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They pick 'em, then talk about 'em! Join Matt Latham as he sits down with a guest to chat about an album they want to talk about. Be it an all-time favourite or an album that the guest just can't stop listening to: guaranteed positive talk about the music people love. A proud part of the We Made This podcast network.
 
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What happens when a bunch of theatre kids form an emo band, and they get obsessed with the concept with death? My Chemical Romance end up creating The Black Parade. Brianne Leeson from Today's Lucky Winner talks about how she listened to the band in secret when she was younger, the talking of darker taboo subjects surrounding death and the formatio…
 
What might be Pick A Disc's first episode on a pure Hip Hop album, Matt is joined by Elizabeth MacDuffie to discuss The Low End Theory by A Tribe Called Quest. The influence of the album, it's production and it's general sound are all talked about, alongside it's cultural relevance and how it saw the genesis of a few big named rappers. Host: Matt L…
 
Liverpool's Ed Poole talks to Matt about Manchester Orchestra's "Mean Everything to Nothing" and how Ed finds it gets better with age. They talk about Andy Hull's upbringing and how that translates into the lyrics and how that can be relatable. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Ed Poole Visit Ed's site here: https://www.edpoolemusic.com/ Follow us on Twitte…
 
Matt is picking the album again with guest host Dan O'Dell aka Heartwork to talk about blink-182's Untitled album. They discuss their history with blink-182, their role in the culture of the late 90s/early 00s, the direction the album goes in and just frankly how ace the album is in general. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Dan O'Dell Follow us on Twitter,…
 
Dipping into the 1970s Detroit music scene, Matt and guest Bill Van Veghel talk about Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band's live album "Live Bullet". They talk about the atmosphere of live music, the Detroit scene, the twenty-year nostalgia cycle and inadvertently some artists close to Matt's hometown... Host: Matt Latham Guest: Bill Van Veghel Gi…
 
Speaking about arguably one of the biggest pop albums from one of the biggest pop icons of the last couple of years, Kiara (from the Kiara Gets Drunk and Talks About Music podcast) muses on the growing talent of a new generation of artists. Kiara talks to Matt about Billie Eilish and her debut, talking about the sound, image and the impact this wil…
 
A very successful album, and one that Raymond Luu, from the Reel Asian Podcast, believes redefined the R'n'B genre. From the stories behind the songs and the discussion of the massive hit that was "Yeah", Ray and Matt deep dive on the first R'n'B album to be covered on Pick A Disc! Host: Matt Latham Guest: Raymond Luu https://lnk.bio/reelasianpodca…
 
With an over-arching story that can get quite complex alongside a demonic bicycle, Steve from the Play Your Pods Right podcast appears on the podcast to talk about Coheed and Cambria's Science Fiction epic "Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness." ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Steve Visit and listen to Play…
 
Craig Mckenzie from the Kneel Before Blog and Podcast 616 on We Made This is the guest this fortnight as he talks about how he's rediscovered and found new things in The Goo Goo Dolls' "Let Love In". Matt chats to Craig about the process of finding new meaning in songs over time, especially with the current global pandemic. Host: Matt Latham Guest:…
 
Babs from the Over/Underrated podcast is the guest this fortnight to talk about the shoegaze/indie band Autolux and their album "Future Perfect". They talk about the nature of shoegaze, the structure of the album and just what kind of mood you might need to be in to listen to them. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Babs Visit and listen to Over/Underrated! …
 
Long time friend and sometimes influencer of Matt's music taste: James Addis is the guest this episode to talk about a band that he loves, Dexys and the album "Too-Rye-Ay" which has "Come on Eileen" on it. They're the band behind that song. They talk about how underrated the band are and just how versatile and influential they are. Host: Matt Latha…
 
Back in 2015 Pick A Disc was a backdoor pilot episode on the movie podcast Pick A Flick. the guest was Lee Chrimes and the album talked about was Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' "Murder Ballads". So Lee is OG from back in the day, and he's here to talk about the David Bowie album "Outside". An interesting experimental album with a lot of stuff going o…
 
