We’re trying to get caught up on our correspondence! Today, we address emails and comments about Jimmy Ruffin’s “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted” (from Mackensi Crenshaw) and Lloyd Cole’s music (from Niklas Nygards and Jay Ignacio).
Steven Routledge submits his latest new music dispatch, talking up the latest by Mount Hush, Romero, Wednesday, Loathe, the Stick Arounds and Local H.
It’s the interns’ turn to offer up new music selections! Mary picks Lianne La Havas. Sam goes with Ozzy Osbourne (feat. Post Malone). Sami touts Hudson Taylor. And Matt goes with Waxahatchee.
What’s Patrick been digging? New music from the Homesick and Ratboys. Plus, we play a Bee Gees cover by the Revivalists.
What’s Jim been digging? New music from Carl Anderson and Born Ruffians. Plus a Pat Benatar cover by Adona from the “Birds of Prey” soundtrack.
Mike Kohli of Rome NY, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. We discuss his visits to Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, which holds its famous “Midnight Ramble” shows. And that leads into talk about The Band.
Come spend some time in Patrick’s Book Nook. Today’s selections are “Janis: Her Life and Music” by Holly George-Warren and “Last Night a DJ Saved my Life” by Bill Brewster.
We address listener correspondence about hardcore punk, Patrick’s visit to Cincinnati’s Shake It Records and a Galaxie 500 tribute album.
Our newest intern, Mary Edelberg, tells us about her musical interests. And that’s the gospel truth.
Billie Eilish’s “No Time To Die” provides a springboard for a discussion of Bond movie theme songs. Tug Baker, Rob Gates and Kevin Goff join in the conversation.