Episode 13: Movie Music

The guys countdown their favorite songs featured in a film—from comedy to horror to mind-bending thriller, see what Jeff and Jobe pick as their Top 3. Plus, Jobee's reaction/review of Errorzone from Vein, music from Iceage, Alley Cats in the Unsigned Artist Spotlight, the Spotify Wager, and see what album one of the guys deems … Continue reading Episode 13: Movie Music

Episode 12: Dead Heroes—Kurt Cobain

A new feature on the show, Dead Heroes, finds Jeff and Jobe shining a light on one of the most iconic rock stars of the 90s—Nirvana's Kurt Donald Cobain. Plus, the guys discuss the uncertain future of Tool in the face of allegations against Maynard James Keenan, a remembrance of Vinnie Paul, not to mention … Continue reading Episode 12: Dead Heroes—Kurt Cobain

Album Review: Father John Misty—God’s Favorite Customer

Father John Misty, né Joshua Tillman, is a talented guy. Singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer, producer...the guy can do it all. Unfortunately for him (or, more accurately, for the listener), simply being able to write and perform a song doesn't automatically make it compelling. While there's nothing inherently bad about the songs on God's Favorite Customer, … Continue reading Album Review: Father John Misty—God’s Favorite Customer

Album Review: Let’s Eat Grandma—I’m All Ears

An album created by two 19-year-olds that will keep you guessing. Rosa Walton & Jenny Hollingworth create a twisted mix of bubblegum harmonies and synth-pop one minute that amazes – the battle cry of “Hot Pink”, or the beautiful yet stuttering “Falling Into Me” – but then becomes overwhelmingly stunted by its own aesthetic the next. Think: … Continue reading Album Review: Let’s Eat Grandma—I’m All Ears

Album Review: Snail Mail—Lush

A dreamy, dissociative collection of lamentations written by ingenue (b. 2000) Lindsey Jordan. It shows potential – it’s replete with a distinct guitar effect and an unabashed melancholy – but if lo-fi ballads aren’t your bag, you’re going to find this quite boring. Nonetheless, we look forward to seeing what comes next from Ms. Jordan. 7/11 … Continue reading Album Review: Snail Mail—Lush

Album Review: Nine Inch Nails—Bad Witch

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross don’t stray too far from their formula here on what some are calling their first proper album in years, although at 6 songs and 31 minutes, it’s hard to see how it could stand next to The Downward Spiral or Year Zero. Either way, we’re calling it an EP that … Continue reading Album Review: Nine Inch Nails—Bad Witch

Episode 10: Best Debut Albums

Jeff and Jobe discuss their picks for top 3 debut albums of all time, plus Jeff's review of Daytona from Pusha-T, music from Black Math, and a brief discussion of the transgressions of the band Pinegrove. All that plus Absinthe Father in the Unsigned Artist Spotlight—Episode 10 is out now! iTunes: https://apple.co/2L48YsH Google Play: https://bit.ly/2IGroS9 Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2jWi52u Spotify playlist: https://spoti.fi/2IEOxEA

Episode 9: Funny Songs

Jeff and Jobe share their picks for favorite funny songs, plus music from The Decemberists and Babymetal. Get ready to laugh, Episode 9 is out now![ iTunes: https://apple.co/2L48YsH Google Play: https://bit.ly/2IGroS9 Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2jWi52u Spotify playlist: https://spoti.fi/2IEOxEA podcast src="https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6716276/height/0/width/0/theme/standard/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/" height="" width="" placement="bottom" theme=""]

Episode 8: Chef’s Choice

Episode 8 finds Jeff and Jobee taking the reigns to show you some of the music slightly off the beaten path. Every relationship has its ups and downs, but we never guessed Jeff and Jobe would hit the skids so fast! Hear what caused the controversy (and the laughing fit from which they almost couldn't … Continue reading Episode 8: Chef’s Choice