Bryan Jones – The Numerology of Buffalo Moses

S9 E2 – Ice and snow be damned! Nothing stops the podcast, especially not when we have a guest like Bryan Jones to grace the studio. To catch you up to speed, Bryan is a seasoned Reno musician, notably with Buster Blue, but consistently with his own solo work, including his current project, Buffalo Moses. After a brief sojourn in the far off hinterlands of… Seattle, Jones returns to Reno to really sabotage launch his career by making an appearance on our show.

black and white photo of Bryan Jones playing guitar at dogwater studios
Bryan Jones

The conversation swings about wildly as we relentlessly pepper Jones with questions, often simultaneously. He calmly answers most of our questions, with the patience of a weary teacher dealing with unruly children. The music, of course, is top-notch – including some brand-new WLP EXCLUSIVE tracks.

collage picture featuring (left to Right) Nick Ramirez taking a photo with his phone, Bryan jones playing guitar, Chewie with his eyes closed and Kim taking a video with her phone, underneath them al is a picture of Reverend ROry's Knee and cowboy boot
The view from the Reverend’s chair

In other Reno news, don’t forget to check out the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market this weekend! 18 bands, dozens of local DIY vendors, a children’s corner, car smashing and more! If you missed it last year and spent the year rolling your eyes while you listened to everyone else talk about how rad it was, DON’T DO THAT AGAIN! It’s as cool as we say it is – trust me!

For more community events and local activities, check out Reverend Rory’s event listings over at This Is Reno (our proud sponsor)!

Eden’s Sleeves

Hello! This week we welcome newcomers Eden’s Sleeves to the show. We have a super special new intern (listen up to find out who!) and a whole bunch of new music for you. We’ve even got some big Podcast news from This Is Reno and we’re catching up with our own Mr. Nick Ramirez about his latest play, The Dresser! Press play!

This grunge influenced garage band consists of Jacob (previously on the show with Erin Drive) – Drums, Gunner – vocals, and Max – guitar. Like their Facebook page here to keep up with the band. Thanks for coming on the show, guys.

Check out this handful of rad shows coming up this weekend:

Friday – Dylan Coffman, Eddie & Subtitles, Gina Rose, Shit Metaphor at the Holland Project. 7PM $5 All ages.

San Rokera and So Sol at Dead Ringer. 8PM 21+ $5

Saturday – The Grimtones live at 10 Torr. 7:30PM 21+ No cover.

Beyond – Don’t forget to get your tickets for the second annual Reno Punk Rock Flea Market happening February 9th and 10th at the Generator! Catch the Atomiks, Kevin Seconds, Eddie and the Subtitles, Basement Tapes, our own One Ton Dually and more!

Also hit the Flea Market kick-off party at Dead Ringer Analog bar with the Scattering, Animal 13 (Grass Valley), and the always hilarious Felipendejo!

The after party is at Jub Jub’s again this year and features doom rockers from Virginia, Gaffer Project, Reno, We Have a Problem, and so cal punks War Boy!

If you like what we do click through to our Patreon and donate to the show. All the money goes straight to Rick to compensate him for his hard work! We appreciate all of our donors. Thanks you! We’re back next week with the one and only Bryan Jones, aka Buffalo Moses! Thanks for listening!

Four Stroke Baron

Hello and welcome to the Worst Little Podcast! Rory, Nick and Rick are here to bring you our last show of the season with the excellent band Four Stroke Baron. Press play!

Four Stroke Baron is Kirk Witt on guitars and vocals, Matt Vallarino on drums, and Keegan Ferrari on bass. They’re described as an energetic blend of new-wave and heavy progressive rock. From the band: Four Stroke Baron aspire to bring forth a lively and refreshing new voice. The group crafts massive and immersive soundscapes juxtaposed over catchy, pop-like song structures. It is this penchant for blending familiar sounds and styles into something altogether new that has allowed the band to undergo a dramatic metamorphosis from their humble beginnings improvising in a shed outside of Reno, Nevada, to preparing for the debut of their second full-length album, “Planet Silver Screen,” on Prosthetic Records.

Be sure to like and follow them on social media for updated tour schedules and more! Big thanks to the band for being on the show this week!

There’s the usual amount of amazing shows happening in Reno this week and beyond. Here’s a couple of them:

Friday – Pink Awful / Skew Ring / Common Mishap at Virginia Street Brewhouse. 6PM 21+ $5

Saturday – Defected Drones/The Afraid/Lost Idea/Myke Read at Shea’s. 8PM 21+ $5

Beyond – Wednesday the 30th check out Death & Despair! Foxy Olive Goth Nite! This is a fun one. 8PM 21+ No cover.

Thanks as always for listening. Head to our Patreon if you support our work archiving Reno music. See you next week with Eden’s Sleeves!

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