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Bob and Mike return with a focus on Pauline Murray of Penetration, plus her duet with Peter Perrett of The Only Ones, as well as new music from Myriam Gendron, archival tracks from Cincinnati punk band The Dents, and classic tracks from Aphex Twin, Nikki Giovanni, and The Members.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike play songs from across the world, spanning decades. current music from Megan Siebe and Juniore anchors the show, along with a couple songs from anti-folk cult legend Ish Marquez, and New York power pop heroes The Speedies. The show ends with a couple legends, jazz saxophonist Pharoah Sanders and slack key guitarist Keola Beamer.…
 
Bob and Mike focus on new music, with four songs released in 2021 (by Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp, Horsegirl, Etran de L'Aïr, and Vanishing Twin), plus classic '90s UK punk from Leatherface, and the legendary soul drummer Bernard "Pretty" Purdie. They also discuss the recently announced Pavement shows in 2022.…
 
Bob and Mike play a wide diversity of artists, including '80s Dutch anarcho punk band Rondos, Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil, Nigerian juju legend King Sunny Ade, Korean rock legend Shin Joong Hyun & Yup Juns, new music from Squirrel Flower, and a recent song from Apache Sun.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike play one song each from Blind Blake, Gal Costa, Flat Worms, Endless Boogie, Sea Pinks, and Crack Cloud. Topics of discussion include how people traveled in the 1920s and 1930s, Brazilian geography, the Indie Pop Hall of Fame, moms, college radio, and the stupid ads that play when using a certain streaming service that shall go unnamed …
 
A truly international show, as Bob and Mike span continents and play punk rock from Japan (Friction) and Germany (Mittagspause), dance hip hop from Ghana (Ata Kak), electronic music from Sweden (The Knife), coldwave from Canada (Essaie Pas), go go funk from Washington, DC (Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers), and rhythmic no wave from New York (Thick…
 
Nels Cline (the 82nd greatest guitarist of all time, according to Rolling Stone) joins Bob and Mike to share and discuss music. Tangents abound, including discussions on Frank Zappa, driving in LA, how Nels sold Mike records in the '80s, and much more.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike discuss music from multiple continents and throughout different eras, including tangents about answer songs, UK music between The Smiths and The Stone Roses, and Billy Bragg playing with Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprosy.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Newer music (Corvair, This Is The Kit, Nap Eyes, Ruth Good) is mixed in with older stuff (West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Linda Smith, Candi Staton), as Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan discuss all topics from environmentally friendly lawnmowers, former MLB star Otis Nixon's personal life, and the possibility of a Pavement tour in 2022.…
 
Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan celebrate D Boon's birthday and the anniversary of Sub Pop Records, plus they play and discuss songs from Wreckless Eric, Experience Unlimited, Familie Hesselbach, Yasmine Hamdan, Soapkills, 75 Dollar Guitar, Mudhoney, and current Sub Pop artist Lael Neale.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
A wide variety of diverse sounds on this episode, featuring Nancy (indie pop from Brighton, UK), Tokow Boys (electronic new wave from Paris, France), Yom & Wang Li (clarinet and Jew's harp from France), King Tubby and Augustus Pablo (dub reggae from Jamaica), Ivan Boogaloo Joe Jones (soul jazz guitar from the U.S.), and Marlene Dietrich (folk pop f…
 
Bob and Mike play songs from all over the world; UK, Liberia, France, Glasgow, Australia, and Kansas City, plus Bob wants to discuss the purchase of nearly expired meats. Also, Wire is used as an example to discuss artists with three consecutive records to start a career that were brilliant and yet markedly different from the albums that came befor…
 
Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan hop all over the map, playing music from the U.K. (Broken Orchestra with Lyn Acton, 'O' Level), Sweden (Trad Gras Och Stenar, Träden), Denmark (The Raveonettes), New York (Brazilian Girls), and New Orleans (Lee Dorsey).By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
It's hard to go off script with an unscripted show, but Bob and Mike ended up doing just by playing unplanned songs from Metal Urbain, Carrom, and Strawman (covering Minutemen), in addition to songs from La Femme, 86 (featuring Mac McNeilly of Jesus Lizard), Dungen, Jr. Walker & The All Stars, Subway Sect, and two from Stereo Total in honor of the …
 
fIREHOSE is featured with three songs, plus Bob and Mike play and discuss new music from Mira Pardelha and Dry Cleaning, an older favorite from Sic Alps, a jazz funk classic from Richard Groove Holmes (and the Beastie Boys song in tribute to him), and power pop from Little Girls opens and closes the show. Side tangents include chats about the weath…
 
