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Episode 307: The Music of 1990

At long last, it’s a SUPER-SIZED episode!Allister has a “Pudding Time”Jobee is too scared of Mrs. Nale to give a bad review What do LL Cool J & George Michael have in common? 

Dua Lipa—Future Nostalgia

by Tom Springer Pop artist Dua Lipa came out strong with her self titled debut album in 2017. She carved a spot for herself among the crowded pop space by offering something a little bit more meaningful. Empowering songs like New Rules and IDGAF topped

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Episode 214: ¡Viva México!

The guys pick some of their favorite songs from south of the border, along with some help from The Ringing Ear’s Designated Mexican, Jeff’s friend Maria. Plus, Jeff and Jobe talk about the Beatles, close the door on Metallica for a while, music from Metalachi,

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Episode 214: ¡Viva México!

The guys pick some of their favorite songs from south of the border, along with some help from The Ringing Ear’s Designated Mexican, Jeff’s friend Maria. Plus, Jeff and Jobe talk about the Beatles, close the door on Metallica for a while, music from Metalachi,

Episode 204: TV Themes

Jeff and Jobee offer up their all time favorite TV theme songs—watch out for falling nostalgia! Jobe gives his review/reaction to Lost in the Dream by War on Drugs, the guys have wildly different opinions on Jeff’s current, Cass McCombs, and San Diego’s Casual Yak

Episode 203: Traveling

Head out on the highway and hit the open road as Jeff and Jobe discuss songs about traveling—planes, trains, automobiles, and more. Jeff gives his review of the 1976 debut album from Boston, music from political punks Redbait from St. Louis, and Inversions in the

Review: Bob Mould—Sunshine Rock

by Ken Jobe (@booksofjobe) When thinking of words to describe punk icon and forefather of alternative rock Bob Mould, some of the last on the list might be “sunny” or “optimistic”. And yet, with the release of the former Hüsker Dü and Sugar frontman’s 13th

Birds in Row—We Already Lost the World

by Ken Jobe (@booksofjobe) We Count So We Don’t Have to Listen, the opener to Birds in Row’s new album, starts with melodic, jangling guitar. That proves deceptive—a thirty second red herring, to lull you into a false sense of security before assaulting your ears

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Episode 104: Killing Sacred Cows

Jeff and Jobe air their grievances with a few of the biggest names in music, taking some revered acts down a peg or two. Plus musical currents and the debut of the Spotify Wager.