You Probably Haven't Heard of Them

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We take a mental health week and talk about other projects from artists we have talked about on the show. It's an easy, breezy, covergirl kinda conversation.
Casey, Benjamin, and Max take a deep dig into one of the seminal albums of the early Metal world, Cynic's "Focus". They also talk about video game boss battle music!
This week we talk about a killer young hip hop artist A.Rob and his album "Abstract Blessings". What on the surface seems like a straight-ahead hip hop album turns out to have a lot to unpack!
In what must be the longest title in YPHHT's history and also a band that we each grew to love independently of each other, we get really deep into GSY!BE's unbelievable post-rock masterpiece, Lift Your Skinny Fists. We dig into feelings, and h
The boys put the kettle on, wrap themselves in a nice duvet, and engage in some self care with ANIMA!'s "Grow Your Garden", a gentle synth-pop album that has beats both dance-able and therapeutic.
We sit down with Ethan, the mastermind of the Get Together about his three surreal, masterfully-crafted rock EPs titled Lemon, Melon, and Orange!! After showering him with compliments, we ask the hard questions, the real questions, then when h
Like fine connoisseurs of jazz fusion they painstakingly dissect the inner workings of the ultimate Jazz/Rock duo Marbin, reducing The Shred to its elemental components and reverse engineering the delicate formulae that hide beneath. Also Max i
Max, Ben, and Casey reminisce about days of rocking olde, drunkenly pining after women, and talking about how sad but so so so good "Tennessee" by Lucero is.
We're back folks and we're listening to the massively fun and thought-provoking album "Have You Lost Your Mind Yet?" by Fantastic Negrito!! We've missed you all so much and we're ready to party! So let's dig in!
Do you like p-p-p-pirate ghosts? If not, then this episode is for you, because there aren't any! The boys take a break from not releasing content to talk about spooky music with the amazing Adam O'Dell! Will you be afraid? No, it's not that ki
In our final episode of the season we tackle the goliath work of musical art extraordinaire the Esperanza Spalding masterpiece "Emily's D+Evolution". Ben takes a dig at internet trolls, Casey gets his mind wrecked, and Max goes all in on the ri
Join Casey and Benjamin as they break down the hauntingly beautiful jazz album Highway Rider by Brad Mehldau with the help of composer, professor, and comedian Adam O'Dell. Highway Rider:
Get your tripsitter because in this episode we dive into African psychedelic rock master Mdou Moctar's intense album "Ilana (the Creator)". Ben and Casey argue semantics, Casey amd max talk history, and the whole gang gets a little too heavy.
That's right we're doing a jazz album! Well, live show anyway. This week we talk about the immensely powerful and virtuosic French-Lebanese jazz trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf's live performance at the Babylon in Instanbul. Hold on to your jaz
In this ridiculous episode, we discuss one of Midlake's early albums, Bamnan and Slivercork. We each take turns pitching a turn-of-the-millenium hipster screenplay, Benjamin brings up 9/11 (take a drink), the Robot Button makes a triumphant ret
In this bonus quarantine episode of You Probably Havent Heard of Them, Benjamin, Casey, and Max argue over their hottest takes on music and pop culture and somehow emerge as friends.
Max tries to ease Casey and Benjamin into punk music with pop-punk progenitors Hüsker Dü.
On the first episode of our new side series Extended Play, Max, Casey, and friend of the program Brian talk about the greatest film of all time and its soundtrack: Space Jam! Casey gushes about his love for Basketball Jones, Max defends 90s pow
Our dear friend Brian Eiffes  joins us for the dangerously sublime album Splendor and Misery by the band Clippng. with Daveed Diggs at the helm of a generation ship as the sole survivor. Casey puts on the ol' tinfoil hat, Brian brags that he to
We are joined by Kevin Gastonguay, who plays keyboards on our first ever LIVE album review, Cory Wong's "Live in MLPS". Kevin regales us with tales of Prince's legacy in the Twin Cities, Casey won't let us get a word in edgewise, Max brings th
In what must certainly be the weirdest episode yet, the gang dives into the hectic modern "jazz" album Naked City by John Zorn. Casey and Benjamin talk avant garde philosophy, Benjamin won't stop bringing up Fiddler on the Roof, and Max realiz
In this episode we talk about some albums we liked from the Grammys. We talk about Tyler the Creator, Tank and the Bangas, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, and the Black Pumas. Max delights in nerddom for Tyler the Creator, Casey name drops every
In this episode, we invite Dillon Rairdin of Treesreach to listen to us bloviate about his music. We force Dillon to make up a band that doesn't exist, Benjamin volunteers Max to write an entire musical, and Casey abstains from substances in a
In episode 6 we celebrate the complex mystery that is Morphine's "Cure For Pain". Benjamin notices we only do sophomore albums, Max digs deep into the Boston scene without bringing up Flogging Molly, and Casey gets through the episode without n
In Episode 5 we wax poetic about our bygone youth while rocking out to Astra Heights "Good Problems". Max takes a swing at a giant corporation, Casey makes up episode segments on the fly, and we all do our best Classic Rock Daytime Radio DJ imp
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