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Two semi-basic BAB's* living young, dumb, and broke in the Mile High City. Welcome to Bangin & Slangin, the podcast where anything goes. Join us on this journey of madness and laughs while we dive into ALL the topics. From dating to the fact that Epstein did not kill himself, there is NOTHING we won't cover. We are like those News Anchors you didn't ask for, but desperately need in your life...*BABs is the equivalent of Broke Ass B*tches
 
New Slang is (mostly) an interview-based podcast hosted by music journalist Thomas Mooney. For the most part, it's an hour-long conversation with singer-songwriters, musicians, and bands within the Americana, country, folk, and rock realms. We discuss influences, albums, songwriting, and all things within that artist's life. Thomas Mooney has been published in the likes of Texas Monthly, Rolling Stone Country, Lone Star Music Magazine, Texas Music Magazine, Wide Open Country, and several oth ...
 
While a columnist for The Chicago Record humorist George Ade penned numerous “fables” which were subsequently collected into books. Fables in Slang is the first of these collections. It contains 26 satirical stories that lampoon phrenologists, idealists, snobs, fanatics and other ignorant fools of the day, most of which still wander through our modern lives. Jean Shepherd considered Ade a predecessor who made writers like James Thurber, Mike Royko, and himself possible. Fables in Slang was f ...
 
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On Episode 142, I'm joined by country singer-songwriter Shelby Lee Lowe. About a month back, Lowe released Something in Me, a strong three-song EP that embraces Lowe's country croon, warbling pedal steel, and the gentle lean of neo-traditional sonic sways. Lowe's brand of heartache storytelling falls right in line as well. Much of 2020 has seen the…
 
1.谢谢、谢你啦 (xièle,xiè nǐ la) More casual than 谢谢 2. 多谢 (duōxiè) Roughly as casual as 谢谢; neutral 3. 辛苦了(xīnkǔle) Literally, “trouble”, “hardship”, “laborious.”Used in this way as a work-oriented way to thank someone for their contributions. 4. 多费心了(duō fèixīnle) Used as preemptive gratitude for something that someone WILL do for you. 5. 你人真好(nǐ rén z…
 
Have you ever suffered from FOMO or JOMO? If you've no idea what I'm talking about, then it could be argued that you're in fact already a victim of them without knowing! So FOMO, F-O-M-O what is it? This relatively new acronym stands for the expression fear of missing out, used to describe that feeling of anxiety which many people experience when t…
 
Hey BAB'$ were back, we're better, and we're THANKFUL. The last two weeks we got the rona and had to quarantine. Luckily, we are both healthy and back on our bullshit. Join us this episode as we address our struggles of the year and then talk about our blessings. We know this is airing a couple days after Thanksgiving, or more appropriately called …
 
Episode 141 is with The Panhandlers--the West Texas collaboration between songwriters Josh Abbott, William Clark Green, John Baumann, and Cleto Cordero of Flatland Cavalry--who released their debut self-titled last Spring. As their namesake alludes, these songs are about the Panhandle of Texas and the greater West Texas area in general. As sons of …
 
On Episode 140, I'm joined by Andrew Nelson, vocalist/guitarist of Great Peacock, and Sadler Vaden, singer-songwriter and guitarist of Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit. This episode is more of a roundtable conversation where Nelson, Vaden, and I discuss Heartland Rock, Americana, genre labels as a whole, Spotify playlists, pushing artist narratives more…
 
We're closing the week being joined by Ward Davis. The country singer-songwriter is releasing Black Cats and Crows tomorrow, Friday, November 20. These haunting undertones are a real driving force for the album. They mainly come in the brooding baritone in Davis' powerful, whiskey-soaked vocals and the midnight black vibrato of warbling guitars, bu…
 
We're kicking off the week being joined by singer-songwriter Bo Armstrong, who next week, Tuesday, November 24, will be releasing his full-length debut album, Chasing Ballads. The Nashville via Dallas songwriter collaborated with producer Brian Douglas Phillips (David Ramirez, Thomas Csorba, Rob Baird) on the effort and created a hearty soundscape …
 
First off, it's not Christmas so ya'll need to stop...but even if you don't, we understand. Why would we understand this madness you may ask? Well the answer is simple; mindfulness and gratitude. That's right baby, the BAB'$ are present asf tonight. The holidays are coming and this year, especially, we don't know what that may look like for everyon…
 
