On the HUNDREDTH episode of Missaligned, we feature Rebel Hearts' Sam Mazza! Sam's podcast is about women in music and fighting sexism. She's also a member of the Paramore Fan Base, and with Parahoy just weeks away, she was the perfect guest to talk all things Paramore! Sponsored by: 6131 Records
Our book club episode for the season is here! We discuss You Don't Know Me, But You Don't Like Me by Nathan Rabin, which dives into the fandoms of Phish and Insane Clown Posse. Sponsored by: 6131 Records
This week on Missaligned, we discuss two large lists that made a huge impact during the summer, and still continue to leave a legacy behind. Where To Find Us @deeechap / @missalignedpod / @meghin_ You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to sponsor the podcast? If you’d like to sponsor the podcast, you can contact us at email@example.com. It’s very affordable and you get numerous mentions throughout the podcast.
This week on Missaligned, we've got a great chat with Jes Skolnik, the Managing Editor over at Bandcamp. Our chat with Jes includes life at Bandcamp, navigating the music industry world as someone who is intersex and identifies as non-binary, and a little discussion about the New York Times' "Rock's Not Dead" piece that leads into a segue about how not to write about women in the music industry.
We're back! We've given Missaligned a little break to finely tune it, and have a shiny new logo, as well as a bit of a different structure. We're trying a season-based format with some structure. This season's going to focus on the music industry, specifically the voices within the industry that tend to get overshadowed. That's why we're proud to announce that our new season will be called "Hear Our Voices."
This week on Missaligned, we take a look at our latest Missaligned Reads book: Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!: The Story of Pop Music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé by Bob Stanley. The book was originally published in the U.K., and was condensed a bit for U.S. audiences.