49 episodes

The Too Much Rock podcast is a 30-minute journey through the weekly music acquisitions of its creator. It may feature power pop, indie rock, post punk, indie pop, or any other named or unnamed genre.

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The Too Much Rock podcast is a 30-minute journey through the weekly music acquisitions of its creator. It may feature power pop, indie rock, post punk, indie pop, or any other named or unnamed genre.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #613

    Too Much Rock Podcast #613

    Podcast #613 reappears with gifts for the good little children from Cheekface, Teenage Halloween, Faye, Thick, Cheerbleederz, & Evilfeast.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #612

    Too Much Rock Podcast #612

    Podcast #612 rides the roller coaster w/ Colleen Dow, Tallies, Northern Portrait, Basic English, The Tight Fits, Pigeon Pit, Johnny Hobo And The Freight Trains, & Lincoln.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #611

    Too Much Rock Podcast #611

    Podcast #611 cheats the listening audience with help from Young Guv, She & Him, The Burning Hell, The Reds Pinks & Purples, Bubblegum Lemonade, The Uncouth, Boogie Hammer, & Secret Shame.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #610

    Too Much Rock Podcast #610

    Podcast #610 puts in that bounce thanks to Art d'Ecco, Fime, Stud Count, Marine Research, Merry Widows, Wire, The Dodgers, & Damien Jurado.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #609

    Too Much Rock Podcast #609

    Podcast #609 is perfect for your 30-minute holiday picnic thanks to The Umbrellas, Los Recuerdos, Los Pepes, Kiss Disease, Michael Monroe, Rudi, The Mumps, & Whimsical.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #608

    Too Much Rock Podcast #608

    Podcast #608 is for the underdogs with tracks from My Raining Stars, Janelane, The Dreaded Laramie, Queen Rat, Jonathan Richman, The Devil is Electric, Bootkrieg, & Otoboke Beaver.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

paddyokegley ,

Exceptional and Eclectic

Host Sid Sowder know his music. He knows what he likes but he’s also not afraid to take chances. If you’re into what he’s into, you’ll be into this podcast. Even then, his tastes are eclectic enough and the threads he chases (sometimes over the course of several episodes) can take surprising turns that you’re sure to find something each week you love that you didn’t know about and will be very glad to.

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