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In tegenstelling tot de gangbare wetten in de dramatische literatuur gaat Voskuil er van uit dat mensen niet veranderen, ze worden alleen erger dan wat ze al zijn. Tussen 2002 en 2006 maakten Krijn ter Braak en Peter te Nuyl van de 7 delen van het boek de langste doorlopende hoorspelserie uit de radiogeschiedenis, 475 afleveringen, ruim 110 uur, 192 acteurs. Dit is podcast deel 1 van 2.
 
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The boys are back for another very special episode of Beats, Beards & Brews featuring "things that Dan likes." The gang kicks off the music portion of the podcast with a review of Weezer's fifteenth studio album Van Weezer. It is also the band's second full-length album to release in 2021 (following OK Human). Weezer songs previewed on this episode…
 
Whip out those calendars! In a momentous moment in Beats, Beards & Brews history, Evan, Eric and Dan prove that they are true podcast professionals when they manage to bounce back from not one ... but two recording hiccups where Evan and then Eric got dropped from the recording completely and everyone kept their cool. We're going to assume that Eva…
 
Dan's got the devil in him, Eric discusses boxer brief pouch strategies, and Evan's head flies right off the top of his head in another action-packed episode of Beats, Beards & Brews. For the music portion of the pod, the boys review Cursed Be Thy Kingdom, the third studio album from blackened speed metal band Bewitcher, hailing from Portland, Oreg…
 
Evan and Eric reunite on their respective mics once again amid the never-ending pandemic — they were social distancing before it was cool — to bring you another action-packed episode of Beats, Beards & Brews full of blazing guitar solos and ... cherries? The boys kick things off with a review of traditional heavy metal band Haunt's sixth full-lengt…
 
The episode you are about to listen to is a conversation that took place between Eric, Evan and Dan that was recorded after allegations of sexual misconduct and sexual assault perpetrated by musician Sean Tillmann — who performs as Har Mar Superstar — were made public. We learned of the allegations shortly after releasing an episode of the podcast …
 
Close the blinds, light some scented candles and curl up into the fetal position on your couch — it's time for yet another "sad boi" episode of Beats, Beards & Brews. This time the gang attempts to avoid falling into depression while reviewing singer-songwriter Julien Baker's third album Little Oblivions. In all seriousness, Julien Baker is a talen…
 
Eric and Dan are back to share some brilliant Grinch movie franchise ideas. Oh, and they also discuss The Pretty Reckless' latest album Death by Rock and Roll — featuring Taylor Momsen on vocals and a raucous guest appearance by Tom Morello. Note: Beats, Beards & Brews is not currently endorsed by Tom Morello's MasterClass series but we're waiting …
 
We'd be lying if we said OK Human was the first Weezer album we expected to review in 2021 ... that honor goes to the yet-to-be-released Van Weezer ... but here we are. Instead of a rockin Weezer album inspired by Van Halen, we're listening to an orchestral pop rock record inspired by the pandemic. Strange times, indeed! Weezer tracks previewed on …
 
Put on your big boy — or big girl — pants and maybe grab a beverage for a little bit of liquid courage, as we've got an extra spooky edition of Beats, Beards & Brews for you! Eric and Dan return to their respective mics to review Bloody Hammers' latest, Misfits-inspired, horror punk album Songs of Unspeakable Terror. Bloody Hammers tracks previewed…
 
It's the first episode of Beats, Beards & Brews in 2021 and the boys are getting rowdy. In a somewhat NSFW episode, Eric, Evan and Dan share their thoughts on The Dirty Nil's third studio album Fuck Art, misheard lyrics and all. If you like rock n roll riffs and catchy punk hooks, dive on in. The Dirty Nil tracks previewed on this episode include: …
 
The boys return to their respective mics for the final time in 2020 to celebrate the 100th episode of the Beats, Beards & Brews podcast! To mark this momentous occasion, Eric, Evan and Dan selected three albums they missed a chance to review on the podcast this year ... and proceed to do exactly that! Their album picks include Figure by Into It. Ov…
 
Eric, Evan and Dan don't just invite anyone to join them in recording the Beats, Beards & Brews podcast ... so you know it's a special occasion when we have a guest on the show. Our long-time pal — and resident The Smashing Pumpkins expert — Alex joins us as we review the alternative rock legend's new synth-pop inspired double album, CYR. The Smash…
 
Rock 'n' roll legends AC/DC are back in 2020 to make everyone's year a little brighter — and a lot more rockin' — with their 17th studio album PWR/UP aka POWER UP. How does the new album compare to the band's classic releases? Tune in to find out. AC/DC tracks previewed on this episode include: "Shot in the Dark" "Through the Mists of Time" "Money …
 