On Episode 137, I'm joined by Clay Maselle, the lead vocalist of Strung Like A Horse. The Chattanooga, Tennessee outfit released the excellent new album Whoa! a couple of weeks back (Friday, Oct 30). With producer/engineer Matt Ross-Spang at the helm, SLAH delivers a rich and vibrant full-length that captures them at their best. Whoa! embraces the …
 
1. 乔·拜登(qiáo·bài dēng) Joe Biden’s transliterated name. Usually written as just 拜登。Sometimes “Joseph”is written out as 约瑟夫,but this year has been hard enough so let’s keep it simple. Also note how an interpunct (·) is used between first and last names when transliterated. 2. 败登(bài dēng) A derisive nickname for Biden, anticipating his failure or de…
 
This week, we kick things off with Texas singer-songwriter Josh Abbott, who at week's end will be releasing his sixth full-length album, The Highway Kind (Friday, Nov. 13). I feel that The Highway Kind not only has some of Abbott's best songwriting to date, it's also Abbott's strongest full-length both thematically and sonically. Abbott has long be…
 
Are you sick of talking about the election? Cause we sure are...so lets talk about it! In this episode we go off about the stupid election texts, our fear of another 4 years of Donald, and we hear from our special guest, WISE WILLIAM. Hope you enjoy and since we love you, we also have information about our FIRST GIVEAWAY. For a sneak peak on the pr…
 
On Episode 135, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Stephanie Lambring. She released the excellent and intimate album Autonomy a few weeks back (October 23) to critical acclaim. Revolving around bold and direct storytelling, Lambring has crafted some of the most personable personal songs of the year. Much of the Autonomy's beauty comes in how comfortab…
 
On Episode 134, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Cam, who released the exceptional, genre-transcending The Otherside this past Friday (Oct 30). Cam has long been one of my favorite artists due to her refreshing pop sensibilities, lyrical (and vocal) nuance, and the emotional weight that much of her songwriting catalog carries. The Otherside sees Cam…
 
Boomers, Zoomers, and Shitty Millennials....hmm I wonder what we're gonna talk about? Oh yep that's right, everybody's favorite generations to talk about; Boomers, Millennials, and Gen Z. Did you know there's a whole ass nother generation we don't even talk about? LOL ya us either. Guess they must not be that cool, anyway join us in this hour of st…
 
We're closing out the week with Episode 133 with songwriter Sam Morrow. Morrow is releasing the country-funk rock album Gettin' By On Gettin' Down this Friday, October 30. The greasy groovers of the nine-track Gettin' By finds Morrow embracing more and more character-driven vignettes while maintaining that steady grit'n'groove and tone'n'taste mant…
 
1. 坑(kēng)Literally a hole, pit, or trap. Used as an adjective for something that’s gonna cost you, whether it’s an overpriced item or a 猪一样的队友2. 猪一样的队友(zhū yīyàng de duìyǒu)“Pig-like teammate(s),”people who are as useless as a pig. Often paired with the phrase 神一样的对手,shén yīyàng de duìshǒu, ”godlike opponents.”So 神一样的对手,猪一样的队友 is a pretty bad situ…
 
On Episode 132, I'm joined by Michigan singer-songwriter Rachel Brooke. Brooke just released the excellent country standout The Loneliness in Me this past Friday. Full of high and lonesome, Brooke delivers on the 12-song collection with velvety vocals that gently sway to and fro as pedal steel warbles in response. Much of The Loneliness in Me harke…
 
My homie, my bitch, my dude, my guy, my ride or die. Go down memory lane with the BAB's. Get to know how the BAB's met, who we are, and what we're about. A friendship of over a decade that has endured its finest and worst hours. In this episode we spill the tea... join us on this journey and get to know us better then let us get to know you... Foll…
 
On Episode 131, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Lera Lynn, who at the end of the week (Friday, Oct 23), is releasing her excellent new full-length, On My Own. As the title alludes, On My Own is just that. It's a singular vision with Lynn doing all of the writing, playing, singing, arranging, engineering, production, and more all on her own. That so…
 
We're kicking off the week being joined by Joe Firstman of the country roots rock band Cordovas. I caught up with Joe about a month back (it honestly feels like both yesterday and last year at the same time) about their new album, the fresh, loose, and earthy Destiny Hotel, which was officially released this past Friday, October 16. The raw beauty …
 
