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For the third Scratch Cast interview, Grant and Snedds have the pleasure of catching up with Jak and Welshy from the genre-bending punk band WACO. We ask about the band’s brilliant new album Hope Rituals and Jak and Welshy open up on their interstellar idiosyncrasies and a whole host of other topics including their charity singles, how positivity influences their music, what they miss about gigs and whether we’re alone in the universe. We had a proper laugh chatting to these guys and hope you enjoy the interview as much as we did! If you haven’t yet, make sure you check out "Hope Rituals" and more music from WACO here: http://www.wacoband.co.uk/ If you're interested in learning more about the Raelian Religion, as discussed by Jak in the video, you can check out his article on the subject for Vice here: https://tinyurl.com/em453ctjCheck out our review of Hope Rituals from Episode 11 of The Scratch Cast here: https://youtu.be/NDZIZChJhZ0 The intro music, which will be stuck in your head for days, is taken from "Parkinson", an old British television chat show presented by Michael Parkinson - please don't sue us Parky! Audio clips are featured as a taster only and remain the property of the individual artists. Clips featured are as follows: "Catbrain" - https://youtu.be/eAnrsxSTqpI “Levenshulme Lover" - https://youtu.be/GMmSMl9-gU0 "Good Days" - https://youtu.be/AeR58yDN__Y "Barracuda" - https://youtu.be/VzJMYo2TeSo “Dark Before the Dawn” - https://youtu.be/B8rs5GFic9s “Busy Livin’” - https://youtu.be/vJhjVKz9vvM “A New Future” - https://youtu.be/hVRGuVU3o0Y Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
For the second Scratch Cast interview, Grant and Snedds are joined by the inimitable Van Tastik (aka Chris Fallon) ahead of the release of his excellent new single "Hangman" (available now). VT talks about his particular style of music, his nomadic lifestyle, his influences both inside and outside of music and much more besides. It was an absolute pleasure talking to such an interesting artist. Thanks again to VT for talking to us for so long and we hope you enjoy the interview! Make sure you check out "Hangman" and more music from Van Tastik here: https://vantastik.bandcamp.com/ and www.vantastik.com/ The intro music, which will be stuck in your head for days, is taken from "Parkinson", an old British television chat show presented by Michael Parkinson - please don't sue us Parky! Audio clips are featured as a taster only and remain the property of the individual artists. Clips featured are as follows: "Ain't No Man With Money" - https://vantastik.bandcamp.com/track/aint-no-man-with-money "Drag Me To Hell" - https://vantastik.bandcamp.com/album/drag-me-to-hell "Ain't Got Nothin' On My Father" - https://open.spotify.com/track/5Rq4U57LsVa5QBkuF0598l?si=Dmy65S2sQ36czAOwKu0vCw "Hangman" - https://vantastik.bandcamp.com/track/hangman-2 Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
Hurrah! Our first podcast of 2021 is finally here! Despite recording it back in January, issues with the audio and car troubles prevented us from getting it out any earlier… but now that we’ve got the lame excuses out of the way, you can finally enjoy a new episode of The Scratch Cast Podcast. On our singles swap this month we’re discussing the singles “LONELY MACHINES” by 3OH!3 (feat. 100 gecs) and “The Spirit Of” by Cloud Nothings respectively. On the next episode, we’ll be discussing “Mam” by KNEECAP (feat. DYRT) and “The Most Mysterious Song On The Internet” by well nobody knows. If you do know, please tell us!On “submission corner” we tackle “I’m The Motherfucking Spiderman” by acoustic punk Joe Billy III and “Twenty-Twenty” by Genoese heavy post-rock outfit IKITAN. If you’ve got something you want us to hear and potentially review then make sure you hit us up via the contact page, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or via email at theheadscratcher@outlook.com.On top of all that we review albums from London’s acoustic folk duo Radiant Heart, Hamilton, Ontario’s punk rock heroes The Dirty Nil, Kenosha, Wisconsin’s art rapper R.A.P. Ferreira and The Scratch Cast podcast favourites, Stockholm, Sweden’s Viagra Boys.Check out the episode below or via any of the links at the bottom of the page. Sit back, relax and listen to “The Black Morpheus”.If you want to support the show, you can buy us a coffee here:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/headscratcherIf you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below:1/10 - Destroy without listening2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards)3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid)4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to)5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs)6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre)7/10 - Good (quite like it)8/10 - Very good (must listen)9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it)10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable)Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Please leave a nice review :)Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://kite.link/thescratchcastAll music clips are used as a teaser only and remain the property of the respective artists.Peace.
