Welcome back to the show! We’re podcasting live from the recent past high above the best little music scene in the world! We’ve got the band Cell here this week along with our good pal Xelena – Empress of the Impossible. PLUS a special guest appearance by our old production assistant, Ian! Warning: shit gets REALLY weird. Press play!
Cell is Darian “Leon” Nielson- Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar; Darion “Dariboo” Jordan- Lead Guitar/Backup Vocals; Tyler Smelich-Lead Guitar/Quips between songs; Douglas “Doug-a-Chug” Jordan-Bass; Jonathan Louis- Drums/Percussion, and Vocals. These boys have been around just a few months and have a handful of gigs under their belts. Follow their Facebook to learn about future shows.
Xelena describes herself as a Transtastic Mentalist and Escape Artist. She’s here to promote Sweet and Lethal Burlesque. Their next show is August 21st at the Polo Lounge. Be sure to catch her live doing her signature mind fuckery!
Thanks to all of this week’s guests for spending their Monday night with us. If you like what we do head to our Patreon page. For $5 a month you get access to our exclusive sound check pre-show! Next week we’re back with one man powerhouse Darabello and the gals putting on Bobolobo Fest. Thanks for listening!
Hello! Welcome back to Reno’s favorite podcast, as voted by Reno News & Review readers! We appreciate all the votes and we’ll keep working hard to bring you great shows featuring Reno’s vibrant art and music scene. Speaking of, this week we’ve got Heterophobia in the studio with a whole bunch of new to you songs! Press play!
Heterophobia is Cactus – Drum things; Bread Loaf (no relation to Meatloaf) – Bass; Alex, the Bald Ball Gazer – Guitar; Jace – Guitar/Vox.
Go like their Facebook and follow all their socials to keep track of album releases and show dates. They’re playing next at Everything Sucks Fest 2019 Day 2 at Shoe Tree Brewing Company in Carson City, at Jub Jub’s with Sarchasm, Slumped, and friend of the show Bat Country (click here for his episode!), followed by their appearance August 31st at Bobolobo Fest at Wingfield park. There’s also a new album coming soon! Thanks to Heterophobia for being here!
Again, big thanks to all of you who voted for us for best Reno podcast. If you like what we do head to our Patreon page and donate to the show. At the $5 level you get exclusive access to our weekly sound check pre-show! We’re back next week with brand new Reno band Cell. Thanks for listening!
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Helloooooooooooooooooooo, pod-fans! Hot off the presses, we’ve got some new developments to let you know about. We never fail to bring you some of the coolest new happenings around town! This week, it’s the release of Chris Fox‘s new solo album and the world premiere performance of Greg Burdick’s “Monessen Falls” at Good Luck MacBeth!
Once again, Good Luck Macbeth brings us something new and exciting; this time it’s in the form of the first production of the New Works Initiative, Greg Burdick’s “Monessen Falls“. We have a great time with actors, Aaron and Bryce, and director, Sandra Neace. Accomplished thespians around, they are all excited to bring to life the story of brothers Kip and Ethan. We don’t want to spoil the story too much, but from the GLM website:
Secrets buried deep are exposed. Old wounds are made fresh. And sibling rivalries scale new heights with potentially frightening consequences. Just as the town of Monessen has found a way to reinvent itself beyond the long-gone glory days of its Steel City heritage, so must two brothers… whose relationship has rusted, after years of neglect.www.goodluckmacbeth.org
Chris Fox is also bring something new to the stages, and streets of Reno. Longtime punk troubadoor and Reno ambassador to the world, Fox has toured around the world and the nation with many bands for the better part of the last decade. (It’s really hard to catch him in town.) However, for the first time, Fox has put together a compilation of his own songs. Tracked and recorded entirely by his own bad self, the album is a tribute to … well, Chris. The live release was busking around town on Wednesday night and, bittersweetly, all the physical merch he had was sold out quickly! The rest of us will have to wait until Friday to BUY IT ONLINE!
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