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  1. The JV Club Ep. 338: Justin McElroy | Maximum Fun


    The JV Club


    Justin McElroy

    Enjoy this multimedia festival of conversation and pre-loaded sound effects on this week’s episode with Boy of Summer Justin McElroy! And wait— what’s that in the air? It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a Politically Incorrect Musical!

    Hosted by Janet Varney.

    Edited by Julian Burrell for Maximum Fun.

    The JV Club will be LIVE at the Bellhouse in Brooklyn on Wednesday Oct. 9th! Details and tickets are available now.


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  2. The Cult of Nick : 044 Stewart Lee interview

    Without doubt Stewart Lee cut a heroic figure in my life for a certain period. He was obviously brilliant yet had been totally abandoned by the mainstream for no clear reason. It fascinated me that someone who was so obviously a genius in his field was playing small rooms and doing wilfully odd things at gigs.

    This interview was done just before he hit the bigtime for a second time. It’s an interesting little period piece in that sense. However, it’s very much a fan interview so I suggest you go watch some of his stuff on YouTube first.


    MUSIC: http://www.youtube.com/mmmontagemusic


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  3. audioBoom / Episode 81 - Lou Barlow (Dinosaur Jr. )

    Gimme TOAP ROCK! This week on the show we are joined by the great Lou Barlow! Join Damian as he sits down with Lou Barlow to discuss how hearing the Dead Kennedys over a CB Radio led of one of indie rock’s most impressive careers.

    Also discussed.

    -Interviewing Lou: 4th time is the charm!

    -Devo on SNL

    -The town formally known as Devon

    -The B-52s

    -Transistor Radio Love

    -Holiday in Cambodia emerging from the static

    -Jimi Hendrix formerly words wildest musician

    -The NY Rocker

    -Mail Ordering from Dischord

    -The other Vandals

    -Going to the porn theatre for your first show

    -8th Route Army: The Rock of Punk Rock

    -The Stupids: Proto Hardcore weirdness


    -Main Street Records rules!

    -Meeting J

    -Lou had better US HC but J had the imports on lock.

    -No direct questions

    -Byron Coley reviews matter

    -The Ramones

    -Gerard compliment from episode 5 is dissected

    -Being terrified to perform but fear is a great motivators

    -The Boston: true nastiness

    -“Fuck You Fuck Society and Fuck Everything”

    -Loving John Lydon

    -Sebadoh: a true unruly history

    -Gang Green = Freedom


    -Never seeing Mission To Burma

    -“Where are those guys? Cool, I stay over here then.”

    -Raw Power

    -Finnish Hardcore

    -Lou sells out the edge

    -Being disillusioned by (and still into) the second 7 Seconds 7”

    -Loving Minor Threat but knowing that they were streamlining hardcore

    -Smog: from crap lo fi to brilliant song writer

    -Royal Trux


    -Being mean to Superchunk

    -Finding kindred spirits in Pavement

    -The story behind the Kids soundtrack

    -Harmonie’s great taste in music

    -AND MORE!!!!!!


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  4. The School Leadership Show: Strategies for Managing Your Time and Attention

    In this episode I interview writer, speaker, and broadcaster Merlin Mann. We talk about managing all of the inputs that come your way.  We go into great depth on managing email and working toward what Merlin has coined “inbox zero.”  We also talk about strategies for managing your time and attention in order to set yourself up for doing your best, most creative work.  To learn more about Merlin and his work visit http://www.merlinmann.com/. Enjoy this interview with Merlin Mann.


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  5. If you like John Roderick or Roderick on the Line… - the ROCKS GLASS

    If you like John Roderick or Roderick on the Line (and let’s be real… if you’re on Tumblr, you do), then you’ll love listening to our time with Sir John himself.

    Hell of a way to leave for vacation.

    Here we are: The last episode before our hiatus. We certainly couldn’t have had a better guest to share with you than our friend John Roderick.

    In this episode we discuss Jeremy’s encroaching Kaczynski-ism (minus the pipe bombs), digging holes with your boots, babies, writing, David Rees’s insistence that we all get ripped in 2015 and challenge coins. It’s a lot to leave you with.

    That said: Farewell for a bit. We will return, rested and ready, in late June 2015. Until then, listen to old episodes, think of new topics, questions and guests for us to have on the show and definitely spend some time getting to know the other shows on misfitrad.io. We’ll see you soon.


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