Matt and Alan are back at Blue Holler to discuss a quirky 10″ EP by the legendary new wave pop group Squeeze. Album: Squeeze — 6 Squeeze Songs Crammed Into One Ten-inch Record (1979) Beer: Rivertown Brewery, Salted Carm-Ale
Singer-songwriter’s sophomore effort wears clear influences, settles into darker moods High Moon Records Songs about love and loss seem to come easy for Ryan Martin on his second full length release, Gimme Some Light. From the opening lyric, “I lost my mind, then I felt the plane taking...
Edogawa Rampo — The Human Chair First published in 1925, “The Human Chair” is a short story by Japanese writer Edogawa Ranpo that documents a lonely chair maker’s compulsive need for human companionship. Ranpo’s bizarre and unsettling tale is brought to life by actor Laurence Harvey with music...
Matt and Alan talk with Chris at Blue Holler Brewery about one of his newest beers, the Blue Holler Amber Ale, while discussing the finer points of U2’s 1984 classic The Unforgettable Fire. Album: U2 — The Unforgettable Fire (1984) Beer: Blue Holler Brewing, Amber Ale
Matt and Alan dive into David Bowie’s cocaine years with his funky 1975 release Young Americans while enjoying an IPA from Hamilton, Ontario’s Collective Arts Brewing. Album: David Bowie — Young Americans (1975) Beer: Collective Arts, Ransack the Universe – Hemisphere IPA