For The Record With Gg And Adam

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Sinopsis

On each episode, we discuss a single new album.

Episodios

  • For the Record #152: Bachelor's "Doomin' Sun"

    31/07/2021 Duración: 29min

    Bachelor is the name of a new collaboration between the artists behind Jay Som and Palehound. We discuss their new record, "Doomin' Sun," in-depth on episode #152 of “For the Record.” For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.

  • For the Record #151: Pom Pom Squad's "Death of a Cheerleader"

    12/07/2021 Duración: 30min

    Pom Pom Squad’s debut LP, “Death of a Cheerleader,” combines a Motown girl-group sound with a modern punk attitude and excellent pop sensibilities. We discuss it in-depth on episode #151 of “For the Record.”

  • For the Record #150: Sleater-Kinney's "Path of Wellness"

    28/06/2021 Duración: 29min

    Sleater-Kinney's tenth album, "Path of Wellness," represents a new direction for a band that has never stopped changing. We discuss it in-depth on episode #150 of “For the Record.” For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.

  • For the Record #149: Japanese Breakfast's "Jubilee"

    14/06/2021 Duración: 30min

    The third album from Japanese Breakfast, "Jubilee," swings for the fences with a much bigger, poppier sound, complete with horn and string arrangements. It's a major leap forward in Michelle Zauner's impressive career.

  • For the Record #148: Rosie Tucker's "Sucker Supreme"

    06/06/2021 Duración: 29min

    Rosie Tucker's debut for Epitaph Records, "Sucker Supreme," is a surprising indie pop gem. Witty lyrics and concise songwriting, together with some interesting experimental moments, result in a charming album that you'll end up leaving on repeat.

  • For the Record #147: Squid's "Bright Green Field"

    23/05/2021 Duración: 30min

    Squid's debut LP, "Bright Green Field," defies categorization. It's an electrifyingly creative mix of post-punk, jazz, and experimental rock that explores the anxiety and excitement of our dystopian future.

  • For the Record #146: Prism Bitch's "Perla"

    10/05/2021 Duración: 30min

    Covering the map with everything from pop to heavy rock to country-tinged ballads, Prism Bitch's varied and energetic debut LP is worth a listen. We discuss "Perla" on episode #146 of “For the Record.”

  • For the Record #145: Tune-Yards' "Sketchy"

    18/04/2021 Duración: 30min

    Tune-Yards are back with an album of politically-charged tracks that you can't help but sing along to -- and they're from right here in the Bay Area! We discuss "Sketchy" on episode #145 of “For the Record.”

  • For the Record #144: Adult Mom's "Driver"

    29/03/2021 Duración: 30min

    Adult Mom's third album is their first for Epitaph Records, and the fullest realization yet of their charming, intimate sound. We discuss "Driver" on episode #144 of “For the Record.” For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.

  • For the Record #143: Julien Baker's "Little Oblivions"

    08/03/2021 Duración: 30min

    Julien Baker's third album is a triumph. It's major departure from her previous sound, with a richness of production that matches its emotional expansiveness. We discuss "Little Oblivions" on episode #143 of “For the Record.”

  • For the Record #142: Shame's "Drunk Tank Pink"

    21/02/2021 Duración: 29min

    London quintet Shame made a splash with the brash post-punk of their debut record, but come back with a more complex and contemplative sound for their second album. We discuss "Drunk Tank Pink" on episode #142 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #141: Pom Poko's "Cheater"

    07/02/2021 Duración: 30min

    Norwegian quartet Pom Poko create art-punk which combines prog intricacy, rich production, and jazz improvisation to create unexpectedly poppy, emotionally resonant songs which amply reward repeat listens.

  • For the Record #140: Katy J Pearson's "Return"

    25/01/2021 Duración: 30min

    British singer-songwriter Katy J Pearson channels Americana and sunny 70s rock to create her own charming brand of indie pop. We discuss her debut record, "Return," in episode #140 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.

  • For the Record #139: Disheveled Cuss' "Disheveled Cuss"

    15/12/2020 Duración: 30min

    Disheveled Cuss is the new, more accessible side project of Tera Melos’ inventive and talented guitarist Nick Reinhart, and delivers a satisfying twist on your favorite 90s tropes. We discuss their self-titled debut record in-depth in episode #139.

  • For the Record #138: Bartees Strange's "Live Forever"

    29/11/2020 Duración: 30min

    With an electrifying voice and an eclectic mash-up of genres, Bartees Strange leads us into the dark COVID winter with what may be the best record of 2020. We discuss his debut LP, "Live Forever," in-depth in episode #138 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #137: Beabadoobee's "Fake it Flowers"

    15/11/2020 Duración: 29min

    Beabadoobee has a very 2020 story, and her pop-oriented take on 90s indie rock made her just the right artist to talk about this week. We discuss her debut LP, "Fake it Flowers," in-depth in episode #137 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, vis

  • For the Record #136: Future Islands' "As Long As You Are"

    26/10/2020 Duración: 30min

    Future Islands' sixth album, "As Long As You Are," is an earnest, emotionally-complex voyage into synth-pop that's worth a listen. We discuss it in-depth in episode #136 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit ForTheRecordPodcast.com.

  • For the Record #135: Will Butler's "Generations"

    04/10/2020 Duración: 30min

    Arcade Fire keyboardist Will Butler's second studio album is the perfect soundtrack to 2020: Honest about despair, able to find joy in resilience, and all along, grappling with what our responsibilities are to this moment in history.

  • For the Record #134: Knot's "Knot"

    20/09/2020 Duración: 30min

    Boston-based trio Krill quit making music in 2015, as all three members pursued opportunities outside of music, but have now returned (and added a fourth member) as Knot. We discuss their self-titled debut in episode #134 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #133: Alex the Astronaut's "The Theory of Absolutely Nothing"

    07/09/2020 Duración: 30min

    Australian singer-songwriter Alex the Astronaut has released her debut record of genuine, charming, upbeat folk-pop that is just the sort of music we need to be singing along with right now. We discuss "The Theory of Absolutely Nothing" on episode #133.

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