Revolting Podcast 1

TCI is pleased to announce the launch of a new podcast called Revolting.

Revolting is a rambling cocktail of thoughts, anecdotes, opinions, and half-remembered dreams, hosted by Stevil and Robot. Episode 1 is like a comic book origin story in which the guys discuss how they fell in love with bikes, and how bikes connected to all the other things they just knew were important when they were young.

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Our theme music: “Transylvania Baby” by Who Rides the Tiger

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  1. Antonio da Silva says

    The best podcast in the world now twice? Bring it on.
    Can’t find it on Stitcher.

    1. Emlyn Lewis says

      @Antonio – Gonna take us a minute to get it rolled out in all the ways and in all the places, but thanks for the encouragement. Some days it’s all I need.

    2. Padraig says

      I’ll work on that. I’m responsible for the grunt work in the background.

  2. Antonio da Silva says

    Thanks Emlyn, and thanks for both of your outstanding podcasts.

  3. dr sweets says

    Whores did the song “Flag Day”on the AmRep Bash ’17 ep. I love all of their stuff and they make me proud to be a Georgia local. However, I think the absolute most crushing badass thing they’ve done most recently is their take on Black Sabbath’s “Cornucopia” on the “Vol. 4 Redux” compilation album. Whores managed to take a fantastic, dare I say “hallowed ground” song in a completely different and unique direction versus just rehashing it. They’ve recently wrapped recording their new album so that should be awesome-sauce. Whores actually are one of only three bands (of the zillions I’ve seen and played with) whose live sound was completely enveloping in a borderline psychedelic way. The other two were Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine. I’ve been a Stevil fan since “…Bummer Life” and this podcast is fab. \m/

  4. bikenerd says

    Hot and cold coffee at the same time? My life will never be the same.

  5. MaverickIronwood says

    A way to leave your parents orbit…


    Such a important growth event, that many in this world are not doing, totally sheltered by their personal authorities.

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