Chase McMullen and Colin Joyce join Erik, Rob, and Will to talk about an officially announced Sigur Ros album, The Morning Bender’s name change, more announcements from The Tallest Man On Earth and Japandroids, more Third Man Records activity, Air France’s untimely breakup, and Curren$y and The Weeknd controversies. Newly released albums from Odd Future, Zammuto, Bear In Heaven, Quakers, and Chromatics also get picked apart.
Intro/Outro: Shabazz Palaces – “Blastit”
Interlude: The Weeknd – “The Party & The After Party”
Odd Future – “Rella”
Zammuto – “The Shape of Things to Come”
Bear In Heaven – “The Reflection of You”
Quakers – “Big Cat”
Chromatics – “Kill For Love”
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