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90s Indie Rock Heaven

SlantedAesthetic
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Great podcast for anyone interested in 90s indie rock. A sure way to discover both forgotten favourites and new musical discoveries alike, Dig Me Out certainly scratches a certain sonic itch. With its two hosts who have a knowledgeable background in the genre and the occasional special guest, this will have you scouring iTunes, record shops and even your dust covered record collections for albums you've long forgotten you ever loved. Essential listening for those invested in 90s alternative music nostalgia.

One of my favorite music Podcasts

SitAndSpinwithJoe
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I always look forward to hearing what Tim and Jay are going to dig up next. Sometimes it's a fave of mine, too. Others, it's something I've never heard of before, that leads to a cool new discovery. Even on those occasions when I don't agree with the hosts opinions, it's always an entertaining listen. If you love 90's music, especially that on the obscure or underrated side, this is a podcast you should be checking out!

Deep dives into bands forgotten by most

Tankboy
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Whether these guys are revisiting a monster like Guns N Roses or a criminally overlooked act like Triplefastaction, every episode tries to bring a fresh critical eye to albums that are often two decades old but sound as if they could have been released yesterday.

539 Killjoy by Shihad