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Episode 501! This is not the greatest pod in the world, this is just a tribute!
Juggs Black & Kans Gass (Amy and Jen Scaffidi (Wizard Colors, Blunderbusst)) of Tenacious Double D join us for our 501st episode and third installment of season 13’s salute to women on the scene. We love when the Double D (uh hmm) come and visit us in the last few seasons – it’s become a highlight of our year. The Double Supreme!
(If you’re not familiar with the greatest band in the world, Tenacious D, google it. The ladies’ tribute is always a special treat with their adorable sisterly love and sweet, blood harmonies.)
Also joining us are Kadillac Kim’s homies from the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market, Ray Frost and Cisco. They are visiting today to talk about the upcoming Punk Rock Prom! The Prom will feature friends of the show: Ozymandias, Heterophobia, and Pussy Velour.
That’s right, Kim’s back! Ian’s back! And Percy the intern is back!
Here’s to the next 500, life is short and we love you.
Thanks for listening!
Hello, loyal listeners! Rev. Rory here and it’s good to be back from my sojourn deep into the land of Navel Contemplation. As usual, a lot on tonight’s show was completely unexpected – including my appearance on the Patreon portion of the show (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, follow the link and subscribe). It really is great to be back on the bus with my podcast cohorts and friends.
First up, we take some time to talk with Jessi ‘Sprocket’ Janusee, Communications Director at The Generator and Founder of the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market, a dynamic makerspace extravaganza, now celebrating it’s 5th year! The Generator has just opened at it’s new location this year – a warehouse space almost twice the size of the last, leading to more opportunity for controlled chaos and fun. The event is going to be pretty insane, with everything from local art vendors to a regional punk rock band lineup with over 25 acts to Drag Queen Story Time for the kiddos to a pugil stick gladiator ring and much much more. It’s really one of the best local events around – and you can’t beat the price $5 per day or $8 for both days, leeaving you that much more money to buy local art! And if you’re interested, you can inquire about becoming a member of The Generator and taking advantage of all their makerspace and educaiton al opportunities throughout the whole year!
We also welcome back to the show our good friend, Eric Marks. Eric is the bassist for Enslave the Creation, a local technical metal band, and that’s how you met him before. But! There is so much more to this restless creative. In addition to bassing, Eric is also a well known photojournalist whose images have appeared in many local magazines and journals (Reno News and Review, This Is Reno, Reno Tahoe Tonight). He is also the lens behind the images of Reno Street Photography, a more artistic and ground-level view of some of the corners of our fair city. We talk a lot about his work over the years.
If you’re keeping your ear to the ground, you probably already know this, but in case you don’t: Psychedelic Jazz Rock Group, Apollo Suns, from Winnipeg MB Canada, is rolling through Reno on April 14th for their “Relationships of Force Tour”. The group is absolutely going to blow your mind and the doors off at The Elbow Room in Sparks. Starting at 8:30, local Nuclear Funk group (and upcoming podcast guests), Phat Mark, will open up the night and get you feeling right! Follow this link for details!
That’s all I know, folks. SO, as usual: Thanks for Listening
Do ya like punk rock, kid? I can get you some punk rock right here.
Ummm Jr, Reno noise aficionados and scream mechanics, are the next victim to be drawn into the WLP lair. They stasrt out with a bang and just keep going. There are no slow songs, no chance to breath. Just crazy mad, crazy fast and crazy fun.
Ummm Jr is Taylor, Andrew, Derek and DAVID (yes, it is David. I listened to the show and checked). They have been quick to insinuate themselves as one of the bands you want to play with. The music, while loud, screamy and raw, is terribly dancy and rather catchy. It’s not hard to see why everyone wants them on their bill.
Thanks for listening!
S9 E2 – Ice and snow be damned! Nothing stops the podcast, especially not when we have a guest like Bryan Jones to grace the studio. To catch you up to speed, Bryan is a seasoned Reno musician, notably with Buster Blue, but consistently with his own solo work, including his current project, Buffalo Moses. After a brief sojourn in the far off hinterlands of… Seattle, Jones returns to Reno to really
sabotage launch his career by making an appearance on our show.
The conversation swings about wildly as we relentlessly pepper Jones with questions, often simultaneously. He calmly answers most of our questions, with the patience of a weary teacher dealing with unruly children. The music, of course, is top-notch – including some brand-new WLP EXCLUSIVE tracks.
In other Reno news, don’t forget to check out the Reno Punk Rock Flea Market this weekend! 18 bands, dozens of local DIY vendors, a children’s corner, car smashing and more! If you missed it last year and spent the year rolling your eyes while you listened to everyone else talk about how rad it was, DON’T DO THAT AGAIN! It’s as cool as we say it is – trust me!
For more community events and local activities, check out Reverend Rory’s event listings over at This Is Reno (our proud sponsor)!
Hello! This week we welcome newcomers Eden’s Sleeves to the show. We have a super special new intern (listen up to find out who!) and a whole bunch of new music for you. We’ve even got some big Podcast news from This Is Reno and we’re catching up with our own Mr. Nick Ramirez about his latest play, The Dresser! Press play!
