13 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 #684

    Too Much Rock Podcast #684

    Podcast #684 makes no sense thanks to Sex Mex, MC5, Mary Timony, Matthew Sweet, Abe Partridge, Dan Bern, & Ungfell.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #683

    Too Much Rock Podcast #683

    Podcast #683 is something old, something new, and something kind of blue as we visit w/ Lorne Behrman, Eggs on Mars, Ducks Ltd., Gentleman Jesse, Class, Civic, The Sleeveens, & Bill Evans Trio.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #682

    Too Much Rock Podcast #682

    Podcast #682 is a quick 30-minute journey to somewhere good w/ The Chisel, Dust Star, J. Robbins, The Prize, Chinese Telephones, The Roseline, Torres, & The Mountain Goats.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #681

    Too Much Rock Podcast #681

    Podcast #681 is what happens when I get new records from Gruff Rhys, Hero No Hero, The Laughing Chimes, Green Day, Perilous, Sleater-Kinney, Smile, & The Cure.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #680

    Too Much Rock Podcast #680

    Podcast #680 searches for power pop perfection w/ new records from The Crocodiles, Nick Frater, The Umbrellas, The Tubs, Nite Sobs, Uni Boys, Rick White, Caleb Nichols, & Wimps.

    Too Much Rock Podcast #679

    Too Much Rock Podcast #679

    Podcast #679 brings a potpourri of pleasure thanks to The Pandoras, The Lemon Twigs, Raspberries, Guided By Voices, In the Pines, Of Tree, & A Momentary Lapse Of Happiness.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

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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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