In each episode, Alex Rice and Seth Lichtenstein passionately and comedically discuss the catalog of one of Bandbox's featured artists.
Ep #16 - Bruce Springsteen Part 2 (Letter to You Track by Track)
Fan Talks hosts and self-proclaimed Bruce Springsteen scholars Alex and Seth take a track-by-track journey through The Boss's latest release, Letter to You. How does the twentieth album measure up in the eyes of these two die-hard fans? Find out in episode sixteen!
Ep #15 - Weezer Part 2 (OK Human Track by Track)
Alex and Seth go track by track through Weezer's fourteenth studio album, OK Human. Featuring a 38-piece orchestra and a clear baroque-pop influence, the 2021 release is a departure from a band already prone to departures. Hear what the guys have to say about it in this episode of Fan Talks!
Ep #14 - The Hold Steady Part 3 (Open Door Policy Track by Track)
Alex and Seth welcome Bandbox Podcast Network producer McCoy to the show as they listen to the brand new record from The Hold Steady, Open Door Policy.
Ep #13 - Joy Division and New Order
What five songs best represent the musical progression of Joy Division and New Order? Which English footballer performs the rap at the end of "World in Motion"? What does Seth think about the way Math is taught? Find out in this episode of Fan Talks!
Ep #12 - The Hold Steady Part 2 (w/ Craig Finn & Tad Kubler)
In part two of our Hold Steady episode, Craig Finn and Tad Kubler take us from Teeth Dreams to Open Door Policy. Plus, Alex and Seth reveal their favorite, least favorite and most underrated THS tunes!
Ep #11 - The Hold Steady Part 1 (w/ Craig Finn & Tad Kubler)
In part one of the Fan Talks Hold Steady episode, singer Craig Finn and guitarist Tad Kubler tell Alex and Seth about the first seven years of the band's career, from their 2003 formation to 2010's Heaven is Whenever.
these guys love music! give it a listen if you do too
If you Ike music you’ll love this podcast! The banter between the hosts is funny and overall it is very enjoyable!
This is a great rundown of the artists with a very personal and relatable touch! Highly recommend!