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Happy Pride Month! For this very special 2 part episode, we have invited another couple to join us! We talk to Mark and David about how we all celebrate pride, and we share and discuss LGBTQIA+ artists / songs. With the four of us each sharing a song, this episode ended up being fairly massive. This is just part 1 and it's over an hour long!Our songs for this week:Body of Song by Bob Mould, off his 2005 album Body of Song released via Granary Music / Yep Roc Records.SIHEYMN's Lament by Liturgy, off their 2020 album Origin of the Alimonies released via YLYLCYN.You can find David's (aka DJ Davey) 10 @ 10 series here: Also follow him on Twitter @batmanpopfigureYou can find Mark co-hosting Pink Milk (After Dark) where you can find them "Talking Star Wars, Queerly!" Also follow him on Twitter @iameldiablitoFinally, please consider donating to The Amidala Initiative which benefits the Eqtx Equality Texas Foundation. They stand together with their trans siblings and their families in Texas, where recent bills are specifically targeting trans and non-binary youth.  You can donate here: the show
Hello friends! I cut a big chunk of the end of our special episode with Kris. It didn't have much to do with the songs, but I found the conversation to be interesting and I hope you do too. Unfortunately, we've had some IRL (In Real Life) things get in the way of our regularly scheduled program, so I'm stalling a bit with this mini episode. But I wanted to release something for y'all!I hope you enjoy this little mini, and new episode coming up soon!Support the show
It's part two of our celebration of Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! In the conclusion of this special episode, we go through Sam and Peter's songs and to discuss with our friendo Kris!Our songs for this week:日月神教第一節 (Sun Moon Holy Cult Part 1) by Ripped to Shreds, off their 2019 self-released EP 魔經 - Demon Scriptures.Freelance by Toro y Moi, off his 2019 album Outer Peace released via Carpark Records.Support the show
Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! In this two part episode, we invite our very good friendo, Kris! We've known him for quite some time, and he was even in our wedding party. For part 1, we cover Kris' song by K-pop supergroup GOT the beat. He's a big fan of K-pop and was the perfect person to speak to teach us the ins and outs of how The Avengers of K-pop was formed.Stay tuned for part 2 in a couple weeks, where we cover both Sam and Peter's songs!Our song for this week:Step Back by GOT the Beat, a 2022 single released via SM Entertainment and Dreamus.Support the show
Heavy Guitar Snake

Heavy Guitar Snake


This week we continue with our celebration of Arab American Heritage Month. Sam chose a song from a Lebanese indie rock band, while Peter chose a song from an anonymous black metal band from Saudi Arabia.We also begin the pod discussing the potential end of an era. The Bay Area may lose its one and only country station and Sam has a sads.Our songs for this week:Raksit Leila by Mashrou' Leila, from their 2009 self titled and self released (?) album. Atba'a Al Namrood by Al-Namrood, from their 2008 EP Atba'a Al Namrood released via Shaytan Productions.Support the show (
But and Butt

But and Butt


Happy Arab American Heritage Month!  Peter and Sam discuss what countries are considered Arab countries, and an upcoming Disney+ show. This week Peter presents a song from the one and only Myrath of Tunisia, and Sam chooses a blast from the past which is somebody you may not know is half Syrian.Our songs for this week:Nobody's Lives by Myrath, from their 2016 album Legacy released via Nightmare Records (US), Verycords (Europe), Groove Master (MENA), and King Records (Japan).Nobody's Lives Lyric Video: Attract - Street Mix (with the Wild Pair and Derrick "Delite" Stevens) by Paula Abdul, originally from her 1988 Forever Your Girl album released via Virgin Records. The Street Mix was included on several international versions of her 1989 Opposites Attract single.Opposites Attract Official Music Video: the show (
Sam and Peter continue to celebrate Black History Month by starting off the episode talking about The Beatles (hear us out!). Sam's song is by a San Francisco Bay Area artist and Peter chose to highlight one of the members of the West Coast Get Down. Today's episode title come from one of Frank Zappa's most famous quotes. Our songs for this week:Hard to Love by H.E.R., from her 2021 album Back of My Mind released via RCA Records.Red by Cameron Graves, from his 2021 album Seven released via Artistry Music / Mack Avenue Records.Support the show (
Fish with Dish

