Some beer-fueled gushing about The Replacements, how much the Internet sucks sometimes, why it’s dickish to complain when bands try to make a buck, how much Bob Mould rules and how great it feels to do everything the wrong way for once.
It’s our first show of 2014, and we have a bunch of things to talk about, including a couple great concerts we saw, having cancer, some upcoming concerts, a couple books we’ve been reading, having cancer, random stuff that’s been going on in our lives and did we talk at all about cancer?
Chatter about and music from a lot of the music we’re hooked on these days, including Dave Hause, Frank Turner, Smith Street Band, The Fratellis and the Songs for Slim compilation. We also provide a detailed analysis of Thanksgiving foods and pie. Compelling, isn’t it?
It’s time for a long-overdue episode of Dyslexic Heart. As usual, we spun a bunch of songs that are rocking our world and rambled about whatever came to mind. We sort of stuck to talking about music this time. We hope you like it, but then again we really don’t care.
As 2012 comes to an end, we plugged in the mics for another episode of Dyslexic Heart. This time around, we discussed some stuff we probably discussed on the last DH, talked over some songs we may or may not have played before and curse at technology. We really need to start planning these things better. Happy 2013, kids!