James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.
Evelyn Mok & a technophobic metal nightmare
Evelyn is back and introduced to Boy Man Machine by Drose, an album that fuses experimental metal with sounds recorded in a factory.
Romesh Ranganathan & head-scrambling math rap
Romesh is delighted to discover Badd Timing by The Sooper Swag Project, an album recorded with the intention of using as many different and difficult time signatures as possible.
Sarah Keyworth & a mysterious choral album
Sarah needs convincing about the story behind Songs I-V by Rocks & Waves Song Circle, supposedly recorded spontaneously by Swedish artist Isak Sundstrom at a Church in Mexico.
BONUS SOUNDS: Cyril Yeterian from Bongo Joe
James explores the mystery behind Song I-V by Rocks & Waves Song Circle, with the head honcho of one of the two record labels behind its release, Bongo Joe.
Joe Sutherland & Car Seat Headrest's Teens of Denial
James has selected one of the biggest indie albums of the year for Joe's second appearance on the pod, Teens of Denial from songwriter Will Toledo's Car Seat Headrest.
Sophie Duker & a raw, genre-hopping record
Sophie is back! Last time she wasn’t completely won round, so James goes all in with the crowd-funded debut album Kiid from Mal Devisa.