This podcast, hosted by Matt Carter of Emery, tells the story of the culture surrounding Tooth and Nail Records through conversations with its most interesting characters. It begins in Chapter 1 tracing the the narrative arc of its origins, rise to commercial prominence and merger with major label EMI, its golden age, then survival though the collapse of the industry and difficult split with EMI and goes on to further explore special individuals and groups within the universe of the all ages, christian influenced, underground heavy music scene. Presented by the Labeled Universe
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In this episode, we get the chance to to talk about a bunch of people in the Labeled universe through the perspective of Seth Roberts whose band Watashi Wa is back and doing big things. Watashi Wa has a new album out on Tooth & Nail on which Seth has... more
Discovered directly by Brandon Ebel at Cornerstone, this set of individuals successfully navigated a mid-career identity change at the same time the whole industry was navigating major genre transitions. This conversation with David & Neil gives us a... more
Lee Humerian was the drummer for Phinehas for nearly a decade. He is a very classic stereotype of a Tooth & Nail kid who followed his passion for music, energy and mission for God. Lee was drawn from music into full-time missions landing him in Ukrai... more
Love the podcast.
As someone who did radio from the mid-late 90’s to the 2000’s, there’s lots of great stuff here to feed my nostalgia bug. Production values have gone up here though the episodes on average are too long and need to be edited more. Hour max, please. Would love more stories on smaller acts but also understand there’s less of an audience for that—Danielson, Havalina Rail Co, Morella’s Forest, etc etc. Keep up the great work, everyone!
Love this so far. So many other bands I’d love to hear from or about. Definitely an episode on Further Seems Forever! Other bands I’d like to hear about would be Halo Friendlies, The Huntington’s, and some of the other less known bands.
The idea for the podcast is great but the execution is often poor. My adolescence was during the T&N glory years so this is definitely aimed at me and others like me. There are bands identified that do not get the recognition they deserve for their artistic contributions. Two main issues: the interviewer and the executive producer. I'm sure Matt is a great guy but he's a bad interviewer. Want to learn about 90 Lb. Wuss? Well, you won't get a lot because he spends about half the episode wit... more
If you like hearing a hick talk about pop punk. This is for you.
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