In which Beeso and the Doc take a drinks break, talk flash glassware, five seconds of interest, fuck you I won't buy what you tell me, Cock Bogan & The Knobthrobbers, #FuckOffThom, getting on the gins, Dr Y's longwinded and obtuse theory based on citation indices, singing like a Cletus, throwing in the towel, loud mechanical noises, Lewis Hamilton wears a hat, the Pistols and the Dougs, running for the train, last chance to hear, hiphop hybrids, Beeso's days in amateur A&R, we've just run out of Adelaide cliches, and the importance of sounding busted-arse. This week's albums were Holy Holy's When The Storms Would Come, You Am I's Porridge and Hotsauce and Motorhead's Ace of Spades. Next week, in our final set of reviews before our big end-of-year wrap up show, the Doc has nominated newbies from trans-Tasman rockers the Cavemen (Auckland) and Jackson Firebird (Melbourne), while Beeso wants to discuss the classic status of the Hilltop Hoods' seminal release (snerk) The Calling.
In which @beeso of Lantanaland and @DrYobbo of the World of Bollocks attempt to further the cause of human discourse by diluting the overall quality of white male contributions thereto. Is it a meta-satire of cliche-heavy sports punditry? Is it a subversion of generational stereotypes around music, media, pop culture and the atrophying effect of age? Is it just another pair of washed-up flogs with a podcast? NO. It's another pair of washed-up flogs with TWO podcasts...
#BALLS: Mostly sport, out every weekend. Think Roy and HG, with more booze and far, far worse takes. May contain #NBAfeels.
#BALLS After Dark: Mostly everything that's not sport, mostly harmless, out mid-week each week. Featuring our After Dark New Music Challenge, where we review two brand new albums and a well-aged classic each week.