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.
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(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”
In the latest episode of “Year of the Neil”, we take a look at the demise of Buffalo Springfield and the beginning of Neil’s solo career.
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In this episode we listen to new music that pairs well with a sunny, summer afternoon. You’ll hear new songs from Sacred Paws, Spiral Stairs, The Feelies, Slowdive, Real Estate, Pile, Julie Byrne, and Why?. We also take a look at the Showtime documentary “Making Pet Sounds” and listen to Bob Dylan’s “North Country Blues”.
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Sacred Paws “Everyday”
Spiral Stairs “Dundee Man”
The Feelies “Gone, Gone, Gone”
Slowdive “Sugar for the Pill”
Real Estate “Darling”
Pile “Rope’s Length”
Julie Byrne “Follow My Voice”
Why? “Proactive Evolution”
The Beach Boys “I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times”
Bob Dylan “North Country Blues”
I just realized that I never posted the latest Year of the Neil episode on here. Sorry for slacking as of late! I’m hoping to get back on track in the coming weeks.
In this episode, we take a look at a teenage Neil Young heading out on his own to pursue a career in music.
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First off, I’d like to apologize for not keeping up on the blog much over the past few months. I’m hoping to get back on track over the next few weeks. Over the past several weeks, I’ve been preparing for my new blog series, “Year of the Neil: The Story of Neil Young.” For those that have followed BDWPS for the past year, you are probably familiar with the podcast I tried out last year about David Bowie’s life. Over the course of the year, the podcast would receive over 10,000 downloads, which is a pretty big deal considering I do it for free and did very little promoting of it. I suppose Bowie’s death drew people to it organically, but I’m also proud that many of those random visitors listened to all nine episodes.
Despite the amount of work I put into that series, I felt compelled to continue the “Year Of” project by continuing with a new artist in 2017. The first name to come to mind was Neil Young, one of my all-time favorite artists. After researching on his life, I knew I had to tell his wild story. Below you will find the first episode. You can also listen and subscribe to the series on iTunes and Stitcher (search: Year of the Neil). I hope you enjoy the first episode that takes a look at Neil’s upbringing.
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!
In the final episode of “Year of the Bowie”, we take a look at David’s experimental explorations in the 90s and some of his more unexpected ventures in the 2000s. We also take a look at his death and the legacy he left behind.
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