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Episode 95 - July 23, 2019 (Bukka White, The Factory Girls, Drive Like Jehu, NRBQ, Don Covay)

7/24/2019
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Bukka White is featured with three songs, including a rare live performance from 1967, as well as the world premier of Jack Houston's band The Factory Girls, plus tracks from San Diego punks Drive Like Jehu, Portland band Black Belt Eagle Scout, soul/funk pioneer Don Covay, and veteran rockers NRBQ (who Bob will likely fast forward through if he ever listens to this episode again).

Duration:01:02:21

Episode 94 - July 4, 2019 (Richard Thompson, Amyl & The Sniffers, E, Yellow Magic Orchestra)

7/5/2019
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Featured artists are Richard Thompson (including a rare live track), Yellow Magic Orchestra, Eiko Ishibashi, E (with Tahlia Zedek), Amyl and the Sniffers, and classic hip hop from Xanadu, as Bob and Mike bring one of the most fun and most varied shows in a while. Plus Bob and Mike announce the launch of the joint Little Brother/Broker's Tip bandcamp page: littlebroker.bandcamp.com.

Duration:01:03:30

Episode 93 - June 17, 2019 (Fugi, Etta James, Ohmme, Bongwater, Killdozer, Flop, Rayon, Odd Pets)

6/18/2019
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Early funk burner from Fugi, plus Etta James, Chicago band Ohmme, Shimmy Disc heroes Bongwater, Touch and Go grunge punk from Killdozer, plus Flop, Rayon, and Odd Pets, as Bob and Mike jump between genres, eras, and all over the globe.

Duration:01:07:46

Episode 92 - June 4, 2019 (Nels Cline Trio, Post Pink, LaVern Baker, Missy Elliot)

6/6/2019
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Tracks from releases on Bob's label (Brokers' Tip) and Mike's label (Little Brother Records), plus discussion of UK dub, VA rap, soul, free jazz, and indie rock. Tracks from Post Pink, Nels Cline Trio, LaVern Baker, Sticky Filth, Missy Elliot, African Head Charge, and Gentleman Jesse.

Duration:01:16:21

Episode 91 - June 3, 2019 (Porlolo, Fatback Band, Left Banke, Mdou Moctar, My Dad Is Dead)

6/4/2019
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Featured songs from Portolo, The Left Banke, Mdou Moctar, My Dad Is Dead, The Boston Typewriter Orchestra, and The Fatback Band, plus Bob talks a bit about the news surrounding the Pavement reunion that was just announced for 2020.

Duration:00:55:46

Episode 90 - May 16, 2019 (Sparks Spotlight plus Mac DeMarco, Gurr, and others)

5/16/2019
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Sparks are spotlighted with three songs, plus songs from Mac DeMarco, Gurr, Curtis Harding, Sarah Mary Chadwick, and Hany Mehanna are played and discussed, plus Bob gives his pick for the Preakness Stakes.

Duration:01:04:10

Episode 89 - May 9, 2019 (Sebadoh Feature)

5/10/2019
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Sebadoh is the featured artist for the entire show, and Bob and Mike play 16 songs from all eras of the band, telling stories about Lou, Eric, and Jason, and what the songs mean to them.

Duration:01:33:50

Episode 088 (Kentucky Derby DQ addendum) - May 9, 2019

5/10/2019
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Bob and Mike revisit the discussion from Episode 88 on the disqualification of Maximum Security in the Kentucky Derby, in light of both Bob Baffert and Andy Beyer speaking out against the DQ.

Duration:00:10:05

Episode 88 - May 7, 2019

5/8/2019
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Sounds from Love Tractor, The Embarrassment, The Dils, Rank & File, The Flesh Eaters, and Curtis Knight with Jimi Hendrix, plus Bob and Mike discuss the running of the 145th Kentucky Derby, Maximum Security's controversial disqualification, and the elevation of Country House as the winner.

Duration:01:15:27

Episode 87 - May 1, 2019

5/2/2019
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An epic horse-by-horse preview of all runners in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby from Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan, plus songs from Palace Brothers, Mos Def, Rodan, Freschard, Kicking Giant, and Your Food.

Duration:01:48:18

Episode 86 - April 24, 2019

4/25/2019
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Seam and Parquet Courts each get multiple songs and extended discussion (including Seam's cover of "This Ain't No Picnic" by The Minutemen), plus a lost classic from Elyse Weinberg (with Neil Young on guitar), and killer songs from singer-songwriter Jeffrey Lewis, violinist Gaelynn Lea, and South African jazz legends Dudu Pukwana and Spear. Also, Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan discuss scene rivalries in the '90s an Bob compares Parquet Courts to Ween.

Duration:01:03:53

Episode 85 - April 12, 2019

4/13/2019
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Pram and Crackerbash each get two tracks, plus Little Willie John, Team Dresch, Scout Niblett, Trans Am, and Julia Jacklin are played and discussed. Tangents include the Portland scene and poker vs horse racing.

Duration:01:02:54

Episode 84 - April 5, 2019

4/6/2019
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Spotlight on The Saints, plus Laura Carter (Bar-B-Q Killers and Jack'O'Nuts), KRS-One, John Wonderling, Rudimentary Peni, and Lebanese '60s rock band The Cedars (The Sea-dars).

Duration:00:55:52

Episode 83 - March 27, 2019

3/28/2019
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The Monks, The Rezillos, Maxine Funke, The Demics, The Nosebleeds, and The Exbats are played and discussed. Bob and Mike also discuss music criticism in contrast to music fandom, and Mike celebrates Byron Coley as someone who positively influenced his musical tastes.

Duration:00:57:13

Episode 82 - February 15, 2019

2/16/2019
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Bob and Mike play tracks from Bettie Serveert, Bill MacKay, The Alpaca Brothers, David Nance Band, Mike Nyoni & Born Free, and Dakota Staton.

Duration:00:54:03

Episode 81 - February 8, 2019

2/9/2019
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Songs from Valerie June, Treepeople, Griot musicians Noura Mint Seymali and Sourakata Koité, Loose Tooth, Fila Brazilia, and 1960s transgender pioneer Jackie Shane, plus Bob talks about his indie rock fantasy basketball league with Stephen Malkmus, Doug Martsch, and others.

Duration:00:58:15

Episode 80 -January 25, 2019

1/26/2019
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Back from a short hiatus, Bob and Mike play and discuss songs from Royal Trux, Bow Wow Wow, Daughters, Emily Loizeau, Corduroy, Unicorn, and Yo La Tengo.

Duration:01:14:07

Episode 79 - December 12, 2018

12/12/2018
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Silver Jews are featured, including a rare live acoustic version of "Trains Across The Sea," and Bob announces that David Berman will release a new album in early 2019 under the name Purple Mountains. Lyn Collins, The Suicide Commandos, and Tony Molina are also played and discussed.

Duration:01:02:21

Episode 78 - November 13, 2018

11/13/2018
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Songs from The Electric Eels, Death Of Samantha, Essential Logic, Dick Diver, Lucy Arnell, and Guitar Slim Green, plus Bob tells a story about going on tour with Huggy Bear and The Frumpies.

Duration:00:56:43

Episode 77 - November 8, 2018

11/8/2018
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Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan are back with a new episode featuring songs from The Membranes, The Kinks, Fifty Foot Hose, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya, The Beths, and a vintage live performance from James Brown.

Duration:00:49:49