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In this episode of Cover Stories, Jordan from Pod Goes Punk covers “DVP” by PUP. In the second part of our crossover event, we have Jesse, Jordan and Sam from the Pod Goes Punk podcast wherein they provide witty commentary on a different pop punk album each episode. We go deep on PUP, lyrically, energy-wise and what they mean to this era of pop pun…
 
In this episode we discuss Puddles the clown and what it means to make a good cover. Amanda talks about her dad’s journey hearing Space Oddity for the first time, how listening to music can provide an experience, and last we’ll as discussing what certain songs and bands mean to us. Be sure to check out Sup SA? on Facebook and Instagram! ★ Support t…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Cooper Greenberg (featuring Patrick Marr) covers “Savior Complex” by Phoebe Bridgers. We discuss what Phoebe Bridgers means to Cooper as a songwriter and as a producer particularly of artist Christian Lee Hudson. We also discuss how Mitski has soundtracked his and his girlfriend’s relationship, bands we write off t…
 
This week we talk to the talented graphic artist Andrew Flores about Kurt Vile’s cover of “Rollin’ with the Flow” originally by Charlie Rich. We discuss the song’s lyrics reflecting on our younger years and wax nostalgia. Andrew also talks about music that he likes to listen to while creating, his time in two local bands, and how we use Youtube to …
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Patrick Marr (featuring Cooper Greenberg) covers “Lua” by Bright Eyes. We talk about Bright Eyes’ influence on Patrick and discuss some of our favorite Bright Eyes songs. We go over Conor Oberst’s numerous projects including his collaborations with Monsters of Folk and Better Oblivion Community Center. We digress i…
 
This week we party like it’s 1995 and dive into everything ska. We pick it up with Reel Big Fish’s cover of Social Distortion’s “Story of My Life” and wax nostalgia over growing up in the San Antonio ska scene. We discuss the correlation between marching band and ska and how most ska kids were theatre nerds. Get your black coat, white shoes and bla…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Debra Elana covers “To Zion” by Lauryn Hill. We talk about Lauryn Hill’s legacy and what she meant to Debra growing up from Sister Act 2 to The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill to her Unplugged album. We also discuss how underrated Bill’s rapping is and what she meant to a generation of young women in the late 90s. We a…
 
We talk about how Alissa got into pop punk and how New Found Glory has been a staple in her life over the last two decades. We discuss the late Adam Schlesinger who wrote “That Thing You Do!” We also dive deep into Drive Thru records, Warped Tour, Alissa reveals her top 5 pop punk crushes and much more! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Alyson Alonzo is doing a mashup of ”Just the Two of Us” by Bill Withers, “Location” by Khalid, and “Something About Us” by Daft Punk. We talk the legacy of Bill Withers, the stigma of smooth jazz and jazz singer’s influence on Alyson, community music performances with YOSA and the Spurs and how she used MySpace ear…
 
We talk about being introduced to the song from the Power Rangers movie, the significance of RHCP covering the song and how it transitioned RHCP’s sound. We discuss the genius of John Frusciante, defend the Dave Navarro/One Hot Minute era RHCP and dive into their feud with Mike Patton. We bring up how even with his acclaim, Stevie Wonder is still u…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Brandon Padier covers “Friend of the Devil” by The Grateful Dead. We talk about the stigma of Grateful Dead as just a stoner band, what the band means to Brandon, 60s musicians revitalizing their careers in the 80s, some of our favorite jazz musicians and much more. Brandon just released his latest album Brothers o…
 
Brent and Adam come on to talk about Gary Jules’ cover of “Mad World” originally by Tears for Fears for the Donnie Darko soundtrack. In addition to talking about this cover and how it fits into the movie, we dive into some of our favorite movie scores and what makes a good needle drops in movies. We also talk about synchronizing albums with movies …
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Granite Hands covers “Oppressed People” from Final Fantasy VII by composer Nobuo Uematsu. We talked about Uematsu’s love for progressive rock and how that correlates to the band, how jazz has fit into the Granite Hands sound, channeling math rock and our mutual love for The Fall of Troy. We also discuss the concept…
 
In addition to talking about Dua Lipa’s version, we discuss Luis’ connection to The Beatles with his dad and how “Golden Slumbers” came full circle as he entered fatherhood. We also discuss the age old debate of mics are for singing vs mics are for swinging, feeling guilty about liking Brand New’s music, the influence of Motion City Soundtrack and …
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Sage Motel covers “Things I Can’t Change” by The Story So Far. We talked about the evolution of pop punk, bands that made us want to start a band, 90s bands that influence us still and much more. The band recent released a single “With or Without You” that can be heard on all platforms and will be releasing another…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, House Plants cover ”Spit Fountain” by Algernon Cadwallader. We talk worst live show experiences on stage, unique musical influences, and bond on our love of midwestern emo. In this episode, we discussed: Rough early shows in the band’s history The different influences of each band member Midwestern emo influences H…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Brett Stokes of New Blood covers ”Dead on Arrival” by Fall Out Boy. We talk about the evolution of Fall Out Boy, which FOB songwriter lyrics we preferred, what got him into playing music and more. In this episode, we discussed: Take This to Your Grave vs the rest of FOB’s discography Patrick Stump’s lyrics vs Pete …
 
This week David Rodriguez joins us to discuss At the Drive-In's cover of "This Night Has Opened My Eyes" by The Smiths. Follow Cover Stories: Twitter: @CoverStoriesTX Instagram: @CoverStoriesPodcast www.coverstoriespod.com Cover Stories on YouTube Cover Stories Shirts ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Illest Champloo covers ”Maybe” by N.E.R.D. We talk about Pharrell’s influence on his art, how much we live the Neptunes and discuss some of our favorite indie bands and rappers. illest Champloo will be releasing new music this month and a new EP “Be Right Back” is dropping May 1st. Check him out on all streaming pl…
 
This week Seth Bridges returns to discuss Denzel Curry's cover of "Bulls on Parade" by Rage Against the Machine. Follow Cover Stories: Twitter: @CoverStoriesTX Instagram: @CoverStoriesPodcast www.coverstoriespod.com Cover Stories on YouTube Cover Stories Shirts ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★By Hatchet Audio
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Ashley Bailey covers ”Maps” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs. We talk about what got us into Yeah Yeah Yeahs, using the stage as an outlet, being inspired by mid century pop music, the talent in the local San Antonio scene, and more. Be sure to check out Ashley Bailey's latest single “We Could Be Happy” on SoundCloud.Also don't …
 
In this episode of Cover Stories, Honey Bunny covers ”Sliver” by Nirvana. We talk about how the it’s a very different type of Nirvana song and looking at grunge with hindsight in the year 2020. We also talk about some other 90s bands that they’ve covered and their journey as a band. In this episode, we discussed: Nirvana’s pre-Nevermind music How d…
 
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