19 Burst results for "Fiorello"

"fiorello" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"To dive deep into music business. Talk record labels management's the current state of the pop punk scene and why they wanted to be a bigger part in it so whether you're in a band or you're just a music fan. I think you'll find this conversation very fascinating. So let's go ahead and say hello to eric. Drove miller and vinnie fiorello of lost to music collective. Awesome.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"To dive deep into music business. Talk record labels management's the current state of the pop punk scene and why they wanted to be a bigger part in it so whether you're in a band or you're just a music fan. I think you'll find this conversation very fascinating. So let's go ahead and say hello to eric. Drove miller and vinnie fiorello of lost to music collective. Awesome.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"Podcast to dive deep into music business. Talk record labels management's the current state of the pop punk scene and why they wanted to be a bigger part in it so whether you're in a band or you're just a music fan. I think you'll find this conversation very fascinating. So let's go ahead and say hello to eric. Drove miller and vinnie fiorello of lost to music collective. Awesome.

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Some Dinosaurs Probably Nested in Arctic

60-Second Science

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Some Dinosaurs Probably Nested in Arctic

"Those vicious predatory dinosaurs that tended to be fairly small as six to nine ten feet. Long snout to tail there. Certainly in the Jurassic. Park movies the things that terrorize people Anthony Fiorello a paleontologist at southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas for more than two decades. Now, Fiorello has been digging a dinosaur fossils, hundreds of miles north of the Arctic Circle in Alaska. So one of the fundamental questions about dinosaurs in Alaska. In the ancient Arctic is, did they live there all year round did they migrate? How did they get their a recent discovery sheds light on those questions this fossil that's the subject study is a baby dinosaur, the baby predatory dinosaur, and it is a baby. It's not just juvenile and given the size estimate of this thing. This probably was not far from where the nesting ground was. So this is the first physical proof. Alley some dinosaurs nested in the ancient Arctic some of the first Arctic dinosaur remains ever found were discovered back in the nineteen sixties in Svalbard, an archipelago north of mainland Norway. Since then researchers have theorized, the dinosaurs must have migrated to avoid deeply cold winters but Fiorello says this new discovery disproves that idea for you know the classic stereotype for dinosaurs is that had been. that they were living in sub tropical environments oftentimes, somewhat swampy if you look at various artwork over generations, that was quite often how these dinosaurs were reconstructed. In reality the climate north of Alaska's Brooks range seventy million years ago was similar to what we might see today in Portland, Oregon or Calgary Alberta. Certainly a place where. Things were cooler. Or who were capable of being cool at times but certainly warmer than the the Arctic today, the fossil find is a piece of jawbone with a tooth from Dromaeosaur Fiorello and colleagues unearthed it along the banks of the call. They'll river not too far from the Arctic Ocean. The bone is the first non dental evidence of that species in the far north the researchers report their discovery in the journal plus one. Of course questions remain. How did they do what they did because even with the warmer temperatures at the latitude, the thieves dinosaurs were living, which is at least seventy degrees north if not even farther nor. Do they endure long periods of light and dark, and that's where the research will go next for now Fiorello says the new discovery proves that these giant reptiles were well adapted to the highly seasonal environments of the late Cretaceous that we still experience today in the Arctic.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

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"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"Everything is. Really the first that it whether it'll be a second I have I have some victims I have to do second added it'll be. Over and then I don't think I'm GONNA publish this. Finally. Officer. So that make outset to Wilson. Yeah. The with your background I would I would think someone would pick it up. I don't have my expectations for the door opening, whatever is different. You know the We'll see. If I don't find anyone have the function as well. Right the ACAS I mean the the others did seem to do well that way at least I'm assuming so you're welcome conform of that. I, think. It was fun to do and it sold well, and it's available wherever you know anytime anywhere that we get your new book like whether it's kindle or whether it's apples or whatever It's available there. Then audiobooks availables. Well, wait at spot on audible get, but it should be on audible I think for because it quoted. They had like this crazy amount of the way. So I think it should be on a on audible shortly. Yeah. I looked yesterday and I did not see it. So that's why pointed out that it was on Google. But it wasn't on audible yet. Hobo and audibles they have. Three months away on upload because. People are working from home and and the just the machine is. Working at the speed. Up there it's in Q. So it'll be a upward. Okay. Cool. That's good to know because I was kind of I was surprised that I couldn't find it. That's right. I just. Most In. Is Just Some you know headphones on about my day and. You know I I I would never have gone and read I think shoe dog. Right was the story of the from your of Nike Right. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But it was a friend of mine was like a favor like get you know get shoot off and and have it one and a half times and speed. And it'll keep you like. Right there in an it's an interesting story, but the speed of it's a bit slow by the view of that that one and a half steam. Got and. It really had the at the moment of like, yeah. This is a great story of someone who just had an idea never gave up on me a beer and did it was having that idea by painting means necessary to be successful and? Kind of a weird company just in sunlight practices sent by. The story of it from inception to to modern nightly. Was Right there was it was weird listen. Yeah. Now I now you're wanting now I wanNA listen to it. This. An. Amazing story about how you know it's kind of like apple apple the same way like Steve Jobs started in a garage right and then became this. You know John Norma's machine. Yeah if you if you are audible person to. Get through. That speed. Speed up a little bit I. Have never done that on an audio book before. It makes it makes sometimes for drier material. and. It makes things my. Yeah I'M GONNA I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do that now and see what I think of that. Let me know. I will I definitely will. So vinnie forever. Thank you so much for your time today man I truly appreciated. The inevitable's back them on kickstarter if it's too late by the time you're listening to podcast. Then I'm sure it'll be available for purchase that you can still or even stream it, but it's always better to buy. Obviously. Babble Yawn, the kickstarter ended. Was the hurts and things like that, right? Okay. Cool. Anything else you want to mention this the form again I hit on it a little bit Australian again this thanks everyone or an thank you for having me on the one. That's Shit now, like of course, work in a world of people who don't give a shit. It's good to the people who Care about stuff and we want to. Put things and things into the world that are fun and interesting, and those are the people that I wrote than. Those are people that I want more. So thanks that everybody of the support thanks to the creatives that are out there man doing it and making beautiful things and making interesting thing. So. This. Weird time and it's not gonNA. Get any better for a little the. It's positive things and and you have to look for them sometimes when all this negative ships coming at you thousand miles an hour you really have to serve for a positive light. And really embrace man of the open to embracing it negatively. It's it's infectious. You know so damn. Sure. So At the end of this, just look I look for some light and because it's out there to stop the to grab on. I I could not agree more man that's that's what I always try to digest the positive stuff and I try not to put out the negative stuff especially in social media because there's already so much of it already. Try. Not to participate in that even though the other day I was so tempted to post. Something along the lines of face masks because you know. It but anyway. It all watch out. You know. Like you said, it's GonNa it's GonNa come to an end we still got. Some time to go it alone. Come to an end eventually. Hopefully it'll be a good not the entity. Yes. Yes. Hopefully. Yeah. Exactly. In the meantime, we've got the inevitable's to to hold us. Then, it's story about nobody's trying save the world from its demise so. Perfect time for really really is our Vinnie. Will you take.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"And. Then have like four or five days to get to the end of it and try to get over the finish line to get and do as much cool as possible. Right. So so let's yeah. Let's talk about that. Very, near future then so we've got ten days to go. We we already talked about there's another single that's dropping Thursday and I know Fort Lauderdale is only available currently on Youtube. Bright. August Twenty Eighth Fort Lauderdale goes to all of the digital streaming platform. So yes, you get it on spotify and get on apple music and one desert. If that's your thing I don't even know deesor is I for the longest time it always I was like what the heck is it and I think it's more of the European version of. somethin'. Yeah. Something like that because I think this podcast is on deesor. If I'm not mistaken I'M GONNA have to double check but I think it is there's so many platforms that the podcast goes to and I can never keep track of all of them you know. especially. But anyway, yeah go ahead. Going to say, so we have that on. Friday. Goes also on Friday which we haven't announced but by the time, this happens. For it we have a lyric video that alternative. Releasing sign and preparing rather That's on Friday as well. Offer Fort Lauderdale. Awesome. Authors, there's a lot you know. So the record officially comes out the last Friday of over. Right. So I forget what that is one thing maybe but. Let's look. Good old smartphone here. October. The. You said, it's on the twenty eighth a Wednesday. Saana. For every I that five thirty? No the thirtieth is that's the last Friday of October. Okay. Let's Friday. A lot better. And I mean, honestly, some of these characters would be make really good Halloween costumes. Fun stuff that's coming down. I. Know what I do and how I've done it. There's there's fun weird things happening that are on the. On the horizon line yeah. Definitely. And what her I'm trying to think, what else do you want to promote about the kickstarter? Like any other rewards that are. Towards the rewards kickstarter if we hit thirty five thousand, it's getting the dubbed version of Fort Lauderdale onto a flexi. This right. It's also We'll do an animated. Video for one of the singles probably the third. and. Then I look for that as well as anyone who bought vinyl now colored by you know hey. Through one of the founding balls. Other than that man late why have been surprised? that. We offered myself. Obie an Alex. We offered hey, you can write a song with all of us and we could be here and help you guide along and. I think my last look at it was two out of five. So unbought and they're the big ticket I don't. I was surprised one. Bit Harder on it and went luck like I can have these guys help if we're in a scab in, we could do like A. Co White together, and these guys can help I was surprised that it didn't go and hasn't gone quicker. Yeah because I'm look well yeah, there's two. There's two backers you're right. So there's you could still three people could still get in on that if. Sold up honestly if I was still in an original band. Sky Band, whatever I would totally take advantage of that. Yeah I mean. It doesn't get. It doesn't get much better than that to literally have a writing session with the three of you that would be bad ass and honestly. Five hundred dollars for that. It would mean that would. I. Right I was GONNA. Say That's not. That's not bad at all. Really it really isn't. It's pretty it's pretty decent especially considering there's you know there's three of you and it's not just you. It's you've got you've got three people you're adding to the the Nixon. The writing room there so Did someone. And you've got the the ultimate collector literally gets everything. Just looking out. Yeah. Wow that's amazing. You've got collector. You know it's put it there things like that for like was Hail Mary of someone who has his trouser wollen come on. Are. I. Don't think anyone ever like. You know gets that I'm here. You never know you never do. You put in there for those people that. Can. What could five thousand dollars That's what it is. Yeah Thousand Kenny Oh all this stuff y Yeah Right right. Right exactly. and. So I know you're on Instagram of we. We are the invincibles. The inevitable's I'm sorry. The inevitable's we are the inevitable's there's also a facebook page. I couldn't find a twitter. I'm assuming there's no twitter. The twitter is a inevitable H. Okay. So it's a little different I was wondering 'cause I like searching and searching and I could not find twitter. Someone's holding that we are the. Of course. There's there's there's always that the book we mentioned six nineteen that's available. I know if you're not much of a reader but you listen to books I know there's an audiobook available on Google. Let's see what else Should we know about before I mean I'm excited to read the full blown novel that'll be great. I Got Done. I was GONNA say I. Was Hoping There was New Jersey in. New Jersey wasn't in the title I was going to be kind of disappointed. disappointed. Hung Up. In the shadow of New York City in the mid eight when I was just turning into a teenager and I have an older brother, my parents were getting divorced so. It's A. It there's fiction obviously to it. But it's all based on on an autobiographical wide, right it's all coming from for mostly from your experience. In Life. So that'll be and coming out later this year it's still there's no date, it'll be interviewed us. Well Okay Yeah there's I have.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"And then have like four or five days to get to the end of it and try to get over the finish line to get and do as much cool as possible. Right. So so let's yeah. Let's talk about that. Very near future then so we've got ten days to go. We, we already talked about there's another single that's dropping Thursday and I know Fort Lauderdale is only available currently on Youtube Bright. August. Twenty Eighth Fort Lauderdale goes to all of the digital streaming platform. So yes, you get it on spotify and get it on apple music and the desert. If that's your thing, I don't even know deesor is I for the longest time it always. I was like what the heck is it and I think it's more of like the European version of. somethin'. Yeah. Something like that because I think this podcast is on deesor if I'm not mistaken I'M GONNA have to double check but I think it is. There's so many platforms that the podcast goes to and I can never keep track of all of them you know. Especially but anyway, yeah, go ahead. Going to say so we have that on Friday Goes also on Friday which we haven't announced but by the time, this happens. For, it we have a lyric video that alternative. Releasing sign and preparing rather that's on Friday as well. Offer Fort. Lauderdale. Awesome. Authors there's a lot you know. So the record officially comes out the last Friday of over. Right. So I forget what that is one thing maybe but. Let's look. Good old smartphone here. October. The. You said it's on the twenty eighth a Wednesday. Saana. For every I that five thirty. No the thirtieth is that's the last Friday of October. Okay. Let's Friday. A lot better? And I mean, honestly some of these characters would be make really good Halloween costumes. Fun stuff that's coming down. I. Know what I do and how I've done it. There's there's fun weird things happening that are on the. On the horizon line. Yeah definitely. And what her I'm trying to think, what else do you want to promote about the kickstarter? Like any other rewards that are? Towards the rewards kickstarter. If we hit thirty five thousand, it's getting the dubbed version of Fort Lauderdale onto a flexi. This right. It's also We'll do an animated. Video for one of the singles probably the third. And then I look for that as well as anyone who bought vinyl, it's now colored by you know hey. Through one of the founding balls. Other than that man late why have been surprised? That we offered myself Obie an Alex. We offered hey, you can write a song with all of us and we could be here and help you guide along and. I think my last look at it was two out of five. So unbought and they're the big ticket I don't. I was surprised one. Bit Harder on it and went luck like I could have these guys help if we're in a scab in, we could do like A. Co White together and these guys can help I was surprised that it didn't go and hasn't gone wicker. Yeah because I'm look well yeah, there's two. There's two backers you're right. So there's you could still three people could still get in on that if. Sold up honestly if I was still in an original band. Sky Band whatever I would totally take advantage of that. Yeah I mean. It doesn't get. It doesn't get much better than that to literally have a writing session with the three of you that would be bad ass and honestly. Five, hundred dollars for that. It would mean that would. I. Right, I was GONNA say that's not. That's not bad at all. Really it really isn't. It's pretty it's pretty decent especially considering there's you know there's three of you and it's not just you. It's you've got you've got three people you're adding to the the Nixon, the writing room there so Did someone. And you've got the the ultimate collector literally gets everything. Just looking out. Yeah. Wow that's amazing. You've got collector. You know it's put it there things like that for like was Hail Mary of someone who has his trouser wollen come on. Are. It. I don't think anyone ever like. You know gets that I'm here you never know you never do. You put in there for those people that. Can. What could five thousand dollars That's what it is. Yeah. Thousand Kenny, O. All this stuff y. Yeah Right, right right. Exactly. And so I know you're on Instagram of we. We are the invincibles. The inevitable's I'm sorry. The inevitable's we are the inevitable's there's also a facebook page I couldn't find a twitter I'm assuming there's no twitter. Twitter is a inevitable H. Okay. So it's a little different. I was wondering 'cause I like searching and searching and I could not find twitter. Someone's holding that we are the. Of course. There's there's there's always that the book we mentioned six nineteen. That's available. I know if you're not much of a reader but you listen to books, I know there's an audiobook available on Google. Let's see what else? Should we know about before I mean I'm excited to read the full blown novel. That'll be great..

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"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"Five songs that are completely mixed. And another six that need to be mixed after with that. Okay. So how many tracks we're talking total eleven? Okay. That's a good round number. Like at it's it's. It's a blend of. Economic even ask they're like Oh Scott on fuck it, but it's a blend REGGAE and sort of you know a dark somatic, but the blend of reggae and Skoll and Scott Hong. And it just. It's definitely on the. If you take your finger hustler horizon lighted hits a lot of of those influences throughout route right and Just. For me I i. kind of sit back and go. Yeah, this is this is cool. Man Because. Lyrically, some of it you know is right in my pocket of like how people know it. This and other things I kind of it out stretched out a little bit and. To. My surprise I actually really really. Yeah, it's got a big full sound Fort Lauderdale, which is the first single on that. WE'RE T-. That's what we're talking about right now. Correct because another one hasn't been released although I have seen you've been teasing something. So I'm assuming that means the second one. Second Song was coming Yeah Yeah Yeah. So Thursday days Monday that we're recording this right I'm ready. We'll have our second song now. Okay. I was hoping that's that's what was going to be released. So I'm excited to hear the second one because before we did zoom call I was actually like the Fort Lauderdale, the stuck in my head I was humming. Counseling. That beginning part with a horn line yet I find myself with it gone. Oh Yeah it's a Lotta like. I would come through. Again records the records excited. Now for me I think that if you if you dig Fort Lauderdale, it runs a gamut. A cross, all genres of Scott Scott Pumpkin Riggott. I'm definitely going to love it. Then 'cause I, already Fort Lauderdale so. I really find the story fascinating the behind the doctor and how he's got this. Cure. And everyone's after it. Yeah. But you know the the the cure is youth is what the street name is for it. Yeah, and Really. You know it's he did was manufacturer strict drug, right? Yeah that. Keeps you young? Right and the overdose doesn't kill you. He overdosed. In a perpetual state. Of of. Youth. and. Effectively become was weird Zombie that stuck in your head of being. Your. Best. Your best age. From being young right Ultimately speaking right and I think that. Where where the the story if you boil everything down to it, it's it's a story of the haves versus the have nots right and the people that can afford the drug. And the people that still want to have that drug but can't afford it and yeah. There's a point in all of this where. The backdrop to the drug into everything like that. Is the end of the world right and there's forty days. Until the end of the world and people don't you intersection of wives and how it is and the good the bad. The photos everything like that. I'm, not GONNA I'm not gonNA give it up quite easily right live. Yeah but. It's a bunch of nobodies that are trying to stop the end of the world. And what I like about the concept though I feel like it's really not a far stretch from reality not at all. A lot of the lyrics have to do with the end of the world right and. When we when you know we were writing songs and when I was to lyrics. The end of the world met one thing to me. What Twentieth has proceeded that the lyrics. Hit a lot of the appropriate socking owns a host shit like there's. A There's a part of a song, the lyrics, the lyrics say at the very end. Are we all going to hell or are we already here and? That's that's that's what it is. Bad Man you're like, what did I do? I'm again. This into. Do. It's it's been fun creating the world. It's been fun. You know working in a different medium and. That's what it's all about him. Like I think that as creatives man, it doesn't matter like. You know what your thing is but. You know if you're predisposed to be creative, you should push yourselves in in whatever direction you can't say stay this complacent. And think that everything's GonNa be okay. You're given a gift ban like. were, sitting see what could do with a and? I'm trying to see what would I if you? The thing that I was gifted with which is reading some lyrics fan and why not try to write a about and why not succeed writing a book and why not try to all these other things that are attached to being creative and being friends. With created you know and so. They're you know? Awesome and what's your dog's name? I forgot your dog's name I seen. That dog particularly is Ziggy Ziggy okay. I've had Marley and. reggae thing that goes along. I love it I. Love It. So the inevitable's the. I was just looking at the kick starter here you've got twenty no ten days ten days to go from today. What's They to go. So ten days to go. I. Mean Your next goal is thirty five, right So I, mean, you're at thirty two. So I mean, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you that you guys can cross the finish line. I backed it last night. So I'm a I'm really excited to officially be a part of this Almost we're. We're twenty three hundred dollars away from thirty five K yeah which I feel like is doable. You know I feel like it's more than doable. Yeah. I think I think that the big rush will be towards the end right before it's over right right? Yeah. So what I'm hoping is we could get thirty five k because we have a bunch of other things that wants thirty five K hits. We have a bunch of other things that are very cool that we want to do as well. So. hopefully we get, thirty? Five..

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Five songs that are completely mixed. And another six that need to be mixed after with that. Okay. So how many tracks we're talking total eleven? Okay. That's a good round number. Like at it's it's. It's a blend of. Not. Even ask they're like Oh skop on fuck it, but it's a blend of. REGGAE and sort of you know a dark somatic, but the blend of reggae and Skoll and Scott Hong. And it just. It's definitely on the. If you take your finger horizon lighted hits a lot of of those influences throughout route right and. Just. For me I I kind of sit back and go. Yeah. This is this is cool. Man Because. Lyrically, some of it you know is right in my pocket of like how people know it whether this and other things I kind of it out stretched out a little bit and. To. My surprise. I actually. Really really. Yeah, it's got the big full sound Fort Lauderdale, which is the first single on that. WE'RE T-. That's what we're talking about right now. Correct because another one hasn't been released although I have seen, you've been teasing something. So I'm assuming that means the second one. Second Song was coming Yeah Yeah Yeah. So Thursday days Monday that we're recording this right I'm ready. We'll have our second song now. Okay. I was hoping that's that's what was going to be released. So I'm excited to hear the second one because before we did zoom call I. was actually like the Fort Lauderdale, the stuck in my head I was humming. Counseling. That beginning part with a horn line yet I find myself with it gone. Oh. Yeah. It's Fort Lauderdale like. I would come through. Again records the records excited. Now for me I think that if you if you dig Fort Lauderdale, it runs a gamut. A frost. All John Rose Scott Scott Pumpkin Riggott. I'm definitely going to love it. Then 'cause I already Fort Lauderdale so I really find the story fascinating the behind the doctor and how he's got this. Cure. And everyone's after it. Yeah. But you know the the the cure is youth is what the street name is for it. Yeah, and Really you know it's he did was manufacturer strict drug, right? Yeah that. Keeps you young. Right, and the overdose doesn't kill you. He overdosed keeps you in a perpetual state. Of of youth. And Effectively become was weird Zombie that stuck in your head of being. Your best, your best age. From. Being Young Right Ultimately speaking right and I think that. where? Where the the story if you boil everything down to it, it's it's a story of the haves versus the have nots right and the people that can afford the drug. And the people that still want to have that drug but can't afford it and yeah. There's a point in all of this where. The backdrop to the drug into everything like that. Is the end of the world right and there's forty days. Until the end of the world and people don't you intersection of wives and how it is and the good the bad the photos everything like that. I'm. Not, GONNA I'm not. GonNa give it up quite easily right live but yeah but. It's a bunch of nobodies that are trying to stop the end of the world. And what I like about the concept though I feel like it's really not a far stretch from reality not at all. A lot of the lyrics have to do with the end of the world right and. When we when you know we were writing songs and when I was to lyrics. The. End of the world met one thing to me. What as. Twentieth has proceeded that the lyrics. Hit, a lot of the appropriate socking owns a host, shit like there's. A. There's a part of a song, the lyrics the lyrics say at the very end. Are we all going to hell or are we already here and? That's that's that's what it is. Bam. Man. You're like, what did I do? I'm again. This into. Do It's it's been fun creating the world. It's been fun. You know working in a different medium and That's what it's all about him like I think that as creatives man, it doesn't matter like. You know what your thing is but. You know if you're predisposed to be creative, you should push yourselves in in whatever direction you can't just say stay this complacent. and. Think that everything's GonNa be okay. You're given a gift ban like. Were sitting see what could do with a and I'm trying to see what what I. View. The thing that I was gifted with which is reading some lyrics fan and why not try to write a about and why not succeed writing a book and why not try to all these other things that are attached to being creative and being friends. With read it you know and so they're they're you know Awesome and what's your dog's name I forgot your dog's name I seen. That dog particularly is Ziggy Ziggy. Okay. I've had Marley and. reggae thing that goes along. I love it I. Love It. So the inevitable's the. I was just looking at the kick starter here you've got twenty no ten days ten days to go from today. What's They to go. So, ten days to go I. Mean Your next goal is thirty five right So I mean, you're at thirty two. So I mean, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you that you guys can cross the finish line. I backed it last night. So I'm a I'm really excited to officially be a part of this Almost. We're. We're twenty three, hundred dollars away from thirty five. K. Yeah which I feel like is doable. I. Feel like it's more than doable. Yeah. I think I think that the big rush will be towards the end break before it's over, right right? Yes. What I'm hoping is we could get thirty five k because we have a bunch of other things that wants thirty five K hits. We have a bunch of other things that are very cool that we want to do as well. So. HOPEFULLY WE GET THIRTY FIVE.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"Five songs that are completely mixed. And another six that need to be mixed after with that. Okay. So how many tracks we're talking total eleven? Okay. That's a good round number. Like at it's it's. It's a blend of. Not even ask they're like Oh Scott on fuck it, but it's a blend of. REGGAE and sort of you know a dark somatic, but the blend of reggae and Skoll and Scott Hong. And it just. It's definitely on the. If you take your finger horizon lighted hits a lot of of those influences throughout route right and. Just. For me I I kind of sit back and go. Yeah this is this is cool. Man Because. Lyrically, some of it you know is right in my pocket of like how people know it in. This and other things I, kind of it out stretched out a little bit and. To. My surprise I actually really really. Yeah it's got a big full sound Fort Lauderdale which is the first single on that. WE'RE T-. That's what we're talking about right now. Correct because another one hasn't been released although I have seen you've been teasing something. So I'm assuming that means the second one. Second Song was coming. Yeah, Yeah Yeah. So Thursday days. Monday that we're recording this right I'm ready. We'll have our second song now. Okay. I. I was hoping that's that's what was going to be released. So I'm excited to hear the second one because before we did zoom call I was actually like the Fort Lauderdale the stuck in my head I was humming. Counseling. That beginning part with a horn line yet I find myself with it gone. Oh. Yeah. It's Like I would come through. Again records the records excited. Now for me I think that. If you if you dig Fort Lauderdale, it runs A. Gamut. A frost. All John. Rose Scott Scott Pumpkin. Riggott. I'm definitely going to love it. Then 'cause I already Fort Lauderdale so I, really find the story fascinating the behind the doctor and how he's got this. Cure. And everyone's after it. Yeah. But you know the the the cure is youth is what the street name is for it. Yeah, and Really you know it's he did was manufacturer strict drug, right? Yeah that. Keeps you young. Right and the overdose doesn't kill you. He overdosed keeps you in a perpetual state. Of. Of Youth and. Effectively, become was weird Zombie that stuck in your head of being. Your best your best age. From being young right Ultimately speaking right and I think that. Where where the the story if you boil everything down to it, it's it's a story of the haves versus the have nots right and the people that can afford the drug. And the people that still want to have that drug but can't afford it and yeah. There's a point in all of this where. The backdrop to the drug into everything like that. Is. The end of the world right and there's forty days. Until the end of the world and people don't you intersection of wives and how it is and the good the bad. The photos everything like that. I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA, give it up quite easily right live. Yeah but. It's a bunch of nobodies that are trying to stop the end of the world. And what I like about the concept though I feel like it's really not a far stretch from reality not at all. A. Lot of the lyrics have to do with the end of the world right and. When we when you know we were writing songs and when I was to lyrics. The end of the world met one thing to me. What as Twentieth has proceeded that the lyrics. Hit a lot of the appropriate socking owns a host, shit like there's. A. There's a part of a song, the lyrics, the lyrics say at the very end. Are we all going to hell or are we already here and? That's that's that's what it is. Bam Man. You're like, what did I do? I'm again. This into. Do? It's been fun creating the world. It's been fun. You know working in a different medium and That's what it's all about him like I. think that as creatives man, it doesn't matter like. You know what your thing is but. You know if you're predisposed to be creative, you should push yourselves in in whatever direction you can't just say stay this complacent. And think that everything's GonNa be okay. You're given a gift ban like. Were sitting see what could do with a and I'm trying to see what would I if you? The thing that I was gifted with which is reading some lyrics fan and why not try to write a about and why not succeed writing a book and why not try to all these other things that are attached to being creative and being friends. With. Read it. You know and so they're they're you know. Awesome and what's your dog's name I forgot your dog's name I seen. That dog particularly is Ziggy Ziggy okay. I've had Marley and. reggae thing that goes along. I. Love It. I love it. So the inevitable's the. I was just looking at the kick starter here you've got twenty no ten days ten days to go from today. What's on? To Go. So ten days to go. I. Mean Your next goal is thirty five, right? So I mean, you're at thirty two. So I mean I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you that you guys can cross the finish line. I backed it last night. So, I'm a I'm really excited to officially be a part of this Almost we're. We're twenty three hundred dollars away from thirty five. K Yeah which I feel like is doable. I feel like it's more than doable. Yeah I think I think that the big rush will be towards the end right before it's over, right right? Yeah. So what I'm hoping is we could get thirty five k because we have a bunch of other things that wants thirty five K hits. We have a bunch of other things that are very cool that we want to do as well. So. HOPEFULLY WE GET THIRTY FIVE.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"Less than Jake, not less than Jake, that standing on you know the shoulders of twenty whatever years of being banned and having all that. It's just vinnie Fiorello and author wanted you off right. And I started to freak out. I. Need to pick a second on this and that was in May but I decided that in June of two thousand nineteen. I was going to. Start and complete a short story a day. The trae myself to go. Get in touch with with what was going on. Trying to figure out this road map of the past the where I am now where I wanna be right like an. I did it was every day short story thirty short stories, and that lesson was overman like a king out of the end of that sort of exercise. Feeling good feeling that I can complete that the nozzle and people would get into it and I wound up putting it out. In June June twenty-fourth was actually my say and happy. Belated, birthday. And it's all it felt good to put out an felt good for people to read it and go. Like you know. Like I y felt about some of the lyrics or less than Jake on reading here, and it makes me feel the same and. That's that's what I wanted. That's what I wanted to hear, and that's what I was trying to get to and. It was it was an important. It was an important exercise that I'm glad that I did. So it's Kinda gearing you up for that. That bigger book is what you're saying I'll be I'll be done in October. Awesome. I'm I know it's not a long book, but actually just started reading six nineteen. So I like it so far if you if you like. Less than Jake. Leyritz. Then you're gonNA like that. I baked in a certain bounce to a lot of it of. Lyrical lyrical bounce to it and I sort of baked in the time as well. Because if you know me and if you like what I've done and you've only taken things that I've written in small doses. Very similar reading each stories that seven minute. The ten minute thing that you can read. And then be done with that one one day and go. Okay cool like I could go about my business and. You're not committing to this large endeavor. You can cut it up into you know five ten minutes over coffee or over a smoke or whatever it is you pick it up but the beauty I think and I've talked to a few people have added the beauty is in the reread. Because again, like I think a lot of like. Easter eggs and over thought a few things. So when you read it through, take it for what it is. You pull back and reread then you got. Starting to put a little bit of a pin opinion into the timeline circa understand about some other than, and that's classic less than Jake lyrics to because I I know for a fact. The first couple times I would listen to a less than Jake Song and obviously taken the lyrics. Realize what exactly was going on until I listen to it again or maybe I listen to it more than. Twice, maybe it was four times or whatever. Then I finally realized Oh that's what he actually means about this or about that. For. Sure and you know what and I think there's there's a point to where. With with the lesson jake I was feeling at a certain time when I wrote it, maybe it didn't hit you or whoever at that time but maybe five years goes by and you. You re listen to that song and you. Like This is what it is. You know. Yes. That's the beauty of the honest with you about being an artist that has been around for a long time you know and. Up Twenty seven and a half one eight years right depending on who you ask and where to start. Right. Depends on where you start but. For me but I think that you know. You you start to roll up with everybody. You start to see people that I saw that started the company is at fifteen. Right. Right. How are thirty five, right? Yeah. With kids and and you know remarried or just getting divorced or married for the first time or like it's everything under the sun and I grew up with a lot of. Fan. That turned into friends you know and a blew my mind right and. Just just one of those things at school. So. Let's go back to six hundred nineteen. You complete these thirty short stories in the month of June of Twenty nineteen, and you're talking about how it kind of set your mind up to what you want to know or what you knew. You wanted to do for the future like what projects you want to do, and is that kind of were the inevitable's? Kick in. Sure. I'm just I'm curious because like I. Know There's obviously that's what's so awesome. Watching you over the years is that you just look at Vinnie and you're just involved in so many different things. So it's like this guy's mind probably just never stops like it's just constantly going because there's this. There's that you're so creative and so many different ways you know besides besides music, you know you make toys. You're involved in business ventures, tattooing I mean it it just goes on and on and on. So that's why I'm wondering where the inevitable's comes in. Get what it comes into this right I it was two thousand of nineteen. It was in June I finished the book. The six PM people. And I was just in the middle of Okay I'm going to. Do this and I'm GonNa Start Writing. And finishing the novel that we still I edited of it and I did and. Then go back but. I started the hatch a plan of how I saw my twenty twenty. Things that I wanted view doering. and. One of them was one of the view, some more music again, and you have to realize that. Even though it was home I never stopped. Writing Lyrics never stopped up having ideas for music and things like that. So. Just a casual conversation and. September of two thousand nineteen. With ob from westbound train, it was like. Her Mono is palm that right so. Doing. All this and that now he's doing some like design work for him and of the slump bottom see doesn't Company and so one of the signs brought bottom. So. Let me doing and I was like, well, I'm doing this is no nano like music like go you have. Nothing then I don't have anything. Like Get suffering and I go. Well, I have something and. Explained to him and a less than Jake had been on for. In Japan and probably about three years ago and. In. My like walking around my jetlag like sort of as of looking for coffee had an idea I wanNA do a ton. Record West Jake where every song basically represented something that was inevitable right? So that is inevitably oil you could try, but you can't hide the future is inevitable. No matter how hard you try you're still going to have. Right doesn't change being sad being happy being.

