This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This month’s episode is hosted by Dr. Rob Levy, assisted by Prof. Tuffley and Widge is in the sidecar.
This episode’s central topic is…sporting events and music. When and how should they mix? And we’re you’re a musician playing a sporting event, what does that mean…if anything at all? Also discussed: the BRIT Awards; EMI vs. Ireland; the return of Van Halen…again; the return of Guns n Roses…maybe; the return of Public Enemy…definitely; the return of Stone Roses…no, really. Also, Coachella is going to steal your soul. Or at least ours. And finally, we look back at 2011 and look ahead to 2012 with tons of music we liked and music we’re looking forward to. No, you’re not hallucinating–we say Nice Things for once.
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