I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up!
Or, The Diva is Millie, Isn't It?
April 12th, 2017 • This week’s episode of Song Buzzards is remarkably mysterious. There’s the case of the missing band (which deserves a Song Buzzards spin-off, à la Serial), the mystery of how to use Twitter and Snapchat (seriously, can someone clue us in?), and the enigma that is Steve Urkel (did I do that?). Plus, the guys bring their picks for family bands including a band with twin brothers, as well as a band with sisters/husbands/brother-in-law, Devon’s kids rock out to Slothrust, and Cory schools everyone on grime music.
Also, please take a listen to these sounds with notes:
The Soorleys Home 3:25
Ablebody Backseat Heart 18:16
Lorn Acid Rain 26:55
School '94 With This Happiness 40:25
Said The Whale Step Into the Darkness 52:05
Jenn Grant Galaxies 1:04:00
Creeper Black Rain 1:15:42
Strand of Oaks On the Hill 1:30:00
The Soorleys on Audiotree Live:
Ablebody on Live on KXSC:
Lorn‘s “Acid Rain” video:
School ’94‘s unofficial video for “Head Over Here”, a tribute to My So-Called Life:
Winning America, a documentary about Said The Whale:
Jenn Grant‘s spacey video for “Galaxies”:
The official video for “Black Rain” by Creeper:
Strand of Oaks‘ heart-on-sleeve performance on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert: