The Soundtrack to a Life
Episode 18: E*Mo*Tion
Episode Notes: Carly Rae Jepsen - E*Mo*Tion Carly Rae Jepsen on Wikipedia Spin Magazine An early '00s Kylie Minogue Move The last Madonna song I listened to Cher on Twitter, not giving a fuck Elderly Bob Dylan, also not giving a fuck Contemporary Neil Young, judge for yourself Justin Timberlake, who no longer knows what's good Daniel on Twitter The Calgary Roller Derby Association
Episode 17: One Step Beyond
Episode Notes: Madness - One Step Beyond Madness on Wikipedia Careless Whisper, by Wham! George Michael, at a piano, pouring out the contents of his heart The Sax-player from Madness flying through the air Go listen to some Prince Buster, if you want to! Wanna go see the Melvins? The Calgary Roller Derby Association
Episode 16: Chinese Fountain
Episode Notes: The Growlers - Chinese Fountain The Growlers on Wikipedia Sweater Weather - A Great Song Who's Authors' Name I Can Never Recall 36? Electric Six, who you can now see at a bar The Clash's Debut Joy Division's Debut The Killers - My favourite synth band from 1984 Smashmouth, who briefly were mandatory Buddy Holly, the original indie hipster Portlandia, featuring Danzig Fred Armisen's Stand-up for Drummers Broken City, where most things can exist Shut Up and Dance...
Episode 015: I am Not Afraid of You, and I Will Beat Your Ass
Episode Notes: Yo La Tengo - I am Not Afraid of You, and I Will Beat Your Ass Yo La Tengo, on Wikipedia Matador Records An acapella Modest Mouse cover, because of course that exists What's fun to do in Cincinnati? Prince's House, which is also a museum of Prince A book in which I murder everyone at West Edmonton Mall Rampage, the dumbest movie this year that I'll absolutely see twice Canadian Rail: Take the train! Sled Island, who Yo La Tengo once headlined The current Yo La...
Episode 014: Holy Diver
Episode Notes: Dio - Holy Diver Dio on Wikipedia Black Sabbath, Featuring Dio The Music Video for Holy Diver Jack Black bicking Dio's style Holy Diver live Lord of the Rings, the most metal of book series' Daft Punk live, doing their sexy robot thing Depeche Mode live, from the biggest tour last year Motley Crue live, playing my favourite song by them Five Thirty-Eight, who are really good at stats
Episode 013: The Holy Bible
Episode Notes: The Manic Street Preachers new album, Resistance is Futile. Buy it and pay money so they come to Canada Manic Street Preachers - The Holy Bible Manic Street Preachers on Wikipedia Richie Edwards carving "4-Real" into his arm. Please don't do this Richie Edwards' disappearance If You Tolerate This, Your Children Will Be Next, the best title a song has ever been given Blondie - Parallel Lines, a punk band produced like a pop band
Episode 012: Fashion Nugget
Episode Notes: Cake - Fashion Nugget Cake's Wikipedia They Might be Giants Fastball A Monologue from Coupling Radiohead have something that they're trying to accomplish here, and if you don't listen to it all you're not going to know what that is. Actual Nobel Prize Winner Bob Dylan The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Are Cake Touring? I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor I Will Survive - Cake
Episode 011 - Witching Hour
Episode Notes: Ladytron - Witching Hour Ladytron's Wikipedia Ladytron - Destroy Everything You Touch Backstreet Boys on Tour Depeche Mode, playing guitar music Gary Numan's Back, Baby! Lush, during the hot minute where shoegaze was a thing Communion After Dark I will always link to Terminus Jubilations, with whom I did a lot of Dinner Theatre Some Moby, for when you can't handle your life right now Rage Against the Machine, who are not responsible for the sorts of bands that...
Episode 010 - Them Crooked Vultures
Episode Notes: Them Crooked Vultures Queens of the Stone Age Eagles of Death Metal Foo Fighters Led Zepplin Dave Grohl on a Rock Throne Need for Speed Burnout Ocean's Eleven Foo Fighters Unplugged, which actually sounds great, so I don't know why I was being snarky about that! Red Hot Chili Peppers, Playing Suck My Kiss live J9Productions Hump Day House Party Nite Owl
Episode 009 - Richard D James Album
Episode Notes: Aphex Twin - The Richard D. James Album Girl/Boy Song, which I was obsessed with That one Prodigy record everybody bought Fatboy Slim, who is relentlessly fun The Housemartins, featuring Fatboy Slim Reggie Watts, being amazing Comedy Bang-Bang Nite Owl Hump Day House Party Habitat Living Sound Cafe Koi NaNoWriMo A man and a fish, but also life Watchmen, by Alan Moore