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30 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
For the Record #161: Low Hummer's "Modern Tricks for Living"
On their polished debut LP, Hull, England six-piece Low Hummer explore economic inequality and social alienation with passion, humor, and a range of musical styles. We discuss "Modern Tricks for Living" in-depth in episode #161 “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Dec 5, 2021
For the Record #160: Remi Wolf's "Juno"
Remi Wolf blasts out of the gate with a brilliantly chaotic debut record full of maximalist funk-pop that fuses influences from a dizzying array of genres. We discuss "Juno" in-depth in episode #160 “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Nov 21, 2021
For the Record #159: Snail Mail's "Valentine"
Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan bucks the sophomore slump with a lush, expansive second album that expands the horizons of her talent. We discuss “Valentine” on episode #159 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Nov 7, 2021
For the Record #158: Hand Habits' "Fun House"
On the third album of their solo project Hand Habits, guitar virtuoso Meg Duffy teams up with producer Sasami Ashworth and a crew of talented collaborators to deliver polished, confident, musically varied, and emotionally resonant songs.
30 minutes | Oct 24, 2021
For the Record #157: Illuminati Hotties' "Let Me Do One More"
Illuminati Hotties, the solo project of producer and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Tudzin, delivers 12 tracks of earnest/funny, clever/silly, and tender/punk music, all played and produced impeccably. We discuss “Let Me Do One More” in episode #157.
30 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
For the Record #156: Pardoner's "Came Down Different"
San Francisco-based Pardoner combines the best of noisy and melodic 90s rock to express the absurdity and anxiety of living through late-stage capitalism. We discuss "Came Down Different" in episode #156 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
For the Record #155: Still Woozy's "If This Isn't Nice, I Don't Know What Is"
Bay Area native Sven Gamsky performs under the name "Still Woozy," and his debut record is so full of catchy, sun-drenched earworms that even the breakup songs make you feel good. We discuss "If This Isn't Nice, I Don't Know What Is" in episode #155.
30 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
For the Record #154: Indigo De Souza's "Any Shape You Take"
The second record from North Carolina singer-songwriter Indigo De Souza swings wildly between grungy rock, catchy bass grooves, and synth-driven pop, all held together by her powerful and versatile voice. We discuss "Any Shape You Take" in episode #154.
30 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
For the Record #153: Squirrel Flower's "Planet (i)"
Squirrel Flower's second record brings textured production and a grungier rock sound to back up Ella Williams' gorgeous, warm voice. We discuss "Planet (i)" in-depth on episode #153 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
For the Record #152: Bachelor's "Doomin' Sun"
Bachelor is the name of a new collaboration between the artists behind Jay Som and Palehound. We discuss their new record, "Doomin' Sun," in-depth on episode #152 of “For the Record.” For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.
30 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
For the Record #151: Pom Pom Squad's "Death of a Cheerleader"
Pom Pom Squad’s debut LP, “Death of a Cheerleader,” combines a Motown girl-group sound with a modern punk attitude and excellent pop sensibilities. We discuss it in-depth on episode #151 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
For the Record #150: Sleater-Kinney's "Path of Wellness"
Sleater-Kinney's tenth album, "Path of Wellness," represents a new direction for a band that has never stopped changing. We discuss it in-depth on episode #150 of “For the Record.” For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.
30 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
For the Record #149: Japanese Breakfast's "Jubilee"
The third album from Japanese Breakfast, "Jubilee," swings for the fences with a much bigger, poppier sound, complete with horn and string arrangements. It's a major leap forward in Michelle Zauner's impressive career.
30 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
For the Record #148: Rosie Tucker's "Sucker Supreme"
Rosie Tucker's debut for Epitaph Records, "Sucker Supreme," is a surprising indie pop gem. Witty lyrics and concise songwriting, together with some interesting experimental moments, result in a charming album that you'll end up leaving on repeat.
30 minutes | May 23, 2021
For the Record #147: Squid's "Bright Green Field"
Squid's debut LP, "Bright Green Field," defies categorization. It's an electrifyingly creative mix of post-punk, jazz, and experimental rock that explores the anxiety and excitement of our dystopian future.
30 minutes | May 10, 2021
For the Record #146: Prism Bitch's "Perla"
Covering the map with everything from pop to heavy rock to country-tinged ballads, Prism Bitch's varied and energetic debut LP is worth a listen. We discuss "Perla" on episode #146 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
For the Record #145: Tune-Yards' "Sketchy"
Tune-Yards are back with an album of politically-charged tracks that you can't help but sing along to -- and they're from right here in the Bay Area! We discuss "Sketchy" on episode #145 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
For the Record #144: Adult Mom's "Driver"
Adult Mom's third album is their first for Epitaph Records, and the fullest realization yet of their charming, intimate sound. We discuss "Driver" on episode #144 of “For the Record.” For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.
30 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
For the Record #143: Julien Baker's "Little Oblivions"
Julien Baker's third album is a triumph. It's major departure from her previous sound, with a richness of production that matches its emotional expansiveness. We discuss "Little Oblivions" on episode #143 of “For the Record.”
30 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
For the Record #142: Shame's "Drunk Tank Pink"
London quintet Shame made a splash with the brash post-punk of their debut record, but come back with a more complex and contemplative sound for their second album. We discuss "Drunk Tank Pink" on episode #142 of "For the Record."
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