The story of 90s rock one week at a time since 2011.
Weekly episodes featuring 90s album reviews, interviews, and roundtable discussions.
On their fifth album and major-label debut Eyewitness, Shades Apart refined their sharp punk edges for radio-friendly power-pop-punk
What is Tokyo Anal Dynamite by The Gerogerigegege? Our ears are still ringing, trying to figure it out. Punk? Noise? Nothing? Everything?
On Cats and Dogs, Royal Trux synthesized 70s blues and psychedelic rock through a 90s lo-fi lens to create a unique if frustrating listen
From the other side of the country, Clutch tapped into the California stoner and desert rock sound on their self-titled 1995 album
On 1993's Rid Of Me the sound-shifting PJ Harvey created a visceral and vital record, deconstructing blues and punk with poetic tension
In the 90s Neil Young sounded reinvigorated revisiting his past while finding collaborators in the exploding alternative rock scene
We revisit and discuss the overlooked, under-appreciated, forgotten, and not so forgotten albums of 1991
We spent Thanksgiving Eve with our listeners and shared the music we were thankful for during the unrelenting dumpster fire that was 2020
90s Film and television were full of fictitious bands and musical artists - some worthy of revisiting, some best left on dusty VHS cassettes
Our patrons join us to discuss their favorite record labels of the 1990s, including Touch and Go, Estrus, Revelation, Lookout, and many more
We're joined by members of Triplefastaction and some special guests for a deep dive on the reissue of their 1997 sophomore Cattlemen Don't
We revisit the debut 1993 album by Dig with lead singer and guitarist Scott Hackwith
Michael McDermott and Brian Koppelman stop by to share their experiences working together as artist and A&R rep on the 1993 album Gethsemane
Guitarist Christopher Thorn joins us for an indepth revist of their 1995 sophomore album Soup
For more the past twenty years since his major label debut, Jonny Polonsky has charted his own unique course through the music industry
We look back at our tenth season, share our favorite album episodes and roundtables, and talk about heading into our eleventh season in 2021
We look back at our ninth season, share our favorite album reviews and roundtables, and talk about heading into our tenth season in 2020
We look back at our eighth season, share our favorite episodes and talk about future plans for the show heading into 2019
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.