Hey Digital Fam! This week we’re concluding our trilogy on Incubus by discussing…you’ll never guess…an album that came out following an extended hiatus after a massive flop of an album. I know, nobody ever does that! Our album this week is 2011’s “If Not Now, When?” and it offers a completely different sound than the band had ever used in the past.
Hey Digital Fam! We’ve got an odd one here today as we’re discussing an album that once held the dubious honor of the biggest drop from number 1 in Billboard Album Chart history. This album is Incubus’ 2006 release “Light Grenades.”
Hey Digital Fam! This week we’re beginning a trilogy on a band that was really popular in the 90’s who expanded their sound heading into the early 2000’s to create some really interesting music. That band is Incubus and this week we’re looking at the first of their more interesting albums, “A Crow Left of the Murder…“
Hey Digital Fam! This week we’re bringing you some new rock music with the lead singer/guitar player of SoCal rock band Them Evils, Jordan Griffin! This was a really fun interview. Jordan is a really laid back and fun guy with some great stories about their rise as a band and their particular musical style. He also provides us with the greatest slogan in all of rock and roll history.
Hey Digital Fam! Today we conclude our trilogy on Barenaked Ladies with an album that ultimately ended the most successful period of BNL’s career. That album was 2003’s “Everything to Everyone.”
Hey Digital Fam! This week we’re discussing BNL’s US breakout, 1998’s “Stunt.” This week we’ve enlisted the help of a friend of ours who authored “The Barenaked Ladies Chronology,” Patrick Lemieux! If you’re interested in the deep dive that we did on this episode, go to Amazon and get Patrick’s book. He’s released similar works for Queen, Rush, David Bowie, and Mike Oldfield.
Hey there Digital Fam! Thank you for your patience as we dealt with technical difficulties. We’re back this week with a great episode that starts our look at Canada’s own Barenaked Ladies. We’re starting at the beginning with their 1992 debut album “Gordon.”