefer recently placed second in Birdy's One Guitar competition.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #174: Shine Studios

Sun, 18 Jan 2015 22:00:00 +0000

I'm hard-pressed to find another booking/promotions outfit that has done as much for the local music as those boys from Shine.  People like Ben Cannon are those rare individuals who think about local music and what they can do to make it better practically 24/7.  Their continuing efforts show an on-gong dedication to quality and putting the artist and the music first and foremost.  These are the people who slap their name on event and then not even show up, figuring that the mere fact that they acknowledged you elevates your standing and their indie credibility.  Shine is first and foremost a team, and you can rest assured, they will do everything they can to make sure you succeed. Surviving in the fickle realm of the local music scene is pretty tricky.  Expanding yourself year after year with more frequent offerings and entirely new services is very impressive.  The fact that they can do this for multiple years now without anybody having a bad thing to say about their experience working with them is an unprecedented and monumental feat. Ryan Gibbons, familiar to many of you as the producer/writer/musician behind such bands as Thursday Book Club, Black Market Binary, and Half-Life ... as well as his own solo work.  By adding Ryan's undisputed talents to the Shine arsenal, Ben Cannon has upped the ante on what Shine can do for an artist by adding a high-quality, physical product to supplement the magic of the live performance.  For today's show, Ryan brings us six (technically, seven) tracks that he has had a hand in and that showcase the breadth of incredible artistry from our local scene that Shine has partnered with. Links Referenced in the Show: Ryan Gibbons / Shine Studios can be found here Facebook. Brandon/Benjamin Cannon of Shine Indy, I suppose is technically a guest and co-host for this episode. Our first track is "The Common" by Jeff Kelly (Facebook | Bandcamp). Our second track is "Love You I Do" by Carey Goodspeed (Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud | ReverbNation). Our third track is "Protector" by Emily Myren (Facebook | ReverbNation | SoundCloud | Bandcamp). Our fourth track is "What's Your Name" by Pinky and the Basterds (Facebook | CDBaby). Our fifth track is "The Best I Can" by Bollego -- Eric Pedigo (Facebook | Reverbnation | Soundcloud) and Steve Boller (Facebook | Website). Our sixth track is "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" by Brother 'O Brother (Facebook | Bandcamp).(image)


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Indy In-Tune #173: The Pit and the Core

Thu, 15 Jan 2015 22:00:00 +0000

I think I'm probably one of the few people who went through and read all about setting up custom friend lists and the so-called "smart lists" (which are anything BUT) inside my Facebook account.  Mostly this is just to separate people whose posts I want to read, from people that just post endless felioreligiopolitical tirades, from people I don't actually know in real life whose personal drama I'm not terribly interested in.  It also allows me leave groups out of certain posts about personal drama of my own that I know they don't want to read.  See how courteous I am?  By the way, if you're a fan of Indy In-Tune, and you don't actually know me, then certainly I will accept your friend requests, but there really isn't going to be anything you want to read on my personal timeline.  It all goes over to the Indy In-Tune Facebook page.  Now, having already grouped my collective followers into one or more groups by professional contacts, old friends, clients, relatives, inner circle, out of town friends, etc. it recently occurred to me that the largest of these groups by far is one called "music scene," which accounts for 620 out of 730 of you.  So, yes, it seems almost 85% of the people I know are musicians.  So, I suppose it should be such a surprise to me when a couple of them pair up, even though it is. The Pit and the Core is what, just a few years ago, I would have considered a very unlikely union between roots rocker Megan Hopkins and progressive blugrass/jam-band master Dave Vogt.  It's not that I didn't think they wouldn't hit it off (we've all hung out at the same Wednesday open mic for years) or that the music wouldn't mesh (Dave is like tofu and will fill in anywhere he is needed), it just never dawned on me to even picture something like that.  I'll tell you though, it works.  While Megan has an infamous voice and undisputed songwriting ability, she will admit that having only played for just over a year, her guitar stylings are still very basic.  Dave, while commanding a very unique and flashy instrumental style, is very a very eclectic player who commands a very loyal, but not very mainstream, following of fans.  Combined, they are able to compliment each other extremely well by playing to the strengths and around the weaknesses of the two distinct parts.  I look forward to seeing where this project goes. Links Referenced in the Show: The Pit and the Core can be found here: Facebook | Twitter. Megan Hopkins can be found here: Facebook | Twitter | Reverbnation | SoundCloud. Dave Vogt can be found h[...]


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Indy In-Tune #172: Emily Myren

Wed, 14 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

Not sure what it is about winters, but it seems like the local music scene appears to go into hibernation between October and February around here, at least as far as the bigger, more popular acts go.  Normally, I would use this time to take a nice holiday break, maybe catch up on some old editing of live shows, network with bands and arrange some guests for Spring.  With any luck, I get a chance to hit a few coffee shops (perfect with the cold weather) and hunt down some new singer/songwriter talent, those guys seem to work all year 'round.  This year, however, it seems there are fewer and fewer new entrants into that circle.  Maybe I met all off them courtesy of the myriad Shine series from the last couple of years, I really don't know.  Complicating this is the fact that the rapid loss of live music venues that has plagued us for the last three years has now has extended to the coffee houses with many, such as Hearthstone, closing due to extensive competition, and others simply giving up on live music altogether to avoid the increasing presence of ASCAP fees and fines every time a performer slips in the occasional cover tune during their set of originals. One new find for me this year has been Ms. Emily Myren, an up-and-coming, very in demand player who has given us no shortage of opportunities to see her perform in the second half of 2014.  Bringing a new style and voice to the singer/songwriter scene, Emily has quickly become an in-demand favorite at most of our usual haunts, from the Shine series to Sabbatical to the newly added front room at the Alley Cat to a stellar appearance in the final round of Birdy's One Guitar competition.  Now for the first time we get her on Indy In-Tune to play a few tracks from her new CD, Found, and to give us the story behind the songs and the songwriter. Links Referenced in the Show: Emily Myren can be found here Facebook | ReverbNation | SoundCloud. Co-hosting on this episode are Brandon/Benjamin Cannon of Shine Indy and singer/songwriter Brandon Wilson who first appeared on Show #157. Her latest EP, Found, can be purchased here.  It took all of 2 and a half hours to record.  (Her first EP took even longer!) It was produced by Ryan Gibbons at Shine Studios. She got her start as a sociology major at Ball State. She recently made it to the finals of Birdy's One Guitar/Once Voice Competition. She was formerly the lead singer of a band called The Appomattox, which became There Was Eden.[...]


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Indy In-Tune #171: Mike M'Ocean Myers

Wed, 07 Jan 2015 22:05:00 +0000

One of the great parts of doing this podcast/website/community thing called Indy In-Tune has always been meeting new players and watching them develop their craft over years at a time. Some of them are top bands in the area that have move on to regional and national recognition, some of them are garage bands that never quite make it out of the garage. Once I even interviewed a band that pretty much broke up the day after the podcast was recorded. Sure a lot of times I'm just spotlighting artists everyone has heard and playing tracks everyone already owns, but then there are those shows where I'm introducing someone I really admire, but I know 95% of you have never even heard of before. Then we come to my friend Mike Myers, whom many of you know, many of you have heard, but I guarantee very few of you have heard him like you're going to hear him on this episode. I can't say I wouldn't have ever met Mike Myers if it wasn't for Indy In-Tune. We're both regulars at the open mic around the corner from Studio B. We were drinking buddies probably before he even knew what was going on in my basement. I'd heard him play probably a hundred times, usually cover fare that most people whip out on stages like Claude and Annie's which I rarely taken notice of anymore, but sing along with subconsciously almost every time. As we allude to in the show though, there was one night in particular, when he stripped everything down to the basics and played his original songs, that those people in the room that night saw magic, and I knew that was the Mike Myers I had to show everyone. This interview, long in the making, I think captures both the personal warmth and simple charm of his music, and the personable warmth and witty charm of his personality. Of course, he's not like this in real life ... but he does make a fascinating interview. Links Referenced in the Show: Mike Myers can be found here Facebook | EPK...oh and here (Facebook) and here (Website) and here (Facebook) and don't forget here (Website). All of the music for this episode was recorded live on the air in the studio and is presented in their original raw format, just they way they aired -- again, because I'm not a producer. Apologies for the cell phone chirps, beer bottle clanks, and banter in the background. Co-hosting on this episode are Brandon/Benjamin Cannon of Shine Indy and singer/songwriter Brandon Wilson who first appeared on Show #157. Samplings of his music can and videos be found on his EPK page. He can be foun[...]