Toronto musician Dave Schoonderbeek joins Bob and Mike to play and discuss music from Canada, including Sloan, The Sadies, Fifth Column, The Unicorns, Good Horsey, Amy Millan, The Diableros, Anagram, Martha and the Muffins, Eric's Trip, and Dave himself.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike feature songs from The Jam, Cleaners From Venus (aka Martin Newell), Spectrum, Sulka, '80s LA punks Legal Weapon, and Atlanta soul legend Lee Moses. Mike makes a comparison between The Jam and The Replacements; Bob is dubious.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike plays three songs from Catherine Ireton, two songs from Sunny War (including a Wire cover as well as the Wire original), plus songs from Beak>, James Blood Ulmer, Damaged Bug, and Cut Worms. all while telling stories about spelling bees and The Antiques Roadshow.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike play songs from Bronwynne Brent, Beautify Junkyards, The Broken Family Band, Sam Dees, Cheap Trick, and Wingtip Sloat. Mike makes the case for a particular song by Cheap Trick as the blueprint for what Nirvana became, and Bob highlights new music from Portugal.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Extemporaneous discussion that led to many extra songs being played, including songs by Vini Reilly's first band The Nosebleeds, current 4AD stars Big Thief, and extra songs from hip hop precursors The Watts Prophets and current Brooklyn politico punks Straw Man Army. Other artists include Vini Reilly's landmark group Durutti Column, Louisville mus…
 
Chicago-based illustrator Dmitry Samarov joins Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan to play and discuss tracks from Azita, Sexores, Cheater Slicks, The Nightingales, Little Walter, Mute Duo, Numbers, Marie Et Les Garcons, and The Sneetches. Topics for discussion include first jobs after college, publishing your own book, driving cabs, and seeing live mus…
 
Fred Thomas joins Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan to talk Detroit music, live music, and recording music on the night before Thanksgiving. Along with a couple songs by Fred, there were songs from Funkadelic, Galen, Sung Water, Dr. Pete Larson and His Cytotoxic Nyatiti Band, Boldy James & Sterling Toles, Roachclip, 10cc, Oh-OK, Evan Parker & John Wie…
 
Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan discuss the early mystery around Pavement, going to shows in the late '80s, and play music from Beth Orton, Funkadelic, Dumptruck, Les Savy Fav, Eric Dimmack & Sonny Cole, and Oppenheimer Analysis.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike feature the work of Chris Rowley, playing songs from both Huggy Bear and his new band Adulkt Life, as well as a couple from punk legends The Adverts, and tracks from The Fugs, Daniel Romano Outfit, Katy J Pearson, and disco pioneer Bohannon. Discussions include the politics of scenes and the time Bob was tour manager for The Frumpies a…
 
Bob and Mike play a series of new releases from Lydia Loveless, MG Clark, Ezra Feinberg, and Dave Schoonderbeek, plus some older classics as well, and Mike discusses music that was very important to his late brother, Fred.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike play four songs(!) from the Texas punk band The Big Boys, and discuss songs from Alternative TV, The Rance Allen Group, Wendy Eisenberg, Black Bananas, Lemonheads, and Lord Brynner and The Shieks. They also go into rants about the current election results, the political climate, and hoe the democrats completely fucked up the election.…
 
Bob and Mike tell stories about Halloween, David Grubbs, Mike McGonigal, Sean Nelson, and finding music in the pre-internet 1980s. plus they play songs from New Radiant Storm King, Peter Prescott, Amanda Palmer, and more.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
Bob and Mike discuss current protest music and play Berry Blacc & Angel Bat Dawid's "George Floyd" along side a throwback protest classic from Gil Scott-Heron and a current song from Bob Vylan. They also discuss their experiences with white privilege and tracks from Altin Gün, Fila Brazillia, Dead Famous People, and The Geraldine Fibbers.…
 
Bob and Mike talk about the curious disappearance of Connie Converse, play the smooth sounds of Connie Constance, juxtapose it with the loud rock of Tropical Fuck Storm, the frenetic punk of Fire Engines, the anti-folk of Kimya Dawson, and the chill vibe of Noga Erez & Rousso.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
The music of Portland legend Fred Cole is celebrated with The Weeds and Dead Moon, plus Black Panther activist Elaine Brown, garage punk legend Link Wray, the dance music of A Certain Ratio, quirky pop from Pictish Trail, and some beautiful music from Le Ren. Plus Bob and Mike hit on a theme for an upcoming show.…
 
Bob plays three completely different artists (Lady Saw, Daikaiju, Cows) who all share the common theme of putting on incredible and controversial live shows, while Mike plays songs from the father/daughter duo of Rufus and Carla Thomas, as well as a couple songs from Fred Thomas (no relation).By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
The tribute to Robert Quine continues, with three songs where he plays guitar. Quine's guitar work is featured on songs from Andre Williams, Matthew Sweet, and Tom Waits. Meanwhile, Bob plays lo-fi indie rock from The Healthy Home, Peruvian garage rock from Los York's, and Japanese Krautrock from Minami Deutsch.…
 
Bob and Mike play classics from Richard Hell & The Voidoids, Traffic Sound, and Swamp Dogg, as well as a couple beautiful songs from current artists Jessica Pratt and Tiny Ruins (Hollie Fullbrook). Bob also plays a Bolivian folk music classic from Los Kjarkas, as well as The Sun City Girls' cover from their classic Torch Of The Mystics LP.…
 
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