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Feeling good feeling that I can complete that the nozzle and people would get into it and I wound up putting it out. In June June twenty-fourth was actually my say and happy belated birthday. And it's all it felt good to put out an felt good for people to read it and go. Like you know. Like I felt about some of the lyrics or less than Jake on reading here, and it makes me feel the same and that's that's what I wanted. That's what I wanted to hear, and that's what I was trying to get to and. It was it was an important. It was an important exercise that I'm glad that I did. So it's Kinda gearing you up for that. That bigger book is what you're saying. I'll be I'll be done in October? Awesome. I'm I know it's not a long book, but actually just started reading six nineteen. So I like it so far if you if you like. Less than Jake Leyritz. Then you're gonNA like that. I baked in a certain bounce to a lot of it of. Lyrical a lyrical bounce to it and I sort of baked in the time as well. Because if you know me and if you like what I've done and you've only taken things that I've written in small doses. Very similar reading each stories that seven minute. The ten minute thing that you can read. And then be done with that one one day and go okay cool like I could go about my business and You're not committing to this large endeavor. You can cut it up into you know five ten minutes over coffee or over a smoke or whatever it is you pick it up but the beauty I think and I've talked to a few people have added the beauty is in the reread. Because again, like I think a lot of like. Easter eggs and over thought a few things. So when you read it through, take it for what it is. You pull back and then reread then you got. To put a little bit of a pin opinion into the timeline circa understand about some other and that's classic less than Jake, lyrics to because I I, know for a fact. The first couple times I would listen to a less than Jake Song and obviously taken the lyrics. I wouldn't really realize what exactly was going on until I listen to it again or maybe I listen to it more than. Twice, maybe it was four times or whatever then I finally realized. Oh. That's what he actually means about this or about that. For sure and you know what and I think there's there's a point to where. With with the lesson Jake. Clear. It. I was feeling at a certain time when I wrote it maybe it didn't hit you or whoever at that time but maybe five years goes by and you. You re listen to that song and you. Like This is what it is. You know. Yes. That's the beauty of the honest with you about being an artist that has been around for a long time you know and. Up Twenty seven and a half one eight years right depending on who you ask and where to start. Right depends on where you start but eight for me but I think that you know. You, you start to roll up with everybody. You start to see people that I, saw that started the company is at fifteen. Right. Right. How are thirty five, right yeah you. With kids and and you know remarried or just getting divorced or married for the first time or like it's everything under the sun and I grew up with a lot of. Fan that turned into friends you know and a blew my mind right and. Just, just one of those things at school. So let's go back to six hundred nineteen. You complete these thirty short stories in the month of June of Twenty nineteen and you're talking about how it kind of set your mind up to what you want to know or what you knew. You wanted to do for the future like what projects you want to do, and is that kind of were the inevitable's? Kick in. Sure. I'm just I'm curious because like I know there's obviously that's what's so awesome about watching you over the years is that you just look at Vinnie and you're just involved in so many different things. So it's like this guy's mind probably just never stops like it's just constantly going because there's this. There's that you're so creative and so many different ways you know besides besides music, you know you make toys. You know you're involved in business ventures, tattooing I mean it. It just goes on and on and on. So that's why I'm wondering where the inevitable's comes in. Get what it comes into this right I it was two thousand of nineteen. It was in June I finished the book. The six PM painful. And I was just in the middle of Okay I'm going to. Do this and I'm GonNa Start. Writing. And finishing the novel that we still I edited of it and I did and. Then, go back but. I started the hatch a plan of how I saw my twenty twenty. Things that I wanted view doering. and. One of them was one of the view, some more music again, and you have to realize that. Even though it was home I never stopped. Writing Lyrics never stopped up having ideas for music and things like that so Just a casual conversation and. September of two thousand nineteen. With ob from westbound train, it was like..

