Episode 23: Weezer (The Blue Album), Art of Love, and Violent Femmes (1983) (wsg Mitch Borden)


EPISODE 23

This episode: Mitch Borden joins the guys all the way from Naknek, Alaska!

First, we're looking back on Weezer's freshman effort, Weezer (The Blue Album).

Next, we're reviewing Cory Henry and the Funk Apostles' Art of Love.

After that, Mitch is pitching the Violent Femmes' self titled debut.

And, of course, we drink a beer to honor Mitch's voices' journey from Alaska. 

It's SoSnSbSb!


A few days before we recorded this, Kalamazoo suffered from a holiday...
— Andrew J. Pytel

Note from Andrew


Note from Andrew

We're taking a brief midsummer vacation following our First Anniversary celebration!

We'll be back next week with an all-new SoSnSbSb!


A few days before we recorded this, Kalamazoo suffered from a holiday...
— Andrew J. Pytel

Episode 22: Songs from the Big Chair, Coping Mechanisms, and Choose Your Weapon (wsg Shai-Li)


EPISODE 22

Summer is still sizzlin', so we've got a cool new episode of SoSnSbSb for your enjoyment.

Nick takes us back to the 80's with Tears for Fear's Songs from the Big Chair.

With Shai-Li in the studio, we're all talking about her debut EP Coping Mechanisms.

Revealing some of her influence and passion, Shai-Li lets us borrow Hiatus Kaiyote's Choose Your Weapon.

Come play with us...

It's SoSnSbSb!


A few days before we recorded this, Kalamazoo suffered from a holiday...
— Andrew J. Pytel

Episode 21: Greetings from Ashbury Park, N.J., Medicaid Fraud Dogg, and Much Afraid (wsg Andrew Horowitz)


EPISODE 21

On an exciting new SoSnSbSb, we've got one hell of a professional guest. Producer / musician / all-around industry talent Andrew Horowitz is here!

You may know him from Tally Hall. You've most certainly heard his work on John Legend's Love in the Future. Today you can also know him from this podcast!

We're talking Bruce Springsteen, Parliament, and Jars of Clay. 

And, of course, we're keeping it cool with a refreshing Brooklyn Summer Ale.

It's SoSnSbSb!


A few days before we recorded this, Kalamazoo suffered from a holiday...
— Andrew J. Pytel