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My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

Sep 30, 2016

Reposting one of my favorite episodes to celebrate #InternationalPodcastDay

One of today’s most renowned and skilful Americana singer-songwriters, Jason Isbell, talks about a classic record that helped inspire the genre - The Rolling Stones 1971 LP ‘Sticky Fingers’.

We talk about how growing up around Muscle...

Sep 28, 2016

DJ, serial band member (from the Angry Angles to Roya and many many more), stylist and quintessential New York transplant Alix Brown invites me into her NYC home for a conversation about the quintessential New York album (recorded in London) - Lou Reed's 1972 'Transformer'.

We talk about how Reed working with producer...

Sep 24, 2016

On the eve of the Americana Music Festival, singer-songwriter and Double J disk jockey Emma Swift drops into the podbooth to chat with host Jeremy Dylan about one of the seminal Americana albums of the 90s -Car Wheels on a Gravel Road by Lucinda Williams.

Along the way they break down classic songs Right On...

Sep 21, 2016

The best nose in Aussie rock and frontman of legendary racket-makers You Am I, Tim Rogers, joins hostJeremy Dylan to reveal his surprising pick for his favorite album - John Hiatt’s 1987 breakthrough “Bring the Family”, which featured songs like ‘Thing Called Love’ and ‘Have A Little Faith In Me’.

Why did...

Sep 18, 2016

Taylor Locke, co-founder of Rooney, Lindsay Buckingham in world renowned celebration of Fleetwood Mac "Rumors", producer, studio owner and frontman of garage-pop outfit 'The Great Indoors', joins me to open the lid on the Pixies classic 'Doolittle' and how it shows them bursting out of their genre confines to make an...