The story of 90s rock one week at a time since 2011.
Weekly episodes featuring 90s album reviews, interviews, and roundtable discussions.
Fini Scad released their lone album Wider Screen in 1998 and disappeared, is it time to discover a diamond in the rough or leave it buried?
On the Jesus And Mary Chain's 1998 album Munki, is there a great album buried in an overlong and inconsistent seventy minutes of music?
The Falling Joys 1992 sophomore album Psychohum is the eclectic mixture early 90s alternative promised but could not consistently deliver
Eric Melin and Bill McShane of Ultimate Fakebook join us to discuss the 1999 release (and 2000 Sony rerelease) This Will Be Laughing Week
On her fourth album, Tori Amos assembled an all-star band to bulk up her minimalist piano sound but at the expense of melody
Who are our favorite drummers of the 1990s? Who has been underappreciated or overshadowed? What fills and beats keep us air drumming?
U2 were critical darlings and wildly successful in the 80s, entering the 90 wanting to reinvent their sound, but did they go to far?
Spacehog scored a massive hit single off their debut, but their follow-up failed to chart, is it a sophomore slump worth revisiting?
How do you get gear to gigs with no band van? Get your band noticed in a sea of competition? Avoid getting randomly attacked on the street?
What is Desert Rock? A scene? A sound? We chat with the Desert Age filmmaker to understand what made it so unique.
Craig Wedren joins us to discuss his new solo album Adult Desire, songwriting for film and television, Shudder To Think, and much more
A Tennessee rock band signed by the legendary Clive Davis to Arista records after just thirteen gigs together.
He shares how Superdrag ended up being release number one for Arena Rock and the story of how they returned to the label years later.
Jody started out with The Belltower, a dreamy/shoegaze band, but later joined Fountains of Wayne after their debut was recorded.
Marko DeSantis of Sugarcult, The Ataris and more joins us for an indepth discussion on growing up in Santa Barbara, Sweet Relief and more.
This season featured everything from the guitar power pop of Brendan Benson to the Indian-meets-Britpop sounds of Cornershop.
We pick our favorite roundtable and interview episodes, choose which album we revisited was our favorite discovery and more from 2016.
Our season review for 2015 - we discuss our favorite interview, roundtable discussions and albums reviews from season five.
It's the end of the year, which means it is time to wrap up 2014 with our favorite albums and new discoveries, plus a giveaway!
We've found our favorite tunes of the past season, and picked our album discovery of the year.