On the occasion of this past week’s Kanga/Kaelan Mikla show, we’re using this podcast as an opportunity to discuss the experience of watching bands change and grow over the course of multiple live performances. Does a band become more loose or more theatrical over time? How does a band’s live evolution differ from their discography’s? Do you “owe” an act a second chance after a mediocre show? All that, plus some discussion of friend of the site Andi Harriman’s just published “50 Best Goth Songs” article at Rolling Stone. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or listen through the widget down below.
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