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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP31. Political Skews. 11.12.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP31. Political Skews. 11.12.12This past election has me reminiscing of who I was in my teens. Certainly who I am now is shaped by the music I’m listening to currently. But how much of my views were shaped by artists when I was showing up late to class and smoking cigarettes in the parking lot of my high school. In my early twenties I had good friends of mine tell me that I helped shaped who they were, their style, the music they listened to, political opinions. And I’m sure that’s true because I’m amazing in almost every way. But was it all me? Or were my beliefs molded by artists like Justin Sane of Anti-Flag, and Tim Armstrong of Rancid, then simply regurgitated while sitting in technical theatre class learning nothing. I didn’t come from any type of hardship. Not like the musicians I respected and emulated. I grew up with a dad who taught Government, and Economics and a Mom who remarried a Pharmacist. There was nothing left to be desired, materially. B...

-1 s2012 DEC 15
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP31. Political Skews. 11.12.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP33. Twelve Tracks of Christmas 12.13.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP33. Twelve Tracks of Christmas 12.13.12Hey Donkey Punchers, For me this year has proved promising. I am not the type of person to sit by and watch opportunities fly past me. I certainly seize the carp, and I am positive that amazing things will happen for me this year because I work hard to make my life meaningful. I started this podcast because I wanted to create a DEMO, or portfolio that people could hear and scrutinize. But the more I listened to bands and the more I played around with my editing toys the more it became less of a resume and more of a labor of love. I hope that you have enjoyed these episodes as much as I have enjoyed making them for you. Please tell your friends to listen if they enjoy discovering new music and the meaning behind the artists that create, what I consider cutting edge rock and roll… or really whatever I like listening to. This episode was created for the listener to count down the days till Christmas from the 13th of Decemb...

-1 s2012 DEC 13
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP33. Twelve Tracks of Christmas 12.13.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP32. Tame Impala. 11.07.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP32. Tame Impala. 11.07.12 I’m back and I hope you’re all doing well. Thanks for sticking with me during my move and the podcast dry spell. The truth is I’ve hardly had any time to think about recording with the move. I have, however had several ideas floating around in my head. For instance I am thinking of changing the name of this podcast to Digital Spray Paint. And I am going to make the format a bit different, offering more variety, in the ways of interviews with bands, alongside phone conversations with my radio alumni, and comedian friends. With that said I am going to give you one more traditional FeedBack podcast the way it’s been since I started this little project. Also listen for a series I’m calling the 12 tracks of Christmas, that will IV drip songs throughout the month of December for your listening pleasure, as we get ready to start the new podcast format that will beguine soon after the new year. Thanks for listening now here’s the Podca...

-1 s2012 DEC 8
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP32. Tame Impala. 11.07.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP30 .Simply New Music (Nude Beach/Explorers Club). 10.28.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP30 .Simply New Music (Nude Beach/Explorers Club). 10.28.12As music continues to drown my every waking moment I have noticed a trend in new bands that gives me hope for a brighter future: Simplicity. I use the term “Simplicity” synonymously with “Roots” and for me roots are early 90’s rock. I define this because I know that others around me are still wandering through the desert looking for a band that sounds like Bango Tango, Def Leppard or Ratt, and I make no apologies in saying that I am done with trying to understand what 80’s hair metal had to offer their generation. Even though I was born in the eighties I didn’t raise myself on that style of music for what has now become a drawn out reason. I don’t feel that there will ever be a time when Quiet Riot will try to be emulated again. There is less nostalgia in bands that harness an attitude of tits and booze over a message, or playing an instrument as wasted as possible over stepping up for an oppre...

-1 s2012 OCT 29
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP30 .Simply New Music (Nude Beach/Explorers Club). 10.28.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP28. Sinkane / On-Line Meia. 10.06.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP28. Sinkane / On-Line Meia. 10.06.12Originally this podcast was supposed to highlight the work of Sinkane but somewhere along the line my Attention Deficit Disorder got the best of me and I began to think and write about all the amazing music I have downloaded in the past few years. I started this podcast to highlight bands that my listeners haven’t heard of yet and hopefully expose them to genres that they may not have known they could like, while at the same time keeping my production chops fresh. Along the way I have discovered some amazing talent that I wouldn’t have even known about without this online underground music society and to me that is awesome. I would like to start interviewing underground bands that have at least one album out, and are willing to sit on the phone with me and discuss their craft, and what it feels like to do what they do. If that sounds like fun to you then hit me up on FaceBook/WesleyNyle or find me on Twitter/WesleyNyle. I...

