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Most of us older than 30 remember mix tapes and the time we spent meticulously curating the perfect collection of songs to introduce friends to new music. The mediums we grew up on have moved to streaming services and playlists, but the sentiment still rings true. Every Monday, Aaron and Brent trade songs to find out what has changed and what will never change. Music is ever-evolving, but the fingerprints of the past are always present. Get ready for a mixtape throwdown for the digital age w ...
 
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Aaron and Brent look at music from a Berklee College of Music grad originally from upstate New York and an Oscar nominated singer/songwriter from Portland. With honest and vulnerable lyrics devoted to introspection, social commentary and political awareness, Aaron highlights three songs from Brooklyn-based musician Brian Dunne. Propelled into the m…
 
Aaron and Brent look at a band featuring three cousins who formed in the wake of family tragedy and a Los Angeles group celebrating their 40th anniversary in 2021. Coming together as a band after the death of lead guitarist Tyler Baker’s brother, Aaron highlights three songs from the Nashville-based trio Goodbye June. Cutting their teeth on LA's Su…
 
For their 80th Episode, Aaron and Brent look at a unique one man band from Vermont and a supergroup featuring some of the biggest names in music. Known for using a dumpster guitar along with other instruments built from scratch or salvaged, Aaron highlights three songs from The Suitcase Junket. Originally formed to help George Harrison record, what…
 
Aaron and Brent look at two different compilation albums: one celebrating 20 years of music and the other curated to assist a musician in need. Founded in 2001 by Scott Robinson and Dan Herrington and headquartered in Nashville, Aaron highlights three songs from the new tribute album, "Amerikinda 20 Years Of Dualtone", which celebrates the artists …
 
Aaron and Brent welcome back friend and frequent guest Ryan King for Episode 78. This time around, the guys each highlight two of their favorite "80s & 90s Duets". Aaron, Brent, and Ryan look at songs from a variety of artists like Bryan Adams, Peter Cetera, Sevendust, Paula Abdul, Sublime and more.על ידי Aaron Bevill
 
In Episode 77, Aaron and Brent look at an Orange County, CA-based Christian rock group and psychedelic funk band from Memphis. Getting their start in 1994 by putting out several independent releases before issuing their Dove Award-nominated major label debut in 1998, Aaron highlights three songs from the band Skypark. Incorporating a mix of guitar,…
 
In Episode 76, Aaron and Brent discuss music from two different English rock bands, one from Brighton and the other from Nottingham. With just a drummer and a bassist, who uses a unique technique to make his bass sound like a standard electric guitar and bass at the same time, Aaron highlights three songs from Royal Blood. Gaining mainstream attent…
 
This week, Brent takes over and makes all six song picks for Aaron in the reoccurring episode called "Filling In The Gaps". For Volume 2, Brent spotlights artists and songs from the 80s in an attempt to introduce Aaron to music from the decade when MTV was born. Bands discussed in the episode include Big Country, Diesel, Neneh Cherry, Adam Ant, Ani…
 
In Episode 74, Aaron and Brent highlight music from a Washington-based singer and guitarist who found early support from Sir Mix-A-Lot and an enigmatic music icon who got his first record deal at the age of 17. With songs that incorporate elements of blues, hip-hop, grunge, hard rock and soul, Aaron looks at three songs from Seattle native Ayron Jo…
 
Inspired by Aaron's upcoming vacation to the northwest, Aaron and Brent each highlight three of their favorite "Road Trippin' Songs" for Episode 73. From sing-along anthems to mood-setting ballads, Aaron and Brent spotlight songs from The Refreshments, Bear And A Banjo, Cowboy Mouth, The John Butler Trio, Icona Pop, and The Ataris. Visit www.crossi…
 
Aaron and Brent highlight a Rome, Georgia band with a sound that carries on in the tradition of 70s southern rock and a Rock And Roll Hall of Fame group based out of Macon, Georgia. With a lead singer that has a voice reminiscent of the late Ronnie Van Zant, Aaron looks at three songs from The Georgia Thunderbolts. Featuring two brothers, one known…
 
