We are closing up Black History Month with the amazing tale of TLC, one of the most successful girl groups in all of music history. They started off as young women, tricked into an unfair contract that they wouldn't be made aware of until years later. But through struggles with addiction, abuse, and illness, combined with the successes of #1 singles and winning award after award, they grew into fierce, savvy women. However, despite it all, their longevity was cut short by tragedy. Listen to the story of T-Boz, Left Eye, and Chilli, and how their determination changed the industry forever and continue to inspire people even today.
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History in Five Songs 35: Circumstances: Rush and Judas Priest in the ‘70s
In show 35 Martin explains the Circumstances with Rush and Judas Priest in the ‘70s in these five songs:
Judas Priest – “Never Satisfied”
Judas Priest – “Island of Domination”
Rush – “A Passage to Bangkok”
Judas Priest – “Heroes End”
Rush – “Circumstances”
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The Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: Talkin' Blue Oyster Cult with Eric Bloom
Blue Oyster Cult's long history extends back beyond their debut album in 1972. As the 50th anniversary of the debut album approaches, Eric Bloom fills in a couple blind spots in band history and gets us up-to-speed on their release plans for 2020, including a new album!
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No Filler Rewind: The Hypnagogic Bliss of Tycho's Dive
On this week's episode, we open up the No Filler vault with a playback of our 3rd episode, a look at Tycho's second studio album Dive. The perfect blend of IDM, chillwave, and downtempo, Scott Hansen creates a lush and sun-dappled soundscape on this record that perfectly matches the imagery he creates under his graphic design moniker ISO50. Also featured on this episode is our very first discussion of the hypnagogic pop, and how Tycho, better than most artists who attempt it, explores cultural memory and nostalgia through is work.
Tycho - Dive
Mr. Twin Sister - Lady Daydream
Clientele - Everything You See Tonight Is Different From Itself
Tycho - Hours
Tycho - Adrift
Little Dragon - Feathers
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Let It Roll: The Devil, Daniel Johnston and Documentary Film
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes back Jeff Feuerzeig the director of “The Devil and Daniel Johnston”, to discuss the late singer-songwriter and Austin, Texas legend, the line between genius and madness, the lo-fi movement and the making of one of the all-time great rock documentaries.
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