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Indy In-Tune #170: Bashiri Asad Forever

Tue, 06 Jan 2015 21:24:25 +0000

… and so we kick over into a new year, 2015. I keep a black moleskin with all of my various projects, initiatives, goals, and hair-brained schemes in it. I'd say we got through quite a few last year, from a revamped website to some new equipment, and finally to building a makeshift stage and video studio down in the secret underground bunker we call "Indy In-Tune Studio B." This year, the goals are fewer, and possibly less-ambitious. Put simply, my goal this year is to be as busy as humanly possile. Specifically, I want to be at 250 podcasts, 50 mini concerts, and as much archived on-air fun as I can accumulate under the belt by this time next year. Why? Because it has not escape my attention that after 9 years, I should be coming up on episode #450, and in the past two years that veritable conucopia of weelkly shows that have popped up (Free Beer Express, Brother Brother, Chris Brake Show, DoIt Indy, et al.), and some of them are already approaching their 100th episode. That part of my brain that's ruled by numbers tells me that this is unacceptable. I am the longest-standing podcaster in Central Indiana, I should have an episode count that inspires awe. So if anything, as I've always said, I love the fact that shows like those come along, since they make me step up my game. 2015 kicks off with our third visit from the great Bashiri Asad, this time in support of his brand new release, "Bashiri Asad Presents the Gil Suite: A Toast to Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson." This is an amazing album he has put together as part of his "Year of Tributes" (more on that during the interview) and features some top-notch talent from around our scene including, but not limited to, Brandon Meeks, Devon Ashley, Justin Brewer, Rob Dixon, Nick Gerlach, Max Allen, Phil Geyer, and Ashton Kleeman. He joined us in the studio with guitarist John Fell where he gave an impromptu acoustic set of numbers spaning all of his releases. How's that for kicking the year off with a bang? Links referenced in the show: Bashiri Asad can be found here: Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr The first three tracks were recorded live on the air in the studio and are presented in their original raw format, just they way they aired -- mostly because I'm not a producer.  Bashiri is accompanied by John Fell on guitar for these tracks.  Apologies for the webcam blips, beer bottle clanks, and awe-inspired whispering in the background. Co-hosting on this episode are Brandon/Benjamin Cannon o[...]


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Indy In-Tune #169: Indyca

Tue, 06 Jan 2015 17:26:21 +0000

I long ago came to the realization that there is no form of music that I don't like. There are artists (Rhianna) and songs (Brown-Eyed Girl) that, I quite frankly can't stand and would love to rid the world of. There are genres of music (Turkish chant, Yiddish folk, American Country) that I just don't "get" because they really don't speak to me and probably weren't meant to. It's not that I hate this music, it may annoy me at times, particularly when I'm in the mood for something else, but otherwise I have no real strong feelings about it whatsoever ... as a genre of music. I think my goal for the next few years is going to be to learn to love those few remaining genres of music. I've found all it takes is a little education. For example, being a middle-aged, middle-American, suburban dweller, until recently I had never been a really big fan of reggae. I was thoroughly convinced that there were only one recycled reggae song called "I Shot the Buffalo Soldier and Stood Up for My Rights." Surprisingly, it only took one hour listening to a Reggae show on a community radio station out of North Yorkshire, UK where a very knowledgeable and passionate disc jockey (Clearchannel take note) opened my eyes to the fact that reggae as a genre is as widespread and diverse as rock and roll, and some of it was absolutely killer. This led to a three week immersion through every list of reggae songs and artists I could find, discovering the likes of The Skatalites, Ijahman Levi, Buju Banton, U-Roy, Mutabaruka and a slew of others. If you have never immersed yourself in an unfamiliar musical genre with the help of a an expert guide in this manner, I highly recommed it. This week's guests, Indyca, are one of our few local "reggae-ish" groups. As with many great Indiana artists, their particular flavor of the genre is a musical crossroads, combining the loose backbeat of reggae and infuse it with elements of jam band, rock, dubstep, and even heavy metal at times. This diverse musical background, while seeming somewhat incongruous at first is brought together by a group of musicians who are equally versed in the technical side of their craft, but still have an excellent ear and open mind for what what works, what doesn't work, and how to push the edges of experimentation just a little in order to create something new and distinctly their own. Definitely looking forward to hearing how this translates in a studio environment. Indyca can[...]


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Indy In-Tune #168: Jason Brown

Tue, 21 Oct 2014 23:00:00 +0000

Think I'll play old-timer for a while ... you know, just 'cause I'm in that mood.  I get asked a lot about what happened to the local music scene, with clubs continuing to dwindle, attendance down, beer sales sinking.  I've offered up a number of theories about how to get people coming back to the venues, but the fact is, it simply isn't what it used to be.  It's not that the talent isn't as good, or the venues have become cheapskates (I heard the same gripes and complaints back then that I do now).  The real difference is that everything else changed.  I remember back in that magical time when I was in college.  The Internet was only for nerds.  On-line dating didn't exist.  Cell phones were still a few years away.  Playing your friend in a video game generally meant plopping a quarter into a machine at an arcade somewhere.  Basically, if you wanted to find your friends or meet cute girls, you went to a club ... preferably one where there was a hot new band playing.  (Also remember the only other way to hear music was to go to the store and buy a CD.) As such, there were tons of venues back then, and an equal number of good bands playing them.  Seriously, this was just about all there was to do -- unless you were a big fan of Designing Women, or that stuipid sitcom with the people in the Dinosaur costumes.  I only mention this now, because I know this week's guest, at least, is well aware of what I'm talking about.  He was in one of those bands I used to go see a lot back then. These days, Jason Brown has broadened his horizons, strengthened his craft, and grown up a bit with his own music.  His current EP, Songs Sung True, features some top players from the scene and contains six tracks that show his diversity and sophistication -- from the story-telling Icarus to the introspective Sanctuary to bluesy rockers with a touch of commentary like Loaded Gun and everywhere in between.  With a new backing band in the works, and more songs in the vault, I'm really looking forward to see what Jason puts together for 2015.Links referenced in the show: Jason Brown can be found here: Web Site | Facebook | ReverbNation | Spotify Co-hosting tonights show are Leslie Fuller of the American Jazz Journalists Association, Henry French of Birdy's Live (briefly), and our very own mad ginger, Irish. Jason used to play in a band called Push Down and Turn back in my day. His latest CD, Songs S[...]


