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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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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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L Is For LCD Soundsystem

LCD Soundsystem

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Steve and Doug take on the brainchild of James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem, in this episode. The duo tackle questions about pacing in a song, self-deprecation, dance, and writing for Seinfeld.

LCD Soundsystem’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Daft Punk Is Playing At My House – LCD Soundsystem
Drunk Girls – This Is Happening
All My Friends – Sound Of Silver

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

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E Is For Empire Of The Sun

Empire of the Sun

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This week Steve and Doug delve deep into the electronic pop duo Empire Of The Sun, with their epic album journeys, cinematic music videos, and silly hat parties.

Empire Of The Sun’s Official Website

Empire Of The Sun’s Soundcloud

Music featured this week:
Walking On A Dream – Walking On A Dream
Alive – Ice On The Dune
High And Low – Two Vines
We Are The People – Walking On A Dream

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

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A Is For AIR

AIR

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Steve and Doug soldier forward into the alphabet once more, taking a gander at the fascinating and wonderful music of French electronic duo AIR. They also chat about artillery, the 60’s, and the wonderful world of copyright.

AIR’s Official Site

Music featured this week:
Radio #1 – 10’000 Hz Legend
Sexy Boy – Moon Safari
Surfing On A Rocket – Talkie Walkie

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

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U Is For Ultravox

Ultravox

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This week on the show Steve and Doug go back to the 70’s and 80’s for the British group Ultravox. The group is particularly noteworthy for being an interesting case study showing the transition from punk to new wave. And they just happen to be awesome.

Ultravox’s Official Website

Music featured this week:
Distant Smile – Ha! Ha! Ha!
Dancing With Tears In My Eyes – Lament
Vienna – Vienna

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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D Is For D’Angelo

D'Angelo

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This week, Steve and Doug take on their next request, in the form of the troubled and intriguing career of neo-soul gem D’Angelo.

D’Angelo’s Homepage

Music featured this week:
Lady – Brown Sugar
Really Love – Black Messiah
Untitled (How Does It Feel?) – Voodoo

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

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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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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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K Is For k-os

k-os

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This week, Steve and Doug talk a bit about k-os, and everyone’s favourite topic: race relations in Canada.

k-os’ Homepage


Music featured this week:
I Wish I Knew Natalie Portman – Yes!
Crabbuckit – Joyful Rebellion
Sunday Morning – Atlantis: Hymns For Disco

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

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S Is For Sigur Rós

dep

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Steve and Doug become bitter enemies and feud over the talent of Sigur Rós! Who will emerge victorious? Who sings the higher falsetto?

Sigur Rós’ Homepage

Music featured this week:
Hoppípolla – Takk…
Svefn-g-englar – Ágætis byrjun
Untitled Track 1 (Vaka) – ( )

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

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M Is For Miami Horror

Miami Horror

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This week we ponder the dance fun of Miami Horror, and Doug shares his theory on music orgies.

Miami Horror’s Official Website

Music featured this week
Don’t Be On With Her – Bravado EP
I Look To You – Illumination
Real Slow – Real Slow single

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

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G Is For Gorillaz

Gorillaz

Albarn Hewlett

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This week: THE CURSED EPISODE. Our second attempt at recording our look at Gorillaz, and hit with a bit of technical difficulty. Apologies, of course, but we hope the content is intriguing enough for you to spare us the occasional crack and pop. A quick word: we discuss Damon Albarn’s project called “Gorillaz”, not the fictional band’s bio. Plenty of info though!

Gorillaz’s Homepage

Damon Albarn’s Homepage

Jamie Hewlett’s tumblr

Music featured this week:
“Clint Eastwood” (Gorillaz)
“Stylo” (Plastic Beach)
“Feel Good Inc” (Demon Days)

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

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