Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Episode 81: Guest Picks -- Ari Fink

This week, our guest is Ari Fink, a director of music programming at SiriusXM. He's a host on SiriusXM’s Jam On (Channel 29) and the Pearl Jam radio station (Channel 22). He also helped start Grateful Dead Radio (Channel 23).

Ari was kind enough to join us and chat about music, including of course lots about Phish, but also about other Summer festivals and what's on tap for him and SiriusXM. Really fun conversation, hope you enjoy. The tracks Ari chose are below. Wild stuff.

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Ari's Tracks (music starts at 20:00, discussion starts at 1:52:00)

Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Icculus > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Run Like an Antelope, 4.16.92, Isla Vista, CA

Reba > Tweezer -> Walk Away -> Tweezer > Glide > Mike's Song -> My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own -> Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen -> The Vibration of Life -> Kung -> I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove -> Have Mercy -> Weekapaug Groove -> Rock and Roll All Nite Jam -> Weekapaug Groove, 2.20.93, Atlanta, GA

McGrupp > Purple Rain (just the piano intro), 8.7.93, Darien Center, NY

Intro/Outro Music: Phish, Purple Rain, 8.7.93

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Episode 80: Festivals!

This week, the core group is back together (Brad, RJ, Jonathan). With Summer Tour looming, including a couple shows at Lock'n, we wanted to revisit some Phish appearances at other festivals over the years. We got some great tracks here for you (below with times), so please enjoy!

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Intro Discussion (0:00-11:30)

Tracks & Discussion 1 (11:30-1:02:30)
Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, 4.21.91, Earth Day Festival
David Bowie, 6.28.92, Roskilde Festival
Split Open and Melt, 7.21.93, H.O.R.D.E. Festival
Discussion 1

Tracks & Discussion 2 (1:02:30-2:14:30)
AC/DC Bag > Reba, 8.12.93, Meadow Brook Music Festival
It's Ice, 5.28.94, Laguna Seca Daze Festival
Cars, Trucks, Buses, 4.26.96, Jazz Fest
Stash, 6.22.97, WDR Festival
Discussion 2

Tracks & Discussion 3 (2:14:30-End)
Wolfman's Brother, 7.11.97 (Doctor Music Festival)
Ghost, 7.30.99, Fuji Rock Festival
Kill Devil Falls, 6.12.09, Bonnaroo
Discussion 3

Intro/Outro Music: Phish, Ocelot, 4.26.14, Jazz Fest

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Episode 79: Guest Picks - Andy Keathley

On this week's episode, we're joined by Andy Keathley, a big Phish fan and a member of the band The Get Down Boys. If you like bluegrass, you'll definitely dig them. Andy and Brad discuss Phish and we share some Phish music Andy chose from across the decades (list below, music starts at 19 minutes). If you want the mp3 file, you can download it here.

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Andy's Tracks

Reba, 8.3.91 (Amy's Farm)
Taste, 10.20.98 (West 54th Sessions)
Destiny Unbound, 11.15.91 (Charlottesville)
It's Ice, 6.11.94 (Red Rocks)
Boogie On Reggae Woman, 3.1.03 (Greensboro)
Maze, 12.11.97 (Rochester)
Wolfman's Brother, 7.17.03 (Bonner Springs, KS)
The Lizards, 7.11.96 (London)
Fluffhead, 8.3.91 (Amy's Farm)

Intro/Outro Music: The Get Down Boys, Toy Heart

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Episode 78: The Jauntee!

On this week's episode, we're joined by Scott Ferber, a big Phish fan and the drummer for the great band The Jauntee. If you haven't seen them before, check them out -- they have a new album out and just announced 2016 Summer Tour dates, including some Phish after parties in Denver in September.

This is a two-part episode, featuring some discussion, some Phish music and some tunes from The Jauntee. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Tracks for both parts are below. You can download Part 1 directly here and Part 2 here.

