By • Sep 9th, 2009 • Category: Podcasts

This week’s episode is chocked full of topical discussions, in large part because Derek Wright was joined by Andre Salles from Tuesday Morning 3 a.m. The two music writers discussed the ups and downs of double albums, while the pair agreed on their potential but disagreed on the practice. The two also discussed a Wall St.-style way bands have begun funding their albums and what that means for the creative cycle. All this, as well as a new album from a guitar-pop genius, the reincarnate of Red Foxx and why music and literature don’t always mix.

Length: 1:36:44

New albums reviewed:
Brendan Benson, “My Old, Familiar Friend”
The Antlers, “Hospice”
Deer Tick, “Born On Flag Day”
Patrick Wolf, “The Bachelor”
Japandroids, “Post-Nothing”
The Airborne Toxic Event, “The Airborne Toxic Event”

Lyrical Life Lesson”
Sade, “Smooth Operator”

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