Episode 25: Channel Orange, Raise Vibration, Journey through The Secret Life of Plants (wsg Evan Asher)


EPISODE 25

It’s a hot and cold new episode of SoSnSbSb with friend of the show Evan Asher!

We’re kicking it off with Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange.

Next up it’s a funky new serving of Lenny Kravitz’ Raise Vibration.

After that it’s cut from Evan’s collection: Journey Through “The Secret Life of Plants” by Stevie Wonder.

To cool it off, we crack a Deschutes’ Scwartzbier (a Tim Gossack collab.)

It's SoSnSbSb!


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

Episode 24: Prolonging the Magic, American Football, Rock Spectacle, and Jagged Little Pill (wsg Mandy Elane & Matt Harper)


EPISODE 24

Mandy and Matt from Another Episode Podcast join us for a 90's spectacular!

First, we're Prolonging the Magic of the 90's, with Cake's third album.

Next, Andrew brings in the newest sounds of twenty years ago with American Football's American Football.

After that, Matt livens it up Barenaked Ladies' first live album, Rock Spectacle.

Finally, we wash it all down with Mandy's prescription: Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill.

It's SoSnSbSb!


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

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