In Episode 71, Aaron and Brent spotlight music from two different bands, one from Chicago and the other from New York, that formed while members were in art school. Featuring a catalog of music that includes everything from the catchiness of pop-influenced hooks to the complex song structures of "math rock", Aaron highlights three songs from Maps &…
 
For Episode 70, Aaron is taking the reins for the first Filling in the Gaps episode. Filling in the Gaps is a chance for Aaron or Brent to introduce the other to a section of music that they may have missed entirely. In this first volume, Aaron will be introducing Brent to the world of Christian Rock from the '90s. Bands discussed include Plankeye,…
 
For their 69th Episode, Aaron and Brent recruit the help of special guest Ryan King, making his 7th appearance on the podcast, as they highlight "Sexually Suggestive Songs". Aaron, Brent and Ryan each pick out two songs to discuss that feature risqué lyrics or themes. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.…
 
This week Aaron and Brent highlight a singer-songwriter who has a retro sound rooted in the music of the 1950s and a band from Georgia known for their melodic harmonies, quirky lyrics, and dance-friendly songs. With songs that evoke a vintage-inspired feel all while maintaining a contemporary sound, Aaron spotlights three songs from JD McPherson. T…
 
Aaron highlights the music of a Minnesota band known for their dedicated fan-base and deceptively cheery sing-along songs while Brent spotlights a pioneering group from Boston who carved out their own style of music and, in the process, influenced a number of those that followed. Featuring songs with lyrics about anxiety, insecurities and alienatio…
 
Episode 66 is getting a special Sunday morning release this week!!! Why? Well, it all has to do with the topic of the episode: “Weird Al” Yankovic. While researching this week, Aaron discovered that the number 27 has a strange and, possibly, not-so-coincidental association with “Weird Al” over the years. It’s a subject Aaron and Brent will discuss …
 
Coming up Monday in Episode 65, Aaron highlights the music of a London-based ensemble that features members of three other distinct bands and Brent puts the spotlight on a Manchester group who, despite only releasing four albums, left a lasting impact on the music industry. Starting as a solo project for Myles McCabe but evolving over time to inclu…
 
This week, Aaron and Brent highlight music from two different Pennsylvania rock bands: A Mechanicsburg group that helped define the 80s glam rock scene and a Philadelphia band that caught the ear of veteran music industry mogul Clive Davis. With a throw-back sound that makes you think they just stepped out of the ’70s, Aaron highlights three songs …
 
This week, Aaron and Brent highlight music from a Los Angeles band that has a flair for elaborate fictional worlds in their music and a Grammy winning Texas-born musician known for incorporating various styles into his songs. Taking their name from the lake where frontman Ben Schneider grew up in Michigan, Aaron spotlights three songs from Lord Hur…
 
This week, Aaron and Brent focus on music from a Australian pop punk band and a Wisconsin band fronted by a singer from Scotland. Dubbed by Kerrang! as "one of the hottest bands" after releasing their debut album in 2018, Aaron highlights three songs from Sydney-based band Stand Atlantic. With a lineup that includes the distinct voice of Shirley Ma…
 
or their 60th Episode, Aaron and Brent look at the contrasting styles by which they source new music. Growing up during a time which saw the birth of music television, Brent highlights three songs discovered by watching the video for it on MTV. With an endless supply of music available on demand online, Aaron spotlights three songs he found using t…
 
This week, Aaron and Brent look at the music of a 28 year old Welsh singer-songwriter and a multi-platinum selling band that helped define the college rock scene of the 80s and 90s. With musical influences ranging from Bon Iver to John Mayer, Aaron highlights three songs from the Welsh-born, Bristol-based musician George Glew. Taking their name fro…
 
Aaron and Brent highlight two different Los Angeles-based bands; including one that was at the forefront of an "alternative movement". Taking their name from a term coined by John Lennon referring to art students, Aaron looks at three songs from The Exies. Initially breaking up just as Lollapalooza launched, the festival they conceived and created …
 
