Welcome back fellow spooks as we launch Season 2 with our second Halloween Hoedown! We also briefly hit on the Banana Splits movie, the secret history behind a Goth -lite movie musician, and call out the entire Irish metal scene for being Motley Crue loving posers..all before revealing a sinister twist that will leave you reaching for the phone to call your local exorcist. Oh also we have the best guest cameo ever. EVER. Read on for more.
In the final episode of what we’ve now decided is our first season we shoot the breeze about Jawbreaker’s return, Fugazi’s best gig, Scott Walker’s passing, John Mulvaney’s cheeky side, the secret parentage of Aussie synthpunks Nun, and explain why we’ve been so busy. We also encourage you to donate equipment to Girls Rock.
We delve into Jonas Akerlund’s “truth and lies” movie of the black metal’s most famous doomed bromance.
Yeeeeah, we’re a month late but better late than never. The first episode of 2019 sees us delving into the world of fictional bands and musicians from our favourite 80s and 90s “youth entertainment” TV shows. From a guitar playing werewolf to a ginger haired pre-teen rapper, we present to you some of the formative musical inspirations from our youth. Which is a long winded way of saying “Bushie finally got to talk about Joey Jeremiah”
Yep, it’s the least wonderful time of the year – the time where everyone feels the urge to throw their lists of what their favourite records of the year were and hey,we’re no different..and so we present to you our 10 collective favourite albums of the year. Sort of.
Better late than never, the two boyos celebrate the 25th anniversary of Nirvana’s “In Utero” because, well, frankly because it’s a collective favourite album and we fucking felt like it. Yes, we worked our by now traditional mention of David Yow in there too, fret not.