BALLS After Dark.32 Ashes to ashes, stardust to stardust

In which we pour a little out for Lemmy and Bowie, and talk Dave vs Madge, Ashes on Mars, the Doc reviews a movie, last great statements, we're all fucked and we're going to die, the evolution of heavy metal, Get Him To Live At The Greek, strange noises, flute artists, sub-Optimum, no stars for you, give Curty his scooter back, recanting hasty generalisations about entire nations' hiphop output, drowning not shouting, Tidal sinks, don't die with the music in you, popping rhetorical questions, LantanaLandline, and the end of the journey.

This week we reviewed new albums by Bankrupt Billionaires and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard; Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti was the classic. Next week: mid-00s DJ Format, late 2015 Ten Commandos and David Bowie's epitaph, even though it's on Columbia. Little record label joke there for the folks at Sony Music Entertainment. You fucken cocks. Previous and future albums of the week are available on our BALLS Spotify playlist.

Other stuff you might like, mentioned in the show this week: the At The Drive Thru/Riot Radio end of year music podcast and Spotify playlist, the Doc's chemo-flavoured NaNoWriMo novella The Highway North, and the Probably Science and Jesse vs Cancer podcasts.