reno punk rock
What started as a Halloween Cramps cover band just over a year ago has become one of the hottest and most talked about Reno rock bands in quite some time: I’m talking about the haute trash rock group Pussy Velour! With Wolfgang on vocals, Claire on electric guitar, Cale bass and Quinn drums, Pussy Velour is an electrifying garage rock band with mad scientist chemistry.
Wolfgang is no stranger to the spotlight, having played in bands since he was 14, but his bandmates are relatively new to the art of rocking. Claire’s first time on stage was their first show; You couldn’t tell though. They feel like a band that has already toured the country and are ready to tear it up – any time, any place.
Pussy Velour boldly brings it in the tradition of The Cramps, Iggy Pop, The Ramones, and more obscure sounds like Dub Narcotic Sound System meets The John Spencer Blues Explosion in a Dancehall style, but punker.
Its rock and roll for the people, embracing the beautiful freaks, weirdos, and misfits. Let your flag fly!
If it’s not dangerous it’s not real rock and roll. Their live shows aren’t planned; whatever happens is the show, keeping each performance spontaneous and unique – dirty, sexy, wild, fun and in your face!
We also recap the fantastic Reno Punk Rock Flea Market: Fleas The Season event and this weeks quiz is a gem – a sexy, sexy gem.
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And we’re back! (once again…) Shifting directly into high gear, we have most of a great, high-energy band on this week. 3/4 of Last One Down was able to join us in the studio and play some tracks from their latest release, “Failing Dreams.” If you like 90s punk; if you like pop punk; if you like skate punk, you’re going to dig their sound.
Last One Down has been around for a couple of years, but have been making some waves for themselves in 2022. They are ‘of an age’ of many of the fans and hosts of the show and their music reflects that – nostalgic and new at the same time. The Rev felt transported, back to the 90s when life was irresponsible and credit scores were a thing other people worried about. For the regular listeners of the show – these guys came ready to play (and I don’t think they’re listeners, just naturally a little twisted). We also have a segment where we try some Taco Truck flavored jelly beans – this is peak fake radio stuff!
Lost of shows on the calendar to promote this week: First up, we want to make sure everyone knows about the D.R.I. 40th anniversary tour at the Elbow Room on October 25. Get your tickets now and lets all show up for some great fucking punk rock. This weekend though our pick is One Ton Dually with Heterophobia and Deaf Animals over at the Cellar Stage on Friday Night. The very next night, check out an exclusive engagement at the Cellar Stage with Voted Best Band & Guests (fuckin love those guys). …Honestly, it’s late and we promoted a bunch of shows at the end of this episode, so … listen for yourself (and we’ll post links as we get closer to everything, like Marianarchy and The Flea.)
Anyway – enjoy the show and thanks for Listening!
Horror, surf, metal, industrial and punk rock; Franky’s Chop Shop has it all. It’s he perfect soundtrack for a hard rockin’ bikini beach bash from hell! We get into the making of this new project from the mad mind of Murderock‘s Franky (Chris Alexander).
This just in: (That’s right, you heard it here first) Keith (Jewett) still hates fun. He loves books though! He and Dogwater Dick talk about their book club “member”ship (inset Beavis and Butthead laugh… heh… I said ‘insert’) Drummer Carlos Pintor wasn’t able to make it (possibly on Franky’s operating table).
Joining Franky and Keith is their member from another band, the always delightful Freddy Ferox (Murderock/Sonic Dead/Candy Apple and the Razorblades) who is just along for the ride this week. He does provide stiff competition in the quiz (heh heh). Nick and Dick make sure to drive that bus off the gross cliff this week – not to yuck anyone’s yum, but: have fun.
Sadly, Murderock’s FINAL SHOW is going to be later this month – 10/30 at Alturas’ Cellar , with A Wormhole Could Kill Us All and Hired Fun. From the desk of Nick Ramirez: “I know I speak for the whole podcast when I say we’re truly going to muss you, Murderock. Y’all killed it. RIP”
We also get into the Marianarchy lineup this year – getting started tomorrow at The Bluebird at 6 pm! Please check it the event out for silent auction and please throw some love to the Marianarchy GoFundme page.