The Scratch Cast - Episode 13“Grant Gets Tongued”29th December 2020We recorded this one way back at the end of November but due to other commitments and technical difficulties, it took longer than usual to get it out into the world. But enough excuses, a new episode of The Scratch Cast is here at last! On our singles swap this month we’re discussing the singles “Manhattan Skyline” and “Ain’t No Man With Money” from former Norwegian black metaller Ihsahn and folky-blues artist Van Tastik Bob respectively. On the next episode we’ll be discussing “LONELY MACHINES” by 3OH!3 and “The Spirit Of” by Cloud Nothings, so make sure you give those a listen. Let’s be honest, you’ve got plenty of time.On “submission corner” we tackle “Jigsaw” by Edinburgh singer-songwriter Jack Hinks and “All The World 4 Him” by London’s indie acoustic duo Radiant Heart. If you’ve got something you want us to hear and potentially review then make sure you hit us up via the contact page, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or via email at theheadscratcher@outlook.com.On top of all that we review albums from Nova Scotia’s alt-country songstress Norma Macdonald, California’s alt-rock weirdos Eels, English folktronica legends Tunng and Brooklyn, New York’s punk rockers I Am The Avalanche.Check out the episode below or via any of the links at the bottom of the page. Sit back, relax and listen as “Grant Gets Tongued”.If you want to support the show, you can buy us a coffee here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/headscratcherIf you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below:1/10 - Destroy without listening2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards)3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid)4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to)5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs)6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre)7/10 - Good (quite like it)8/10 - Very good (must listen)9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it)10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable)Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Please leave a nice review :)Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://kite.link/thescratchcastAll music clips are used as a teaser only and remain the property of the respective artists.Peace.
In an auspicious moment for The Scratch Cast, our first-ever interview, Grant and Snedds are joined by Chad Peck from Nova Scotia, Canada's Kestrels. Chad opens up about the recording of Kestrels' latest album "Dream or Don't Dream" and discusses his influences, working with his heroes and balancing being in a band with a full-time career.Thanks again to Chad for talking to us and we hope you enjoy the interview! Make sure you check out the new album and check out more music from Kestrels here: https://kestrels.bandcamp.com/ The intro music, which will be stuck in your head for days, is taken from "Parkinson", a British television chat show presented by Michael Parkinson - please don't sue us! Audio clips are featured as a taster only and remain the property of the individual artists. Clips featured are as follows: "Dumb Angel" (ft. Tim Wheeler from "Ash" - from "A Ghost History (2012, Sonic Unyon). "No Alternative" (from "Kestrels" (2016, Sonic Unyon)). "Are You Alone" (from "Kestrels" (2016, Sonic Unyon)). "Eyes Wide" (from "Kestrels" (2016, Sonic Unyon)). "Vanishing Point" (from "Dream or Don't Dream" (2020, Noyes Records (Canada) & Darla Records (Worldwide)). "Grey and Blue" (from "Dream or Don't Dream" (2020, Noyes Records (Canada) & Darla Records (Worldwide)). "Don't Dream" (from "Dream or Don't Dream" (2020, Noyes Records (Canada) & Darla Records (Worldwide)). "Dalloway" (from "Dream or Don't Dream" (2020, Noyes Records (Canada) & Darla Records (Worldwide)). "Keep It Close" ((from "Dream or Don't Dream" (2020, Noyes Records (Canada) & Darla Records (Worldwide)). Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
It feels like ages since we posted an episode but Episode 12 of The Scratch Cast is finally here for your aural delight! On our singles swap this month we’re discussing the singles “Endarkenment” and “England’s Ending” from British extreme metal band Anaal Nathrakh and antagonistic grime-punk duo Bob Vylan respectively. Next time round we’ll be discussing “Manhattan Skyline” by Ihsahn and “Ain’t No Man With Money” by Van Tastik, so make sure you give those a listen before the next episode.On “submission corner” we tackle “Cellophane” by Leith-based alternative rockers Salt and “Placebo” by Bristol’s modern nu metallers NO:IR. If you’ve got something you want us to hear and potentially review then make sure you hit us up via the contact page, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or via email at theheadscratcher@outlook.com.On top of all that we review albums from Ayrshire’s very own genre-spanning three-piece Voldo, Poland’s gloomy, industrial doom merchants Give Up To Failure, Ireland’s indie rock songstresses Pillow Queens and finally Bristol’s divisive post-punk-a-saurus IDLES.Check out the episode below or via any of the links at the bottom of the page. Sit back, relax and listen to the “Indefatigable Defenders of Good Taste”.If you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below:1/10 - Destroy without listening2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards)3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid)4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to)5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs)6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre)7/10 - Good (quite like it)8/10 - Very good (must listen)9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it)10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable)Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode.Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://pod.link/1480168617Peace.OeZR7uoqM4tPQAefs7NG