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Indy In-Tune #167: Join the Dead

Fri, 26 Sep 2014 23:00:00 +0000

I've always striven (strove? strived?) to keep a balance of different acts on Indy In-Tune over the years.  Not always an easy task.  Surprisingly, Indianapolis seems mostly devoid of original Country Music, though there are some excellent cover bands in town.  There are similar arguments with blues bands, though there are a couple of really excellent ones I'm working on for you.  Meanwhile, jazz players are a challenge since most don't seem to care much for doing radio appearances to promote their craft, and since there frankly aren't any purely jazz radio stations in town anymore, it's probably not where their audience is anyway.  And pop bands in Indy?  Forget it.  Mind you, this leaves me with a fine selection of rock, metal (broad definition), and singer/songwriters to choose from, and I have no problems with any of these genres.  The trick, as I have found is, that once you have one band from one of these niches on the show, you will quickly be flooded with requests from other bands in that same niche.  Thus you will notice a trend of six or seven acts in a row from the same genre, thus destroying that "balance thing" I was talking about earlier.  Unfortunately, it doesn't work with "girl groups," however.  I've never been able to figure out why. Okay, so let me explain what's going on with this week's podcast.  It started out as one of our Saturday hang outs in Studio B and was intended to be a full podcast with members of Join the Dead.  Due to a hard night of partying, most of the band was missing in action, so instead we had a nice, pleasant chat with guitarist James Sweeny, and his girlfriend/JTD expert Danielle Parker discussing the impending CD release party and to promote their new album, Distorted Cognition, as well as a couple hours spinning some tunes from all over Indy's hard rock/metal scene.  Then, as fate would have it, Henry French showed up during one of the musical breaks, and James and Danielle had to leave for a prior engagement, which is why the show really doesn't have a proper signoff, and mostly just fades out.  It made much more sense if you were listening live, not so much when we attempted to edit it down to an hour podcast.  Still, we got a lot of kick-ass rock and roll in there for you, and James and Danielle are always a blast to hang out with, so it's definitely worth a listen. Links Referenced in the Show: [...]


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Indy In-Tune #166: Diesel Reeves

Mon, 08 Sep 2014 23:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #165: Scott Kern

Fri, 15 Aug 2014 21:00:00 +0000

There's a certain amount of hero-worship that is required to do a show like this, and I've been accused over the years of sucking up to/drooling all over those people who are gracious enough to appear on this show. Yeah, whatever. Maybe there is a small supressed part of me that wants to be on stage, under the lights, with dozens of admiring fans screaming and applauding for my musical talents. Just maybe. I tested that theory a few times this year as keyboardist for "The Mess." Frankly, I'm still kind of "meh" about public performance. It's just not me. Yeah, some people are driven to be the center of attention and have the talent to back it up. I'm not one of those people. You want to know, out of all the guests I've had in 165 shows, who I truly envy and would want to be, given the chance to do a Freaky Friday body switch? Scott Kern -- a guy whose impact on the local scene is immeasureable as both a utilitarian player, vocalist, and first-and-foremost, a producer. Scott Kern -- a guy who has touched multiple cliques in the local music scene. Scott Kern -- a man whom everybody knows and whom no one has an unkind word to say about. Scott Kern -- a man whom many people have said (on this program no less) is my evil twin. There's a singular honor, right there. During his chaotic time in Studio B, we attempted to delve into a few of the bands he's touched, both as player and producer. We've display his musical diversity. We attempt to crack his eggshell psyche with a barrage of lightning round questions. We even pull in our good friend, Kolo Bell, to assist in these endeavors. Do we capture the "essence" of Mr. Kern? Who knows? Did we have a good time? You betcha. Plus, we now have a reasonably complete set of references recorded for posterity, as certainly Scott Kern and Grover Parido are the two most-frequently mentioned names during the past eight years of this podcast. Links referenced in the show: Scott Kern can be found here: Facebook | ReverbNation | Audiosparx He cut his teeth in a band called Sweet Licks over 20 years ago with Chris Poteet of Spanky's Clubhouse. We need to thank Kolo Bell for sitting in on the co-hosting spot. His current, and most frequent project, is as a guitarist for the band 19Clark25 He got that position courtesy of Ms. Cara Jean Wahlers (now Marcy), who appeared on Shows #03[...]


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Indy In-Tune #164: Holly Reinhardt

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 16:00:00 +0000

Of course there opposite side of the coin from people I've been trying to get on the show for years are those people who are so enthusiastic, that they're on the show just a few days after I first meet them, like Holly Reinhardt. I bumped into her Wednesday; she's on the show Saturday. Hardly enough time to download and learn the music, research the artist, root through their garbage looking for the murder weapon, etc.  You have to be at least minimally prepared going into these live sessions, otherwise things can easily fall flat because your entire line of questioning was irrelevant. Fortunately, I had Brad Odom in tow that day -- yeah, don't try to get your head around last week's show being recorder subsequent to this weeks', that's how aneurysms form -- to help me through some of my more brain-dead moment.  The fact that he's very funny and extremely quick doesn't hurt either.  Maybe I should keep him around for a few more. Can you tell I've done too many show notes postings in a row lately?  I've finally run out of adjectives.  I think awesome, superlative, excellent, and incredible are done.  The rest of my assessment and fondness for  Holly and the Mad Wails is in the interview, but suffice to say, these are two very different sides of the same coin and show an interesting diversity to Holly's music to where I'm sure just about everyone can find something they like on at least one of these projects ... if not both.  Her laid back, witty repartee after a couple of beers in the interview completely belies some of the more heartfelt and serious (and not-so-serious) subject matter covered in her music.  This girl is serious, and you should all do yourselves a favor and check her out.   Links Referenced in the show: Holly Reinhardt can be found here: ReverbNation | Facebook | Twitter Her band, the mad wails, can be found here: Facebook | MFT | Twitter Her brother, Max, is the lead vocalist/guiatarist of the band I Dream of Evergreen. Her demo, from which most of the music played on the show can be found, is available on her BandCamppage. It was produced by the ubiquitous Mr. Scott Kern, who produces 47.5% of the excellent music in this city, and whom you will be meeting in a couple of episodes.[...]


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Indy In-Tune #163: Kilgore Trout

Fri, 01 Aug 2014 21:00:00 +0000

It turns out in the local music scene, we do have a few legends -- those personalities that everyone knows, and around whom stories are built that seem to surpass and transcend reality. This week's guest, Brad Odom, is one of those. Heck, it was years of hearing stories about Brad, Kilgore Trout, Odomfest, etc. before I ever even saw the guy -- almost to the point where I was going to classify him under the "myth" category instead. Once I did meet him, I found him to be an incredibly humble, witty, everyman who acted like just about every stranger who came up and introduced themselves to him was a long lost friend, and everyone was welcome in his circle. At the time I didn't realize it, but if you study anything about self-marketing in the music field, you'll know he's doing it right. That's how fans are made. We've been playing Kilgore Trout since the earliest days of Indy In-Tune Radio, and to date there have been plenty of show recordings and bootlegs going around of various shows. It's hard to believe that until this week, however, there hasn't been a high-quality studio recording of Trout music released. Again, it's sort of that "legend" mistyque that follows these guys around. Comprised of members of No Pit Cherries, Midwest Contraband, 19Clark25, and slew of other one-off projects, Kilgore Trout can easily be classified as a supergroup with Brad Odom as the binding force that brings everyone together. The album is a tightly knit tour-de-force of power, talent, and ideas that it bears careful study, with enough looseness in it that still feels like a live Kilgore Trout performance that you just want to kick back sway to. The songs, some old and some newer, are all built loosely around a central concept -- or so Brad tells us -- but it's not so overpowering that you need to be a Vonnegut scholar to appreciate the music. After just a couple of listens, I would easily put it down as one of the years' best releases and wholeheartedly recommend it for just about any musical audience as a splendid representation of what our local scene is capable of. Links referenced in the show: Kilgore Trout can be found here: Facebook | ReverbNation. Co-hosting this week's show are Mad Noonan, Benjamin/Brandon Cannon, and the ubiquitous Irish. Brad and his family ho[...]


