The story of 90s rock one week at a time since 2011.
Weekly episodes featuring 90s album reviews, interviews, and roundtable discussions.
We explore the world of Indian fusion jazz folk and rock, and our first live album, on the 1997 release Desert Rain by Indian Ocean
Cosmic Psychos might be unknown in the United States, but their fuzzed-out punk can be heard in grunge, stoner, and action rock followers
On Born To Quit, the Smoking Popes combine old school rock 'n roll riffing with Ratpack crooning with impressive execution and confidence
Pollyanna hit it big in Australia with their debut, but their sophomore album Hello Halo makes the case for the deep cuts and left turns
Eels sophomore release Electro-Shock Blues is an emotionally devastating record that manages to grow more poignant as its audience matures
What makes a great tribute album? We sort through over a hundred released in the 1990s to highlight the best collections of curated covers
We revisit the early formative years of Muse, a band that would go on to become a global powerhouse of touring, album sales and singles
We revisit Lilith Fair with a roundtable of performers and concert-goers to discuss the musical and cultural impact of the festival
Dada's 1994 sophomore album American Highway Flower didn't score a hit single like Dizz Knee Land on their debut, is it worth checking out?
After a 3-year hiatus, R.E.M. started the 90s with Out Of Time and evolved musically throughout a turbulent decade of change for the band
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
Craig Wedren joins us to discuss his new solo album Adult Desire, songwriting for film and television, Shudder To Think, and much more
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.
Our season review for 2015 - we discuss our favorite interview, roundtable discussions and albums reviews from season five.