If there was a definitive discography of classic albums, what should be in it? Host Mark Fraser from The Curator Podcast, and titans of Glasgow music/co-hosts David Weaver from Detour and Chris Cusack from Bloc, discuss and dissect perceived classic albums to decide which albums would make this list. Then, after we've talked it to death, we turn it over to you to decide once and for all via a handy poll. Cast your vote on our Facebook page and let's celebrate unsung classics.
Episode 192 - Origin of Symmetry by Muse w/ Fran and Babs from Over/underrated music podcast (Side A)
Our new pals Fran and Babs from Over/underrated music podcast join us in part one of this EPICE two parter on Muse. In part one we talk about the craziness of Matt Bellamy and ask who said it: Matt or Alex Jones?
Episode 191 - Dreams in the Rat House by Shannon and the Clams /w Anna Goldthorp
Our good pal Anna Goldthorp returns and takes us on a journey into the 60s garage rock revival scene with Shannon and the Clams’ third album Dreams in the Rat House. We also chat about much, much more besides…
Episode 190 - Houdini by Long Fin Killie w/ Kapil Seshasayee
We welcome our friend and musician Kapil Seshasayee this week as we talk about the debut album by little known Scottish post rock band Long Fin Killie.
Episode 189 - Tinderbox by Siouxsie and the Banshees w/ Ryan Schaff from The Broken Record Player Podcast
It’s a crossover! We asked on Ryan Schaff from the awesome Broken Record Player Podcast to pick an album he felt was an unsung classic. He picked Tinderbox by Siouxsie and the Banshee. What a choice!
Episode 188 - Stubborn Persistent Illusions by Do Make Say Think w/ Vicki Henry
Vicki returns this week to talk to us about the lush post-rock soundscapes of Do Make Say Think, and submits their seventh album, Stubborn Persistent Illusions, for inclusion in our canon of classics.
Episode 187 - Calling Out of Context by Arthur Russell
Arthur Russell didn’t release a whole lot of music in his career, but he sure did record a bunch. This week Dave chooses Calling Out of Context, the first posthumous compilation of his work. Join us in exploring his strange musical world.
Got into them after they covered I am forever by traindodge and stayed cause these guys banter is great! Keep it up !
Come for the music, stay for the nazi history
Cointelpro, turner diaries, and multiple National Fronts. It’s all here, it’s mostly white, and you may just expand your musical horizons in the process
you guys pick some -very- good albums to discuss, wish I could understand you a little more - being from in the dead middle of america - but that's an issue I can put up with! 10/10