Mike was excited to hear that Brand New dropped a new album called “Science Fiction” out of nowhere in late August. Sean and Matt, not so much, but maybe it’ll win them over. We chat about that as well as the new Neck Deep album “The Peace and The Panic”. We also talk other random music happenings. Get on it.
We are joined by our best buddies Mark and Dave. We talk about our favorite albums from 2001-2002. We also started recording this after 11 o’clock at night after a previous night of about 4 hours of sleep or less. This led to not only some fun nostalgic talks about music but about friendship in general. It goes a little long, but it sounded better as one episode rather than splitting it up. Dave lets us know who he can and can’t beat up in music. Some great stories happen such as mark’s scooter ride to jail, desert llamas, peep shows, and more. Dave runs out of picks and just grabs random albums from the internet. Enjoy. Here is a Spotify Playlist of songs from the albums we discuss.
We love time travel movies so much that we had to have a guest remind us how great they are. Jon Berg joins us again to rank and draft our favorite time travel movies. So grab a seat in the DeLorean and push it to 88 while listening to this mammajamma.
In this weekly roundup episode we discuss the album Strangled Light by Less Art and the album Leaving by Oklahoma band Colorblind. We also chat about the movies – Fist Fight, Okja, Prince Avalanche, Back in Time, The 6th Day, The Founder, and the documentary Game Over. We also talk about the TV show The Goldbergs, Netflix’s Ozark, Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer, the comic book A.D. After Death, the book version of The Handmaid’s Tale, and the book Ready Player One.
This week we are joined by Matt’s wife Jenn. She’s a borderline psychopath and decided she wanted to rank and draft a list of our favorite murder mysteries. She had no problems putting together a list while the rest of us had to dig a little deep for this one. You can cheat and Check the Results here on our IMDB List Page.
In this week’s Weekly Roundup episode we discuss the new album by Post-Hardcore act Aviator titled Loneliness Leaves The Light On For Me as well as our movie and television watchings. Titles include – Colossal, Oats Studios projects, The Goldbergs, Nobody Speak, Maron, Baby Driver, Dunkirk, Man Vs., Kong-Skull Island, The Belko Experiment, Castlevania (Netflix), GLOW, Misery Signals Documentary, War for the Planet of the Apes, Spider-Man Homecoming.