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Bob and Mike play songs from Bronwynne Brent, Beautify Junkyards, The Broken Family Band, Sam Dees, Cheap Trick, and Wingtip Sloat. Mike makes the case for a particular song by Cheap Trick as the blueprint for what Nirvana became, and Bob highlights new music from Portugal.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Extemporaneous discussion that led to many extra songs being played, including songs by Vini Reilly's first band The Nosebleeds, current 4AD stars Big Thief, and extra songs from hip hop precursors The Watts Prophets and current Brooklyn politico punks Straw Man Army. Other artists include Vini Reilly's landmark group Durutti Column, Louisville mus…
 
Chicago-based illustrator Dmitry Samarov joins Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan to play and discuss tracks from Azita, Sexores, Cheater Slicks, The Nightingales, Little Walter, Mute Duo, Numbers, Marie Et Les Garcons, and The Sneetches. Topics for discussion include first jobs after college, publishing your own book, driving cabs, and seeing live mus…
 
Fred Thomas joins Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan to talk Detroit music, live music, and recording music on the night before Thanksgiving. Along with a couple songs by Fred, there were songs from Funkadelic, Galen, Sung Water, Dr. Pete Larson and His Cytotoxic Nyatiti Band, Boldy James & Sterling Toles, Roachclip, 10cc, Oh-OK, Evan Parker & John Wie…
 
Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan discuss the early mystery around Pavement, going to shows in the late '80s, and play music from Beth Orton, Funkadelic, Dumptruck, Les Savy Fav, Eric Dimmack & Sonny Cole, and Oppenheimer Analysis.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike feature the work of Chris Rowley, playing songs from both Huggy Bear and his new band Adulkt Life, as well as a couple from punk legends The Adverts, and tracks from The Fugs, Daniel Romano Outfit, Katy J Pearson, and disco pioneer Bohannon. Discussions include the politics of scenes and the time Bob was tour manager for The Frumpies a…
 
Bob and Mike play a series of new releases from Lydia Loveless, MG Clark, Ezra Feinberg, and Dave Schoonderbeek, plus some older classics as well, and Mike discusses music that was very important to his late brother, Fred.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike play four songs(!) from the Texas punk band The Big Boys, and discuss songs from Alternative TV, The Rance Allen Group, Wendy Eisenberg, Black Bananas, Lemonheads, and Lord Brynner and The Shieks. They also go into rants about the current election results, the political climate, and hoe the democrats completely fucked up the election.…
 
Bob and Mike tell stories about Halloween, David Grubbs, Mike McGonigal, Sean Nelson, and finding music in the pre-internet 1980s. plus they play songs from New Radiant Storm King, Peter Prescott, Amanda Palmer, and more.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike discuss current protest music and play Berry Blacc & Angel Bat Dawid's "George Floyd" along side a throwback protest classic from Gil Scott-Heron and a current song from Bob Vylan. They also discuss their experiences with white privilege and tracks from Altin Gün, Fila Brazillia, Dead Famous People, and The Geraldine Fibbers.…
 
Bob and Mike talk about the curious disappearance of Connie Converse, play the smooth sounds of Connie Constance, juxtapose it with the loud rock of Tropical Fuck Storm, the frenetic punk of Fire Engines, the anti-folk of Kimya Dawson, and the chill vibe of Noga Erez & Rousso.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
The music of Portland legend Fred Cole is celebrated with The Weeds and Dead Moon, plus Black Panther activist Elaine Brown, garage punk legend Link Wray, the dance music of A Certain Ratio, quirky pop from Pictish Trail, and some beautiful music from Le Ren. Plus Bob and Mike hit on a theme for an upcoming show.…
 
Bob plays three completely different artists (Lady Saw, Daikaiju, Cows) who all share the common theme of putting on incredible and controversial live shows, while Mike plays songs from the father/daughter duo of Rufus and Carla Thomas, as well as a couple songs from Fred Thomas (no relation).By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
The tribute to Robert Quine continues, with three songs where he plays guitar. Quine's guitar work is featured on songs from Andre Williams, Matthew Sweet, and Tom Waits. Meanwhile, Bob plays lo-fi indie rock from The Healthy Home, Peruvian garage rock from Los York's, and Japanese Krautrock from Minami Deutsch.…
 
Bob and Mike play classics from Richard Hell & The Voidoids, Traffic Sound, and Swamp Dogg, as well as a couple beautiful songs from current artists Jessica Pratt and Tiny Ruins (Hollie Fullbrook). Bob also plays a Bolivian folk music classic from Los Kjarkas, as well as The Sun City Girls' cover from their classic Torch Of The Mystics LP.…
 
Special guest host Erik Bartlam joins Bob and Mike to discuss record collecting, Junior Kimbrough's juke joint, and plenty of other topics including playing and discussing songs from Chrome, R.L. Burnside, The Melvins, The Hunches, The Hospitals , the Country Westerns, Lido Pimienta, Remember Sports, and Brothers Johnson.…
 
