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Whether he's heaving the heavy breath of texture as one of the guitarists in Pianos Become the Teeth or bumping the bass as SUAHN, Mike York is one of the most musically savvy dudes around... he's also just a true joy to talk with. This episode has it all. We talk tone, writing back in the early band days vs writing now, jumping genres, being band …
 
There's a new weekly show over at the Rigs of Dad Patreon where Ian Miller (Kowloon Walled City, Less Art, Puig Destroyer, Strangelight, Productive Outs, and more) joins Ross to talk all things movies. What were the most captivating headlines of the week? What is going on with Vin Diesel? Do video game adaptations ever work? Do reboots ever work? D…
 
Like film? Like music? Like musicians talking about film? If you answered yes to any of these, you are in luck! This episode has all the movie news you need, a crash-course mixtape into the works of Richard Linklater, the inside scoop on the Jurassic Park/Fast and Furious crossover we've been waiting for, and more. Ross is still on vacation, and wh…
 
Wow! 52 episodes! A full years worth of tone talk!! I am flashing it back to where it all began on this one. Here is the very first ever attempt at a Rigs of Dad themed podcast. This is one of the most insane stories I have ever heard told in a way that was simply too ambitious for me to keep up with... It's like "This American Life" meets "This is…
 
The sonic sequel to last week's episode!! After speaking with Steve from Torche, I was eager to get really nerdy with Jonathan about the sound sorcery he brings to the band. From their blistering gain, dropped tuning, and undeniably rich air-moving sound, Torche is one of the most unique and impressive forces in music today. There is no band that f…
 
Steve Brooks is helping me celebrate the 50th episode with his own birthday!! Torche is a band that is in constant rotation in my house, in the car, at the gym... everywhere. There is no band that fits every possible mood as much as Torche. They are one of the heaviest bands, one of the happiest bands, one of the catchiest bands, one of the hardest…
 
Zac Sewell and Kyle Durfy are two legendary human beings from the legendary band Pianos Become the Teeth, and they took time out of their schedule to talk about their legendary career for this legendary episode. We talk about their evolution in sound, writing, and beyond. Tour stories, run-ins with cops, gear malfunctions, essential elements of a s…
 
Multi-instrumentalist Allen Epley talks tone, writing, recording, podcasting, getting baked, and much much more. His band Shiner put out a monster of an album last year after a 20 year hiatus. His band The Life and Times has put out several monster albums in between that time. He has put out an incredible podcast called Third Gear Scratch that has …
 
Whether it's because of his work on bass or behind the board, you have probably heard many works of Justin Meldal-Johnsen. He worked with Beck for many many years. He has worked with Nine Inch Nails. He has produced albums for bands such as Jimmy Eat World, Paramore, and M83... he has done it all, seen it all, and I am fortunate enough to have had …
 
Breaking out of the normal cycle of punk, hardcore, and metal guests on this one to get folk'd up with Harris Paseltiner of Darlingside. He's a vocalist, a cellist, a guitarist, a gear dork, a home-engineer dork, and much more. Darlingside has always blown me away with their arrangements (particularly with "God of Loss"), and their new album "Fish …
 
Geoff is a man of many hats. A legendary vocalist. An accomplished producer. And he might be the soundest voice in the music industry. We talk about his history in Thursday, working with My Chemical Romance, struggles of running a label, struggles with addiction, and so much more. Honored to call Geoff a friend. Thrilled to see how well he is doing…
 
Stephen Brodsky is most known for his work in Cave In, Mutoid Man, Two Minutes to Late Night, and almost every other musical project that I have been listening to for more the last two decades. Excellent look into the mind of the madman behind the riffs, tones, effects, vocals, and more. We talked about the evolution of Cave In's sound, the writing…
 
