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 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

Episode 7: Songs About Fucking

Pour some wine, light some candles, turn your lights down low...and listen to Jeff and Jobe's picks for songs involving sex—songs about it, and songs to playing while doing it. There's also music from Gil Landry and Daughters, and Jeff's review/reaction to A Ass Pocket of Whiskey by RL Burnside. Steve Empire is featured in … Continue reading Episode 7: Songs About Fucking

Episode 5: Song of the Year for the Past 3 Years

Jeff and Jobe give their picks for Song of the Year for 2015, 2016, and 2017, plus Jobe's review/reaction after listening to Radiohead's OK Computer, music from Turnstile, and San Diego's Nolander is featured in the Unsigned Artist Spotlight. Check out Episode 5: Song of the Year for the Past 3 Years, out now! iTunes: https://apple.co/2L48YsH … Continue reading Episode 5: Song of the Year for the Past 3 Years

Album Review: N*E*R*D—No_One Ever Really Dies

Pharrell Williams' pet project, N*E*R*D, has always occupied a strange space in the musical cosmos. While Williams focused his efforts on producing hits for others (and later himself), N*E*R*D was a place he could—along with fellow Neptunes collaborator Chad Hugo and producing partner/musician Shay Haley—put some of his more out there ideas, sort of a … Continue reading Album Review: N*E*R*D—No_One Ever Really Dies