Thu, 30 November 2023
Your long international nightmare is over. Here it is, the podcast episode so anticipated, so filled with good magick that it did the unthinkable and killed Henry Kissenger. You're welcome. You're also now able to sate your previously unquenchable hunger to learn what your old buddies Kevin 'n' James thought about the newest Doctor Who. Listen now. We're back.
Tue, 21 November 2023
In which James Slater-Murphy and Kit Power begin their deep dive into the studio albums of Columbia recording artist Bruce Springsteen.
With a startling lack of originality, we start at the beginning, taking in 1973s Greetings From Asbury Park, NJ. There's a bit of initial amused bafflement that this is the origin story for one of popular music's biggest and most reliable stadium fillers, but we also discover a lot to enjoy and ponder, especially on side 2, as well as some signposts towards future greatness. An enjoyable start to a keenly anticipated journey.
Join us on this ride, where we find out: Will we pay the cost to hear the Boss? You'll have a blast.
Tue, 3 October 2023
Kevin and James spend an extremely small amount of time on the 1979 Dr. Who serial before getting concisely into the Clash's third record.
Thu, 27 July 2023
Thu, 20 April 2023
Kevin and James talk about an all-timer of a record.
Mon, 30 January 2023
Thu, 20 May 2021
Christine and Kit are joined by James Slater-Murphy to talk about the horribly anti-Japanese You Only Live Twice.
Thu, 7 January 2016
Phil talks to Jon Blum about the Abominable Bride and then interviews the hell out of him.