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The Vinyl Me Please Podcast

Tyler Barstow

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The Vinyl Me Please Podcast
The Vinyl Me Please Podcast

The Vinyl Me Please Podcast

Tyler Barstow

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Vinyl Me, Please co-founder Tyler is out to find the best stories, albums, and artists in music and tell you all about them here. He enlists artists, music nerds, and other people in the know along the way to make sure you leave every episode with a healthy dose of brain food, new music to listen to, and a few things to laugh about as you plummet into the void with the rest of us.

Latest Episodes

CHVRCHES #ProjectUnfollow Interview

We sat down with CHVRCHES on our podcast to talk about their unique chemistry and upcoming album ‘Love is Dead,’ in partnership with BMWUSA’s #ProjectUnfollow and the first-ever BMW X2.

22 MIN2018 APR 23
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CHVRCHES #ProjectUnfollow Interview

Project Unfollow - Little Sims

EIn partnership with BMWUSA’s Project Unfollow and the first-ever X2, we sat down with Little Simz to talk about the forces that have shaped her career. Little Simz is an artist who has paved her way by staying true to her own vision, a true embodiment of the Unfollower spirit.

32 MIN2018 MAR 29
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Project Unfollow - Little Sims

The Best Albums of 2017

Andrew Winistorfer, Senior Editor extraordinaire for VMP, is in the building for the last episode of 2017. We talk through VMP's top 10 albums of the year list and wander into a number of other topics as the two of us have a habit of doing. We love you guys and we'll see you next year!

70 MIN2017 DEC 30
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The Best Albums of 2017

Interview with Bill Bentley

Bill Bentley, author of one of the coolest books I've come across this year Smithsonian Rock and Roll: Live and Unseen, is on the show today to talk about what it's been like to spend his entire life in music. We get into what it was like to work for Neil Young for 30 years, what it was like to see The Rolling Stones when he was 15, and how the hell he managed to get hundreds and hundreds of concert and band photographs taken by fans. He will certainly be back on the show but this was an amazing first visit from him.

48 MIN2017 DEC 16
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Interview with Bill Bentley

Satica and the Best Summer Pop Song You'll Hear All Winter

I found out about Satica maybe a month ago and got addicted to her track “Honey Whiskey” on Soundcloud. She was nice enough to come on the show to talk about her music, but we ended up also getting into some pretty heavy stuff related to family and growing up as the daughter of Cambodian refugees in Long Beach, CA. This conversation was equal parts illuminating and funny and I've been hooked on her newDrippin' EP for a few weeks now. Check out the interview and then hop into the music itself, I think you'll be just as addicted to her music as I am once you do.

36 MIN2017 NOV 17
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Satica and the Best Summer Pop Song You'll Hear All Winter

Interview with Andrew Barber from Fake Shore Drive

Huge day today folks. Red Bull flew me out to Chicago for their Red Bull Sound Select festival and hooked up an interview with one of my personal heroes and a legend in the Chicago music scene, Andrew Barber. He's the founder of Fake Shore Drive and was there at the beginning to watch Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Chief Keef, King Louie, Lil Durk, G Herbo, and many more rise to local and then national fame. We go deep on the Chicago music scene, how he started Fake Show Drive and made it what it is today, and where he sees the music industry going along with many more topics. This is my favorite episode we've ever done and I'm so glad this worked out. Enjoy!

73 MIN2017 NOV 14
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Interview with Andrew Barber from Fake Shore Drive

Interview with Sharon Van Etten on "Because I Was In Love"

Sharon Van Etten has become a force to be reckoned with within the world of Indie music over the last 8 years, and it all began in 2009 with the release of her debut albumBecause I Was In Love. Sharon stopped by the show recently to discuss the album and the impact it's had on her career since its release. She opened up quite a bit about what her life was like around the making of the record and the different twists and turns of recording it. We also got into what her life has been like both personally and as an artist since then, what it's like creating albums that are so honest and personal, and what her hopes are for her future projects as she sets out to create her next record.

