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Funkytown Podcast

Covering the goings ons in near south side Fort Worth Tx with an emphasis on the music.

This weeks guest are the guys from Posival (Pause-eh-vol). Michael Posival, Adrian Radons and Colin join Joe, Zach and I and we have a great time getting to know each other. Michael has brand new bandmates and a new album coming out soon called Opposite Day. The opening track to the show this week is off of that album and its titled Sheets. We talked about Whiskeyboy Radio and Michaels apperance on there some 2-3 years ago. Michael is also in the Delzells and played a show with Mean Motor Scooter Friday night and we all shared a space but didn't know each other yet. Not sure how we missed that one. Colin and Adrian also play in another band called Ded-Suns. Did you hear that the Live oak is turning into the Fairmount Music Hall? Did you hear about what happened at the Bearded Lady? Did you know Zach is a master at the Hula Hoop? The middle track is also off of the upcoming album and its called Pansy. We do Zach libs and I think we found some people who have never heard of Mad Libs before. we also talk about living and playing in Denton, Noise Rock, do fish feel pain and pets vs food. We were kinda all over the place this week but we had such a good time with the boys from Posival. You can see their first offical show April 13 and look for the album to come out in March. In the mean time you can hear a preview and hear past stuff here. https://posival.bandcamp.com/ The last track is a nice acoustic track called Trails.

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This weeks guest is Signals and Alibis. Rebecca Jozwiak and Brian Carter join myself, Joe Tacke and Zachary Zanetich in One Horn Studios for a great get to know each other conversation. If you have been paying attention to local music over the last several years, you have probably heard or at least heard of Signals and Alibis. They are really very very cool. The opening track is a remix Black Mold (from Looks Like Rain) It's mood and chill and I love it. We immediately get to know the band. How they got started, how they evolved and how Rebecca got involved. Did you know there was such a thing as Adult Kick Ball Leagues? Where did the name come from? We got the answer. Influences, songwriting, lyrics. Check. One band in particular has had a major influence on the band. One of the members of the influental band remixed our middle track. You'll have to listen to find out who? The middle track is called Monstrous Whores. After the break we read an email from someone who may or may not be a real person. We have Zach Libs, Olympic talk and we found out what lies in the future for Signals and Alibis. You can get the Remix album and the original album on Spotify, Apple Music and of course bandcamp. https://dreamyliferecords.bandcamp.com/album/looks-like-rain-the-supernova-remixes Twitter https://twitter.com/signals_alibis?lang=en
The last track is I'll Stay. Its the original recording off of Looks Like Rain.
 

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This weeks guest is Matthew Broyles. I was familiar with him from his radio show, The Barbershop on 97.5 KFTW FM The Pirate, and knew he was a great conversationalist. The opening song he starts dropping gold nuggets. So todays first track, Office Suite part 1 by The Matthew Show, is filled with special commentary and then we are off to the races. We talk about Memphis and its similarities to Fort Worth. Somehow we go from that to guns, "forest porn, hollograms, tech framing and singularity. Which leads us to Matthew being an author and a couple of his books Rewired and Trinity. The middle track is the Lesbian Song (Southern Belles). After the break we have some Jerry Reed talk and this made me very very happy. We also talk country music, songwriting, cable access = YouTube, the future, ubanization, and #metoo. We were all over the map all while watching the super bowl and we make predictions.  Matthewe is a very busy man. Radio Show Host, Author, Singer Songerwriter and does an Essay Club. You can find him of facebook, https://twitter.com/thematthewshow and his website http://www.thematthewshow.com/ The closing track is When the Night Comes

