For episode #7 we share our new (or new to us) music picks. It's a loose format with a lot of outstanding tunes and some good conversation. Listen along and then let us know what you're listening to at @KDFPodcast or KDFPodcast@gmail.com. Thanks for listening.
For episode six we take a look at the history of music in Detroit. From Motown to J Dilla with stops at the Stooges, MC5, The Dirtbombs, The Nuge, and many many more. Soul, R&B, Funk, Rock, Hardcore, Rap, Techno ... it's amazing we covered as much as we did in 90 minutes.
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It's a KDFPodcast field trip! For this week we discuss an amazing week of live events. We started the week going to see the DC punk documentary Salad Days at NPR, which included a panel discussion with the filmmakers and Brian Baker. Next we saw Mac McCaughan of Superchunk and Merge Records fame play a solo show at Black Cat DC with Merge labelmates, Flesh Wounds. And, finally, we ended the week with the show of shows, The Replacements!!! After discussing those events, we take our first swipe at playing the Pitchfork game. Tune in to see what exactly that means.
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For episode four of the Kid's Don't Follow podcast, Taylor, Elliott and Bill dive into the music of North Carolina. From bluegrass to old school hardcore, we try to cover as much as possible from this musically rich state.
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