For their third album, @hindsband expanded their sound to cover more instruments and started to write in Spanish. The result is a varied and fuller sounding album than it's predecessors. Settling into a garage-pop like sound, "The Prettiest Curse" emerges as the band's best album. ⁠ Guest picks by:⁠ @newpathstohelicon from @freewiththismonthsissue⁠…
 
Bea Kristi aka Beabadoobee (@radvxz) spent her childhood surrounded by the 90s, be it movies and music. Incorporating elements of shoegaze, grunge and a little bit of dream-pop - Beabadoobee has crafted one of my favourite albums of the year. ⁠ ⁠ Guest picks by:⁠ Mark Adams from Far Too Many Pordcasts: The Birthday Massacre "Diamonds" and Space "Su…
 
An album that was unfairly snubbed for the Mercury Music Prize for silly reasons, Rina Sawayama has created a brilliant balance of the modern and throwback to the 2000s. But somehow manages to incorporate *all* of the sound from that time in one of the best albums this year. ⁠ Guest picks by:⁠ Liam from The Naughtiest Noughty - also picking this al…
 
Californian Duo Best Coast released their latest album "Always Tomorrow" at the start of this year, with a renewed sense of purpose alongside singer Bethany Cosentino's sobriety and a better positive outlook on life. The result is an album that walks the fine line of optimism and realism. Guest picks by: Leanne / Anniemusic - Aiming for Enrike - "M…
 
Previous Disc Pick-ee Dan o'Dell, aka Heartwork released an acoustic cover album of the Blink-182 record, "Enema of the State" after playing a Facebook live set of it earlier this year. It's roots are from a live set he played several years ago that I was at - and was one of the most fun sets I had the pleasure of watching. Dan has now recorded and…
 
Welcome to Pick A Disc's Best of 2020! To begin with, we have the "Wages of Fear" award given to the album discovered this year that was released in a previous year. This year that album belongs to The Manimals' "Multiverse". An album so densely packed with layers of meaning and interpretation that ten minutes of me rambling doesn't seem enough. ⁠ …
 
Matt welcomes back Meg from the Gin and Beer It podcast to talk about the soundtrack to the very divisive movie Love Actually. They talk about the movie alongside the songs, and the differences between the UK and the US release. They also talk about Christmas, as this is a Christmas special! Host: Matt Latham Guest: Meg Visit and listen to Gin and …
 
Fifty episodes young! Matt picks an album he regards as one of his top-tier favourites, Teen Girl Scientist Monthly's "Hyper Trophy". In a first for the podcast, Matt speaks to a member of the band behind the album in question! Vocalist/principal songwriter for the band, Matt Roi Berger, speaks to Matt about the genesis of the band and the songs on…
 
Helena is once again to talk about the 'lockdown jam' that Sylvan Esso's recently released album "Free Love". The album's talked about alongside the live performance as well as the way genres are named. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Helena Deakin Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com. Pick A Disc(Ord): h…
 
Dana from the "To Buy, To Let, To Murder" podcast joins Matt to talk about a movie soundtrack that shaped her music taste, even if her opinion of the movie differs a lot. With chat about what the movie is trying to represent and how it contrasts with the songs, as well as how the movie's legacy as a milestone of the early 90s clashes with the songs…
 
Leah from the She Will Rock You podcast is the guest for this episode as she and Matt talk about Paramore's second album, "Riot!" They talk about the youth of the band, a bit about Fuelled by Ramen, the amount of times Leah has listened to the album and about the track "Misery Business". Host: Matt Latham Guest: Leah (She Will Rock You) Listen to S…
 
LA Punk rockers Bad Religion are the focus of this episode of the podcast as Cerebal Jukebox host Carl Bryan talks to Matt about their first album on a major label, "Stranger Than Fiction". They discuss their role in the Punk genre and Carl's story of discovering them. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Carl Bryan Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: …
 
