Pint Notes #13: Inadvertent Summer Albums

56 mins - Published Fri, Jul 17, 2015 by Josh Wodarz and Rebecca Ruiz

Becca Ruiz and Josh Wodarz are back from their summer hiatus, and they happen to have collected a bunch of albums to talk about that easily sit into a summer mood. It must’ve been on Josh’s mind, because he picked up two summer beers to try, New Belgium’s Long Table and Bell’s Oberon. Along the way they argue over Bully, Miguel, and Pega Monstro. Not really, they just argue over Miguel. Someone on the podcast really doesn’t like Wildheart. Find out who! Also, they do quick takes on Heartless Bastards, Motopony, The Deslondes, T Hardy Morris, Zomes, and Leon Bridges. Join them for their review of Inadvertent Summer Albums.

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Pint Notes

Every two weeks, Becca and Josh get together in a seedy basement bar to sample and review a beer. At the same time, they'll discuss the newest music releases of the past two weeks. From lagers to pale ales to imperial stouts, and folk to hip hop to Norwegian death metal, they'll cover it all.

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