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yourfavoritealbum:

This week, my buddy Neil Rubenstein is on the show talking about Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach’s “Painted From Memory”. What happens when two titans of the industry come together for an album? Music magic, that’s what. Chatting with Neil is always fun and results in me laughing a lot, so there’s that to look forward to! Also on this episode, I come as close as I ever have to considering Spotify as a viable option.

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New episode is up with Neil Rubenstein! Check it out!

yourfavoritealbum:

Believe it or not, this Austin Powers 2 clip is relevant to the next episode of the podcast.

I posted a clip from Austin Powers 2… and it’s relevant to an upcoming episode of Your Favorite Album.

topshelfrecords:

xxserenadexx:

Where did the summer go?

Relevant.

My favorite track on the album.

agreatbigpileofleaves:

Our headline tour / The Topshelf Records Tour w/ Diamond Youth, Prawn & Field Mouse starts in just 3 weeks! Stream our newly released b-side “Learning Curves” and grab tickets from www.topshelfrecords.com/tsrtour - Exciting stuff!

09.16.2014 - The Barbary, Philadelphia, PA

09.17.2014 - Metro Gallery, Baltimore, MD

09.19.2014 - The Backbooth, Orlando, FL

09.20.2014 - Epic Problem, Tampa, FL

09.21.2014 - The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

09.23.2014 - The End, Nashville, TN

09.24.2014 - The Firebird, St. Louios, MO

09.26.2014 - Beat Kitchen, Chicago, IL

09.27.2014 - Pike Room, Pontiac, MI

09.28.2014 - The Smiling Moose, Pittsburgh, PA

09.30.2014 - Great Scott, Allston, MA

10.01.2014 - The Met, Pawtucket, RI

10.02.2014 - The Studio at Webster Hall, New York, NY

10.03.2014 - Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park, NJ

This is gonna be awesome, in fact, it already is.

Isn’t this all any of us really want?

Isn’t this all any of us really want?

This new Pianos Become The Teeth jam “Repine” is pretty damn good.

yourfavoritealbum:

Holy cow, I think we’ve got a podcast here, now just what’re we supposed to do? We’re talking about Weezer with Jonathan Diener of The Swellers, and Tyler Soucy of A Great Big Pile of Leaves.

If you didn’t get enough Pinkerton talk from last week’s episode of Your Favorite Album, here’s an old episode of NerdGeekDork that features more in depth talk on Weezer’s sophomore offering. It’s me, Pete the Retailer from The Star Wars Minute podcast, Jonathan Diener from The Swellers & Braidedveins, and Tyler Soucy from A Great Big Pile of Leaves.

This is a podcast from the past, that to me, will always be relevant.

yourfavoritealbum:

This week, Greg Lum‘s on the show talking about one of my favorite albums of all time, Weezer’s “Pinkerton”. We get tongue tied a few times because there’s just so much to say about this music gem, but it’s a real fun chat. Also, there’s a five second cameo from my boss, who crashed the recording session.

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New episode time! Tell your friends, or don’t, I’m not your boss. The former would be really swell though…

agreatbigpileofleaves:

New song (kind of)! Head over to the Topshelf Records Tour site to stream our full band & studio version of Learning Curves (You’re Always on My Mind B-Side). If you haven’t heard it yet, we hope that you enjoy it. The track will be included on the free tour 7” vinyl. www.topshelfrecords.com/tsrtour

agreatbigpileofleaves:

New song (kind of)! Head over to the Topshelf Records Tour site to stream our full band & studio version of Learning Curves (You’re Always on My Mind B-Side). If you haven’t heard it yet, we hope that you enjoy it. The track will be included on the free tour 7” vinyl.
www.topshelfrecords.com/tsrtour

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.