Get ready to break out the tissues, as Eric, Evan, and Dan review yet another 2020 "sad boi" music release. Eels' 13th studio album Earth to Dora explores the full gamut of happy and sad moments that occur during the course of a relationship, and it provides a fittingly mellow, indie rock soundtrack for the colder fall months. Eels tracks previewed…
 
At Beats, Beards & Brews, we're all about value. In this episode, we give you two album reviews for the price of one! Eric, Evan and Dan check out the latest releases from British rockers The Struts (Strange Days) and U.S. rockers Spirit Adrift (Enlightened in Eternity). We skip the beard portion of the episode this go-round to save you time. Songs…
 
Eddie Van Halen — easily one of the greatest guitarists of all time, if not the greatest guitarist of all time — died on October 6, 2020. This episode is our tribute to all-things Van Halen. The boys dive into some band history and share some of their favorite tunes. Van Halen songs previewed on the episode include: Top Jimmy (1984) Why Can't This …
 
There were several albums Eric, Evan, and Dan could have reviewed on this episode of Beats, Beards & Brews. But Public Enemy's fifteenth studio album What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down? managed to "beat them all" — *cough* it's clever because that's the name of a track on the album *cough*. Cue the boomer humor. While our reviews of the new …
 
The last time Evan and Eric recorded an episode of Beats, Beards & Brews together — minus Dan — it was right before COVID-19 hit the U.S. in full force. Since that went so well, the duo decided it was time to reunite for a review of Napalm Death's 16th studio album Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism. Eric drops some knowledge about the grindcor…
 
On another very special quarantine episode of Beats, Beards & Brews, the boys check out the 20th Anniversary Edition remaster of In Flames' game-changing melodic death metal album Clayman. Eric, Evan and Dan reminisce about discovering the "Pinball Map" music video for the first time and they reflect on how one band from Gothenburg, Sweden, impacte…
 
Welcome to yet another action-packed quarantine episode of Beats, Beards & Brews! This time the boys attempt to escape from the reality of the pandemic through the music of Vancouver-based power metal band Unleash the Archers. The album in question, Abyss, is full of fantasy lyrics, shredding guitars and soaring vocals. Seriously, Brittney Hayes (a…
 
In the 90th episode of Beats, Beards & Brews, Eric and Dan do a deep dive on Deep Purple's 21st studio album Whoosh! OK, so Dan only listened through it once. But hey, he still has some deep thoughts on this legendary rock band's modern output. Deep Purple songs previewed during this episode include: Throw My Bones We're All the Same in the Dark Th…
 
In a very special artist tribute episode of Beats, Beards & Brews, the boys dive into their picks for most underrated and enjoyable Iron Maiden albums of all time. Their selections are as follows: Killers (1981), Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988), and Brave New World (2000). Iron Maiden songs previewed during this episode include: "Murders in the…
 
It's hard to believe we're already more than halfway through the dumpster fire of a year that is 2020 ... but hey, at least we got plenty of music to get us through the tough times! Rather than picking our favorite albums of 2020 so far, we decided to select three albums that we "missed" a chance to review on the podcast this year. Those albums inc…
 
In the latest episode of Beats, Beards & Brews, the boys tackle men's fashion during the quarantine, including one very iconic look. Dan, Evan and Eric then dive into a review of the third studio album by HAIM titled Women in Music Part III. The group consists of three sisters who blend pop, rock, and even some R&B into their hooks. HAIM songs prev…
 
Dan, Evan and Eric embrace the quarantine sadness, as they review singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers' second studio album Punisher. Eric thinks the 25-year-old's marketing is on-point. Evan is looking forward to the next album. Dan just really enjoys the music — but don't call him a punisher! Phoebe Bridgers songs previewed on this episode include: …
 
"There's a lot of uncomfortable white people in America right now." Dan and Eric review Run the Jewel's latest album RTJ4 and, inevitably, the discussion turns political. While the boys generally steer clear of politics on the pod, some needed conversation is had and the new RTJ album is a fitting soundtrack for the times. Run the Jewels songs prev…
 
The boys are now 10 quarantine episodes deep. And more regular podcast recording means more wild card music reviews. This time, the gang dives into The 1975's fourth studio album Notes on a Conditional Form. The album is one hour and 20 minutes of spoken word, punk rock, pop rock, synth-pop, and more. The music is all over the place ... for better …
 
