Missaligned 068: We’re (Not) The Batman

Missaligned / News / Podcast / March 9, 2017

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This week’s podcast includes discussion on the Lego Batman soundtrack, what releases we’re looking forward to, and what we’ve recently listened to.

Intro song: Swordfish – “Social Drinker”


Lady Gaga is replacing Beyonce at Coachella


Lego Batman Movie Soundtrack
Features some killer 80s songs, as well as Patrick Stump and DNCE.

What we’re looking forward to in the spring

Meghin: (April Releases:) Father John Misty – Pure Comedy, Cold War Kids – LA Divine, Michelle Branch – Hopeless Romantic, (May:) At The Drive-In – interalia, Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile celebrates 10 years of The Story: An album to benefit war child (war child has always had some great comps: see war child presents heroes. This is literally a cover album of Brandi’s songs featuring Shovels & Rope, Dolly Parton covering the song The Story, Old Crow Medicine Show, Jim James, The Avett Brothers, Pearl Jam, Adele and more.

What Music We’ve Been Listening To

Deanna: Culprit, John Mayer, Acceptance 

Meghin: I am a garbage person who loves the new Kygo x Selena Gomez track, “It Ain’t Me.” The new Lorde song, “Green Light” is also very good. In terms of albums, I’ve been on a Rilo Kiley kick lately. And Beirut. Also Allison Crutchfield’s Tourist In This Town album


Meghin: Ryan Adams – Prisoner

Deanna: Culprit – Sonder

Where To Find Us

@deeechap / @meghin_ /  @missalignedpod

You can also email us at missalignedpod@gmail.com.

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Meghin Moore
Meghin Moore is a Penn State grad and Pennsylvania native who resides in Virginia, happily nestled between Washington, D.C. and Richmond. She's the site's Managing Feature Editor, as well as one of the two Missaligned Podcast co-hosts. When she's not eating her weight in burritos or attending various concerts, she can often be found reading a book or trying to keep tabs on the latest news happening around the world.

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