Monday, November 13, 2017

Podcast Nine: 2017

Robert Plant - Carry Fire

St. Vincent - Masseduction

Wolf Alice - Visions of LIfe

Shelby Lynne & Alison Moorer - Not Dark Yet

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile - Lotta Sea Lice

Squeeze - The Knowledge

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Podcast Eight: 2017

We seem to have gotten a spring in our step and autumn begins - go figure. Up this month: -

The National - Sleep Well Beast

Susanne Sundfor - Music for People in Trouble

Alvvays - Antisocialites

Foo Fighters - Concrete & Gold

Queens of the Stone Age - Villians

Prophets of Rage - Prophets of Rage

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Monday, September 18, 2017

Podcast Seven: 2017

It's been a long summer and we are struggling to keep up, clearly. So, were any of the following our soundtrack to the summer?

Arcade Fire - Everything NOw
HAIM – Something to Tell You
Justin Currie -This is My Kingdom Now
Waxahatchee -Out in the Storm
Tyler, the Creator - Flower Boy
Lana Del Ray - Lust for Life

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Podcast Five: 2017

Some noticed last podcast was listed a six when should have been five, so this is five when it should be six.

Lorde - Melodrama

Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark?

Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - The Nashville Sound

Fleet Foxes - Crack Up

Marika Hackman - I'm Not Your Man

Pheonix - Ti Amo


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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Podcast Six: 2017

The sun is shining and we have pop, country and Todd for your listening delights.

Harry Styles - Harry Styles

Chris Stapleton - From a Room Vol 1

Angaleena Presley - Wrangled

Juliana Hatfield - Pussy

Gorillaz - Humanz

Todd Rundgren - White Knight

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Monday, May 15, 2017

White Knight Reviews - continued

The Sunday Express, naming it their Album of the Week, calls it his 'most satisfying record since Nearly Human.

Spill Magazine has it as it's Editors pick and it's reviewer's 'favourite album so far this year.'

Friday, May 12, 2017

White Knight Reviews

The album gets a Grade C from the AV Club  who describe it as Todd Rundgren gets stuck in the ’80s with some famous friends.

American Songwriter rates in two and half out of five and concludes 'once you warm up to the concept, there are enough moments on the eclectic smorgasbord to keep most fans engaged.'

RollingStone goes for three stars and calls it predictably odd and comments that 'Inconsistency is like a muse here.'