Hosted by Jaye Williams, After Party is a variety podcast covering music, movies, television, gaming, and other various life musings. Jaye is joined by guests and friends as they unpack the happenings in and around their lives.
Ryan Snelling Knows Gay Slang | After Party
The gang is back together! Jaye catches up with Ryan discuss life away from Sight & Sound and podcasting, while also talking about everything and nothing at the same time.
Check out Ryan's new podcast, Watch Ryan. Available wherever podcasts are found.
Brando Doesn't Approve! | After Party
Jaye and Brando kick off a new era of After Party.
Check out Brando's new podcast, Burn This Record - Wherever podcasts are found.
The End of an Era / The Future Ahead
Deftones - Ohms ALBUM REVIEW | Music
We're Happy | After Party
Ryan and Jaye are happy. Relax.
Top 10 Ross Robinson Tracks & Touche Amore | Music
Jaye and Brando review the new Touche Amore single, "Limelight". Also, the guys count down their top 10 songs from producer, Ross Robinson.
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Just Fun Pod
Life is too serious, this podcast is Jaye’s Gift to the world without him actually having to spend any money. So it’s a win win. Great Show about what ever sparks Jaye’s interest that day.
Always listen on Apple Podcast. These guys are fantastic. Keep up the great work.
Tried to listen objectively— when they said they didn’t know if Taylor swift wrote her own music... ? Stated that she bowed down to corporate... on an album her label didn’t know about until hours before she announced? Their opinions are stated as a fact without acknowledging the bridging state of music and how it speaks to different people. 30 minutes into the podcast and they have listed all of their “here’s my issue” and their issues with an occasional “she does this well” but it’s all in response to a thinly veiled insult to the album. The way they belittle her as an artist— and don’t listen to songs BECAUSE it was solely written by her... state she probably curses at concierges and drives Lamborghini? As if all rich women are real housewives? idk I don’t think it’s on purpose but it feels like there is some engrained misogyny. They had some fair points musically— but they are those guys who have an “indie record much cooler” than hers.