It’s the Year End episode of We Have a Technical, and we’re talking lists, honourable mentions and the broad trends of 2018 in Our Thing. If you ever wanted to hear two very tired people stumble their way through an animated but barely coherent series of observations about the year that was, this is the episode of WHaT for you! Seriously though, we were VERY tired. All on the official I Die: You Die podcast! Don’t forget to rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or stream from Spotify or the widget down below.
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Great year end as always. Certainly some albums missed that need to getting to. As to the ‘pop’ controversy, the greatest joy I’ve had this year is putting Ohgr’s latest on and having my two young nieces go bananas over it enough to the point where they now know all the words and will sing along.
One of my absolute favorites not mentioned came out just two or so weeks ago on Hand Drawn Dracula. Praises “in This Year: Ten of Swords” is so, so good. https://handdrawndracula.bandcamp.com/album/in-this-year-ten-of-swords
Thanks for another year of great content.
Harm’s Way – Posthuman probably deserved some recognition from the subculture, seeing as though “Hardcore Kids do a retro take on Skinny Puppy and Nitzer Ebb” was such a popular style in the last few years, seeing a Hardcore band’s take on Godflesh and Fear Factory not get any attention paid was very odd.
Will def check that out, sounds promising.
Thanks for a great year. I saw Twin Tribes last week in Chicago and they are ones to watch. hits so many spots so well.
and this was my #1 for 2018: https://www.facebook.com/promenadecinemaofficial/