RVA

Episode 415: Avail's 'Over The James' at 21

Episode 415: Avail's 'Over The James' at 21

21 years ago and four albums into their career, Richmond, Virginia Hardcore legends Avail released what many consider to be their masterpiece, Over The James. The album was a love letter to the band’s hometown, and more importantly set the bar for an entire generation of musicians to follow. On this episode of Discologist, we’re discussing Avail’s legacy, their eye for a great cover, and more. So tune in and turn it up as we celebrate 21 years of Avail’s Over The James !   


Episode 383: The Story of Cherub Records with PJ Sykes

Episode 383: The Story of Cherub Records with PJ Sykes

PJ Sykes is a man of many talents - Photographer, political activist, cat-dad, musician - these are but a few of the many hats he wears. But this week we’re talking with him about a role he’s filled for over seventeen years now - label head.

Founded in 2001, Cherub records has been the home of not just PJ’s music, but eccentric releases from the Richmond, Virginia scene and beyond. Tune in as we take a tour through his musical past with bands like Kids Techno, A New Dawn Fades, Graceland Grave Robbers, and his recently put on hiatus project, Hoax Hunters!


Episode 315: On The Rocks - Midland

Episode 315: On The Rocks - Midland

If Country Music is king in 2017, then the gentlemen of Midland have got their eyes on the throne. Kevin and Marcus K. Dowling (Vice, Decades) are diving deep into the debut album from one of Nashville's latest, and greatest exports. They've got the song of the year ("Drinking Problem") but are Midland one-hit-wonders, or is there more to this band than the machine that they are a product of typically turns out.

PLUS: Positive No is BACK, and sounding better than ever. Hang out as we spin "Y.A.A.Y.Y.," their most excellent new single from their most excellent new album, Partners In The Wild!


Episode 175: Lucy Dacus

Episode 175: Lucy Dacus

Way back in February, Richmond, VA's Lucy Dacus released her debut album, No Burden.

No Burden happens to be one of the best albums of 2016 to date.

This is what happened when we talked to Lucy and her band the day after her album came out.*

*we included a sweet track from one of Lucy's fellow Richmonders Clair Morgan too because AWESOME, that's why.