Matt is joined by Meg from Gin and Beer It as she talks about the debut Panic! At The Disco album "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out". They speak about the sound of the album and it's relationship with the rest of the discography and more!⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Meg Visit and listen to Gin and Beer It! https://ginandbeeritshow.com/ Follow us on Twitte…
 
A textbook in audio form, "The Race For Space" by Public Service Broadcasting is the album that Luke Winch has brought to the table today. He and Matt discuss the album's themes, the link to history and a bit about Luke's music taste in general. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Luke Winch Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at …
 
The second half of the Pretty Fly Podcast hosting team, Bo Nicholson selects an album by a band that Matt has stated on the podcast previously that he's not a fan of. So Bo took on that challenge.... Host: Matt Latham Guest: Bo Nicholson Listen to Pretty Fly! A 90s Nostalgia Podcast here: https://www.spreaker.com/show/pretty-fly Follow us on Twitte…
 
Deserving of being known for more than just "that hit" Pretty Fly's Daniel Lang talks about Fountain of Wayne's "Welcome Interstate Managers". They talk about *that* song and some of the songs on the album that deserved to be known on the same level as that song. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Daniel Lang Listen to Pretty Fly! A 90s Nostalgia Podcast her…
 
The importance of sound and recording are discussed on this episode of Pick a Disc as sound engineer Ben Peilow discusses how Thrice's four part concept multi-EP/album thingy influenced his love of sound. There's discussions on the differences of the four parts and a good chunk of discussion on live music in general. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Ben Pe…
 
Jon Porobill of the PLAY DISC podcast takes over another podcast with the word 'disc' in it to interview Matt about the album Maroon by Canadian superstars, Barenaked Ladies. They talk about the band members, Steven Page's leaving, seeing them live and a few of the songs on the album. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Jon Porobill Listen to PLAY DISC here…
 
Growing up, failed revolutions, grief and...um, carrier bags are all in this episode of the podcast as Matt speaks to Kez Parvin of the 2P's in a Pod podcast to talk about Frank Turner's second album: "Love Ire and Song" Host: Matt Latham Guest: Kez Parvin Listen to 2P's in a Pod here: https://2ppodcast.com/ Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagr…
 
Like scrap books and photo albums of moments in time, greatest hits and compilations are the target of conversation between Matt and his guest Ian Garfield. The album? Negotiations and Love Songs by Paul Simon. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Ian Garfield Visit: www.iangarfield.co.uk Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pi…
 
Completing the We Dig Music trilogy is Ian Clarke, who brings forth the influential third album from Swedish punk band Refused. They talk about the nature of the album, the direction and sound of the songs and it's impact. They also muse on what exactly makes music "punk" and talk about the mentality behind that label. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Ian …
 
Solo albums, New York and even more stuff is covered on this edition of Pick a Disc as Hannah from the How Not To Be An Idiot podcast joins to talk about The Strokes' debut Is This It. The conversation goes into it's impact and it's sound and even on the artwork. (If you're looking at it on the bus, then sorry!) Host: Matt Latham Guest: Hannah from…
 
A departure from the sound of their first album, Scottish band Idlewild came back with a more much mature, mellower sound with "100 Broken Windows". Singer AnnieMusic and Matt discuss Roddy Woomble's knack for a chorus, the blending of several influences and seeing them live. Host: Matt Latham Guest: AnnieMusic Listen to Mondegreen here: https://he…
 
Mark Adams of the Life's Milestones podcast and Don't Say The C Word turns up with a 90s classic album in the form of The Prodigy's "The Fat of the Land". Host: Matt Latham Guest: Mark Adams You can follow We Dig Music below: https://www.spreaker.com/show/we-dig-music Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gma…
 
White Zombie's "Astro Creep 2000" has followed Colin for the majority of his life as it's "The Best Album Ever". Colin and Matt talk about metal and the sound of the album as Matt's not too familiar with the genre, It also appears to soundtrack trips to Ikea. Why? Give it a listen and find out. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Colin from WeDigMusic You can…
 
