Do not adjust your podcasting device – We Have A Technical has not been replaced by that sports radio station you hear annoying ads for. We are, however, coming into our 350th episode guns a’blazing, with each of us picking five hot takes regarding the state and legacy of the music we love and discuss. No quarter given, none asked for. What legacy bands do we actually find rather dull? Which younger acts would we rather see in the spotlight than some less deserving bands? You’ll hear all of that plus some discussion of new music from The Horrors and Alan Vega, and initial thoughts on the new Coil remaster. You can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or stream from Spotify or the widget down below.
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I know this is 2 months late (only getting to this now) but I’m 100% in agreement with everything you two said, so much so that I was actually disappointed your takes weren’t hotter! I’m a couple years older than you guys (turning 46 soon), never got into TG outside of their legacy, haven’t spent time with DP since “Ultra”, and totally agree that She Past Away is overrated. The most fun bit of this whole thing for me was your discussion of “Flavour of the Weak”; a few weeks ago my wife asked me to make a FLA megamix, which led me to revisit this album for the first time in a LONG time. When it came out I, like many, said “where’s the guitar?” and wrote it off as riding the coattails of the electronica movement. In 2021, it is much more interesting, although I would stop short of equating it with, say, TNI. Thanks as always guys… still catching up on your podcasts.