Hot off the news about Adam Wingard signing on to direct the upcoming remake of the Cage, Travolta, John Woo classic "Face/Off"; I felt obligated to share a sneak peek of the most recent episode of "They Should Remake That", which is available in its entirety at the Rigs of Dad Patreon page. Unlock this as well as extended conversations with my reg…
 
Dave Turncrantz is an incredibly talented and tasteful drummer that has arguably found himself in one of the most difficult positions in one of the best bands out there. In Russian Circles he operates free of a click, but at the mercy of the layers and loops bing built around him. How he pulls this off is something that has always bewildered me... …
 
Evan Weiss is the busiest man in music. That's just fact. The dude plays in more bands than bands that exist. Beyond that I think he is a bit of a song savant compounded with a total gear nerd... all recipe for a fantastic conversation about music, movies, the difference between a recording artist and a performing artist, and much much more. We tal…
 
You have heard me gush about this band forever! Now you get to hear them gush! A full band interview with the incredible LAPÊCHE. A truly phenomenal band that seems to be cranking out good music for good causes during these crazy times. We talk about their new approach to songwriting, working with J. Robbins, touring with Jawbox, we get nerdy about…
 
Phil Towle is probably best known for his work that was documented in the Metallica documentary, "Some Kind of Monster"; but honestly, he should be known as the shining light we all look for on the darkest of days. A truly disarming, personable, and insightful guy with tons of great advice for bands at all levels. Kirk Hammet of Metallica said "If …
 
Johnny Dang is one of my favorite musicians out there. He may be most known as one of the three guitarists for O'Brother (who put out a truly fantastic album in 2020) but is quickly becoming a well respected composer after the debutrelease of his solo project Hisself called "in the end". We talked all things tone, songwriting, Sigur Ros, Johann Joh…
 
Happy New Year! Starting this year off right with a truly controversial round of Dad Libs with Wayne Lozinak of Hatebreed! Wayne discussed the bands newest album "The Weight of False Self" as well as the release of the band's beer collaboration with Witchdoctor Brewing: "Live for This Lager". There's plenty of gear talk, show talk, coming up in the…
 
Taking the holiday week off from interviews and revisiting this classic Holiday film with two of my favorite film buffs. We're not saying they should remake "Die Hard"; but if they do, they better do it this way. I am joined by session drummer extraordinaire Jerry Roe (Friendship Commanders) as well as my dear friend Kevin Hilliard for this one. If…
 
Patrick Carney (The Black Keys) returns!!! This time he is joined by Adam Gold (Rolling Stone, NME, Nashville Scene, & more) to discuss some unsung holiday classics, The Geoff Tate EPK, and so much more... Grab a glass of nog, hang your mistletone, and strap in for a fun ride of celebrating train-wrecks. Recommended viewing (Geoff Tate EPK): https:…
 
If you're a drummer, you will love this talk... If you're not a drummer, you will love this talk. Jean-Paul Gaster is a true madman behind the kit, and his resume speaks for itself. Jean-Paul is one of (if not the) greatest drummers of our time, and his band Clutch is creeping up on 30 years of unapologetic, pure rock fury. I had a blast talking wi…
 
Very excited about this episode. Clay Tarver has an incredibly impressive resume across several mediums... You might know him for his innovative and angular guitar playing for bands like Chavez or Bullet Lavolta. You might know him for his work on films like "Joyride". Or maybe you know his work on hit shows like HBO's "Silicon Valley". I'm thrille…
 
Taking a week off from the normal interviews and talking about one of the greatest films ever made with two of the greatest dudes around! I am joined by Matt Armstrong (Frank Iero & The Future Violents) as well as Kevin Hilliard (Caverns, Flavor Waster) to talk about the John Carpenter Masterpiece: "Big Trouble In Little China". It seems like ever …
 
Is a musical mad-scientist. Whether it's with devastatingly heavy riffs in the seminal hardcore band Botch or the mind-blowing loops and tap dancing of Minus the Bear, David Knudson is a Fret-Force to reckon with. We talk gear, riffs, what influenced him, what made him such an influential player, and his upcoming solo project which sounds awesome! …
 