39 MIN2017 NOV 9
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Interview with Sharon Van Etten on "Because I Was In Love"

Why We Love Sad Music During The Fall

I’ve been pretty curious for a long time why it is that as soon as there’s the faintest nip of cold in the September air, I’m immediately in my flannel stuff and listening to For Emma Forever Ago and relating every line of it to every girl that I have ever been in a committed monogamous relationship with or seen in line at the bagel place. It’s genuinely sort of strange how seasons can affect our moods and the music we listen to during them, and Allie Baughman stopped by to talk about the whole thing. We got pretty deep here into some mysticism stuff, the nature of aesthetics, and how we’re tied much closer to the natural world than our iOS 11-crippled iPhones would like us to believe. It may sound a bit off the beaten path for you but this was genuinely one of my favorite conversations I’ve had in quite some time.

45 MIN2017 NOV 4
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Why We Love Sad Music During The Fall

Daniele Luppi's "Milano"

It takes a special sort of artist to pull the listener into a different world entirely, and there are far more examples of folks who have tried to do that than ones who have pulled it off. Like Twain said about the difference between the right and the almost right word, the difference between immersion and depiction is like lightning vs a lightning bug. Daniele Luppi's work falls squarely on the lightning side of that comparison andMilano, a concept album meant to bring you into the jungle that Milan, Italy in the 80's was, is a masterpiece from an artist at the top of his game. I recently got some time to sit down with Daniele to talk about his childhood in Milan, the inseparable bond that visual art and music share in his mind, and what it is that pushes him into projects like these over and over again. Daniele is treasure, as his is work, and you're going to love getting to hang with for 30 minutes or so today.

26 MIN2017 OCT 27
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Daniele Luppi's "Milano"

Four Tet's New Energy

This week Katie Bain and I jump into Four Tet and his meditative new albumNew Energy. We get into Four Tet's backstory, why his work has stuck with both of us so closely over 9 releases, and what makes his new work so special. We also get way deep into what makes IDM music so important, why Four Tet is one of the most important electronic musicians of his generation, and why the club dance floor is the perfect space for a particular type of meditation and enlightenment.

45 MIN2017 OCT 19
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Four Tet's New Energy

Latest Episodes

CHVRCHES #ProjectUnfollow Interview

We sat down with CHVRCHES on our podcast to talk about their unique chemistry and upcoming album ‘Love is Dead,’ in partnership with BMWUSA’s #ProjectUnfollow and the first-ever BMW X2.

22 MIN2018 APR 23
Comments
CHVRCHES #ProjectUnfollow Interview

Project Unfollow - Little Sims

EIn partnership with BMWUSA’s Project Unfollow and the first-ever X2, we sat down with Little Simz to talk about the forces that have shaped her career. Little Simz is an artist who has paved her way by staying true to her own vision, a true embodiment of the Unfollower spirit.

32 MIN2018 MAR 29
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Project Unfollow - Little Sims

The Best Albums of 2017

Andrew Winistorfer, Senior Editor extraordinaire for VMP, is in the building for the last episode of 2017. We talk through VMP's top 10 albums of the year list and wander into a number of other topics as the two of us have a habit of doing. We love you guys and we'll see you next year!

70 MIN2017 DEC 30
Comments
The Best Albums of 2017

Interview with Bill Bentley

Bill Bentley, author of one of the coolest books I've come across this year Smithsonian Rock and Roll: Live and Unseen, is on the show today to talk about what it's been like to spend his entire life in music. We get into what it was like to work for Neil Young for 30 years, what it was like to see The Rolling Stones when he was 15, and how the hell he managed to get hundreds and hundreds of concert and band photographs taken by fans. He will certainly be back on the show but this was an amazing first visit from him.

