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An extension of the 'award winning' music blog, Anhedonic Headphones. Following the site's original podcast from 2013, this NEW podcast will be interview based, discussing music and nostalgia, among other things.

Latest Episodes

Season Finale - Exactly Like 'Soul Train' (W/ Kevin Krein)

EIn the ninth episode, and finale of the podcast's first season, the format of the show is turned on its host; at the behest of a previous guest, Kevin finds someone willing to interviewhim about the music that has made an impact throughout his life. His charming wife Wendy willingly spoke with him, at length, about the idiotic amount of music he selected for the episode, as well as if the titular character from "ALF" needs to be 'Me Too'd', if you can swear on a podcast, and what it's like living with terribly fragile mental health. For more information about the AWARD WINNING music blog Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode 9 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In today's episode, we discussed: "I Wish it Would Rain Down," written and performed by Phil Collins, taken from the 1989 Atlantic Records release,...But Seriously. "Stranger Than Fiction," written by Brett Gurewitz and performed by Bad Religion, taken from the 1994 Atlantic Records release,Stranger Than Fiction. "Let Down" written and performed by Radiohead, taken from the 1997 Parlophone/Capitol Records release,OK Computer. "Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)," written and performed by Deftones, taken from the 1997 Maverick Records release,Around The Fur. "You Got Me," written by The Roots and Jill Scott, performed by The Roots, Eve, and Erykah Badu, taken from the 1999 MCA Records release,Things Fall Apart. "The Day Brings," written and performed by Brad, taken from the 1997 Epic Records release,Interiors. "I Didn't Understand," written and performed by Elliott Smith; original studio version taken from the 1998 Dreamworks Records releaseXO; this version is from the Dutch Television Program "2 Meter Sessions." "Pink Rabbits," written and performed by The National, taken from the 2013 4AD releaseTrouble Will Find Me. "Blue Chicago Moon," written by Jason Molina and performed by Songs: Ohia, taken from the 2002 Secretly Canadian release,Didn't it Rain? "Still Space," written and performed bySatoshi Ashikawa, taken from the 2019 Light in The Attic boxed set,Kankyō Ongaku: Japanese Ambient, Environmental & New Age Music 1980​-​1990. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

119 MINJUN 16
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Season Finale - Exactly Like 'Soul Train' (W/ Kevin Krein)

#Money (with Wesley Fraiser & Kyle Stille)

EIn the eighth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones podcast, Kevin welcomes back returning guests Kyle and Wes, who more or less invited themselves on to do a show together, and play a bunch of weird songs that made everyone uncomfortable. A lot of soda is consumed, and, among other topics, ways to monetize the podcast via product placement and 'The Mandela Effect' are discussed at length. For more information about the AWARD WINNING music blog Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode 8 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In today's episode, we discussed: "Montage," performed by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, featuring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe, taken from theSwiss Army Man original soundtrack, released by Lakeshore Records in 2016. "Reboot," performed by Fuzzy Bunny Fish Fry, taken from the self-released 2017 albumShow. "Rutabaga (Remix)," performed by The Flannery Brothers, taken from the 2010 self-released albumDance Songs for Silly Kids. "Terryfolds," performed by Chaos Chaos, featuring Justin Roiland, a 2017 single released by Smoosh Music. "Dancing in The Moonlight," performed by King Harvest, taken from the 1972 albumDancing in The Moonlight, released by Perception Records. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

54 MINMAY 11
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#Money (with Wesley Fraiser & Kyle Stille)

Never Get Your Boyfriend to Teach You Anything (w/ Sara Haase)

EIn the seventh episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones podcast, Kevin welcomes his former co-worker Sara to the program; she previously worked at the co-op for roughly three years before departing at the beginning of 2018. As you'll discover once you begin listening, Sara came prepared, complete with seven songs to discuss, handwritten talking points for almost all of them, and even a passage fromBraiding Sweetgrass to read. For more information about the AWARD WINNING music blog Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode 7 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In today's episode, we discussed: "If I Had A Ha...

