Discologist

A Milwaukee based podcast/music blog that covers bands from every corner of the music universe. Informative panel discussions about the latest releases plus intimate interviews with our favorite artists that you won't hear anywhere else. We're the original purveyors of #alternativefacts. Also, may be powered by cats.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/discologist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 25 days 20 hours 59 minutes

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episode 359: Episode 359: The Sciences - Sleep


Stoner metal legends Sleep are back with a surprise new album - their first in almost twenty years - that dropped on that highest of holidaze, 4/20. Are the heady trio's new jams worth the wait, or are they skunked like so many lost bags of dirtweed? Kevin and Paul have got the hookup and aim to find out...


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 2018-04-23  34m
 
 

episode 360: Episode 360: Sounds of Washington, DC, Part 4


Known to most of the world as a political playground, Washington, D.C. is a city where decisions that shape the course of, not just American, but HUMAN history, are made every day. More than that though, D.C. is a city where cultures collide resulting in a creative class that produces some of the most compelling and diverse art in the world. Built on the legacy of jazz and go-go, D.C. is on the cusp of a creative explosion and bringing everything from hip-hop to indie rock into the fold...


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 2018-04-26  1h26m
 
 

episode 361: Episode 361: Mr. Jukebox - Joshua Hedley


Over the past few decades Country has dominated the music industry by embracing pop and hip-hop sensibilities, which makes Joshua Hedley's debut album Mr. Jukebox all that more refreshing. Forget "saving" country music, Hedley is merely laying down some great storytelling with a little twang, a time-tested recipe for feeling good, even if you're feeling bad...


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 2018-04-30  54m
 
 

episode 362: Episode 362: Dirty Computer - Janelle Monáe


Even in the darkest of timelines, Janelle Monáe has always been the most triumphant of superstars, and five long years, Janelle Monáe is finally returning to music to claim her throne.. Featuring the likes of Grimes, Brian Wilson, and everyone in between, Dirty Computer lets its freak flag fly higher than fuck, and the results represent a landmark achievement in pop, hip-hop, funk, and whatever the hell else Monáe feels like proving she's better than the rest of us at...


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 2018-05-03  58m
 
 

episode 362: Episode 362: Dirty Computer - Janelle Monáe


Even in the darkest of timelines, Janelle Monáe has always been the most triumphant of superstars, and five long years, Janelle Monáe is finally returning to music to claim her throne.. Featuring the likes of Grimes, Brian Wilson, and everyone in between, Dirty Computer lets its freak flag fly higher than fuck, and the results represent a landmark achievement in pop, hip-hop, funk, and whatever the hell else Monáe feels like proving she's better than the rest of us at...


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 2018-05-03  57m
 
 

episode 363: Episode 363: The Horizon Just Laughed - Damien Jurado


On his 15th album, Damien Jurado is coming back down to earth and leaving the cosmic vibes of Maraqopa for more familiar territory. The self-produced The Horizon Just Laughed finds the singer/songwriter coupling the more straightforward folk influences that could be found in his prior work with a 60's/70's pop sensibility to produce one of the most engaging and heartfelt albums of his career...


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 2018-05-07  43m
 
 

episode 364: Episode 364: Ry Cooder - The Prodigal Son


Over the past fifty years and more than thirty-five albums and soundtracks, guitarist Ry Cooder has pushed boundaries, made history, and proved time and time again why many consider him to be one of the greatest musicians of all time.

On The Prodigal Son - his first album in five years - Cooder is going back to the crossroads to deliver a scathing (and often hilarious) indictment the times we're in through gospel and blues songs that have spoken to our condition for generations...


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 2018-05-10  1h5m
 
 

episode 365: Episode 365: Johnny Fantastic of Stronger Sex


Synth-rock provocateurs Stronger Sex have gone through several lineup changes over the past few years, but on their debut LP There Is No Stronger Sex the (now) duo of Johnny Fantastic and Leah Gage (both veterans of the DC DIY scene) have found their "final form," and the result is an electric and aggressively danceable album that is one of the most exciting releases of 2018...


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 2018-05-14  1h13m
 
 

episode 366: Episode 366: Sparkle Hard - Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks


Sparkle Hard, Stephen Malkmus' seventh album with his band The Jicks, finds the indie-rock icon/god experimenting with a more "mainstream" palate, slinging some prerequisite Pavement vibes, and even recording one of the most political songs of his career. On our latest podcast, Kevin, Drew, and (Malkmus-superfan) Eduardo are dissecting the new LP to find out if Malkmus has still got "magic," or if his particular brand of indie-rock has seen it's better days...


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 2018-05-17  43m
 
 

episode 367: Episode 367: Angel Dust - Faith No More [Discologist]


After finally finding their "voice" on The Real Thing, there was nowhere to go but up for Faith No More, which makes it all that more remarkable that an album like Angel Dust exists. Considered by many to be the weirdest album ever released on a major label, Angel Dust fused rap-ish, metal, grindcore, juvenilia, psychedelia, The Commodores - basically everything but the kitchen sink - into what many consider to be one of the defining masterworks of the 1990's...


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 2018-05-21  1h7m