-1 s2012 OCT 6
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP28. Sinkane / On-Line Meia. 10.06.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP27. Silver Ships (Interview w. Chazz and Kat). 09.19.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP27. Silver Ships (Interview w. Chazz and Kat). 09.19.12On this podcast Wes Nyle chats on the phone with one of the coolest, newest, and insatiably creative indie rock artists in Austin right now. Chazz Bessette of Silver Ships, and his girlfriend Kat Hernandez are working in an all analog home studio they’ve created in their master bedroom and will be releasing an album on vinyl as well as a digital release as soon as January. Before the album is released Chazz elaborates on a few songs, shares some hope recording tips, and shares a FeedBack (Podcast) exclusive track: Summer's Gone. Wes also talks with them about the struggles and triumphs of owning and operating a home studio, the differences between digital and analog, Mexican candy, and drunken hamsters. SPOILER ALLERT: There’s hardly any. Support Silver Ships Here: FB/ ReverbNation Listen to Silver Ships FeedBack (Podcast) exclusive track @ www.WesTexasMedia.com/FeedBack

-1 s2012 SEP 20
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP27. Silver Ships (Interview w. Chazz and Kat). 09.19.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP26. Lambchop. 09.10.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP26. Lambchop. 09.10.12Many credit the early nineties as the dawn of indie music. And at the helm of this movement, even if by accident, was Lambchop. A group fronted by Nashville native Kurt Wagner. One that started distributing self-recorded tapes in nineteen-ninety, and is now titled as one of the most original country bands around. You won’t find Lambchop touring much, simply because Wagner’s supporting cast is constantly changing, and even now when on the road, Kurt admits live shows are an interpretation of the current album. Albums that always try to carry a concept; a feat that Wagner admits is getting more drawn out as he moves into his late fifties. Through the years the band has dawned many names, albums, members and even genres. The lineup of each record is impossible for me to comprehend as the list of Kurt’s companions in Nashville continues to expand. And with elements of Soul, Jazz, Lounge, and Country Western, mashed with nonobjective lyric...

-1 s2012 SEP 11
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP26. Lambchop. 09.10.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP254. Walk the Moon. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP254. Walk the Moon. 08.17.12Like anything worth doing, it takes time to get where you want to be. This year Cincinnati locals Nick Petricca, Kevin Ray, Eli Maiman, and Sean Waugaman have signed with RCA, and their self-titled album Walk the Moon is gaining traction with it’s current hit Anna Sun sitting 24th on Billboard’s Rock Song charts. Only three years before the success of the RCA release Nick was trying to build the bands reputation by touring local venues and pedaling two self-made albums. Petricca says, Walk the Moon’s current lineup, the lineup that freshens up tracks from their harder to find 2010 self-distributed I Want! I Want! on the new self-titled, has only been around since this year. But with the bands new found following, and touring schedule changes are a survival tactic at this point. There is something endearing about a group who pays attention to their audience in aspects that most artists wouldn’t. Face paint on the band and crowd ...

-1 s2012 AUG 24
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP254. Walk the Moon. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP24. Givers. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP24. Givers. 08.17.12When you hear stories of the modern music era success, stories of youtube, iTunes, and social networking seem to be a centralized theme. It’s refreshing to know that bands still create buzz and build a fan base the old fashion way. By playing what they love, being recognized by local clubs, and expanding through traditional word of mouth outlets. During January of 2009 in Lafayette, LA a quintet was developing from the idea that traditional African, Cajun and Zydeco elements, can be held together with an experimental glue. Taylor Guarisco and Tiffany Lamson were home from the University of New Orleans, after Hurricane Katrina. The two had been playing since 2005 and were now experimenting with, Kirby Campbell on drums, and Josh LeBlanc who then was known as one of the most impressive trumpet players in the area, but now on bass. Kirby was attending Berklee College of Music but after a late night jam, Guarisco posed the question that they ...

-1 s2012 AUG 17
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP24. Givers. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP23. Hacienda. 08.10.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP23. Hacienda. 08.10.12Music has a special harmony and rhythm when a band is bonded by blood. The Allman Brothers, The Kings of Leon, The Jonas Brothers! The point is: Credence is owed to Hacienda, a four-piece from San Antonio, TX who earned their first professional recording, before a Black Keys show, when they laid their six-song demo on Dan Auerbach. The boys form the Black Keys have been in my line of site a lot lately it seems. We talked about Patrick Carney last week helping with Tennis’ new release. In the same vein Dan has helped fellow indie two piece JEFF the Brotherhood with their new album Hypnotic Nights. And does it not strike you a little coincidental that along with the infamous album of the Keys’ titled Brothers that Dan also has his mixer fingers in the latest release from Hacienda. A band comprised of three brothers and one cousin. Luck or persistence the group made it work after years of being unsatisfied with bands that didn’t understa...