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Indy In-Tune #162: The Chicago Typewriters

Tue, 08 Jul 2014 21:00:00 +0000

I love these multi-podcast days in Studio B. No only is it a chance to be really productive, which makes me happy, it also affords me a chance to get caught up on some numbers ... specifically the number of episodes that all of these upstart newbie "weekly" podcasters are creeping up to me with. I mean, I should be on episode 450 by now and thinking about my impending Episode 500 a year from now. 162? Really? Hardly worth even editing this thing, is it now? The other thing that's really cool about Studio Saturday is that it is a constant reminder that I'm mortal and about twice the age of the average guest on these shows -- as anyone who has witnessed my cranky, hung-over, swollen-kneed, limping around ass on Sunday can attest to. Next investment: a decent bar stool for the console. Well, maybe not, nobody looks good sitting down, the webcam adds 10 pounds, and I've got four of them pointing at me down there. This episode marks the third and final podcast commemorating the artists of Release Fest. The Chicago Typewriters are, shall we say, and energetic bunch out of Anderson (that's a scoch northeast of Indy ... you are forgiven if you've never had a reason to visit). Their music, on the surface anyway, would appeal to any fan of hard rock, punk, or even noisy alternative. As the interview reveals, however, these guys know their stuff and have subtly and meticulously crafted a great deal of what would seem to be random chaos (a note ringing out to feedback, a "spontaneous jam" to start a song, etc.). The result is an intensity and freshness that, while contrived, certainly makes a track more memorable than the sterile, pitch corrected, quantized music that we're used to hearing. I'm good with that. Links referenced in the show: The Chicago Typewriters can be found here: Facebook | Raw Artists | ReverbNation Their debut release, House Music for the Homeless, will be available at Shine Indy's Release Fest this Friday at The Vogue. Thereafter, you can find it at under their new name, "The Hot Screams" at BandCamp They will be appearing at ReleaseFest along with The Farewell Audition and Coup d'Etat. Release fest is sponsored by Smoking Goose, Freehand Ink Tattoo Parlor, the DoIt Indy Radio Hour, The Flying Cupcake, Indy CD and V[...]


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Indy In-Tune #161: Coup d'Etat

Mon, 07 Jul 2014 21:00:00 +0000

It gets frustrating sometimes that it seems the more I am in love with a band, the longer it takes to get them to actually come in and do a podcast. Certainly Coup d'Etat has been on Indy In-Tune in varying capacities in the past year, between our Battle shows last fall, an appearance at Monday Night Live, and some spontaneous guest appearances during our National High-Five Day, Marathon ... but really, we never seem to just sit down and have the kind of serious, thoughtful, in-depth conversation about "Salmon Pants" that one can have in a podcast setting, so I'm very glad we finally had this opportunity to raise the intellectual content of the radio station. Seriously though, for the past two years we've been doing live broadcasts, you'll note that Coup d'Etat's music gets featured in nearly every single one, which probably says something about the level of respect I have for these guys and their craft. Formed about three years ago, and first unleashed to the world at large about two years ago, Coup d'Etat is very much the quintessential power trio, and very much lives up to everything one expects from their predecessors: a tight group of guys who just blend well together musically to the point that throwing out an hour or two of spontaneous music requires almost no forethought or effort, easily mixing back and forth between improvisational vamping, virtuosic solos, and jaw-dropping riff-based rock that makes you want to scream, "Hell yeah!" Wait ... did I just compare them to Gretchen Wilson? Probably not the smartest thing I've done this week. Their long awaited debut CD (discounting several under-produced demos recorded in their living room) gets unleashed on the world this coming weekend ... so aren't you lucky we're able to give you a sneak peak in advance? You're welcome, America. Links referenced in the show: Coup d'Etat can be found here: Facebook | ReverbNation Their debut release, Sorry, will be available at Shine Indy's Release Fest this Friday at The Vogue, then via the usual suspects (Amazon | iTunes | CDBaby). They will be appearing at ReleaseFest along with The Farewell Audition and The Chicago Typewriters. Release fest is sponsored by Smoking Goose, Freehand Ink Tattoo Parlor, the D[...]


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Indy In-Tune #160: The Farewell Audition Returns

Sun, 06 Jul 2014 21:00:00 +0000

Big things are a brewin' in Naptown this week, for the first time in what seems like decades (though I'm sure it hasn't been that long, has it?) the Vogue opens its doors to three first-time acts -- The Farewell Audition, Coup d'Etat, and The Chicago Typewriters -- in an evening of all local, original music. Our friends at Shine Indy have been working on this one for months now, and they are pulling out all the stops to make sure this is going to be the event of the year. Indy In-Tune is proud to be a part of the festivities starting with the consecutive release of three podcasts featured the three bands and their latest music, set to be released that night. The action continues Wednesday night when we simulcast an exclusive live acoustic performance from Indy CD and Vinyl. Finally, join us on Friday when I, Darrin, serve as Master of Ceremonies for what is sure to be a magical night ... and those of you who know how I feel about crowds, strangers, and public speaking know what a big deal it is for me to subdue enochlophobia with copious amounts of alcohol and accept that singular honor. First on the bill of a triple shot of podcasts, culled and sanitized from yesterday's live appearances by all three bands is The Farewell Audition, whom you first met last year when a slightly different configuration appeared live on the air. TFA features a high-intensity guitar attack, a ferocious rhythm section, and the occasional tasteful use of color-coordinated trumpet to produce a uniquely modern sound that has been wowing the crows for a couple of years now and inspiring a small legions of fiercely loyal fans that you see at every one of their shows. They have been frequent crowd favorites at Birdy's and the Battle, as well as other venues around town, and their songs are probably some of the most-requested on Indy In-Tune Radio, so it's probably fortuitous that they're about to unleash seven new ones on the world at large (well, six if you discount Baccardiac Arrest, which we've been playing for months now). Fans will also note that any time you get more than one of these guys on a mic, it's a great time, so this interview is certainly one you want to check out. Links referenced in[...]


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Indy In-Tune #158: The Dead Squirrels

Fri, 23 May 2014 21:00:00 +0000

The last time the Dead Squirrels were on the show, I was lamenting how difficult it was to carry on a conversation with a band that had barely played out and had no real lengthy history to discuss other than some demos they recorded on their iPads a few days earlier. It's amazing how much things change in a little over a year, isn't it? Since that time, they've headlined shows for Indy In-Tune including Podconcert IV and Monday Night Live, they've played shows for Shine (recordings which can be found in our mini-concert archive if you look), and they've practically become the house band at Eddy's Sports Pub in Fishers -- at least I say house band, mostly because I'm not sure I've ever seen any other band playing there. And to think, I knew them when they didn't even have a name yet and were still experimenting with their sound at the Claude and Annie's and American Legion open mic nights. Oh, and the crazy army of minions they call "squirrel nuts" have grown in volume too. I mean, not to Grateful Dead fanatical numbers, but still a pretty devout following for a couple of old guys who hadn't even written a song until about eighteen months ago. I've often thought sophomore albums are the most important ones to listen to. Seriously, how many mainstream artists these days even have successful second albums? Certainly it creates a lot of pressure from sales and marketing people to do something that sounds like the first one. Meanwhile the artist, thingking they've paid their dues is looking to do something a little closer to their own sound, free from the influence of the label and AOR team. Then there are the fans always have their own preconeived notions, some wanting a repeat of an album they love, while others more in tune with the force behind the music are prepared to follow them on whatever journey the artist takes them on. The Squirrels, if anything, have toned down their ambitions just a bit (yes, Donnie has put down the electric violin, and even backed off on some of his effects pedals) in order to hone their their songwriting and bump up their production values. The end result is possibly the most memorable cover of the famous song from Dis[...]


