Episode 19: Absolution, Boarding House Reach, and Lucky Leaves (wsg Evan "Medium E" Asher)


EPISODE 19

Evan "Medium E" Asher joins us in the studio for a rip-roaringly fun episode of SoSnSbSb. Andrew reflects fondly upon Muse's 2003 effort, Absolution. Nick and the gang react to Jack White's newest, Boarding House Reach. Later on, Evan shares the outlandish sounds of Krill's Lucky Leaves.

Come kick it with us on an all new SoSnSbSb!


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

Episode 18: Dear Science, I'll be Your Girl, and God in Three Persons (wsg Trevor DePew)


EPISODE 18

Things continue to be weird here at SoSnSbSb in an episode that Andrew describes as "It's really funny. But it's also not really what the podcast is supposed to be. But that's okay as long as it normally is what it is I guess."

Old: Dear Science - TV on the Radio

New: I'll be Your Girl - The Decemberists

Borrowed: God in Three Persons - The Residents

Brewed: Oberon Ale - Bell's Beer Inc.

 

It's a weirder, newer SoSnSbSb!


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

Episode 17: A Wolf in the Doorway, American Utopia, and Negative Capability... Try It! wsg Erik Hart


EPISODE 17

Things start to get weird this week at SoSnSbSb. Andrew wants you to chill out and listen to A Wolf in the Doorway by The Ballroom Thieves. Nick loves Talking Heads, but how does he feel about David Byrne's new album American Utopia? Lastly, Erik Hart (aka Erik Nervous) shows us some of his inspiration via Negative Capability... Try It! by The Urinals.

 

It's a weird, new SoSnSbSb!


If this album came on, I would not be offended
— Erik Hart

Episode 16: The Bends, Little Dark Age, and Flood Network (wsg Mark Glick)


EPISODE 16

Mark Glick (@anxietymachine, AJJ) joined us from across the country this week to share some witticisms, some mysticisms, and some criticisms. Nick is getting sued by Thom Yorke for loving The Bends too much. Andrew is not moved by MGMT's Little Dark Age. Mark's album du jour is Katie Dey's Flood Network, which you'll have to hear for yourself.

 

Welcome back to SoSnSbSb!


We were doing so well!
— Reeder