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It's a big episode. As it always is when it comes to an artist like Kendrick Lamar.Mr Morale & The Big Steppers, Lamar's fifth album, the Compton rapper's first album in five years, is out almost a week now and Niall and Andrea spend an hour and 40 minutes discussing this cerebral, personal, conceptual album in depth.The album is a therapy session and a morality play, seeking breakthroughs, with Kendrick sharing confessions while also speaking on the culture wars, his saviour complex and his sex addiction. It's the same album that explores racial, generational, and centrally, family trauma, while giving space to Kodak Black, who has pleaded guilty to sexual assault of a minor, the same topic that Kendrick unpacks here trying to break the "generational curse" while also exploring his acceptance of trans members of his family.His wife, Whitney Alford is central to the album, as is the work of German self-help author Eckhart Toll, while guests are limited but include Beth Gibbons of Portishead, Sampha Ghostface Killah, Amanda Reifer, Taylor Paige, Sam Dew and Tanna Leone.It's Kendrick with the N95 mask off.Let's dive in:Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Listen on Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea's own podcast - My Favourite Album is backAndrea has a Ghost newsletterSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week's podcast is all about Andrea's favourite weird little guy and second favourite Paul - Paul Simon!Andrea takes us through her love of the songwriter's music, voice and guitar-playing, from Simon & Garfunkel to his big hit album Graceland, and the criticism, cultural boycott and art as politics argument. We focus on a handful of songs including 'The Sound Of Silence', 'Graceland', 'The Obvious Child', 'America' and 'Diamonds On The Soul Of Her Shoes'.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea's own podcast - My Favourite Album is backAndrea has a Ghost newsletterSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's the monthly roundup of albums and songs we love with Andrea and Niall on with the new music recommender episode.This month we're discussing albums from Billy Woods, Let's Eat Grandma, Martian Subculture, Girlpool and Faye Webster and songs from Pusha T, Ailbhe Reddy, Two Shell, Soccer Mommy, SOAK, New Jackson and Robocobra Quartet's toxic wellness anthem.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea's own podcast - My Favourite Album is back next week.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fontaines D.C. have released their new album Skinty Fia, what they have suggested is the final part of an album trilogy, following on 2019's Dogrel and 2020's A Hero's Death, both of which we reviewed on the podcast.Since then the band have been anointed NME's Best Band In The World, have been nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Album, a Brit for Best International Group and an Ivor Novello for Best Album.Skinty Fia truly marks a band apart from the jangly garage rock of Liberty Belle, they have full extracted themselves from their musical origins and in the process have become one of the biggest rock bands around, garnering praise and rave reviews. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Chatten said Skinty Fia was “largely informed and influenced by Irishness existing in England and mutating and becoming a new kind of culture in general.”Niall and Andrea give their thoughts the album, and talk about the Irishness and culture reflected in Skinty Fia, how Grian Chatten sees Dublin now, the album's sound which largely casts a dour dirgey atmosphere and what we want from a band like Fontaines D.C.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You may have heard of the term Indie Sleaze lately. A term newly coined to describe a nostalgic trend of post-Y2K era of culture and aesthetics of indie music and parties that crossed cities and continents.Niall and Andrea are talking indie-rock, blog house, nu-rave, electro-clash and the alternative scene of the years of 2004 to 2012 that gave us the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Crystal Castles, CSS, Uffie, MGMT, New Young Pony Club, MIA, Hipster Runoff, Mashups, The Cobrasnake's hedonistic flash photography, Dublin clubs like Antics and spawned an Indie Sleaze instagram account.So how are Gen Z co-opting the vibe of the era and is the Indie Sleaze trend just a Tik-Tok-enabled churn in nostalgia economy? Plus, Louise McSharry, host of the new topical news podcast Catch Up, drops in to talk about her experiences of indie, electro and alternative of that time, the fashion and the tunes she still loves, and why she wants to start a club night in the era's honour.Listen to the episode here or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joni Mitchell -  a deep dive

