Category Archives: Rock

1 Is For The 1975

The 1975

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Straight from Manchester comes the four fellas of The 1975. Listen as Steve and Doug chat about how a band can find it’s identity, where they show off their influences, and why track order is critical for an album.

The 1975’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Chocolate – The 1975
Robbers – The 1975
Somebody Else – I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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Z Is For ZONK

ZONK

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From San Francisco are the eclectic and fun ZONK! Steve and Doug chat about genres, live shows, productions, and Blade Runner.

ZONK’s Facebook page

ZONK’s Allmusic entry

ZONK’s CDBaby page

Music featured this week:
Tittle Tattle – Our Five Worst Songs EP
Hard.Full.Often – Tongue In Cheeks
Nervous Excited Delighted (Dangerous) – Half Human

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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X Is For XTC

XTC

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Steve and Doug ring in August to examine classic rock, post-punk band XTC. The guys reflect on the punk movement, studio bands vs touring, and a mysterious group known as The Dukes of Stratosphear. Who are they? And will they tour??

Sorry for the sparse release between episodes – see you in September!

Music featured this week:
Making Plans For Nigel – Drums And Wires
Dear God – Skylarking
Senses Working Overtime – English Settlement

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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W Is For White Town

White Town

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Steve and Doug’s examination into 90’s One Hit Wonders continues as they investigate the fascinating and stylized career of Jyoti Mishra, also known as White Town. The guys also chat about student-filmed music videos, fluid sexuality, and Steve’s plan b birthday present.

White Town’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
Your Woman – Women In Technology
Make The World Go Away – Don’t Mention The War
You Fill Me Up – Monopole
Oh, David – Oh, David single

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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V Is For Victor Wooten

Victor Wooten

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Back from Sasquatch Music Festival, Doug and Steve ponder Victor Wooten and his incredible music language. Although best known as one of the great bassists, Wooten’s talent for song writing and love of teaching music to youth permeates through every song and surpasses every genre. Also, what did he say?

Victor Wooten’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
Soul Circus – Soul Circus
The Lesson – palmystery
What Did He Say – What Did He Say
2 Timers – palmystery

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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U Is For Unified Theory

Unified Theory

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Doug and Steve examine the short-lived but awesome career of Unified Theory, the super group comprised of members from Blind Melon, Pearl Jam, and Celia Green. Why didn’t their astounding debut album take off? Was it because of Limp Bizkit, or Backstreet Boys? The duo also are left puzzled by the little known appearance of their 2006 follow up.

Unified Theory’s Facebook Page

Music featured this week:
California – Unified Theory
Wither – Unified Theory
15 Hits – Cinematic

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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S Is For The Smiths

The Smiths

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This episode, Doug and Steve dive into the fascinating but short-lived career of The Smiths. Frequently cited as one of the UK’s most important musical movements, the guys bring some fresh ears to the music and its place in cultural history. Doug gives his thoughts on vegan message songs, Steve is haunted by Johnnny Marr’s guitar, and both guys gripe about track order.

The Smiths’ Entry On Discogs

Music featured this week:
This Charming Man – The Smiths
The Boy With The Thorn In His Side – The Queen Is Dead
How Soon Is Now? – Hatful Of Hollow

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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R Is For Radiohead

Radiohead

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Steve and Doug rebound with the long awaited Radiohead episode, joined by guest cohost Daniel Ferguson of 1UPU and Nintendo Prime. The guys chat about playing the long game, experimentation in music, and how much Daniel hates Creep.

Radiohead’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Idioteque – Kid A
Karma Police – OK Computer
Creep – Pablo Honey

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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Q Is For Queen

Queen

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Back from the depths of 15 studio albums, Steve and Doug emerge from hiding to reveal their thoughts on the discography of Queen. They also chat about Highlander, the six degrees from King Crimson, and that awkward state when you realize you’re in the 80’s.

Queen’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Princes of the Universe – A Kind of Magic
Killer Queen – Sheer Heart Attack
Bohemian Rhapsody – A Night At the Opera

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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P Is For Plants And Animals

Plants and Animals

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This week, Steve and Doug tackle Montreal trio Plants and Animals. The guys also chat about the Junos and the Polaris Music Prize, and what Canadians value in music.

Plants and Animals’ Official Website

Music featured this week:
Control Me – The End Of That
Feedback In The Field – Parc Avenue
The Mama Papa – La La Land
Stay – Waltzed In From The Rumbling

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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O Is For OMC

OMC

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For this episode, Steve and Doug tackle New Zealand alternative project OMC, the Ōtara Millionaires Club, best remembered for their huge international hit “How Bizarre.” The duo also ponder the pop hits of the 90’s, the age of downloads, and Steve busts out his hip hop skills.

