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Hallyujuku

Petey Rave & Brandon Cooper

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A simple tagline: Anything But Anime. Hallyujuku is a show about East Asian Pop Culture starring a pair of non-Asian goofballs. Petey Rave and Brandon Cooper (aka King Kaz) will cover everything from Music, Dramas, Food, and more with an honest and, at times, un-P.C. approach.
 
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In this episode, we have a friend of the show, Matthew “Squigglez” Walton, back to introduce the gang to the legendary Chick Corea and his 1976 album “My Spanish Heart.” What did the gang think of this fascinating Jazz Fusion classic? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the pla…
 
In this episode, Drew brings in one of the newest offerings from DC ska-punk aficionados Kill Lincoln in their 2020 release “Can’t Complain.” What did the guys think of this shining example of ska’s continued prominence? Hit play and find out! Check out the album on Kill Lincoln’s Bandcamp. Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow alo…
 
In this episode, we have our easiest album to discuss in one of Canada’s greatest export, Rush, and their 1981 release, Moving Pictures. What did the gang think of this…oh, who am I kidding? You know we loved it! Hit play and find out why? Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without epis…
 
In this episode, David introduces the crew to rising Cleveland-born singer-songwriter Cautious Clay and his debut studio album “Deadpan Love.” What did the team think of this modern R&B release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes. Audio Intro: Jah…
 
In this episode, Petey brings one of Miami New Times' "Ten Miami Bands to Watch Out For in 2021" in The Smoogies. The crew discusses their debut album "Planet Smoogies." What did the gang think of this fascinating genre-bending jazz concoction? Hit play and find out! Check out the album on The Smoogies' Bandcamp. Watch us record every Wednesday liv…
 
In this episode, Drew brought the latest album by Canadian R&B superstar The Weeknd, the 2020 mega-hit “After Hours.” What did the guys think of this monumental pop juggernaut? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You O…
 
In this episode, Brett brings in one of the biggest hit albums from legendary parody maestro “Weird Al” Yankovic, the 1988 release “Even Worse.” What did the gang think of Weird Al’s humorous take on modern music and pop culture at the time? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get …
 
In this episode, David brings the group one of the latest from English singer/songwriter Jem Godfrey’s project supergroup Frost*. The crew discusses their 2021 album release “Day and Age.” What did the gang think of this fascinating Prog offering? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify…
 
In this episode, Petey brings back his favourite Korean indie artist in Love X Stereo and their 2021 release “Xennials.” What did the crew think of this latest from one of the show’s faves? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes. Audio Intro: Jahzzar …
 
In this episode, Drew brings in the hugely successful trio of songwriting siblings AJR and their latest release, the 2021 release “OK Orchestra.” What did the gang think of this huge indie-pop release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes. Audio Int…
 
In this episode, Brett gets us all mixed up with Nebraska-born, Los Angeles-based 90’s rockers 311 and their 1995 self-titled album. What did the guys think of this once-ubiquitous rap-rock release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes. Audio Intro:…
 
In this episode, David brings us a challenge to our expectations of what a guitar can do in the form of Berried Alive. The crew discusses the project’s 2020 release, “Fuego.” What did the guys think of their latest foray into the world of djent? Hit play and find out! Check out the album on Berried Alive's Bandcamp Watch us record every Wednesday l…
 
This week, Petey brings us some New York City Afro-Punk with The 1865’s 2019 album “Don’t Tread On We!” What did the crew think of this 90’s-inspired passionate release? Hit play and find out! Check out the album on The 1865’s Bandcamp Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes…
 
This week, Drew takes us back to 2004 and the culmination of buzz around a prolific Chicago hip-hop producer finally getting to show what he can do on the mic. Yes, the crew discusses Kanye West’s debut album “The College Dropout.” What did the gang think about the “Old Kanye?” Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. …
 
This week, Brett brings the heavy metal with his pick of the legendary Iron Maiden’s breakthrough 1982 release “The Number of the Beast.” What did the crew think of the foundational headbanger opus? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get the playlist without episodes. Audio Intro:…
 
Gather the lads; this week’s episode is right proper! David brings the crew the debut of London rapper AJ Tracey, the aptly-titled 2019 album “AJ Tracey.” What did the crew think of the UK M.C.’s mix of the classic and modern? Hit play and bloody find out, mate! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Get th…
 
