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We decided to kick of 2021 with some no nonsense Stoner Rock. Joining Nick and Ewan to go through the career of Josh Homme are Scott Donald and Si Sharp. It's a long one, in fact it might be the longest we have done so far. As usual, take your time. Pause the pod, go and find the music on spotify, deezer, tidal, apple music or wherever. Or listen to a selection on our combined podcast playlist https://sptfy.com/tfqotsa (https://sptfy.com/tfqotsa) Also come and join us at our home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Or just subscribe on your favourite pod player https://temporary-fandoms.captivate.fm/listen (here) Si Sharp, the self professed Gin wanker is the brain behind Nautilus Smuggler's Club who deliver exquisite craft gins to your door, across the UK. Find out more https://nautilusbar.uk/ (here) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
We left our German pioneers at the peak of their creativity, surely it's all up from here... Continuing our look at German experimental rock/reggae/psych/afro beats band Can we wonder...will Ewan come round to everyone else's way of thinking? Will he still be annoyed? Will he just give up? Re-joining Nick and Ewan are bilingual stand up comedian Aaron Troy White and man who somehow shoehorns Richey Manic into the conversation Chris Whitby As usual, take your time. Pause the pod, go and find the music on spotify, deezer, tidal, apple music or wherever. Or listen to a selection on our combined podcast playlist https://sptfy.com/tfcan2 (https://sptfy.com/tfcan2) Also come and join us at our home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Or just subscribe on your favourite pod player https://temporary-fandoms.captivate.fm/listen (here) Find out more about Aaron and Chris https://www.facebook.com/aaron.troye.white (https://www.facebook.com/aaron.troye.white) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqcNkmA72ENgT_fkW6QS4pw (Aaron Troye-White - YouTube) https://twitter.com/commanderwhitby (https://twitter.com/commanderwhitby) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
Can we follow the exceptional pair of Yo La Tengo episodes? Yes we Can! Nothing says future podcast success than a dive though the discography of a 1970s experimental German rock (ish) band. We have a look a one of the most influential bands ever to come out of Cologne (and maybe even Germany) though one of us isn't fully convinced. But it's the internet so we have three dudes telling another dude that he is wrong. Re-joining Nick and Ewan are bilingual stand up comedian Aaron Troy White and man with a beard that keeps scratching the microphone Chris Whitby As usual, take your time. Pause the pod, go and find the music on spotify, deezer, tidal, apple music or wherever. Or listen to a selection on our combined podcast playlist https://sptfy.com/tfcan1 (https://sptfy.com/tfcan1 ) Also come and join us at our home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Or just subscribe on your favourite pod player https://temporary-fandoms.captivate.fm/listen (here) Find out more about Aaron and Chris https://www.facebook.com/aaron.troye.white (https://www.facebook.com/aaron.troye.white) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqcNkmA72ENgT_fkW6QS4pw (Aaron Troye-White - YouTube) https://twitter.com/commanderwhitby (https://twitter.com/commanderwhitby) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
It's a long one, so buckle up Nick and Ewan are joined again by Ben Zimmer, Jesse Jarnow, and Jeffrey Lewis to talk through the work of Yo La Tengo this century. We get side-tracked a little by Ewan getting excited about Slade. As you know Ben is a renowned linguist and lexicographer, and big Yo La Tengo fan. Jeffrey is, quite simply, a phenomenal musician, singer, songwriter, and comic book artist; he is also a massive Yo La Tengo fan. Jesse? Well Jesse literally wrote the book on Yo La Tengo: Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo and the rise of Indie Rock. Join us for an in depth look at the second half of the career of Yo La Tengo, and see if the band re-find that loud sound from their early years. As usual, take your time. Pause the pod, go and find the music on spotify, deezer, tidal, apple music or wherever. Or listen to a selection on our combined podcast playlist https://sptfy.com/ylt2 (https://sptfy.com/ylt2) Also come and join us at our home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Or just subscribe on your favourite pod player https://temporary-fandoms.captivate.fm/listen (here) Find more from Jesse at http://www.jessejarnow.com/ (http://www.jessejarnow.com) And listen to Jeffrey at https://thejeffreylewissite.com/ (https://thejeffreylewissite.com) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
For this very special pair of episodes we decided to call in the experts! Nick and Ewan are joined by Ben Zimmer, Jesse Jarnow, and Jeffrey Lewis. What could bring these three togethers for a mammoth three and a half hour chat? (Don't worry it's in two parts) It could only be US Indie legends Yo La Tengo! Ben is a renowned linguist and lexicographer, and big Yo La Tengo fan. Jeffrey is, quite simply, a phenomenal musician, singer, songwriter, and comic book artist; he is also a massive Yo La Tengo fan. Jesse? Well Jesse literally wrote the book on Yo La Tengo: Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo and the rise of Indie Rock. Join us for an in depth look at the first half of the career of Yo La Tengo, and hear some shocking revelations on the way!!! As usual, take your time. Pause the pod, go and find the music on spotify, deezer, tidal, apple music or wherever. Or listen to a selection on our combined podcast playlist https://sptfy.com/tempfansylt1 (https://sptfy.com/tempfansylt1) Also come and join us at our home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Or just subscribe on your favourite pod player https://temporary-fandoms.captivate.fm/listen (here) Find more from Jesse at http://www.jessejarnow.com (http://www.jessejarnow.com) And listen to Jeffrey at https://thejeffreylewissite.com (https://thejeffreylewissite.com) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
