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The Vinyl Guide

If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related. Nate is a 40+ year vinyl collector, owns some of the most highly desired titles and enjoys them thoroughly. The Vinyl Guide is his journey through the history of music to speak with the artists and technicians who made music history and get the stories behind the records.

Jun 27, 2022

L7 are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the LP "Bricks Are Heavy" with as reissue and tour. Today co-founder, guitarist, songwriter Donita Sparks shares the journey across several decades & multiple record labels to celebrate this record and many more.

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Jun 6, 2022

Songwriter, keyboardist, producer and gear-nerd Marco Benevento has emerged from Covid with a new album and refreshed perspective. Today we discuss the process, the environment, gear and influences Marco uses to create his music.

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  • Looking at Fred Short Studios v2.0
  • Who was Fred Short?
  • Marco is a record...

May 30, 2022

Cypress Hill has sold over 20 million records since their debut. Sen Dog discusses the longevity of this beloved band, the association with weed, crossing-over with rock and metal, the early days, the pressures of follow-up albums, the master tapes, the vinyl, the new LP "Back in Black" and more!

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  • The...

May 25, 2022

John Foy is a respected artist, business person and inspirational leader in Australian music and culture. In part 2, we discuss Red Eye and Black Eye Records, managing the label, working with Radio Birdman, locating the multitrack tapes for "Living Eyes", collectable records, his new book "Snaps, Crack, Pop" and lots...

May 23, 2022

John Foy has played pivotal roles in the development of Australian music and culture. In part 1, we discuss early years, Sydney's record shops and burgeoning punk scene, Australian vinyl, bootleg records, creating extraordinary poster art as shown in his new book "Snaps, Crack, Pop" and lots more.