In this episode, Petey brings an album that wasn’t from the early music career of prolific screen and voice actor Cree Summer. The crew discusses her previous band Subject To Change’s unreleased 1993 record, “Womb Amnesia.” What did the gang think of this genre-bending non-release? How stupid was Capitol Records for not releasing this? Hit play and…
 
In this episode, Drew brings in the follow-up album from Manchester’s own Pale Waves. The gang discusses the delayed-to-2021 release “Who Am I?.” What did the guys think of this shift in style and musical influence? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw Y…
 
In this episode, Brett takes us back to the world of late eighties hard rock. The crew discusses the debut album of LA rock star troupe Guns N’ Roses, “Appetite For Destruction.” What did the guys think of this classic ode to self-indulgence? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Aud…
 
This week, we get taken on a journey by David’s pick of former Porcupine Tree leader Steven Wilson’s latest solo release, “THE FUTURE BITES.” What did the gang think of this genre-blending poignant release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV …
 
This week, Petey is back into his K-Pop groove as he introduces the crew to his current favorite girl group Dreamcatcher. The gang discusses their 2020 full-length release “Dystopia: The Tree of Language.” What did everybody think of this rock-tinged pop release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along wi…
 
This week, the gang takes a look at Drew’s pick of Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino’s ambitious sophomore release “Because The Internet.” What did the crew think of this creative, introspective concept hip-hop release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I…
 
In this episode, Brett brings the dulcet tones of soon-to-be “Smokey and the Bandit” star Jerry Reed and his 1970 release “Georgia Sunshine.” What did the gang think of this rambunctious Country release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Vid…
 
This week, we get retro with David’s pick of retrowave producer and artist Rain Sword and his 2019 release “Ten.” What did the gang think of these throwback sounds? Hit play and find out! Check out Rain Sword’s Soundcloud. Support Rain Sword on Bandcamp. Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: J…
 
In this episode, we return to discuss Petey’s selection of Korean post-rock outfit Jambinai and their latest album, “ONDA.” What did the crew think of this traditional instrument infused experimental release? Hit play and find out! Check out the album on Jambinai’s Bandcamp. Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch. Follow along with us on Sp…
 
This week, Drew brings us an offering from one of the 2000s’ most prominent bands to be assigned the “emo” label, My Chemical Romance. The gang discusses their ambitious 2010 release, “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.” What did the gang think of this concept album release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday …
 
This week, Brett brings the debut of the consistently great Foo Fighters in the 1995 self-titled release. What did the crew think of Dave Grohl’s cathartic musical release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame Drivers - Frozen …
 
This week, David brings us another prog mainstay in the Steven Wilson-led project Porcupine Tree and their 2002 release “In Absentia.” What did the crew think of this progressive rock offering? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: L…
 
This week, Petey takes the crew back to Korea again with the passionate K-Indie duo Billy Carter. The gang discusses their freshly-released 2020 release “Don’t Push Me”. What did the group think of this emotionally charged rockin’ release? Hit play and find out! Check this album out on Billy Carter’s Bandcamp Watch us record every Wednesday live on…
 
This week, Drew brings in one of the fastest rising artists from the Cleveland, Ohio area, Machine Gun Kelly. The crew discusses his foray into pop-punk, 2020’s “Tickets To My Downfall.” What did the crew think of MGK’s attempt at a genre shift? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. A…
 
This week, Brett brings one of the mainstays of every public speaker everywhere in the mid-2000s in The Killers’ hit debut album “Hot Fuss.” What did the crew think of this pop-rock radio juggernaut? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video In…
 
This week, David brings us another player in the greater Vaporwave game in Australian producer Tupperwave. We discuss what is purportedly their final album in the freshly released “Marina II.” What did the crew think of this well-produced swan song? Hit play and find out! Check out the album on Tupperwave’s Bandcamp. Watch us record every Wednesday…
 
This week, we keep Matt around for one more episode as Petey brings back the group that the former brought to the show under their original name Dixie Chicks. The gang takes a look at The Chicks’ deeply-personal 2020 release “Gaslighter.” What did the guys think of this musical airing of grievances? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wedn…
 
This week, our special guest, Drew, brings the latest from legendary outspoken hip-hop duo Run The Jewels, their aptly-titled fourth album “RTJ4”. What did the crew think of this emotionally-charged rap release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On…
 