Bob and Mike jump all over the globe, withe songs from Germany (Sibylle Baier), Japan (High Rise), United Kingdom (Scissor Fits), Cameroon (Charly Kingson), Canada (Shakura S'Aida), and San Francisco (Romeo Void). A fun distraction to more serious events happening around the world in June 2020.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Guest host Tracy Wilson (of Dahlia Seed and Positive No) joins Bob and Mike to play French pop from Charlotte Leslie, a Peel session track from '70s mods New Hearts, and Swedish indie punks Love Is All. Meanwhile Bob and Mike play tracks from The Records, Trouble Funk, Naked Raygun, Scritti Politti, Trash Kit, and The Weather Prophets. Other topics…
 
Erin Osmon, author of the book Jason Molina: Riding with the Ghost, joins Bob and Mike to discuss Jason's work and legacy, plus play his cover of a Tammy Wynette song. They also play and discuss songs from Norma Tanega, Eddie Suzuki, Willie Wright, Caetano Veloso, Max Romeo and the Upsetters, Guantanamo Baywatch, Francis the Great, Overwhelming Col…
 
Bob and Mike jump around the world, playing and discussing Foundars 15 (from Nigeria), Los Saicos (from Peru), The Ocean Party (from Australia), Songs: Ohia, Slant 6, and Kilkenny Cats (from the States). Bob also compares The Grateful Dead to The Meat Puppets.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Guest host Lucy Arnell plays country legend, her friend Jackie Cohen, and some band called The Beatles. Bob and Mike riff on the Hoboken scene with The Feelies, Yung Wu, and Yo La Tengo, plus play songs from Shadow Show, AZITA, Tom Barrett, Jessie Mae Hemphill, and THICK.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Emil Amos (of Grails, Om, Holy Sons, Drifter's Sympathy) joins Bob and Mike to discuss the impact of college radio in the '90s, four-track recording, the Ajax catalog, and nearly getting arrested in Australia, plus songs from Reagan Youth, Bumcello, Jim Shepard, Two Dollar Guitar and more.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan celebrate music from reggae legend Junior Murvin, Scottish avant garde icon Ivor Cutler, Sacramento indie rockers Tiger Trap, plus play songs from New Zealand's This Sporting Life, Mali's Alkibar Junior, and Los Angeles' Midnight Sister. They also discuss riot grrrl pioneers Bratmobile and why tail swishing is a bad s…
 
Bob and Mike feature the music of Adrian Borland and his band The Sound, along with Brazilian rock legends Os Mutantes, Portland band Dear Nora, Oakland post-punk artists The World, Virginia indie band Borrowed Beams of Light, and Bristol punk band Glaxo Babies.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
A doubleheader! After taking a 20-minute break when episode 110 ended, Bob and Mike hit record on episode 111. This one starts and ends with jazz legends (Manu Dibango, Alice Coltrane), features four tracks from Stiff Little Fingers' incendiary debut LP, a house track by two guys from Bob's old Pavement days (Momma Gravy), and a couple bands who ca…
 
In the first of two episodes recorded on the same day, Bob and Mike share their favorite songs from New Orleans soul legend Irma Thomas and Yorkshire indie rockers Boyracer, plus play a song from seminal no wave band Theoretical Girls, which started the music careers of Glenn Branca and Wharton Tiers.…
 
A diverse mix featuring country singer Laura Cantrell and her former indie rock band Bricks, with Mac McCaughan (later of Superchunk), plus South American bands The Paintings and RAKTA, hip hop pioneers The Sequence, a live track from The Paul Bley Trio, and a couple tracks from Philly punks Taiwan Housing Project.…
 
York anti-folk artist Mark Wynn gets three songs played, plus Bob and Mike play '70s Chicago soul/funk from Boscoe, indie rock from Paul K & The Weathermen, psychedelic rock from Thee Oh Sees, modern classical from Clair Omar Musser, and a couple live tracks from The Magnetic Fields. Also Bob talks about summer music festivals in Europe and another…
 
A special episode devoted to the life, words, and music of David Cloud Berman. David's songs are played throughout his career on Drag City, first with Silver Jews and later Purple Mountains, including a live recording. Bob Nastanovich, founding member of Silver Jews, also tells stories about the David he knew as a friend, his songs, and how many of…
 
Bob and Mike play tracks from Louisiana legend Clifton Chenier, indie rockers Game Theory, Th' Faith Healers, Phantom Tollbooth, and The dBs, plus powerhouse soul from The Exciters, and two tracks from NYC hobo legend Moondog. Diversions include the legacy of Arhoolie Records and the influence of REM as tastemakers who exposed a whole generation to…
 
The world premiere of the new 7' from Crooked Torus, plus a rare live song from Lucinda Williams, a couple tracks from The Bevis Frond, Les Negresses Vertes, Plastic Bertrand, Major Stars, and another rare live track from Camberwell Now, plus Bob and Mike go on a diversion about French punk rock.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
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