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The Indie Dads look back on the highlights of the first season of the podcast, choosing their most memorable tracks, and outlining some exciting opportunities for listeners to get involved with Season Two!
The Indie Dads end the season by visiting one of the great sacred cows of indie music with Neutral Milk Hotel's phenomenal 1997 album "In The Aeroplane Over The Sea". This bumper-length episode explores in depth this masterpiece and its explora
The Indie Dads revisit their northern youths this week with a journey to Madchester and The Charlatans' 1997 album Tellin' Stories - although to be honest it's mainly about Bob Dylan. And terrible, terrible accents.
Yee-haw! The Indie Dads take a trip to the deep south this week for an exploration of all things alt-country, based around Hovvdy's 2018 album "Cranberry". As ever, the conversation finds its way to a range of brilliant tunes including The Byrd
The Indie Dads are back after their holidays, taking a delve into John Maus' 2011 synthwave album "We Must Become The Pitiless Censors of Ourselves"...via, of course, diversions into The Stone Roses, The Sisters of Mercy, The Doors, and, erm, 9
The Indie Dads are back after their holidays, taking a delve into John Maus' 2011 synthwave album "We Must Become The Pitiless Censors of Ourselves"...via, of course, diversions into The Stone Roses, The Sisters of Mercy, The Doors, and, erm, 9
 The Indie Dads take a trip to West Africa (via Toronto) to meet Ghanaian highlife superstar Ata Kak's rediscovered 1994 LP "Obaa Sima". The Dads debate this via Paul Simon, Robert Johnson, and the obvious touchstones of The Shawshank Redemptio
The second part of the Indie Dad's exploration into Alex G's 2015 pressing, including various ruminations around The Smiths, Brooce, and whether a girl liking Slowdive is enough reason to break up with her...
Nick REALLY likes Alex G...so much that we've had to split this into two episodes! Join us for a delve into Alex G's emotional 2015 work "Beach Music", where we explore this dark, weird, beach-to-bedroom record via Bruce Springsteen, REM, and s
Even the most famous artists can have lesser-known works. Join the Indie Dads as they uncover Paul McCartney's first post-Beatles release, and hear the story of how the Beatles broke up, the impact on Paul's mental health, and the strange circu
The Indie Dads explore the weird and wonderful world of "Philosophy of the World" by The Shaggs, its bizarre beginnings and its influence on a broad range of artists from Frank Zappa to Kurt Cobain, with the usual diversions to Riot Grrrl, Jona
The Indie Dads explore Ariel Pink's 2012 classic "Mature Themes", with, as ever, jaunts into Bob Dylan, The White Album, Jack Black and the 1985 film "Brazil"...
The Indie Dads venture to mid-70s Jamaica to explore the recording of the seminal 1977 roots reggae album, "Heart of The Congos".
Chris and Nick discuss Pavement's 1999 swansong "Terror Twilight", via Radiohead, Wings and David Bowie. And more Radiohead.
Meet the "Songs You Never Hear" lads for the first time as they explain the concept behind the show, and their absolute lack of qualifications for doing so...qvtir824uJJa4x3U1XLE
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