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BDWPS Podcast: Episode #71

In the latest episode of BDWPS Podcast, we take a look at some of the most powerful female voices in music today, including Courtney Barnett, Johanna Warren, Soccer Mommy, Anna Von Hausswolff, Frigs, Kali Uchis, Beach House, Snail Mail, and Lindi Ortega.

Check it out HERE, or better yet, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, GooglePlay, or Stitcher (search: BDWPS). 

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BDWPS Podcast

With year-end lists just weeks away, the latest BDWPS Podcast is a housecleaning affair, with a slew of great new music including Greet Death, Daniele Luppi, St. Vincent, Zola Jesus, Kamasi Washington, Converge, Shannon Lay, and Kelela. Check it out below, or better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay!

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BDWPS Podcast: Episode #62

In this month’s episode we check out new music from Thunder Dreamer, This is the Kit, Rozwell Kids, Sleaford Mods, MIKE, Afghan Whigs, Avey Tare, and Nine Inch Nails. We also continue our track by track look back at Bob Dylan’s The Times They Are a-Changin’.

Check it out HERE, or better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay (search: BDWPS).

Tracklist:

Thunder Dreamer “You Knew Me”

This is the Kit “Hotter Colder”

Rozwell Kids “Wendy’s Trash Can”

Seaford Mods “Just Like We Do”

MIKE “Victory Lab”

Afghan Whigs “Demon in Profile”

Avey Tare “Season High”

Nine Inch Nails “Less Than”

Bob Dylan “Restless Farewell”

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BDWPS Podcast: Episode #61 (Class Reunion Edition)

In the latest episode of the BDWPS podcast, we revisit some of my favorite songs from 20 years ago (my senior year in high school). It’s an episode filled with memories and some great music from the past, including tracks from Fugazi, Archers of Loaf, Semisonic, Sunny Day Real Estate, Shudder To Think, The Descendents, Satchel, and Blur.

Check it out HERE, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay (search: BDWPS).

Tracklist:

Fugazi “Target”

Archers of Loaf “Underachievers (Fight Song)”

Semisonic “Down in Flames”

Sunny Day Real Estate “8”

Shudder to Think “Resident Wine”

The Descendents “When I Get Old”

Satchel “For So Long”

Blur “M.O.R.”

Bob Dylan “Another Pawn in Their Game”

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BDWPS Podcast: Episode #60

In this month’s episode of the BDWPS Podcast, we take a look at some of my favorite albums of the year so far, including Alex G, Juana Molina, Aimee Mann, Blanck Mass, Fazerdaze, At the Drive-In, and Pissed Jeans. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay.

Check it out HERE, or better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay (search: BDWPS). 

Tracklist:

(Sandy) Alex G “Powerful Man”

Juana Molina “Cosoco”

Blanck Mass “The Rat”

Aimee Mann “Patient Zero”

At the Drive-In “Governed by Contagions”

Fazerdaze “Lucky Girl”

Pissed Jeans “The Bar is Low”

King Crimson “21st Century Schizoid Man”

Bob Dylan “One Too Many Mornings”

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BDWPS Podcast: Episode #54 (Best Songs of 2016)

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In this podcast, I go through my ten favorite songs of 2016. My taste are wide-ranging and often strange, so many of these great tunes will be new to you. Give it a listen and let me know what you think!

You can listen to the podcast HERE or better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher (search: BDWPS)

Check out our other Year End Lists below:
Top 40 Albums (40-21)

Top 40 Albums (20-1)
Best Album Covers
Worst Album Covers
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Mitski “Puberty 2”

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Puberty 2

[Dead Ocean; 2016]

Rating: 9

When we finally reach adulthood, all of the pains of puberty are supposedly left behind for a more measured and mature livelihood. We all know this myth is far from true. In fact, often those feelings of insecurity and fear are heightened with age, all of us bumbling around like big dumb teenagers trying to find our way in the uncertain future. Mitski explores this perpetual adolescence on Puberty 2, an album that exposes the endless battle to find happiness in the mundanity of adult life.

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