Fish with Dish


And we're back! We're fresh off of our podcast vacation, and we have decided to feature black artists in honor of Black History Month! We also have another criss-cross applesauce where Peter's song is country adjacent, and Sam's song is a ripping rap/metal hybrid. Our songs for this week:Hold On by Yola (featuring The Highwomen, Sheryl Crow, and Jason Isbell), which is a single from 2020 released via Why Queue Records. The song benefits MusiCares and National Bail Out Collective.Carnivore by Body Count, from their 2020 album Carnivore released via Century Media Records.Support the show (
Happy (Almost) New Year!As we wrap up our first full year as a podcast, we look back at our 5 favorite songs of 2021. We were so hopeful that 2021 would magically be a better year. In many ways it was, but we still have a long way to go before we return to normalcy. Here's to a better year, cheers to every single one of you, we appreciate you all!Peter's Top 5:5. Personal Shopper by Steven Wilson, from his album The Future Bites released via Caroline International4. A Clockwork Expectation by Fractal Universe, from their album The Impassable Horizon released via Metal Blade3. My Promise by Anneke Van Giersbergen, from her album The Darkest Skies Are the Brightest released via Inside Out2. 24 Light-Years by Vola, from their album Witness released via Mascot Records1. Boys At School by Spellling, from her album The Turning Wheel released via Sacred BonesSam's Top 5:5. Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) by Elle King and Miranda Lambert, released via RCA Records.4. Heart on Fire by Eric Church, from his album Heart released via EMI Nashville3. Fly As Me by Silk Sonic, from their album An Evening With Silk Sonic released via Atlantic2. Ghost by Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram, Jon Randall, from their album The Marfa Tapes released via RCA Nashville1. Oh My God by Adele, from her album 30 released via Columbia RecordsSupport the show (
Happy holidays y'all! We are a bit late but we wanted to celebrate the holidays with a special Hanukkah episode! Peter picks a part serious, part jokey, but pure fun song. Meanwhile, Sam picks a traditional Hanukkah song covered in a modern jazzy style.  Our songs for this week:The Hanukkah Song by Too $hort, a single from 2012 released via Short Dogg Holiday Music.Ma'oz Tzur by Leslie Odom Jr (feat. Nicolette Robinson), from his 2020 album The Christmas Album released via S-Curve Records.Support the show (
We did it y'all! We made it to the fourth and final part of our Quadrilogy! For Part 4 of our Podcast Anniversary Quadrilogy, we are now in modern times in the 2010s and talk about the "evil evil" streaming service: Spotify! Peter digs himself even deeper into the progressive metal rabbithole, while Sam circles back to her roots. We hope you enjoyed our anniversary episodes, and we can't thank everyone enough for listening to us ramble for a year! Cheers to you and here's to many more years to come!Our songs for this week:Telos by Between the Buried and Me from their 2012 album The Parallax II: Future Sequence released via Metal Blade Records.I Was Wrong by Chris Stapleton, from his 2017 album From a Room: Volume 1 released via Mercury Nashville.Support the show (
For Part 3 of our Podcast Anniversary Quadrilogy, we breach the 2000s and talk about the infamous file sharing software: Napster! In this period of Sam's life, she took a break from Country music until she heard Miranda Lambert's first top 10 hit, while Peter was crashing headfirst into progressive metal.Stay tuned to part 4 (the finale!) which will be released next week, where we will finish out our anniversary celebration by covering the 2010s.Our songs for this week:Gunpowder & Lead by Miranda Lambert from her 2007 album Crazy Ex-Girlfriend released via Columbia Nashville.Fatal Tragedy by Dream Theater, from their 1999 album Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory released via Elektra Records.Support the show (
We continue our pod celebration with Part 2 of our Anniversary Quadrilogy. This time we hit our hormone fueled teenage years and we pick songs from the 90s!We begin by discussing the beginnings of playing music, then head into some grunge, and end with a bluegrass leaning pop country tune.Stay tuned to part 3 which will be released next week where we tackle the 2000s!Our songs for this week:My Wave by Soundgarden, from their 1994 album Superunknown released via A&M Records .Sin Wagon by by The Chicks (formerly Dixie Chicks), from their 1999 album Fly released via Monument Records.Support the show (
Happy Anniversary to the pod! Our very first intro episode was released on Nov 3, 2020, and we wanted to celebrate by giving y'all four episodes for the month of November.  Welcome to Part 1 of our Quadrilogy, where we are picking a song from each decade of our lives. We start off in the 80s (ish) where you get to know where Sam's country roots start, and where Peter's love of both synth and metal comes from.Stay tuned to part 2 which will be released next week where we tackle the 90s!Our songs for this week:I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt, from her 1991 album Luck of the Draw released via Capitol Records .Strangelove (single version) by Depeche Mode. The song is originally from their 1987 Music for the Masses released via Mute Records Ltd. The version included in today's episode is the single version which you can find on the compilation The Singles 86-98 released in 1998  via Mute Records Ltd.Shoutout goes to DJ Davey, who is killin' it with his KFOG style 10 @ 10:, here is the roundtable mentioned in the second half of the episode: the show (
Happy Halloween! On this week's episode, Peter and Sam share a few spooky stories, and swap songs that are dark and macabre.WARNING: Explicit content! Well, there's explicit content every week, but in particular we speak a bit about domestic abuse as well as a truly vile cannibal true crime story.Our songs for this week:Goodbye Earl by The Chicks (formerly Dixie Chicks), from their 1999 album Fly released via Monument Records.Eaten by Bloodbath, from their 2004 album Nightmares Made Flesh released via Century Media Records.Support the show (
This week we pay tribute to one of our favorite bands, The Beatles! October 15th, 1960 marks the first recording session that included Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr. To celebrate this momentous occasion, Peter and Sam swap their favorite Beatles songs, Special shoutout goes to the Alphabeatical podcast, where they cover all songs by The Beatles in alphabetical order.  You can find more info here: Our songs for this week:A Day in the Life from their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band released via Parlophone Records. Something from their 1969 album Abbey Road released via Apple Records.Support the show (
It Feels So Tight

