It’s Casual Friday on the podcast this week, as we take time off from interviewing people or placing albums under a microscope to talk about the history and goals of the website for those recently joining us, answer some questions from readers, and talk a little baseball, wrestling, and True Detective. Subscribe and rate us on iTunes, download directly, or stream from the widget below!
00:00: As with every episode, our theme music is “Black Cross (Dead When I Found Her Remix)” by ∆AIMON, available from Artoffact records.
01:05: It feels like an eternity doesn’t it? You can hear our faltering babysteps exclusively via the website, as we were not on iTunes at that time.
03:18: If you doubt our assessment, look at the electric energy apparent in these pics by friend of the site Graeme Foote!
05:20: Alex is referring to some blowback we got from Episode 8, where we discussed Puppy’s Weapon.
05:45: For information on Under the Spell, you can peep their Facebook page for upcoming events. Don’t forget to visit Night Profound and Funerary Call whilst you’re at it.
16:47: Be not too harsh in your assessment dear friends, we were young and unschooled in the ways of this world.
17:45: You can check out our interview with Alex Reed about his amazing book Assimilate: A Critical History of Industrial Music in Episode 7 of the podcast.
23:41: They were named “Inner Ear Infection” and “Def in June”, the latter of which is still the best name for a website ever in our humble opinion.
29:35: The ID:UD Dozen is a regular feature on our website! You should read it and leave some comments!
30:50: Thanks Nancy, Brant, and Michael! Please don’t get mad!
38:20: Wanna get a question in the next time we do a mailbag? E-mail us at email@example.com!
40:40: We just wrote up a preview of what to expect on the ID:UD stage at Kinetik.
44:16: Hand to god, this was the first article we found when we clicked over to the H&M website.
45:05: Canadians were also very good at hating the queen.
45:58: See Rip It Up and Start Again for further details.
54:34: We implore you: if you have ever been interested in pro wrestling, check out the program that Antonio Cesaro and Sami Zayn have been working of late. Simply mindblowing.
54:44: The cautious and thoughtful Andrew Stoeten has been accused of being in the tank for Jays’ ownership by plenty of irate mouthbreathers for years. When he pulls out his poison pen you know the team’s fucked themselves royally.
57:00: How killer is this?
57:45: Check Sam’s forthcoming novel!
1:00:07 Download Comaduster’s version of “Far From Any Road” here.