July 6, 2019

Weekend Listening: Brittany Howard - History Repeats

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Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes is putting out a solo project and I am stoked! I love this artist and already love this first listen to what we are in store for. Full length comes out this fall.


Other mentions of Brittany and Alabama Shakes can be found here.

July 2, 2019

TSOANTTC: Michael Croland



This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Michael Croland, author of Oy Oy Oy Gevalt and Punk Rock Hora.



Some things we discussed this month:

Punk Torah
Artists Beit Midrash
Rabbi Patrick Beaulier
Wandering Jews of Astoria
Chrisie Reeves-Pendergrass
(Adam's other podcast with Chrisie is Instructions for Living a Life)
David Finnegan-Hosey's book Christ on the Psych Ward
(David was on Jason's podcast A New Thing last year)
Jeya So of Anchor City Church (San Diego, CA)
(Here's an article on Jeya)
Hate5Six.com

Thanks to YidcoreMoshiach Oi!KlunkThe Schleps and CAN!!CAN for letting us use their music (go support these artists!). If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you.

Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.

June 18, 2019

Hyper Focus: Cameron Joplin of Magnitude



On this first HyperFocus segment, Adam and Jason talk with Cameron Joplin of Magnitude about their new release To Whatever Fateful End on Triple B Records. We talk about The Cure, filling in for Sect and creating Magnitude's first full-length.



Cameron also plays in Ecostrike and will be touring with both Magnitude and Ecostrike this summer. Check social media for dates near you and pick up their new album!

Special thanks to Not Beneath for the use of their track in the intro. Additional thanks to Triple B Records and Magnitude for letting us share their music.

June 4, 2019

TSOANTTC: Leanor Ortega Till of Five Iron Frenzy



This month, Adam, Dan and Jason talk with Leanor Ortega Till, member of Five Iron Frenzy and The Fast Feeling, as well as, being a "spiritual entrepreneur" with Urban Skye in Denver, CO. Leanor also co-produced the documentary Pick It Up! Ska In The 90'scheck out the trailer.



Some of the "new things" discussed this month were:

Scum of the Earth (Denver, CO)
Denver Homeless Out Loud (Denver, CO)
Urban Skye (Denver, CO)
Mission 98 (Denver, CO)
Church on Tap (Wilmington, NC)
Cyclical PCC (Canada)

Thanks to Five Iron Frenzy and The Fast Feeling for letting us use their music (go check out the video for The Fast Feeling song, "Factions"). If you'd like to hear the entire playlist of bands discussed in this episode, check out the Spotify playlist. Make sure to Like our Facebook page and tell us what you're listening to and what new faith communities might be inspiring you.

Special thanks to Matt Traxler and Steadfast Records for the use of Brandtson's music.

Check it out!