After Weezer and Bon Jovi both delayed the release of their new albums, Dan, Evan and Eric pivot to reviewing Reunions, the latest album from alt-country superstars Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit. Jason Isbell's thoughtful lyrics manage to connect with everyone. It must be the quarantine. Getting us all stirred up emotionally. For the beard portion …
 
In this episode, Eric, Evan and Dan get political and debate whether 70s-inspired modern rock operas about white racist men changing their ways deserve a higher rating than a 2.0-2.5. The modern rock opera in question is titled American Love Story by Beats, Beards & Brews alum Butch Walker. One things for sure, 'ol Butch's guitar tones are absolute…
 
Blueberry beard oil! Blueberry beer! Blueberry facials for your dog! We've got it all in this action-packed episode of Beats, Beards & Brews. But first... Eric, Evan and Dan get "caught in a mosh" as they review Havok's thrashtastic fifth studio album V. All right, all right. Now on to the blueberries! For the beard portion of the episode, Eric tri…
 
In a very special episode of Beats, Beards & Brews, Eric and Dan review the long-awaited (for some) Danzig Sings Elvis cover album. Is this art? Dan isn't convinced. Listen to the episode for our Danzig deep thoughts and the usual "insightful" commentary. Danzig cover songs previewed in this episode include: First In Line Always On My Mind Fever Du…
 
Evan, Dan and Eric — three Midwest music-loving, beer-drinking everymen — step outside of their musical wheelhouses and review Fiona Apple's Fetch the Bolt Cutters. The album is controversial, in a way, because Pitchfork gave it a 10 out of 10. Their reviews vary, but the boys all agree that this is art and everyone should listen to it. Pitchfork i…
 
In the fourth quarantine episode of Beats, Beards & Brews, the gang reviews The Strokes' sixth studio album The New Abnormal. The album channels the classic Strokes sound while also getting experimental. Eric's thoughts on the album might surprise you! The Strokes songs previewed in this episode include: Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus Bad Decisions Ode …
 
In quarantine episode número tres, the boys review Pearl Jam's eleventh studio album Gigaton. As a longtime Pearl Jam listener, Dan drops some knowledge of the band's history and its sound. Do Eric and Evan get converted over to team Pearl Jam/Papa Vedder? The answer may surprise you. Tune in to find out! Pearl Jam songs previewed during this episo…
 
Another week of quarantine, another episode of Beats, Beards & Brews. This episode is dedicated to past podcast recordings lost. The gang reviews Folkesange by Myrkur aka Danish musician Amalie Bruun who sometimes performs black metal. Not death metal. However, this release is not metal at all. It's very folksy. Myrkur songs previewed during this e…
 
1957 - Bezoek van Maarten en Nicolien aan Beerta. Beerta biedt Maarten een baan aan bij de Atlas voor Volkscultuur. Nicolien is verbaasd dat Maarten die accepteert Sollicitatiegesprek. Ontmoeting met Koert Wiegel. Nicolien is triest dat hij de baan krijgt. Brieven van Beerta. Telefoongesprek met Klaas. Klaas is ontstemd dat hij bij Beerta gaat werk…
 
1957 - Eerste werkdag. Maarten krijgt opdracht een commentaar bij de kaart van de kabouters te maken. Als hij thuiskomt zit zijn schoonmoeder in de kamer. Tweede werkdag. Beerta vertrekt naar een vergadering in Arnhem. Telefoongesprek met 't Mannetje over een vergadering van de Boerenwagenclub. Juffrouw Haan valt uit omdat Maarten de telefoon heeft…
 
1957 - Beerta over de kaartenbak die krassen op de tafel zou maken. Wiegel deelt Beerta mee dat hij twee weken met vakantie gaat. Hein de Boer meldt zich. De Bruin vraagt Maarten op de bel te letten. Ontmoeting met Jan ter Haar. Kennismaking met Van der Haar. Kennismaking met Jaap Balk. Met Hein de Boer over de kaart van het dwaallicht en over Zeel…
 
1957 - Maarten beantwoordt een vraag over rood haar(vervolg). Beerta is vooral geïnteresseerd in de vormgeving. Met Klaas en Nicolien bij het Noord- en Zuidhollands koffiehuis: over de wetenschap, over Beerta. Beerta in een telefoongesprek met Karel over het weggooien van eten en brood met hagelslag. Met Veerman over het knipselarchief: vliegende s…
 
