Pint Notes #9: Background Music for Outside

59 mins - Published Thu, Apr 30, 2015 by Josh Wodarz and Rebecca Ruiz

This week we find out that Josh Wodarz is a hypocrite, and he doesn’t want artists to grow. Not really, but he’s just having a hard time with the evolution of sound of Alabama Shakes. Rebecca Ruiz keeps him on track and surprises him with a beer he would not normally have tried. Will either of them survive this surprise beer?

… Probably not, but listen anyway. Also, they review Mavis Staples, The Muscadettes, and Peach Kelli Pop, plus they give quick takes on Speedy Ortiz, Blur, holychild, and Turbo Fruits.

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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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