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NEM#63: Revisiting Bradley Skaught, Jeff Heiskell, Steve Petrinko: 2017 Year-End Extravaganza

To celebrate the end of year #2 of the podcast, I talked to three previous guests about a song they've released since the episode. Bradley Skaught from the Bye-Bye Blackbirds (see #32) discusses "Duet" (co-written/sung by Lindsay Paige Garfield) from their new album Take Out the Poison. Visit byebyeblackbirds.com to see the video and learn more. Jeff Heiskell, formerly of  Continue Reading …

NEM#6. Steve Petrinko: Self-Contained Stalwart

Steve is a one-man band, overdubbing his compositions both in jazz (steel drum!) and pop/rock (featuring his unique and sometimes disco-high voice). He's also drummed and/or fronted bands (The Bureau/BAMF!, Love Lies Dreaming, Fingers), and in fact co-fronted the college/indie psychedelic/eclectic band The MayTricks with Mark back the early '90s. The common thread through all  Continue Reading …

Mark Lint’s PEL Network Holiday Party 2020: Merry Chatting and Songs

Join the office Christmas party at the PEL network. The hired band is Mark Lint’s Dry Folk, playing their entire album, and the guests are considerate enough to only talk between the songs. BYOB! Mark holds mini conversations on philosophy, art, and life with all the PEL and PMP co-hosts, plus special guests Ken Stringfellow (a guy who played with REM and Big Star also sang  Continue Reading …

Mark Lint’s PEL Network Holiday Party 2020: Merry Chatting and Songs

Join the office Christmas party at the PEL network. The hired band is Mark Lint’s Dry Folk, playing their entire album, and the guests are considerate enough to only talk between the songs. BYOB! Mark holds mini conversations on philosophy, art, and life with all the PEL and PMP co-hosts, plus special guests Ken Stringfellow (a guy who played with REM and Big Star also sang  Continue Reading …

Episode 139: bell hooks on Racism/Sexism

On Ain't I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism (1981) and Black Looks: Race and Representation (1992, Intro, Ch. 3, 11). How do these pernicious forces interact? bell hooks (aka Gloria Watkins) describes black women as having been excluded both from mainstream historical feminism (which was led by white women who didn't want to alienate Southern whites) and black civil rights  Continue Reading …