In which Beeso and the Doc discuss agreeing with ourselves from a week ago, Prank Me Maybe, teenage album revisionist history, self harm vs self abuse, leaving a light on for triphop, the Chemical Brothers coaching tree, teeing off on Thom (again), old bands making comebacks, broke-ass shit, new-ass shit and the son of a preacherman. Then in a throwback old-school After After Dark we talk inadvisable BBL runouts, Dubs-Rox, awful Australian sports coverage, why is tennis, one-and-a-half guards, Indian roads, the best ODI batsmen ever and tipping the hat to Virat.
No albums officially up for review this week (although the Doc crash-listened to a bunch, including Blink-182, Camp Cope, Chance the Rapper, Cortes, Deftones, Descendents, Drones, Stones, Street Chant, Truckfighters, Wakrat, Weezer and Whores); next week we kick off 2017 by reviewing two new releases from the end of 2016, Run The Jewels 3 and Childish Gambino's "Awaken, My Love!" Beeso's Canadian club classic is Atlantis - Hymns For Disco (2006) by K-OS. All these albums and more* on our BALLS After Dark Spotify playlist. *not more