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From Consequence of Sound's crack team of music journalists, straight to your headphones. We're serving up album reviews and exclusive track-by-track interviews for the music fan on the go who wants to stay in the know.

    P-Nut (311): Bob Marley, Jordan Morris' Bubble, and Eric Andre's Sketch

    P-Nut (311): Bob Marley, Jordan Morris' Bubble, and Eric Andre's Sketch

    Today on Consequence of Sound, we are sharing an episode from In Defense of Ska.
    P-Nut, the bass player for 311, joins hosts Adam Carnes and Adam Davis to talk about how 311’s journey overlapped with the rise of ska in the 90s, and how the group existed in a space adjacent to the music. 
    The group is influenced by ska and reggae, amongst other genres of music. So, P-Nut follows take listeners down this rabbit hole and talks about playing Bob Marley at early 311 rehearsals, playing shows with Fishbone, Voodoo Glow Skulls, The Urge, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger and No Doubt. And even headlining the ska festival Back To The Beach in 2018. We even dive headfirst into a discussion about 311’s most ska track, “I’ll Be Hear Awhile.”  And, P-Nut tells us all about how much he loves 100 gecs.
    If you like what you hear, please take the time to like, review, and subscribe to The Spark Parade on your preferred podcast provider, and keep up to date with all our series by following the Consequence Podcast Network.



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    The Aces' Cristal Ramirez's Spark Is Paramore's Riot!

    The Aces' Cristal Ramirez's Spark Is Paramore's Riot!

    Today on Consequence of Sound, we are sharing an episode from The Spark Parade.
    The Aces' front woman Cristal Ramirez was obsessed with Paramore's Riot! from the moment it was first played for her. The energy and lyrics both blew her pre-teen mind, but it was Hayley Williams who really caught her attention. A flame-haired teenager who lead a successful rock band in a male-dominated industry, Williams provided endless inspiration for Ramirez as her own musical aspirations took flight. As a dedicated Paramore fan, she's always seen the band as a beacon of light and a force for good in the world.
    If you like what you hear, please take the time to like, review, and subscribe to The Spark Parade on your preferred podcast provider, and keep up to date with all our series by following the Consequence Podcast Network.



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    • 35 min
    The Shins - "New Slang" and "Phantom Limb"

    The Shins - "New Slang" and "Phantom Limb"

    Today on Consequence of Sound, we are sharing an episode fromThe Story Behind The Song.
    One of the most renowned American indie rock bands, The Shins have carved a lasting legacy with their distinctive blend of folk, pop, and indie rock. Formed in 1996 by frontman James Mercer, a chance inclusion of “New Slang” in the indie movie classic Garden State helped to take their indie buzz mainstream just as their breakout sophomore album, Chutes Too Narrow, propelled them to indie stardom.
    On this episode of The Story Behind the Song, Peter Csathy speaks with The Shins’ James Mercer just after the passing of former The Shins’ bassist Neal Langford to discuss how Neal helped push him to perform, the conception of “New Slang” and also the more recent “Phantom Limb.”
    If you like The Story Behind the Song, listen for more here.


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    Brittney Spencer on Breaking Barriers in Country Music

    Brittney Spencer on Breaking Barriers in Country Music

    Today on Consequence of Sound, we are sharing an episode from Beyond the Boys Club.
    Rising country star Brittney Spencer, known for her soulful vocals and honest lyrics, is turning heads with her genre-bending sound. This Baltimore native rose to fame through a viral cover of the Highway Women's "Crowded Table", and has since graced major stages and captivated audiences with her vulnerability and social activism. Her upcoming debut album, My Stupid Life, promises to further cement her place as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.
    Check out Brittney Spencer's latest release My Stupid Life here.
    In conversation with host Anne Erickson, Brittney Spencer discusses how she found her way to Country music, Black visibility in Country music, her rise via social media, "Night In" from her album, being a perfectionist, and being a woman in the music industry.
    If you like Beyond the Boys Club, listen for more here.


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    Chromeo Pick 10 Essential Dayton Funk Albums

    Chromeo Pick 10 Essential Dayton Funk Albums

    Today on Consequence of Sound, we are going to share a Crate Diggings interview from Consequence UNCUT. Electro-funk duo Chromeo selected 10 essential funk albums that emerged from Dayton, Ohio's legendary music scene in the '70s and '80s. In a Crate Digging interview with Consequence's Associate Editor Paolo Ragusa, Chromeo's Dave 1 and P-Thugg track the evolution of Dayton's funk output, from the "bizarro Parliament Funkadelic" group The Ohio Players to Slave, to the legendary work of Roger Troutman and Zapp.
    As funk enthusiasts, Chromeo are beyond reverent to these midwestern heroes, and their new album Adult Contemporary keeps some of Dayton's more underrepresented qualities at the fore.
    If you like, Consequence UNCUT, listen for more here.
    Listen to Chromeo as they select 10 essential funk albums that emerged from Dayton, Ohio's legendary music scene in the latest episode of Consequence Uncut, and read the accompanying edition of Crate Digging on Consequence here: http://cos.lv/Q3ZK50QBujo


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    • 43 min
    Consequence of Sound is Back!

    Consequence of Sound is Back!

    The Consequence of Sound feed is back! While it has been a while since we posted here, the Consequence Podcast Network has been busy creating some amazing content. To keep you hooked on the best in audio content, we'll be serving up a curated selection of episodes from the entire network right here. If you like what you hear, check out the link in the show notes so that you can dive into the full catalog and subscribe to never miss an episode!


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20 Ratings

Hopscotch Willie ,

Comprehensive in a way few music podcasts are

In an era where there's a higher currency on brevity and attention-grabbing headlines, I always appreciate the comprehensive nature of CoS' articles. This extends to their podcast network as well. Their audio reviews (current favorite is the new Saba record) give you the depth and analysis of a traditional web-published review, but with the added bonus of being able to listen to it on the go. Snappy editing, wonderful song snippets, and excellent production.

Cat Blackard ,

I don’t really have the luxury of always knowing what’s going on in music…

… And this show has introduced me to a lot of stuff that I was in the dark on. And even cases where I would’ve been otherwise too busy to realize that, for example, a new Decemberists album had come out.

Full disclosure, I produce this podcast network – but I’m so busy producing podcasts that I don’t actually have the chance to actively listen to new music… And therefore, this show has is been really helpful!

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