This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This month’s episode is hosted by Dr. Rob Levy with support from Prof. J.M. Tuffley and Widgett Walls, janitor.
This episode’s central topic is: the live concert experience and how ticket purchasing, scalpers and the people who sell the tickets to begin with are all conspiring to ruin your good time. Along with that we also give you a rundown of various summer new releases that are of merit, a roll call of those we have recently lost, the kerfuffle between Weird Al and Lady Gaga, the battle between Dr. Dre and the new Death Row Records and a post-action review of Record Store Day 2011.
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