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Your Weekend Justice #224: Coffee and the...

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck, the podcast that dares to completely sully the name of its own damn website. Go figure. Note: Please excuse random and brief noises. Not sure where they came from. Maybe...

Music Monday: Walkmen, Beach Boys and Roots

More music picks from Rob Levy. If you like what you hear, use the links provided to snag it for yourself from Amazon. Doing so through us gives us kickbacks, and those help pay for stuff like therapy. And cake mix.

The Sound Board #11: Old Rockers Never Die...

This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This episode is hosted by Prof. Rob Levy, with Dr. J.M. Tuffley and Widgett Walls in attendance. This episode’s central topic is aging musicians: can you be too old to rock...

Headsup: A Holiday Guide to EMI/Capitol

So we’ve picked a few titles from the EMI/Capitol holiday line-up to tell you about. You might recognize them already if you follow everything we do on here, seeing as how we’re giving away a copy of each. You can find that in...

Win Beach Boys: Christmas Harmonies!

So The Beach Boys have Christmas Harmonies here, out from Capitol, with fifteen songs, some original holiday bits and some standards. We have a copy here that’s just ripe for the winning. And because this is a Xmas album after all...

Win That Lucky Old Sun on DVD, Signed by...

Yes, that Brian Wilson. With his new DVD, which is…here, let me just let them explain it: The new That Lucky Old Sun DVD features a full-length performance of Wilson’s latest album, filmed live at Capitol Studios on May 19, 2008...

Win Brian Wilson’s “That Lucky...

Yes, it’s true. Capital’s new “From the Capitol Vaults” line is putting various and sundry releases onto limited edition 180 gram vinyl. Here’s the latest from Brian Wilson, That Lucky Old Sun. Some of you might...

Win The Beach Boys’ “Pet...

Yes, it’s true. Capital’s new “From the Capitol Vaults” line is putting various and sundry releases onto limited edition 180 gram vinyl. Me, I just know that means that if my dad’s copy of Sgt. Pepper has been...