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"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"I. As a creative I, go internal all the time right like starting to think about a song or art or or whatever it is I go inward and I attached from that external you know things and when you have a family you have to have you have to. Be there and be present you know. So I'm already predisposed to kind of young inside myself and kind of being that way and then being compensated being busy and then later having. The physical side be being her and then. It just spirals from there right and. For me I really like kind of sat down and went. I. Think I could be better dad I want to be allow man like you know she turning nine so was seven when I decided to step away. and. I just wanted to see and be part. And knuckled saying going on tour is bad listening the people that have kids who are on parole time. Is Bad right. What they're balancing in a different way like a person that I am I was finding it harder to balance. Everything that I do including your business side of things. Shop that I here paper and plastic. being adapting husband of being all of that and. It was just before that. It was like how how am I doing that and I was doing that but immediately When you took something out of that or at an added something to that other pile, it be the weight became. Too Too, much at that time you know. I was like I WANNA I. WanNa see all these things is until one my daughter turns you know fifteen. Doesn't want to hang out with her dad, right like a wonderful time in now, right? Yeah. Yeah. That that's time. Because I'm not counting on that. You now I'm coming on right now and acts the balance that I had. You know when you if you compound it with. The physical injury and then the mental sort of like wait that came with all of that at the time dude I was. Very, unhappy. With. Myself You know a and that you know. It definitely. Starts to you know outreach to everything you know. You know and you have to go for mental health you have to worry about family you have to do all of these things and I I'm a huge Huge ally when it comes to people sort of. Being able to have that moment. The stay active by getting that that the head space of being positive mental change for themselves or the family that's That could be anything could. Giving Up, you know a drug and alcohol could be you know stepping away from overwork and things like that and All of this, you know I started to see my dad in myself. And that cycle, he was what we Were sixty hours a week. Seven days a week and. I started to see this same thing. In me that I saw on him and that cycle I had I had to put the brakes on the cycle for sure you know keep myself in check and and that's what I did it was hard nude I I love. Less than Jake I lived and breathed bit woke up thought about it. Lasting than I thought about at night was less than Jake you know so like it's not the passion wasn't there the passion was there. Times infinity right it was just. I needed to stop and check in with with me by mental health physical health the health of my family. You now go down the line I had to hit the Hamburg. Man Good for you man because that is so hard to do to leave. That's your entire. Your entire life practically or are most of your life. Having started that. So long ago right over half of it, and then realizing you've got to put these other things before that. Now I know that when you announced, you were leaving the the touring side of things but you were still going to be involved is that still standing to this day or you completely doing your own thing? January twenty twenty I don't do anything for the band prior to that I was doing social media and the merch store and things like that. But as of January than it's been a no, no input. And The other guy seemed good with that and. Honest with you. Being detached all the time from like I'm in Gainesville. Here and trying to keep up on information and trying to keep up on all of that. It just started to get order and harder at that. You know I would imagine because you're not in the constant everyday. Life of the band. So you're trying to catch up like, Oh, you didn't hear about that. No No. I didn't know about that I. You know so not at all. So you start to lose track and then it's like well, what am I doing here? You know why? It's a speed bump more than anything at the time, right? So yeah, it was time for the two that involvement to like kind of like fade. And and it's a good thing positive day right as long as as everyone is doing well doing happy that's what's. Yeah you know it it it. Kinda, from the outside, it looked like it was a slow fade out so. That was. Sure you you know that's that's happy to see. So. You're done with less than Jake and you you are not. You're no longer on the road you no longer have that that crazy schedule of having to be here, and then be there be back here for a week. You know all this back and forth. What what were those those days like being home and and adjusting to that and trying to? To recover and find yourself because I'm I'm I'm guessing that's kind of what your your latest book is. Six, nineteen it kind of I assume it kind of touches on that right and that time now now. The the thirty short stories and that's it her. Six hundred nineteen really is. A roadmap. To the past to Kinda Rubik's cube about what the president of the future is van legged. So talks a lot about rolling up rocks a lot about being early punk rocker and you know finding that and then finding a voice because of it, and then moving around and finding a passion about traveling and passionate about when you you know I grew up in. New. Jersey. So. Leaving New Jersey come to Florida and then finding the passion about. Being in Florida and loving. Florida you know for what it is, which is a very faulty. State by all means, but you know sixth nineteen was. A lesson for myself because prior to that I was you know two hundred plus pages into a novel right and I stopped myself when. What am I what am I doing? Right now like is this what I should be dealing. Who who knows me as a lyricist on? Web's the lyrics that I've done are those people going to jump into this novel and and feel what? I'm doing I got cold feet and it was the first time that it was. It's just you. It's not..

