We're joined once again by friend of the show Meys, of Picking Up Something Good and And Also With You, to speak about the infamous 0.0 album by The Flaming Lips, Zaireeka. For some reason we also end up talking about Matthew Lesko, Steele from Balto, Mortal Kombat, and Neil Young's Pono. I was gonna release this one as 3 separate episodes to be played simultaneously but I think that Pitchfork writer Jason Josephes would find me and murder me. David | Matt | Meys | Tuning Fork Zaireeka listening party on Bandcamp
David is a 30 year old web developer from Minnesota. He makes synthpop music as Spinning Voices, plays board games, pets his cats, and listens to too much music. Homestar Runner fan since 2003.
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János of always being on his damn podcasts joins us to talk about The Unicorns' first and final album, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? from 2003. We uncover some lore about Genius dot com on this one which forever changes our relationship to the website and its staff. Also we are very thankful to Nick Thorburn for inventing podcasts. David | Matt | János | Tuning Fork Interview with Alden Penner Music by Alden Penner as "go fuck yourself"
(CONTENT WARNING FOR CHILD DEATH) Join Nonna Roy and Spinning "David" Voices as they experience the entire gamut of Reddit emotions in this reading of parts 1-3 of "r/nosleep - I'm a Search and Rescue Officer for the US Forest Service, I have some stories to tell," better known as THE STAIRS IN THE WOODS! Featuring: the ongoing Fucked-Up Guy Count; Napoleon Dynamite (2004) funny moments; McDonalds tube sherpa; a spooky Roy thing; plus, is Seth Rogen large? Noise Space | Patreon | Discord | Twitter | Roy | David
Our friend James rejoins us to talk about one of his favorites, 2011's w h o k i l l by tUnE-yArDs. Merrill Garbus has a whole lot of her personal politics come out in the lyrics of this album...moreso than any of us remembered. Some of it works, some of it is going in our cringe compilation. David | Matt | James | Tuning Fork
We're back, baby! This time we're looking at Grizzly Bear's first full-band album from 2006, Yellow House. We're joined by Brannon from New Nintendo Podcast XL and Children's Television Workshop. This is the one where Ed Droste says he is the asshole and Chris Taylor crams the album chock fulla ghosts. David | Matt | Brannon | Tuning Fork
We got double Minnesota action on this one. Charlie from Live Free, Twi Hard joins us to discuss that most important album of the year 2000 if you were a sad teen, Fevers And Mirrors by Bright Eyes. Conor Oberst does a lot of warbling about Russian space stations on this one and somehow we end up talking about that goddamn Quizno's commercial again. Join us, won't you? David | Matt | Charlie Tuning Fork
Jordan from Juergen' It, Like A Podcast, and Slappers Only joins us to talk about some bearded white men and their tendency to pronounce words incorrectly. There's some discussion of losing your Melee save file, stuff about Mumford And Sons, and of course dancing shirtless with a saxophone. And who could forget Dad Johnny Wet? David | Matt | Jordan Tuning Fork
Stephanie from City Girls Make Do joins us again to talk about the much-maligned Make Believe by Weezer. Rivers Cuomo's side project is Incel and the Troubled Relationship. There's a surprising amount of discussion about Shrek in this one too. David | Matt | Stephanie Tuning Fork
CW for some lyrical content about sexual assault. Roy from Podcasting Is Forbidden In The Cloud Recesses, and previous guest Trevor of Giants Confirmed join us to talk about the most big-brained album of the Prog Aughts. Pitchfork really really hates these guys. But hey, there's two members of Red Hot Chili Peppers on this album so it can't be all bad. David | Matt | Roy | Trevor Tuning Fork
David is joined by Bran of New Nintendo Podcast XL to discuss Trogdor, everyone's favorite wingaling dragon with consummate V's. Turns out they both grew up Christian and loved that wholesome Homestar Runner content. David | Bran | The Stick