OMC’s Entry On Discogs

Music featured this week:
How Bizarre – How Bizarre
Land Plenty – How Bizarre
We R The OMC – Proud: An Urban-Pacific Streetsoul Compilation

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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N Is For No Doubt

No Doubt

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This week on the show, Steve and Doug tackle the pop / rock juggernaut No Doubt, discussing the various ups and downs of their career, as well as pop radio sacrifices and dated Reggae guest vocalists.

No Doubt’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Hella Good – Rocksteady
Simple Kind Of Life – Return Of Saturn
Just A Girl – Tragic Kingdom

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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M Is For Moby

Moby

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This week, Steve and Doug tackle the varied and long-lasting career of Moby, from heady techno to punk to sampling a capella gospel to ambient insomnia cures. The guys also chat about break up songs, sexy songs, abstract songs, and Top of the Pops.

Moby’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Disco Lies – Last Night
Feeling So Real – Everything Is Wrong
Natural Blues – Play
Lucy Vida – Last Night

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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K Is For Kenna

Kenna

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This episode, Steve and Doug look at the short but oh so sweet career of eclectic songwriter Kenna. The duo also say farewell to 2016, and chat about music licensing and when music supports a cause.

Kenna’s Official Website

Kenna’s Soundcloud

Music featured this week:
Out Of Control (State Of Emotion) – Make Sure They See My Face
Freetime – New Sacred Cow
Long Gone – Land 2 Air Chronicles II: Imitation Is Suicide Chapter 2 EP

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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H Is For Hope & Social

Hope & Social

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From Leeds England, coming straight from The Crypt, Doug and Steve present to you Hope & Social! The fellas also chat about loving vinyl, the joys of Bandcamp (again), and that wonderful instrument known as the piano.

Hope & Social’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Back To The Green – sleep sound
Stuck Like Glue – Architect of this Church
Sunrise Laughing – FEEL

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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G Is For The Go! Team

The Go! Team

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This episode, Steve and Doug chat about what happens when you mix Sonic Youth guitars, Charlie Brown piano, double dutch chants, and car chase sequence horns – the answer is UK’s The Go! Team! The boys also chat about the alternative music scene is 2004 / 2005, and if it’s kosher to be using all these audio clips.

The Go! Team’s Official Website

The Go! Team’s Bandcamp

The Go! Team’s Soundcloud

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Music featured this week:
Ladyflash – Thunder, Lightning, Strike
Keys To The City – Proof Of Youth
What D’you Say – The Scene Between

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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B Is For Bravestation

Bravestation

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This episode, Doug and Steve chat about Toronto underground Apocalyptic Pop trio Bravestation. The boys also chat about musical frisson, the question of keeping past releases available, and Doug’s pick for the best single of 2015.

Bravestation’s Bandcamp

Bravestation’s Soundcloud

Music featured this week:
Actors – V (single)
Signs – Giants & Dreamers
13th Floor – 13th Floor (single)
Haven – V (single)

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Musique” from Daft Punk’s “Musique, Vol. 1”.

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Y Is For Yellow Ostrich

Yellow Ostrich

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This episode, Steve and Doug chat about Yellow Ostrich, the five year voyage of Alex Schaaf and his glorious beard.

Yellow Ostrich’s Official Website
Yellow Ostrich’s Bandcamp

Music featured this week:
Marathon Runner – Strange Land
Neon Fists – Cosmos
Hahahaohhoho – The Mistress

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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V Is For Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend

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This episode, Steve and Doug come right back to the present with Vampire Weekend, while also musing about licensing for car ads, rich white kid music (whatever that is), and lawsuits over polaroids.

Vampire Weekend’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Cousins – Contra
Step – Modern Vampires In The City
Mansard Roof – Vampire Weekend

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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Q Is For Q Lazzarus

Q Lazzarus

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Steve and Doug hem and haw over the mysterious Q Lazzarus this week. Plus, the Music News is turning into an obituary.

Music featured this week:
Goodbye Horses – Goodbye Horses single
White Lines – Goodbye Horses single
Heaven – Philadelphia soundtrack (unofficial)

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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M Is For The Music

The Music

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Steve and Doug go back to the new rock movement of the mid-2000’s and talk about the strangely named band, The Music. The duo also lament and gush about live shows, and the interesting evolution of YouTube.

The Music’s Facebook Page

Music featured this week:
Breakin’ – Welcome To The North
Take The Long And Walk It – The Music
No Weapon Sharper Than Will – Strength In Numbers

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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L Is For Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin

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Steve and Doug are joined once again by their friend Travis to discuss rock legends, Led Zeppelin. They groan at the notion that “Stairway To Heaven” is the only good Zeppelin track, ponder the genesis of metal, and even sidetrack in to Gilligan’s Island.