48 MIN2017 DEC 16
Comments
Interview with Bill Bentley

Satica and the Best Summer Pop Song You'll Hear All Winter

I found out about Satica maybe a month ago and got addicted to her track “Honey Whiskey” on Soundcloud. She was nice enough to come on the show to talk about her music, but we ended up also getting into some pretty heavy stuff related to family and growing up as the daughter of Cambodian refugees in Long Beach, CA. This conversation was equal parts illuminating and funny and I've been hooked on her newDrippin' EP for a few weeks now. Check out the interview and then hop into the music itself, I think you'll be just as addicted to her music as I am once you do.

36 MIN2017 NOV 17
Comments
Satica and the Best Summer Pop Song You'll Hear All Winter

Interview with Andrew Barber from Fake Shore Drive

Huge day today folks. Red Bull flew me out to Chicago for their Red Bull Sound Select festival and hooked up an interview with one of my personal heroes and a legend in the Chicago music scene, Andrew Barber. He's the founder of Fake Shore Drive and was there at the beginning to watch Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Chief Keef, King Louie, Lil Durk, G Herbo, and many more rise to local and then national fame. We go deep on the Chicago music scene, how he started Fake Show Drive and made it what it is today, and where he sees the music industry going along with many more topics. This is my favorite episode we've ever done and I'm so glad this worked out. Enjoy!

73 MIN2017 NOV 14
Comments
Interview with Andrew Barber from Fake Shore Drive

Interview with Sharon Van Etten on "Because I Was In Love"

Sharon Van Etten has become a force to be reckoned with within the world of Indie music over the last 8 years, and it all began in 2009 with the release of her debut albumBecause I Was In Love. Sharon stopped by the show recently to discuss the album and the impact it's had on her career since its release. She opened up quite a bit about what her life was like around the making of the record and the different twists and turns of recording it. We also got into what her life has been like both personally and as an artist since then, what it's like creating albums that are so honest and personal, and what her hopes are for her future projects as she sets out to create her next record.

39 MIN2017 NOV 9
Comments
Interview with Sharon Van Etten on "Because I Was In Love"

Why We Love Sad Music During The Fall

I’ve been pretty curious for a long time why it is that as soon as there’s the faintest nip of cold in the September air, I’m immediately in my flannel stuff and listening to For Emma Forever Ago and relating every line of it to every girl that I have ever been in a committed monogamous relationship with or seen in line at the bagel place. It’s genuinely sort of strange how seasons can affect our moods and the music we listen to during them, and Allie Baughman stopped by to talk about the whole thing. We got pretty deep here into some mysticism stuff, the nature of aesthetics, and how we’re tied much closer to the natural world than our iOS 11-crippled iPhones would like us to believe. It may sound a bit off the beaten path for you but this was genuinely one of my favorite conversations I’ve had in quite some time.

45 MIN2017 NOV 4
Comments
Why We Love Sad Music During The Fall

Daniele Luppi's "Milano"

It takes a special sort of artist to pull the listener into a different world entirely, and there are far more examples of folks who have tried to do that than ones who have pulled it off. Like Twain said about the difference between the right and the almost right word, the difference between immersion and depiction is like lightning vs a lightning bug. Daniele Luppi's work falls squarely on the lightning side of that comparison andMilano, a concept album meant to bring you into the jungle that Milan, Italy in the 80's was, is a masterpiece from an artist at the top of his game. I recently got some time to sit down with Daniele to talk about his childhood in Milan, the inseparable bond that visual art and music share in his mind, and what it is that pushes him into projects like these over and over again. Daniele is treasure, as his is work, and you're going to love getting to hang with for 30 minutes or so today.

26 MIN2017 OCT 27
Comments
Daniele Luppi's "Milano"

Four Tet's New Energy

This week Katie Bain and I jump into Four Tet and his meditative new albumNew Energy. We get into Four Tet's backstory, why his work has stuck with both of us so closely over 9 releases, and what makes his new work so special. We also get way deep into what makes IDM music so important, why Four Tet is one of the most important electronic musicians of his generation, and why the club dance floor is the perfect space for a particular type of meditation and enlightenment.

45 MIN2017 OCT 19
Comments
Four Tet's New Energy