Beinhorn produced albums for Soundgarden, Hole, Marilyn Manson, Soul Asylum…
There used to be an old saying about how you should never talk about politics or religion in friendly conversation, because those are the topics guaranteed to make any interaction decidedly un-friendly.
One of the memorable parts of the conversation with Ryley Walker was a tangent about Christian rock, which had been a part of both of our lives as teenagers growing up in the Midwest.
We review some of the most notable rock albums from the month of August, including the latest from two legacy acts and recent highlights by two of indie-rock’s brightest young acts.
If you have read any music writing at all online in the past 20 years, there’s a very good chance you have encountered Mark Richardson in some way.
In this episode, we try to rescue some worthy recent releases that might have slipped your attention in the past several months.
We talk about Corgan’s recent foibles, and argue about whether Siamese Dream falls off after an all-time great side one.
Even if you don’t know the name Shawn Everett, it’s very likely that you’ve enjoyed an album that he’s produced, engineered, or mixed in the past several years.