Dropped catchphrases, two white guys trying to do a radio show, putting in wonk, some of Tony Martin's best work, He Got Healthy, the importance of being less earnest than Car Seat Headrest, Map Of The Problematic, disavowing yourself, lazy beats, Kath & Kim had bars tho, our contractually obligated Simpsons reference for this episode, playlist inception, audible pounding, all in the name of liberty and Instatourism with Doc. This week new albums from Seattle's Naked Giants, Londonium's Wonk Unit and a 2003 Oz hiphop classic from Bias B. The After Dark review show is off for a couple of weeks so next ep will feature a bonus-sized swag of new albums from J5 alum Cut Chemist, indie folkwit Ben Howard and hard hittin' new Britain collab Pound For Pound featuring the Nextmen vs Gentlemen's Dub Club; while for the classic, we're facing-off the best of Bon Scott era AC/DC: T.N.T. and Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (the original Australian releases, of course.) All our current and recent review albums are on our After Dark album review playlist (new stuff added to the end) while our favourite tracks of the year from albums we've reviewed are on our 2018 After Dark Mixtape. BALLS and After Dark are also available here: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/balls-with-beeso-dr-yobbo/id1209722376.
In which @beeso of Lantanaland and @DrYobbo of the World of Bollocks attempt to further the cause of human discourse by diluting the overall quality of white male contributions thereto. Is it a meta-satire of cliche-heavy sports punditry? Is it a subversion of generational stereotypes around music, media, pop culture and the atrophying effect of age? Is it just another pair of washed-up flogs with a podcast? NO. It's another pair of washed-up flogs with TWO podcasts...
#BALLS: Mostly sport, out every weekend. Think Roy and HG, with more booze and far, far worse takes. May contain #NBAfeels.
#BALLS After Dark: Mostly everything that's not sport, mostly harmless, out mid-week each week. Featuring our After Dark New Music Challenge, where we review two brand new albums and a well-aged classic each week.