2C-B License

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Rob and Callum pull up to the latest If There Is Hell Below podcast in a Range Rover sport, with tears streaming down their face like 50 Cent just mentioned them in an Instagram comment; inside this four-wheeled player tank is the sound of the sweet music.
This week we have something from Israel’s premiere shoegaze dream pop band Vadaat Charigim, rock n roll punk from Dirty Fences, smooth like suede hip hop from Nx Worries, further explorations into the modern world of the jam with Idesia.
Check the rest of our favourite songs of the week and our inane ramblings.



Backpack People

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Rob and Callum would like to apologise for the beef dished out in this podcast, from the Lil Chris comparison to the tale of the human onesie and the good backpack folk of London; they can’t take back this beef but it won’t stop up them serving up the rare delights.
No apologies made for music this week: there’s some trap from Brodinski a producer who has been given an ‘artiste’ rosette from the arbiter of artistry, there’s the doom metal groove of Bad Guys with a tale of temptation and theft, some art punk from Vexx and Warehouse and some Free Weed.
The rest is guitar stuff but that good guitar stuff, take a listen won’t you.

Big Momma's House

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Last week Rob and Callum presented a podcast as a coming of age indie movie classic, this week they go for an Oscar-certainty with a heart-warming tear jerker for the ages, this could be the moment Rob and Callum prove their worth as a creative duo to be taken seriously. Diverse bag of musical delights this week; with kraut-jazz-prog-garage from French Canadians Chocolat, swinging motoric pop from Lower Dens, sweet psychedelic soul from Monophonics, finger-picked folk from Eaves and some Bollywood beats from Ohmegawatts. There’s also some slow jams, some stoner-whimsy, garage rock and more. Have a listen and join in our little debate on twitter @ithbpodcast @callumeckersley .


Sweet Boy

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Rob & Callum are back with a synopsis and soundtrack for what may be their best motion picture yet, cashing in on one of the easiest genre's to get right the 'coming of age'. Simply copy the greats before; a little Adventureland here, a bit of Harold & Maude there, plenty from John Hughes and the pure nostalgic essence of Freaks & Geeks. Some of the tracks in this podcast WILL make the motion picture - Big Bill has provided the title track with their strutting garage pop, Tommorow's Bacon has bought the power pop to the obligatory post-party scene whilst Slutever has provided the grunge bed to the actual party. Some of these tracks won't make the film but they're still absolute gold. Take a listen and picture the feel good movie of tomorrow.


Increasing the Brand

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Rob and Callum are back with another podcast, this one is designed to increase the If There Is Hell Below BRAND. The cat gets a little involved (very internet popular atm), Rob tries to work in jokes that Micky Flannagan and the Pub Landlord would happily tell at an enormodome gig and start banging out the audience interaction like we’re the hashtag creators - all surefire BRAND INCREASERS. Music that will increase the brand includes kruatrock cosmic psych from Planes of Satori, power pop punk from BAD WEED, the mundanity of life soundtracking of Noah Wall, garage rock of Lucern Raze and the country folk of Simon Joyner. There’s other songs too: a little hip hop, some shimmering guitar indie and some jazz. Check the podcast and the brand.


Cheese: America's Shame

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Rob and Callum are listening to music, talking about music, playing out the music videos of their mind and laying those thoughts onto a podcast – this podcast.
Play out your mind movie with music from the Father of synth horror soundtrack John Carpenter, roar down the highway with Sabbath heavy road rock from Babylon Sweethearts, bask in the sweet 70s sunkissed soul of Mocky and float off with Faith Healer.
There’s other tracks but spelling them out ruins the surprise so have a listen and enjoy.