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Jabberjaw Media Network Launches New Podcast Shows

Sunday, April 9, 2017 13:40
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Jabberjaw Media, an independent talk and entertainment podcast network founded by Matt Carter (Emery, The BadChristian Podcast) and Mike Mowery (Outerloop Management & Records), has been paving the way for podcast platforms since their launch in November 2015. The network's unique and groundbreaking shows include Lead Singer Syndrome with frontman Shane Told of rock band Silverstein, the Modern Vinyl Podcast, Washed Up Emo, The Mike Herrera Hour, The MetalSucks Podcast, The Bad Christian Podcast, Break it Down with Matt Carter, 100 Words or Less, Peer Pleasure, and more. In its first year, Jabberjaw Media has hosted groundbreaking shows and interviews - such as John Bunch's final interview before his untimely passing on Washed Up Emo. The success of Lead Singer Syndrome has paved the path for the show's exclusive All Access Club, and the show continues to produce engaging interviews with a diverse array of lead singers with the approach of peer to peer candor. Further, the shows Break It Down with Matt Carter,Modern Vinyl, Mike Herrera Hour and Peer Pleasure are all shows that can be heard weekly on idobi Radio.

Today, Jabberjaw Media Network is thrilled to announce a massive addition of six new podcast shows covering topics from the music industry, to dating in the 21st century, and even cocktail creation. Starting tomorrow, Jabberjaw Media will welcome Kill Rock Stars' The Future of What, The Ex Man Podcasthosted by Doc Coyle, O Marks the Spotby Outerloop, The Metal Podcast with Chuck and Godless, Too Old to Date, and cocktail-focused The PourTaste Podcast. This is what co-founder Mike Mowery has to say about the addition of the new shows:

"It's a fantastic honor to be able to add new shows to the network. In the time since we launched, I've watched broader acceptance of podcasting within the music business, and the proliferation of more and more great shows. I'm excited that in this round of additions we are adding our first female host, our first podcasts not directly associated with music and our first scripted show. Our community continues to grow and we look forward to what's in store for the remainder of the year." - Mike Mowery

Jabberjaw Media was formed after founders Matt Carter and Mike Mowery saw a need for podcast hosts to strategize and find ways to build stronger audiences and share tips under one roof. They collaborated to create an entertainment-centric podcast network that enables direct communication between artists and their audience without the influence of media conglomerates or other gatekeepers. The artist-friendly network will work with its hosts in creating compelling content and encouraging free expression of thoughts, ideas, and beliefs. Jabberjaw Media exists to aggregate present podcasts and help them thrive while seeking to produce great content from interesting personalities within independent music and beyond. Jabberjaw Media shows will provide a wealth of knowledge, offer insightful stories, and thought-provoking topics. Network members and hosts not only work in the their respective industries today, but they are also genuinely passionate about the people that make up this community. As a result, the network is full of shows relevant for both fans and professionals alike.

More about The Future of What Podcast:
The music business is evolving rapidly, and can be difficult to understand - even for those who have been in it for years! These changes have had significant effects on those who love music, and everyone from creators to distributors are trying to keep up. The Future of What is an hour-long radio show and podcast that explores issues and trends in the recording industry - where it is and where it's headed. Host, Portia Sabin, president of the independent record label Kill Rock Stars cuts through the noise with music business experts to provide an authoritative look at this multi-billion dollar industry. In the last two years, The Future of What has discussed issues facing the music business for the benefit of musicians, independent artists, people working in the industry, and the general public. On joining Jabberjaw Media, Sabin says "Jabberjaw hosts a bunch of great music-related shows, and many of them are hosted by actual musicians, which makes Jabberjaw unique amongst podcasting networks. We're so excited to be joining them!"

The newest episode of The Future of What looks at musicians in podcasting and features Shane Told, frontman of rock band Silverstein and host of Lead Singer Syndrome, Hrishikesh Hirway, musician and creator of Song Exploder, and musician and podcaster Joe Pug. Catch Portia Sabin and The Future of What at upcoming events such as a panel on "The State of Indie Music" at Treefort Festival, Boise ID (March 2017), keynote interview with Robyn Hitchcock at The Recording Academy's Songwriters' Summit in Seattle, WA (April 2017), keynote speaker at Upstream Music Festival + Summit in Seattle, WA (May 2017), and a panel on "Investing in Independents(ce)," at A2IM Indie Week in New York, NY (June 2017).

