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Savage Beast: Indie Music Podcast
115 minutes | 2 months ago
Kid A (Ep. 97)
We go track-by-track through Radiohead's masterpiece.
69 minutes | 4 months ago
Chad Pod (Ep. 96)
Why you shouldn't discuss "best of" lists, immediately followed by a discussion of two "best of" lists. We make some election predictions that fit nicely with the horrorcore rap album we review afterwards. Finally, it's time to make fun of Soundcloud Sufjan.
78 minutes | 5 months ago
Extremely Massive Genius (Ep. 95)
The Smashing Pumpkins put out new songs so we give them a listen, like Hesh on the Sopranos listening to Adriana's band play the cat song. We also review the new Fleet Foxes album, the new BBQ Top Chef ripoff on Netflix, and Joe's latest battle rap. (This is) the pod of Paul and Joe.
74 minutes | 8 months ago
Music Does Not Exist (Ep. 94)
Just two dudes rockin' and riffin'
95 minutes | 9 months ago
Full Gay Space Fiona Communism (Ep. 93)
Allison Pill in DEVS says, "All Coldplay Albums? Boring. Boning on the Moon? Destiny." Fiona's a perfect 10, Jeff Rosenstock and Car Seat Headrest keep transmitting grunge in their communities, and we take last episode's mildly successful gimmick and run it into the ground with a 90's rock tournament bracket.
103 minutes | 10 months ago
This Is A Long Podcast For Someone With Nowhere To Go (Ep. 92)
Modest Mouse. A dumb meme we discuss for 40 minutes. Wagering on Joe Biden. A Grimes flip-flop. We're trying to pod away the part of the day that we cannot sleep away.
76 minutes | a year ago
Comfort Zone (Ep. 91)
What's more reassuring in times of isolation than hearing us talk about The Smashing Pumpkins and Radiohead? Robocop Gameboy theme music! We also chat about Daniel Johnston, Frances Quinlan, Built to Spill, Eminem, and the total devastation the Coronavirus is bringing to the music world. Go buy a record right now!
62 minutes | a year ago
We Can Never Go Back to Mogadishu (Ep. 90)
Dodging Daryl Morey's crystal dragon, the pundits Paul and Joe dissect Obama's year-end playlist and reveal why it makes perfect sense for him to include Old Town Road. Then, we punch up the posturing, peering into a potpourri of pulchritudinous pieces: DJ Shadow's hip-hop mixtape, distorted cello classical, famous screaming female Sheryl Crow, Steppenwolf, and a track Paul listens to in-between Tucson raves. Plus, an uninformed discussion of vinyl sales! And no, you can't listen to the part we cut, even though it was very funny and extremely wise.
99 minutes | a year ago
Casters of Loaf (Ep. 89)
We pull the 2010’s out of the oven and see what the score is (Paul has quit the podcast due to this bread pun). Our meaningful music from the decade includes Local Natives, Low, Radiohead, Tame Impala, Foxygen, White Lung, and some podcaster emo. Also: Noname will not be playing on our show anytime soon.
81 minutes | a year ago
No Quarter (Ep. 88)
A tale of two podcasts: We spend 20 minutes getting depressed about Pitchfork's best of the 2010's album list, then rejoice in new music from Danny Brown, Nick Cave, and Big Thief without any "best of" pressure breathing down our sexy thicc necks.
89 minutes | a year ago
Lana D. James Podcast (Ep. 87)
RIC OCASEK, REST IN POWER! There are no more perfect podcasts, but that doesn't stop us from wanting to be judged. Topics include Lana Del Rey, people talking about Lana Del Rey, our own personal Yesterdays, Pitchfork's 10.0, and a lengthy discussion on what your criteria for your "favorite album" should actually be.
64 minutes | a year ago
Tools of the Simulation (Ep. 86)
Welcome back to the Tool of podcasts: overly analytical and released very infrequently. We talk about recently disbanded cult nu-alt Philly fav Cayetana, go deep and sad into Pedro the Lion's classic "Winners Never Quit," and then silently meditate on John Cage's "4'33"." The superintelligence running this ancestor simulation will reward you if you give us five stars on iTunes.
94 minutes | 2 years ago
Occasional Modest Disagreement (Ep. 85)
Did Boomers win Rock forever? Also, we talk: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Ágætis byrjun's 20th Anniversary, "Lesser" Neutral Milk Hotel, Car Seat Headrest, and more.
64 minutes | 2 years ago
Gallagher Brothers Drunk in the Elephant Enclosure (Ep. 84)
We make fun of Bill Simmons and Zane Lowe talking about Oasis, then discuss classic 60's albums from Captain Beefheart and The United States of America. Hi mom!
61 minutes | 2 years ago
Fever to Pod (Ep. 83)
We celebrate our third anniversary of podcasting by discussing the Yeah Yeah Yeah's Fever to Tell. Joe is celebrating so hard that he starts talking about Maladroit.
72 minutes | 2 years ago
Please Bigmouth How Soon Can You Strike The Dead Queen Boy With Murder That Never Goes Out (Ep. 82)
Our Best of Q4 2018 RAP HORN Uncle Tupelo RAP HORN Paul can't name songs RAP HORN Give us 5 Stars on iTunes RAP HORN Smashing Pumpkins RAP HORN RAP HORN RAP HORN Echo & the Bunnymen? LITERALLY ZERO
75 minutes | 2 years ago
No Longer Materialists (Ep. 81)
Ol' Gallagone and Ol' Six Shoota take everyone's favorite rural route straight to a discussion of race and country music. Then we remember Dick Dale and Scott Walker, enshrine Radiohead, and forget all about our favorite MySpace mp3s. Listen to Joe's unlistenable opening track in full here: https://soundcloud.com/gallagone/rainbows-one-thru-seven-at-the-bottom-all-i-need-are-big-ideas Our closing track this week is "E.T.A." by Damon & Naomi.
68 minutes | 2 years ago
Meaningful Hip Hop, Pt. 2: Morning Bell Trap Remix (Ep. 80)
Last question on the Harvard admissions form: "Has your dad released more than two classic albums?" ::Rivers Cuomo's kid slams fist down:: Paul talks about G-Unit, Angel Haze, RTJ, DJ Shadow, and more. The episode title is a joke from our amazing twitter feed, @savagebeastpod.
71 minutes | 2 years ago
Meaningful Hip Hop, Pt. 1: Five Shiny Morellos (Ep. 79)
Joe tells Paul the good news about Ryan Adams while they admire Tom Morello's head. Then, the boys discuss five meaningful rap songs from Joe's life, including tracks from Das Racist, 50 Cent, Tupac, and Black Star.
77 minutes | 2 years ago
Failing On Our Own Terms (Ep. 78)
Our best albums of Q3 2018. This ain't chitter-chatter, Chief!
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