Gremlins Money

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First ITHB podcast 2018 from your boys Rob and Callum, easing you in with familiar sounds, trademark badinage and some ITHB stalwarts.
Listen to this show and enjoy the unique and infectious pop of Michael Stasis, the sharp wit of Frankie Cosmos, the west coast velvets sound of Nap Eyes and the greatest musician in the world right now (IMHO) Danny Romano. There's also some scuzzy Oz punk from Amyl and the Sniffers, satisfying indie from Scupper and the return of A Grave With No Name.

B-ENO

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We’re back in the swing, we really hope you enjoy a nice little rambly ITHB podcast, because that’s what ya got brothers and sisters.
There’s music too, we chat about that a bit.
The tunes are real strong: there’s some blaxploitation funk from Ghost Funk Orchestra,
supreme bedroom pop songwriting from Most Likely, dusty jazz from Annabel (lee), garage power pop from Susan, some real nice songwriting from Kevin Devine and more.
Trust us with your ears and minds.

Put Your Ears on this Pod

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It's your boys Rob and Callum chucking out that good time banter and great tunes like Big Fergus hands out them citizen arrests.
Get your ears on some great tunes from the likes of BEACHTAPE who are a British band who sound like all the good American indie bands you still dig, TV Crime who make that workingman punching-in/punching-out feel good punk, Lower Slaughter who make the best heavy fuzz killer rock and BIG HUGE that make that power pop heavy rock that we will never stop digging.
Get ready to die.

Dyed in the Wool

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Rob and Callum present a podcast which sits in a limbo that is the positivity of the unknown, it was recorded on a Thursday so it's a little snapshot of a simpler more naive time. They play some music songs too, which is the important thing because every tune KILLS this week; with blockbuster disco funk from Louis Cole, brooklyn post-punk swag from B-Boys and something from podcast god Ariel Pink. There's also some funk and soul from Son Little, future hip hop beats from Karavan and an ode to Blackpool from Jack Cooper. See you on the flip-side x