Hello again, and welcome to the Worst Little Podcast in the world! This week Almond Mocha Music and poet extraordinaire, Elisa Garcia joined us on the show. Listen up as Kim, Kelly, and Elisa take over Dogwater Studios (RV, Rory, Nick, and Dogwater Dick are here too). We’re steering the ship now, and we’ve got beer. Look out. We’ve got Rory’s shitty old poems, Almond Mocha’s sexy chill vibes, and sexy raindrops galore for the lovely Elisa.
Almond Mocha Music is RV, aka Motorhome Music, and Kelly Proud. They describe themselves as fun, exciting, dancey enough to get your feet tapping but still appropriately layers over conversation on a long drive or over a cup of coffee. This new musical journey between these two musicians is a wonderful departure from the norm. Stitch and @motorhomemusic shatter musical expectations with their collaboration, Almond Mocha. Described as “uplifting” and “hopeful music” this step outside of either of their creative norms produces a sound consistently compared to The Postal Service, The Album Leaf and Massive Attack.
Reno’s slam queen, Elisa, works with the Holland Project producing weekly all ages open poetry nights and produces the quarterly adult themed poetry night, LIT at Night. See the next installment of LIT at Night April 21st at Headquarters Bar.
This weekend is St. Patrick’s day, and as always there’s no shortage of
places to get drunk live music to see in Reno. Here’s Kim’s picks:
Friday – Silver | Rigorous Proof at Shea’s let’s get Sheasted. 9PM 21+ $5/8
Saturday – Head to Shea’s for St. Patrick’s night to see Hellbound Glory/ Deadly Gallows/ Pink Awful open all day!
Sunday – The Regrettes w/ Mt. Eddy, Basha at the Holland Project 7PM. All ages.
Beyond – Next Tuesday check out Roxxy Collie / Bearchild / Retirement / Basement Tapes at the Saint. 7PM 21+ $5
Wednesday the 21st head over to Pignic to see Stelth Ulvang (of the Lumineers) / Bat Country / The Bannetons / Gina Rose 7:30PM 21+
Thanks for listening to this weeks show! We’re really glad you’re here. If you want to support our work recording bands and archiving Reno music for free, please click through to our Patreon. Feel free to make requests for your hard earned money. We’ll do tricks! Thanks to this weeks guests, too! It was a hell of a night and we love you guys. See you next week for our third installment of our month of Women’s March shows with the Grimtones!
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This week we have the talented AF dudes from Reno metal-core band, Salythian. These Reno natives laid some serious rock and roll on us here at Dogwater Studio. Not only are they seriously accomplished musicians, they’re social media wizards. Listen up to hear how they do the thing they do.
This mostly instrumental trio is made up of Amar Barboza- (Drums), Tell Gresko- (Bass), and Dawson Copeland- (Guitar).
Thanks to the band for being on the show! We had a great time interviewing you three and we’ll be looking out for your upcoming shows. Follow them on Facebook so you can too! Salythian rocks. Literally.
In other news, I would like to give a shout out to Headquarters Bar and to the bands that played Saturday night to raise money for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. SWIGS, One Ton Dually, and Riptide Bandits slayed that room and raised $360. If you haven’t visited Headquarters yet, get your tail down there. It is Reno As Fuck in the best way. If you’re inclined to help your fellow Renoites make downtown greater than ever, head over to their fundraiser page. There are some pretty sweet rewards, but really, the only reward I need is HQ staying open so I can see more rad shows like Saturday night’s.
This week your to do list includes some kick ass shows, and one incredibly bizarre event staring Cory Feldman. Weren’t expecting that, were ya… Check out my picks for the week:
Reno’s favorite folk/Americana music venue, Pignic Pub & Patio, turns 3 this Thursday. Show up for a $10 Pig Roast Dinner and $20 All You Can Drink Pints, as well as $4 Wells & Cocktail Specials. Six Mile Station will be filling your ear holes with some crazy great music. Event details here! 5 p.m. 21+
The T Sisters from Oakland, joined by Dainesly and Rachel McElhiney of Failure Machine and Buster Blue, perform in Reno as a benefit for Emily Reese on October 12th at The Saint. Doors at 6 p.m. 21+ $15
You have two chances to see this seasons best burlesque show at Studio on 4th Friday and Saturday! See Hellbound Beauty at 7 p.m. 21+ $20
Our friends at Headquarters bar are throwing a Friday the 13th Stranger Things party. Go to the upside down if you are so inclined. 10 p.m. 21+ No cover.
Reno is about to throw some weird your way with the Corey Feldmen and the Angels show at Faces NV this weekend. Show up for some real strange times with a former child star, some drag queens, and some great comedy from local Aubry Forston. 7 p.m. 21+ $30
Join Weapons of Mass Creation, in partnership with Reno Mural Expo, Good Luck Macbeth and Tunetrax, as they preview a one of a kind hip-hopera for the release of Generation WE Vol. I . Show dates for this new play will be announced soon. There’s already plenty of buzz about this. Go see for yourself. Free.
There’s a lot of great shit happening in Reno. Get out and see some of it!
Thanks for listening!
Hello and welcome to the Worst Little Podcast!
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Thankfully we’re not burning and we’re not flooding! Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the recent natural disasters. We love you. This week we’re joined by JUST Rory and Rick because they told me not to come in. It’s okay because I really *was* scissoring the drummer from SWIGS. You guys were all spot on. ANYWAY! Y’all are in for some great instrumental surf punk, some talk about old naked Satanists, and jokes about me (Kadillac Kim, in case you’re not following along) hooking up with our podcast guests! We even have new interns to make fun of! Don’t worry guys, you too can be like me with enough ambition and a vagina… oh wait. As fun as it is to talk about incest and Satanism, we actually have a band here, so let’s get into some music.
Riptide Bandits have been around for a “really long time”, according to band members. They are so legendary they don’t even need to know when they formed. It is as if they always existed. They might be vampires.
Riptide Bandits is Leif, Grouch, Andy, and Jonathan. Keep an eye out for upcoming shows at Headquarters Bar in October then at Marianarchy! You can see Jonathan with his other band, SWIGS, on September 22nd at Alturas on the DL! They join The Habituals for an End of Summer Tiki Party. Let’s make tiki torches great again!
Thanks to Riptide Bandits for coming on our humble podcast. Reno loves you guys!
This weekend in Reno be sure to check out the following mandatory events:
The Ghost Town Rebellion is playing some outlaw Americana at Pignic at 8 p.m. 21+ No cover.
Prince Robot / Some Kind of Nightmare / Evil Ash at Jub Jub’s. 8 p.m. 21+ $5
Books / Sunmonks / John Underwood at Studio on 4th. 21+ 7 p.m.
Get your Rockabilly fix at Polo Lounge with Hot Rod Rebellion. 21+ 9 p.m. No cover
Check out Acoustic Rock: Anchors for Airplanes / Authmentis / Tragedy Spring at West Street Market. All ages. 8 p.m. No cover
You can see John Underwood AGAIN in Virginia City Saturday night at the Canvas Cafe. All ages. 5 p.m. No cover
Go see country punk-rock staples Lucero with Matthew Logan Vasquez at Cargo Concert Hall. I will definitely be there. Come find me. 18+ 7 p.m.$18 adv $23 at the door.
That’s all I’ve got this week. As always, thanks for listening, Reno.
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