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Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the while, it promises to provide the information, entertainment and self-deprecation you’ve come to expect from two of Toronto’s favourites. Welcome to our living mixtape.

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Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the while, it promises to provide the information, entertainment and self-deprecation you’ve come to expect from two of Toronto’s favourites. Welcome to our living mixtape.

    Singles: The Wonder Years - Brakeless

    Singles: The Wonder Years - Brakeless

    In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake fire up a new track from The Wonder Years, Brakeless. With the band trying to go back and play a new song with their 2010 sound here in 2020, Brakeless offers a helpful window into the hosts' divergent opinions on each era of The Wonder Years.

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    • 15 min
    56. Panic! at the Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005)

    56. Panic! at the Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005)

    In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by "The Brain Genius" Josh Custodio (@j0shc) to discuss Panic! At the Disco's debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. Well, imagine, Jake pacing a podcast and he can't help but to hear an exchanging of words between Blake and Josh about wrestling. And also Brendon Urie. Find out more about Panic's contested roots as a blink-182 cover band, how the band eventually became a Urie solo project but not before releasing two underrated follow-up albums, and where Fever stands up in the pop-punk pantheon on this week's podcast.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Singles: Rufio - Above Me

    Singles: Rufio - Above Me

    In the latest Columbia House Party single, Jake and Blake play let's remember some early-00s LimeWire bands and fire up Rufio, Rufio, Ru-Fi-Ohhh. The guys take a listen to Above Me, a song that shreds musically but stands nearly alone as a Rufio highlight, which kind of tells their story.

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    • 14 min
    55. Saves the Day - Through Being Cool (1999)

    55. Saves the Day - Through Being Cool (1999)

    In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Drew Fairservice (@DrewGROF) to discuss Saves the Day’s 1999 bridge album for the pop-punk scene, Through Being Cool. Drew might cringe at that term pop-punk given his – and Chris Conley’s – hardcore roots, but tracing from Lifetime to Fall Out Boy through Saves the Day is tidy work. Find out more about Drew’s experience seeing Saves the Day in the hardcore scene, how the band’s slow transition to pop-punk made waves for the bands that followed them, and why Red Jeans 3:16 says “my spleen is dropping from my pants” on this week’s podcast.

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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Singles: Great Big Sea - Oh Yeah

    Singles: Great Big Sea - Oh Yeah

    In the latest Columbia House Party single, the b’ys Jake and Blake fire up some Great Big Sea. More specifically, they take a listen to Oh Yeah, the theme song from Republic of Doyle, and discuss the show, Great Big Sea, and the obvious fit between the two. Entourage wishes it Oh Yeahed like this.

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    • 15 min
    54. Taking Back Sunday - Tell All Your Friends (2002)

    54. Taking Back Sunday - Tell All Your Friends (2002)

    In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy change their MSN statuses in biting fashion, firing up lyrics from Taking Back Sunday’s 2002 genre classic Tell All Your Friends. It is, with some likelihood, the album one host has listened to more than any other in his life. Find out more about Taking Back Sunday’s clunky and dramatic origins, the benefits and limitations of the band as one of the avatars of the emo movement, and whether mics are for singing or swinging on this week’s podcast.

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    If you enjoyed today’s show, please rate Columbia House Party 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.
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    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

ROCmovies ,

True music fans.

I just discovered this podcast and am now obsessed. Their love for music is shown through without being critical or pretentious. I love that they cover so much of the 2000's alternative music that I still find some of my favorites. Keep up the awesome work!

Andie0619 ,

Nostalgia and joy

I’m loving this podcast. I found it while going down a Jimmy Eat World rabbit hole (which, y’all, listen to the new record, it’s really great), and I was pleasantly surprised. I am adoring the joy and nostalgia it’s giving me. Love is in the crafting of a mixtape.

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