We’ll admit it, we were looking to come up short on the 75th episode of the podcast. We were all set to just phone something in and rest on our laurels…when a whole crew of our friends from far and wide came rolling in and saved us. A murderer’s row of heads all talking about albums they dig? That’s a party we’re proud to present. Consider this our take on This American Life…or maybe a Wu-Tang posse cut. Special Appearances by Matt Fanale of Caustic, Adam Williams of amodelofcontrol.com, Ned Ragget, Kathleen Chausse, Rexx Arkana of FGFC820, Sara Taylor of Youth Code, Eric Gottesman of Everything Goes Cold, Wes and Michael from Talking to Ghosts, Rev John from Das Bunker, Sharon Kyronfive and Michael Arthur Holloway of Dead When I Found Her! Thanks for all the support through the first 75 episodes, gang! Rate and subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher, download directly or stream from the widget below!
Congrats to 75 episodes – and thanks to Kathleen for what she said about ‘The Ape of Naples’. It’s an album I’ve been listening to and thinking about a lot recently, but failed when trying to talk about it. Kathleen managed beautifuls to find the right words in a way I was unable to.
I am slowly catching up through the episode backlog. Very pleasantly surprised to hear The Young Gods’ “Only Heaven” being brought up. I agree that they’re woefully underappreciated; I also bought that album after seeing it at a record shop I had travelled to as a teenager in the capital with a friend (he bought Fear Factory’s brilliant “Fear is the Mindkiller” which he ended up hating so I bought it off him). Anyway, absolutely adore it. And their later output (including the unplugged album) is beautiful.