90 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

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    • 4.9 • 15 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.

    Meat Puppets & Mastodon

    Meat Puppets & Mastodon

    Aaron and Brent highlight music from an Atlanta-based progressive metal band who just released their eighth album in October and a brother led group that gained significant exposure from an appearance on MTV Unplugged.
    With a style that combines elaborate riffs, complex time signatures, and a melodic range that has earned critical praise over their 20 year career, Aaron looks at three songs from Mastodon.
    Formed by brothers Kurt and Chris Kirkwood in 1980, Brent spotlights three songs from The Meat Puppets 1994 album "Too High To Die".
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Movie Soundtracks Vol 2

    Movie Soundtracks Vol 2

    In Episode 88, Aaron and Brent return to a topic that they haven't covered since Episode 13: Movie Soundtracks. For Volume 2, the guys each pick three songs featured in their respective film or included on the movie's soundtrack. In anticipation of the film Ghostbusters Afterlife, Aaron spotlights 3 songs from the various Ghostbusters soundtracks throughout the franchises history. Focusing on music from the 2001 Cameron Crowe movie Vanilla Sky, Brent picks out 3 songs from the film despite only one actually being on the soundtrack.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Taylor Swift & Dermot Kennedy

    Taylor Swift & Dermot Kennedy

    In Episode 87, Aaron and Brent highlight two different singer-songwriters, one who grew up in Ireland and another who relocated to Nashville at the age 14. Chosen as NPR Music's first-ever Slingshot fan favorite artist in 2018, Aaron highlights three songs from Dublin's Dermot Kennedy. Currently in the midst of re-recording her entire back catalog to gain control over her music, Brent spotlights three songs from Taylor Swift.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Stevie Wonder & Samm Henshaw

    Stevie Wonder & Samm Henshaw

    In Episode 86, Aaron and Brent look at music from an English singer, songwriter, and record producer and a Michigan born artist who signed with Motown's Tamla label at the age of 11. Developing a love for music early in life by learning to play instruments in the church pastored by his father, Aaron highlights three songs by London-based artist Samm Henshaw. Serving as an influence to generations of musicians despite being blind since shortly after his birth, Brent spotlights three songs from the career of Steve Wonder.
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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Songs We Hid From Our Parents Featuring Goodbye June

    Songs We Hid From Our Parents Featuring Goodbye June

    For their 85th Episode, Aaron and Brent welcome two members of the Nashville band Goodbye June for a special edition of the podcast recorded live at the Vinyl Tap in Nashville. Goodbye June vocalist Landon Milbourn and lead guitarist Tyler Baker join Aaron and Brent this week to highlight "Songs We Hid From Our Parents". Aaron, Brent, Landon, and Tyler each pick out two tracks from their childhood concealed because of the song's subject matter. Plus, Landon and Tyler talk about their upcoming third studio album "See Where The Night Goes" due February 18th.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 41 min
    Bruce Springsteen & Bruce Hornsby

    Bruce Springsteen & Bruce Hornsby

    Aaron and Brent bring a long-standing debate into the spotlight by pitting Bruce against Bruce. With a career that includes a "Best New Artist"Grammy, collaborations with everyone from Ricky Skaggs and The Grateful Dead, and a discography that includes solo albums in addition to his work with The Range and The Noisemakers, Aaron highlights three songs from Bruce Hornsby. Garnering accolades over his five decade career, including multiple Grammys, an Academy Award, a dedicated fan base and an iconic nickname, Brent looks at three songs from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bruce Springsteen. It's a special episode where Aaron and Brent both present the case for their favorite Bruce: Hornsby vs. Springsteen.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

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

MandyHinson ,

Fun. Entertaining. Smart.

I really like hearing Brent and Aaron’s take on music... their different styles and witty back and forth is fun to listen to. They make me feel like I’m part of the conversation. I enjoy learning the meaning behind the music and why the songs are important to them. This podcast is fun, entertaining and smart! I love it!

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