-1 s2012 AUG 11
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP23. Hacienda. 08.10.12

Latest Episodes

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP31. Political Skews. 11.12.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP31. Political Skews. 11.12.12This past election has me reminiscing of who I was in my teens. Certainly who I am now is shaped by the music I’m listening to currently. But how much of my views were shaped by artists when I was showing up late to class and smoking cigarettes in the parking lot of my high school. In my early twenties I had good friends of mine tell me that I helped shaped who they were, their style, the music they listened to, political opinions. And I’m sure that’s true because I’m amazing in almost every way. But was it all me? Or were my beliefs molded by artists like Justin Sane of Anti-Flag, and Tim Armstrong of Rancid, then simply regurgitated while sitting in technical theatre class learning nothing. I didn’t come from any type of hardship. Not like the musicians I respected and emulated. I grew up with a dad who taught Government, and Economics and a Mom who remarried a Pharmacist. There was nothing left to be desired, materially. B...

-1 s2012 DEC 15
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP31. Political Skews. 11.12.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP33. Twelve Tracks of Christmas 12.13.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP33. Twelve Tracks of Christmas 12.13.12Hey Donkey Punchers, For me this year has proved promising. I am not the type of person to sit by and watch opportunities fly past me. I certainly seize the carp, and I am positive that amazing things will happen for me this year because I work hard to make my life meaningful. I started this podcast because I wanted to create a DEMO, or portfolio that people could hear and scrutinize. But the more I listened to bands and the more I played around with my editing toys the more it became less of a resume and more of a labor of love. I hope that you have enjoyed these episodes as much as I have enjoyed making them for you. Please tell your friends to listen if they enjoy discovering new music and the meaning behind the artists that create, what I consider cutting edge rock and roll… or really whatever I like listening to. This episode was created for the listener to count down the days till Christmas from the 13th of Decemb...

-1 s2012 DEC 13
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP33. Twelve Tracks of Christmas 12.13.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP32. Tame Impala. 11.07.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP32. Tame Impala. 11.07.12 I’m back and I hope you’re all doing well. Thanks for sticking with me during my move and the podcast dry spell. The truth is I’ve hardly had any time to think about recording with the move. I have, however had several ideas floating around in my head. For instance I am thinking of changing the name of this podcast to Digital Spray Paint. And I am going to make the format a bit different, offering more variety, in the ways of interviews with bands, alongside phone conversations with my radio alumni, and comedian friends. With that said I am going to give you one more traditional FeedBack podcast the way it’s been since I started this little project. Also listen for a series I’m calling the 12 tracks of Christmas, that will IV drip songs throughout the month of December for your listening pleasure, as we get ready to start the new podcast format that will beguine soon after the new year. Thanks for listening now here’s the Podca...

-1 s2012 DEC 8
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP32. Tame Impala. 11.07.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP30 .Simply New Music (Nude Beach/Explorers Club). 10.28.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP30 .Simply New Music (Nude Beach/Explorers Club). 10.28.12As music continues to drown my every waking moment I have noticed a trend in new bands that gives me hope for a brighter future: Simplicity. I use the term “Simplicity” synonymously with “Roots” and for me roots are early 90’s rock. I define this because I know that others around me are still wandering through the desert looking for a band that sounds like Bango Tango, Def Leppard or Ratt, and I make no apologies in saying that I am done with trying to understand what 80’s hair metal had to offer their generation. Even though I was born in the eighties I didn’t raise myself on that style of music for what has now become a drawn out reason. I don’t feel that there will ever be a time when Quiet Riot will try to be emulated again. There is less nostalgia in bands that harness an attitude of tits and booze over a message, or playing an instrument as wasted as possible over stepping up for an oppre...

-1 s2012 OCT 29
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP30 .Simply New Music (Nude Beach/Explorers Club). 10.28.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP28. Sinkane / On-Line Meia. 10.06.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP28. Sinkane / On-Line Meia. 10.06.12Originally this podcast was supposed to highlight the work of Sinkane but somewhere along the line my Attention Deficit Disorder got the best of me and I began to think and write about all the amazing music I have downloaded in the past few years. I started this podcast to highlight bands that my listeners haven’t heard of yet and hopefully expose them to genres that they may not have known they could like, while at the same time keeping my production chops fresh. Along the way I have discovered some amazing talent that I wouldn’t have even known about without this online underground music society and to me that is awesome. I would like to start interviewing underground bands that have at least one album out, and are willing to sit on the phone with me and discuss their craft, and what it feels like to do what they do. If that sounds like fun to you then hit me up on FaceBook/WesleyNyle or find me on Twitter/WesleyNyle. I...

