Fri, 10 June 2016
Wow have we got an episode for you! We had no one. There was absolutely no guest. It was just the four of us and Deanna on a Sunday night trying to be upbeat.
We did discuss some things you might have always wondered about the show. But that's about it. We also played 5 songs. Dig it man.
Watch Hidden America with Jonah Ray on Seeso.
Cyanide by Rough Kids
Thu, 2 June 2016
I think I was there for about 15 or 20 minutes. Then I had an emergency and had to take off. But fear not Jonah Raydioites cause the show sometimes goes on. Wait, that's not right. Anyways our guests were wife and husband duo Chantal Claret and Jimmy Euringer. You might know them from from their own respected bands Morningwood and Minor Self Indulgence, and Chantal's solo titled stuffs.
The only thing I have in my notes besides the stuff Neil took for me are that our guests sang a theme song for us to start the show.
Is this okay? Never mind. I don't care. K bye.
I do care.
The Dream is Over by Pup
New Rock by Morningwood
Shut Me up by Minor Self Indulgence
Side by Side by Chantal Claret
A Floater Left With Pleasure in the Executive Washroom by Dillenger 4
I'm Foaming by Toys That Kill
Conquistadora by Chantal Clret
Young & Realistic by The Faint
Heavy Jesus by Honus Honus
Fri, 27 May 2016
Alright. Okay. So Devin Faraci is back again. Remember? He's that guy who does Birth Movies Death. That's cool. So is Myke Chilian. He's a member of the punk/thrash/folk whatever you want to call it kick ass band The Manx. That's cool too. Neil took notes for me cause I wasn't there, but there's something about Cash in a PJ Harvey video and a link to something called "Dog Dick". Okay. Enjoy. Ugh.
Back in the Trash by The Manx
Famous Last Words by Har Mar Superstar
Thinking of You by The Thermals
Go Home by Summer Cannibals
Morrisson's Lament by Jimi Hendrix
No Catharsis by Wince
Conquest by Eleven Thirty Four
Pluto by Les Savy Fav
N/A by Paws
Lightning Bolt by Jake Bugg
Rainbow Hammer by The Manx
Breaking Through The Grey by Destination N0where
Satisfactory World for Reasonable People
Thu, 19 May 2016
I bet you thought we'd never do one again huh? Well we did so you better listen to it. We had Devin Faraci, editor in chief of Birth, Movies, Death. He also has a podcast called The Canon, as well as a comic coming out in August called Killer Inside Me.
As for the songs we played, I'm not gonna put links for them. You guys are all internet savy people who are well versed in finding stuff on the internet. So if you like a song go look for it and support those artists.
You can follow Devin on twitter with the handle @devincf.
Bad Luck by Lonesome Shack
I'm Just Saying by Dyke Drama
No Grace by Paws
Mass by Modern Baseball
Chairman of the Board by White Fang
Pumpkin by Islands
If You Want To Be a Happy by Jimmy Soul
Tue, 22 September 2015
This episode from the third season of Jonah Raydio has writer, comedian, and podcaster Dave Anthony and director Stoney Sharp.
Dave is a writer and actor on IFC’s Maron, and Stoney has been directing Comedy Bang Bang.
That’s all I have to say. Hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks. You’re welcome.
Thu, 20 August 2015
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Thu, 30 July 2015
This is Adam. I wasn’t there for this episode of Jonah Raydio. I don’t know what happened. I was working. What do you want from me? I guess it was a good episode. I’m sure it was. The guest was director Brandon Dermer. From what I can tell from the internet he’s a very nice and talented guy.
So please enjoy this episode of Jonah Raydio, even though I’m not on it.
Botrus the Uber Driver Chase
Tue, 21 July 2015
Season 3 episode 1 of Jonah Raydio begins with Jonah Bayer of United Nations, and a drop in by Dave Kloc. Jonah’s podcast Going Off Track is doing a live episode July 25 in Brooklyn at Union Hall. United Nations self titled album is being reissued July 10.
Tue, 19 May 2015
Hey, it’s another episode of you favorite semi-regular music podcast hosted by a guy named Jonah. With him this week is Cash, his producer and guests David B Lyons creator of the Bob Seger musical and Dan & Alex from Big Time In Hollywood Florida, called “The Best Thing On TV Since Eastbound & Down” on this very episode. Neil and Adam missed out. Turns out they were holding us back. Watch Big Time in Hollywood Fl on Comedy Central Wednesdays. Buy Dave a drink, should you ever meet him. He brought cider, so try that.
Thu, 30 April 2015
This episode has artist Chris Cooper and the parents of Jonah Ray and I, Candy and Mike Rodrigues. We talked more about the history of music on this episode than any other episode in the history of Jonah Raydio.