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Aug 25, 2021

On part two of the Sound of Industry, we discuss the history of music in Northeast Ohio prior to the Akron Sound scene, including the rise and fall of legendary DJ Alan Freed, guitar virtuoso Joe Walsh, and some of the players resting just outside of the scene, like The Cramps and The Pretenders.



Aug 18, 2021

On this episode, in order to make it up to our listeners for putting out an episode on fantasy football, we decided it was time to endure something painful. So, over the past several days, Brad had to enter the Gauntlet of Trash, a marathon of ten truly horrible horror films that he had not seen before, and it...

Aug 12, 2021

In the late 1970's, Northeast Ohio was quickly becoming a driving force in underground music. Bands like Devo, Pere Ubu, The Dead Boys, and The Waitresses were quickly garnering international recognition, with legendary Stiff Records even putting out The Akron Compilation to shine a light on the area. It was all...

Aug 6, 2021

On this edition of the Queen Venerator Weekly Roundup, we were going to discuss some fun, bad movies, but instead we got sidetracked by fantasy football nonsense. We discuss the ups and downs of fantasy football, the massive amount of fantasy football podcasts out there, and the worst fantasy league ever conceived: The...