Hey Digital Fam! We’re back this week with a brand-spanking new trilogy discussing Radiohead. On this episode we begin with their 1995 album “The Bends.” For the first time in a long time, Brent and I disagreed in our thoughts on the album. Spoiler alert: that’s a running theme for this trilogy.
Hey everyone! Sorry for the gap in programming. Our editor was experiencing some nasty weather which left him without power during the usual time he works on our episodes. We will be back to regular release schedule starting this week though and we have a special presentation for you. This week, Brent and I talk about the state of rock music now and also discuss a couple of great up-and-coming bands including Greta Van Fleet, Them Evils, and Joyous Wolf.
On today’s episode we talk about a little-known band from Essex called Busted and their two biggest hits, Year 3000 and What I Go To School For…as well as the bastardized covers of both songs by the Disney-created disaster of a band known as The Jonas Brothers.
Hey everyone! So for today’s episode Brent and I are discussing some of our more unpopular opinions on the music we cover. These opinions can be so unpopular that we mostly keep them to ourselves. Everyone has a few dark musical secrets that they keep locked away and today we are showing you guys some of ours!
Happy Memorial Day! Today we are concluding our trilogy on Disturbed by discussing the album they released after a four-year hiatus. That album is 2015’s “Immortalized” which received a somewhat mixed reception. Spoilers: Brent and I think it’s awesome!
Hey Digital Fam! Today we continue our look at Disturbed by talking about their 2008 album “Indestructible.” We hope you enjoy the show but, we feel it fair to warn you that today’s album covers many dark subject matters and our discussion reflects that. If you do not wish to hear discussions of suicide or depression, then pass over this one until you feel ready to give it a listen.
Hello Digital Family! On today’s episode, we’re going all the way back to Ryan’s formative years and talking about the album that immersed him in the world of heavy metal. That album is 2000’s “The Sickness” by the underrated metal band Disturbed.