The Collision Podcast
This month we talk about a new addiction from the Wrigley's gum line, the top 9 customer service nightmares and we try to pass the time as we wait for Sim City to start working. Plus we have another "Misguided Movie Review" from Matt Nestor. It's the only movie review based solely off the DVD cover art! Special thanks to DJ Dektonics for the new intro music on the show. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Mike Mains and the Branches - Noises
The Citizens - I Am Living in a Land of Death
American Roommates - Found Rest
The Ember Days are blurring the lines between the worship and indie music scenes. On this episode of the podcast we sit down with Jase Belcher to talk about the new album "More Than You Think" and hear how some of the darkest times create the most honest music. Be sure to visit the band on-line at www.theemberdays.com.
After a month away from the show, we're back with some great changes! This month we talk about the new Star Wars director J.J Abrams, bag fees for people with money to burn and controversy with Subway's classic footlong subs. Plus you don't want to miss the debut of "Matt's Misguided Movie Reviews" and an interview with the Desperation Band. A huge thanks to DJ Decktonic for the new intro music on the podcast from his album Stars. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Sho Baraka - Ali
Desperation Band - Take Me to the River and Wonderful
Twenty One Pilots - Guns for Hands
Christmas memories are such an incredible thing to reflect on. For this episode of the podcast, we ask musicians, speakers and authors about their favorite Christmas memories. A huge thanks to Josiah James, sosaveme, Abel, Gary Molander, Hoyle, Playdough, James Barnett, Corey Hicks and The Walking Tree for their contributions to make this show possible.
Sleeping at Last
The Music Bed Christmas Sampler
As we come to the end of the year, we are bringing the holiday cheer to your ears. This month we talk about a fake lotto winner, kindness on Facebook and additions to the Girl Meets World cast. Don't miss our annual dangerous toys list from the W.A.T.C.H. group. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Josiah James ft. Golden Youth - The First Noel
Amy Stroup - You Make the Cold Disappear
Act As If - Sleigh Bells and Reindeer
Future of Forestry - What Child is This
With a unique infusion of art, culture and spoken word poetry, Propaganda is making waves in underground hip-hop. This month we sit down with Propaganda to talk about faith, fatherhood and his new album "Excellent". To learn more about Propaganda and to pick up this new album, be sure to check out HumbleBeast on-line at www.humblebeast.com.
This month we're giving thanks for Corey and Topanga from Boy Meets World. In this episode we talk about punching sharks in the face, humiliating punishment and far too much talk about the new Boy Meets World spin-off. As always, we're bringing you movie and music releases for November along with recommendations from each of our hosts.
Beautiful Eulogy - Anchor
Further Seems Forever - So Cold
House of Heroes - Suspect
Ten years ago this month, Playdough released his album "Lonely Superstar". This month we celebrate the ten years of incredible music from one of hip-hops most diverse MC's. Playdough shares about the past, his new "Writer Dye: Duex or Die" album and shares words of wisdom to upcoming indie artists. Be sure to pick up the new album on October 22nd by visiting www.iamplaydough.com.
Fall kicks off with the story that there may be a bacon shortage in our future! This month we talk about this and other odd news stories along with the latest music and movie releases. We sit down and chat with David Walker, the East Coast Director for CUFI on Campus. Don't miss our interview with Ben Crist of The Glorious Unseen about the brand-new album "Lovesick". Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Johnny Swim - Heart Beats
Josh Garrels - Rise Remix by Kye Kye
Abel - Fifteen Years
Will Retherford - Rescue Us
The Glorious Unseen
This month we sit down with Kevin Kneifel of the band Abel to talk about their new album "Make It Right". In this in-depth interview, Kevin talks about how life has changed for the band, their decision to fund the album through Kickstarter and the deeper meaning behind the new music. Abel's new album "Make It Right" will be available for digital download on September 18, 2012.
Did these people not learn from the blockbuster movie "Snakes on a plane"? This month our panel of hosts bring you some of the oddest stories around the web. Plus we give you great new music and movie releases for September 2012. Be sure to visit us on Facebook today at www.facebook.com/TheCollisionPodcast. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Will Retherford - Arise
Shad - A Milli Vanilli
Derek Webb - Pressing on the Bruise
The Walking Tree is an incredible new band from Long Island New York. This month, we sit down with the guys to talk about the inspiration behind their Glorious EP, the music scene in New York and their relationship with Come and Live Records. Be sure to check out The Walking Tree on Facebook and Twitter today.