78 MINAPR 28
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Never Get Your Boyfriend to Teach You Anything (w/ Sara Haase)

Michael Stipe and His Entire Family (w/ David Frost)

EIn the sixth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker, David Frost, or commonly known to almost everyone as, simply, Frost. Originally from Tennessee, Frost, like many people at the co-op, has lived a hundred lives before this one. He’s worked a number of interesting jobs, has played in a number of bands before moving to Minnesota, and as expected, has a delightfully eclectic taste in music, some of which comes out in the songs he decided to converse about on the show. Click here for more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 6 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we discussed: “Drain You,” performed by Nirvana, taken from the 1991 Geffen Records release Nevermind. “Halloween,” performed by The Dead Kennedys, taken from the 1982 Alternative Tentacles release Plastic Surgery Disaster. “Cheap Reward” performed by Elvis Costello, taken from the 1992 Rykodisc re-issue of My Aim is True. “Everybody Hurts,” performed by R.E.M., taken from the 1992 Warner Brothers Records release Automatic For The People. “Booty Swing,” performed by Parov Stelar, taken from the 2010 Estage Noir Recordings release The Paris Swing Box EP. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

47 MINAPR 8
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Michael Stipe and His Entire Family (w/ David Frost)

Why Is The Creeper Coming Around to All My Shows? (W/ Jermey Bishop)

EIn the fifth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker, Jeremy. Outside of having worked at the co-op for a number of years, prior to that, Jeremy was heavily involved with the 400 Bar, an iconic (and now shuttered) dive bar on Cedar Avenue in Minneapolis, near the University of Minnesota campus. Literally a hole in the wall, it however attracted a cavalcade of local talent, as well as national names that were all on the cusp of bigger things. The conversation about the music scene in Minneapolis was so enthralling, Kevin forgot to ask Jeremy about his earliest musical memory; maybe some other time? Click herefor more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 4 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.)The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we discussed: "Distance" by Beau Kinstler, from the 2005 self-released albumOcean. "Anytown Graffiti" by Pela, from the 2007 Great Society releaseAnytown Graffiti. "Rapture (Sweet Rapture)" by A.A. Bondy, from the 2007 Fat Possum releaseAmerican Hearts. "Rise Up With Fists!!" by Jenny Lewis and The Watson Twins, from the 2006 Team Love Records releaseRabbit Fur Coat. "Pale White Horse" by The Pines, from the 2004 Trailer Records releaseThe Pines; this Podcast uses a live/in-studio recording of the song from a 2013 Audio Tree session. "Tying My Shoes" and "Closing The Doors," both by Caroline Smith and The Goodnight Sleeps, from the 2008 self-released albumBackyard Tent Set. "Piano Song" by The Heartless Bastards, from the 2004 Fat Possum releaseStairs and Elevators. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

79 MINMAR 17
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Why Is The Creeper Coming Around to All My Shows? (W/ Jermey Bishop)

Hulk Hogan Had A Rap Band (W/ Kyle Stille)

EIn the fourth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker (and across the street neighbor) Kyle. Surprisingly, the entire podcast was not recorded in an exaggerated David Lynch-voice, but instead, the two discuss nostalgia for the 1980s and 1990s, having the same CD collection as kids, being a 'Hulkamaniac' and having fun with their families and friends, and Kyle's charmingly eclectic and diverse taste in music. Click herefor more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 4 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.)The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we discussed: "Beautiful Girl" by INXS, taken from the 1992 Atlantic Records release,Welcome to Wherever You Are. "Please Do Not Go" by The Violent Femmes, taken from the 1983 Slash Records release,Violent Femmes. "The Lovecats" by The Cure, taken from the 1983Fiction/Sire Records singles collection,Japanese Whispers. "Solsbury Hill" by Peter Gabriel, taken from the 1977 ATCO Records release,Peter Gabriel (Car.) "Like The Weather" by 10,000 Maniacs, taken from the 1987 Elektra Records release,In My Tribe. and as a special bonus track: "She Drives Me Crazy" by Fine Young Cannibals, taken from the 1989 London/IRS Release,The Raw & The Cooked. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

39 MINMAR 3
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Hulk Hogan Had A Rap Band (W/ Kyle Stille)

The Music That The Universe Would Sing (W/ Leona Openshaw)

EIn the third episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker Leona, who has worked at the co-op since day one (technically even before day one.) They are also joined by her dog, Bea, who is responsible for the occasional, frenetic jingling sound you will hear in the background. The two discuss the place where jazz, folk, and new age/word music converge, how people choose to consume music, music as poetry, and most importantly, the selection of six songs Leona has picked from throughout her life, and why. Click here for more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 3 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.)The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro...

