The MV Podcast 192: The Great Pop-Punk Debate

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On the newest episode of The Modern Vinyl Podcast, the hosts debate and dissect Rolling Stone’s recent “50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums” list. The conversation is split into categories, such as “Most Underrated,” “Most Overrated,” and “Right Band, Wrong Album.”

Writer/Podcaster Jacob Tender (Bantha Fodder) joins.

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Welcome To Geekdom Episode 058: Stranger Things 2

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Jacob Tender returns to the podcast to discuss the second season of Stranger Things. We talk about the new characters, the relationships between the characters, and much more.

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Welcome To Geekdom 050: Digital Storage and Backup Data

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Jacob Tender returns to the podcast for an extremely geeky chat about digital storage and backing up data.

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Welcome To Geekdom 038: Frank Ocean

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Jacob Tender returns to talk about Frank Ocean's early career, his discography, and so much more.

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Welcome To Geekdom 022: Apple Music

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Jacob Tender returns to talk about the complex features of Apple Music.

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Encore 141: Hobbies, Work, and Everything Between

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On this week’s episode of Encore I am joined by special guest Jacob Tender. This week we discuss AbsolutePunk.net, SpinMedia, UnderTheGun and a lot of behind the scenes chaos that plagued the music web community over the past few years. Then we move into a discussion about creating things and the balance between hobbies, work, and everything between. We look at what it’s like to create things, when to know if they’ve failed, and why it is we both feel a need to create and put things out into the world. There’s also talk about the new MacBooks with Touchbar, some thoughts on AirPods, as well as collecting media and how we track what we listen to, read, and watch.

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Bombad Radio 263: William C. Dietz and the Original Dark Forces/Rogue One Tale!

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Rogue One is out and to celebrate and NOT spoil anyone, we have an interview with author William C. Dietz who wrote the original tale (or at least one of them) about obtaining the Death Star Plans now overed in canon with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Hear us talk about his Star Wars: Dark Forces Trilogy introducing fan favorite Kyle Katarn, as well as his other books from Mass Effect: Deception, Starcraft: Heavens Devils, his work with Halo, and other tie-ins as well as writing for Video Games (some based on his own books) and of course check out his newest novel Into the Guns, available everywhere books are sold!

Joining Jeremiah on this episode is Jacob Tender of the Bantha Fodder Podcast found at http://banthafodder.fm/. Also you can check out more about our guest, William C. Dietz at his official website found at http://williamcdietz.com/

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Welcome to Geekdom 007: Star Wars Rebels

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Jacob Tender returns to talk all about Star Wars Rebels

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The Shakermaker Podcast 7: "Bring It On Down" with guest Jacob Tender

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Jacob Tender guests on the seventh episode of The Shakermaker Podcast to discuss "Bring It On Down," the seventh track off of Oasis' debut, Definitely Maybe.

Jacob and Patrick discuss Jacob's love for post-Britpop bands, Jacob's expectations going into Bring It On Down, how Patrick likes the guitar riff, some background info on the song from Patrick, and overall thoughts on podcasting in general.

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Welcome to Geekdom 001: We Watch A Lot of TV

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In the first episode of Welcome to Geekdom, Jacob Tender joins to discuss how we consume TV. We cover Netflix, cable, and more.

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Inside Music 80 - The Death of a Music Blog (with Jacob Tender!)

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On this episode of INSIDE MUSIC, host James Shotwell calls returning guest Jacob Tender to discuss the current state of music blogging, the rise of podcasts, and the need for change in the world. This is Jacob’s third time on Inside Music, and every time he’s appeared he has had a new role in the industry. Jacob recently launched a podcast of his own, VBR, and discussing that project leads to a great conversation about the role podcasts are playing in shaping the future of music journalism. James and Jacob also discuss the recent death of a music blog they ran together for years, Under The Gun Review, as well as the reasons why they’re not necessarily sad to see it come to an end. The world is a crazy place, but as long as we communicate and help one another it’s not so bad. Enjoy!

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Missaligned 16: Jacob Tender

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This week, we bring you a new interview with Jacob Tender! We discuss the best ways to handle PR, anticipated releases, and get nerdy about podcasts.

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All Of The Above 016: Magazines

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We sit down with guest Jacob Tender to talk about what's really a magazine, how can magazine companies transition to a digital world, and the role of major publishers in a self-publishing world.

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Inside Music 10: Jacob Tender Returns!

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For the first time in our ten-show history we are welcoming back a previous guest. Jacob Tender was one of the first people to appear on ‘Inside Music,’ and at the time it seemed like he had life pretty much figured out. He had a new job at a great publication, big dreams for the future, and for the first time in his entire life he could proudly proclaim that he was a paid music writer. Everything seemed to be going great. That is, until things began to change.

This episode is a weird one. The first part explain why we were on hiatus last month, as well as the numerous things we learned during our absence. From there, our conversation turns to Jacob’s turbulent journey through the business and the things he has learned along the way. I’ve known Jacob for years, but I’ve never known him to speak as candidly about life and his struggles as he does on this show. I know this seems a bit odd coming from the guy who hosts the show, but I think this episode is something incredibly special. You can stream and download the show below.

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Inside Music 03: Jacob Tender (Substream Magazine)

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This week’s episode features Jacob Tender, Digital Editor for Substream Magazine and former editor of Under The Gun Review. He may only be 21, but Jacob has already reached professional heights seasoned vets often long to achieve, including having a personal essay about his favorite band kickstart what eventually became one of the biggest band reunions in recent memory. He’s proud of everything he’s done, but it’s what he has one the horizon that truly captures our imagination.

Over the course of the hour-long conversation found below, Jacob and I talk about his life in writing, as well as how factors outside the music industry can impact people’s professional plans. It starts with a strong focus on writing and blogging, but as things carry one we begin to speak in a far more general sense about the industry as a whole. It’s a hopeful, yet cautious conversation, and I’m glad we got it all on digital tape.

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