Episode 28 – The Spotify Wall Is Upon Us

This week on the podcast, Alex discusses his trip to Orlando for his college graduation, after which we dive into the regular discussions. New singles from Kendrick Lamar and Logic (amongst others), the latest Danny Brown music video, the Outside Lands 2017 Line-up, and Spotify making some… questionable business decisions. Also, we’re *finally* on iTunes and Google Play, so be sure to subscribe to us there and start taking us on the go.

Listen to the episode using the link below.

Your hosts this week are Robert (@RobBarracuda), Alex (@AuraOfAzure), and Mark (@MAK2HybridMedia).

 

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Playlist of music discussed this week: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwHe7rnH7Wl-RiV1F3jyvPMwfYaV0tZip

 

Time stamps:

16:06 – Anathema – “Springfield”

18:45 – Sikth – “Vivid”

21:41 – At The Drive-In – “Hostage Stamps”

23:47 – Logic – “Everybody”

27:41 – Kendrick Lamar – “Humble”

 

News topics

35:15 – R.I.P. Ikutaro Kakehashi, Founder of Roland

37:55 – Danny Brown premieres “Ain’t It Funny”

41:38 – Hans Zimmer announces first proper North-American tour

44:35 – Andy Williams (Every Time I Die) participates in Joey Janela’s Spring Break

46:56 – Every Time I Die banned from Orlando House of Blues

50:34 – Outside Lands 2017 Line-Up Announced

53:18 – Spotify to possibly implement 2-week paywall for new releases

57:51 – New album releases for April 7th, 2017

1:00:19 – Sign-out

 

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