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Indy In-Tune #157: Brandon Wilson

Fri, 09 May 2014 21:00:00 +0000

You just get a hunch about some people. Rarely anymore am I shocked to find out that the really outgoing guy at a show the week before turns into a deer-in-the-headlights once you put him on a microphone and try to start a conversation with him. Nor is is usally a surprise when the reserved guy you've known for years suddenly turns into an instant extrovert who doesn't even notice the mike when you put a couple of beers in him and hit record (okay, guilty, I'm that one). Granted, early on I was blown away by how a dynamic stage presence didn't always translate into an equivalent level of charisma off stage, but I suppose it makes sense. Everyone has a comfort level and a tolerance for the unknown/unrehearsed, some thrive on it; some run from it. I had a hunch about Brandon Wilson from the first time I saw him. He carries himself with somewhat reserved confidence, but given the proper opportunity and setup, and he has about as sharp a wit as I've seen. That plue the fact that he put on a killer set at Claude and Annie's last week pretty much told me my mission in life was to get this guy out to the masses. That hasn't happened since some kid named Pedigo came to town and showed up at the same open mic. You get the feeling you people need to be coming to open mic yet? How Brandon Wilson has managed to stay under the radar of just about everyone I've spoken to is beyond me. Seriously, the guy should take up a career in espoinage or special ops or something. This is a town rife with singer/songwriters, and while I wouldn't give any of them up (well, maybe a couple of them), very few of them distinguish themselves as the triple threat of a great player, a great singer, and a great composer. If you have one of these, you'll be a welcome performer at any corner pub or coffee shop; two of these and you'll have fans, which means you can start getting some good gigs. If you have all three, however -- and there are may be only a half-dozen in town that I can think of -- and you finally get to the part of the story where you can shape your own destiny, and I think Brandon is one of those. In addition to a fun interview, he treats u[...]


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Indy In-Tune #156: Branch Gordon Returns

Fri, 25 Apr 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #155: Blake Miller

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #154: As Seasons Die

Fri, 21 Mar 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #153: Mannish Boy Tone

Fri, 07 Mar 2014 22:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #152: Kiefer Jones and David Lee

Wed, 26 Feb 2014 17:00:00 +0000

It's Always a treat to introduce new talent to the audience at large, and we've done a lot of it here.  Some of these names have gone on to make waves, some of them disappeared shortly after appearing on Indy In-Tune.  I don't take any credit for either of those.  Kiefer and David from this week's show have a really neat sound to them, which I would be tempted to generalize as John Mayer meets Eminem, except that this would also show how, while I consider myself on a expert in the music of the seven-county area, I know almost nothing about current music outside of Indianapolis.  In fact, have I ever even heard a John Mayer album?  Or am I only familiar with his music from people covering it on open mic night?That said, I really do like what these guys are putting out.  Good, solid songwriting and lyrics, with a bit of edginess.  If we can get some production behind them (come on Azmyth), then I think they might be on to something, assuming they can find a venue to call home.  The other problem with doing something just a bit different is that you tend to be real lonely.Links referenced in the show: Kiefer Jones and David Lee can be found here:  Facebook | YouTube In the co-host slot is Irish from the Sound Check with Irish, Tuesdays from 8 to midnight on Indy In-Tune Radio. David Lee was previously on Show #116 with the band Vessel. Kiefer Jones was previously in Austin and Biloxi with the Air Force. Their three-song EP is available for $2, contact the band to get your copy. Put the movie Baseketball on your "to watch" list if you haven't seen it. David hails from the Fountain Square area of town, back it it wasn't exactly the hipster heaven it is today.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #151: The Chris Brake Show

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 03:49:35 +0000

I discovered podcasts back in late 2004/early 2005, as near as I can remember.  The first ones were tech news mostly.  TWIT, Morning Coffee Notes, Geek News Central, etc.  I quickly expanded my listening to include "subculture" stuff like Evil Genius Chronicles, Random Signal, Geek Fu Action Grip, and the RU Sirius Show, along with geeky faire like Wingin' It, Slice of SciFi.  Music stuff came in the third wave, mostly because I was so overloaded with talk podcasts.  It wasn't until I got my first iRiver, featuring double-speed play, that I was able to free up enough time to add in music shows as well.The point being, when I first got into podcasting, my heart always lay in the free-form banter shows like Chris Brake's, and up until now, I'd never gotten to do one.   Okay, there is a pilot for "Dinner with Geeks" (my infamous GeekLabel meets Dinner for Five concept ... that I will get back to one day) that pre-dates Indy In-Tune by about a month, and I made a couple of appearances on the Free Beer Express, though they were topical shows.  This is the first one where we've just turned on the mics with no script, notes, or plans.  I think it will take some work and mental preparation before I'm ready to do that on a regular basis.Naturally, this leads to the next set of issues.  I have had some tough edit jobs, and I have had some long edit jobs.  I think this one wins on both counts.  The original raw file for this clocked in a just over three hours, as it was taken from the radio feed from that Saturday night radio broadcast.  I then had the unenviable task of whittling down 200 minutes, down to 60.  That process began back on January 17, and was just finished about an hour ago.  In the end, after playing through the file and only managing to trim out 10 or 15 minutes each time, I finally decided to completely scrap the whole thing, start with a blank file, and just paste bits into it until [...]


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Indy In-Tune #150: Brett Wiscons Returns

Sat, 30 Nov 2013 00:00:00 +0000

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Indy In-Tune #149: Spanking Shakespeare

Mon, 05 Aug 2013 23:00:00 +0000

One of the frustrating things -- and there are many -- about closely following the local music scene is that there is immeasurable music that you've hear which will only be heard  for a limited time ... perhaps even only once.  Bands at this level are very volatile, with only a few surviving long enough to get their music put down in a recording and preserved.  Much of the time, music is a collaborative effort between two more more people, and an unpleasant separation means much of that collaboration gets buried and never played again.  Still other times a song is inherited by another band and becomes something else ... not better or worse ... just different.  Perhaps this adds to the "specialness" of the elder version, or perhaps it just contributes to that growing sense we all have that "things just aren't the same anymore."Spanking Shakespeare is part of that great melange of songs and players that are passed around the local scene like ingredients in a soup that's always being stirred.  In their short time together, they've produced some great music, some memorable moments, and revisited a few songs from the respective members catalogs, making them their own.  The debut of their first album, The Fix, is meant not only to be a tribute to those things, but also an introduction to a new, more ambitious way of putting out music at this level.  An ambitious experiment by two seasoned veterans at the top of their game?  An audacious attempt to get one's voice heard above a din of other great players around town?  An attempt to more tightly integrate music, visual art, and marketing?  That's up for the fans to decide, I suppose.  Today, we're just focusing on some great music and the personalities that created it.Links referenced in the show: Spanking Shakespeare can be found here: Bandcamp| Twitter | Reverbnation[...]


