In the the latest episode of BDWPS Podcast we celebrate the milestone of 50 episodes that we have reached this month. We check out new tracks from Metronomy, Cheena, Wymond Miles, Dinosaur Jr, The Descendents, and Moonface. I also discuss the 20th anniversary of the first album from my high school band, Genera, and I discuss the Joy Division documentary. To close, we take a closer look at Bob Dylan’s Civil Right’s anthem, “Oxford Town”. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher (search: BDWPS).
Metronomy “Miami Logic”
Cheena “Cry For Help”
Wymond Miles “Rear View Mirror”
Dinosaur Jr. “Tiny”
The Descendents “Without Love”
Moonface “The Nightclub Artiste”
Joy Division “Love Will Tear Us Apart”
Bob Dylan “Oxford Town”
In this month’s episode we check out new music from The Avalanches, Steve Gunn, William Tyler, and Case/Lang/Veirs. I also discuss some of my favorite shows from the summer, and we also take a look at the career of Scott Walker.
The Avalanches “Frankie Sinatra”
Steve Gunn “Full Moon Tide”
William Tyler “I’m Gonna Live Forever”
Marissa Nadler “Janie in Love”
Sunny Day Real Estate “Pillars”
Case/Lang/Veirs “Atomic Number”
Scott Walker “30th Century Man” & “Cossacks Are”
Bob Dylan “Bob Dylan’s Dream”
In this episode we take a look at some of my favorite albums of 2016 so far, including Anohni, Car Seat Headrest, Miles Davis & Robert Glasper, Death Grips, Mutual Benefit, Kaytranada, and Anna Meredith. I also discuss the Carter Family documentary “The Winding Stream”, and we continue our look at Bob Dylan’s “Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan”.
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Anohni “Why Did You Separate Me From the Earth?”
Car Seat Headrest “(Joe Gets Kicked Out of School For Using) Drugs With Friends (But Says This Isn’t a Problem)”
Miles Davis & Robert Glasper “They Can’t Hold Me Down”
Death Grips “Giving Bad People Good Ideas”
Mutual Benefit “Skipping Stones”
Kaytranada “Got It Good”
James Blake “Love Me In Whatever Way”
Anna Meredith “Taken”
Carter Family “Keep On the Sunny Side”
Bob Dylan “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna-Fall”
In this episode of BDWPS Podcast we check out new tracks from Aesop Rock, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Underworld, Yoni & Geti, Cate LeBon, Dalek, and Xiu Xiu. We also discuss the Jay Reatard documentary “Better Than Something” and take a closer look at the Bob Dylan anti-war anthem, “Masters of War”. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher (search key word: BDWPS).
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Aesop Rock “Lotta Years”
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever “Heard You’re Moving”
Yoni & Geti “Internal Exile”
Cate LeBon “Wonderful”
Dalek “Guaranteed Struggle”
Xiu Xiu “Laura Palmer’s Theme”
Jay Reatard “My Shadow”
In this episode, I discuss some of the highlights from my week at SXSW including performances from Thao Nguyen, MONEY, Big Ups, and Nap Eyes. We also check out new tracks from Little Simz and Lucinda Williams, and I discuss The Descendents documentary “Filmage”. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play (search: BDWPS).
Thao & the Get Down Stay Down “Fool Forever”
MONEY “You Look Like a Sad Painting on Both Sides of the Sky”
Big Ups “National Parks”
Nap Eyes “Lion in Chains”
Little Simz “Have I”
Lucinda Williams “The Ghosts of Highway 20”
The Descendents “Hope”
Bob Dylan “Blowin’ in the Wind”
I apologize for the delay on this month’s podcast, but I have a legitimate excuse – influenza. It’s been a rough week, but I powered through and recorded episode #44 of the BDWPS Podcast. In this episode we check out new tracks from Animal Collective, Jesu & Sun Kil Moon, David Bowie, Allan Kingdom, and Eleanor Friedberger. I also discuss the Oscar nominated documentaries and what I thought should have won the Academy Award. You can subscribe the the BDWPS Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and Podomatic (search: BDWPS).
Animal Collective “Golden Gal”
Jesu & Sun Kil Moon “Fragile”
David Bowie “Lazarus”
Allan Kingdom “Fables”
Eleanor Friedberger “He Didn’t Mention His Mother”
Nina Simone “Backlash Blues”
Bob Dylan “Neighborhood Bully”
In this episode, we take a look at the year 1973 and the music that shaped it. From punk rock to glam, from prog rock to jazz fusion, and from soul to country, this year was filled with a wide variety of definitive sounds.
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The Stooges “Search and Destroy’
New York Dolls “Personality Crisis”
Brian Eno “Baby’s On Fire”
Area “Luglio, Augusto, Septiembre”
John Cale “Paris 1919”
Gram Parsons “A Song For You”
Al Green “You Ought To Be With Me”
Burning Spear “Down by the Riverside”
Bob Dylan “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”