118 episodes

Most of us older than 30 remember mix tapes and the time we spent meticulously curating the perfect collection of songs to introduce friends to new music. The mediums we grew up on have moved to streaming services and playlists, but the sentiment still rings true. Every Monday, Aaron and Brent trade songs to find out what has changed and what will never change. Music is ever-evolving, but the fingerprints of the past are always present. Get ready for a mixtape throwdown for the digital age with Crossing the Streams.

Crossing the Streams with Brent and Aaron Aaron Bevill

    • Music
    • 4.9 • 16 Ratings

Most of us older than 30 remember mix tapes and the time we spent meticulously curating the perfect collection of songs to introduce friends to new music. The mediums we grew up on have moved to streaming services and playlists, but the sentiment still rings true. Every Monday, Aaron and Brent trade songs to find out what has changed and what will never change. Music is ever-evolving, but the fingerprints of the past are always present. Get ready for a mixtape throwdown for the digital age with Crossing the Streams.

    Jeff Buckley & Matt Maeson

    Jeff Buckley & Matt Maeson

    Aaron and Brent both highlight music from singer-songwriters: a Virginia native who got his start performing for inmates at maximum-security prisons and a California born musician who amassed a following in the early 1990s by playing at venues in Manhattan's East Village. With songs that explore the tension between light and dark in life, Aaron looks at three songs from Matt Maeson. Known by many for his reconstructed cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”, Brent dives into the career of the late Jeff Buckley by showcasing three songs from his catalogue.
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Cinderella & Guardian

    Cinderella & Guardian

    This week, Aaron highlights music from an ever-evolving Christian hard rock band from Los Angeles while Brent spotlights a Philadelphia band who credit both Gene Simmons and Jon Bon Jovi as early supporters. Getting their start with a unique look in the 80s before a line-up switch moved the band in a different direction, Aaron features three songs from the Jamie Rowe-era of Guardian. Taking their name from a film title, but not the one from Disney, Brent looks at three songs from the Tom Keifer led band Cinderella.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    The Sickness Episode

    The Sickness Episode

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    • 9 min
    Filling In The Gaps, Vol. 5: Christian Rock Part 2

    Filling In The Gaps, Vol. 5: Christian Rock Part 2

    For Episode 114, Aaron goes back to a topic he’s covered before but, this time around, he’s bringing in some help to cover the subject. Guest Ryan King returns to the podcast to assist Aaron in “Filling In The Gaps, Vol. 5: Christian Rock”. These special Filling in the Gaps episodes give either Aaron or Brent a chance to introduce the other to a section of music that they may have missed entirely. This Monday, both Aaron and Ryan will be making the selections as they each pick out three Christian rock songs for Brent to discover.
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    • 1 hr 52 min
    The Guess Who & Band Of Horses

    The Guess Who & Band Of Horses

    Aaron's song picks for the week come from a Seattle-based band led by singer/songwriter Ben Bridwell while Brent spotlights music from one of the most successful Canadian rock groups of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Formed after the break-up of Bridwell's previous band, Carissa's Wierd, Aaron highlights three songs from the group Band Of Horses. Originating in Winnipeg as Chad Allan and The Expressions before a clever marketing ploy permanently altered their name in 1965, Brent looks at three songs from the career of The Guess Who.
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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Bad Company & KALEO

    Bad Company & KALEO

    Aaron and Brent look at music from an Iceland band started by a group of childhood friends and a collection of musicians considered one of the 70s' first supergroups. With a name that means "the voice" in Hawaiian, Aaron spotlights three songs from the Icelandic group KALEO. Featuring members of bands like Free, Mott The Hoople and King Crimson, Brent highlights three songs from the career of Bad Company.
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    • 1 hr 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Chris_Cop ,

Awesome!

Quite possibly the best podcast on music ever, EVER!

neithernownorever ,

A must listen

In an over crowded arena of podcasts, this is a stand out for any true multifaceted music lover. I’ve known Aaron for many years and his impeccable musical taste is literally the only reason I’ve stayed friends with him.

HelloandNo ,

Great show

Love this show. Always keeps me interested and always look forward to new episodes. Can’t recommend it enough.

-Mike from Your New Best Friends Podcast

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