This week, Aaron and Brent welcome back friend and frequent guest Ryan King for the third installment of one of their favorite topics: Cover Songs. Highlighting both the original and covered version, Aaron, Brent, and Ryan look at songs from a variety of artists like Depeche Mode, Jimi Hendrix, Seal, The Beatles and more.…
 
This week, Aaron and Brent spotlight a group known for their lengthy atmospheric instrumental pieces and early-era music from one of the biggest progressive bands of all time. Led by guitarists Jeremy Galindo and Chris King and featuring effects-laden guitar and a heavy usage of dynamics, Aaron highlights the Texas-based band This Will Destroy You.…
 
Aaron and Brent look at music from an Illinois-based brother band and a rock group with origins in west Tennessee. Featuring heavy riffs and aggressive lyrics from Pete Loeffler and backed by brother Sam Loeffler on drums, Aaron highlights the music of the band Chevelle. With two members growing up in the tiny Tennessee town of Kenton, Brent looks …
 
This week, Aaron and Brent team up to learn more about the music of a beloved American singer- songwriter and pay tribute to his legacy. With an influence that has attracted fans from Bob Dylan to Sturgill Simpson, Aaron and Brent celebrate the music and career of John Prine in Episode 54. Aaron highlights three songs from Prine's early work while …
 
This week, Aaron and Brent look at music from an influential L.A.-based pop/punk band and a renowned math rock group from Benson, Minnesota. Fueled by their caffeine binges and songs with unbridled teen angst with a corny goofiness, Brent highlights three tracks from pop-punk band Descendents. Combining elements of pop-punk, emo and math rock, Aaro…
 
In Episode 52, Aaron and Brent look at two different California hip-hop groups with distinct styles. Integrating rhymes, vocals and guitars, Aaron highlights three songs from the Oakland group Flipsyde. Incorporating a delivery that included raps written in both English and Spanish, Brent spotlights the influential Los Angeles group Cypress Hill. V…
 
Aaron and Brent highlight two very different live albums to illustrate contrasting styles when performing in front of an audience. Aaron spotlights three tracks from Texas duo Penny And Sparrow’s 2020 release Live in Texas, 2019 which was recorded in theaters in both Dallas and Austin. Brent goes the other way by looking at three songs from the ico…
 
To commemorate their 50th episode, Aaron and Brent welcome Toad the Wet Sprocket singer Glen Phillips to the Crossing The Streams podcast. Glen talks with Aaron and Brent about his weekly Facebook fundraising livestreams, musical gaps in life, love for Nickel Creek, various facets of christianity and religion and more. Plus, Glen joins Aaron and Br…
 
Aaron and Brent analyze the lost art of listening to albums as a collective experience by highlighting two of their favorite albums. Aaron looks back at the pioneering alternative Christian band Poor Old Lu and their 14 song, 1994 album SIN. Brent spotlights the post-Pixies 1993 sophomore album LAST SPLASH from the Kim Deal fronted group The Breede…
 
Aaron and Brent look at the music of a seven piece band that got their start at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and a trio that holds the distinction of selling out Shea Stadium faster than The Beatles. Part jam band, part funk, part jazz and part soul, Aaron highlights three songs from the band Ripe. Hailing from his hometown of Flint, Mich…
 
In his 5th appearance on the podcast, Ryan King joins Aaron and Brent in picking out some of their favorite "Guilty Pleasure" songs. Artists discussed include Snow, Olive, Enigma, Q Lazzarus, Michael Jackson and MC Miker & DJ Sven. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.על ידי Aaron Bevill
 
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Aaron and Brent highlight songs that look at both sides of February 14th. Brent spotlights three songs of love including music from Semisonic, John Fogerty, and Pearl Jam. Meanwhile, Aaron looks at three songs of heartbreak with music from Wild Rivers, Judah & The Lion, and Ryan McMullan. Visit www.crossingthestrea…
 