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We have no guest this week, unless you count Rebekah Elizabeth (who is more of an honorary member), it's just Joe, Zach, Rebekah and I. Susie is sick. Get well Susie Sue. The opening track is called Ice Bear and it is off of Mind Spiders latest release called Furies. (Not Furries which threw us into furry talk) We do some Fort Worth vs Dallas talk after hard accusations from the Jerry Jonestown Massacre boys and we set the record straight. Kinda. The middle track is from my new favorite local band of mystery Garage Barrage. They title the first track off their latest album, Scattered and Covered, "She makes me insane" but you will surely know it by another name. After the break we spend the second half of the show going through and listening to the complete album asking the question "Who is Garage Barrage?" This was some Bandcamp treasure finding this album and sharing it with the group. I think you will enjoy our listening party and discussion. If you have any info of Garage Barrage let us know . We close the show with something a little different. It's from an artist called Fenix and it's from his album about battling depression called Three Months. The last track is called November Apathetic. All albums have Fort Worth tags and can be downloaded from Bandcamp. Check out something new. https://dirtnaprecords.bandcamp.com/album/mind-spiders-furies https://garagebarrageband.bandcamp.com/album/scattered-and-covered https://vinylthefenix.bandcamp.com/album/three-months
 
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This week James Zametz from Keep Fort Worth Funky is our guest and man oh man I love it when James stops by. We have a full crew this week. All are well and accounted for. Joe Tacke, Zachary Zanetich and Susie Ramon all join in for our first catch up of the new year. The opening number is a little ditty called Paid by Andy Pickett. With that comes a very big announcement about Hippy Bathday 3. Zach takes a trip to the Zoo, there is some Star Wars/ Movie talk and then we are off to talk about the womens march. James was there on site doing some man on the street interviews. I think maybe a funkytownpodcast first. The middle song we play is by Cody Lynn Boyd and it's called I Play With Fire. This is an interesting young man with an interesting sound. After the break we play Zach Libs, Dustin gets a shout out and I have an idea for a race down Magnolia. We finish off the show with some tiny home talk. I had lots of question about tiny homes and why someone doesnt just buy an RV. Are tiny homes just a result of depression era living? Can we just move away and have our own tiny home compound? If you don't know James, then you've been under a rock, you are really missing out on a great dude. He has huge ideas and a bigger heart!  http://www.keepfortworthfunky.com/ http://www.elementalrenovations.com/ https://www.casapequena.space/

The closing song is from our friend Jesse Gage with a great number called High in Vancouver

Third song-Jesse gage- high in Vancouver

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Mandy Hand is 1/2 of Big Heaven. The other half, Jesse Gage, couldn't make it but that didnt stop us from having a great show. We start the show off with Creature. Its the first track off of their 4 track EP. The middle track is track 2 off the Ep called Jim smells like weed and we close with song 3 called Pearls. That means there is one song you didnt hear and for $4 you can own all 4 tracks and hear the closing track. We did Zach libs without Zachary, but Susie is here and Joes on the 1s and 2s. Sorry for the minimal description. I have been fighting an illness the last few days and this is taking it out of me.  Pick up the EP here https://bigheaven.bandcamp.com/album/strike-a-match

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Its the first show of 2018 and we are stoked to have Joe Savage back again. Recorded live at One Horn Studio with Joe Tacke behind the wheel. Zachary couldn't make it this week but we are in capable hands as Susie Ramon fills in for him. Joe Savage brought with him Matt Williams and Garrett Peltier, which you may know from Le Cube, and they are now a part of his band. We kick the show off with a brand new song not yet released called Stars in my Head. We talk about New Years, the freezing weather, YouTube and lyric videos. We talk about the records he has made over the past year, how he meet the Le Cube boys, and we talk about his upcoming record called So Low. All songs from the show tonight are from the upcoming album.  Its a pretty chill album with lots of space and I think you'll really enjoy it.  I Wont Go Away is the middle track we play for break and come back and do a special Zach Libs, ahem, I mean Susie Libs. The last part of the show we get away from music and talk about driverless cars, pizza, NYE, CNN and Jeff Sessions. It is always a blast when Joe stops by. He is a great song writer with a great voice and a beatnick spirit. The last track he calls slam poetry, I call it beat! Its awesome and its called RawPots. It was great to meet and hang out with Matt and Garrett. Hopefully soon we can have Le Cube on. Happy New Year!