This week, Matt brings the crew an album that had him so curious of its contents that he ordered a CD copy from someone on eBay just to be able to bring it on the show. That album is The Sextet of Orchestra U.S.A.’s presentation of “Theatre Music of Kurt Weill” with a guest appearance by legendary Jazz musician Eric Dolphy. What did the gang think …
 
This week, Brett brings us an icon of Jazz guitar, Kenny Burrell, and his 1963 album “Midnight Blue”. What did the crew think of this academically classic Jazz hit? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame Drivers - Frozen Egg Outr…
 
This week, David takes things down an unconventional path. The crew discusses Los Angeles noise duo Pedestrian deposit and their 2019 release “Dyers’ Hands”. What did the gang think of this fascinating experimental release? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - …
 
This week, Petey unearthed a lesser-known seventies rock group thanks to a Richie Jackson skate video. He brings for the crew Baltimore’s own Orange Wedge and their 1974 release “No One Left But Me”. What did the guys think of this semi-forgotten rock-n-roll relic? Hit play and find out! Watch us record every Wednesday live on Twitch Follow along w…
 
This week, we are joined by Mecha and metal enthusiast, Andy aka EnginVIR. He had the crew discuss Québécois thrash outfit Voivod and their 1984 debut, “War and Pain”. What did the guys think of this wild mess of a metal album? Hit play and find out! Follow Andy on Twitter Check out TheBigOArchive.com Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: J…
 
This week, Matt brings an offshoot project of the Grateful Dead in country-rock outfit New Riders of the Purple Sage and their 1973 album “The Adventures of Panama Red”. What did the guys think of this drug-fueled cosmic country offering? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lam…
 
This week, Brett brings us Boston’s own Boston and their debut 1976 album “Boston”. What did the crew think of these MIT engineer-led classic rock icons? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame Drivers - Frozen Egg Outro: Matthew Walton - I'll See You In My Dreams…
 
This week, David introduces the latest album from late-80s to 90s rock icons Living Colour. The crew discusses their 2017 release “Shade”. What did the guys think of these veteran rockers’ newest offering? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame Drivers - Frozen Egg Outro: Mat…
 
This week, Petey introduces the crew to the latest album from prolific young blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr. entitled “This Land”. What did the guys think of this blues-rock-soul-R&B hybrid? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame Drivers - Frozen Egg Outro: Matthew Walton - I'…
 
This week, we are joined by YouTuber, author, and self-professed Angela Anaconda superfan, Alexandra Bender. She brings us our first compilation album in 60’s pop singer Petula Clark’s retrospective, “The Ultimate Petula Clark". What did the guys think of this look back at the retro starlet in her prime? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us …
 
This week, Matt finally brings his most destines pick in the legendarily harmonious jam band Grateful Dead. The gang discusses their classic 1970 release “American Beauty”. What did the guys think of their substance-free experience with the Dead? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video In…
 
This week, Brett brings a curious fusion collaboration. Guitar legend Allan Holdsworth teams up with the Johansson brothers keyboardist Jens and drummer Anders in the eclectic “Heavy Machinery”. What did the crew think of this skillfully odd release? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Vide…
 
This week, David brings out the Future Funk to the RB Quorum courtesy of Russian producer Desired’s 2017 release “Lovestory”. What did the crew think of this Salorific retro-inspired offering? Hit play and find out! Check out the album over on BusinessCasual.biz Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: La…
 
This week, Petey brings back the biggest icon in Cuban music history in the legendary Celia Cruz. The crew discusses her 2001 release “La Negra Tiene Tumbao”. What did the guys think of this offering from the undisputed queen of Salsa? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame D…
 
This week, we are joined by our special guest, YouTuber and Anime reviewer extraordinaire Shay Taree. She brings the crew the second soundtrack to the hit Anime series Carole & Tuesday, the aptly-named “Carole & Tuesday Vocal Collection Vol.2”. What did the guys think of this diverse set of character-driven tunes? Hit play and find out! Follow Shay…
 
This week, Matt brings us some skillfully performed blues, courtesy of guitarist Charlie Hunter and vocalist Lucy Woodward’s collaboration “Music!Music!Music!”. What did the crew think of this high-difficulty musical showcase? Hit play and find out! Follow along with us on Spotify. Audio Intro: Jahzzar - I Saw You On TV Video Intro: Lame Drivers - …
 
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