Joni Mitchell - a deep dive

2022-04-0801:25:43

This week, we're looking at an icon.Andrea  takes the lead with Niall on support to delve into the life and distinguished music career of Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell.Mitchell has been in the news recently, and recently showed solidarity with Neil Young by taking all her music off Spotify, having appeared on the Grammys this past Sunday, one of her first appearances in public since suffering a brain aneurysm in 2015.Andrea looks at her beginnings and formative experience with adoption, her seminal album 1971 Blue, her forays into jazz and her '80s period, along with a song in the early '90s in which she directly addressed Ireland's shameful Magdalene Laundries.Mitchell proved herself to be a continuous counterculture artist, a musician who walked her own way and used her writing as a way to interrogate the world for herself, and others to understand. And of course, there's discussion of songs like 'A Case Of You', 'Both Sides Now' and 'Big Yellow Taxi' among many others.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's Andrea and Niall with our monthly new music recommender episode.We are talking new albums from from Rosalia, The Weather Station, CMAT, Charlotte Adigery and Bolis Popul; and songs from Aldous Harding, Angel Olsen, Tomberlin, Amy Michelle, Spider, EFÉ, Maria Kelly with Paul Noonan and Skinner.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With many of the major Irish music festivals like Electric Picnic having revealed their lineups in recent weeks, it is time to discuss the state of gender equality on Irish music festival bills in 2022.While festivals like Primavera Sound, Ireland Music Week and Iceland Airwaves have committed to the Keychange initiative of booking a a 50/50 gender-balanced split on its festivals, many Irish events seem to be oblivious to the idea of representing women on their headliners or even aware it might be a problem. Andrea and Niall discuss the possible reasons behind the slow acceleration to more gender advocating lineups in Ireland, the defensive responses from men on the issue, the realities of booking women headliners behind the scenes and the issues around exclusivity and pay parity, why this is a systemic issue that includes the gender disparity highlighted by the Why Not Her campaign, whether Electric Picnic's one woman in six headliners is enough, and why there might be some good news happening in the field of electronic music, courtesy of international network female:pressure’s FACTS 2022 survey.Plus Reasons To Be Cheerful.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's Andrea and Niall with our monthly new music recommender episode.We are talking albums from Big Thief (yes more), Cate Le Bon, CMAT, Black Country, New Road; and songs from Nilufer Yanya, Gaadge, Piri & Tommy, Robocobra Quartet, Porridge Radio, Alex Cameron, Yenkee and Teno Afrika.Plus festival, gigs and Euphoria chat.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Exploring the samples and the enduring appeal of Steely Dan's jazzy high-fidelity rock studio albums. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's a tale of two albums this week. The fifth album from Big Thief (Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You, 80 minutes) and Beach House (Once Twice Melody, 85 minutes). Two albums which bring up the question of artistic intention, album length, double albums and formats.Both albums had somewhat novel rollouts in advance with overloaded pre-release singles with Beach House's album split into chapters.How does length, intention, artistic vision and format affect the listening experience of both? Andrea and Niall discuss. Plus, we went to a gig! Dry Cleaning in the Button Factory. Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A few weeks ago, Myself and Andrea took a day trip to Galway city to visit the Black Gate Cultural Centre.In 2020 both Andrea and I were big champions of Niamh Regan’s debut album Hemet which was released on Black Gate’s label, Indeed, we talked to Niamh on the show that summer, and the record went onto receive a Choice Music Prize nomination last year.Last year the Black Gate venue was streaming live concerts from its small venue space, and this week, it will debut its TV show on TG4 - called Cumasc: Seisiúin sa Black Gate, the show pairs up disparate musicians for a series of collaborative days resulting in performances in the Black Gate. There are 12 episodes of Cumasc featuring the likes of Rhiannon Giddens / Róisín Elsafty and Francesco Turrisi, Rachael Lavelle and Peter Broderick, Seamus Begley and Junior Brother, Jinx Lennon and The Mary Wallopers, Sam Amidon and Siobhán Peoples, Anna Mullarkey and David Kitt's New Jackson and much more.Cumasc is available to watch on the TG4 player from today, before TV broadcast on February 26th.So, Black Gate - is it a label? Is it venue? Is it wine bar? Is it a recording studio?Well, it’s a bit of everything. I’ve always thought that multi-use spaces are the way forward in terms of music and entertainment venues, and when it comes with wine and a cheese board too, well, we thought we better go down to Galway and have a look for ourselves.So Andrea and I did just that, and it just happened to arrive on Black Gate’s fifth birthday.We spoke to Niamh Regan once again, talked to the director of Cumasc Mia Mullarkey, as well as her little sister, the musician Anna Mullarkey, who appeared on the show with David Kitt and wrote the theme song. And we met the people behind the Black Gate including Co-owner Peadar King to hear about how it all came together and their plans for the space, and we’ll hear a bit from one of their upcoming releases too from Rodney Owl.Let’s drop in…Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify Playlist View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Black Gate (@blackgategalway) Support Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Is it time to quit Spotify?

Is it time to quit Spotify?

