Blood From a Stone - Sheer Mag How Far - Sacred Paws Write This Down - Sacred Paws The Earth Won't Hold Me - Kathy Heideman Daddy-Do - Kathy Heideman Your Sweet Love - Lee Hazlewood Night Nurse - Dean and Britta Wire Walker - Big Search Here Comes the Night - Big Search It's Alright - Sam Valdez Farther Away - Sam Valdez Giving Up - Whitney This episode features a clip from the recent episode of The Ezra Klein Show “Behind the panic in white, Christian America” where Ezra talks to Robert Jones. I typically find Ezra’s questions more compelling than the guest’s answers, and this episode isn’t really an exception, but Robert was plenty good too. I particularly liked this part where Ezra talked about how politics trails demography by 10 years while culture is 10 years ahead of demography, resulting in everyone in America feeling they’re perpetually losing.
I Turned My Back on the Written Word - Generationals Crying All the Time - Alexandra Savior Hits the Bone - Jeanines Winter In the Dark - Jeanines Too Late - Jeanines Cigarette Song - DQE Freeze My Love - Adam Green Give Them a Token - Adam Green Love Yourself - Sufjan Stevens Windows - Frankie Cosmos Fading Cosmos - Jacco Gardner Hymnal - Splendor Charms New York Broke Your Mind - Splendor Charms This episode features a clip from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert spoofing the announcement that Barack Obama is launching a podcast on Spotify. I also played the theme song to Reading Rainbow, and a brief snippet of "The Coffee Cola Song" by Francis Bebey.
DOOM - Slow Dakota A Bigger Picture - Sonny and the Sunsets Someday I'd Like to Be an Artist - Sonny and the Sunsets Daylight Matters - Cate Le Bon Home to You - Cate Le Bon Gelato - The Natural Yogurt Band Flying South (Jo's Theme) - The Natural Yogurt Band Summer of '42 - Kishi Bashi Marigolds - Kishi Bashi Give Me Your Love - Reptaliens Song for Moon - Reptaliens My Friend Sean - Pinky Pinky This episode features a clip from The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell where he reads a short passage from Michael Wolff's new book Siege: Trump Under Fire. I’ve been listening to, and greatly enjoying the audiobook, but didn’t take the time to pull favorite clips from that, so instead, I just relied on Lawrence to read a funny passage. It's about how much Trump distains Don Jr. and his children.
Sunlight - Yuno The Girls are Chewing Gum - Patience The Pressure - Patience Please Go Easy with Me - S.E. Rogie Rich Man - Vampire Weekend Sunflower (feat. Steve Lacy) - Vampire Weekend Bad Habit - Say Sue Me Fight the Shark - Say Sue Me Diamond Day - Mutual Benefit Jog Along Bess - Mutual Benefit Cry Baby - The Ballet You're Mine - The Ballet Mystics - Frank LoCrasto This episode features a clip from one of Comedy Central's cult sketch comedy series Exit 57 which starred Stephen Colbert and Amy Sedaris (among others). In this clip, a couple of women in the office try to make nice with Vicky, who's really got to get it together.
White Knuckle Wildflower - Petite League 80's Men - Bummers In Your House - Frankie Rose Holiday - Steady Holiday Letter - Juan Wauters Socialite - Disco Volante Chain Reaction - Martin Frawley Apple Blossoms - Nah… Palm Trees - Photo Ops Second Death - John Maus In Real Life - Molly Nilsson Summertime IV - Smaller Hearts Wawa by the Ocean - Mary Lattimore Apropos of nothing, this episode features a clip from Mike Judge’s classic 1999 film, Office Space, where Drew talks about what happened to Tom Smykowski. I hadn’t watched the movie in many years, but I re-watched recently and am pleased to report it holds up very well. I LOL’d aplenty.