BALLS After Dark.128 The Empire's tracks bite
Why you should never look forward to anything, old music for old people, don't look back (you can never look back), chunks of fuzz, recycled leftovers, eatin' dust, going for it (live), fighting trucks, guitar brand based comedy, bootleg Buena Vista, get up (get on up), Beeso's motivations, tsunami warnings, teeting off, Thriller Is Trash V: Assignment Miami Beach, push the button(s), St George can't play, sizzle, flashes of inspiration, green and gold covers, transatlantic track shuffling, slicks in sleet and the importance of having good friends who support your creative endeavours. This week we reviewed new albums from The Breeders (again) and Fu Manchu, while Beeso's 'classic' is the 2003 debut album from The Cat Empire. Next week: the debut album* from Brunswick indie kids Press Club, new Sarah Blasko and classic experiential Jimi Hendrix from 1967. Review albums are on our After Dark album review playlist; our fave tracks of the year are on our 2018 After Dark Mixtape. iTunes: itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/balls-with-beeso-dr-yobbo/id1209722376.
*this might be the giveaway Beeso was talking out his fundament ref. them being around when he was running venues in the early oughts