The posting of the backlog continues! Our apologies in advance for the audio quality of this episode; we were testing out a new mic setup and it did not quite work. You’ll actually be able to hear our new cohost, Ansley Lee, in future episodes! Oh, Ansley’s an official cohost now. That’s right. Our little family is expanding.
Topics of discussion: Ansley’s life dilemma, New York or Portland, M. Ward’s Post War, The Thermals’ Personal Life, Hiccup’s Imaginary Enemies, a long extended discussion of why the Seattle music scene sucks, The Walkmen’s Bows + Arrows, Keegan and Jeff get into a fight, The Matches’ Decomposer, Billy Talent’s Billy Talent II, and we all kind of gush about Rain in Soho for a bit.
Oh, we’ve got ourselves a backlog, folks, so enjoy the cascade. Here’s the tenth episode of Distant Stations!
Topics of discussion: Offerings to the static demon, Joanna Newsom’s Ys, Jeff vs. Keegan Critical Logic-Off, No Use For a Name’s Hard Rock Bottom, Keegan gets super personal, Song Fight! with first inaugural Song Fight Arbiter, Markie Peterson (spoiler alert: JEFF WINS).
You can also check out our Song Fight entries down below for your listening pleasure.
After a long, somewhat-unintended hiatus, the ninth episode of the Distant Stations podcast is now up!
Topics of discussion: Twin problems, Keegan might actually have a heart, Against Me’s Transgender Dysphoria Blues, Cat Power’s You Are Free, The issues with album cohesion and coherence, Kurt Cobain makes us sad(der), Why’s Alopecia (with guest reviewer Selena Annis), way too many instances of us discussing homeless people having sex in a Berlin alleyway.