It Feels So Tight


On this week's episode, Peter and Sam stumble upon an unintentional theme of making judgements on how an artist sounds based on their looks. Sam gives Peter Mickey Guyton's song Remember Her Name. It is off Guyton's debut album of the same name which is out today.  It's an important album in the country world, showing us all that representation matters as well as paying tribute to Breonna Taylor.For the second half, we lighten up the mood with a surprisingly funky tune from Swedish group Dirty Loops.As mentioned in the opening segment, check out The United States v. Billie Holiday, now streaming on Hulu.Our songs for this week:Remember Her Name by Mickey Guyton, from her 2021 album Remember Her Name (out today!) released via Capitol Records Nashville.Rock You by Dirty Loops, from their self-released 2020 EP Phoenix.Support the show (
Moon June Spoon

Moon June Spoon


On this week's episode, Peter and Sam discuss a couple shows they have been watching  lately, the comfort we find in our rituals, and the suburbs.The shows are Giri/Haji on Netflix, and Wu-Tang: An American Saga on Hulu.Our songs for this week:Rituals by Rolo Tomassi, from their 2018 album Time Will Die and Love Will Bury It released via Holy Roar Records.I Can't by Caitlyn Smith, from her 2020 album Supernova released via Monument Records.Support the show (
A Spermy Podcast

A Spermy Podcast


On this week's episode, Peter and Sam are covering...cover songs! For both of our songs,we will be discussing the original as well as the cover, so you get four songs this week. We also discuss how much covers should stay faithful to the original, and why some people prefer the original over the cover and vice versa.Special shoutout goes to Rise to Offend! They were one of our earliest supporters and encouraged us before we even launched a single episode! Follow them on Facebook and Twitter @RiseToOffend and on Instagram @RiseToOffendOfficialOur songs for this week:Jolene by Dolly Parton, from her1974 album Jolene released via RCA Records.The cover of Jolene is by Miley Cyrus as part of the "Backyard Sessions." As it is not on Spotify, here's a link to the Youtube video: Crystal Fire by Robbie Basho, from his 1978 album Visions of the Country released via Windham Hill Records. As it is not on Spotify, here's a link to the Youtube video: cover of Blue Crystal Fire is by Fire! Orchestra, from their 2019 album Arrival released via Rune Grammofon.Support the show (
Wood on Wood

Wood on Wood


This week our theme is songs from soundtracks. We coincidentally chose songs with similar themes even though the movies they come from are very different. Also, dog farts!Our songs for this week:悟 (Wù) by Andy Lau, from the official soundtrack of the 2011 movie ShaolinGone by Ioanna Gika, from the official soundtrack of the 2012 movie Snow White and the HuntsmenSupport the show (
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