SHOWS INCLUDE A TRIBUTE TO PUNK ROCK, A MUSIC TRIVIA PODCAST,
A TREY ANASTASIO PODCAST AND A FICTION SHOW ABOUT A SPECIAL GUITAR
Beautiful Garbage is a limited series that traces the development of punk rock from American garages and bars to England and back in the mid-to-late 1970s. Written and hosted by Kevin Hogan, Beautiful Garbage shares stories about punk’s innovation in sound and style, and the sociopolitical factors that produced the punk aesthetic and its indelible mark on popular music and culture. Listen to the trailer here.
Osiris will also debut a trivia podcast called Mystery Mixtape. The show gives listeners a unique opportunity to listen, interact, and win various prizes, all while enjoying weekly playlists. Each episode gives listeners a five-song playlist, with each song containing a clue that will direct them toward the answer to the puzzle. Once listeners have connected the dots, they can submit their answers for a chance to win prizes. The show is hosted by musician, entertainer and guy you’d love to have a cocktail with, Ethan Eubanks. Premieres May 3.
Alive Again, launching this Summer, is a history of Trey Anastasio’s solo career, from the formation of the Trey Anastasio Band in 1999, up to the Beacon Jams of 2020 and the launching of the Divided Sky Fund. This limited series will include interviews with Trey and his bandmates and collaborators from the past 25 years. Listen to a show teaser here.
Osiris will also release the second season of Festival Circuit, the popular podcast about music festivals. In June, they will release Festival Circuit: Newport, about the iconic Newport Folk Festival. Episodes will include interviews with musicians, promoters, and fans along with archival audio and music from some of the most notable performances.
In October, Osiris will debut Sugar Maple, the company’s first fiction podcast. Over the course of this eight-episode season, listeners will meet musicians from different genres, different backgrounds—and different eras—to hear about the unique journey of the Sugar Maple. Each owner discovers the guitar, and writes a single song with it before parting with it in ways that are sometimes unexpected, unwelcome or unexplained. Check out the trailer here.