My friends Mike Polizzi and Steve Goldstein and I discuss growing up in the 80s and 90s. Throughout the same podcast, we sound both like crotchety old men and forward looking young men.
-Waiting on line for concert tickets (not online but on line)
-Buying albums before hearing them
-Sniffing the liner notes and the tactile nature of albums
-Cultural impact of music
-Paying for music
-Searching for new music
-Remembering phone numbers
-Phone and tablet addiction
-Rock bands of the past vs. today’s bands
-Recording music (analog vs. digital)
-Where are the rock protest songs?
-News and clickbait
-Social media time suck
-Social media validation
-Not missing people because of social media
-The advantage of not seeing people on social media
-Texting and messaging
-Looking at your phone
-Going to concerts
-Making movies and music
-Embracing the modern age
We were outside so there was a little bit of wind but no breaking wind. . . that we know of.
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https://tofumofo-nyc.bandcamp.com If you hate your job and commute, this is for you.
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