Welcome all to the last, and late episode of our Women’s March. For the record – it was recorded in March, so nyah.
We are happy to have our good friends, a new and improved Raksha Paksha on the show this week. The duo is now a trio! Carolyn and Shaolin Gates are joined by multi-talented bassist, Kat MacMartin! Kat’s talents extend far past the bass, as you’ll hear in the interview.
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to rig it up for any live music, but the ladies did bring a few tracks for us to use. Their new album is due to come out sometime this year, as long as the planet doesn’t eat us all first. Head over to their Facebook page or the Raksha Paksha website in order to stay on top of their activities.
Well, I don’t have much else but a reminder to stay the fuck home, keep healthy, mentally and physically, and eat your greens for 4/20.
Thanks again to Zoom for hosting our podcast during the duration of the health crisis – totally not a modern plague.
Thanks for listening.
Hello! This week we’ve got Carolyn and Shaolin Gates of Raksha Paksha in the studio! This is their second appearance on the show (listen to their episode from March of 2017 here). We’re getting angsty and nostalgic. We laughed! We cried! We had a lot of fun! Join us on the emotional roller coaster that is this weeks Worst Little Podcast!
Playing together since 2014, Raksha Paksha is a duo producing an indie pop rock sound infused with jazz influence and all the intimacy and thoughtfulness of the singer-songwriter genre. Keep an eye out on their Facebook page for upcoming shows, including details for their next show at Marianarchy. Thanks a ton to the Gates gal’s for being on the show!
If you’re interested in playing Marianarchy let us know! Send an email or reach out to Kim or Rory on Facebook. Nick is having technical difficulties with his Facebook account so he isn’t seeing your messages. Marianarchy is happening May 17th and 18th at Jub Jub’s. Stay tuned for updates about that coming soon.
Check out a couple of rad shows this weekend. Here’s where I’ll be:
Friday – See our pals Los Pistoleros at The Bluebird Reno 9pm 21+ $5
Saturday – Don’t ,miss Reno’s original emo night, Drink-182 : March Sadness featuring live emo tunes from All Hype No Heart 9PM 21+ $5
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Welcome to this weeks Worst/Best Little Podcast! This week live from the recent, snowy past, we have Cowboy Indian. This is one damn entertaining episode – who knew these guys were so funny? Press play for scary German phrases, John’s big black strap-on, and squirrel dumplings!
Heavily influenced by yacht rock, Cowboy Indian formed expressly to write songs for the laaaaadies. Three different eras of sexy Elvis, Cowboy Indian is Lucas, John, and Jimmy Revolver.
See Cowboy Indian next March 8th at the Saint with the Squirrel Nut Zippers, then at Pignic for 4/20. Thanks for the tunes and the laughs, guys!
Holy hell, Reno. Last week was so epic. I think it broke my brain. This weekend won’t be any different. Go do these things:
Thursday – Everyone’s favorite monthly folk showcase, Loud As Folk, returns this Thursday night at Pignic! Featuring podcast staples John White and Jonie Blinman, plus the Wolf Creek Boys from Grass Valley, and more! 8PM 21+ $5 suggested donation goes to support KWNK radio.
Friday – Check out Raksha Paksha at The Jungle at 9PM 21+
Saturday – Head to Davidson’s for A Day Of Beetus! With Reno, We Have A Problem and One Ton Dually! It’s gonna be a shit show of the most entertaining variety. 9PM 21+ No cover
Sunday – Reno folk art+really good punk show. Live! featuring Robbers Roost (Washington folks. V good), Heterophobia (Reno Queer/Punk V fast), Bat Country (Something weird.), and Maggot (It’s 2 people now!) at the Potentialist. It’s gonna be a good time. 7PM All ages.
Don’t forget to check out our Patreon if you like what you hear or support our mission of archiving Reno music for free. We do tricks for money. Make your requests now! Thanks for listening, Reno. See you next week when we kick off our month long series, Women’s March, celebrating our badass lady musicians. Next week is Slutzville!
Worst Little Podcast – S7 E17 – Download Link
Welcome to this weeks VERY not safe for work (or anywhere, really) episode of The Worst Little Podcast! This week we’re reflecting on awkward first porn experiences with Reno hardcore band Down and Out. Come for the gay jokes and tentacle porn and stay for the music and Nathan’s phone number. Down and Out is made up of Ian Ferriot- Vocals, Nathan Koop- Guitar\Vocals, Daryl Smith- Guitar, Colin Ferriot- Bass\Vocals, and Kyle Smith- Drums.
Down and Out just wrapped up recording their first EP and have recently played with Reno punk rock staples Reno, We Have a Problem and Jukebox Rebels in Fallon, as well as opening for Booze and Glory at Shea’s. Keep an eye on their Facebook and Instagram for upcoming show dates and listen in to hear a handful of the hard rocking, anger channeling tracks that were recorded live from the recent past, just for you, loyal listeners. Thanks again to Down and Out for joining us this week. Y’all are the tits. Join us next week when we welcome Trevor Snowden to the studio for more of the weekly shenanigans you have come to expect from the dedicated professionals (lol) at Worst Little Podcast.
While you’re waiting for Down and Out to play another Reno show you should support your local music scene. As always there’s no shortage of live shows in Reno this weekend and lucky for you I’ve picked your best bets already so you don’t have to! Friday, June 16th see Viva Revenge. Prince Robot, and Slutsville share a stage at Jub Jub’s. Saturday is Reno’s biggest and best folk showcase, Loud As Folk (event link), with Six Mile Station and Cowboy Indian opening for Hellbound Glory (!!!). It’s at new bat time and a new bat venue (RIP Adam West), 2 p.m., June 17th at The Eddy. After Loud As Folk, take a short walk to The Basement for some indie jazz/rock with Raksha Paksha and Reno anthem singer Grace Hayes at 8 p.m. If you haven’t been to the Basement (in the old Post Office) this is the perfect chance to fix that!
Go do things and don’t forget to stay classy, Reno. Or stay Reno classy. You do you.
Thanks for listening!