Season 1 Episode 9: The Vasco Era In another edition of Obscure Australian Artists, Jenn and Alex delve into the world of little-known Apollo Bay band The Vasco Era. Best known for supporting Wolfmother at some show in London, our fearless podcast hosts got to know them the old fashioned way: stalking every gig they […]
Season 1 Episode 8 : JJAMZ Don’t worry, if you don’t know how to pronounce the name of this week’s band, there’s a whole YouTube video on people butchering it to teach you how. This week, Jenn tries to convince Alex of the merit of the Super Group JJAMZ, and there is much (drunken) discussion […]
Season 1 Episode 7 : The Mountain Goats After a brief break for the festive season, Jenn and Alex are back for 2018. This time, they delve into a band that 1) you might have heard of before and 2) you actually have a chance of seeing perform live – even if you don’t live […]
Season 1 SPECIAL EPISODE: Christmas Music (That Doesn’t Suck) At this very special time of the year, radio stations are playing the same five crappy Christmas songs on repeat. Alex and Jenn get together and drink their Christmas Gin (thanks, Four Pillars!) and discuss their favorite untraditional Christmas songs. And yes, they might mention the […]
Season 1 Episode 6: Timothy James Bowen We apologize for the continuation of our series of Obscure Australian Artists, but only a little. In Part 4 of OAA, Alex & Jenn introduce us to a songwriter with plenty of stories to tell – some will make you laugh, others will make you cry and, most […]
Season 1 Episode 5: Bob Evans In Part Two (of many) of Obscure Australian Artists, Alex and Jenn cover an artist that might sound to you like a comfort food restaurant but to Australians sounds like Adult Contemporary. They also discuss whether nor not “Adult Contemporary” is an insult. Check out Good Evans, It’s […]
Season 1 Episode 4: Sam Cooke, “Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963” Alex and Jenn go back in time to New York to explore the contentious issue of whether live albums can ever be that good (spoiler: they can.)
Season 1 Episode 3: The Strokes In this episode, we talk about the band that bought rock n roll back and spawned a whole generation of musicians who wore Converse and wanted to move to New York (and who are probably more 50% responsible for our own desire to move to New York and meet […]
Season 1 Episode 2: Whitley Welcome to the first round of obscure Australian artists even most Australians haven’t heard of. This episode is a little different, because instead of telling you all about the artist, we focus solely on one album that we love.
Season 1 Episode 1: Dawes Welcome to All Your Favorite Bands Podcast. Where we talk about our favorite bands, and maybe some of yours. To kick us off, the band that inspired a podcast, Dawes. To you, to us, to them — may all your favorite bands stay together.