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Indy In-Tune Listening Party 01: The Grinning Man - Watch Where You Point That Thing

Sat, 13 Jul 2013 21:00:00 +0000

Here is a bit of an experiment I've always wanted to try:  A CD listening party live on the air.  It's a bit of a different animal from a podcast in that it would be focused mostly on music, and less about the interview, there would be no opportunity to edit, and it would be in a strict one-hour timebox instead of the usual practice of recording 75-90 minutes and taking the best 60 as a show.So that is what you are getting with this download, with the exception of the last few seconds (which were clipped together from the initial signoff and then a second signoff 30 minutes later), this represent the original listening party exactly as it aired on July 10, 2013, wherein we debuted the The Grinning Man's latest release, "Whatch Where You Point That Thing," in its entirety. The Grinning Man can be found here Web Site | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter To learn more about The Grinning Man, and to hear some of their older tracks and demos, we recommend you check out Show #133 last year.(image)


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Indy In-Tune #148: The Upright Willies

Sun, 02 Jun 2013 23:00:00 +0000

A Chad Mills CD release party in Indianapolis has become something of a strange cross between a major music event and a religious ritual.  There are things you can always count on: Great new music from the man himself (or in this case, his renamed Upright Willies outfit), quality supporting acts, and a sold out crowd.  I was speaking with a local musician in the audience (who shall remain nameless) as Chad played who remarked, "How does he draw like this!?  I've heard his name a lot, but I never see him play around town anywhere.  Who are these people?"  Of course, he said it with a tinge of bitterness, but I also had to ask similar questions.  Granted, I follow Chad through his excellent mailing list (great reading every week, you really should subscribe), but I also see him play solo or with the Willies at LEAST once a month, and while their crowds are always respectable, it's nothing like the spectacle of a CD release party.Low Down, the debut album from the Upright Willies, is as mentioned in the interview, Chad Mills turned up to 11.  We saw bits and pieces of this on Chad's Make the Door release, which featured 75% of this outfit, but it is a huge departure from Chad's earlier, singer/songwriter releases.  The addition of Grover Parido's "lead cello" and the always moving rhythm section of William Rood and Bob Stewart bring a new energy and enthusiasm to the music that is sure to appeal to fans of country, rockabilly, bluegrass, folk, and even rock.  Definitely one of my picks of 2013, and an essential addition to any local music collection.  Check it out.Links referenced in the show: The Upright Willies can be found here: Facebook | Twitter | YouTube Chad Mills can be found here: Web Site | Myspace | Facebook | Twitter Chad and Bob first appeared on Sho[...]


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Indy In-Tune #147: Gallo

Sun, 05 May 2013 23:00:00 +0000

As I mention in the show, Stacy Basner has impeccable taste in music and always manages to find me the best bands for the show.  Unfortunately, as with the Post Script, she has a tendency to find them about a half-hour before the interview, leaving no time for research or even listening to the band beforehand.  Fortunately, she's also an excellent guest host and picks very well-spoken entertaining guests, ensuring that for once you don't have to listen to too much of my voice droning on in this episode.  This time around, Stacy introduces us to Kinski and Rodax, a pair of "tour buddies" of hers from Los Angeles currently going under the band name of Gallo (Pronounced: GUY-oh).  These brothers have just release a trilogy of albums: an all-Spanish language record, Fuego, and all-English language record, Phoenix Rising, and a bi-lingual world-beat record, Mamawe.  The music is excellent, though somewhat different from what we're used to hearing here in Indy, and I've long lamented that I can count our pop bands on one hand, which seems to me to be an opportunity if there ever was one.  I ended up purchasing the trilogy in deluxe form that night, which included posters, stickers, booklets, and a plethora of things I didn't need, but was pretty sure I had to have anyway.  No regrets there, I assure you.Links referenced in the show: Finer can be found here: Web Site | Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter | YouTube Co-Host Stacy Basner of the band Finer can be found as a guest on Show #039, Show #080, and Show #146. She previously appeared as guest host interviewing The Post Script on Show #078 All of their albums are available via iTunes or their web site.  I definitely recommend buying them from the web site and getting the deluxe packaging wit[...]


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Indy In-Tune #146: Finer Forever

Sun, 28 Apr 2013 21:00:00 +0000

From the first time I met Stacy and Ethan of Finer, at a battle of the bands around 2008, I knew I liked them.  I mean, how can you not?  They're smart, funny, talented, and two of the nicest people you'd ever want to meet.  This business of selling the house, quitting the job, and packing up to take the music on the road for a living though?  I don't think I can convey enough how much I respect the level of confidence, and courage, it must take to do that.  I mean, I've been doing this for seven years, and while I would love for a day of work to consist of something like doing a morning zoo broadcast at dawn, recording a podcast in the afternoon, schlepping around the city to catch bands seven nights a week, then getting home just in time for a late-night talk show for the insomniacs in the style of Bob Fass, I've never quite had the guts to give up that exciting career in the fast-paced world of computer programming that has kept a roof over my head for the last couple of decades.  Stacy and Ethan, though?  They went out after it.  I caught up with them on a pass back through town for their third appearance here on the show, and of course, as they are apt to do, they brought along new musical friends to introduce all of you to (you'll meet California rocker's Gallo in next week's show).  So what's the skinny?  Is it surf and truf from room service and trashing hotel rooms with Katie Perry every night?  Or is it living off M&M's and sleeping in the trunk of the car?  Any regrets?  Any suggestions for other aspiring road warriors?  All these questions, and more, will be answered.Links referenced in the show: Finer can be found here: Web Site |  MySpace | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Tumblr They were [...]


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Indy In-Tune #145: Tonos Triad Returns

Thu, 04 Apr 2013 23:30:00 +0000

In this episode of the Beercast, we get into a deep exploration of Spotted Cow and the repeated consumption of fruity farmhouse ales invariably leads to more success with women.  Secretly this is what "The Most Interesting Man in the World" is drinking in all those commercials.  The Dos Equis guys just slap their own label on the bottle right before the cameras start rolling.  Secretly, the actor's name is Bobby Ray Garret and he's a former insurance salesman from Argyle, Wisconsin, and it was in fact Garret that taught Rod Shindler to play the suitcase ... in the style of 1930's bohemian musician "Underbite" Fred Samsonite during his work with the band "The Carry-ons." Speaking of which, all of this episode's music was recorded live in Studio B and streamed live to our radio audience.  Do you have any idea how hard it is to mic a suitcase?  I mean, I've done upright basses before, but the darned samsonite just resonates.It know, that was a bit much, wasn't it?  Fact is, I am doing way too many of these posts latetly and my thesaurus is completely wrecked from finding synonyms for the phrases "excellent musicians" and "nice guys," so I figured I'd just do a little freeform typing for this week's post.  I'm sure the guys in Tonos Triad don't mind.  Excellent musicians and nice guys, by the way.  Oh, and snappy dressers.  Have you seen them?  You really should. Links referenced in the show: Tonos Triad can be found here: MySpace | Web Site | Facebook.   They first appeared on Show #042. Their second release, Typewriters and Tarantulas, can be found here: iTunes | Amazon They were recently featured in The Riverfront Times, St. Louis' version of NUVO. You learn something new every s[...]


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Indy In-Tune #144: Stealing Volume

Thu, 28 Mar 2013 23:00:00 +0000

You know, I suppose every music scene has these things, but it's really cool to be able to throw terms like "super-group" around. The most obvious usage of the term being a band made up of members who were already famous for previous bands or endeavors.  It's somewhat debated whether Crosby Stills and Nash or Cream were the first of these, though I have reservations about calling The Graham Bond Oraginisation "famous."  In Indianapolis, we've had bands such as Gentleman Caller, The New Guilt, Kidd Comet's recent lineup, and my personal favorite, The Big Legumes.  Okay, the last one may be a stretch.  I'm not sure that Johnny Socko was quite as famous as CA3 was, I'll have to take a survey.This episode features what I would term super-group in that it is something of a punk band whose members, while having been involved with punk at some point, are also known as versatile players in other genres as well, having cut their proverbial teeth in bands like The Lickers, The Dockers, 19Cark25, Extra Blue Kind, State, Dirty Little Secrets, The Jabs, The Giggies, and of course ... erm ... Sapphyre.  This of course makes the six degrees of separation game a bit narrower when playing with all local musicians, and while it doesn't make me Kevin Bacon, I now have strong argument for being Stephen Furst.Links referenced in the show: Stealing Volume can be found here:  Facebook | Reverbnation | Twitter | Myspace Their debut album, Animal Fly, is available as a digital download on their Bandcamp page. We recorded tonight's episode at the Music Garage. And just because there weren't a lot of show notes this time ... shout out to Doro Pesch of the German metal band Warlock.[...]