After a month off the podcast, we make a comeback with a great new show. This month we chat about how the male stereotype in advertising is backfiring, a new Brady Bunch TV show and a Groupon deal you won't believe. As always, we cover this months new media releases for August 2012. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Classic Crime - You and Me Both
Beautiful Eulogy - Take It Easy
Project 86 - Fall Goliath Fall
This month on the podcast we sit down with Eric Owyoung of Future of Forestry. We talk with him about what he learned from his Travel EP series, how fatherhood is shaping his writing and what inspired the new album "Young Man Follow". Find out more about the band by visiting www.futureofforestry.com.
The 7 piece band Bison is a breath of fresh air to folk music. Their mixture of classical and folk has made their self-published album "Quill" stand out in a big way. In this episode, the band shares how music is a family affair, how scripture has influenced their writing and the future of Bison. You can visit them on-line today at www.bisonfolk.com.
On the 3rd anniversary of the podcast we're introducing a new segment called "Recommendations". In the news we chat about a pastor dying from a rattle snake bite, being fined for texting while walking and a man who was ticketed for being charitable. Plus we interview the band Pioneer about their latest album with Slospeak Records. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Regina Spektor - All the Rowboats
Pioneer - Lights, Dreams
Tongue and Pen - Rescue
This month we sit down with artist, author and founder of Floodgate Productions, Gary Molander. In this interview he shares about his book "Pursuing Christ. Creating Art." and tells us why he's excited about what twentysomethings are doing with art in the church. Be sure to visit www.CollisionCM.com/blog to enter to win one of three copies of Gary's book. This contest ends on May 21, 2012.
On this episode of the podcast, we ask the pressing question, "Can you catch hipster disease?". Our hosts talk about the top 10 cities for hipsters, 8 insects you don't know you're eating and talk about FEMA's "Waffle House Index". Plus we interview Steve Stenstrom about the great new resource called The Increase. You can find them on-line at www.theincrease.org. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
SONS - Under the Sun
King Kulture ft. Theory Hazit and Lee Green - Beautiful Eulogy
sosaveme - Wasteland
The Washington Projects - Justus
The electo-rock trio Quiet Science puts together more of an experience then a concert when they tour. This month we sit down with lead singer Nathan to talk about their unique style, their new album Dark Words on Dark Wings and how their faith shapes their music. You can visit Quiet Science on-line at www.quietsciencemusic.com.
Yoga wasn't meant for guys, so now there's BROGA! This month our panel of hosts talk about this story, Dumb and Dumber 2 the movie and an app that can help stalkers. We also sit down with missionary Joseph Gordon to get a better understanding of sharing the gospel in a country closed to the message of Christ. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
The Walking Tree - Oh Brother
Josh Garrels - A Far-Off Hope
Josiah James - More to This Life
Jetty Rae is an amazing Folk artist from the great state of Michigan. On this episode of the podcast, Jetty gives us insight into her new album "Drowning in Grain". Plus Jetty gives us a little background on why she's an artist rep for an amazing non-profit. Be sure to check her out at www.jettyrae.com.
At least one person is lobbying to have Yoga as an Olympic event, and it's not us. You can check out that crazy news story along with a rundown of the new music and movies for the month of March 2012. Plus we chat with Heath McNease about his latest album "Thrift Store Jesus". Remember to share this show with your friends. Besides, where else can you get 4 people talking about baby cage fighting? Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Sarah MacIntosh - Current
Heath McNease - Thrift Store Jesus, Heart Still Beats, and All Is Well
Deas Vail - Wake Up and Sleep
This month we sit down with the guys from SONS to talk about their new album "Keep Quiet". In this interview, the band gives a glimpse into their recent name change, their new record deal with SloSpeak Records and they talk about what the new music means to them. Be sure to check out "Keep Quiet" on iTunes, Amazon or www.sonsofficial.com.
This month we're delivering news of long lost twins, a rich man who adopted his girlfriend and a sad day for a Star Wars fanatic. We have the incredible band Fever Fever come on this episode to talk about their new Kingdom EP. Plus Matt does his best Denzel Washington impression as we give you the latest media releases for February 2012. Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Quiet Science - A Feast for Crows
Fever Fever - Beautiful Dream & Far From Home
Kiros - Unshaken
This month we sit down with worship leader Jonny Hale. We talk with him about his album "Songs for the Desperate", how technology has changed how he records and his heart for ministry. Be sure to visit him today at www.jonnyhale.com.
As we flip the calendar to 2012, we sit down to record our very first LIVE episode of The Collision Podcast. This month we talk about a stolen monkey squirrel, using Million dollar bills at Wal-Mart, memorials for dead cows and iPhones that will curse at you. Plus we give you the new music and movies for the beginning of the year. Be sure to answer the Question of the Month by calling 1-706-623-3535! Music featured in this episode is in order of appearance:
Jetty Rae - Pumped Up Kicks (cover)
Paper Route - Better Life
Five Iron Frenzy - It Was a Dark and Stormy Night