166 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.

    Neil Diamond & Ryan McMullan

    Neil Diamond & Ryan McMullan

    Aaron features music from a 25 year old musician hailing from a small seaside town in Northern Ireland while Brent highlights an artist whose songs have been covered by acts ranging from UB40 and The Monkees to Urge Overkill.
    Finding early support and mentorship from fellow Irish musician Foy Vance, Aaron picks out three songs from the Portaferry singer/songwriter Ryan McMullan.
    Opting to pursue his passion for music despite early success as a member of the 1960 NCAA men's championship fencing team, Brent spotlights three songs from Neil Diamond.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    The Zombies & The Murlocs

    The Zombies & The Murlocs

    Aaron picks out music from an Australian band that features two members who also play in the group King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard while Brent focuses his attention on a UK band that broke-up just prior to achieving one of the biggest hits of their career.
    With a brand new album, "Calm Ya Farm", just released earlier this month, Aaron spotlights 3 songs from the Melbourne group The Murlocs.
    Acquiring their name from bassist Paul Arnold before departing the band, Brent highlights 3 songs from The Zombies.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Songs With Great Bass Lines Featuring Phil Buckman

    Songs With Great Bass Lines Featuring Phil Buckman

    Aaron and Brent bring back frequent guest Ryan King for a special episode featuring actor and musician Phil Buckman.
    Buckman has played with groups like Fuel, Steel Panther, and Filter.  He was the featured bassist for Ryan's pick, "No Love" in Episode 160.
    Aaron, Brent, and Ryan talk with Phil about his music career, including his current band Petty Cash, and his acting career, which has included roles in movies like "An American Werewolf in Paris" along with a multitude of TV roles.

    Then, each of the guys spotlight a track based around this week's theme:  "Song With Great Bass Lines".
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Soundtracks Vol 3

    Soundtracks Vol 3

    Aaron and Brent return to one of their favorite topics:  Soundtracks.
    With two previous episodes dedicated to the topic, Episodes 13 and 88, this time around Brent goes with a traditional movie soundtrack release while Aaron picks out music from a popular video game series.
    Featuring music composed by Bear McCreary, Aaron highlights three tracks from the original soundtrack to 2022's God of War Ragnarök.
    Coming from an album that showcased one of the first full length collaborations between rap and rock, Brent picks out three songs from 1993's Judgement Night soundtrack.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Bee Gees & The Milk Carton Kids

    Bee Gees & The Milk Carton Kids

    Aaron introduces Brent to an indie folk duo from Eagle Rock, California while Brent familiarizes Aaron with the pre-disco music of a brother band originally from the Isle of Man.
    Starting as solo artists before collaborating to form a band with harmonized vocals and acoustic guitars at the forefront, Aaron picks out three songs from The Milk Carton Kids.
    With a catalog of hit songs released before their Saturday Night Fever renaissance, Brent highlights three songs from the early career of the Bee Gees.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Did I Mention I’m Also A Musician?

    Did I Mention I’m Also A Musician?

    For their 160th Episode, Aaron and Brent welcome back frequent guest Ryan King and, for the first time ever, let him pick out what the theme of the episode will be.
    This week, the guys each pick out two songs from bands with a member who moonlights as an actor.
    Aaron, Ryan, and Brent make song picks from bands like Phantom Planet, The Grass Roots, Headstones, and more.
    Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

    • 1 hr 33 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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