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Indy In-Tune #143: Infamous

Mon, 18 Mar 2013 23:00:00 +0000

Amazing the kind of stuff that goes on right in your own neighborhood without you even knowing it.  I mean, I like to think I have my finger on the pulse of the Indianapolis music scene.  I'm known in just about every circle, I'm welcomed at punk shows, hip hop shows, metal shows, and everything in between.  I've cracked the DIY scene and gone underground to basement shows that few know about.  I've even learned the lingo of that economy and I'm secretly trying to work out a currency exchange and futures market for it, because I would love to have an endless supply of nutter butter cookies flowing to my house as dividend payments ... you konw, so I don't have to go to the store to get them.I was completely unaware, however, that I had metal band with 3000 Facebook followers living in my neighborhood, going to school with my daughter, and regularly drawing enviable crowds at a popular teenage hangout less than a mile from my home.  Well, at least until a friend of mine brought it to my attention.  Believe me, if you think your daughter has issues with you now, wait 'til you invite her peers over to the house to play "radio" in the basement.  I don't want to say it's socially awkward or anything, but few other girls probably have these issues if you stop to think about it.Links referenced in the show: Infamous can be found here:  Facebook | Reverbnation | YouTube | Twitter The incessant beeping you hear is the alert that goes off whenever someone connects to the webcam.  They set a record that pretty much crashed my server that night, as you can hear. Their latest EP, Hold Your Apathy, is available at Axis Mundi and Indy CD and V[...]


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Indy In-Tune #142: Jenna and Tony Epkey

Sat, 09 Mar 2013 00:00:00 +0000

Allow me to regale you with a little tale.  Stop me if you've heard this one before.  Around six weeks ago, I returned home from open mic night around 1:00AM to hear horrid noises coming from Studio B.  It seems, in keeping with the chapter of Murphy's Law that states as soon as you remodel your basement into a podcasting/radio studio, your 13-year old sump pump will immediately fail and threaten to destroy your investment.  Now, because mine failed in the "on" position, the issue wasn't so much with a flood of water, but with the fact that the only way to shut off the pump and save it from burning out was to leave it unplugged, then plug it in for about 30 seconds every half hour or so until the plumbers arrive with a new one.  What do you do in the intervening 29.5 minutes?  You play radio guy and pretend you're rescuing flood victims from your basement (three drowning nuns and two puppies at last count), do fake helicopter reports to assess the damage, pretend you're doing a remote while eating donuts from a hastily-constructed Red Cross tent, and jokingly talk about Led Zeppelin and Peter Gabriel doing a "When The Levee Breaks/Here Comes the Flood" benefit to keep Studio B dry.Problem with is:  Your friends don't read the initial post about how you're just killing time in between turning your pump off and on ... and they actually DO hold a surprise charity benefit to raise money for your remodeling expenses ... which are just as imaginary as the nuns, when you think about it.  Well, there was a $650 emergency plumber bill, but everybody has that every once in a while, right?  (Bless Mia Kileen and [...]


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Indy In-Tune #141: Ryan Brewer Returns

Wed, 27 Feb 2013 00:00:00 +0000

It is nice to see that the recent downturn in employment/hobby funding, for those of you keeping tabs on the off-mic version of my life, has not affected podcast downloads. Nor has it affected the enthusiasm of our local scene. In fact, within about an hour of announcing that we were shuttering the doors temporarily, I had offers from three different groups to finance the station on an ongoing basis. While this is much appreciated, the actual issue is not so much the cost of the station, but the principle that I can't very well take money for a radio station while food, utilities, and the mortgage aren't completely covered. I did finally secure a bit of contract employment this week, which means that we'll soon be getting Indy In-Tune Radio back on the air, using a new provider. This means no more crummy ads, pop-ups, or special apps required, and I get to load up as big of a playlist as I like, instead of being limited to a mere gigabyte of music at a time. Stay tuned, this one is raising the bar a bit. For those of you who did offer to support Indy In-Tune financially, please maintain this enthusiasm, as I will be starting up an ad network in the next couple of months that I plan to use to self-fund Indy In-Tune for the first time, and hopefully expand our live offerings with the ability to actually pay musicians for their effort.In addition to being supremely talented and very entertaining, Ryan Brewer is one of those solid, reliable guys that it's always good to have on your speed dial. Not only did he agree to do a fill in spot on our very first Monday Night Live on given less th[...]


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Indy In-Tune #140: The Dead Squirrels

Sun, 17 Feb 2013 00:00:00 +0000

Okay, so after the nightmare editing sessions that brought you the JVB/BoTo/Cristy/Swig podcast, this one was actually quite easy to edit, thereby restoring my enthusiasm and energy for the whole otherwise soul-sucking process. This week, I'm happy to introduce many of you, I suspect, to The Dead Squirrels, an atomic-punk band from London's East End famous for blowing up small woodland animals on stage and showering the audience in ... wait ... never trust Wikipedia as a fact-checking source source. In reality, the Squirrels -- who chose a rather suggestive moniker despite their mainstream, easy-going nature -- are a couple of friends of mine, mostly famous for tearing up the Fishers, Indiana open-mic scene for the past several months. Their shows are generally loose, always fun, well-attended, and feature a balance of solid songwriting combined with courage to continually attempt experimentation and risk ridcule. (Violin ... seriously?) Surprisingly, they have also amassed a cult-like following of loyal fans -- whom I learned are referred to as "Squirrel Nuts" -- that will, given any opportunity, talk to you for hours about the history and direction of a band that is just a few months old, with a fervor not unlike that of a Browncoat recounting the battle of Serenity Valley at a Firefly convention. This interview marks the first use of the new studio recording setup, graciously donated by our good friends at Sam Ash music in Castleton. (Hey, I'll shill the corporate line for gear. I'm not proud.) Okay, maybe the mics are set just a little bit hot still, bu[...]


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Indy In-Tune #139: Jeremy Vogt, Jenn Cristy, Borrow Tomorrow

Wed, 06 Feb 2013 22:00:00 +0000

It's nice that after seven years, some of these shows can still surprise me.  Take this one ... please.  Yes, the soothing presence of Jenn Cristy is long absent from the show ... not sure why ... I'll fix that, promise.  Andrew Newport, aka the funny BoTo, is responsible for at least one lost weekend at some bar called "Show Me's" that it turns out was NOT what I thought it was.  Jeremy was one of the first artists I interviewed and friends I made doing this show, so I'm always thrilled to get to hang out with him.  Getting a live acoustic set from Jeremy, along with Jon Martin (whom I have long admired but have never gotten to sit down and get deep with), was just plain huge for me. The icing on that triple-layer cake was having Lee and Brian from Swig, one of my new favorite bands, in the co-hosting slot. So, surely, this was a recipe for a great time ... and it was.Until it comes time for editing.  First off, this show was intended as a live promotional presentation for the BoTo/Cristy/Vogt show at the Vogue.  Great show.  Did you catch it?   Since the podcast was always intended to be released after the show, plenty of extra material was recorded so that we could remove the bulk of the "time sensitive" discussion.  That is to say, we drank a lot and rambled on for slightly more than two hours, not counting the 15 minutes of music that needed to be inserted.  So, in the end the editing process nearly drove me insane.  Cut #1 removed bathroom breaks, ummms, ahhhs, long pauses, repetitious babbling, and much of the [...]


