Welcome to the Decibel Boost Podcast album roundup for the month of January 2020. The first month of the first year of the decade is a great chance for the industry to set a tone for the months and even years to follow… but mostly this past January just seemed to drop a small handful of releases of note, presumably saving some of its cards for later. There were still some projects here and there worth discussing. First off: Alex goes into detail on new projects from Apocalyptica, Survive Said The Prophet, and delivers a verbal evisceration of the new Theory of a Deadman project. Next: Mark discusses new releases from The Professionals, 070 Shake, the late Mac Miller, and deals with yet another unexpected interruption from Eminem. Finally: Robert offers his praises of the newest albums from Dan Deacon, Nero Di Marte, and Algiers… before dealing with the clunky mess that is Poppy’s transition into metal.
Your hosts this month are Robert (@RobBarracuda), Alex (@AuraOfAzure), and Mark (@MAK2HybridMedia). Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Google Play Music.
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Spotify playlist of albums discussed this month:
2:12 – What actually came out in January 2020
4:29 – Alex’s album listenings (Apocalyptica, Poppy, Sons of Apollo, Denzel Curry, Survive Said The Prophet, Meghan Trainor, Theory of a Deadman)
26:10 – Mark’s album listenings (The Professionals (Madlib & OhNo), Travis Scott (Jackboys), Mac Miller, Bad Boys For Life soundtrack, 070 Shake, Mick Jenkins, Halsey, Eminem)
53:38 – Robert’s album listenings (Dan Deacon, Nero Di Marte, Algiers, Anti-Flag, Kesha, of Montreal, Sons of Apollo, Apocalyptica, Eminem, Poppy)
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