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Episode 29: Foreign Film Star

A project apart for Jamie Reaume of Cowboys in Cardigans, it’s an atmospheric rock record called quite appropriately, The Moon Landing. One part complex and psychedelic instrumentals, one part late 90’s sexy slimy alt rock, it’s absolutely worth the trip. Jess and Dylan explore themes of depression and anxiety, and also Ridley Scott’s impossibly positive “The Martian.” Get in the loop and don’t forget to bring your friends to our showcase June 30th at the Hideout!

Episode 20: The Consumer Goods and In The City (w/ JW Blakeley and Phill Hood)!

Whew! It’s a big one folks. But Jess promises it’s worth it. JW takes us behind the curtain on Tyler Shipley’s political indie pop outfit and its rotation of musicians, and sheds light on the upcoming gossamer-pop In the City tunes yet to be released (yay sneak peek!). Phill Hood, JW’s longtime bandmate and front man for Phill Hood and the !! stuck around to make JW blush by comparing his melodic bass style to Paul McCartney. If you want giggles, anecdotes, and two very different records to get into, this is the one. Get in the loop! SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AT THE END!!!!