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Alec and Nick continue their “Musician’s Friend” sub-series, dedicating an episode to discuss a selection of father & son musical relationships including: Mark Fell & Rian Treanor, Terry & Gyan Riley, Thom & Noah Yorke, La Monte Young, as wells as Th... more
Alec & Nick inaugurate the new patron-exclusive Editorials and Opinions sub-series with a sportsmanly report on music they did not listen to in 2021. Topics include The Wire Magazine, the live music show, Drake's "Certified Lover Boy," Klein, aesthet... more
In this final episode of 2021, Alec and Nick wrap up the year by revisiting an early concept from the Flavortone archive: the Cochlear Wind. The Cochlear Wind is a figurative mascot, intended to both cheer and taunt the way composers bamboozle listen... more
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This podcast takes me on road trips and I’m entertained the entire drive. These are radio voices at its finest! Not to mention the innovative and creative content. :)
The thrill of this podcast comes from hearing them take a seemingly ludicrous premise and explain it in such a way that it makes perfect sense. A must listen for music nerds.
Coincidentally, I picked up Yu-Gi-Oh for the first time in over six years shortly before I discovered this podcast. Feel like these guys hit me with a Time Wizard card on the first episode, because before I knew it the show was over and I’d aged a thousand years (measured by the wisdom I’d gained). Really enjoyable and insightful, and like the best pods, you feel like you’re sitting in on a genuine conversation between friends. It’s a great hang and I’m looking forward to listening to future epi... more
the only podcast offering a scoobiological perspective on music
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Flavortone launched a year ago and published 23 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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