Tag: Steven Routledge

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1386: Fan Mail: Instrumental Madness

    Episode 1386: Fan Mail: Instrumental Madness

    We crack open the correspondence bag and pull out some reactions to Episode 1345, in which Bill Mulligan dropped by Patrick’s basement to discuss instrumental tracks from bands that usually feature vocals.

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1372: April New Music Mega Blast!

    Episode 1372: April New Music Mega Blast!

    They said it couldn’t be done. They said it would be foolish to try. They called it flying too close to the sun. Did we listen? Heck no. Here is the first-ever, one-of-a-kind, super spectacular April New Music Mega Blast!

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1361: What Was First: Creation Records

    Episode 1361: What Was First: Creation Records

    Welcome to a week of What Was First episodes! We got a pile of suggestions for this series, so we decided to dive right in. We begin with a suggestion from Steven Routledge, who thought the first release on Creation Records would make a good episode and we think he’s right!

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1351: March New Music: Ian Noe, Pure Reason Revolution, Fatherson, Mondo Cozmo

    Episode 1351: March New Music: Ian Noe, Pure Reason Revolution, Fatherson, Mondo Cozmo

    It’s New Music Week. We’re shaking down March 2022 and Steven Routledge, Roger Grace and Gerald Chyzenski have the inside info.

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1337: Iron Maiden – 2010-21

    Episode 1337: Iron Maiden – 2010-21

    Guest hosts Steven Routledge and Mike Kohli wrap up Iron Maiden Week with a look at the band’s ongoing late career excellence from 2010’s “The Final Frontier” through last year’s “Senjutsu”. Up the Irons!

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1336: Iron Maiden – 2000-06

    Episode 1336: Iron Maiden – 2000-06

    Guest hosts Steven Routledge and Mike Kohli discuss Iron Maiden’s triumphant return to form with 2000’s “Brave New World” and find that they like the band’s new direction on “Dance of Death” and “A Matter of Life And Death.”

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1335: Iron Maiden – 1988-98

    Episode 1335: Iron Maiden – 1988-98

    Guest hosts Steven Routledge and Mike Kohli close out the ’80s and head into Iron Maiden’s dark decade of the ’90s — from “Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son” through to the ill fated Blaze Bayley years.

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1334: Iron Maiden – 1983-86

    Episode 1334: Iron Maiden – 1983-86

    Guest hosts Steven Routledge and Mike Kohli continue their exploration of Iron Maiden’s discography, with the classic lineup period. They discuss the albums “Piece of Mind,” “Powerslave” and “Somewhere In Time,” plus the seminal “Live After Death.”

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1333: Iron Maiden – First Three Albums

    Episode 1333: Iron Maiden – First Three Albums

    Steven Routledge and Mike Kohli fill in for Jim and Patrick. All this week, they discuss their love of Iron Maiden. Today, talk about Iron Maiden’s first three albums, from their eponymous 1980 debut to their 1982 career-making “Number of The Beast.”

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1329: February New Music – The Beths, Tomberlin, The Linda Lindas, Somali Yacht Club

    Episode 1329: February New Music – The Beths, Tomberlin, The Linda Lindas, Somali Yacht Club

    Listeners call in to share their February new music picks. Steven Routledge likes Somali Yacht Club and Tomberlin. Roger Grace goes with the Beths and the Linda Lindas.