The MV Podcast 015: Acrophobia

Podcast / August 5, 2014

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Episode 15 of The Modern Vinyl Podcast has us tackling the most important of questions. Why is Mike’s favorite doughnut just the plain glaze? Why am I so afraid of rollercoasters? And what the hell is happening with James in the picture above? Alright, alright. We also list off some of our favorite songs from the summer of 2014, we talk about the 10th anniversary of Relient K’s Mmhmm and we take a whole bunch of reader questions. Stick around for some great music, as well.


The Native Sound, the buzzworthy NYC-based record label, is the newest sponsor of The Modern Vinyl Podcast. If you remember, we had label founder Julio Anta on the podcast a few weeks ago and it was then that we were introduced to Vow, a two-piece synth and dream pop outfit hailing from LA. Their newest 12” EP, Make Me Yours, comes out on August 12th and The Native Sound has you covered with three vinyl variants, the most limited of which is almost sold out.

Also check out their recently released reissue of Koji’s Some Small Way EP, which is coming out again, on 12” wax. This is the EP’s first ever pressing, it’s on 180-gram vinyl, but only one color remains, so jump on that now. You can pick up both releases, along with work from John Vanderslice, Miserable, King Woman and Grey Zine, among others, through the webstore. And you can use coupon code, “MODERNVINYL” for 10 percent off the webstore.


Music from Koji, Vow and Our Lady, courtesy of The Native Sound and Mind Over Matter Records.

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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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