1957 - Hein de Boer komt vijf minuten te laat en wordt daarover door Beerta onderhouden. Gesprek met Beerta over de commentaren. Maartens opmerking dat ze onvolledig zijn en dat hij geen verklaring kan vinden, emotioneert Beerta hevig. Maarten krijgt de opdracht binnen twee maanden met een voorstel te komen en voelt zich bedreigd. Als hij thuiskomt…
 
1957 - Juffrouw Haan wil weten of Beerta naar de lezing van Goedkoop gaat. Wiegel wordt ter verantwoording geroepen over de bibliografie. Maarten informeert naar de lezing van Goedkoop. Veerman vraagt Maarten geld te leen. Ter Haar beklaagt zich bij het Bestuur dat Maarten hem zijn machine heeft afgenomen. Reactie van Nijhuis. Beerta informeert naa…
 
1957 - Op een bijeenkomst vragen Van Laar, Netjes, Pelleboer en Van Heijningen het woord. Juffrouw Haan pleit voor de aanschaf van een bandrecorder. Balk herinnert Maarten aan zijn vader. Hein de Boer wil geen boer worden. Maarten heeft een hoofdpijnaanval. Daarna is hij slapeloos. Hij voelt zich gevangen en bedreigd. Twee mannen die pratend langs …
 
1957 - Juffrouw Haan wil mevrouw genoemd worden. Ter Haar komt niet terug. Nijhuis krijgt opdracht een opvolger te zoeken. Balk en Maarten over Balzac en Stendhal. Juffrouw Haan (Maarten noemt haar per ongeluk juffrouw en laat het dan maar zo) raadt Beerta aan zijn colleges op de band op te nemen. Beerta vraagt of Maarten verstand van radio's heeft…
 
1957 - Bezoek van Jan Vanhamme. Beerta neemt het voorstel van Maarten over en voegt daaraan toe dat hij en Maarten een lijst met nog te publiceren kaarten en een tijdschema zullen maken, hetgeen hij vervolgens aan Maarten opdraagt. Verontwaardigde reactie van Maarten. Over het verleden van Vanhamme. De opmerking van Springvloed over Maartens vaderc…
 
1957 - Beerta is verrukt over zijn platenspeler en zijn platen (De Wolgaslepers en de Moldau). Maarten over Klaas Vaak. De Bruin over zijn voetbalprestaties. Maarten is alleen, denkt over de Zuidertoren en Klaas Vaak. Droom over de dronken soldaten. Beerta wordt stapelgek van alle commissies waarin hij zit. Hij beklaagt zich dat hij het toch al dru…
 
1957 - Maarten en Wiegel halen herinneringen op aan de verhuizing. Beerta komt onverwachts de kamer in. Swenker brengt de salarissen en zegt dat Maarten in rang verhoogd wordt omdat hij te laag was ingeschaald. Nicolien wil dat hij dat weigert. De Bruin over de oorlog. Nijhuis groet niet meer omdat hij geen periodiek heeft gehad. Maarten roept hem …
 
1958 - Beerta geeft Maarten een brief van een bejaardentehuis in Assen en draagt hem op een afspraak te maken. Op aandringen van Beerta maakt Maarten een afspraak en gaat er heen. Maarten brengt Beerta verslag uit van zijn bezoek. Beerta roept Veerman ter verantwoording omdat hij te lang gepauzeerd heeft. De dood van Veerman. Met: Joop Keesmaat (Be…
 
1958 - Bezoek van de hospita van Veerman. Begrafenis van Veerman. Op de terugweg voegt Maarten zich bij Frans Veen. Bezoek van Henriette. Bezoek van professor Hussem met een plan om bejaarden te interviewen over hun jeugd. Beerta haalt Maarten daarbij. Met: Krijn ter Braak (Maarten Koning), Joop Keesmaat (Beerta), Fred Goessens (van Ieperen), Gijs …
 
1958 - Wiegel en Nijhuis betrekken de achterkamer. Wiegel weigert om zich langer met het knipselarchief te bemoeien. Slofstra solliciteert en wordt aangenomen. De eerste dag van Slofstra. Maarten werkt hem in in het knipselarchief. Maarten rekent Beerta voor dat de Atlas meer tijd kost dan Beerta denkt. Beerta legt zich daarbij neer. Vergadering va…
 
1958 - Maarten vindt het onbegrijpelijk dat Beerta het verzoek van Hillebrink om de zigeunercultuur te onderzoeken, geaccepteerd heeft. Slofstra weigert het werk omdat het te moeilijk voor hem is. Beerta maakt zich zorgen over het 's nachts werken van Veen. Bezoek van Van de Kasteele over de uitgave van door hem verzamelde volksverhalen. Beerta is …
 
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