Dee said:I’ve mentioned I Don’t Even Own A Television here before - they did an episode on Jordan Peterson’s book. It’s about bad books and some episodes are better than others. But overall I enjoy it.
This guy goes deep into these albums, pulling out samples, going into music theory, examining the social climate and the artist’s own personal narrative and the effect of the album on the industry.
if you like those albums, you should check it out.
I’ve mentioned I Don’t Even Own A Television here before - they did an episode on Jordan Peterson’s book. It’s about bad books and some episodes are better than others. But overall I enjoy it.
Hey, Do You Remember is about movies the hosts remember from childhood. Again, some episodes are better than others - they have a tendency to go into loooong stories of their childhoods occasionally, but often they are really funny. Their take on films is very different to Jim and A.Ron - I don’t know if it’s deliberate but they rarely seem to touch on the more egregious political/social elements of older films; for example, they never mention anything about the racist elements of Big Trouble In Little China. So I guess if you’re someone who finds J&A a bit preachy and SJW at times (as I’m sure most people here would realise, I do not), this might be up your alley.
@Dee So glad you mentioned IDEOAT because it's got a wonderful vibe. I stayed subscribed to them, although I don't plan on listening to every episode. I really enjoyed Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance since I read that book in my early 20s and DID like it, haha.
Have a listen to their more recent ones, you might find they’re a bit more fun and gentle? (Well, except the Jordan Peterson one of course - that’s a bloodbath.)