79 episodes

Vinyl Me, Please co-founder Tyler is out to find the best stories, albums, and artists in music and tell you all about them here. He enlists artists, music nerds, and other people in the know along the way to make sure you leave every episode with a healthy dose of brain food, new music to listen to, and a few things to laugh about as you plummet into the void with the rest of us.

The Vinyl Me Please Podcast Tyler Barstow

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    • 4.3, 39 Ratings

Vinyl Me, Please co-founder Tyler is out to find the best stories, albums, and artists in music and tell you all about them here. He enlists artists, music nerds, and other people in the know along the way to make sure you leave every episode with a healthy dose of brain food, new music to listen to, and a few things to laugh about as you plummet into the void with the rest of us.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
39 Ratings
39 Ratings
gbewing ,

Very Good Missing 1 thing

The discussion is intelligent and I like the exposure to different sounds, my main issue is no music. It would enhance the discussion to hear brief snippets of examples of what they are describing. It also appears they are not recording very much anymore so maybe not a thing. I started with best of 2017 show, it's a little all over the place in regard to covering all genres but that's their mission to cover all music but there were some genre's I just can't get into-and I think it leads to uneven critiques & vulnerable to hyping & group think The range of Katy Perry- Father John Misty- Kendrick Lamar - you could argue that's to be admired but most people would not see those as equal performances or imprints on the music scene today. If pop albums are ahead of Chris Stapelton or War on Drugs then you are giving lip service to country and your podcast leans to certain genres-that's fine but they are taking a bigger bite than that. 3 albums better than Kendrick Lamar last year -1 another hip hop album that is a bold statement. I did like hearing artists I've not heard before (Moses Sumney) so this may come off too harsh, play some of the artists music and you could win me over with the wide net of artists probably

BioProf ,

All talk, no music

I am currently lsitening to the 2017 best-of episode. I think that I have listened to a few episodes previously that were more interview-y... So here I am wanting to hear a few music clips from these top 10 records. But alas, all talk from two dudes who must say "like" 1000s of times in this episode. ugh.

Geekygirl4 ,

Like

Tyler and his guests seem super nice, and are clearly very knowledgeable on the subject matter of music, but the excessive use of the word ‘like’ makes this podcast unlistenable for me, sadly. I’m a VMP member and would love to hear in-depth discussions on why albums are being chosen, etc. Just need to bring down the ‘like’ about 60% and I think I’ll give it another try.

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