Jon Porobil from the Play Disc Podcast appears on the podcast to discuss Dan Bern's 1997 self-titled debut! They talk about Bern's song-writing style, song length, what happened to him later on and much, much more! Host: Matt Latham Guest: Jon Porobil Listen to Play Disc here: https://playdisc.fireside.fm/ Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram…
 
One third of the (newly part of the We Made This network) We Dig Music podcast, Tracy B talks to Matt about the third Scud Mountain Boys' album "Massachusetts". They talk about the songwriting, Joe Pernice and inter connectivity in songs. There's also a game played at the start. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Tracy B You can follow We Dig Music below: ht…
 
Matt is in the guest seat again! This time he talks to Without A Mouse's Tim Henton about The Postal Service's "Give Up." Alongside talk on the album, they also talk about side projects and those that might be better than the main projects. ⁠ Host: Matt Latham Guest: Tim Henton Listen to WithoutAMouse here: https://www.spreaker.com/show/without-a-m…
 
Kaley is back to talk about Vanessa Carlton's second album and the controversy that killed it. They discuss the songs, Vanessa's "place" in the music scene at the time and what happened when Kaley saw her in 2005, Also, Matt does a dramatic reading of rap lyrics. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Kaley Roberts Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @Pi…
 
Back yet again for a THIRD time, Helena Deakin talks about Caroline Polachek's 2019 "Pang". They'll talk about the usual things: songs, songwriting, Caroline etc. etc. There's even a bit about Matt dancing on Instagram stories you can easily skip. We'll wait. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Helena Deakin You can follow Helena on Instagram: @hel.grace. Fol…
 
We're back! After a break and some slight deviations due to milestones and Christmas Matt is back to talk albums! This fortnight we welcome back Tony Black to talk about the Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Soundtrack! Full of late 60s rock, Tony and Matt talk about it's relationship with the film and soundtracks in general. THERE ARE NO SPOILERS FOR …
 
York based Indie-pop band Teen Girl Scientist Monthly are our top album of 2019. Lots of upbeat sounding songs with gang-vocal chants and just plain fun. Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: WeBuyRecords Podcast! http://www.spreaker.com/show/we-buy-records Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com. Join th…
 
GIRLI is the name of Milley Toovey's genre-warping musical project that covers all sorts of genres like rap, dance, pop, punk, riotgrrl and even poetry. Odd One Out is an album that offers a snapshot of what she's capable of. Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Simon from the Giddy Carousel of Pop: https://www.spreaker.com/show/giddypoppod Ian from W…
 
The PickADisc supergroup that is made of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes released this concept album in January of this year (days after we recorded the Phoebe episode) and it turned out to be a match made in music heaven. Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Tracey B from the WeDigMusic Podcast! https://www.wedigpodcasts.com/new-blog …
 
New day, new album! Massachusetts Punk band Potty Mouth is next up with their awesome sounding pop-punk album "SNAFU". Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Christ Stachiw of the One Season Show Colin from WeDigMusic! https://www.wedigpodcasts.com/new-blog Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @PickADisc. Email us at pickadisc@gmail.com. Join the…
 
Please - you know this is going to be full of silly names. First up, Matt picks "Family Mammal" by Brighton/Bury St Edmunds trio Gaffa Tape Sandy! High octane rock that feels like it's influenced by a load of Matt's favourite bands! Host: Matt Latham Guest picks by: Tim Henton from Without A Mouse: https://www.spreaker.com/show/without-a-mouse Foll…
 
IT'S CHRIIIIIISTMAAAAAAAAAASSSS!! Colin from WeDigMusic is back once again with a playlist of gifts in song form to go through as he and Matt talk about Christmas music. Host: Matt Latham Guest: Colin from WeDigMusic You can follow Colin's ventures below: https://www.wedigpodcasts.com/ https://drivenlikethesnow.bandcamp.com/ Follow us on Twitter, F…
 
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