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"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"fiorello" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"That's totally cool. All I ask is that you give us a positive rating review on whatever platform it is that you listen to this podcast on. Give us a follow on social media pop punk pizza pond for facebook twitter and instagram obviously that costs nothing. So thank you so much for the love and support and I truly appreciate that. On the show today is not a stranger to most of us in the scene and I've admired his work for literally most of my life for almost all of it best known for being one of the founding members of less than Jake and paper and plastic records. It's an honor to have the very creative and talented vinnie forever on the podcast today good afternoon Vinnie hails going great. How about you man? Know. What I? I can't complain. You know I'm not going to. Well I mean if you want to you can and be as real as possible, right? You know what I'm doing Good. It's. The first day at my daughter's school back hand. Eight. Turning nine next week. So she started third grade today so. You know it's definitely a wild ride banning them and. I've learned over last few months like. No one wants to talk about covert like you know I. Mean it's a daily thing. It's daily drag. So I'm not GonNa let go there. I'm just saying that. Today's the first day that that's happening and she's back at school and as different as the last five months were with her home. And homeschooling It's wildly different now to. was going. Well curious about that. Though have you had to step in and do some schooling? Yeah I did. My wife led most of the time just because A. Dad's like the fun parents so i. More loose things happen. At the same time I went to school for. Education and I. I'm basic I graduated with a special education degree specifically for the learning disabled. So That's what it was. In a former life I was going to be a schoolteacher so and then I realized over the last few months. I I could never go back there. So I don't have the patience for it. But I do have the passion for it still to like you know educate but my patients. Like Oh my God I need like train myself to. Get into a head space where I could do that. So. Yeah there it is. Is I know you went back to school not that long ago like in the last? What four? Three three years ago years ago yeah. Okay. Is that what you went back to school for wasn't education? Was it it was to get my specialist degree in special. Education so K. it was. So. Basically. Masters degree. Specialist. The doctorate. So it's right in the middle of of that. Okay. Gotcha. Are you going back for the doctorate at all though? Again it was when I went back it was a perfect storm going back. And I. Learned very quickly I was still on tour when I had gone back to school and I was on tour I was looking like desperately were in your desperately looking for a even a little bit of an Internet access to be able to send papers back in and everything like that, and get assignments in talk of Esters, it will. It was wild man and I'm okay specialist degree I'm. I. was more than I expected it to be, and it kind of fell in my lap to go back to school and. It felt good to finish, and now I'm finished. In that realm unfinished. Out and I'm sure it just it just it's just one of those things where. It wasn't wasn't unfinished and it probably just kind of kind of bugged bugged you right. So does not necessarily maybe doing it to actually okay I'm Vinnie and I'm going to be a special needs teacher. Now you know what I ran into my old guidance counselor from the University of Florida and she said Hey. We hadn't seen each other in forever but she was like you know I emailed you a few years ago because I was looking at your transcript like they were refiling. And I was like, yeah, and she was like, you know you really have to take you know it would be three semesters. And you can do it online now but you get a special degree in these three semesters and I went really and she's like I can you. Now I'll talk to the bean and I'll do this and I'll do this and you could just come back and you can do it and I was like. Hell. Yeah because in this day and age how many people really care enough to do all of those things for somebody else's wellbeing right and I felt if I turned down that I was turning down like a gift from somebody late here's this awesome thing. I could do a bunch of the legwork and all you have to do is show up and be who you are use your knowledge that has happened over the last fifteen years since you've been to the university right And bring it to the party. Okay I can do that and I did do that. That's awesome. Yeah. Congratulations to you man. For turning down and because because I know that was was super hard because the last time I had seen you in person face to face. You were in the middle of that and you just seem drained I. Mean I just can't imagine full-time in less than Jake on the road. And then you know trying to finish what did you see me on? On it was in. I. Think it was in February of. Metal, what was it wasn't with a four year strong with four year strong yes. So I where was it? Where was your call ago? I broke my foot the. Third Day of that for. And I I was. For that, that touring cycle of probably six months, right? It ended in. August. I was I was a mass man. I had a we had two shows a day off on that day off I was with my daughter in life and up my foot slip off of gravel and I broke my foot in two places one all the way through the small bomb ugly through that. I tour to ligaments in my foot might kick drum foot. I was GONNA say was this your left foot? Man, my right. It was my right foot for kick drum right? So okay. Yeah and dude, it was. The most insane and I. I talked about this recently by August. I was. Physically. Even during like warped tour, you know some of those shows I was playing and even a half hour set my foot would swell up in turn black and blue and like get Justin was. Terrible and like mentally and physically I was. fucking broken like by the end of that six months of a trying to balance school and home but physical health. And then mental health if you don't have physical health. You can never have mental health is just way and Kinda vice versa too. If you think about it, you know I mean. Yeah and what A and I'm sure I mean you had to have been taking something in order to deal with that pain because you're not. You're not leaving the tour you're you're still plan the shows. I nothing because I already have an addictive personality. So. So you had to do it with with nothing. I mean I did I did it with with Ice An aspirin. That was it but. Not being besides playing music in that that hour and a half that you're sort of engage with the crowd and the band. Dude. Touring for me is you know walking around and kind of soaking on a big history by Fan I'm a big food buff and Taking. Are having that fiscal injury takes all of that out. So it was just. On the boss of the Club the club to the bus or from the bus walking for X. amount to in a field to get to the stage you're playing on sucks walls in Europe, right? It was just just. Bad, you know and. Again like in Europe trying to find out do schoolwork and try to find a a stable enough connection to send a research paperback. It Dude it was it was a wild ride. That six months time it was just I was all over the place. So since we're talking about that time now. It was also at the end of that cycle that you announced it. You were you were done with with touring in less than Jake. So. Were were those thoughts kind of going through your mind before then or was it during that time? It was totally, it was always hard to balance of like. Being away and then be in a busy being away and then coming home, and then being busy while you were home I, felt that I was. Doing the right thing by my daughter by my by my wife and knock the say they ever said anything not to say, they ever pressured me in any way was all in my brain going. I could be a better that I could be a more present that because. You'd WHO's. A creative anyway, and it wasn't until later that I started the kind of kill the onion away right and they'll kill the layers off the right and..

