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Apologies and Discoveries

Patrick Burnette By

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The boys aren't called bastards for nothing and sometimes they can be hard on unfamiliar musicians. This episode they are pleased to revisit two artists whose earlier projects got rough treatment but whose new releases tickle a bastard's fancy. At the same time, they discuss two artists brand new to the show and like their releases as well. What are the odds? (Seriously, we don't know. We're both bad at math.) Pop matters wanders from Urge Overkill (the most hated band from Chicago for a while there) to Iggy Pop (David Bowie's scariest friend for a while there).

Playlist

  • Discussion of GRID's album Decomposing Force (Self Produced) 2:15
  • Discussion of Sasha Mashin's album Happy Synapse (Rainy Day Records) 19:00
  • Discussion of Nuphar Fey's album Serenity Island (Hypnote) 33:30
  • Discussion of Charles Pillow's album Chamber Jazz (Summit) 47:00
  • Pop Matters 59:30

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