Welcome to another installment of our ever widening coverage of music here on NerdoNetwork.com. Usually, we cover full albums when we take a look at a musical selection. This is a special case. This song is hypnotic. It can best be described as a murder ballad about a woman who shoots her abusive husband. A selection of lyrics: You know where he keeps it And one night you hide it underneath the bed Shoot him in the dark Because you don’t want to see what he looks like dead There’s something hauntingly beautiful…
Host Josh Wells and a panel of guests discuss all things jukeboxes. They cover a range of jukebox related banter and build a list of jukebox commandments along the way. Also, glory holes. This episode’s panel: Angelique Londino- the Moses of jukebox Commandments Cowboy Steve- jukebox owner Zack Breheney- the king of Bayonne jukeboxes Dani Mania- hates your jukebox picks
Host Josh Wells and panel discuss dancing, dance music, clubs, dj’s, dress codes, the Chicken Dance, Funk Master Flex, and more. Panel: Kasey Coresh- hates the Chicken Dance AJ Dunk-only one meeting the dress code requirements Rob Garrison- funky white boy Dani-Mania- <3’s Robyn
Host Josh Wells and panel discuss the bands they hate that everyone else seems to love. We also learn that Jason Alexander was in a Nickelback video and make plans to go to a Jimmy Buffet tailgate (but not concert) and a Norwegian forest to watch black metal. This week’s panel: Cha – great singer Carlos – hates the United Kingdom Hakeem – the most quiet of the panel drops the biggest bombshell Dani-Mania – hates witch voices
Josh Wells hosts a panel discussion about music in movies. Things get creepy, movies get spoiled, and Dani’s mic doesn’t work, but all in all, a very fun episode. PANEL: DiSalami- not his real name Raphael Hernandez- reveals a dark secret Gabby Avila- likes Dirty Dancing Kasey Coresh- also not his real name Dani-What’s-Her-Face- new fake name Dead Air Dani
On this week’s episode, host Josh Wells and the panel discuss sad music and movies, death, depression, and Kate Winslet’s tits. It’s more fun than it sounds. This week’s panel: Max Antonucci Chris Crespo Rob Garrison Dani What’s-Her-Face SIDE NOTE: This episode was recorded the day before the unfortunate passing of Chris Cornell, so there’s no mention of him or Soundgarden. RIP Chris Cornell. https://soundcloud.com/user-968319645/pizza-and-pop-podcast-episode-7-the-depressing-episode
Josh Wells hosts a panel discussion that covers a flurry of all things hype in music. Listen in as they discuss topics such as Taylor Swift, Rocky movies, sports jams, walk-out fight songs, and ponder if crunk is indeed dead. This week’s panel: Chris Veloza Patrick Wadleigh John Sweeny Dani What’s Her Face (aka Josh’s waaaay better half) Full Disclaimer: Chris and Patrick may have held hands during this episode.
Josh Wells hosts a panel discussion about the top 20 selling albums of all time. This week’s panel: Raphael Hernandez, Murad Saleh, Justin Senno, and Dani R. The Top 20: 1- Michael Jackson: Thriller 2- Eagles: Greatest Hits 3- Billy Joel: Greatest Hits Volume 1 and 2 4- Led Zeppelin: Led Zeppelin 4 5- Pink Floyd: The Wall 6- AC/DC: Back in Black 7- Garth Brooks: Double Live 8- Fleetwood Mac: Rumours 9- Shania Twain: Come On Over 10- The Beatles: The White Album 11- Guns N’ Roses: Appetite for…
Josh Wells hosts a panel discussion about guilty pleasures in music. This week’s panel: Chris Stanly (resident Juggalo) Doug Brian (formerly closeted Alanis Morisette fan) Carlos River0 (loves boy bands) Dani R. (Alien Ant Farm???)
Host Josh Wells and his panel of guests, Dave Durkin, Rachael Parenta, Dani R. and Eric Wickstrom, eat pizza and discuss bands who’ve had more than one lead singer.
As someone who has owned a Prime membership for years, I’m excited to share that tons of new artists are popping up on Prime Music. Amazon Prime Music is an included music streaming service for those who are subscribed to Amazon’s Prime service, which includes two-day shipping on all items sold by Amazon and Prime Video. Transparent is totally worth it alone! Their library is ever-growing, but not perfect. We finally have access to hundreds of new albums including the Super Deluxe version of In Utero, by Nirvana, Exodus by Bob Marley, Prism by…