Jeff Marsick and Scott Malchus return to Popdose for another episode of “Comrades,” their weekly discussion about FX’s “The Americans”
Two words. Michael Parakeeton. Not funny? Well, the rest of the podcast is much better.
Welcome to “Comrades,” a weekly podcast devoted to the FX series, The Americans. Our first episode takes a look back at The Americans first season (now on Blu-ray), previews the upcoming season (which premieres on February 26th) and features the usual tangents that Scott goes off on, such as the great use of Pete Townshend’s “Rough Boys” and how film editors accomplish the timing of image to music.
Join co-hosts Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy as they demonstrate why Queen II is a platter that matters.
We explore the new Science Fiction album from The Singhs during our conversation with Jeet Singh.
Singer/songwriter Willie Nile drops by the Radio Hour to talk about his new album, American Ride.
The gang celebrate their 25th episode with a visit from a guitar legend.
A conversation with DA’s lead architect Terry Scott Taylor about the band’s new album, Dig Here, Said The Angel (and an album review to boot!)
Grant-Lee Phillips pays a visit to the Radio Hour to discuss his latest album Walking In The Green Corn.
He loves words, whiskey and chicken wings
Ted Asregadoo and Matt Wardlaw talk to Ken Caillat about his book, “Making Rumours: The Inside Story of the Classic Fleetwood Mac Album.”
Nashville songwriter Fred Wilhelm opens up about his career and creative process
A founding member of Little Feat stops by the Radio Hour to discuss his distinguished career and new solo tour