53 MINFEB 17
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The Music That The Universe Would Sing (W/ Leona Openshaw)

An Eternity (Not in The Bad Sense) (w/ Wes Fraser)

EIn the second episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker Wes Fraser, and over the course of their conversation, they discuss nostalgia, pyrotechnic displays at a county fair level, the comic romp known asSwiss Army Man, deceased friends, and when you finally realize something 'slaps.' In their haste, they did, however, forget to discuss how the bass drop in "Kiss Me," by Sixpence None The Richer was ahead of its time. Click here for more information on the 'award winning' music blog Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 2 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we di...

44 MINFEB 6
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An Eternity (Not in The Bad Sense) (w/ Wes Fraser)

A Simple Plan Cover Band (Vicki Scott)

EIn the first episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, host Kevin Krein chats with his co-worker Vicki Scott, who also happens to be a prolific podcaster herself as the co-host of both She/Her/Hers and Grilled Cheese and Gin. Vicki provides eight songs to discuss on the show, including songs old, new, borrowed, and blue, as well as a 'sixpence in her shoe,' her 'favorite brother-in-law,' and her favorite 'wedding crasher.' The two also talk about nostalgia, freeing Ke$ha, starting a pop-punk cover band, and how time is a flat circle, among other things. Click here for more information on the 'award winning' music blog, Anhedonic Headphones. Listen to Vicki Scott's other podcasts: Grilled Cheese and Gin, and She/Her/Hers. Episode 1 Credits: The intro contains an excerpt from "Huey," performed by Earl Sweatshirt, taken from the Columbia/Tan Cressida 2015 releaseI Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassm...

57 MINJAN 14
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A Simple Plan Cover Band (Vicki Scott)
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Latest Episodes

Season Finale - Exactly Like 'Soul Train' (W/ Kevin Krein)

EIn the ninth episode, and finale of the podcast's first season, the format of the show is turned on its host; at the behest of a previous guest, Kevin finds someone willing to interviewhim about the music that has made an impact throughout his life. His charming wife Wendy willingly spoke with him, at length, about the idiotic amount of music he selected for the episode, as well as if the titular character from "ALF" needs to be 'Me Too'd', if you can swear on a podcast, and what it's like living with terribly fragile mental health. For more information about the AWARD WINNING music blog Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode 9 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In today's episode, we discussed: "I Wish it Would Rain Down," written and performed by Phil Collins, taken from the 1989 Atlantic Records release,...But Seriously. "Stranger Than Fiction," written by Brett Gurewitz and performed by Bad Religion, taken from the 1994 Atlantic Records release,Stranger Than Fiction. "Let Down" written and performed by Radiohead, taken from the 1997 Parlophone/Capitol Records release,OK Computer. "Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)," written and performed by Deftones, taken from the 1997 Maverick Records release,Around The Fur. "You Got Me," written by The Roots and Jill Scott, performed by The Roots, Eve, and Erykah Badu, taken from the 1999 MCA Records release,Things Fall Apart. "The Day Brings," written and performed by Brad, taken from the 1997 Epic Records release,Interiors. "I Didn't Understand," written and performed by Elliott Smith; original studio version taken from the 1998 Dreamworks Records releaseXO; this version is from the Dutch Television Program "2 Meter Sessions." "Pink Rabbits," written and performed by The National, taken from the 2013 4AD releaseTrouble Will Find Me. "Blue Chicago Moon," written by Jason Molina and performed by Songs: Ohia, taken from the 2002 Secretly Canadian release,Didn't it Rain? "Still Space," written and performed bySatoshi Ashikawa, taken from the 2019 Light in The Attic boxed set,Kankyō Ongaku: Japanese Ambient, Environmental & New Age Music 1980​-​1990. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

119 MINJUN 16
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Season Finale - Exactly Like 'Soul Train' (W/ Kevin Krein)

#Money (with Wesley Fraiser & Kyle Stille)