Led Zeppelin’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Black Dog – Untitled
No Quarter – Houses Of The Holy
Dazed And Confused – Led Zeppelin

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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I Is For IQEQ

IQEQ

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This week, Steve and Doug chat about indie rockers IQEQ. They also sigh over music collections, and consider MySpace’s life.

Music featured this week:
Tribute Mvt. 2 – Preemptive Strike – Quietly In Line
Locomotive – LOCO/MOTIVE
Tribute Mvt. 3 – Devil Dog – Quietly In Line
Sleep – LOCO/MOTIVE

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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F Is For Franz Ferdinand

Franz Ferdinand

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Steve and Doug are joined by their errant and crazed youngest brother Daniel Ferguson of 1UpU to discuss Franz Ferdinand, experimental music, and the changing pop scene.

Franz Ferdinand’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
No You Girls – Tonight: Franz Ferdinand
Right Action – Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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A Is For Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys

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And we’re off! Join Steve and Doug as they begin a new cycle through the alphabet, tackling the first request they ever received: British powerhouse band Arctic Monkeys. They also mention awkward interviews, and when David Bowie records super Bowie songs.

Arctic Monkeys’ Homepage

Music featured this week:
Fluorescent Adolescent – Favourite Worst Nightmare
R U Mine? – AM
I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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Z Is For Zeus

Zeus

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The end of the Canadian run! This time Steve and Doug cover Zeus, a quartet who have backed Jason Collett for years, and pay homage to the greats of the past.

Music featured this week:
27 Is The New 17 – Classic Zeus
How Does It Feel? – Say Us
Are You Gonna Waste My Time? – Busting Visions

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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Y Is For Young Galaxy

Young Galaxy

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This week we jump around Canada to follow in the footsteps of Young Galaxy, a band deeply entrenched in the Canadian music scene while also being underwater apparently.

Music featured this week:
We Have Everything – Shapeshifting
Fall For You – Ultramarine
Come And See – Young Galaxy

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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X Is For Xprime

Xprime

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This week journey to Niagara Falls to catch up with Xprime, a quartet made up of three snazzy guys and The Doctor.

Xprime’s Homepage
Xprime’s Bandcamp Page

Music featured this week:
My Fair Lady – The Album
Tell Me Why – Here We Are [EP]
Early To The Sun – The Album

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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W Is For We Are The City

We Are The City

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This week we look at the boys from Kelowna, We Are The City, and their musical journey from High School to violence.

We Are The City’s Bandcamp Page
We Are The City’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
Get Happy – High School EP
Friends Hurt – Violent
Astronomers – In A Quiet World

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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V Is For Vast Robot Armies

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Three cities, two countries, one band: join Steve and Doug as they look out on the horizon to the Vast Robot Armies.

Vast Robot Armies’ Bandcamp Page

Music featured this week:
Foxtrot – Little Creatures
Grey Area Living – Goodnight Myopia
Little Creatures – Little Creatures

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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T Is For The Tea Party

The Tea Party

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Steve and Doug take a deep look at The Tea Party, a staple of Canadian (and Australian) music collectors.

The Tea Party’s Website

Music featured this week:
Heaven Coming Down – Triptych
Temptation – Transmission
Angels – The Interzone Mantras

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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Q Is For Queen City Kids

Queen City Kids

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Stepping back a bit in time to the grand ol’ city of Regina, for the Queen City Kids. Steve and Doug dig deep into nostalgia and what it means to music.

Queen City Kids’ Official Website

Music featured this week:
Dance – Black Box
Follow You There – Queen City Kids
Secret Smoke – Queen City Kids

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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P Is For The Philosopher Kings & Prozzäk

Philosopher Kings

Prozzak

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Double the fun on the Canadian run! Steve and Doug talk about the Canadian powerhouse known as The Philosopher Kings, and their offshoot band Prozzäk. Also a bit of Track & Field, and Jarvis Church in there too.

Music featured this week:
You Stepped On My Life [single version] – One Night Stand
Charms – The Philosopher Kings
Cry – Famous, Rich And Beautiful
Strange Disease – Hot Show
www.nevergetoveryou – Saturday People
Sucks To Be You – Hot Show

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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L Is For LEN

LEN

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As Steve and Doug continue through their Canadian run of musicians, they take time to travel back to the summer of 1999: The Summer Of LEN. Don’t pretend you haven’t missed it.

LEN TV On YouTube

Music featured this week:
It’s A Brother Sister Thing – We Be Who We Be
Candy Pop – Superstar
Steal My Sunshine – Can’t Stop The Bum Rush

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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I Is For Incura

Incura

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Steve and Doug are joined by Nathan Ferguson of The Pollinate Show to chat about local group Incura, and the real benefit of going to live shows.

