Episode 251: Nothing Feels Natural - Priests
After a string of EP's and years of anticipation, Washington DC neü-punk provocateurs, Priests, have finally delivered their debut full length, Nothing Feels Natural. On our latest podcast, Kevin, Paul, Eduardo and Marcus Dowling (Pitchfork, Bandcamp) are hanging out in the basement, getting to the bottom of this raucous new album. Is it the right protest album at the right time, or just another "punk" album for the masses? Tune in to find out.
PLUS! R&B jams from the underground! Sonder's new EP Into is laying down the bedroom vibes, and we've got it's lead track for you to sink your teeth into.
Nothing Feels Natural
Kevin: Try It
Paul: Try It
Eduardo: Try It
Marcus: Try It
Episode 485: Immanuel Wilkins' 'Omega' And New Music From The Dead Tongues And Ego Ella May
Season 10, Ep. 485
On an all-new episode of Discologist, we’re taking you on a musical journey with three great releases from three completely different genres. The first stop is the refined folk of North Carolina’s The Dead Tongues and their new albumTransmigration Blues.Next, we’re moving on to the London scene and Ego Ella May’s upliftingHoney For Wounds.And finally, it’s back home for a history lesson with saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins' stirring Blue Note debut,Omega.Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/Discologist
Episode 484: Rose City Band's 'Summerlong' PLUS New Music from Bannanagun
Season 10, Ep. 484
Ripley Johnson’s Rose City Band project started as an act of wish fulfillment. One of the creative minds behind Wooden Shjips and Moon Duo just wanted to “start a country-rock band so I can retire and just play down at the pub every Thursday night during happy hour.” The resulting first album in 2019 was a hazy stroll through the morning dew of a not yet technicolor world. With hints of psychedelia and twang, it was a peak at the source of a style of music before it heads further out into the cosmos.One year later, Johnson is back withSummerlong,an album that echoes Rose City Band’s quiet beginnings but imbues its primal sound with brightness and warmth that is worthy of its title. Brokedown Pod’s Jonathan Hart joins us to discuss this latest chapter in Ripley Johnson’s wild trip across the universe.PLUS! New music from Melbourne, Australia’s Bananagun!Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/Discologist
Episode 483: New Music From Lori Mckenna And The Return of The Chicks!
Season 10, Ep. 483
On her latest collection of songs,The Balladeer,Lori McKenna is continuing to prove that she is one of the all-time songwriting greats,and Country Music legends The Chicks return with the triumphant, genre-bustingGaslighter.Tune in as we dig into both of these releases, discuss the current dysfunctional state of country music, and more on an all-new episode of Discologist.Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/Discologist