We’re back with a music roundup episode. We discuss the new albums from Jeff Rosenstock – “Post-“ and Axis – “Shift”. We also discuss some of the bands we’ve been listening to such as Decent Criminal, Sketchy Trench, Mammoth Grinder, SUMAC, Movements, and more.
This week we start our month of “Best Of” lists with the first being our favorite albums of 2017. We are joined by Jon Berg (RFN Lists Time Travel, Marvel) on this one as we all rank and draft our favorite music. You can listen to selections from our list here as a spotify playlist.
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.
Weekly Roundup Episode. This week we discuss the newest albums from Daisyhead “In Case You Missed It” and 18 Visions “XVIII”. We also chat about The Handmaid’s Tale, Man Vs., The Duel, Vice, Dr. Strange, Meet the Blacks, John Wick 2, and more. Matt went and saw It Comes the Night and liked it so much he challenged us to see it. Streams of the albums can be found below the post.
We’re joined by our buddy Chase again and this time we take a stroll down music memory lane. We draft and rank our favorite albums from 1998-2000. High School was all about friends and music. This was the height of our music consuming and our lists reflect some deep picks. We probably should have limited our boundaries a bit more as we just kept falling down the rabbit hole of music as we know it. Lots of punk rock, hardcore, melodic hardcore, metal, pop punk, emo, and much more in this one. “The group was the internet”-Matt Spotify Playlist of Songs Discussed in the Episode.