The Album of Record Podcast - Episode 1
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In this inaugural episode of the Album of Record Podcast, hosts Craig Lyndall and Andrew Schnitkey discuss their musical backgrounds and preferences. They talk about their musical vintage, with Craig growing up on Motown and R&B and Andrew discovering rock and punk in his teenage years. They also discuss their differing views on live music and how they discover new music, with Spotify playing a significant role. The hosts also share their experiences with vinyl and the nostalgia and physicality it brings to the listening experience. They conclude by discussing their goals for the podcast, including creating a community of music lovers and potentially interviewing their favorite musicians.
Musical vintage and background shape our preferences and the genres we gravitate towards.
Live music preferences can vary, with some people enjoying the experience of attending concerts while others prefer the comfort of listening to recorded music.
Streaming platforms like Spotify have become valuable tools for discovering new music, with their algorithms providing personalized recommendations.
Vinyl records offer a unique listening experience, combining nostalgia, physicality, and a deeper connection to the music.
The Album of Record Podcast aims to create a community of music lovers and potentially interview favorite musicians.
00:00 Introduction and Musical Vintage
12:20 Differences in Live Music Preferences
18:20 Discovering New Music
25:34 Transition to Vinyl
31:19 Bands We Used to Love
37:19 Goals for the Podcast