THE LATEST EPISODES:
#112 - Charli XCX, The Lumineers, Metronomy
Reviews: "Charli" by Charli XCX, "III" by The Lumineers, and "Metronomy Forever" by Metronomy.
The Charli review. Sorry Azealia Banks, Truth Hurts. The III review. A charity supported by Jay Z and the NFL has a cringey, racist past. The Metronomy Forever review, and a pro-Kremlin rapper qualifies himself for the Offset Noted Little Bitch award.
#111 - Post Malone, Moon Boots, Mahalia
Reviews: "Hollywood's Undead" by Post Malone, "Bimini Road" by Moon Boots, and "LOVE AND COMPROMISE" by Mahalia.
Nicki Minaj: Retirement of publicity ploy. Lil Nas X vs Kevin Hart. The Hollywood's Bleeding review. Azelia Banks calls Lizzo out. The Bimini Road review. A$AP Rocky's swedish lawyer is shot, and the backstory is incredibly strange. The LOVE AND COMPROMISE review. Fetty Wap gets arrested in Vegas, Morrisey free-speeched himself into empty concerts, and Tekashi 6ix9ine sends his former manager to prison.
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#110 - Lana Del Rey, TOOL, !!!
Reviews: "Norman Fucking Rockwell!" by Lana Del Rey, "Fear Inoculum" by Tool, and "Wallop" by !!!.
New singles: "Rewind/Shallow End" by Neil Frances, and "She Plays Bass" by Beabadoobee.
The MTV VMA's are more irrelevant than ever, but Missy Elliot made a great point while protestors outside the event demanded clean drinking water in their city. The Norman Fucking Rockwell review. We told you not to listen to Taylor Swift or Young Thug, but y'all did anyways. Pusha T targets America's 3 strikes law. The Fear Inoculum review. Jay Z stands to make even more money off of his NFL deal, and Meek Mill clears his record once more. The Wallop review. Killer Mike sits down with Bernie Sanders again, Travis Scott has a new documentary on Netflix, and Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor gets a surprise Country Music Award nomination.
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Music is one of the most fundamental parts of life. So why isn't anyone talking about it that way?
Every Sunday, Sean and Dan deliver your no-B.S. look at the week in music: what everyone is listening to, what everyone should be listening to, and all of the news, reviews, and commentary in between.
Dan is a video journalist and producer by day, and naturally, uses music as escapism from the daily hustle. He comes from a long line of musicians, and plays almost 10 instruments (though never on command). Sean is a semi-pro triathlete who, when not running, swimming, or cycling the world in spandex, can be found in front of his piano playing classical concertos. His mind is a vast collection of information on all things music, Formula 1, and anti-neoliberal snark.