I plead allegiance to the United Corporation of the...wait is that how it goes? Well the answer is mine as fucking well. That’s right y’all, we are getting real tonight. We’re talking about the big slumber party hosted by our government, the banks, and corporate America that us peasants weren’t invited to. What mean girls they are. Join us while we…
 
On Episode 129, I catch up with rising singer-songwriter Reyna Roberts. I really feel like Roberts has transcendent star potential as an artist. As mentioned, she's really gained a following this past year with the release of "Stompin' Grounds," an anthemic ode to small towns and The South. She of course has stellar pop sensibilities and is armed w…
 
1. 觉悟(juéwù)Englightenment! Existential awakening! Evolving into your final form! (Might also be used to stand in for the USian concept of “woke,” but it’s more likely that Chinese speakers would use “woke” itself as a loan word)2. 醒悟(xǐngwù)A more mundane kind of awakening or awareness, like your mind wandered and you snapped back to reality. Or l…
 
On Episode 128, I'm joined by Norwegian singer-songwriter Malin Pettersen for this episode. She has this new album called Wildhorse that's officially out Friday, October 16. I really enjoyed this conversation with Malin about the writing and recording process of Wildhorse, which takes a pretty big leap sonically from her previous release, the 2019 …
 
Like we promised, a full episode dedicated to the joys of online dating. From deleting and re-downloading dating apps to the shit men say. Join us, as Da Butcher shares how she's Tinder Free and Kmofo talks about someone wanting to suck her toes ending with a rant about Jeff Bezos. Tonight's episode is BAB's* slippery slope for sure. Oh yeah and ou…
 
Episode 127 is with Ace Crayton, the lead vocalist and chief lyricist of the Ft. Worth country-rock outfit Thieving Birds.TB has long been one of my favorite bands within the Texas circuit. They've really embraced these strong core elements of rocking rhythms, sharp electric guitar, and soaring choruses. Very much the perfect kind of rock band you'…
 
On Episode 126, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Ashley Campbell. This Friday (Oct 09), she's releasing Something Lovely, the gorgeous and dreamy follow-up to her 2018 full-length debut, The Lonely One. Campbell's charming brand of lyricism and storytelling really takes the lead on the 11-track Something Lovely. The intimate ballads "Good to Let Go"…
 
Sit down, grab a drink, and stay awhile it's our first f*cking episode. Join us on this slippery slope, called Bangin' & Slangin' the podcast where anything goes. This episode starts with passion and ends with y'all meeting our FBI Agent. There will never be a dull moment when the BAB's drive the bus. That's right b*tches its Saturday night, lets g…
 
On Episode 125, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Caitlin Canty. Canty just released the Woody Guthrie-influenced song "Where is the Heart of My Country" earlier this week (Listen here). She was largely inspired on a flight from California back to her Nashville home and seeing the US from high above. Much like her excellent 2018 album, Motel Bouquet,…
 
On Episode 124, I'm joined by Kyle Henderson, the lead vocalist and chief lyricist for Desert Noises. The Nashville by way of Provo, Utah trio released the excellent album Everything Always a little more than a month ago. The album, the band's first since 2014's 27 Ways, sees them working with Bill Reynolds (formally of Band of Horses) at the produ…
 
Hey ya’ll welcome to Bangin’ & Slangin’, the podcast where anything goes. Please join us on our first teaser of an episode. We made a phone call and decided to do a podcast, said f*ck it then BOOM...Bangin’ & Slangin’ was born. Today we are talking about online dating and we mean the good, the bad, and the f*cking ugly. If you have any online datin…
 
On Episode 123 of New Slang, I'm joined by up-and-coming pop country singer-songwriter Kären McCormick. McCormick is releasing her debut EP, a five-song collection of tunes called Retro. McCormick very much is one of these new, bright voices in pop country who are directly influenced and inspired by the rise of Taylor Swift in the mid-2000s and the…
 
On Episode 122, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Mike McClure. The Oklahoma legend is releasing Looking Up, his first album in five years, this Friday, September 25. It finds the storied storyteller in a really great mindset and place. Over the course of the 10-tracks, McClure is instrospective and reflective. In many respects, these past few years,…
 
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