2018 was a wild ride, and on one of our final broadcasts from Washington, D.C. we’re celebrating the music that moved us the most.
Over the course of her almost twenty-five-year career, Neko Case has proven time and time again that she is a fierce force of nature to be reckoned with, which makes it a little weird to say that Hell-On is her most powerful work to date. Built on the literal ashes of a recent personal tragedy (her Vermont home/studio burned to the ground) and bursting with love over the joy found in even the darkest parts of our lives, Case's latest is a potent reminder of how deeply honest art can change the world, one listen at a time.
PLUS! Kingsley Flood is back with Neighbors & Strangers, there most poignant LP to date, and we're spinning a new single from it to help you fall in love with this raucous Boston/DC band all over again!
In this week’s episode, the rawk basement is reclaimed, the Pixies are back (?), NIN goes schmucky with the "remix" and we say goodbye to Thor..for now. PLUS!!! Reviews of new albums from Neko Case and Odd Future's Earl Sweatshirt!!!
EPISODE 27: Pizzagasm