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The podcast asking music people, "What's your favorite carbonated beverage?"


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The podcast asking music people, "What's your favorite carbonated beverage?"






Pinkerton Raid Loves Birch Beer and a Bonus Episode

When I think about [Squamscot Birch Beer] I’m so full of nostalgia from my childhood growing up in New Hampshire. Music conjures up memories from the past, but it’s certainly not the only thing that bubbles up such recollections. On the latest episode of Bubble Bottles, Jesse James DeConto from the band Pinkerton Raid shares the sense of nostalgia connected to birch beer from Squamscot. This non-alcoholic specialty soda is a mix between cream soda and root beer. DeConto recounts feeling a...


LadyCouch Loves It Cold and Fruity

If it's cold and fruity. We're happy with it. -- Allen Thompson and Keshia Bailey of the 12-person jam band, LadyCouch How does a band of 12 people travel around and perform shows? With lots of snacks and bubbly water, at least if the band is LadyCouch. Keshia Bailey and Allen Thompson, two of the band members, discuss their favorite carbonated beverages — of which they have a lot. That’s what makes us work with the crew of humans we have as well as we do. We have 12 stars in the band but...


Texas Tamarindo: BettySoo Loves Tehuacan

For those of us who are obsessed with bubble water, the same water in a different delivery is different. It totally changes the character of the bubbles, like how long it stays fizzy, like all of that stuff changes. --BettySoo, Texas songwriter who loves Tehuacan Tamarindo mineral water Traveling as a musician means going places and experiencing a lot of things at once. Texas-based BettySoo and Sloane Spencer discuss what it means to travel on the road, tamarind candy and its uniqueness,...


Cold War Conspiracies in Your Kitchen: Lizzie No Tells All About Yoo-Hoo

Being denied sodas and sugary drinks as a child gave Sloane a particular affinity for unusual beverages, so a backstage conversation with Lizzie No inspired this conversation about 90s beverages from around the world. From New York to France, to somewhere in Eastern Europe, this week’s podcast is a trip down memory lane and the globe. A few highlights include a debate on if Yoo-Hoo was ever fizzy, and a conspiracy theory about Yoo-Hoo and the Cold War — it’s not what you’d think! Plus, what...


Bubble Bottles Podcast Trailer

What's your favorite carbonated beverage? We ask music people that very question in each episode of Bubble Bottles podcast. From electric harp players pondering Cold War conspiracy theories behind Yoo-Hoo to jam bands with eleven different favorite flavors of LaCroix crammed in the van on tour, Bubble Bottles explores the fun, flavorful, and foul in our favorite -- or "favorite" -- carbonated beverages. Whether you love the drink or can't even look at the bottle because of broken hearts and...