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Podcast: BPMfm 3-22-13

By Will Ryan; March 22, 2013 at 2:09 PM 


Will and Colin are joined once again by Philip Cosores as well as BPM CEO Evan Kaloudis for the latest BPMfm. The crew runs down releases from DJ Koze, Thanksgiving, Phosphorescent, Wavves, Justin Timberlake, Lapalux, and Blue Hawaii. The guys also get into the distinctions between bands who ripoff the past versus bands who are merely influenced by it, music critic revisionist history, the “canon,” and more.

MP3: BPMfm 3-22-13

Podcast: BPMfm 3-7-13

By Will Ryan; March 7, 2013 at 12:20 PM 


This week we’re joined by ex-BPMer and organic gardening expert Erik Burg to discuss music from Waxahatchee, Pete Swanson, Youth Lagoon, Planningtorock, Rhye, Shlohmo and more. The crew also somehow starts to dig into the exclusivity of blog culture and the New York City indie music scene.

MP3: BPMfm 3-7-13

Podcast: BPMfm 2-18-13

By Will Ryan; February 18, 2013 at 3:48 PM 


Well, it’s a long one this week. Will and Colin welcome back Zach Hart of We Listen For You as well as old friend and ex-BPMer Philip Cosores. The gang talks about albums from Beach Fossils, Iceage, Olof Arnalds, Nerves Junior, and Autre Ne Veut. And in the second half the guys tackle the topic of business versus art in pop music, Grimes, feminism, and Beyonce. Strap in.

Skip to 1:16:27 if you want to hear the discussion portion of the show. Yep, it’s a long one.

MP3: BPMfm 2-18-13

Podcast: BPMfm 2-7-13

By Will Ryan; February 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM 


The podcast returns! Again! Will and Colin are joined this week by Rob Hakimian to discuss Mikal Cronin, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The History of Apple Pie, Bleeding Rainbow, Hair Police, Vatican Shadow, Alex G, and Darkside…I mean, Darkstar! The crew also attempts to tackle My Bloody Valentine’s m b v and all of its 21 year baggage. Sit and listen!

MP3: BPMfm 2-7-13

Podcast: BPMfm 1-18-13

By Will Ryan; January 18, 2013 at 3:03 PM 


The BPM podcast has been resurrected. This is BPMfm. BPMers Colin Joyce and Will Ryan sit down with We Listen For You’s Zach Hart to discuss albums from California X, Daniel Bachman, WIDOWER, Foxygen, and Pantha du Prince. Superchunk and the state of 90s influenced guitar rock comes up in there somewhere and, of course, the trio pick over the recent Chief Keef/Pitchfork controversy as well as who’s allowed to write about what music culture. A lot is said and we regret none of it!

MP3: BPMfm 1-18-13

Podcast: BPMcast Episode #19

By Will Ryan; June 15, 2012 at 6:29 PM 

We’re back and keeping it simple with just three dudes today. Listen as Will, Rob, and Colin run down the whole mess of album announcements we got this week including Bat For Lashes, Wild Nothing, The xx, and Jens Lekman. The crew also discusses the newest releases from POP ETC, The Tallest Man On Earth, Bobby Womack, Exitmusic, Eric Copeland, Wymond Miles, Hundred Waters, Hot Chip, and more!


Intro: Shabazz Palaces – “Blastit”
Eric Copeland – “Tarzan and the Dizzy Devils”
POP ETC – “Keep It For Your Own”
The Tallest Man On Earth – “1904”
Bobby Womack – “Forgive My Heart”
Exitmusic – “The Cold”
Hot Chip – “Motion Sickness”

MP3: BPMcast Episode #19

Listen: St. Vincent plays Comedy Bang Bang (3 song set)

By Chase McMullen; May 2, 2012 at 11:44 AM 

Among the celebratory moments of Comedy Bang Bang’s 3rd year anniversary podcast, it goes without saying that the most interesting guest appearance was a mini performance from none other than Annie Clark. She performed three of her St. Vincent tracks, “Surgeon”, “Cruel”, and, of course, “Cheerleader”. Check all three out below.

Podcast: BPMcast Episode #18

By Will Ryan; April 15, 2012 at 6:55 PM 

BPMcast: Better Late than Never edition. Our special guest Matt joins the BPM squad to tackle last weeks glut of news including a fresh Lollapalooza line up, a new record from POP ETC (formally The Morning Benders), drama between Prodigy and Havoc of Mobb Deep, and a Justin Vernon hip-hop record. New releases we’ve been listening to this week include Screaming Females, Orbital, Voices From The Lake, Nicki Manaj, Hip Hatchet, M. Ward, Weird Dreams, Mars Volta, and Death and Vanilla. Sadly, no music this week.

MP3: BPMcast Episode #18

Podcast: BPMcast Episode #17

By Rob Hakimian; April 8, 2012 at 4:49 PM 

A strange episode this week as the majority of the crew couldn’t attend the recording, but stalwarts Erik Burg and Rob Hakimian were determined to put one out anyway. Starting off by discussing some small news stories this week, they then went on to talk about what they’d been listening to (which unfortunately somehow didn’t get recorded). Then, with the energy flagging a little, a plea was sent out on the Beats Per Minute twitter for people to join, and we got some interesting characters in on the act including BPMer and Aim To Misbehave podcaster Chris Bosman, Middle Class White Noise’s Sam Rutherford and Erik’s friend Jon. A lot of what was discussed will stay between the guys as it was a little NSFW and had to be removed, but there’s still plenty here to enjoy.

Podcast: BPMcast Episode #16

By Will Ryan; March 30, 2012 at 3:34 PM 

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”

BPMcast Episode #16

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