For this week’s episode, the boys welcome a friend of the podcast, multi talented musician, and social media mogul, Austen Reno. You can listen to Austen’s new album, Pull Yourself Together, on Spotify. The guys talk about all things music starting with Austen’s musical lineage. His Grandfather was
Publish Date: Feb 18, 2021
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For this week’s episode, the boys welcome a friend of the podcast, multi talented musician, and social media mogul, Austen Reno. You can listen to Austen’s new album, Pull Yourself Together, on Spotify. The guys talk about all things music starting with Austen’s musical lineage. His Grandfather was Don Reno who was responsible for one-half of the famous song Feudin’ Banjos. This leads to a conversation of friends who know music theory and how disgusting high school band rooms could be. Other topics include Austen’s experience touring and living on the road, the 10-year anniversary remix of Rebecca Black's hit single "Friday", the idea of “selling out” for fame and money, and of course...the movie Rudy. This week’s throw-down takes us to the world of sitcoms and specifically the worlds of Parks and Rec vs the Office. Ron Swanson gets pitted against Dwight Shrute in a battle of funny, tough guys with quirks. Check out the finale to find out who emerges victorious! Follow us on Twitch to hang out while we record our new episodes and stream video game sessions! We have MERCH now! Check out our YouTube channel for podcast episodes, video game live stream highlights, Doug Watches Awkward Videos, and Justin Plays Video games. Be sure to like and subscribe! Follow us on all of our social medias and other platforms! https://streamerlinks.com/mindgappodcast
CD and like whatever. But there's also it's like when you goto like, If you were gonna be a studio musician, you're gonna go to a studio. It's not like you have to have extensive music theory, but they have, like the basically just give you a chart, and you need to know, like what that chart means So you can play the music with the band, and it's like, That's kind of like how you said it's it's the language of it. And just like knowing how to speak in those you know, words. No, that makes sense because, like especially for like, studio musicians, right, because they're like, Hey, I have this thing I want to do Here is the sheet music like Cool. I got it and they can play it and they know how to do it. Musician is probably one of the most terrifying jobs I can think of because you gotta be like not only you gotta be ready for anyone to walk through the door and be able to match their style, match their genre, match there like just be so like pliable and ready to just be like, like just fit into whatever needs to happen. I cannot imagine a more heist