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Librarian and music lover Toby Greenwalt joins Jenny and Paul to tell the story of how he was blacklisted by the College Music Journal when he was a college radio DJ and manager. Then we digress into the topic of musical taste, and how folks learn about new music and bands in a time when commercial radio is stagnant and the internet rules. We also share our favorite things of the moment.
We also really want to know how you find out about new music. Do you still discover bands on the radio, or do you use Pandora, Pitchfork or do friends fill you in? Let us know in the comments.
- @theanalogdivide is our guest!
- Powell’s Chicago versus Powell’s Portland
- Hunter Thompson bio by Steadman
- Knox College‘s radio station WVKC
- CMJ–College Music Journal has reporting charts
- Toby’s letter to CMJ is still on the internet!
- CMJ Conference
- Angel Dust by Faith No More
- 90s Nostalgia Rock Tour
- Here We Are Now Entertain Us
- Signal to Noise
- NPR Music
- Pandora & Spotify
- Badfish, a tribute to Sublime
- Gotye song
- Mayer Hawthorne
- Dubstep–what is this?
- Raver Pants
- David Guetta
Things of the Fortnight!
3 Replies to “Episode #8: Get Off My Lawn”
fyi guys the link to Toby's letter totally goes to the CMJ conference site and not a letter.
Use of "eponymous" within the first 3 minutes = win. Also, to respond to the next minute, if Toby marries a lady named Molly, they would be a couple who hear that people give dogs their names all the time. Why does anyone say that? I'll expect the answer in a future episode, hopefully with "eponymous" worked in again.
Toby needs to weigh in with his wife's name, b/c he is currently married.
@Dan – the link should be fixed now.