Today I’m talking to two of my favorite podcasters, Kat and Jethro Gilligan Toth of The Box of Oddities! If you’re looking for quick bites of fun, interesting, creepy topics and subjects, then this is the place for you.
Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing the creator, host, and narrator of the podcast Let’s Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast, Andrew Tate. A podcast with a unique twist on the horror that also straddles the line of true crime told by first-hand accounts.
When I say “Emo,” what bands do you think of? What comes to mind first? For me, it’s Taking Back Sunday, Lostprophets, Hawthorne Heights, Senses Fail, The Used, Dashboard Confessional, hell, maybe even Panic! At the Disco and Fall Out Boy.
I discovered Obscura: A True Crime Podcast a couple of years ago, and it instantly became a must-listen. Justin’s passion for storytelling and journalism is apparent in the amount of work that goes into each episode, and how they are compiled.
I could go on forever about my top favorite video game soundtracks (which I probably will do at some point), but, today I want to talk about when the soundtrack is the game. I’m referring to nothing other than the “Rhythm” genre.
While Phil is “new” to the vinyl game in terms of collecting and selling, he is a huge supporter of the Vinyl and Music Communities. Phil steps up for local bands and offers space in his store for them to sell their merchandise, with 100% of the profits going directly to the bands themselves. How many of your local stores have you seen do this?! Like I said–Phil is an incredible guy.
Today, I’m proud to introduce my first interview to Vinyl Writer Music, which I’m so grateful and honored to be a part of. For my first entry, I’ve got my first roommate and close personal friend of mine, who is also an emerging musical artist, vocalist, songwriter, beat maker and producer, Caleb Farah A.K.A (Professor).
A.M. Radio is a column which celebrates all that Columnist Anthony Montalbano is most passionate about: music, podcasts, electronics, and whatever the hell he feels like writing about.