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Part 1 Tracks

Split Open & Melt, 8.9.93 (Toronto)
Stash, 8.21.93 (Salt Lake City)
Bathtub Gin >  Llama -> Wading in the Velvet Sea, Olivia's Pool (Marseilles)
Space Monkeys, Lunch In Be (The Jauntee), 11.27.15 (Albany)

Part 2 Tracks

Good Ol' Boy (The Jauntee, Excelsior)
Black Bart -> Air Blower > Scatterbrain > Nothing to Lose > Flutterby (The Jauntee, Albany, 11.27.15)
Cavern, 6.14.97 (Dublin)
Stash > Ghost, 6.19.97 (Vienna)
Limb By Limb, 12.3.99 (Cincinnati)

Intro/Outro Music: Phish, What's the Use?

Monday, March 28, 2016

Episode 77: Guest Picks - Macon Phillips

This week, we have a good friend joining us to talk Phish and share some music. Macon Phillips is a longtime fan and has a great perspective on the music, the scene and how technology has informed the evolution of Phish. We have a fun intro conversation, and then we hop into the music. The tracks are below, and you can download the episode directly here.

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Macon's Tracks (music starts around 31:00)

The Horse > Silent in the Morning, 2.20.93, Atlanta, GA
Roses Are Free, 12.11.97, Rochester, NY
Down With Disease -> Low Rider -> Down With Disease, 11.23.97, Winston-Salem, NC
After Midnight, 12.31.99, Big Cypress
Chalk Dust Torture (TAB)*, 4.11.04, Winooski, VT
The Mango Song, 7.26.14, Columbia, MD

*w/the other members of Phish

Intro/Outro Music: Alabama Shakes, Future People

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Episode 76: Chalk Dust Torture!

This week, we decided to discuss and explore Chalk Dust Torture and its evolution over the years. Phish has of course been playing this song since 1991, and the evolution of the song has pretty closely followed the trajectory of their music—incredible precision, then a bit of exploration, then funk, then way more space and groove, then into the current era of patient but ambitious jams. Tracks below, and you can download the episode directly here.

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And the 8.31.13 Chalk Dust tweet we referenced.

Chalk Dust Torture Tracks (music starts around 11:00)

11.23.91, Alumni Hall, Barre, VT
12.10.94, Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA
6.13.97, SFX Centre, Dublin, Ireland
7.10.99, E Center, Camden, NJ
8.3.03, IT, Limestone, ME
8.31.13, Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, CO

Intro/Outro Music: The Infamous Stringdusters, Fearless

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Episode 75: Special Guest Alan Paul

This week, we're really honored to have author, journalist and musician Alan Paul join us. We talk about his conversations with Trey; hanging out with Phish, Ween, Phil Lesh, and the Allmans; and about his music fandom. He shares a wealth of knowledge about music, and we talk about two of his books—Reckoning: Conversations With the Grateful Dead and One Way Out (THE book on the Allman Brothers Band). Hope you enjoy this really fun conversation.

We split this episode into 2 parts (tracks below). You can download Part 1 directly here and Part 2 here.

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Also, quick announcement: Episodes 1-20 of HF Pod are available on the Internet Archive. Due to insane bandwidth because of all of our awesome content, we wanted to host it there. Please go back, check out some of our earlier stuff, and let us know what you think!

Part 1 Tracks (music starts around 31:00)

The Thrill Is Gone, 2.24.03, East Rutherford (w/BB King)
Misty Mountain Hop, 9.16.99, Shoreline (w/Warren Haynes)
You Enjoy Myself > Jam, 9.17.99, Shoreline (w/Phil Lesh)
Reba, 8.17.96, Clifford Ball

Part 2 Tracks

Drowned, 6.29.00, Holmdel
Roses Are Free, 6.8.12, Worcester
Tweezer, 12.10.99, The Spectrum
Simple, 10.21.96, MSG
Money Love and Change, 4-11-14, Wanee Festival

Intro/Outro Music: Allman Brothers Band, One Way Out


Monday, February 8, 2016

Episode 74: Year in Review Phish 2015

2015 was a hell of a year for Phish. We attempt to do it justice in Episode 74, with a great group of guests joining us for this 3-part episode. Each part touches on a different theme, with Part 1 focused on the new material that was released this year and Part 2 focused on the evolution of improvisation in 2015. Part 3 includes some jams we think you shouldn't miss -- music without discussion. Tracks for Parts 1-3 below. We appreciate Allie, Chris, Zac and Dianna joining us for this really fun episode.

