Larry and His Flask
Welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! This week’s show is a special one. It’s our 300th episode! The whole crew is here and joining us is excellent Grass Valley punk duo, Slutzville. This week’s episode will leave you saying things like “this makes me want to get out there and dance but I’d throw out my back!” and wondering “what’s an Alaskan pipeline?”, and also, “how did these beans get in my bed?” Before we get to the music, here’s a special message from Rory on behalf of all of us at the podcast:
Seven years and three months ago, we had no idea what we were doing. We really weren’t sure how to make a podcast; we weren’t sure how to build an audience, and we certainly had no idea of the great undertaking we had just begun. In the last 300 episodes, I have been lucky enough to witness firsthand the growth and development of hundreds of local musicians, my own friends and the local cultural evolution that we have been a part of for the past near-decade. I have been, and continually am, humbled by the response support and encouragement we have received from our listeners, the musicians, and bands on our show. We are still delighted and tickled that we can be a part of your life every week. Thank you for inviting us into your ears and your brain. You are in our hearts. I would also like to thank my fellow cohosts and creators Nick Ramirez, Rick Spagnola, Josh “Chewbacca” Martin, and Kadillac Kim. I would like to thank them for their continued hard work dedication and passion for this thing we’ve created together. I could not have done this alone and I can think of no better crew to get it done with. You guys are my family. And to all of our interns past present and future keep up the good work. Life is short; I love you. -Thee Reverend Rory Dowd
NOW let’s hear some music! Press play.
Slutzville describes themselves as two loud and vulgar adults always down to tear it up. This two-piece queer punk band from Grass Valley gets around – they’re regulars of the Reno punk scene. Their next show in Reno is July 31st with Naked Aggression / Opposition Rising/ Dissidence at Shea’s. Click the link for more info. Check out their Bandcamp for more! Thanks so much to Slutzville for being on the show. We had a great time and we can’t wait to hear more from you!
Every weekend is a great weekend for music in the Biggest Little City, but THIS weekend is extra. Check out the following:
Friday – Gremfest 2018 has been moved to 40 Mile due to the weather. Don’t fret, you can still see Failure Machine, SWIGS, Hopeless Jack and more this Friday and Saturday! Follow the link for details!
14th annual Marianarchy Day 1 at Jub Jub’s starting at 5PM. See Roxxy Collie, Prince Robot, Alphabet Cult, Pink Awful, and The Shames! Follow the link for details! 21+ $10
Saturday – Marianarchy XIV Day 2 at Jub’s starting at 2PM. 21+ $10
Beyond – Wednesday, May 30th catch Hillbilly Moon Explosion/ Hard Fall Hearts/ Los Pistoleros at Shea’s! 9PM 21+ $15
Thanks for listening to this week’s show, and thanks for sticking with us for the last 300 episodes. We’re taking next week off for Memorial Day but we’ll be back June 4th with newcomers Heterophobia! Have a great long weekend and be safe. We love ya, Reno.
Hello! Welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast. Rory is home with his beautiful new baby (CONGRATS AGAIN!) so Nick, Kim, and Dogwater “Dick in the Back” are holding it down at the studio with our good friends Silver! Well 4/5 of them anyway. They’re here to promote their new EP, Rock’n’Roll is Dead, coming at you June 3rd, and we’re giving you a first listen! Press play to hear it before you can buy it. We’re getting deep with the band this week. There’s TMI, fake meltdowns, and shenanigans that’ll leave you asking “is this podcast public?”
Formed in 2016, Silver describes themselves as American Rock’n’Roll. Battle Born. Whiskey, sweat, grooves, and melody. With each member having varying backgrounds in folk, country, rock, punk, blues, and pop, a wide array of styles and influences come to play and color their diverse sound. Silver is Jeff Knight (drums), Brendon Lund (bass), Adam Landis (keys), Josh Kisor (lead guitar), Greg Gilmore (vocals, guitar).
See Silver next at the June 3rd Cheney St Block party in Midtown. Beer garden, food specials, live painting by Joe C. Rock, and fortune telling with Pan Pantoja. More details here or head to www.tradecash4silver.com.
While you’re impatiently waiting for the 3rd, check out some other shows:
Thursday – Burn Burn Burn /Machine Gun Vendetta/ Knocked Down/ Chris Fox at Shea’s. 8PM 21+ $5
Friday – Songwriters in the Round featuring Ben Alfree, Jonie Blinman, and Aaron Ryder at Fine Vines. 8 PM 21+ No cover.
Monday – Yotam Ben Horin + Gina Rose at Pignic! 8PM 21+ No cover.
Wednesday – The show NOT TO MISS next week is Buffalo Moses Jello Wrestles Inner Demons Live In Reno! with Gina Rose and Josiah Knight, featuring some rad mystery guests. Let’s just say If you liked Buster Blue, you’d be a dummy to miss this one. 8PM 21+ $10
Thanks again for listening! Don’t forget to head to our Patreon page if you like what we do. Next week we have Slutzville in the studio for our 300th episode! That’s huge. It’s gonna be a party. See you around, Reno!