Incura’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
I’m Here Waiting – Incura
I’d Give Anything – Sword.Souls.Secrets
Three – Swords.Souls.Secrets
The Greatest Con – The Lost EP

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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D Is For The Dears

The Dears

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Doug and Steve ring in the New Year with The Dears, in their Canadian run. They chat about Canadian music, awkward interviews, and pizza. Because pizza is pretty good, yeah?

The Dears’ Website


Music featured this week:
Ticket To Immortality – Gang Of Losers
Disclaimer – Missiles
Never Destroy Us – No Cities Left

And that Canadian classic, “Money City Maniacs” from Sloan’s Navy Blues.

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X Is For The xx

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This week, Steve and Doug talk about The xx, a band from London whose debut album “xx” met with much critical acclaim. Also, the soundtrack to Great Gatsby sucks.

The xx’s website

Music featured this week:
Together – The Great Gatsby soundtrack
Angels – Coexist
Crystalised – xx

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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V Is For Villagers

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Steve and Doug are joined once again by Travis Mendgen to discuss one of Ireland’s most noteworthy band, Villagers.

Villagers’ website

Music featured this week:
Judgement Call – {Awayland}
Occupy Your Mind – single
Ship Of Promises – Becoming A Jackal

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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U Is For U2, Part 2

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We jump into the second half of U2’s career, with Steve, Doug, Stuart, and Travis reflecting on the highs, lows, and yawns. Also included: the inevitable Linkin Park / U2 mashup.

U2’s website

Music featured this week:
The Troubles – Songs Of Innocence

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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U Is For U2, Part 1

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Steve and Doug are joined once again by Stuart Ferguson, and new guest cohost Travis Mendgen, in discussing the first half of U2’s career.

U2’s website

Music featured this week:
Even Better Than The Real Thing – Achtung Baby
Elevation – All That You Can’t Leave Behind
Pride (In The Name Of Love) – The Unforgettable Fire
Boomerang II – Pride single

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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T Is For Time Columns

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Steve and Doug cover their first Maryland band, the ethereal and experimental Time Columns.

Time Columns’ Bandcamp Page

Music featured this week:
Spring – Sunriseinthesea EP
Luma – Mana
Tarantula Death Pose (Live) – Unreleased
Hundred Flowers – Sunriseinthesea EP

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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R Is For Roxy Music

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Doug and Steve are joined by guest cohost Stuart Ferguson to talk about those delightful romantics Roxy Music. Also, Brian Eno!

Roxy Music’s Homepage

Music featured this week
Love Is The Drug – Siren
The Thrill Of It All – Country Life
More Than This – Avalon
Tara – Avalon

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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Q Is For Queens Of The Stone Age

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Doug and Steve plunge headfirst into their first request, and briefly fall in man-love with Josh Homme.

Queens Of The Stone Age’s Homepage

Music featured this week
3’s & 7’s – Era Vulgaris
Little Sister – Lullabies To Paralyze
No One Knows – Songs For The Deaf

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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N Is For Newsboys

Newsboys

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Christian rock?? Snore! At least not this band. Steve and Doug explore the colourful and fascinating history of those crazed Aussies.

Newsboys’ Official Website

Music featured this week
Shine – Going Public
Entertaining Angels – Step Up To The Microphone
God’s Not Dead – God’s Not Dead

And of course, ID from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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L Is For Linkin Park

Linkin Park

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This week we look at the lords of heavy metal, who bow to the gods of hip hop. That’s right, Linkin Park.

Linkin Park’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
“One Step Closer” (Hybrid Theory)
“Faint” (Meteora)
“All I’ve Done” (Minutes To Midnight)

And of course, “ID” from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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K Is For KONGOS

KONGOS

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This week we talk about those guys you’ve been hearing on the radio lately, KONGOS.

KONGOS’ Homepage

Steve’s Review of Lunatic on Sour Grapes Winery

Music featured this week:
“Another Daydream” (KONGOS)
“Come With Me Now” (Lunatic)
“I’m Only Joking” (Lunatic)

And of course, “ID” from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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I Is For Interpol

Interpol

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This week we talk about the fellas from New York, and ask how things are on the West Coast.

Interpol’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
“PDA” (Turn On The Bright Lights)
“Barricade” (Interpol)
“Evil” (Antics)

And of course, “ID” from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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H Is For The Hives

The Hives

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This week we crumble the valley, we shake up the room, and we go postal with The Hives!

The Hives’ Homepage

Music featured this week:
“Abra Cadaver” (Tyrannosaurus Hives)
“Hate To Say I Told You So” (Veni Vidi Vicious)
“Walk Idiot Walk” (Tyrannosaurus Hives)

And of course, “ID” from Kasabian’s self-titled album.

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