Episode 11 of The Scratch Cast is finally here!On this month’s episode, we discuss last month’s “singles swap” - “Feeling Fine” by DREGG and “Grey and Blue” by Kestrels. Our picks for the next episode are “Endarkenment” by Anaal Nathrakh and “England’s Ending” by Bob Vylan. On “submission corner” we discuss “Lights” by Penny Betts and “Insomnia” by Odd Tsar. If you want us to review your music then hit us up via the contact page, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or via email at theheadscratcher@outlook.com. And as if that wasn’t enough we also review the self-titled album from Coriky, “Sex, Death and the Infinite Void” by Creeper, “Have You Lost Your Mind yet?” by Fantastic Negrito and finally “Hope Rituals” by Waco. Check out the episode below or via any of the links at the bottom of the page. Sit back and enjoy some “Atomic Kitten VIbes”. Audio clips are featured as a taster only and remain the property of the individual artists. If you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below: 1/10 - Destroy without listening 2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards) 3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid) 4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to) 5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs) 6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre) 7/10 - Good (quite like it) 8/10 - Very good (must listen) 9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it) 10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable) Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
Episode 10 of The Scratch Cast is finally here and to celebrate reaching this auspicious milestone we’ve added a new feature “submission corner” where you can submit your music direct to us for review on the podcast. Hit us up via the contact page, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or via email at theheadscratcher@outlook.com.On this exciting episode, we discuss last month’s “singles swap” - “Oceans” by Peter Bibby and “Broadcaster” by Squid. Our picks for the next episode are: “Grey and Blue” by Kestrels and “Feeling Fine” by DREGG.On the inaugural “submission corner”, we discuss “Into The Abyss” by UsualSuspex and “It Don’t Bring Me Down” by The Moonlands.This month we also review “Self Surgery” from Mrs Piss (featuring “Chelsea Woof”), “Call In The Crash Team” an incredible spoken word / ambient collaboration by LYR, “Royal Swan” the debut album from the wonderfully weird Phoxjaw and the “5 Songs EP”, the second EP from indie punk band DITZ containing, yep you guessed it, five songs.Sit back and enjoy “A Lovely Bit of Wank”.If you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below:1/10 - Destroy without listening2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards)3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid)4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to)5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs)6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre)7/10 - Good (quite like it)8/10 - Very good (must listen)9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it)10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable)Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode.Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://pod.link/1480168617Peace.
Episode 08 was a bit of a disaster but for Episode 09 of The Scratch Cast we had all bases covered and we’ve managed to capture audio and video seamlessly, well as seamlessly as Skype will allow…On this exciting episode, we discuss the singles “Sand” by Belgian shoegaze punks Brutus and “Martin” by indie outfit Carseat Headrest and we put forward our single swaps for the next episode: “Oceans” by Australian alt. rocker Peter Bibby (a name that Snedds can’t say without laughing) and “Broadcaster” by the hype machine’s next big thing: Squid.We also review the eponymous debut album from Empty Country, “Don’t Give A Rats”, the debut album from Dublin’s The Scratch, “Ronin”, the latest offering from Californian hardcore punks Rotting Out, and a unique compilation project in the form of “Sounds Like Van Spirit: A Collection of Europe’s Pavement Melodies”.Check out the episode below or via any of the links at the bottom of the page. Sit back and enjoy “The Alternative Pop Culture Podcast”.If you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below:1/10 - Destroy without listening2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards)3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid)4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to)5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs)6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre)7/10 - Good (quite like it)8/10 - Very good (must listen)9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it)10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable)Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode.Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://pod.link/1480168617Peace.