-1 s2012 OCT 6
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP28. Sinkane / On-Line Meia. 10.06.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP27. Silver Ships (Interview w. Chazz and Kat). 09.19.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP27. Silver Ships (Interview w. Chazz and Kat). 09.19.12On this podcast Wes Nyle chats on the phone with one of the coolest, newest, and insatiably creative indie rock artists in Austin right now. Chazz Bessette of Silver Ships, and his girlfriend Kat Hernandez are working in an all analog home studio they’ve created in their master bedroom and will be releasing an album on vinyl as well as a digital release as soon as January. Before the album is released Chazz elaborates on a few songs, shares some hope recording tips, and shares a FeedBack (Podcast) exclusive track: Summer's Gone. Wes also talks with them about the struggles and triumphs of owning and operating a home studio, the differences between digital and analog, Mexican candy, and drunken hamsters. SPOILER ALLERT: There’s hardly any. Support Silver Ships Here: FB/ ReverbNation Listen to Silver Ships FeedBack (Podcast) exclusive track @ www.WesTexasMedia.com/FeedBack

-1 s2012 SEP 20
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP27. Silver Ships (Interview w. Chazz and Kat). 09.19.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP26. Lambchop. 09.10.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP26. Lambchop. 09.10.12Many credit the early nineties as the dawn of indie music. And at the helm of this movement, even if by accident, was Lambchop. A group fronted by Nashville native Kurt Wagner. One that started distributing self-recorded tapes in nineteen-ninety, and is now titled as one of the most original country bands around. You won’t find Lambchop touring much, simply because Wagner’s supporting cast is constantly changing, and even now when on the road, Kurt admits live shows are an interpretation of the current album. Albums that always try to carry a concept; a feat that Wagner admits is getting more drawn out as he moves into his late fifties. Through the years the band has dawned many names, albums, members and even genres. The lineup of each record is impossible for me to comprehend as the list of Kurt’s companions in Nashville continues to expand. And with elements of Soul, Jazz, Lounge, and Country Western, mashed with nonobjective lyric...

-1 s2012 SEP 11
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP26. Lambchop. 09.10.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP254. Walk the Moon. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP254. Walk the Moon. 08.17.12Like anything worth doing, it takes time to get where you want to be. This year Cincinnati locals Nick Petricca, Kevin Ray, Eli Maiman, and Sean Waugaman have signed with RCA, and their self-titled album Walk the Moon is gaining traction with it’s current hit Anna Sun sitting 24th on Billboard’s Rock Song charts. Only three years before the success of the RCA release Nick was trying to build the bands reputation by touring local venues and pedaling two self-made albums. Petricca says, Walk the Moon’s current lineup, the lineup that freshens up tracks from their harder to find 2010 self-distributed I Want! I Want! on the new self-titled, has only been around since this year. But with the bands new found following, and touring schedule changes are a survival tactic at this point. There is something endearing about a group who pays attention to their audience in aspects that most artists wouldn’t. Face paint on the band and crowd ...

-1 s2012 AUG 24
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP254. Walk the Moon. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP24. Givers. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP24. Givers. 08.17.12When you hear stories of the modern music era success, stories of youtube, iTunes, and social networking seem to be a centralized theme. It’s refreshing to know that bands still create buzz and build a fan base the old fashion way. By playing what they love, being recognized by local clubs, and expanding through traditional word of mouth outlets. During January of 2009 in Lafayette, LA a quintet was developing from the idea that traditional African, Cajun and Zydeco elements, can be held together with an experimental glue. Taylor Guarisco and Tiffany Lamson were home from the University of New Orleans, after Hurricane Katrina. The two had been playing since 2005 and were now experimenting with, Kirby Campbell on drums, and Josh LeBlanc who then was known as one of the most impressive trumpet players in the area, but now on bass. Kirby was attending Berklee College of Music but after a late night jam, Guarisco posed the question that they ...

-1 s2012 AUG 17
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP24. Givers. 08.17.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP23. Hacienda. 08.10.12

FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP23. Hacienda. 08.10.12Music has a special harmony and rhythm when a band is bonded by blood. The Allman Brothers, The Kings of Leon, The Jonas Brothers! The point is: Credence is owed to Hacienda, a four-piece from San Antonio, TX who earned their first professional recording, before a Black Keys show, when they laid their six-song demo on Dan Auerbach. The boys form the Black Keys have been in my line of site a lot lately it seems. We talked about Patrick Carney last week helping with Tennis’ new release. In the same vein Dan has helped fellow indie two piece JEFF the Brotherhood with their new album Hypnotic Nights. And does it not strike you a little coincidental that along with the infamous album of the Keys’ titled Brothers that Dan also has his mixer fingers in the latest release from Hacienda. A band comprised of three brothers and one cousin. Luck or persistence the group made it work after years of being unsatisfied with bands that didn’t understa...

-1 s2012 AUG 11
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FeedBack w. Wes Nyle. EP23. Hacienda. 08.10.12