Foggy and Metalhead Mundy review the latest from Onyx and talk about soothing songs. The boys also talk about issues 5 and 6 of Sandman.
JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy dig into the new release from Kendrick Lamar- Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers. We also choose driving tunes.
We review the latest from Rammstein “Zeit.” We also pick a five person Marvel Avengers team and assign theme songs.
JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy review Killing Joke Lord of Chaos, Hyro the Hero Kids against the Monsters, talk about overrated artists and chat about Sandman #3.
JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy review the new Envy of None record from Rush great Alex Lifeson. We choose some cool industrial songs and chat about issue 2 of Sandman.
JPP, Metalhead Mundy, T-bags, Foggy and special guest Shawn Hilton discuss the first issue of Sandman by Neil Gaiman, talk about MoonKnight and choose some underrated comics.
On episode 107 of Wanderings and Woolgathering, JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy pick a five member Justice League team and […]Read more
On episode 107, JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy review the latest by Stabbing Westward, Chasing Ghosts, play Who’s That Band? and pick our Justice League team and theme songs.
JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy play Who’s That Band and review Impera, the latest from Ghost.
Foggy, JPP and MetalheadMundy chat with Braxton Crosby from Starchild Comics about his new Superhero line.
JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy review Crowbar’s latest and play two fun challenges.
Foggy and Metalhead Mundy play Who’s That Band (Lester Bangs review style(, and review Tears for Fears and Corey Taylor B-Sides.
Michael and Tish Ciravolo stop by to talk about Beauty in Chaos’ new record Behind the Veil. They talk about their collaborations with Elena Alice Fossi, Whitney Tai, Pinky Turzo, Cinthya Hussey and Betsy Martin. They also discuss the recording industry and being an independent artist.
Foggy, JPP and Metalhead choose poetic songs and review the new Slash and Myles Kennedy.
Foggy, JPP and Metalhead Mundy discuss some fun concert moments and recount favorite moments from the podcast over the past 100 episodes.
Foggy, JPP and Metalhead Mundy review the latest instrumental record from Steve Vai- Inviolate. The record is filled with rich sounds from a virtuoso musician. Worth a listen. Check us out.
Metalhead Mundy and Foggy discuss the first three episodes of Peacemaker. Find out if it’s worth your time. spoiler alert: it is!
JPP, Metalhead Mundy and Foggy review the first two episodes of Boba Fett. Tune in to see what we thought. Spoiler: Tusken Raiders are awesome!
Metalhead Mundy, JPP and Foggy look back at the year that was 2021. The boys pick their favorite albums, movies, tv shows, books/comics. Check in to see what you missed or if you agree with the list.
Metalhead Mundy and Foggy review the new album from Sion. The boys dig in track by track and explain why you should be listening to this record.
Foggy and Metalhead Mundy dig into the new video and track, The Fix Is In by Project Renegade. Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcvD5U8clPo&list=RDkcvD5U8clPo&start_radio=1
On the show, we name our favorite old and current happy songs. We review the new record by Halsey: If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.
Pt. 1 of Metallica Blacklist- we review the first 16 songs. Plus, we review albums we didn’t like, but have come to appreciate.
On Episode 83, the boys step out of their comfort zone to review Billie Eilish “Happier Than Ever.” We also reminisce about songs we had forgotten.
We review Revolutionary Love from Ani DiFranco and write Haikus about songs and albums.
On Episode 81, we reminisce about 80s songs, Gathering Dust- Modern English, Subdivisions- Rush, Amadeus- Falco, Tempted- SqueezenRock You Like a Hurricane- Scorpions, She’s Like the Wind- Patrick Swayze, Burn in Hell- Twisted Sister, When Dove’s Cry- Prince, Rocky training montage and Nu Shooz I Can’t Wait. We also choose our favorite drum intros.
Episode 79- The Wanderings crew invites Beauty in Chaos curator Michael Ciravolo back to discuss his remix album “Out of Chaos Comes.” We discuss the industry and many of his musical friends. You don’t want to miss this one.