This past year was a little different for Phish. Fewer shows, no Fall tour, Trey guest starring in Fare Thee Well shows, Magnaball, and another glorious New Year's run at Madison Square Garden. And even though we got fewer shows, we all agreed that almost every show had something special. We talk a lot about how this year fits into the band's history, and where they go from here.

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Part 1 Tracks

Blaze On (Shoreline)
No Man In No Man's Land > Twist (Mann)
Mercury (Dick's)

Part 2 Tracks

Mike’s Song, Weekapaug Groove (Nashville)
Tweezer > Prince Caspian (Magnaball)
Kill Devil Falls (Atlanta)

Part 3 Tracks

Bathtub Gin (Magnaball)
Chalk Dust Torture (Blossom)
Scents & Subtle Sounds (Mann)

Harry Hood (Shoreline)

Intro Music: Akron/Family, Last Year

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Episode 73: Phish 2.1.91 Set 1

This week, we're bringing you a set from the archives: Set 1 of 2.1.91, from Brown University. This week is the the 24th anniversary of the show, which has a couple key debuts and some wonderful improv that reminds us how talented this band was even in its first couple years of touring. Their playing is deft, precise and inspiring. Setlist is below.

And a request. We do this podcast for one reason: to bring music and commentary to fans like you. And we hope 2016 will be another great year. So please help us continue to make the show better by taking this one-question survey. We appreciate the input, and you helping us make it better.

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Phish, 2.1.91, Alumni Hall, Brown University, Providence, RI

Set 1: My Sweet One, Foam, Tweezer, Tweezer Reprise*, Magilla > Guelah Papyrus*, Runaway Jim, Split Open and Melt > Bouncing Around the Room, David Bowie (Reba from Set 2 included)

*Debut

Intro Music: Grateful Dead, Cold Rain and Snow

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Episode 72: Phish in Mexico Recap

Phish just finished a 3-night run in Riviera Maya, Mexico, so on this episode we recap that run and chat with a few guys who were there: Craig, Matt and James. We do a quick intro discussion about the scene and the experience, and then we play some music from the run. The clips we included are below. Hope you enjoy.

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Phish in Mexico: Clips

Friday, January 15
Theme From the Bottom
Drowned
Sand -> Ghost

Saturday, January 16
Cities
Light
Golden Age
Harry Hood

Sunday, January 17
The Landlady
Moma Dance
Saw It Again
Down With Disease
Roggae
Crosseyed & Painless
The Ocean!

Intro Music: Neil Young, On the Beach

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Episode 71: MSG New Year's Run Highlights

Well, that was a fun run of shows from MSG in New York last week. This week we're bringing you some highlights from all 4 nights of the 2015-2016 New Year's run. We have an intro discussion, and then we get into a bunch of great music. Instead of going chronologically with the music highlights, we put together some songs from each night that we feel flow pretty well. The chapters and track listing are below.

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Chapter 1   0:00      MSG New Year's Run Discussion

Chapter 2   39:11    MSG New Year's Run Tracks (details below)

Chalk Dust Torture (12/30)
Undermind (1/1)
Roggae (12/30)
Bathtub Gin (12/30)
Reba (12/31)
Twist (12/31)
No Man In No Man's Land > Auld Lang Syne > Blaze On (12/31)
Theme from the Bottom > Light (1/1)
Tweezer (1/2)
Weekapaug Groove > What's the Use? > Weekapaug Groove (12/30)

Intro Music: Ryan Adams, Welcome to New York

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Episode 70: MSG Highlights (1994-2013)

As you may have seen, we put the topic of the last HF Pod episode of 2015 up to a vote. The topic that came out on top was highlights of Phish's Madison Square Garden shows through the years.