This episode is a bit of a Frankenstein’s monster. Due to the lockdown, we had to record it via skype (which we did way back in April) and unfortunately, the majority of Snedds’ audio turned out to be awful.So… 90% of those parts were re-recorded and edited back in with Grant’s audio (which wasn’t too bad). This process took bloody ages! Please be understanding if the audio quality isn’t quite up to scratch but it seems to have actually turned out fairly well in the end. We’ve left in snippets of Snedds’ old audio here and there for comparison… On this episode, we discuss the singles “I Only Drink When I’m Drunk” by BC Camplight and “Annabelle” by Creeper and put forward our single swaps for the next episode: “Sand” by Belgian shoegaze punks Brutus and “Martin” by indie rock outfit Carseat Headrest. We also review The Big Moon’s sophomore album “Walking Like We Do”, the “Common Sense” EP from Scratch Cast favourites Viagra Boys, “Underneath” the fourth studio album from the genre-bending Code Orange and “Everything is A-OK” the oh so nostalgic fifth album from Australian alt. rockers Violent Soho. Sit back and enjoy “Scotland’s Greatest Podcast”. If you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below: 1/10 - Destroy without listening 2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards) 3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid) 4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to) 5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs) 6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre) 7/10 - Good (quite like it) 8/10 - Very good (must listen) 9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it) 10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable) Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
After last month’s distraction of Our Top 20 Albums of All Time, we’re back to our usual schedule of reviewing (relatively) new music. This time around we discuss the singles “Underneath” and “Your Light” by Code Orange and The Big Moon and we put forward our swaps for the next episode: “I Only Drink When I’m Drunk” by BC Camplight and “Annabelle” by Creeper. We also review Pumarosa’s 2019 album “Devastation”, the recent “Junk Food EP” from Easy Life and new albums from Higher Power, Bombay Bicycle Club and Spanish Love Songs. If you’re wondering what our review scores relate to, check out our rating system below: 1/10 - Destroy without listening 2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards) 3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid) 4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to) 5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs) 6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre) 7/10 - Good (quite like it) 8/10 - Very good (must listen) 9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it) 10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable) Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
Part two of our special episode where Grant and Snedds count down their Top 20 albums of all time. In this episode, we count down numbers 10 through 1. Make sure you check some of them out and let us know your own favourites. Check out the episode and handy playlist.Don’t forget to check out Part One (Episode 05) if you missed it. In other news, we’ve started a new feature where we each give the other host a (relatively) new single to listen to which will then be discussed on the next episode. This time Snedds gives Grant “Underneath” by American industrial hardcore outfit Code Orange and Grant gives Snedds “Your Light” by electro-poppers The Big Moon. Give them a listen and let us know your thoughts. Finally, given our relative inconsistency in review scores, we’ve also come up with a proper rating system which you can refer to below: 1/10 - Destroy without listening 2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards) 3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid) 4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to) 5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs) 6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre) 7/10 - Good (quite like it) 8/10 - Very good (must listen) 9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it) 10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable) Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
A special episode where Grant and Snedds count down each of their top 20 favourite albums of all time. We had to split this into two parts as it was a bit of an epic undertaking, recorded in a mammoth 5-hour session. In part one we count down numbers 20 through 11, stay tuned for part two which will go up when it’s done. In other news, we’ve started a new feature where we each give the other host a (relatively) new single to listen to which will then be discussed on the next episode. This time Snedds gives Grant “Underneath” by American industrial hardcore outfit Code Orange and Grant gives Snedds “Your Light” by electro-poppers The Big Moon. Give them a listen and let us know your thoughts. Finally, given our relative inconsistency in review scores, we’ve also come up with a proper rating system which you can refer to below: 1/10 - Destroy without listening 2/10 - Rancid bin juice (bathe afterwards) 3/10 - Hot garbage (avoid) 4/10 - Meh (not worth going back to) 5/10 - Forgettable (one or two good songs) 6/10 - Just OK (for fans of the genre) 7/10 - Good (quite like it) 8/10 - Very good (must listen) 9/10 - Exceptional (absolutely love it) 10/10 - Practically flawless (unmissable) Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2 Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBj Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohy YouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxo Deezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDA Castbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoH TuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur & more: https://pod.link/1480168617 Peace.
