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Proud progenitor of #thegreatpodcastswindle. Since 2012, Jonah Ray, Neil Mahoney and Cash Hartzell have argued, laughed, loved and gradually cut back on their drinking all while loosely discussing and playing submitted music.

The three man team, often with a guest, sometimes without, are constantly pushing boundaries in the medium of "music news" Not since Rolling Stone introduced us to the New Journalism of Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson has a medium given rise to an artistic movement more clearly than podcasting and Jonah Raydio.

And as an investment in the phrase "the best music is the best because it's personal" each week our heroes match a situation, a hypothetical question with their own personal favorite. Past "themes" have resulted in a fantasy novel based on Run The Jewels, a playlist of Beta Male Bachelor Party bangers and new directions for corporate entity radio stations.

Jonah Raydio w/Cash feat.Neil. It's not your daddy's music podcast. It's Jonahs.

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Proud progenitor of #thegreatpodcastswindle. Since 2012, Jonah Ray, Neil Mahoney and Cash Hartzell have argued, laughed, loved and gradually cut back on their drinking all while loosely discussing and playing submitted music.

The three man team, often with a guest, sometimes without, are constantly pushing boundaries in the medium of "music news" Not since Rolling Stone introduced us to the New Journalism of Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson has a medium given rise to an artistic movement more clearly than podcasting and Jonah Raydio.

And as an investment in the phrase "the best music is the best because it's personal" each week our heroes match a situation, a hypothetical question with their own personal favorite. Past "themes" have resulted in a fantasy novel based on Run The Jewels, a playlist of Beta Male Bachelor Party bangers and new directions for corporate entity radio stations.

Jonah Raydio w/Cash feat.Neil. It's not your daddy's music podcast. It's Jonahs.

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4.7 out of 5
334 Ratings

334 Ratings

Call Me Cabbage ,

This podcast, woah like, woah.

Have you ever wondered what the punk scene is like in Hawaii? Me neither until I started listening to this podcast. Join an under appreciated comedian, a producer with more skill and taste than he thinks he has and a man who loves sound drops as much as his ever-expanding knife collection as they unravel what it means to mourn Dio properly.

rutter911 ,

Great hard hitting music journalism

I’ve been a fan of this podcast from its humble beginning to the monster show it is today. Great to have such well spoken and articulate hosts like Cash Hartzell who really uses that Music theory degree from the Berklee school of music to such affect that it really drives the podcast. Of course their crowning moment was the 7 part interview with the band Smash Mouth who opened up to the guys about the history of the band and what direction they are headed musically ( more Ska perhaps). In the end you learn so much from Jonah Raydio and can only hope that the way it touches you means it touches a lot of people

PS Neil Mahoney is not Canadian so stop with the letterkenny quotes

Architecture Bill? ,

Best Yoga Podcast on iTunes (I haven't listened to every Yoga podcast on Stitcher Premium yet)

This show is the best possible Yoga podcast that I have heard on iTunes but not on Stitcher. Every episode is a meditative guide through all my favorite poses. We often start of with one of my favorite poses, the punk poser. We then move slowly (very slowly... lookin at you Cash) move into the pose known as MuhMuhMuhMuhMUSIC NOOOOS (DUN dun dududuDUN du dudududuDUN du dununuNUNUNUNUNunununUNUNu). After sitting there and doing basically nothing for 20 minutes besides meditating in an almost (almost) artful manner we all slide right in to whatever you would call the last segment of this show. I honestly don't know how to describe it, mainly because none of them know how to describe it. 90% of the time they don't even agree on what the rules are... it's a beautiful freestyle mess, but you find zen in the chaos... I have listened to the time Cash led a Mad Lib meditation that made no sense... unless you are meditating... then you get it... it totally makes sense... my third eye opened and the cosmos showed me the answer to the universe...Anyway, they close with a nice relaxing exit, somewhat of a kiss, a gift that God gave to you. five stars.

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