We start out a little heavy and pay tribute to a soon-to-be-gone Minneapolis music venue. Soundtrack provided by Jason Isbell, Chris Hawkey, Martin Zellar, Jeff Mix, Dead Man Winter, Kevin Bowe, Slim Dunlap, The Dollyrots, NOFX, Frank Turner, Dave Hause, Macklemore and Pink.
We try to put our shitty summer behind us by cranking some music and yapping about everything and nothing. Soundtrack provided by Tom Petty, The Dollyrots, Jason Isbell, Deer Tick, Husker Du, Nova Mob, Frank Turner, Paul Westerberg and The Replacements.
Our long-overdue return includes a lot of music, including Dave Hause, Bash & Pop and The Dollyrots. We mourn the loss of George Michael, talk about Mayte’s book and discuss a few other things happening in our lives.
We chat about The Revolution shows at First Ave., the most pretentious press release ever, the lack of need for additional cancer awareness campaigns and a few other things. Of course, we play some music too, including Andre Cymone, Haley Bonar, Dessa, The Replacements and Duran Duran.
Drinks, music and meandering conversation as usual. This episode features our love of The Twilight Hours and related bands, reviews of recent concerts from Adele, Garbage and Billy Idol, plus a yapping about a bunch of random stuff we like and don’t. You know how this works. We talk over songs we love.
We’re back with a more typical show than last time, babbling about recent concerts (Dessa, The Who, Bob Mould, Frank Turner), some recent books we’ve loved, our crazy-ass dogs (well, one of them) and assorted other stuff. We also play some music that’s been rocking our worlds on the rare occasion we aren’t listening to Prince (a little more about him too).