21 episodes

End your week on a high note with the Coda, a brand new music podcast from Brian Hastie and Rob Kristoffersen.
Each bi-weekly episode will touch on music news and rumours, an in-depth look at a specific topic, as well as recommendations to fill your earholes with after each episode is done.
We'll be discussing artists ranging from Aaron Carter to Frank Zappa, and you can count on Brian waxing poetic for his love of nu-metal.
The Coda, available every second Friday on every platform where podcasts can be found.

The Coda: A Music Podcast Brian Hastie, Rob Kristoffersen

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    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

End your week on a high note with the Coda, a brand new music podcast from Brian Hastie and Rob Kristoffersen.
Each bi-weekly episode will touch on music news and rumours, an in-depth look at a specific topic, as well as recommendations to fill your earholes with after each episode is done.
We'll be discussing artists ranging from Aaron Carter to Frank Zappa, and you can count on Brian waxing poetic for his love of nu-metal.
The Coda, available every second Friday on every platform where podcasts can be found.

    Episode 20: Obligatory Year End Episode, Vol. 2 (2020 Edition)

    Episode 20: Obligatory Year End Episode, Vol. 2 (2020 Edition)

    On this episode, Brian and Rob present their top three albums of 2020, as well as their favorite underrated release, and an album that surprised them. The two discuss the lastest Trapt developments, and trash on Rolling Stone's top 50 albums of the year. Rob also swears alot this episode. He does not apologize for it.


    Rolling Stone's Top 50 albums of the year list
    Neil Cicierega's Annoyed Grunt Music Video


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    • 48 min
    Episode 19: 1-800-TEARS-4-FEARS

    Episode 19: 1-800-TEARS-4-FEARS

    This episode: Rob and Brian go deep on the landmark 1985 album The Big Chair by the band Tears For Fears, ponder what the 2020 version of 'We Are The World' would look like and celebrate the unlikely friendship between a Canadian crooner and certain Sacto nu-metal legends.



    Scenes From The Big Chair
    Tears For Fears Spotify Landmark performance (2014)


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    • 50 min
    Episode 18: The Coda Drop: "Been Meaning To" Music Club

    Episode 18: The Coda Drop: "Been Meaning To" Music Club

    Every music lover has glaring holes in their personal discographies, and this week Brian and Rob make each other listen to two albums that they've "been meaning to" listen to for some time. Brian hates his choices, and having to revisit them, while Rob has a better time wallowing in Brian's suffering and the suffering of all of us.


    Check out Brian and Rob's newest project, The Order of Podcasters, on your favorite podcast app and on YouTube


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    • 56 min
    Episode 17: A Long And Arduous Journey: Looking At Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums List

    Episode 17: A Long And Arduous Journey: Looking At Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums List

    To quote the immortal rock band Saliva, "I love you/I hate you/I can't get around you" - Brian and Rob discuss Rolling Stone's update to their 500 Greatest Albums list. The good, the bad (mostly the bad), and then a list of five albums from each host that you should be checking out.


    Brian's anger about the Black Eyed Peas goes back at least a decade.


    Check out Brian and Rob's newest project, The Order of Podcasters, on your favorite podcast app and on YouTube


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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Episode 16: You've Got a Friend in These... Albums

    Episode 16: You've Got a Friend in These... Albums

    On the second episode back from their summer break, Brian and Rob discuss the albums that they consider their friends. Brian gives us a chronology through his albums, while Rob waxes nostalgic about his choices. Rob revises the latest Coda challenge, Brian discusses his swoopy hair, and so much more.


    Don't forget to check out our newest project, The Order of Podcasters, on your favorite podcast app and on YouTube


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    • 52 min
    Episode 15: Dispatches From Summer Camp: Summer 2020 Tunes

    Episode 15: Dispatches From Summer Camp: Summer 2020 Tunes

    Rob and Brian are back! BEHOLD. They cover a wide range of musical projects that have come out recently, including the good, the bad and the ugly. They also create a new Coda Challenge, explore TikTok hitz (with a Z), look at some modern country hits and more.


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    • 1 hr 20 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

upstate-vc ,

Good company

I’ll listen to anything with these two guys.

Zebsterbc ,

Winning combination

Brian and Rob are fun to listen to and produce an entertaining podcast. I can’t wait to hear more.

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