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Now hear this. The heavyweight champion of podcasts for music lovers. The premise is simple: We dig deep into one album, then we give away that album on vinyl. That’s it. Dig it.

Now hear this. The heavyweight champion of podcasts for music lovers. The premise is simple: We dig deep into one album, then we give away that album on vinyl. That’s it. Dig it.
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Atlanta, GA

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Now hear this. The heavyweight champion of podcasts for music lovers. The premise is simple: We dig deep into one album, then we give away that album on vinyl. That’s it. Dig it.

Twitter:

@tunedig

Language:

English

Contact:

4044878543


Episodes

Episode 011: Rage Against the Machine's "Rage Against the Machine"

11/2/2018
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On the eve of an opportunity for Americans to lift their voices in demand of a more perfect union, we seek wisdom for this moment from the uncompromising, incendiary vision of our generation’s most effective revolutionaries. Troubling as it may be that so much still rings so true in Rage’s quarter-century-old debut, there is strength to be drawn from its message: We, the People, have a world to win.

Duration:00:30:45

Episode 010: Kanye West's "The College Dropout"

10/19/2018
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The Kanyepalooza™ of the past few months made us question if Ye ever actually made anything that made him worth all this fuss. (SPOILER: He did.) This investigation wasn’t as simple as missing the old Kanye — because every Ye fan seems to have a different favorite album — but we wound up looking back with admiration on the first time Donda’s son held the zeitgeist in his hands and turned it upside-down.

Duration:00:30:22

Episode 009: Norma Jean's "Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child"

10/5/2018
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Local scenes are forces of nature, catching fire and burning out as people come and go. We kick off season 2 close to home, looking back at a scene stoked by an abrasive, electric mess of a thing from little ol’ Douglasville, Georgia, setting our unsuspecting Southern hometown all ablaze. Guess you had to be there.

Duration:00:25:43

Episode 008: John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme"

7/27/2018
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All paths led to this. Season 1 closes on a sublime note, exploring the profound power of one of the most important albums in American history, full stop. We give thanks to Coltrane's cosmically attuned hymn of gratitude for the holy spirit he saw flowing through everything. Yeah, we dare say this one got downright profound.

Duration:00:33:18

Episode 007: Hüsker Dü's "Zen Arcade"

7/13/2018
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The antagonistically long, spastically eclectic Zen Arcade is about growing out of where you’re from and into a form you don’t yet fit. For better or worse, it’s as punk as punk gets. Join the fun as two grown-up punks reckon with the good, the bad, and the WTF of a hardcore staple they’d missed until long after their best pitting years.

Duration:00:29:01

Episode 006: Childish Gambino's "Awaken, My Love!"

6/29/2018
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Consider this our RT of FX’s John Landgraf, who warned the world to “underestimate Donald Glover at your own peril.” This episode finds us talking a little about Gambino’s afro-futurist awakening on “Awaken” as a vehicle to talk a lot about Glover’s many punk rock masterstrokes.

Duration:00:42:29

Episode 005: Soundgarden's "Superunknown"

6/15/2018
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The spirit of Superunknown perhaps is best captured by an offhand press quote from Kim Thayil: “Human beings are a wild composite of temporal events and insights and motivations and restrained behaviors ... and memories both delusional and accurate.” In this episode, we reflect on a masterpiece that captured the contradictions and complexity of raw emotion, and we explore the black hole-sized void torn open by the loss of a musical titan.

Duration:00:29:45

Episode 004: Sleep's "Dopesmoker"

6/1/2018
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It’s easy to make a punchline out of this “album” (read: single 63-minute song) and the circumstances surrounding it, but as we explore the music that wound up becoming a heavy music landmark, we found something profound. On Sleep's "Dopesmoker", the journey really is the destination after all.

Duration:00:30:11

Episode 003: Portishead's "Dummy"

5/18/2018
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Portishead’s dark, timeless mystique is hard to capture, so instead we mostly meditate on “the air around the thing.” Venture into the fog with Bristol’s anti-heroes and the cinematic landscape of what the BBC called “quite simply one of the greatest debut albums of the 1990s.”

Duration:00:27:54

Episode 002: Led Zeppelin's "Houses of the Holy"

5/4/2018
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Led Zeppelin's follow-up to "IV" arrived as they were becoming the biggest rock band in the world—but they didn't choose to play it safe. We discuss all the twists and turns amassed on this behemoth of an album and give you some new ways to hear these nearly 50-year-old songs that still feel fresh.

Duration:00:38:03

Episode 001: Outkast's "Stankonia"

4/20/2018
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We kick off the podcast with one of our all-time favorite records, embedded deeply in our hometown. It turns out the south did have something to say, and it's influenced decades of music just as much as it borrowed from the funkiness of the past.

Duration:00:36:15

Episode 001: Outkast's "Stankonia"

4/20/2018
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We kick off the podcast with one of our all-time favorite records, embedded deeply in our hometown. It turns out the south did have something to say, and it's influenced decades of music just as much as it borrowed from the funkiness of the past.

Duration:00:36:13

Episode 001: Outkast's "Stankonia"

4/20/2018
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We kick off the podcast with one of our all-time favorite records, embedded deeply in our hometown. It turns out the south did have something to say, and it's influenced decades of music just as much as it borrowed from the funkiness of the past.

Duration:00:37:10