We curated a list of tunes that spans across every year that Phish played at MSG. There are some absolutely incredible jams—which reminds us that Phish always delivers when they play The Garden, and that makes us even more excited to see what happens next week in New York.

The track listing is below. We thank you for listening, and encourage you to send any feedback that you might have for us.

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MSG Highlights Tracks

Tube, 1/1/11
Tweezer, 12/30/94
Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley, 12/30/97
Piper, 12/30/11
2001, 12/29/98
Carini, 12/29/13
The Mango Song, 10/22/96
Ghost, 12/31/10
1999, 12/31/98
AC/DC Bag, 12/30/97
Walls of the Cave, 12/31/02
Tweezer, 12/28/12
Harry Hood, 12/30/95

Intro/Outro Music: Frank Sinatra, Theme from New York, New York

Monday, November 23, 2015

Episode 69: Fall 95 Highlights

It’s been 20 years, folks, since the epic Fall 1995 tour. Everything changed for Phish in 1995 (as it did again in ’97, ’99, ’04, ’13 and ’15). But this signaled the beginning of a new era—bigger venues, bigger crowds, bigger expectations. And during this tour, Phish did what they do best. They delivered.

Our friends Wade and Josh joined us for this equally epic 3-part episode, where we played and discussed some of the highlights from this Fall 1995 tour. In contrast to the Summer 1995 tour, these jams have an incredible level of focus and clarity. But they’re not jams to be taken lightly. They’re dense, heady. As Wade says, listening to Fall 1995 “is not a spectator sport.” Hope you’re geared up.

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Part 1 Chapters

Chapter 1   0:00         Intro Discussion
Chapter 2   10:36       Fall '95 Highlights
Chapter 3   2:14:30    Music Discussion

Part 2 Chapters

Chapter 1   0:00          Fall '95 Highlights
Chapter 2   2:14:00    Music Discussion

Part 3 Chapters

Chapter 1   0:00          Fall '95 Highlights
Chapter 2   1:51:41     Music Discussion

Part 1 Tracks

Split Open & Melt, 10.7.95
Run Like An Antelope, 10.24.95
Reba, 10.25.95
Mike's Song -> Breathe Jam, 10.25.95
David Bowie, 10.27.95
Bathtub Gin, 11.9.95
Mike's Song, 11.15.95

Part 2 Tracks

Tweezer, 11.19.95
Free, 11.22.95
Timber Ho!, 11.29.95
Tweezer, 12.2.95
David Bowie, 12.11.95
Down with Disease, 12.12.95

Part 3 Tracks
Halley's Comet -> NICU -> Slave to the Traffic Light, 12.14.95
Tweezer, 12.28.95
Bathtub Gin -> The Real Me -> Bathtub Gin, 12.29.95
Harry Hood, 12.30.95
Runaway Jim, 12.31.95

Intro/Outro music: LCD Soundsystem, Losing My Edge

Monday, November 9, 2015

Episode 68: "A Live One" Book Convo w/Wally Holland

This week, Wally Holland joins us to talk about his new book: "A Live One," released as part of the 33 1/3 series. The book is great, you should absolutely it out. Our conversation focuses on all things Phish, and Wally's insights about the band—the influences, the musical approach, and the joy and emotion that we all experience as fans.

We also put together this review of the book. There are also a few tracks of music, one track from "A Live One" and a couple songs from the same era (tracks below). The music starts about 1 hour, 15 minutes in.