This grunge influenced garage band consists of Jacob (previously on the show with Erin Drive) – Drums, Gunner – vocals, and Max – guitar. Like their Facebook page here to keep up with the band. Thanks for coming on the show, guys.
Check out this handful of rad shows coming up this weekend:
Friday – Dylan Coffman, Eddie & Subtitles, Gina Rose, Shit Metaphor at the Holland Project. 7PM $5 All ages.
San Rokera and So Sol at Dead Ringer. 8PM 21+ $5
Saturday – The Grimtones live at 10 Torr. 7:30PM 21+ No cover.
Beyond – Don’t forget to get your tickets for the second annual Reno Punk Rock Flea Market happening February 9th and 10th at the Generator! Catch the Atomiks, Kevin Seconds, Eddie and the Subtitles, Basement Tapes, our own One Ton Dually and more!
Also hit the Flea Market kick-off party at Dead Ringer Analog bar with the Scattering, Animal 13 (Grass Valley), and the always hilarious Felipendejo!
If you like what we do click through to our Patreon and donate to the show. All the money goes straight to Rick to compensate him for his hard work! We appreciate all of our donors. Thanks you! We’re back next week with the one and only Bryan Jones, aka Buffalo Moses! Thanks for listening!
Greetings and welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! This week we sat down with Shane from Reno’s own Bat Country. Press play to find out if the podcast lives down to everything Shane hoped for! We’ve got band news, bad jokes, and great music that you’ll only hear on the Worst Little Podcast!
Shane is the center piece of Bat Country’s amorphous collective of folk-punk musicians, but according to Bandcamp, the latest EP had contributions by:
Shane: Vox, Guitar, Playful Banter, Lyrics
Shilpa: Vox, Glockenspiel
Jonny: Drums, Bass, Production, Vox
Roo: Ukulele, Vox, Kazoo
Michael: Melodica, Violin
Head over to Bandcamp to download Bat Country’s latest release, a split album with Bargain Socks, produced by Jonathan Rolling. Follow the band on Facebook and Instagram for exclusive content and show dates! Catch Bat Country next March 4th at The Potentialist with swing-time, rag-punk band, Robbers Roost.
Thanks so much to Bat Country for the hangs and the tunes. We are even bigger fans now and we’re looking forward to seeing you in a basement or tunnel soon!
This weekend I’ll probably be at these excellent shows. If you see me, say hi! Let me immortalize you on our Instagram! Here’s my short list:
Kanawha/Flood Fire Death Drought/Shreddie Van Halen, 9 PM at The Saint
The Electric and Sad Giants LIVE at the Saint 8 PM at The Saint
Scott Yoder + Johnny Harpo LIVE! 9 PM at Pignic
Glaare, Fearing, Werewolf Club, Skew Ring and The Dancing Plague 8 PM at the Saint
The first ever Reno Punk Rock Flea Market is fast approaching. Be sure to RSVP here to stay up on RPRFM news, band lineup, and how to get involved.
Don’t forget to click through to our Patreon! For just $1 a week you can support your
sober starving artist friends here at the Worst Little Podcast. Thanks to this week’s freshest patrons: Aaron, Nick, Stacey, and Xenobia!
Thanks from the bottom of our hearts and beers for listening. Catch us this time next week for Josiah Knight!
Welcome! Kim and Rory played hooky this week, but fortunately our other hosts Nick, Chewy, and Dogwater Dick were present to pick up the slack. Press play right now to hear some SUPER SECRET (okay, it’s not secret, but it is SUPER) Grimtones news that you’ll only hear on the Worst Little Podcast! This weeks show has everything – astrology, tales of auto-erotic asphyxiation, and uncomfortable silences. Pretty much in that order!
Our guest this week is Reno
Jackson 5 cover band experimental, psychedelic alt-rock band, Blacklisted. Established in 2015, Blacklisted is what happens when you form a band while on drugs (calm down, it’s legal now!). The band is busy writing new music and is planning on a spate of February and March shows.
Many thanks to Blacklisted for gracing our studio for this weeks show. Next week we have the elusive and mysterious Bat Country as our musical guest. Rory and Kim will be back and Kim will be sharing some exciting details about the first ever Reno Punk Rock Flea Market.
Don’t forget to click through to our Patreon. Rick works hard all week and spends his night off recording/archiving Reno bands for FREE. So kick some funds down. Feel like you want a little something in return for your scratch? We’ll do just about anything. Want some stickers? We’ve got stickers. Advertising? Our silky radio voices are primed and ready. Want us to host topless? Hit us up.
Thursday – Gina Rose / Dead Country Gentlemen / The Grimtones at St. James Infirmary. 21+ 9PM NO COVER
Friday – Roxxy Collie & Gina Rose at Pignic! 21+ 9PM NO COVER
Saturday – Prince Robot CD Release Party with Pink Awful and Corner Store 21+ 9PM NO COVER
See you next week. Thanks for listening!