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Jonah Raydio #50: Yank Episode
Episode 50: Jonah Raydio
Yank Episode
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Jonah Raydio #50: Yank Episode

It’s our 50th show! Luckily, our guest was Donut Friend owner and Drive Like Jehu drunner Mark Trombimo, who brought us glorious donuts. Also in attendance are previous guests Stoney Sharp, Dave Kloc, and a special drop in by Deanna Rooney.

We have brand new Jonah Raydio shirts from artist Dana Lechtenberg — not just one but two new Jonah Raydio shirts.

Don’t forget that Jonah Raydio is doing a live show at Cinecave at Lost Weekend Video for SF Sketchfest.

Sponsored by Fracture Prints

Brought to you by Blue Collar Distro

 

Featured Songs

 

Golden Brown” by Drive Like Jehu

Year of No Light” by Three Mile Pilot

Do the Math” by The Peechees

Without Doubt” by Boys Life

Cautioners” by Jimmy Eat World

The Future Lasts Forever” by Braided Veins

Decorate the Spin” by Knapsack

Portions for Foxes” by Rilo Kiley

Comments

  1. Matthew says:

    Whomever tuned in to hear an hour plus segment about donuts with fair to terrible audio quality probably came in their pants for the entire duration of this podcast. Bravo!

  2. Jay says:

    I love Jonah Raydio.

  3. Patrick says:

    I agree. Glad to have a new episode, but the sound mixing was so all over the place. Are you guys not even trying anymore or are you just to wasted to care?

  4. Rebecca says:

    I hadn’t heard of Rilo Kiley before this episode, and now my whole life has been made better. Thank you!

  5. Dad says:

    How does one become a successful “drunner?”

  6. SatanIsYourBuddy says:

    C’mon guys… that’s the worst sound mix I’ve heard on a podcast. I mean, thank god all the sound effects came through loud and clear. That was a relief.

  7. Barret says:

    Amazing. I love it. What a great time listening to this! Why has no one told me about this? I’m telling everyone. Shouting it from the rooftop of Airport Parking! I didn’t know that Mark Trombino produced Another Desert, Another Sea. That’s in my Top 5 albums by San Diego bands, along with Yank Crime, Watercourse, Dot Class C, and Big Hat, No Cattle. It’s so hard to choose 5 though! I was asking my friends about this at the Casbah 25th anniversary shows. I’m so lucky to have grown up in San Diego and be exposed to all this great music. Great podcast!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Wow the sound was horrible especially on Mark Trombino’s microphone. He was inaudbile most of the time.

  9. RG says:

    NIIIIIIIIIIIIIICE