EIn the eighth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones podcast, Kevin welcomes back returning guests Kyle and Wes, who more or less invited themselves on to do a show together, and play a bunch of weird songs that made everyone uncomfortable. A lot of soda is consumed, and, among other topics, ways to monetize the podcast via product placement and 'The Mandela Effect' are discussed at length. For more information about the AWARD WINNING music blog Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode 8 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In today's episode, we discussed: "Montage," performed by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, featuring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe, taken from theSwiss Army Man original soundtrack, released by Lakeshore Records in 2016. "Reboot," performed by Fuzzy Bunny Fish Fry, taken from the self-released 2017 albumShow. "Rutabaga (Remix)," performed by The Flannery Brothers, taken from the 2010 self-released albumDance Songs for Silly Kids. "Terryfolds," performed by Chaos Chaos, featuring Justin Roiland, a 2017 single released by Smoosh Music. "Dancing in The Moonlight," performed by King Harvest, taken from the 1972 albumDancing in The Moonlight, released by Perception Records. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

54 MINMAY 11
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#Money (with Wesley Fraiser & Kyle Stille)

Never Get Your Boyfriend to Teach You Anything (w/ Sara Haase)

EIn the seventh episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones podcast, Kevin welcomes his former co-worker Sara to the program; she previously worked at the co-op for roughly three years before departing at the beginning of 2018. As you'll discover once you begin listening, Sara came prepared, complete with seven songs to discuss, handwritten talking points for almost all of them, and even a passage fromBraiding Sweetgrass to read. For more information about the AWARD WINNING music blog Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode 7 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In today's episode, we discussed: "If I Had A Ha...

78 MINAPR 28
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Never Get Your Boyfriend to Teach You Anything (w/ Sara Haase)

Michael Stipe and His Entire Family (w/ David Frost)

EIn the sixth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker, David Frost, or commonly known to almost everyone as, simply, Frost. Originally from Tennessee, Frost, like many people at the co-op, has lived a hundred lives before this one. He’s worked a number of interesting jobs, has played in a number of bands before moving to Minnesota, and as expected, has a delightfully eclectic taste in music, some of which comes out in the songs he decided to converse about on the show. Click here for more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 6 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets release Liquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records release Liquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we discussed: “Drain You,” performed by Nirvana, taken from the 1991 Geffen Records release Nevermind. “Halloween,” performed by The Dead Kennedys, taken from the 1982 Alternative Tentacles release Plastic Surgery Disaster. “Cheap Reward” performed by Elvis Costello, taken from the 1992 Rykodisc re-issue of My Aim is True. “Everybody Hurts,” performed by R.E.M., taken from the 1992 Warner Brothers Records release Automatic For The People. “Booty Swing,” performed by Parov Stelar, taken from the 2010 Estage Noir Recordings release The Paris Swing Box EP. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

47 MINAPR 8
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Michael Stipe and His Entire Family (w/ David Frost)

Why Is The Creeper Coming Around to All My Shows? (W/ Jermey Bishop)

EIn the fifth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker, Jeremy. Outside of having worked at the co-op for a number of years, prior to that, Jeremy was heavily involved with the 400 Bar, an iconic (and now shuttered) dive bar on Cedar Avenue in Minneapolis, near the University of Minnesota campus. Literally a hole in the wall, it however attracted a cavalcade of local talent, as well as national names that were all on the cusp of bigger things. The conversation about the music scene in Minneapolis was so enthralling, Kevin forgot to ask Jeremy about his earliest musical memory; maybe some other time? Click herefor more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 4 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.)The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we discussed: "Distance" by Beau Kinstler, from the 2005 self-released albumOcean. "Anytown Graffiti" by Pela, from the 2007 Great Society releaseAnytown Graffiti. "Rapture (Sweet Rapture)" by A.A. Bondy, from the 2007 Fat Possum releaseAmerican Hearts. "Rise Up With Fists!!" by Jenny Lewis and The Watson Twins, from the 2006 Team Love Records releaseRabbit Fur Coat. "Pale White Horse" by The Pines, from the 2004 Trailer Records releaseThe Pines; this Podcast uses a live/in-studio recording of the song from a 2013 Audio Tree session. "Tying My Shoes" and "Closing The Doors," both by Caroline Smith and The Goodnight Sleeps, from the 2008 self-released albumBackyard Tent Set. "Piano Song" by The Heartless Bastards, from the 2004 Fat Possum releaseStairs and Elevators. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

79 MINMAR 17
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Why Is The Creeper Coming Around to All My Shows? (W/ Jermey Bishop)

