Rob talks with Corbin about Innings Festival and it being a first time festival. Corbin also talks about Coachella and how he prepares for the biggest festival in the country.
Corbin and Rob talk about upcoming festivals such as Innings Festival and Coachella! They also talk about the Black Panther Soundtrack and why it's been difficult to listen to it!
Corbin & Rob bring in Reid from 104.7 KISSFM to talk about Justin Timberlake's newest album "Man of the Woods"
Rob and Corbin discuss the Sound Surfers top albums of the year!
We pick apart the baggage necessary to produce an album as brilliant as Erykah Badu's "Mama's Gun" and maintain a career as theatrically difficult as The Killer's. We pick apart the characters portrayed by each artist in an episode of epic proportions.
Phoenix radio royalty Lady La is our special guest for the 60th episode of the Sound Surfers! She assigned us the Miseducation of Lauryn Hill for Homework! We also reviewed the Foo Fighters newest album, Concrete & Gold.
James Murphy's hindsight mixed with his infectious dance production is Grace Jones' dream as we unpack LCD Soundsystem's "American Dream". And for homework, assigned by Malcolm Alexndr, we grovel at the artistic strength and confidence of Grace Jones' "Island Life".
Daniel Caesar's debut album "Freudian" sparks epiphanies on love and self-worth; to see the album translate live the Surfers will have full coverage from the Day N Night Music Festival. For homework, Rob assigned us to curate a playlist of protest songs in an assignment indiciative of the current global socio-political climate.
Queens Of The Stone Age diversify the rock landscape with Mark Ronson at their right side with new album "Villains". And for homework assigned by James Myles we soak in the earth tone grooves of Musiq Soulchild's "Juslisen".
What's at the end of the "Rainbow" is promising for Kesha as she evolves from pop wonder to anthemic artist; similar to Metallica's evolution after four albums with their self-reflective self-titled album assigned by Corbin for homework.
Sweet and tangy production canvases are contrasted with lyrical vegetables when we dissect Mura Masa's infectious debut album "Mura Masa" and pick apart Blu and Exile's debut gem "Below The Heavens" for homework assigned by Malcolm Alexndr.
All of life's questions are pondered within Arcade Fire's infectiously poignant fifth studio album "Everything Now", all while parallels are drawn between Will Smith's and Don McClean's chronological cadence for homework from Rob Hunter!
Tyler, The Creator proves his status as a Creator in an introspective fourth album that matches the tone of the genre bending fifth album from Funkadelic, "Cosmic Slop".
Parallels are drawn as we unpack the maturity of HAIM within their new album "Something To Tell You", in contrast with the lyrical paint drawn by Fleetwood Mac on their legendary album "Rumors".
The world is introduced to the purest form of Jay-Z with his new album "4:44" and for homework, we discuss Calvin Harris's new summer tinged album "Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1".
For 50 episodes we have bridged different cultures through music and this one is no different! We review Lorde's new album "Meldodrama" and for homework assigned by Malcolm we talk about Sting's "...Nothing Like The Sun".
We lost all "CTRL" with our review of SZA's album w/ special guest Mathew Blades and w/ his help we talk about the fundamentals of Hip-Hop with his homework from the Beastie Boys, "Paul's Boutique".
You know Alt-J recorded their new album "RELAXER" at Abbey Road? We review Alt-J and for homework Rob assigned a meteoric album, that is 50 y/o, The Beatle's "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".
Harry Styles' self-titled debut album is an unexpected hit to our ears and special guest Tim Hattrick agrees, while we break down his unexpected homework Tower of Power's "Bump City".
We weigh the greater pantheon of music for the soul in our review of Chris Stapleton's latest "From A Room: Volume 1" and for homework, assigned by James, we talk KING's "We Are KING".