Labeled: "The Stories, Rumors, & Legends of Tooth & Nail Records"
By Tooth and Nail
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Go behind the scenes of one of the generation defining indie record label in this tell all podcast. Matt Carter and Toby Morrell of Emery, along with help from Aaron Lunsford from As Cities Burn take on the task of setting the record straight through story telling and reporting on what really happens behind the scenes in the music industry. Exclusive interviews with bands, managers, touring crew, producers, record label employees, and the man who started it all - President and Founder of Tooth and Nail Records, Brandon Ebel. Subscribe to “Labeled: The Stories, Rumors, and Legends of Tooth and Nail Records” today.
||CleanFrom Bremerton to the Wide World||Chapter 6 MXPX has a special place in the history of Tooth and Nail Records. They were the first band to break well beyond the Christian punk hardcore scene and into the mainstream. In 1992, they were 10th graders in Bremerton, trying to play at house..||2/6/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLabeled Special: Aaron Marsh and the New Copeland Record||Matt and Aaron Marsh discuss the coming Copeland album “Blushing” and his musical and lyrical approach. We also feature some new music in this special bonus episode of Labeled. https://labeledpodcast.com/ Support Labeled on Patreon ...||1/30/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe End of Cornerstone||Chapter 5 Cornerstone Festival grew to a massive level by the mid 2000’s with Tooth and Nail day being one of its main features. The cultures of Tooth and Nail and Cornerstone were a perfect fit. The environment that they created was both the...||1/23/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Rise of Cornerstone||Chapter 4 As it turns out, Cornerstone Festival had a lot more than a good lineup of bands; it has its own rich history and undergirding philosophy born out of The Jesus People USA and John Herrin, the festival’s director. Much of this philosophy...||1/9/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Stigma||Chapter 3: By the mid 90’s, Tooth and Nail Records had moved from Southern California to Seattle, where they were confronted with a scene that was not exactly welcoming to Christian rock, but the influence of that scene would play a role in...||12/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWho is Brandon Ebel?||Chapter 2: Brandon Ebel’s ability to spot, harness, and highlight the talents of others (bands and staff) is his magic. The emerging scene and his unique personality were the right combination to turbo charge and launch a label that would go...||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPermission Not Required||Chapter 1: By the late 80s, a massive void had formed between secular and Christian culture, and the secular side seemed to have all the best music. But, something new was beginning to emerge from Southern California and the Pacific Northwest: a...||11/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWe're Back!||Labeled is on its way back with a new vision and increased opportunity for listener contribution. The Labeled team discusses why we took a hiatus and what’s in store for the future of the podcast. Come back November 14th, where we’ll take our...||10/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
I knew a lot about FSF, but learned so much.
I love the format of the show. So produced and clean.
Way to go guys!
Expectations not met.
Was hoping to hear more from the "horses" mouth then hearing what the three (seriously, you need three?) hosts had to think about the situation. Felt they really didnt allow for anyone in the actual band able to finish the points they were trying to make and felt like I listened to an incomplete podcast. Also, I get that Matt and Toby are well deserved podcast darlings, but can we have someone else host something for once? There has to be other great story tellers in the Tooth and Nail family they can use. Don't know how many more Emery stories I can take when I am trying to listen about other bands, etc.
The pod is well produced and the stories are good but what about the earlier tooth and nail artists? Plankeye was one of T/N's bigger artist and touched a lot of people. I would love to hear about them and other early artist.