We’re a little late with Episode 04 of The Scratch Cast but it’s finally here for your listening pleasure.On this episode, we do a quick re-cap of Yammerer’s EP since Grant didn’t listen to the whole thing last time and Snedds kept getting the name of the EP wrong…true professionals.We also review “Shlagenheim”, the debut album from avant-garde prog-rockers “Black Midi” (a band we’d both decided were shit without giving them a proper chance), “Alter Nature”, the third album from sci-fi hardcore outfit “Bats”, “Critical Method”, the debut album from Belgian noise makers “Stake” (or the fifth album from “Stake Number Eight”, depending on how you look at it) and finally “Ghosteen”, the seventeenth album from “Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds”.Links to the reviews mentioned by Grant are below:https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/oct/05/nick-cave-and-the-bad-seeds-ghosteen-reviewhttps://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/oct/04/nick-cave-and-the-bad-seeds-ghosteen-review-the-most-beautiful-songs-he-has-ever-recordedAudio clips are featured as a taster only and remain the property of the individual artists.Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode.Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://pod.link/1480168617Please remember to check out the featured artists and support them if you like what you hear. Connect with the artists below.Yammerer: http://bit.ly/33gYLllBlack Midi: https://bmblackmidi.com/Bats: https://bats.bandcamp.com/Stake: https://www.stakeband.com/Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: https://www.nickcave.com/See you next year.Peace.
The Scratch Cast: The Alternative Pop Culture Podcast - Episode 03: I Don’t Know What To SayWelcome one and all to Episode 03 of The Scratch Cast where the dynamic duo discusses EPs from Girl in Red and Yammerer, albums from Fontaines DC, Viagra Boys, Amyl and The Sniffers and Microwave, and generally have a good old chinwag about music.At nearly 2 hours this is our longest podcast yet. Enjoy below.Don’t forget to subscribe to The Scratch Cast on your favourite streaming/podcast service so you never miss an episode.Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2KYNkI2Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3082hBjGoogle Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2QXCohyYouTube: http://bit.ly/2QXtlxoDeezer: http://bit.ly/34sjqDACastbox: http://bit.ly/34sEJoHTuneIn Radio: http://bit.ly/2QVt8ur& more: https://pod.link/1480168617Please remember to check out the featured artists and support them if you like what you hear. Connect with the artists below.Fontaines DC: https://fontainesdc.bandcamp.com/Girl in Red: https://soundcloud.com/lyfsuxxViagra Boys: https://vb.lnk.to/streetwormsMicrowave: https://purenoise.bandcamp.com/album/death-is-a-warm-blanketAmyl and The Sniffers: https://amylandthesniffers.bandcamp.com/album/amyl-and-the-sniffersYammerer: http://bit.ly/33gYLllSee you next month.Peace.
Episode 02 of The Scratch Cast is finally here. Snedds and Grant return with a bumper episode covering the latest albums from Pixies, Black Futures, Black Mountain, Weezer & Black Dresses.Pixies - On Graveyard Hill: https://youtu.be/E2o-65chdocBlack Futures - Body & Soul: https://youtu.be/amtEN2VTjQEBlack Mountain - Future Shade: https://youtu.be/w881mu7JO2IBlack Dresses - Wheel of Fortune: https://youtu.be/8un0JUbQOvIwww.theheadscratcher.comAudio clips are featured as a taster only and remain the property of the individual artists.
The very first episode of The Scratch Cast covering nothing but music. In this episode, Snedds and Grant discuss albums from Dinosaur Pile-Up, Jamie Lenman, Gender Roles and Press Club. It's a solid 5/10.Dinosaur Pile-Up - Back Foot: https://youtu.be/_7ZQytOqmCkJamie Lenman - Tomorrow Never Knows: https://youtu.be/YgHjaufkC48 Gender Roles - You Look Like Death: https://youtu.be/qIPNSRTsW68Press Club - Behave: https://youtu.be/h8pIybX4HKMwww.theheadscratcher.com
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Podcast Details

Created by
Christopher Michael Ovens Sneddon
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Sep 15th, 2019
Latest Episode
Mar 5th, 2021
Release Period
7 per year
Episodes
17
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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