After ignoring Tin Machine we walk through Bowie's work and life from the early 90s through to his sad death and swansong with Blackstar. We take a brief detour through the Buddha of Suburbia, talk about Reeves Gabrels and one of us just didn't quite "get" Blackstar. Nick and Ewan are joined by Jonathan Fisher and Emma McDermott and we hope you join us too. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5OE0BBqQKdu3AcGPIeGd4a?si=y1QWbH0TQN-R0OSLLyOMFA (If you want to hear what we are talking about then the combined podcast/playlist is here) Also come and join us at our new home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Or just subscribe on your favourite pod player https://temporary-fandoms.captivate.fm/listen (here) Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his https://jonathanfisher.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
So, we were really happy with the last episode and worried that we could carry on with what we think was a pretty damn fine piece of podcasting. Here, we take an in depth look at the Berlin period, and then try to make it through the Eighties without mentioning Dancing in the Streets. Nick and Ewan are joined by Steven Miller and Zoë Von Hess this time round, and apparently nobody else remembers David Bowie doing a Christmas thing with Bing Crosby. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6QwYF65eVcQmr2Ok2UJLzP?si=iq8rNTvHR72Q_Uu5M1bKuA (If you want to hear what we are talking about then the combined podcast/playlist is here) Also come and join us at our new home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
Ok, I admit it, we've got a little cocky. After the dive into the surreal world of The Butthole Surfers we decided to tackle something big. Something big and precious to a lot of people. We've gone full Bowie. Obviously this is a big undertaking so we've split it into several parts. This one takes us from 1967-1976. From his debut up to Station to Station. Nick and Ewan are joined by Lael Wageneck, Ben Zimmer and Emily Baldoni and we take our time talking through the albums and finally having a big rambling discussion. Honestly it is worth it for Lael's Bowie impression alone, but in all seriousness, we think this is the best episode we've done yet. And it's a little on the long side. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/70lvEsg6m1SG5HVuSrZ3qc?si=A3LxZb_ZRC6bZRzA4WOjRw (If you want to hear what we are talking about then the combined podcast/playlist is here) Also come and join us at our new home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the playlist links and episodes. Additional music in this episode by https://sessions.blue/licensing/ (Blue Dot Sessions ) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support this podcast
Fresh off hitting the 60 listener mark we decided to chase them all away by going through the history of Texas experimentalists The Butthole Surfers. Nick and Ewan are joined by Butthole virgin Aron T White and stalwart Brendan Emmett Quigley to see whether Nick's favourite band hold up to scrutiny. Aron describes the experience like spending a year in India, Brendan rambles on about Van Hagar, Nick can't find a bottle opener and Ewan forgot to hit record on his Zoom session. https://sptfy.com/tempfansbsurfers (If you want to hear what we are talking about then the combined podcast/playlist is here) Also come and join us at our new home over at https://beat.rehab/tempfans (beat.rehab/tempfans) and find all the links and episodes. Additional music was by: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Hinterheim/face_b/earthwork (Hinterheim), https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Parallel_Park/20190813165425460/Impulse_1470 (Parallel Park), https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Silicon_Transmitter/2019072952529175/Habu_1898 (Silicon Transmitter) All available under the following licenses: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/) Support this podcast
Join an extended Temporary Fandoms crew as we look at the 2020 Mercury Prize shortlist. Four more guests, 6 more albums, and this time Ewan doesn't read out the entire list of previous winners. He does bang the table a little too much though. https://sptfy.com/tempfansmercury2 (We highly recommend, listening to it as part of a Spotify playlist with selected music) Support this podcast
Join an extended Temporary Fandoms crew as we look at the 2020 Mercury Prize shortlist.  This was a logistical nightmare as we temporarily change the format already; Lots of guest, lots of albums discussed. And one of us was drunk (see if you can spot who) https://sptfy.com/tempfansmercury1 (We highly recommend, listening to it as part of a Spotify playlist with selected music) Support this podcast
Join the Temporary Fandoms crew as we delve into the career of The Pogues. Fresh off mixing up XTC and 10CC last time round, Ewan says the word "trad" way too much, as guest curator John Tansey takes us through the history of The Pogues. https://sptfy.com/tempfandomspogues (We also recommend, listening to it as part of a Spotify playlist) Support this podcast
Join the Temporary Fandoms crew as we delve into the career of The Pogues. Fresh off mixing up XTC and 10CC last time round, Ewan says the word "trad" way too much, as guest curator John Tansey takes us through the history of The Pogues.We also recommend, listening to it as part of a Spotify playlist
Join the Temp Fans crew as we explore the musical history of one of history's most overlooked bands. ESG. We also didn't really know what we were doing, and forgot to wrap up at the end!!! https://open.spotify.com/user/pgm6acfq6eju15b5gz601l4bj (Listen along to our combined Podcast Playlists (Podlists?) on Spotify) Support this podcast
Join the Temp Fans crew as we explore the musical history of one of history's most overlooked bands. ESG. We also didn't really know what we were doing, and forgot to wrap up at the end!!!Listen along to our combined Podcast Playlists (Podlists?) on Spotify
If you want to hear the music, Go find us on Spotify. If not, listen to this and go explore the albums yourself
What more can you take? (Please listen to the previous parts first)
Closure (Please listen to the previous parts first)
Step off (Please listen to the previous parts first)
Keep on Moving ((Please listen to the previous parts first))
ESG The Album (Please listen to parts 1-3 first)
Come away with ESG. (You want part 1 first)
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Created by
Temporary Fandoms
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jun 13th, 2020
Latest Episode
Jan 23rd, 2021
Release Period
Monthly
Episodes
23
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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