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Hello everyone. It is June and we are already in the middle of some nightmarish heatwave! But that isn’t important; what’s important is this week’s wonderful guest: Pierre Marche, here with us with his third EP and his muse/sort-of producer, Loren! Pierre’s music is currently streaming on all platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, BandCamp, etc.), so if you like what you hear, be sure to check him out on there! .
Throughout the wonderfully terrible pandemic, unlike a lot of people who just sat around complaining about lockdown, Pierre and Loren traveled a bunch, and even went to Mexico; Pierre was also very musically active during COVID, and he worked on a lot of great things (some of which you’ll get to hear about if you listen to the episode).
Anything else you wanna know, you’re just gonna have to listen to the show. Not that you don’t already plan on it, this stuff isn’t even that interesting to read anyways, but in case you were indecisive, listen to the show, hear some great music and the normal…chaos of everyone! – RaggMopp
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“You ever stare at people weirdly and listen to a song together?” is the best question of this episode and it wasn’t even asked by a host.
“The Randy Savages are a pop-punk wrestling collective who do not identify as a band, they prefer “Punk Rock Wrestling Accompaniment.”” They emulate and create odes dedicated to the life and times of legendary superstar of the 80s and 90s professional wrestling circuit, Randy Savage. Truly a pinnacle of art and sophistication that we had the privilege of bearing witness to – ok, really, the show is a shitshow, like any other, but a really exciting one! 90% more yelling!
The latest The Randy Savages album was recorded at Noise Eater Recordings and is available on Voted Best Records’ bandcamp page. Really, though: It’s everywhere. Just search it and it will magically appear. The latest release “All My Life” continues the saga of the struggle and life of their namesake
Originally, this show was booked to feature Jesse Williams and his solo album, “I Tried” (also recorded at Noise Eater and out from Voted Best Records), so… check that out too. But these The Randy Savages just took over everything. oh yeah! We did also get to spend some time with the brains and talent behind Noise Eater Recordings, Olav Tabatabai, who seems like a genuinely nice and talented fellow. No idea of why he’s working with these weirdos.
Well, that’s a lot of pictures and very few words – I feel good about that.
Thanks For Listening.
Hello! Welcome to the Worst Little Podcast. This week Nick, Kim, and Rick welcome Tom, Eric, and Billy from Ugly Orphans to the show. They brought a bunch of brand new punk rock with them and gave some hilarious quiz answers. Press play for a whole lot of Podcast exclusives!
We’re back next week with Glynn Osburn and Sean Pearson. Thanks for listening!
Hello! Welcome back to Reno’s favorite podcast, as voted by Reno News & Review readers! We appreciate all the votes and we’ll keep working hard to bring you great shows featuring Reno’s vibrant art and music scene. Speaking of, this week we’ve got Heterophobia in the studio with a whole bunch of new to you songs! Press play!
Heterophobia is Cactus – Drum things; Bread Loaf (no relation to Meatloaf) – Bass; Alex, the Bald Ball Gazer – Guitar; Jace – Guitar/Vox.
Go like their Facebook and follow all their socials to keep track of album releases and show dates. They’re playing next at Everything Sucks Fest 2019 Day 2 at Shoe Tree Brewing Company in Carson City, at Jub Jub’s with Sarchasm, Slumped, and friend of the show Bat Country (click here for his episode!), followed by their appearance August 31st at Bobolobo Fest at Wingfield park. There’s also a new album coming soon! Thanks to Heterophobia for being here!
Again, big thanks to all of you who voted for us for best Reno podcast. If you like what we do head to our Patreon page and donate to the show. At the $5 level you get exclusive access to our weekly sound check pre-show! We’re back next week with brand new Reno band Cell. Thanks for listening!
Hello! We’re podcasting live from the recent past this week with our friends Boss’ Daughter! Fresh off their Rock Bautumn tour, they’re here recording a bunch of songs (including some brand new ones!) and filling us in on what they’ve been up since we last had them on the show four years ago. (Check out that episode here.) Listen up to hear Tinder murder stories, learn about the band’s drunken alter egos, and to hear what is next for them. Press play!
Voted Reno’s most fun party band (by us), Boss’ Daughter is Chris Fox – Guitar/Vocals, Danny Paul – Bass/Vocals, and Jamie Locks on the Drums, joined by John Underwood – horns/banjo.