The Adventures of Jason Hamacher are nothing short of legendary. Whether it be from the Frodus days, the Decahedron run, his tenure with Battery, playing with Combat Wounded Veteran, his current band Zealot RIP, managing Cave-In, his work with the Smithsonian, his work as a punk-rock Indiana Jones in Syria, or in with the art gallery he runs: Lost …
 
Norman has worn every hat in the industry, yet manages to maintain one of the most fantastic heads of hair. He's known for his work in Texas is the Reason, New End Original, 108, Shelter, and the writing and publishing of Anti-Matter magazine in the 90's. We talk about his upbringing in the New York hardcore scene, songwriting, staying present duri…
 
If you told me 25 years ago that I would one day be talking to Lars Frederiksen for three hours about everything from gear, to family, to yeast infections, to following Ace Frehley into a bathroom.... I would have called you crazy. But here I am, sharing that very conversation.... Well, most of it. Lars is an insanely personable, disarming, genuine…
 
Mike Schleibaum joins Ross for one of the funniest rounds of Dad Libs thus far. Endless stories from Mike, lots of laughs, and one of the craziest tour stories I have ever heard. Be sure to check out Darkest Hour wherever you listen to music, but take your love of their music to another level by supporting them through their Patreon Page. SPEAKING …
 
Ryan Ratajski is a family man, running a family business, building a family of fuzz pushers around the globe. He has been a tonal titan in the pedal industry for almost a decade now, and there is a good chance that his work is featured in the music of some of your favorite bands. This is NOT a nerded out deep dive into pedals... while there is some…
 
Nick Reinhart is a musical madman. A true innovator and outlier when it comes to playing the guitar. If you are not familiar with his bands, I can assure you that you are familiar with his work in the pedal world. Nick is almost like the second generation of Tom Morello Mused players... This is a very insightful and fun conversation with a rare gen…
 
I'm gonna be real: The character limit on here won't let me even put a dent in Ian's resume... This dude is a true gear dork, an insanely influential bassist, and a dude that has done it all and will continue to do more. Most of you might know Ian from his work in the bands Kowloon Walled City, Less Art, Puig Destroyer, No Lights, Strangelight, and…
 
Hot Coffee!!! Neil Fallon is one of the most powerful voices in rock & roll... from his incredibly vivid lyrics, to his powerful stage presence, to his band's impressive catalog which spans across nearly 30 years... He is a true master of the mic. We talk about his evolution as a lyricist, of of the worst shows the band has ever played, nerdy sci-f…
 
A man that needs little introduction here: The legendary Jim Adkins of the legendary Jimmy Eat World. If you're here for gear, hold me beer... because we get pretty nerdy with all things involving strings. Fun and insightful conversation on everything from pickups, to songwriting, to those nightmare gigs that end with testing cables. Be sure to che…
 
You'd think a man like Scott would be in jail for assault given his propensity to beat Toms. But he is instead enlisted to pummel the life pulse into such incredible acts like Tenacious D, John Carpenter, and much more on a regular basis. Was thrilled to have Scott crack me up doing this intense psycho-analysis project known as Dad-Libs. Be sure to…
 
Steve Pedulla is the Roger Deakins of gear, and Roger Deakins is the Steve Pedulla of cameras... At least that is what you will be telling yourself after this episode, as that's what I told myself after listening back to it. Steve is most known for his guitar work in the iconic rock band Thursday, but he has also put out a ton of work from behind t…
 
Shelby is a man of many many many hats, bands, and projects. He has worked with members of Fugazi, OK Go, Thrice, and more. We talk about his process and history with many of his projects, including the hilarious origins of Frodus, it's serendipitous afterlife, brushes with major labels, run-ins with Devo, his session work with El Huervo, and so mu…
 