On the show, we play who’s that band, share songs with each other and review Smashing Pumpkins’ new record, Cyr.
Episode 77- we review the latest from Killer Be Killed- Reluctant Hero, talk about some comfort songs and play “who’s that band?”
We play a quick trivia game and then review System of a Down’s special project, Ken Andrew’s new EP and Stabbing Westward’s Halloween EP.
Wanderings and Woolgathering Episode 75- “We play Who’s That Band?” celebrate Motorhead on the 40th Anniversary of Ace of Spades, and review Puscifer’s latest Existential Reckoning.
We review the latest record from Nothing But Thieves, Moral Panic, and talk about unsettling songs in honor of Halloween.
Tonight, we take a look at the best and worst Album art and review Deftones latest, Ohms.
Episode 72- we review CMFT by Corey Taylor, talk briefly about Public Enemy and pitch JPP albums from 1998.nnWide Eyed View: https://youtu.be/wKKKTtmaSCU
We review Joji’s new record Nectar and discuss Rolling Stone magazine’s Top 500 albums of all time.
We review Metallica S&M2 with the SanFrancisco Symphony Orchestra- we loved this collaboration! We also play a game using RockSound magazine Top 250 albums and guess some misheard lyrics
Eric Saylors from Steepwater Band stops by to discuss music, touring, guitars and their new record, Turn of the Wheel.nsteepwater.com
Metalhead Mundy and JPP hop on a call to give an overall first impression of Mr. Bungle’s latest single.nnPhilm on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1UhPE61mQmqmsLCs46AH0I?si=oJ7o2kwIQRO5kAYAfHqJ6AnnMr. Bungle latest single : https://open.spotify.com/album/3TOEIAxwoPQ1KdpDcx5z6u?si=uJHU2PCDQXCCZ9inZGfobA
On this episode, Kat and Nick of Holy Wars log in to chat with us!
We discuss their latest single, IHATEMYSELF, go deep in to the history of the group, and the deeply personal EP Mother/Father.
Ashton Nyte drops by to talk about his album and book- Waiting for a Voice. He gives the listener a backstage pass to his process and influences.
The Wanderings crew reviews Dermot Kennedy, with special guest Paul Mescal, livestream at London Natural History Museum.
On Mini-sode 7, we chat with Justin and Tyler from A Wave Blue World about their collaboration with Jack the Radio and their upcoming comics work.
On the show, we do a pop quiz over stage names, share our Columbia House stories and choose ten songs for a penny, and we review the new record from the Chicks- Gaslighter.nFor Tony’s TMinusT head here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxrDnFkZU8M&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3nPUJMzA1yLqVl-k1qbPpLkZ6ptp2t4Zc6crx7hXdV-FDPBFwH-J2CK0k
George and Kevin from Jack the Radio join us on the show to discuss their latest record, Creatures, and the accompanying comics book illustrating the stories.
On Episode 63- we play a fun game matching tour riders to the artist, we rank the number one movie score of all time, and we review Homegrown by Neil Young.
On the show, we play bracketology with 90s grunge- we crown the number one song of the era, review the new Mushroomhead and play Who’s That Band!nnJPP’s pick of the week:nMichelle – The Bottomnhttps://youtu.be/0lcIOsW6EfE
On minisode 6, we review Dermot Kennedy’s new song Giants.nAn Evening I Will Not Forget Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emfoWiJMsoY
On episode 61, we review the new Lamb of God record, play Who’s That Band, and decide which replacement players were worthy.
Project Renegade stops by to discuss Order of the Minus, Cerebra, and their creative process. nIf you would like to become a patron, head here: Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=36059756 to join our team as a Wanderings patron!
Michael Ciravolo, the curator and mastermind of Beauty and Chaos, talks about his latest record, the music process, and plays a fun music challenge.nIf you would like to support the podcast, become a patron: Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=36059756