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Pinball Machines Waas Once Illegal

Retropod

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Pinball Machines Waas Once Illegal

"This New York Times article from January twenty fifth with nineteen forty two reads like the beginning of a crime novel the city's Mayor Fiorello Laguardia makes a surprise visit to the a New York police commissioner these come there on the basis of some very interesting information the mayor is afraid that the police aren't working fast enough to seize a certain contraband and he's worried that the powerful financial backers of illicit items will seek a federal injunction against police rates to get them off the street the mayor won't say the nature of information that led him to make the visit but soon after he leaves the police commissioner issues a special order then every available patrolman it's a sign to the job of seizing the contraband pinball machines the police seized almost three thousand pinball machines and served more than fifteen hundred summonses and in a show old force real force mayor Laguardia then proceeded to smash the machines with sledgehammers while photographers took pictures he'd been fighting against the machines for his entire time in office about eight years at that point he was convinced that the pinball embalm industry was operated by criminals and the shady underworld described it in an affidavit as twenty million dollar a year your rackets other major cities followed in targeting the machines Washington DC issued you didn't order making pinball machines illegal after what the Washington Post described as a lengthy investigation launched by complaints from parents and teachers that school children were feeding lunch money into the electrical laws in New York this city band end all pinball machines that were used for gambling that meant any machine that paid winners in money or in the very dangerous rewards of free games or prices it sounds silly now but the thing is the Gordian might not have been wrong in worrying that pinball pinball machines were part of the city's seedy underbelly for one thing pinball machines back then didn't have livers so it was a game of chance dance more than a game of skill and that made claims that these were gambling devices more plausible a succession of New York mayors were able to make convincing cases that pinball did in fact have mob Tux mayor William O'Dwyer who succeeded in the Bardia was if anything even more dedicated to the crusade against pinball machines in one thousand nine hundred forty eight he said that wiretapping had yielded information in that illegitimate big money was interested in getting pinball machines placed in New York and that the Organized Crime Group Murder Inc used pinball machines to recruit their killers when he found out that pinball machines had returned to New York shops he sent an army NIA plain clothes police officers out to play them and determine if they were being used for gambling the New York Times ran the story in nineteen forty eight about a policeman named Frank Barron who went into a cigar shop to test out a pinball machine called the Marvel Papa Barron put a penny in the machine played five games in a row and on the fifth one a free six play that he turned around and arrested did the shop owner for unlawful possession of a gambling machines pinball kept its reputation as a slimy in disreputable we'll pastime for years in one thousand nine hundred sixty Republicans even tried to smear then presidential candidate John F. Kennedy by connecting him to an Indiana pinball owner more than thirty years later it was looking likely that the mayor would sign a bill bringing game back to New York City on May thirty first nineteen seventy six the time about New York column went out to talk to people in the cities arcades about the possible return pinball one man told the reporter he didn't think he'd see the day I'll believe they're back he said head when I get to play one the very next day pinball was legal once more

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"fiorello" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"fiorello" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hall jazz at Lincoln center, and runs from June twenty first through June twenty eighth composed by in bell, the libretto by Pulitzer President, Omar camel, and the opera is part of the New York City opera's pride initiative. Joining us now to discuss the premier is Michael Kapasa, general director of the New York City opera in front of the show. Nice to see you again. So Michael, what is the New York City opera's pride initiative? And what kind of programming is involved sure will the New York City opera was created by Fiorello LaGuardia as the people's opera? And when we were looking at what our programming needed to be, we need to speak to the people of New York, and, and we decided that we were going to initiate, a series that would every June. We would do an LGBT themed work began with angels in America. Last year we did Brokeback mountain. And when we were looking at our seventy fifth anniversary, which is this year. We thought that a commission for our pride series would be important. And we were lucky enough to stumble upon the fact that our seventy fifth anniversary and the fiftieth anniversary of the uprising coincided. And so we ca-. Mission opera called stonewall seemed perfect. Yeah. Meant to me. It's sometimes better to be lucky than good. So in this piece this work is divided into three parts. What are the three part? So we saw the vote beginning. We'll know why. We stop meeting discipline group of eight hiatus who all descending into the village. For one reason that they stumbled off them, as a place where they can just be is a place of no judgment may be place of running. It's a place where whether or not judge they can be themselves without prejudice. And we see all these people making the journey to that very night. Two. We see them initially taking easy going out the reasons why they wanted to go out and join the night and to right kicks off the right kicks off violence escalates gets out of hand than we have full riots three we believe is, the, we've had the night, the night has been the sun's rising and the group of people that we fought all the way through along with the chorus. Reflect just being concentrate. What this means going ahead for them thus the LGBTQ community, at those are three very different energy sets very different tone. Yes. What were some of the challenges to, to work through these different, these very, very different sets of emotions and feelings of what you do is in doing that Oprah? Does that does that so well? Which is why this piece lends itself, so well to being because we follow people from the troughs to the peaks and on the final conclusions. What one has to look for when writing this is finding a way of creating buckle Carta, I, for instance, we have the car of renounce the young debutante drag Queen now. What is the composes? What how, how do I vote, cally dress? That car to. How'd. How, how do I is a composer, make this drag Queen sing on express themselves in particular, and that thread, regardless of what's happening throughout will maintain the threat of unity? So that goes all of the different characters within the piece, vocal Terance, depending on on who they all what they going through type style. So although they can be having all this stuff going on around them, and they remained themselves in the vocal personality remains. So you had that golden thread running through in spite of everything else. Michael, why do you think? Stonewall lends itself to an opera. The story. It's an incredibly operatic. Moment, you can have thong Carlo, which dealt with the Spanish musician, you can have all these great operas and many of the great operas dealt with important historical moments. And what is so fascinating about so mall, is the, the fact that it deals with people individual people, and then a moment that spontaneously change the world and, and work could be more operatic than that. You know, you've got you've got New York City. You've got the mafia, you have you have people coming together in, in, in a in a place that was, frankly dump it was a horrible place there. It was painted black, and there was no exit. And there was no running water, but, but it allowed people. Of the of the community in not because they were a welcoming group of people because they were corrupt, but ultimately the relationship between the mafia and the police created a condition that ultimately changed the world for the LGBT community. And to me, it's a fascinating story. And it's says operatic as, as any as any of the opera operas always based on not always. But is traditionally based on historical events, sometimes tremendously fictionalized we're able to create an opera, that's not I mean, it's we, it's not a documentary by any stretch of the imagination, but it's based on on these actual events that, that change the world and we need. That's amazing, my guess. Michael capacity. General director of the New York City. Opera composer, Ian bell. We're talking about stonewall, the opera making its premiere Lincoln center, June twenty-first through June twenty eighth. So we're going to play an expert to Radic moment because offer, it's a dramatic moment. Lisa chevette. Right. She's a mess apprentice who sings the role of a lesbian who works at a hardware store. Let's take a listen to this clip from stonewall, the opera..

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