Taking a break from the normal long-form interview in this episode and playing a game of Dad-Libs with my friend Grant. The rules are simple: I take a bands wikipedia page, remove the key-players, album titles, band names, Grant blindly fills in the blanks, I read it back with his additions, and he has to guess the band. This was a fun experiment..…
 
Shawna Potter is a true force on stage as the singer for War On Women, and an awesome friend to chat it up over drinks while off stage! She's an accomplished singer, guitarist, writer, speaker, dog-whisperer, amp servicer, and much more! We talk about what it's like to be an accomplished artist that is not endorsed by Shure, her new book about maki…
 
Pete Moffett is one of the hardest working and most legendary drummers on stage, sidestage, backstage, and off stage. It was great talking to him about his days in hardcore bands, seeing riots while on tour with Rage Against the Machine and House of Pain, playing drums for the unfathomably amazing Burning Airlines, teching for some of the largest n…
 
Brian is a man with man stories... so much so that he has just released his second book!! He is a bassist, a singer, a photographer, a writer, and a tech for some of the biggest names in rock and roll. Tons of insane stories from his travels with Guns n Roses, Fall Out Boy, and more. There is an extra hour of hammin' it up over at the Rigs of Dad P…
 
As a cycling enthusiast, I was thrilled to learn that I had landed an interview with Lance Armstrong... When that ended up not being the case, I was relieved that this dude Matt Armstrong is not only a hilarious dude, but a truly innovative and gear savvy bassist. Fun conversation with not-Lance-Armstrong about everything from unconventional bass p…
 
He won't say anything on stage or on an album; but when he opens his mouth, Mike Sullivan is one of the funniest dudes around. We had a lot of laughs talking about quarantine facial hair decisions, amps, guitars, nightmare shows, and much more. Lots of funny stuff in this one, and if you want to hear more (including another insane nightmare show st…
 
Steven Drozd is an accomplished drummer, guitarist, keyboardist, actor, podcaster, father, and so much more. Most of you might know him form his work with The Flaming Lips, but his musical career goes much further than that. We talk about his career as a musician, his recent deep dive into The Flaming Lips vault for his podcast, and much more! Be s…
 
If you are not familiar with the name Jamie Stillman, you have certainly heard his work. Jamie is the founder of EarthQuaker Devices and he is responsible for keeping guitarists and bassists on their toes while on stage and in the studio for several years. If you think this is a gear-only episode, brace yourself... there is so much more here. Jamie…
 
Very few mortals have accomplished as much as J. Robbins. Dude is legendary on stage, behind the board, over beers, and beyond. Thrilled to have J. on to talk about everything from Jawbox reuniting, the magic of films scores, gear, and how his producer's ear has evolved over the years. Lots of fun stuff in here for musicians, guitarists, fans, and …
 
We all know that tone comes from the heart, but it takes an amp to get the blood pumping and the tone thumping... That is where Alex Auxier steps in. As Artist Relations for Orange Amps, Alex is the dude who makes sure the backline is the best it can be, where it can be, and that Orange Artists are always able to hone their tone with ease. We talk …
 
John Konesky brings the Kone Zone into the Tone Zone with this absolute scorcher of an episode. We talk about everything from his work as part of the power-duo known as Wynchester, the attention he has received for his incredible TV theme song arrangements, and life as part of the rock and roll force that is Tenacious D Really truly funny episode. …
 
Caspian is not your typical Post-Rock band, but they always seem to be the first one that comes to mind when I hear the term. They recently released a monument of an album called "On Circles" which is available wherever you may listen to music. I was joined by longtime homies Philip and Jani to talk about their new album, the follow-up documentary,…
 
RE-UPLOADED! Apparently there was an audio issue with the first bounce. Anton has been wiping venue floors with people's jaws for a decade now leaving many hard of hearing as well as speechless in the process. His band O'Brother just released their fourth full-length, "You and I"... to no surprise, it is amazing. We talk writing, finding their soun…
 
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