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Indy In-Tune #138: Swig

Sat, 26 Jan 2013 00:00:00 +0000

Very excited this week to bring an exclusive interview and semi-acoustic acoustic set from Swig, a band I have been keeping an eye on for quite some time, ever since they dropped into my neighborhood open mic to try out some new tunes. As mentioned in the show, their music style, which they call Indy Blues (not Indie Blues, mind you), is based in the North Mississippi blues, with tinges of indie and alternative rock, a smattering of outlaw country, and the smallest hints of the irreverence of punk. Quickly moving from local gigs to the "Indy In-Tune circuit" of Studio B, Monday Night Live, and the PodConcert series and now into regional play, this is definitely a band to keep an eye on. I should also mention, take a good look at the picture up there. That's the last of the "quaint, DIY studio" pics you're going to see for a while (actually, I take it back, Jeremy Vogt and Jon Martin used the same setup one last time about a half-hour after that picture was taken). Turns out, in addition to being an excellent drummer, Jamie Jackson also happens to be general manager of our local Sam Ash Music Center. Once he stopped laughing at the clever way I balance microphones on trash cans, with a mixer precariously leaning on a barstool because my cables are only 6-feet long, he arranged for Sam Ash to graciously donate boom stands, 25-foot XLR cables, and a lovely compressor/limiter to Studio B, which will no doubt raise the quality of our live recordings considerably. So, you'll forgive me if plug our friends at S[...]


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Indy In-Tune #137: Jason Wells Forever

Fri, 11 Jan 2013 22:00:00 +0000

I've seen a lot of bands form, build up, chug on, burn out, fade out, and blow up (in the bad way) over the years.  My favorites, of course, are the first two.  Which is where this week's guest, Jason Wells falls.  When I first had him on, it was promoting a few demos that he turned into his first album.  While the music, I thought, was solid, the recordings were still lacking the depth and interplay that except in very rare instances, you only get with a full band.  This is a guy you must go see play live to fully appreciate the depth of his talent and ability.  To some extent, I think this comes across in the quick set he played live for the radio audience here in Studio B -- and now available for streaming on our Mini Concert's Page -- even though this was only as a duo with guitarist J.T. Kidwell.  As with most three-time guests, the interview process pretty much falls apart and becomes more a stream-of-conscious catching up between friends over a couple of beers.  Still, we get to hear about the first fruits of his marketing efforts, as well as what didn't work out so well, and the popular "Random Odd-Ball Questions" segment, we get a bit of an insight into his influences and how his mind works.  Besides, it's always good to hang out with Jason, I don't get to do it nearly enough.  Links referenced in the show:         Jason Wells can be found here Web Page | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | SoundCloud  He previously appeared on Show #102 and Show #[...]


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Indy In-Tune #136: Grant McClintock

Fri, 04 Jan 2013 22:00:00 +0000

You think by now I'd give up trying to make New Years' resolutions.  Aside from the one about being nicer to my roommate, I've never actually managed to pull one off, though quite often for good reason.  This year, I am resolving 1) to get back into writing and playing music again, and 2) to find a way for seven years of hard work building Indy In-Tune and promoting the local music scene to at least pay for itself in a break even fashion.  Yeah, I jokingly say that, as a hobby, it's cheaper than heroin, but quite frankly I'd like to have what I have be self-sustaining, so that I can take that hobby budget and apply it towards expanding a bit.  You know, maybe better equipment, better swag, contests, something like that.  What's your resolution?  Do share it with us. This week's guest is Grant McClintock and his as-yet-unnamed band.  Grant is a Pennsylvania transplant I first met back at our PodConcert #1 at Birdy's, courtesy of our mutual friends in Minute Details. What attracted me most his music was willingness to experiment with different sounds and instrumentation and push at the envelope of convention, yet still not break it to the point that you would call his music progressive or psychedelic (the instant stigmas of fanatic loyalty, but low mass appeal).  For this show, he performed all tracks live in Studio B, with his set being streamed live to the Internet at the time.  You can hear just the tracks (plus the between-song banter in o[...]


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Indy In-Tune #135: Bizarre Noir

Sun, 30 Dec 2012 22:00:00 +0000

Well, here we are wrapping up the year that was ... 2012.  I remember starting the year with the resolution of getting back in to writing and playing, then eventually doing that long-dreamed album project.  Instead, a fateful conversation with Jack Barkley on a rainy spring night led me to starting a radio station instead.  In retrospect, it was probably the better choice.  The original idea was to keep something related to local music in front of people during those weeks when I just didn't have the time or energy to do a podcast.  Unexpectedly, the station greatly increased attention and traffic to the site and provided the opportunity to record podcasts live, in real time, from the newly-improved and remodeled basement studio -- instead of carting the gear out and recording two hours of stream-of-conscious rambing that often took days to edit into a 1-hour show.  This meant I was suddenly recording two podcasts per week with much less editing time and effort to get them out, and I have even been able to incorporate live sets played right here in Studio B and broadcast live to the Internet at large.  Our final podcast of the year features Bizarre Noir, a heavier band that places an emphasis on showmanship, storytelling, and the now sadly somewhat-archaic "album concept."  Any fan of hard rock, metal, or even 90's industrial music will find something they like in this music, I know I did.  Sadly, I've not yet been[...]


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Indy In-Tune #134: Minute Details

Mon, 24 Dec 2012 22:00:00 +0000

Merry Christmas from all of us here at Indy In-Tune.  Now, as I know my listeners, I'm sure you're all probably out doing last-minute shopping right about now, but I figured I'd throw this one out on the feed anyway, just so you'll have something in your download queue from me on Christmas morning.  This episode features the unique stylings of Minute Details, who -- despite the fact that they've been around for years -- I first bumped into during the Battle of Birdy's last summer, and who have since been regular fixtures at that venue.  I quickly became a fan of the band, not just because they're fun guys to hang out with, but because they have that "quirky" indie pop meets classic rock sound that you can't quite put your finger on, and quickly leads to hours of debate among people with a vocabulary in music who want to name two or three bands who, when combined, might compare to them. In honor of what was at the time their upcoming performance at Indy In-Tune's Podconcert #2, and owing to the fact that the band had only a limited selection of studio-recorded tracks available, the music for tonight's episode was recorded live in Studio B and streamed to the audience who was listening to Indy In-Tune Radio at the time.  They are admittedly of dubious quality.  As I had forgotten to ask them to bring direct boxes and a suitable mixer to accommodate all of the channels required, you can see fro[...]


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Indy In-Tune #133: The Grinning Man

Tue, 18 Dec 2012 22:00:00 +0000

A funny thing happened after the end of this show.  I ended up spending about two and a half hours on a Sunday night hanging out with The Grinning Man, and let's just say, the magic fridge got seriously depleted (even the Jones' turkey and gravy cola, if that gives you any indication).  When we were finally done, having given the radio listeners an extra half-hour of random musings beyond what you guys get to hear on this podcast, keyboardist Craig Swendsen asked if all my shows complete derailed like that one.  My reply: "I wish they did!"  Honestly, after 133 shows, how many times can one ask the same ten questions?  The show relies on random tangents and individual personalities, and these guys have that in spades.  I'm always excited to find bands that just don't quite fit into anyone's mold.  Usually this is because they're combining several genres to form a new style that is uniquely theirs.  In the case of The Grinning Man, it's even more interesting in that the styles they're combining -- psychedelic rock, surf, and lounge jazz -- are not exactly mainstream to begin with.  Top of this unique approach with excellent musicianship and a great sense of humor, and you've got a recipe for becoming one of my favorite bands.  I suggest everyone keep an eye on these guys. Links referenced in the show:      The Grinning Man can be found here Web Site | Fac[...]


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