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Going back through and looking at all the things we did and all the guest we had 2017 might have been our best year yet. I took a lot of my favorite bits, pieces and segments from the past year. I couldn't fit everything in. That is how much good stuff we had. This isn't a best of, or a countdown of any kind but I will say I put the best stuff toward the end. (Best according to me.) I am super thankful to everyone who came on or helped out at all this past year. Many many thanks to Joe Tacke, Zachary Zanetich, Susie Ramon, Rebekah Elizabeth, Dustin Schneider and Matt Stubbs. Also a special thanks to Matt Thomas, Aaron Sanchez, Allison Stanford (for some amazing audio bits) Vincent Neil Emerson, Joe Savage, Denver Williams and Chillamundo, Richard Hennesay, Kevin Geist and Charles Cam Marchbanks of Henry the Archer and Lance Sanders. Opening track is by Lindy "Auld Lang Sine".

Heres to an incredible 2018!

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So Joe Tacke, Zachary Zanetich and myself found ourselves at the Temple of Eye with the Jerry Jonestown Massacre boys. Dustin Schneider and Matt Stubbs had the brilliant idea of doing a cross over show where we are the guest on their show and as soon as their show was over our show would start and they would be the guest on our show. You can find part one on itunes, stitcher and other platforms as well as here http://jerryjonestownmassacre.com/2017/12/21/show-241-epic-end-year-crossover-part-1/

Our show starts off with the Screaming Thieves doing a Christmas song called A Christmas Story (Robbery) We chit chat a bit and talk about our best and worst podcast moments of 2017. We talk about our favorite local albums of 2017 and we get sidetracked a lot. We were there about 5 hours and our show starts somewhere during hour 3 and its quite a challenge to keep control and focus. It's normally a challenge anyways. Something about the Temple and JJTM that makes you go a little manic. Its a fun listen. There is a Zach Lib (kinda)  It is the best and worst of what we do. Both funny and cringy its a good wrap up the this crazy year. This is our last live episode of the year. Next week we have a best off clip show I think you will enjoy. Our closing track is a more serious offering from Matt Thomas aka Robotuner aka RedPants.  "Christmas All Year Long" is a cover of a Disney Christmas song from a vinyl record he had as a kid. Good Stuff Redpants. Hope everyone has a happy holiday season. Much love! 

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As soon as the show was over and Allison had left One Horn Studio I turned to Joe Tacke and said "That was a great podcast. Allison was great!" Joe replied " Yes, Allison is Delightful!"  I'm not sure why but that has stuck with me since then. It was the perfect way to describe her and this show. Delightful! Allison Stanford is an Opera Singer. Soprano to be exact. She moved her in 2012 and shortly after introduced to our little music family. I have wanted to have her as a guest and this time of year seemed like the perfect time of the year to do that. It is the most wonderful time of the year after all. The show kicks off with more local holiday audio, a great cover of Christmas Time is Here by Tame Tame and Quiet. We find out some good stuff about opera. How is it different from musicals, are they always tragic, are they ever sung in english? We also talk local opera and local music. Allison is featured in the Fibs song Simply Divine and we talk about how that took place and what it was like. Here is the song if you want to check it out. https://dreamyliferecords.bandcamp.com/track/simply-divine Allison also has her own projects that she is involved in. Classical Fusion and Little Trio and you can see Classical Fusion January 13th. (Details in the episode) She is also involved with Classical Open Mic. Its every 2nd and 4th Monday and sounds like a really good time. The middle song tonight is from MicroD and its called NightHark and you will love it! You can find more by him here http://bandcamp.microdmusic.com/album/microd-various

The second half kicks off with an email that involves boobies and then Zach Libs and gold is found and magic happens. We talk Christmas songs, candy and Elf on the Shelf, my trip to Houston and Susie's car trouble is resolved. Much love to all. This was a great last episode in One Horn for the year. Merry Christmas! The last song is Blue Christmas by Nick and Page. I miss you April! https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

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