2022-02-0301:04:51

There's been a lot of talk in Andrea and Niall's circles this week about the ethics of having a Spotify account in the wake of the Joe Rogan / Neil Young flareup.So we thought we'd finally get one of our old pals, Liz Pelly, a NYC writer who has written extensively about Spotify and streaming issues in recent years on to discuss the ethics, morality of the issues that people are talking about while looking at alternative models and services for streaming and Spotify.Why did it take a celebrity podcaster paid by Spotify touting misinformation for this to happen? Why wasn't the long-held issue of small royalty payments by streaming services a greater factor? We look at whether the streaming model is actually sustainable, user-centric payment systems (supported by Deezer) vs pooling, platforms such as Resonate, Bandcamp and how public libraries might point the way forward. Plus a mention for Irish streaming service MINM.Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedEpisode notes / referencesMusic on this week's show: JarjarJr - 'Boost'Socialized Streaming: A case for universal music access, Real Life, Liz PellyLibrary Music: Public libraries offer small-scale streaming alternatives for local archiving, The Broadcast, Liz PellyPodcast Overlords: Spotify only works for the stars, The Baffler, Liz PellySongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's a new year, but the same old us. Andrea and Niall kick off 2022 (yes, we did a bonus episode last week but the duo are back) with a sense of rejuvenation and a bag of songs and albums to enthuse about. We are talking albums from Bill Fay, Mitski, Silverbacks and an old 1988 favourite from Womack & Womack. There are songs from Boy Harsher, Last Apollo, Soichi Terada, Pillow Queens, Earl Sweatshirt, The Weather Station and the return of Father John Misty is up for discussion.Plus, the vague return of Reasons To Be Cheerful, and book, film and TV recommends.It's the Nialler9 Podcast 2022 edition!Listen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists & content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's the final part of the trilogy of the Nialler9 Best of the year podcasts, and as tradition, it's the one where and Niall and Andrea Cleary get loose.With wine and whiskey coffee in hand, we nominate winners in increasingly esoteric categories, aka shoe-horn things into an episode so we can talk about them.What was the best sax solo of 2021? What were our favourite live gigs? Best song discovered in a film? Biggest dose? Most disappointing album of 2021? A trend you wish would go away? Best rap guest verse(s) aka The Andre 3000 award? Best cover song? Best music film? Plus, our chance to completely talk Succession spoilers and share our Discord community's end of the year poll results.It's the Nialler9 Podcast Awards.This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic. Onesonic have got Christmas discounts on all of their products including ANC headphones, bluetooth speakers and wireless earbuds @ Onesonic.com.Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content.The Albums of 2021 Podcast.The Songs of 2021 PodcastSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistAndrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The best songs of 2021

The best songs of 2021

2021-12-1501:28:19

It's part two of the trilogy of the Nialler9 Best of the year podcasts, and Niall and Andrea Cleary are talking their favourite songs of the year.We pick 10 songs each with a single crossover, and discuss songs from SZA, Self Esteem, Big Thief, Snail Mail, CMAT, Saint Sister, Overmono, BadBadNotGood and Andrea makes the case for Torres being wronged by the music lists.Support Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content.Next week, it's the Nialler9 Podcast Awards.Listen to the Albums of 2021 Podcast.This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic. Onesonic have got Christmas discounts on all of their products including ANC headphones, bluetooth speakers and wireless earbuds @ Onesonic.com.Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistAndrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The best albums of 2021

The best albums of 2021

2021-12-0301:40:56

Part one of the trilogy of the Nialler9 Best of the year podcasts is here, and Niall and Andrea Cleary are talking their favourite albums of the year.10 albums each with a lot of crossover are up for discussion including albums from Self Esteem, For Those I Love, Floating Points and Pharoah Sanders, Saint Sister, Dry Cleaning, Japanese Breakfast and more.It's a long one so get settled.Support Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content.Next episode, songs of the year.This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic, who are having a Black Friday sale @ Onesonic.com.Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistAndrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's Nialler9 Podcast, Andrea and Niall are talking about Adele.“Mummy's been having a lot of big feelings recently”With her fourth album 30 smashing all records again, we review the record which primarily focuses on Adele's divorce and the aftermath it had on her and her family's life. With Greg Kurstin, Inflo, Ludwig Göransson and Max Martin among the names on the boards, is 30 all it's cracked up to be? Does Adele have anything new in the tank? Is Adele the last great Diva singer, who can bring The big VOCAL ™?We look at the impact and influence that Adele has on Spotify and how she has actively shunned Tik-Tok, the ITV special and read out some Guardian reader reviews.This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic, who are having a Black Friday sale @ Onesonic.com.Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's Nialler9 Podcast, Andrea is joined by Amelia Cullen of the Lately podcast on the Tall Tales network for a full episode discussion about Taylor Swift.With Taylor now two albums deep into the re-recording of her masters with a newly recorded version of the 2012 album Red.We explain why Taylor is recording new versions of her albums in the first place, why Red has launched a thousand stan theories, why a red scarf is a hot button issue and how Taylor and pop culture feminism intersect. Andrea asks, is Taylor a problematic fav?Also, Kelly Doherty drops in to share the wild stan theory involving a extensive Powerpoint presentation.This episode of the Nialler9 Podcast is brought to you by Irish audio tech brand OneSonic, who are having a Black Friday sale @ Onesonic.com.Listen to the episode below or Subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Subscribe in Apple | Android | ACAST | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistSupport Nialler9 on Patreon and join our Discord chat + member playlists and content.Andrea has a Ghost newsletterAndrea's own podcast - My Favourite AlbumSubscribe to the podcast and please leave a review on iTunes, tell your friends or commit to supporting us directly. Support us on Patreon.Previous podcast episodes Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A Voyage back to ABBA

A Voyage back to ABBA

2021-11-1101:10:07

It's an ABBA special!40 years on from their last album, the Swedish pop legends ABBA have released their ninth studio album Voyage. We discuss. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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