Thanks to the band for being here this week! We love the folks in Boss’ Daughter and all their various other bands and projects. They’re some of the hardest working Reno musicians and we look forward to what’s next for this great bunch of dudes. They’re Playing Skate Jam at Jub Jub’s in February, and be sure to check out their show at Shea’s Friday!
Don’t miss any of these shows this weekend:
Friday – Boss’ Daughter/John Dough Boys/Six Mile Station/Outlaw Kindred at Shea’s – $6 – 9pm – 21+
Day one of Marianarchy, benefiting Otto Von Danger at Jub Jub’s 5PM $10 21+ Lineup:
11:45pm Pink Awful
11pm Roxxy Collie
10:15 Vague Choir
9:30 Weapons of Mass Creation
8:45 Basement Tapes
8pm Moons of Vega
7:15 The NERV
5:30 Doyle Stewart
5pm Nick Ramirez
Saturday – Day two of //Marianarchy, a Benefit for Otto Von Danger at Jub Jub’s 3PM $10 21+ Lineup:
11:30 Reno We Have A Problem
10:45 Eddie and the Subtitles
10pm One Ton Dually
9:15 Evil Ash
8:30 Wily Savage (LosAngeles)
7:45 SLUKA (SanDiego)
7pm 2 Inch Fist
5:30 Erin Drive
4:45 Cowboy Indian
4pm Outlaw Kindred
3:30 Tom Plunkett
Sunday – Check out Garage Pop Rock N Roll duo Bruiser Queen at Jub Jub’s Doors @ 7 Show @ 8 $5 21+
Don’t forget that you can contribute to our Patreon if you want to support local music! Can’t wait to see all you crazy kids at Marianarchy this weekend. Say hi when you see us! As always, thanks for listening.
Hello! It’s a very special holiday show here at the Worst Little Podcast! All our hosts are in the studio to bring you the cast of Good Luck Macbeth’s Golden Girls Holiday Special! Nick brought his guitar and is singing about how thankful he is, which leads us into a round of sappy and heartwarming thank-yous to this rad fucking city we’re privileged to be part of. We’re recapping our crazy awesome week, sharing what we’re thankful for, diving deep into the Golden Girls play, and talking about what to look forward to at Marianarchy. Press play for holiday gaiety!
In the studio this week is Ian Sorenson, Chris Daniels, Bill Ware, and Nick Ramirez. All are starring in the Golden Girls Holiday Special starting this Friday November 30th at Good Luck Macbeth. Click here for tickets. Get them fast because this show will sell out!
From the event page:
In this parody production, audiences will see drag queens reenact all of the holiday episodes from the series.
Directed by Ashley Marie James
November 30th December 22nd
30th, 1st, 2nd*, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th,9th*, 15th, 16th*, 19th, 20, 21, 22
Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door. GLM is excited to offer Champagne and Cheesecake Bite VIP seating for this production. These front row tickets are $30
All performances begin at 7:30pm/House Opens at 7:00pm, except for our matinee performances which begin at 2:00pm/House opens at 1:30pm
* Denotes a matinee performance
We can’t wait to see GLM’s latest production. I’ve already got my ticket for opening night! Hope to see you there!
We’ve got a listing of all the best turkey day and post holiday gatherings in the City. Escape your drunk racist uncle and head out for the night!
Thursday – Thanksgiving Potluck featuring Camz at HQ $10 ALL YOU CAN DRINK WELL DRINKS AND SELECT DRAFTS 10PM-MIDNIGHT! 10PM 21+ No cover!
Friday – Skip the big box stores and buy something you really need at Black Friday Record Store Day at Recycled Records! Specials all day. Donations go to the Humane Society. Bring a donation of cat food for something free off the dollar rack! 9AM
Black Friday Hardcore Decompression at HQ ft Grimedog and NOFU 7:30PM 21+ $3
HTR 13 late show w/ namefollowedbynumber, Beercan! & Sucka Punch 11PM 21+ No cover.
We sincerely thank you, listeners, for being part of our lives and for supporting the scene here in Reno. We love that you let us be part of this amazing community. Please go to our Patreon to help support the work we do. We will be back next week with much buzzed about newcomers to the scene, So Sol! Thanks for listening!
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.