This week we talk about Matt’s adventures at the red carpet premiere for The Hobbit, we review the Wreck-It Ralph OST, and talk about other soundtracks as well.
This week we review the latest album from The Avett Brothers, The Carpenter, and we criticize critics who don’t think critically.
This week we review Serj Tankain’s latest album, Harakiri, and we get into a discussion on the ups and downs of solo artists breaking away from their bands.
This week we welcome back Jon to the podcast as we talk about the latest from Papa Roach, The Connection, and we discuss how we’re never gonna give up on guilty pleasures.
This week we are without Jon, but we do have our featured guest: Nelson Lugo, of Epic Win Burlesque, The Sharkbite Sideshow, and The Epic Piecast. We also review Until the Quiet Comes, the latest from Flying Lotus, as well as talk with Nelson about all things Nelson.
This week we review The Script’s latest album, #3, and we get into an intense discussion about pop culture, the youth of today, and the eternal search for information.
This week we discuss what’s in our headphones, No Doubt’s latest, Push and Shove, and we dive deeper into music’s relationship with films and video games.
This week we talk about New York Comic Con, the latest from Muse, The 2nd Law, and music’s role in Reality TV.
This week we review the latest album from Ben Folds Five, The Sound of the Life of the Mind. Then we discuss public personas and the positives and negatives celebrity status can bring to one’s career.
This week we talk about what’s in our headphones, we review Green Day’s latest, ¡Uno!, and get into an in-depth discussion about what constitutes a “zero” rating.