This week Aaron and Brent look at the music of a hard rock band from south central Kentucky and a rock band from Georgia led by frontman Jesse James Dupree. Having just released their 7th studio album, The Human Condition, in October, Aaron highlights the Edmonton, Kentucky band Black Stone Cherry. From chainsaws and Harleys to bourbon and rock, Br…
 
This week, Aaron and Brent look at the music of a Juno Award-winning Candian singer/songwriter and a Hall of Fame folk rock supergroup.Born and raised in Sarnia, Ontario, just across the U.S. border, Aaron highlights the music of Donovan Woods.Forming their own group after individual stints with The Byrds, The Hollies and Buffalo Springfield, Brent…
 
This week, Aaron and Brent look at the music of a British rock band, originally formed in Scotland in 2001 and an Australian band who have sold over 70 million albums worldwide since forming in 1977. Formed after guitarist Murray MacLeod and bassist Jordan Smith met in the headmaster’s office at Robert Gordon's College in Aberdeen when they were 13…
 
Aaron and Brent look at the music of an outspoken Nashville outsider and a singer who, despite nine number one albums over his 50 year career, was just inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2020. Not being one to conform to the stereotypical sound of country music, Aaron highlights three songs from Kentucky born singer/songwriter Sturgill…
 
The guys look back at their first year in podcasting and give a behind the scenes look at what is involved in starting and keeping a podcast going. They also discuss their favorite episodes and count down top ten "new to them" songs from the show. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.comעל ידי Aaron Bevill
 
Aaron and Brent celebrate their 40th episode by welcoming in two special guests for their "Jug-Band Christmas" special. Ryan King and Aaron Scott join Aaron and Brent for Episode 40 where they each highlight two non-traditional Christmas songs. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.…
 
Aaron and Brent look at the music of a Virgina rock band known for their high energy live shows and a San Francisco group that helped provide the soundtrack to the 80s. Led by a Tennessee-born, piano-playing frontman, Aaron spotlights three songs from the group J. Roddy Walston and the Business. With a career that features over 30 million albums so…
 
Aaron and Brent highlight an Australian acoustic/folk band and a quintessential singer/songwriter known for both his solo work and contributions to bands like CSNY and Buffalo Springfield. Featuring brothers Zechariah and Ezekiel Walters, Aaron spotlights three songs from the Melbourne-based group Woodlock. With a career that includes 21 albums and…
 
Today be sure to get a head start on Monday's episode by checking out this week's bands on the Show Companion Playlists. Aaron and Brent look at a Seattle pop-rock band led by multi-instrumentalist Jessica Dobson and the iconic "Queen of Pop". Fronted by Jessica Dobson, who has performed as a solo artist and as a part of bands like The Shins and Sp…
 
Aaron and Brent look at a Welsh multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter and a duo who were at the forefront of the folk-rock movement of the 1960s. Performing under a stage name that means “New Love” in Portuguese, Aaron highlights the music of Novo Amor. Meanwhile, Brent focuses on the successful, yet troubled, relationship of one of the most inf…
 
Aaron and Brent look at a Los Angeles duo who are prepping their sophomore release in February and a band just inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame. Starting as a trio on Epitaph Records, Aaron highlights three songs from the now two-man band Teenage Wrist led by Marshall Gallagher. After just being inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame,…
 
Aaron and Brent look at two bands that are kindred spirits musically even though they formed nearly 50 years apart. With a sound that is a callback to the soul-infused music of the 60s, Aaron highlights the Seattle-based band The Dip. Brent looks at Booker T & The MGs, the influential group that started as the house band for Stax Records in Memphis…
 
With a brand new episode available one day before Election Day, Aaron and Brent take a different approach to Episode 33. This Monday, Aaron and Brent each highlight three "Songs Of Civility". They'll examine how music serves as both a catalyst for change and a facilitator for healing and unity. It's an episode with honest and constructive dialog th…
 
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