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A Kansas City music podcast featuring conversations with your favorite local and touring musicians.

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    • 4.9 • 10 Ratings

A Kansas City music podcast featuring conversations with your favorite local and touring musicians.

    In My Headache 007: Turnstile, Moor Mother, Monica

    In My Headache 007: Turnstile, Moor Mother, Monica

    In My Headache is a podcast hosted by Kansas City based music critics Bill Brownlee and Aaron Rhodes. On each episode, Brownlee (the youngest baby boomer) and Rhodes (the oldest member of Gen Z) discuss the merits of two new albums and one throwback. This episode includes talk on Turnstile's Glow On, Moor Mother's Black Encyclopedia Of The Air, and Monica's The Boy Is Mine (1998).
    Theme music: Intro by Sorry Excuse
    Podcast artwork: Andres Hedrick
    The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info.
    You can find Bill's writing at ThereStandsTheGlass.com and PlasticSax.com, follow him on Twitter at @HappyInBag, and on Instagram at @Bill.Brownlee.
    Make sure to subscribe wherever you listen, follow @ShuttlecockMag on social media, and visit ShuttlecockMusic.com. Support the podcast by sharing your favorite episodes with friends and buying merch at ShuttlecockMag.BigCartel.com.

    • 52 min
    Sippin' On Some Soda: Ep. 13 - The Final Sip

    Sippin' On Some Soda: Ep. 13 - The Final Sip

     
    This is Sippin' On Some Soda, a podcast hosted by Aaron Rhodes and Kirby Stickler. On each episode we'll be sampling a small handful of sodas we haven't tried before, offering our opinions on them, and among other things, discussing the joy that carbonated beverages bring to the world.
    On this episode we tasted Boots Beverages picture show red hot, Earp's sarsaparilla, Americana huckleberry, Americana honey cream, Ozark Mountain Bottleworks butter beer, Macfuddy pepper elixir. We also tried a regional soda oddity called Hot & Tot, conducted a blind root beer taste test, and tried a couple new snacks. Guests included Jason Shrout, Ian Kopp, Matthew Ryan, Jana Danzeisen, Emerson Dellaero, and Cam Amys. Discussion included the fact that this is our final episode, Kirby's upcoming move to Pittsburgh, how much we love Jana's cat Barbara, and Jason's list of top five Kansas City hardcore edge breaks.
    Intro music: It Doesn't Matter by Champ (available on Bandcamp).
    The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info.
    Follow @ShuttlecockMag on all social media, visit the site at www.ShuttlecockMusic.com and the store at www.ShuttlecockMag.bigcartel.com.
    Listen to Kirby's music project, Shallow Pulse, on SoundCloud.
     

    • 2 hr 46 min
    Dylan Pyles - Episode 091

    Dylan Pyles - Episode 091

    Dylan Pyles is a singer-songwriter and musician who has been active in Kansas City's music scene for over a decade now. He's also a manager at Mills Record Company and a co-owner of the book store Wise Blood. On this episode of the podcast we talked about Record Store Day this year and last, the evolution of Wise Blood over the past few years, Pyles' introduction to music as a child, his years attending Cornerstone Festival in Illinois, his former bands, joining the hardcore band Canyons, his many solo releases, and his new album A Train Called Solitude, out now via Manor Records.
    The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info.
    Theme music: "Intro/Free Mind" by Kicked In
    Follow @ShuttlecockMag on social media and visit www.ShuttlecockMusic.com. Grab a t-shirt, button, or photo zine from the Shuttlecock web store to support the show. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and our feed on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Detto - Episode 090

    Detto - Episode 090

     
    Currently based in Seattle, Detto is a producer/engineer from Kansas City who specializes in punk rock and heavy metal. His work includes releases from Cerebral Rot, Electric Chair, Caustic Wound, Beta Boys, and many other DIY and metal scene favorites. In this interview, we talk about his Kansas City bands Boreas and Drooling Slits, the show he hosted in his dad's barn, his production style and techniques, and the recent launch of his Sentinel Studio space in Seattle.
    The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info.
    Theme music: "Intro/Free Mind" by Kicked In
    Follow @ShuttlecockMag on social media and visit www.ShuttlecockMusic.com. Grab a t-shirt, button, or photo zine from the Shuttlecock web store to support the show. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and our feed on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
     

    • 41 min
    In My Headache 006: Flying Lotus, Origami Angel, Ted Nugent

    In My Headache 006: Flying Lotus, Origami Angel, Ted Nugent

     
    In My Headache is a podcast hosted by Kansas City based music critics Bill Brownlee and Aaron Rhodes. On each episode, Brownlee (the youngest baby boomer) and Rhodes (the oldest member of Gen Z) discuss the merits of two new albums and one throwback. This episode includes talk on Flying Lotus' Yasuke, Origami Angel's Gami Gang, and Ted Nugent's self-titled debut (1975).
    Theme music: Intro by Sorry Excuse
    Podcast artwork: Andres Hedrick
    The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info.
    You can find Bill's writing at ThereStandsTheGlass.com and PlasticSax.com, follow him on Twitter at @HappyInBag, and on Instagram at @Bill.Brownlee.
    Make sure to subscribe wherever you listen, follow @ShuttlecockMag on social media, and visit ShuttlecockMusic.com. Support the podcast by sharing your favorite episodes with friends and buying merch at ShuttlecockMag.BigCartel.com.
     

    • 37 min
    Greg Stitt - Episode 089

    Greg Stitt - Episode 089

    Greg Stitt (@GregoryStitt) is a writer and music archivist originally from the Kansas City metro, currently based in Austin, Texas. Longtime members of our local music scene may know Greg from his blog, Riot On The Plaza, which he updated from 2011 to 2015. Greg is also a very active user on Discogs, where he collects and catalogs as much Kansas City music as he can get his hands on. On this episode of the podcast, we talked about his introduction to local music, his blog, his Discogs page, his move to Texas, and his new project, the KC Punk Archive.
    The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info.
    Theme music: "Intro/Free Mind" by Kicked In
    Follow @ShuttlecockMag on social media and visit www.ShuttlecockMusic.com. Grab a t-shirt, button, or photo zine from the Shuttlecock web store to support the show. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and our feed on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

    • 1 hr 1 min

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