Hulk Hogan Had A Rap Band (W/ Kyle Stille)

EIn the fourth episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker (and across the street neighbor) Kyle. Surprisingly, the entire podcast was not recorded in an exaggerated David Lynch-voice, but instead, the two discuss nostalgia for the 1980s and 1990s, having the same CD collection as kids, being a 'Hulkamaniac' and having fun with their families and friends, and Kyle's charmingly eclectic and diverse taste in music. Click herefor more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 4 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.)The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we discussed: "Beautiful Girl" by INXS, taken from the 1992 Atlantic Records release,Welcome to Wherever You Are. "Please Do Not Go" by The Violent Femmes, taken from the 1983 Slash Records release,Violent Femmes. "The Lovecats" by The Cure, taken from the 1983Fiction/Sire Records singles collection,Japanese Whispers. "Solsbury Hill" by Peter Gabriel, taken from the 1977 ATCO Records release,Peter Gabriel (Car.) "Like The Weather" by 10,000 Maniacs, taken from the 1987 Elektra Records release,In My Tribe. and as a special bonus track: "She Drives Me Crazy" by Fine Young Cannibals, taken from the 1989 London/IRS Release,The Raw & The Cooked. Please note the music played on the Anhedonic Headphones is used with the intent for discussion and promotional purposes only. Please do not sue me because someone wanted to talk about your song on the show. Thank you for understanding.

39 MINMAR 3
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Hulk Hogan Had A Rap Band (W/ Kyle Stille)

The Music That The Universe Would Sing (W/ Leona Openshaw)

EIn the third episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker Leona, who has worked at the co-op since day one (technically even before day one.) They are also joined by her dog, Bea, who is responsible for the occasional, frenetic jingling sound you will hear in the background. The two discuss the place where jazz, folk, and new age/word music converge, how people choose to consume music, music as poetry, and most importantly, the selection of six songs Leona has picked from throughout her life, and why. Click here for more information about the AWARD WINNING music site, Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 3 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.)The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro...

53 MINFEB 17
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The Music That The Universe Would Sing (W/ Leona Openshaw)

An Eternity (Not in The Bad Sense) (w/ Wes Fraser)

EIn the second episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, Kevin interviews his co-worker Wes Fraser, and over the course of their conversation, they discuss nostalgia, pyrotechnic displays at a county fair level, the comic romp known asSwiss Army Man, deceased friends, and when you finally realize something 'slaps.' In their haste, they did, however, forget to discuss how the bass drop in "Kiss Me," by Sixpence None The Richer was ahead of its time. Click here for more information on the 'award winning' music blog Anhedonic Headphones. Episode 2 credits: The intro to the episode featured an instrumental version of "Labels," performed by GZA/Genius, taken from the 2012 Get On Down/Geffen/Universal Music Special Markets releaseLiquid Swords - The Chess Box (Instrumentals.) The song originally appears on the 1995 Geffen Records releaseLiquid Swords. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassment," airing from 1999 to 2005. In this episode, we di...

44 MINFEB 6
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An Eternity (Not in The Bad Sense) (w/ Wes Fraser)

A Simple Plan Cover Band (Vicki Scott)

EIn the first episode of the ALL NEW Anhedonic Headphones Podcast, host Kevin Krein chats with his co-worker Vicki Scott, who also happens to be a prolific podcaster herself as the co-host of both She/Her/Hers and Grilled Cheese and Gin. Vicki provides eight songs to discuss on the show, including songs old, new, borrowed, and blue, as well as a 'sixpence in her shoe,' her 'favorite brother-in-law,' and her favorite 'wedding crasher.' The two also talk about nostalgia, freeing Ke$ha, starting a pop-punk cover band, and how time is a flat circle, among other things. Click here for more information on the 'award winning' music blog, Anhedonic Headphones. Listen to Vicki Scott's other podcasts: Grilled Cheese and Gin, and She/Her/Hers. Episode 1 Credits: The intro contains an excerpt from "Huey," performed by Earl Sweatshirt, taken from the Columbia/Tan Cressida 2015 releaseI Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside. The theme music is a YouTube rip of the intro to BET's "Rap City: The Bassm...

57 MINJAN 14
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A Simple Plan Cover Band (Vicki Scott)
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