Hear new episodes of The Future of What here:

More about The PourTaste Podcast:
Cocktail team, Jon and Lindsay Yeager will be hosting the cocktail-focused PourTaste Podcast, which will feature Jon, along with special guests, and discuss cocktail and spirit history, methodology and trends with each 30-45 minute episode ending in a cocktail recipe. Jon will walk the guest through the concept of the recipe, offering tasting notes and seasonal variations along the way. Each podcast episode will have a 10-minute bonus in conjunction, highlighting another cocktail recipe based off each episode's theme. PourTaste officially began in 2011 after Jon Yeager held one of the opening bartender positions at the Holland House Bar & Refuge in Nashville, TN. After a year of working at this highly acclaimed, speakeasy-style cocktail bar, the Yeagers were asked to help design other menus throughout the city, train bartenders and help to provide a craft bar experience at various events. Since 2011, PourTaste has grown to become the go-to epicenter for all things cocktail. In addition to their product line, E Harlow, which focuses on handcrafted tonic and the world's only Magnolia Bitters since the Civil War, Jon and Lindsay Yeager have created cocktail, beer and wine menus for hotels, restaurants and bars while consulting for events, festivals, retail shops and brands. The Yeagers are also the creators and producers of Music City Spirits & Cocktail Festival, Nashville's premier festival focusing solely on the craft of the cocktail. Their yet to be named beer-cocktail recipe book, from Skyhorse Publishing, will be released fall 2017.

Hear new episodes of The Pour Taste Podcast here:

More about The Ex Man Podcast:
Ex-God Forbid guitar player Doc Coyle talks to professionals in the music world and other creative industries about the challenges and transitions of leaving monumental ventures. This podcast is for those passionate and driven 20 & 30-somethings at a crossroads trying to figure out "What's next?" On joining Jabberjaw Media Network, Coyle states, "I couldn't be more thrilled than to announce this partnership with The Ex Man and Jabberjaw Media Network. I am a fan of and have been a guest on a few of the Jabberjaw shows like Metalsucks and 100 Words Podcast. I have to give huge thanks to Mike Mowery at Outerloop for thinking of me, and the opportunity to grow The Ex Man Podcast to a wider audience is a tremendous opportunity."

Hear new episodes of The Ex-Man Podcast here:

More about Too Old to Date Podcast:
So you're single. You've tried Tinder, Hinge, Bumble, OKCupid, JSwipe, Christian Mingle, Farmers Only, Purrsonals. Shut up, we know you have. So we wrote a show about using them to find dates. Not an advice show, a scripted show. Like on TV, but you can't watch it. You can listen to it though, and imagine that we're more attractive than we really are. You can feel comfort in knowing that you're not alone. Well, technically we're all alone. We all die alone anyway. But this show is funny! Way funnier than dying alone. Too Old To Date consists of eight-episode seasons culled from the desperately lonely minds of creators Brad Garoon & Mike Tanzillo. Keep an eye out for bonus episodes as well. They're generous like that. On joining Jabberjaw Media Network, the hosts state:

The Too Old To Date team is proud to announce that we will be joining the Jabberjaw Media Network. In just one short month since its creation, Too Old To Date has been downloaded by thousands listeners and garnered a passionate Instagram following. Too Old To Date is very excited to bring its dating world-obsessed audience to Jabberjaw."

Hear new episodes of Too Old to Date here:

More about The Metal Podcast:
The Metal Podcastcontinues a long pairing of hosts Chuck Loesch and Godless (formerly of MetalSucks), delivering their take on the world of metal today. Their weekly examination of metal news headlines, topics and generally inane banter warrants tuning in, but stay for the interviews. Affectionately dubbed the "Barbara Walters of Metal" this duo has interviewed the top brass in the metal world from the old guard: Slayer, Anthrax, Metallica, Testament to the up and coming bands: Psycroptic, Black Dahlia Murder,Deafheaven, and so many more. Staying away from the typical face palming questions and trying to dig deeper into their subject showing their human side, and sometimes getting some true confessions. A truly unique podcast in the world of heavy metal. On joining Jabberjaw Media network, Chuck Loesch states:

"Now that The Metal Podcast created our own nest, being part of the Jabberjaw Network is a no brainer, bringing like-minded podcasters together to grind it out every week, we'll make millions, well, maybe not millions, but you know what I mean."

Hear new episodes of The Metal Podcast here:

More about O Marks the Spot Podcast:
Mike Mowery, Lance Rowe, and Suzie Lee give behind-the-scenes looks to the happenings at Outerloop, a boutique music management firm and record label. Detailing budding ideas and how they come to fruition to moments where everything that can go wrong does go wrong, the podcast reveals what goes into the work of teams behind every band, a rare perspective for fans, musicians, and aspiring music professionals. Guests on the podcast include current clients and industry professionals.

Hear new episodes of O Marks the Spot here:

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