Podcasting live from the City Of Trembling Leaves, we’ve got Wily Savage all the way from LA! We’re catching up with our old buddies Jeremy and Alon, and making new friends too. It gets weird. Press play.
Big thanks to Wily Savage for being on the show! They’re currently on tour with stops planned in Oakland, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond. See them in Reno on April 20th at Pignic with our buddies the sCHIZoPOLITANs!
It’s a big weekend for Reno music! Head to Pignic to celebrate the 8 year anniversary of Reno’s favorite monthly music showcase, Loud as Folk! More details at loudasfolk.com. Here’s the daily lineup:
Loud As Folk is partnered with Art Spot Reno to raise money for different local organizations and causes. Each event for the 7 year anniversary has a $5 suggested donation with 100% of the proceeds benefitting SPCA of Northern Nevada.
Thanks for listening! Head over to our Patreon page to donate if you support what we do. For $5 a month you get access to special bonus content that you can’t hear anywhere else! We’re back next week with something new from our pal Johnny Rolling, as well as the cast of Good Luck Macbeth’s current production, Equus!
Welcome to our second to last show of the year! All the hosts are here to hang out with our good buddy and five time guest, Greg Gilmore. Greg is giving us the skinny on his Silver New Year’s Eve party at Pignic, playing a couple of songs, AND we’re recapping the amazing weekend that was Marianarchy. We even had a surprise appearance by our friend and intern for the night Andrew from Lost Idea/Infecto Skeletons! It gets weird. Press play!
Greg Gilmore is a singer-songwriter from Reno, NV. In addition to his solo work, he plays with rock-n-roll band Silver. Make sure to follow Greg and Silver on Facebook to learn about upcoming shows. See Greg with Silver on New Year’s Eve at Pignic. It’s 70s themed so start working on your costumes now.
Be sure not to miss Eddie & The Subtitles Record Release Party with Saturday Knights and Okay Urge at Shea’s! 8PM| $5| 21+
Thanks for listening and thanks to everyone who came out, bought raffle tickets, and played for Marianarchy! We all had a great time hanging out with all of you! If you support what we do here at the Worst Little Podcast, click through to our Patreon. We’re back next week with our Christmas Special and our last show of 2018 and of Season 8!
Hello! Welcome to the Meowest Little Pawdcast. The Reverend Rory Meowd, Catalac Kim, Rick, and Kim’s new intern, Kitten Kell bring you this week’s band, Cat Stanley. The studio has been overrun with a bunch of stray cats and we’re gonna need a spray bottle before we’re done. Press play!
Cat Stanley is Naomi, Alfredo, and Anton. Just some back alleys cats makin’ some back alley jazz. Thanks to the band for hanging out with us. We’ll keep our eyes out for upcoming shows.
Go see some stuff. Here’s where we’ll be this weekend and beyond:
Friday – Joe Jack Talcum(Dead Milkmen)/Coolzey/Weapons of Mass Creation at Shea’s. 8PM 21+ $7/8
Saturday – Six Mile Station//Buster Blue – Redrun Afterparty. Buster Blue is back in Virginia City this weekend! Make sure you don’t miss this rare appearance. And Six Mile is there too. 5PM 21+ Free!
David Liebe Hart (Adult Swim/Tim & Eric) +Chip The Black Boy, Prince Robot, Slow Wow, and Grimedog at Headquarters Bar. 8PM 21+ $13/15
Sunday – Six Mile Station / Buffalo Moses – Pignic 4yr Anniversary. 6PM 21+ No cover.
Beyond – Monday see Ex-Cult, Eddie & the Subtitles, Scuzzard at Holland Project. 8PM 21+ $7
Every Wednesday head to the downtown Noble Pie for Rock & Roll bingo with Jason Kell. 9PM to 11PM!
A big thank you to our newest Patreon supporter, Aric Shapiro. If you support what we do, click through to our Patreon. BIG thanks also to this week’s quiz sponsor Pignic and Noble for the gift certificates! Thanks for listening. Life is short and we love you.
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!