Mixed Tape with John O’Callaghan has officially wrapped up, with eight awesome episodes to its name. If you loved every second of the weekly ramblings from The Maine’s vocalist , you’re not alone–and if you missed a minute of it, we’re bringing you the Mixed Tape Recap.
We’ve listed every episode of the series below, so you can listen again and again when you’re missing the stellar interviews and great playlists. Relive the series, or catch the episodes you missed, and let us know how much you love Mixed Tape on Twitter.
Mixed Tape Episode 1
Nostalgia and the first ever Mixed Tape playlist, hand picked by John O’Callaghan, were the name of the game on the season premiere of the series.
Someone needs to put this #MixedTape theme song online so I can listen outside the show… @idobiradio just saying.
Love is in the air, and heart break songs are on the playlist in the third episode of Mixed Tape. One of the most emo dudes John knows, Kamtin Mohanger (The Chain Gang Of 1974), joins the crew for the romance tinged episode.
John picks the bands and his dad picks the songs in the family filled fourth episode of Mixed Tape. Broadcasted from the house that built him, hear John’s family stories, why The Maine doesn’t do concept albums, and more in one of the show’s best interviews to date.
“Thanks for being my father” “Thanks for being my son…… I love you” Dead. #MixedTape
The rest of The Maine crew joins John in the fifth episode of Mixed Tape, recorded in a hotel room at midnight after a ten hour drive and plenty of technical difficulties. The band hits the airwaves for some coffee talk, and shares unreleased material.
I left my chipotle in the car because I was more excited for this week’s episode of #MixedTape with all of @themaine ?
Mixed Tape gets holly and jolly from a walk in closet in San Diego in it’s sixth episode. During some off time from tour, John recounts the band’s holiday shows, and requests gift ideas for his mother.
Get lost in the great wide open with the seventh episode of Mixed Tape. From transportation to the importance of getting lost, John ponders the concept of travel, sans coffee. Later, soon to be tour-mate Derek Sanders joins the broadcast, and John shares his favorite rap song right now.
@themaine I need mixed tape to be renewed for more episodes pls