In a tremendously shambolic After Dark your friends and mine, Beeso and the Doc, get into abusing drugs, production values, disregarding the Beatles, despising the Fauves, Vale Festy Hall, seabin redux, dogs are the best people, Ronseal, sonic youths, therapy?, releasing all the things, grow up Australia, the Kendrick Moratorium (not a Robert Ludlum book), going in to Sin City, bad accents and why you should buy our T-shirts. Then, in a very special all-new After After Dark your correspondents dive into blockbuster music, difficult artists, busking with Dave Graney and having access to ALL THE MUSIC IN THE WORLD. This week we reviewed new albums from Wolfmother and Yuck, and an orchestrally accompanied classic from Portishead live in NYC. Next week: Urthboy, the DMAs and the D4 from 2005. As always, this and next week's selections are on the BALLS Spotify playlist.
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.