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Tweezer, 11.28.94, Bozeman, MT
Harry Hood, 11.12.94, Kent, OH
Slave to the Traffic Light, 12.31.94, Boston, MA

Intro/Outro Music: The Flaming Lips, Hit Me Like You Did the First Time

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Episode 67: 20 Years Later -- Phish 10.28.95

This week WE are the guests! Jonathan interviews us as we reflect on our first show, which took place 20 years ago this week in Auburn Hills, Michigan. It's difficult to put into words how going to a concert 2 decades ago could affect your life in so many ways, but we do our best. It's a fun show, and part of a really excellent tour. We really hope you enjoy it.

We split this episode into 2 parts, with Set 1 this week and Set 2 next week. The setlist is below. As always, we ask you to follow us on Twitter and review us on iTunes. And check out Cash or Trade for face value tickets.

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Phish, 10.28.95, The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Mound, Timber Ho!, Uncle Pen, Sample in a Jar, The Lizards, Billy Breathes, Acoustic Army, Prince Caspian, Run Like an Antelope

Set 2: Maze, Theme From the Bottom > Scent of a Mule, You Enjoy Myself, Strange Design > Frankenstein > Chalk Dust Torture

E: While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Intro/Outro Music: Jack Rose, Saint Louis

Monday, October 5, 2015

Episode 66: Fall '96 Highlights!

This week we're joined by our good friend Brian (@sufferingjuke). He was inspired to go back and listen to the entire Fall 1996 tour, and he pulled together a wonderful collection of highlights from that tour. Brian put a ton of thought into this, and the product makes that very clear. Really wonderful highlights, and some lesser-known jams that he's bringing back into the spotlight.

We've split this one up into 2 parts, because there's just too much great stuff. We think you'll enjoy, and as Brian has said, "you'll never look at '96 the same again." The track details for Part 1 are below, we'll add the Part 2 tracks when we put that episode up!

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Part 1 (music starts around 13 minutes, discussion picks back up at 2:08)
10/16 -- Simple -> Swept Away -> Steep
10/19 -- Down With Disease
11/06 -- Mike's Song -> Jam
11/08 -- Simple
11/11 -- Tweezer
11/13 -- Suzy Greenberg -> Prince Caspian

Part 2 (music starts right away)
11/18 -- 2001
11/19 -- David Bowie
11/29 -- You Enjoy Myself
11/29 -- Harry Hood
12/01 -- Reba
12/28 -- Mike's Song -> Strange Design -> Weekapaug Groove

Intro/Outro Music: TRAD+, Blind 

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Episode 65: Just the Jams Summer 2015

This week our guest is George (@McGrupp_), who joins us to discuss Summer Tour and to share his "Just the Jams" mix—2 hours of musical excerpts from this past tour. This is a very well-edited, smooth-flowing mix, and you often can't tell when one jam starts and another begins. Great work by George, and definitely worth checking out. The track list is below (the music starts around 36 minutes).

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Start - 5:07 - Llama - 8/14/15 Raleigh, NC

5:07 - 12:35 - Mike's Song - 8/4/15 Nashville, TN
12:35 - 19:45 - Piper - 8/15/15 Columbia, MD
19:45 - 36:03 - Tweezer - 8/1/15 Atlanta, GA
36:03 - 40:52 - Chalk Dust Torture - 8/7/15 Blossom, OH
40:52 - 50:40 - Prince Caspian - 8/22/15 Watkins Glen, NY
50:40 - 54:44 - Martian Monster - 8/11/15 Philly, PA
54:44 - 1:04:54 - 46 Days - 8/15/15 Columbia, MD
1:04:54 - 1:11:28 - Simple - 7/22/15 Bend, OR
1:11:28 - 1:22:13 - Kill Devil Falls - 7/31/15 Atlanta, GA
1:22:13 - 1:37:11 - Bathtub Gin - 8/21/15 Watkins Glen, NY
1:37:11 - 1:49:35 - Twist - 7/24/15 Shoreline, CA
1:49:35 - 1:57:00 - Golden Age - 9/4/15 Commerce City, CO
1:57:00 - 1:59:41 - Sneakin' Sally - 8/16/15 Columbia, MD
1:59:41 - 2:05:22 - Cities - 8/12/15 Philly, PA
2:05:22 - End - 2001 - 8/11/15 Philly, PA

Intro/Outro Music: The Libertines, What Katie Did

Friday, September 11, 2015

Episode 64: Summer '15 Tour Highlights Pt. 4 (Dick's!)