Welcome to this weeks Worst Little Podcast! It’s our last week of our Women’s March shows. It’s been a pleasure to bring you these four shows showcasing strong female voices in Reno music. This week we have the one and only Rachael McElhiney of Failure Machine and Buster Blue, and the legendary Mikie Shame of the Shames, Eddie and the Subtitles, and more! We’re asking these bad ass ladies a slew of questions and listening to some amazing tunes! Press play now!
Rachael and Mikie are both powerhouses with lots of history in the music scene in Reno. Rachael just got back from a small tour surrounding her appearance with Failure Machine at Treefort Music Fest in Boise. Mikie has been singing and playing bass in Reno since 2002 and continues to be a vital member of the punk scene, with her most recent shows being with Eddie and the Subtitles.
Both ladies have some really cool shows coming up. Rachael is performing solo at the Loud As Folk 7 Year Anniversary festival at Pignic, Saturday April 7th. Mikie is playing with the Subtitles April 13th for Debauch-a-Reno, the Sticker Guy 25th anniversary, at Jub Jub’s! We couldn’t be more excited for those shows!
Thanks so much to Rachael and Mikie for spending their Monday night with us. I for one feel pretty honored to spend time with these rad humans!
Be sure to go out and support your local music scene this weekend. Here’s my picks:
Thursday – True Violet with special Guest Georgia Maestro at St. James Infirmary. 8PM 21+
Thursday Night Trivia at the Jungle! with our favorite trivia host and podcast guest Aubrey Forston. 8PM 21+
Saturday – Void Vator // Disastroid // The Grimtones at Shea’s. 8PM 21+ $6/7
Boss’ Daughter European Tour Kickoff Party at Sierra Taphouse. 9PM 21+
Sunday – Soul Correction, Josiah Knight and The Get Ahead 7PM 21+ $5
Beyond – This Wednesday see Five Alarm Funk with Redfield Clipper at The Saint! 7PM 21+ $8/10
Wednesday, April 11th check out our good friend Johnny Thunderpiss at DED, Hate To Share, Fate Awaits at Jub Jub’s 8PM 21+
Don’t miss the Loud As Folk Anniversary festival, April 5-8 at Pignic. Follow the link for details!
Be sure to keep your eyes open for Marianarchy updates. Lineup is coming soon! Pro tip: get your tickets for Larry and His Flask NOW. These tickets will sell out and we don’t want you to miss any of the fun at the Jub Jub’s Marianarchy weekend! Gremfest updates will be rolled out as soon as I have those, too.
WLP is looking for raffle donations for this May’s Marianarchy, the biannual celebration of our departed friend and patron saint of Reno Music, Marrianne Sota. This year we are raising money for our friend and Reno local Brian Smith. Brian recently suffered a heart attack and could use some community love. Hit any of us at the podcast up if you have a donation!
Thanks for listening, Reno! We’re pretty humbled by your ongoing support, shares, likes, and comments. If you have an event or band you would like us to promote give us a holler! If you would like to help us pay the taxes and stuff, head over to our Patreon. We are committed to recording and archiving Reno music like we have for the last 7 years but we could use your help! Even a couple of bucks is rad! We are taking next week off so Rick can chill with Jesus and the Easter Bunny, but we will be back April 9th with Alphabet Cult!
Hello from Reno Fucking Nevada! It’s time for the Worst Little Podcast. Your hosts Rory, Dogwater Dick, and Kadillac Kim are here to bring you the first of our Women’s March bands, Pink Awful! We’re getting in touch with our feminine sides this week and all month long. This week we’re talking feminism, pedal board envy, and hot dog water music!
Pink Awful is Ashley Costelloe: Vocals, Mike Miller: Guitar, Daniel Lawson: Guitar, Dwight Struthers: Bass , John Walker: Skins.
Look for an album release this spring. See Pink Awful next at the Holland Project this Friday night with the Co-Founder and Werewolf club.
Thanks so much to Pink Awful for being on the show. We had a great time! If you’re out this weekend be sure to check out my picks. Go see some stuff and hear some things, then be sure to tell me about it!
Thursday – Chris Fox/FCON/ Rooftop Becky/JUST-IN Beaver at Shea’s 8 PM 21+
Friday – Werewolf Club / Special Explosion / The Co Founder / Pink Awful at Holland Project. All ages $5
Saturday – Benefit For DIO!!! with The Scattering and DJ Travesty at Hideout Lounge. Head over to the Hideout to help our homies out with their vet bills! 21+
Sunday – JERK!/The Negative Nancys/ Donkey Jaw/ Lost Idea at Shea’s. 21+
That’s all I’ve got this week. Hope to see you out there, ya animals. As always, thanks for listening. We appreciate you, especially our Patreon donors! Thanks to our newest donor, Frankie! Be sure to click through and donate if you support our work archiving Reno music. We’ll do stupid human tricks for you! See you next week when we welcome Kelly Proud’s new project, Almond Mocha Music! Elisa Garcia will be here to talk about the Reno slam poetry scene, acting, and being a lady in the scene. It’s gonna be a great time.