No Dogs in Space
No Dogs in Space
About No Dogs in Space
No Dogs In Space is a music history podcast featuring Marcus Parks and Carolina Hidalgo of the Last Podcast Network. Season 1 - Punk Season 2 - Alternative
Carolina and Marcus close out 2022 with a deep dive into one of the greatest compilations of all time and major influence in the world of Punk, Lenny Kaye's Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965–1968. Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs used in this episode.
Carolina and Marcus conclude the story of Patti Smith, covering the up's and down's in the prime years of her musical career, from her debut record, becoming a staple presence at New York's CBGBs, all the way to her breakthrough hit "Because the Night". Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs used in this episode.
Carolina and Marcus continue the story of Patti Smith, who at this point has found her signature style, combining poetry and rock, as well teaming up with Lenny Kaye to form The Patti Smith Group. Taking Us Out: The Purrverts Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs used in this episode
Carolina and Marcus return to begin a brand new series, this time focusing on the early years of one of the single most influential singer, songwriter, poet, & artist's of the 20th century - Patti Smith, who's combination of rock and poetry lead to her becoming a pivotal component in the New York City Punk Rock movement of the 1970s. Taking Us Out: JABBA Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs used in this episode
Carolina and Marcus are back from their UK journey to bring you even more Joy Division goodness, this week featuring additional stories that couldn't quite fit into the Joy Division series, as well as an in-depth breakdown of their recent experiences seeing both New Order and Peter Hook, live in person.
Carolina and Marcus got their Charm Knob's turned up as they talk about Guy Fieri following RATM's current tour/a breakdown of the Lord of Flavortown's musical tastes, the upcoming John Hughes soundtrack box set "Life Moves Pretty Fast", Metallica nearly mixing Jason Newsted out of "...And Justice For All" as well as the more recent fan project "...And Justice For Jason"
Marcus and Carolina are back at it and rounding up music news once again! From The Beastie Boys getting a street corner named after them to everyone listening to 90's music perhaps because they think the world wasn't also a dumpster fire then, the impending closure of the Brooklyn Knitting Factory, Steve Albini winning his second World Series of Poker Tournament, and Jello Biafra reacts to the Chris Lord-Alge remaster of Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables Flowerhead - Pondering My Orb (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb6QLCaLxjvucwNlQuS2gg) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
The time has come! This week Carolina and Marcus conclude the story of the midwest's finest fuck-ups, The Replacements, who as they head into the ladder half of their career, were still struggling to reach the fame and notoriety they much deserved. We see the group part ways with long time Manager Peter Jespersen, and make the difficult decision that one founding bandmate has to go. And with the release of their fifth album "Pleased to Meet Me", the line-up shifts and we begin to reach the end of the road for The Replacements. Taking us out is Sub Sober - Sick in Space As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode.
Carolina and Marcus return! After much anticipation the No Dogs crew is back for the next chapter in the story of The Replacements, who with the help of a very familiar faced producer followed up the success of Let it Be with a legendary performance on SNL and the release of their classic record Tim.
As we reach the midpoint in the story of The Replacements, the group follows up on the success of "Stink" with one of the defining records in their career, the amusingly titled "Let it Be". Taking us out is LibraLibra - Candy Mountain As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode.
On this episode of No Dogs In Space, we cover the seminal first album and the first EP from the Replacements, as well as the early days of their label, Twin Tone Records. Taking us out is Fruit Juice - I Don’t Know As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode.
Carolina and Marcus return with Minnesota's own Replacements! In this first episode, we cover the evolution of each member, and just how one of the wildest, most irresponsible, and best bands of the eighties came together. Taking us out is Body Shop - Delinkwent As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode.
As we conclude our series on The Velvet Underground we pick back up just after the band had split with one of it's founding members, John Cale. Leaving Lou Reed with full reign of the group in his pursuit for artistic notoriety and respect, but it was the addition of Doug Yule that lead to the release of their third album, the self titled "The Velvet Underground". And as this and their next record "Loaded", failed to reach the charts, the luster begins to fade for Lou, who would leave the group and go on to write the hit he had been striving for his entire career. Taking us out is PET MOSQUITO - I Hate Illinois Nazis Available at PET MOSQUITO on SoundCloud As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode.
This week we reach The Velvet Underground's sophomore release, White Light/White Heat, and as tension within the band begins to grow, the group is blindsided by an assassination attempt on their beloved manager, Andy Warhol. Taking us out is Reef The Lost Cauze - Naked Available at https://reefthelostcauze.bandcamp.com/ As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode.
As our trip through The Velvet Underground's history continues, we come to the creation of their iconic debut album, as the group officially takes shape with the addition of a new female singer named Christa Päffgen aka Nico, along with a new stylistic counterpart in the form of their new manager Andy Warhol. Taking us out is JOEFUR - HIROSHIGE As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs heard in this episode
The story of The Velvet Underground continues as we pick back up with the eclectic pairing of Lou Reed & John Cale, and dive deeper into the background of the multi-instrumentalist who's avant-garde drone swells became a staple of the group's early sound. As the two find their collaborative style, the group's original line-up begins to take shape with the additions of guitarist Sterling Morrison and drummers Angus MacLise & Moe Tucker. As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs used in this episode And taking us out this week is Nightmare Blue - Trouble For Early Access to Episodes and Exclusive Content join our Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/nodogs
No Dogs in Space is back for Season 2! Marcus and Carolina return, and this season we shift our focus towards a sub-genre of Music, that much like Punk, encompasses a wide range of different styles cross-pollinating organically in the underground music scene of the 1970's, this season we're diving headfirst into Alternative. Kicking off with the first series, covering one of the most influential acts in musical history, The Velvet Underground. - In this episode we meet a young, complicated Lou Reed and learn how his friendship with John Cale and their mutual love of experimental music would lead to the formation of what would become The Velvet Underground. As always, Follow Marcus on Spotify to listen to all of the songs used in this episode And taking us out this week is Pyrex - Touch For Early Access to Episodes and Exclusive Content join our Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/nodogs
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