This week we have 2 great guests to help us wrap up what has been a really wonderful 2015 Summer Tour. Wally (@waxbanks) and Myke (@lawnmemo) join us for a discussion of the Dick's shows. We also have a selection of tunes from the 3-show run from Denver (tracks below, music starts at about 56 minutes).

WALLY HAS A BOOK ABOUT PHISH COMING OUT. You can and should pre-order it now. We will have another podcast conversation with Wally about this in the coming months.

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Dick's 1
Ghost
Bathtub Gin
Blaze On > Golden Age
Bike

Dick's 2
No Man in No Man's Land
Martian Monster
Winterqueen
Chalk Dust Torture
Mercury

Dick's 3
Seven Below
Down With Disease
2001
(Encore) Tweezer Reprise> Harpua> After Midnight > NO2 > Keyboard Army > Your Pet Cat > Once in a Lifetime > United We Stand

Intro/Outro Music: Bela Fleck, Kinetsa

Show Sources:

Dick's 1: DPA 4015c(NOS/FOB/DFC@7’)->Portico 5012->Mytek 192->HD-P2(24/96)->xACT->FLAC

Dick's 2: Schoeps mk21 (FOB/ORTF wide) > kcy > Sonosax SX-M2/LS2 > Mytek 192 > Tascam HD-P2 (24/48)

Dick's 3: Schoeps mk22(nos)>Kcy>Schoeps Vst 62IUg>Sonosax SX-M2>744t 24/96 (Chris King)

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Episode 63: Summer '15 Tour Highlights Pt. 3

This week we bring you more music from Summer Tour, including highlights from the wonderful Magnaball festival that just wrapped up last week. We have a lot to chat about, so we're going to split this one up into two episodes, but both available now. The episode parts and chapters are below.

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Episode 63 Pt. 1
Intro chat w/Dianna & Alex (start through 1:13:52)
Tour highlights (Raleigh > MPP)
Raleigh: Llama, Golden Age
MPP 1: BBFCCM > My Pet Cat > BBFCFM, 46 Days > Bug
MPP 2: Stash, Bowie, Shine a Light

Episode 63 Pt. 2
Tour highlights (Magnaball!)
Magnaball 1: Simple, Bathtub Gin
Magnaball 2: Tweezer > Prince Caspian, Blaze On, 555
Magnaball 3: Scents & Subtle Sounds > What's the Use > Dirt

Intro/Outro Music: The Jauntee, "Excelsior," title cut from their new album, this version is 6.20.15, from Beverly, MA

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Episode 62: Summer '15 Tour Highlights Pt. 2

This week we keep Summer Tour musical highlights rolling (per Diego's suggestion). This tour continues to create excitement, anticipation and lots of conversation. While I may argue that this leg of the tour focused more on song diversity and overall show flow, there are still some spectacular jams. Our forecast for the rest of the tour: Phish continues to kick ass. The tracks we're including are below.

If you want to hear some commentary, check out our next video chat on the shows highlighted in this episode. That will happen live at 9pm ET on Thursday, August 13. 

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Tuscaloosa: Maze, Seven Below
Nashville: Mike’s > Piper > Crosseyed > Weekapaug
Kansas City: The Last Step, Down With Disease
Blossom: Chalk Dust Torture > Tweezer
Alpine 1: Mercury, Reba
Alpine 2: Carini > Waves
Mann 1: Skin It Back > Martian Monster, Fuego

Intro/Outro Music: Mountains of the Moon, Fare Thee Well