sit kitty sit
…and we are BACK!
Like many of you, we were a little unprepared last week and made an 11th hour decision not to record the show. We do apologize to our scheduled guest, Andii Rose, for the late notice and hope to get her rescheduled later this summer. So in the meantime, do us a favor and check out the link to her FB and music.
This week we were able to utilize the technology of the FUTURE (now)!!!! A big thanks to Zoom Cloud Meeting Pro for being available to help us make this show happen even during a global health crisis. We have recorded a show in disparate locations and STILL had a great time.
Continuing with Week 3 of Women’s March, in a Worst Little Podcast first, we bring you The Grimtones in a live, teleconferenced episode of the show. If you know the show, you know Michelle Belle and Carter Stellon are longtime friends of WLP and co-conspirators with Dogwater Studios.
Originally, they were supposed to come on to promote and upcoming show (with Sit Kitty Sit… who showed us the Zoom app so we can do their podcast in a couple weeks), shich has since been cancelled …. (but according to sources, MAY still happen over the interwebz, so stay tuned). So, we hung out and talked about their release from last December, the
plague COVID-19 health crisis, and how we’ve all been faring in lockdown.
They also treat us to some actual live acoustic music! We get just a couple songs off the CD “Nine Lives” (which you can check out everywhere online), but mostly, we get whole new iterations, unique utterances, of some great Grimtones tunes.
Live we say in the show, we hope everyone out there is staying safe and isn’t in dire need of anything. Most importantly, we do encourage everyone to wash their hands and stay home as much as possible – especially resident nurse, Kadillac Kim! If nothing happens, we did our jobs.
We also wanted to list some important information here too, regarding public assistance if you or anyone you know is facing financial jeopardy during this time. Please avail yourself of these resources:
If you need to apply for Unemployment Insurance, or want to simply find out if you are eligible, officials suggest applying right away and thank you for your patience in this time of need and uncertainty. You can apply at http://detr.nv.gov
If you need help resetting your UIB password or username, please visit http://gov.nv.gov/Forms/Unemployment/
If you want to apply for SNAP (food stamps) or Medical coverage, and the Governor encourages every Nevadan without insurance to apply (so no one is without adequate medical care at this time), please apply for your benefits at http://dwss.nv.gov
Washoe County School District and the Food Bank of Northern Nevada are continuing to serve pickup meals for all children 18 and under at area elementary schools and middle schools. Get more information at https://www.washoeschools.net/Page/14379
Keep your nose clean – and thanks for listening.
Hello! Welcome again to the Worst Little Podcast. It looks like somebody has a case of the doom blues this week. Nick, Kim and Rick are here to bring you some great music and quirky shenanigans from newcomers to the Reno music scene, Ozymandias! We’re all pretty excited about this week’s band and you should be too. Press play!
Ozymandias, formed in May of this year and recently featured in the Reno News and Review, is Sahara Harrington, Daniel Lee, Ray Huarte and Jacob Rosol. They’re excited to be recording their first EP this weekend in San Francisco. Catch them next November 15th at Shea’s, where they’ll join Drouth, Dissidence, and Flesh to Dust. Thanks so much to the band for hanging out with us this week! We will keep you updated with their EP release date and upcoming shows.
If you don’t go out this weekend did you even Reno? Here’s where we will all be:
Friday – Off Beat Music Festival 2018 – Chapel Tavern featuring podcast guests Outlaw Kindred, San Francisco native Travis Hayes, locals Dainesly, and headliner Blitzen Trapper! 7PM 21+ $15
Head to HQ to catch a great punk lineup with Basement Tapes, The Habituals, Donkey Jaw, & The Dialers. 8PM 21+ only $5!
Saturday – Don’t miss our friends Sit Kitty Sit & Roxxy Collie at HQ! 8PM 21+ $5
Beyond – Monday night see our friends Kanawha with Pound, Neck Of The Woods, and Blinded Youth at Jub Jub’s. 8PM 21+ $5
Big thanks and a shout out goes to our newest Patreon donor, Melanie. She’s a long time listener and a really rad gal. If you want to be like Melanie and support your local music scene, click through to the Patreon and pledge a few bucks. We really appreciate our donors, and our bands do too! Help us so we can continue to record great live music every week, for free. Thanks for listening!
They are back and in perfect form – ladies and gentlemen, our good friends, Sit Kitty Sit!! Mike Thompson and Kat Downs are back in the studio for their yearly pilgrimage to Dogwater Studios – and this year, it was just for fun! They literally came to Reno to be on our podcast and play the most amazing songs for us to share with you! That not only includes the new track “Creeping”, but also a completely new, unrecorded track!!! (SKS fans should be changing their underwear right about now….twice)
The show is kind of a mess – but its always a good mess with SKS. The first 40 minutes are literally just hanging out with them and saying hello. Jump ahead if you want – they then play a block of 4(?) songs, ripping into us with the opening songs of their current set. FUCK! They’re so good! Sit Kitty Sit is jut moments (or weeks) away from heading back out to the East Coast to do an end of summer tour in Mike’s homeland. It’s a little ‘open ended’ of a tour, so if you know of a venue that needs them in the NE US, just hit them up on Facebook the night before you want them there. I’m sure it’ll be no problem.
The most interesting things happen to these folks. It’s not just cause they know how to find the coolest things; they create an atmosphere for cool things to happen to them. We all should be a little more like Sit Kitty Sit. Drink the Kool-Aid.
And thanks for Listening.
I love my friends!
It’s always great to work with your friends and this week is chock full of Friends of the Show! In studio, we once again have the incomparable, Sit Kitty Sit, a hard piano rock band from San Francisco. Kat and Mike routinely play shows up here, for Marianarchy, for Starfleet and the USO and just for fun. It was soooo good to see them again this weekend while they lounged at the luxurious Dogwater Manor like rockstars.
Other friends on the show – Chewie was back in the studio again this week, but Nick was not. Mr Ramirez was attending a hoity toity birthday party in honor of the talented and prolific Reno painter, Greg Allen. Greg is, as you may know, the beneficiary of last year’s Marianarchy. We have a great phone interview with him wishing him a happy birthday.
Also, at the beginning of the show is an open letter from WLP Booking Manager, Jamie Lynn, about another Marianarchy beneficiary, Tom Plunkett. Tommy took very ill over the weekend and was admitted to the ICU and put on life support. I’m happy to let you know that, at the time of this posting, Tom is lucid and eating and drinking on his own, albeit limitedly. Tommy has a long road of recovery ahead of him, again, so please keep him in your thoughts.
And finally, while The Rev had to duck out to go set up the Blazing Mics open mic night at Jub Jub’s, Lucas Young and Kyler Mosconi stop by the show and crash it at the end!
Thanks for Listening!