If There Is Hell Below present the
third annual Good Shit podcasts – Good Shit ’13!
For the first of the two part series Rob & Callum have collected their 20
favourite tracks of the past year and thrown them together unranked with their
own irreverent take on each track.
We won’t spoil you with details of the entrants but mini-awards go to best
British track, best pop song, best hip hop, best foreign-language, best
instrumental and best bird call of the year.
Cremation or burial? OR a third exciting option of corpse
disposal, it’s revolutionary and WILL change the way you plan for your death
It’s all revealed in this the last podcast proper before the Good Shit 2013
podcasts (will be up on December 6th).
Music this week comes from Angel Olson and her exciting heavier musical
direction, Expwy and his DIY-pop which is proving the perfect filler for that
Shins void left in our hearts, hip hop from Dudley Perkins, Shane Kidd and beat
tape extracts from the new Tasty Morsels comp and Falside.
There’s more inside, take a listen, we’ll be back in a fortnight with our
favourite tracks of the year.
Rob & Callum are back with the If There Is Hell Below podcast, take a punt on us.
Delight for Death Grips record label - they've released a new free album, it's very good we're playing something from it along with MORE Spanish garage punk Pizza Time, country leanings from Fresh & Only's side-project Magic Trick, there's a Joanna Gruesome cover of Galaxie 500 and there's a wee Italian soundtrack inspired take on a gregorian chant (sounds good innit, well it is).
Plus there's some ace hip hop and punk, that's all inside.
Its dinner time on the ark, Rob & Callum have
laid on a spread of spice based food and if you’re not down then you
know where the plank is.
There’s sweet confection-based pop from Jacques Caramac and the Sweet
Generations, and just sweet pop from Cate Le Bon. Podcast stalwart
Action Bronson is back with Party Supplies for Blue Chips 2 we’ve picked
one of the many highlights from that. Nightmare Boyzzz provide this
week’s power-pop and garage hit and what a hit it is! There’s psych from
Morgan Delt and Orchestra of Spheres and something from TDE’s latest
signing Isaiah Rashad.
There’s more besides, have a listen and check it.
& Callum as they float downstream on this digital river, we’ll talk you
through ALL 4 BASES and turn you against the deadly Great British Adder, we’ll
provide the music on this trip, dear friend.
There’s a song by COOLRUNNINGS, which is a punk song they aren’t a punk band,
are they a different COOLRUNNINGS? Join in that debate. Lord Echo raises the
New Zealand hip hop flag higher with some electro boogie, Connan Mockasin
returns with some blue-eyed oddball-pop, there’s token but by no mean
by-numbers power-pop from First Base and the wonderful synth and strings
melancholy of Gem Club.
There’s of course more inside, have a listen.
Download: If There Is Hell Below... Dogheart I iTunes RSS Rob and Callum are here to begin the development of your Stockholm syndrome but a nice one, via our cult but it’s a good one, a rewarding one, the kind you can guarantee will never be looked on negatively in a revealing documentary. Louis Theroux would join and be glad for it.
Heavy on the garage punk rock this week with Spanish Nugget’men Wau y los Arrrghs, French punk from 1977 with Gasoline and other immediate shots of fuzz and raw power.
Away from punk there’s something new and incredible from Jonwayne’s latest album, instrumental hip hop from Thelonious Martin, something rather wonderful from Kevin Morby and podcast hero Father John Misty features on the latest Botany track.
There is more inside, commit to the cult and the secrets are revealed.
sexless suit in the closet, grow out your moustache, there's no time to sow
seeds because Rob & Callum present a brand new podcast. With music, talk of
the Amish and the debate as to what is in Ohio is OVER.
covered: heavy punk scuzz from Zig Zags, wrestling in Hip Hop with Oliver the
Second, Madlib's return to the Konducta series, Sebastien Tellier's
re-hooking-up with drumming legend Tony Allen, a taste of new Wooden Shjips and
a little cosmic hip hop odyssey from Solomon Vaughan.
too, check out what else is going on and have a listen.