The Iancast

The Iancast

What started as an underground podcast with an audience of 1 (Ian) has now blossomed into a shared journey of musical discovery and adventure with at least a couple of listeners (other than Ian). Come join us, as host Jesse D takes your hand and squeezes it very tightly for no apparent reason and makes you feel extremely uncomfortable, even awkward. Let him guide you through his garden and deep into the weeds of lesser known and forgotten music that you might even like. Written and performed by Jesse D, produced by Jesse D and Burning End, mixing and editing by Burning End skin tight jeans courtesy of Onliska For those who need to see something visual you can checkout our youtube channel.


October 17, 2022 13 min

Yep we're still here. 
2000 downloads, could 2001 be next?  Who knows? 
To celebrate we restored the original Episode 76 where Jesse shares his love of Blues and Heavy Sh*t.
Albert King   
Born Under a Bad Sign( Mono)( 
Featuring the songs Kansas City and Born Under a Bad Sign 
Key to the Universe (

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Attempting to break in to an 5 star Apocalypse Resort Complex Jesse uses
the original episode 63 to distract the guards.
In this episode:
Jesse bemoaning the fact that he can't make a website...
Keith Richards
Talk Is Cheap (2019 Remastered)  (   
Featuring You Don't Move Me 
Ted Nugent
Double Live Gonzo (

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Happy Father's Day! 
Jesse shares some of his favourite Dad Jokes while sharing his love of D-A-D and their 2011 album DIC.NII.LAN.DAFT.ERD.ARK ( 
A New Age Moving In 
I Want What She’s Got 
We All Fall Down 

Rainbow Connection from the The Muppet Movie  (  

And of co...

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Mr Marble Mouth reads his reasons for creating a bunker in the Archives and then goes to Costco for last minute apocalypse supplies while sharing the original episode 91 where Jesse pleads his case for Ian to listen to remastered versions of Toto and the original debut album of  Armored Saint. 
In this episode: 
Africa by Toto ( 
Hold the Line by Toto (https://mu...

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Mr Marble Mouth undergoes hypnotherapy to try and understand his strange attraction to UFO's.  While doing so he finds the original  Episode 53 deep within his troubled subconscious where Jesse shares his own fetish for the band UFO and the album The Best of UFO: Will the Last Man Standing (Turn Out the Light)( 

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Final episode for 2021, provides a recap of seasons 1 and 2 as well as 
The Ghost of Orion by My Dying Bride 
Featuring Tired of Tears 
No Shape by Perfume Genius 
Featuring Slip Away 
Digging Deep by Robert Plant 
Featuring Rainbow 
Are Yo...
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Merry Christmas 2021! 
From the archives we found the original episode 59 and its bonus content. 
Rammstein' s album Ramstein( 
featuring : Deutshland
Also featuring   
Du Hast (   
Feuer Frei (   

Steve Jone's album Merc...

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Rescued by a passing Japanese cruise ship Jesse shares this classic episode about a Japanese band Loudness and their two albums
Metal Mad (
King of Pain(

Featuring the songs Metal Mad and King of Pain of course.
Crazy Nights by Loudness (

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Stranded on a an island somewhere in the Atlantic a desperate recording is made and thrown out to sea.  Found by a small Eurasian boy off the coast of Newfoundland and digitally restored.
It contains the original episode 75 which had Jesse's top 10 albums of 2019 plus a few others.

#10 - Sheer Mag -  A distant Call
Steel Sharpens Steel - to start? Or Cold Sword

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Come fly the not so friendly skies with Jesse as he broadcasts to a captive airplane audience and shares his love for Ex Hex and their albums
It's Real (
Rips (

Featuring the songs
Don't wanna lose, Tough Enough, Waterfall and Talk to me.

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Welcome to another exciting episode of the Iancast.  
When we last left our hero Mr MarbleMouth, he had just escaped the digital pornographic prison created by the evil AI entity Brian.  Through a digital back door Mr MarbleMouth found himself deep in the Iancast Archives.  
But he wasn’t alone. 
No, because of Brian’s devious plans and the proliferation of free granny porn across the internet Mr MarbleMouth now found himself in a lif...

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While Mr. Marble Mouth battles the evil AI Brian and his own digital copies deep within the archives, Jesse addresses some fan mail and then introduces Ian to Bewitcher and their album Cursed Be Thy Kingdom ( 
Featuring the songs Electric Phantoms and Sign of the Wolf.   

This audacious dish is then followed by a palate cleansing intro to the band The Georgia Satell...

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Safely downloaded to Jesse's computer, Mr Marblemouth finds a secret backdoor and the original Episode 18 where Jesse waxes poetic on System Of A Down's two albums (which should have just been one double album in Jesse's opinion):
Featuring the songs B.Y.O.B. and Cigaro
Featuring the son...

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While Mr Marble Mouth is digitized against his will and attached to some granny porn by the malevolent AI program Brian,   Jesse fawns over the re-mastered and re-issued Black Sabbath albums
Heave And Hell (
Featuring the song Neon Nights
The Mob Rules(
Featuring the songs The Sign of th...

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Out of his isolation chamber and not alone, Jesse introduces Ian to the  the Trash Brats' self titled album The Trash Brats ( and re-introduces Ian to Lucero and their latest album When You Found Me ( 
Featuring the Trash Brat songs 
I don't wanna dance and Wider the View 

and the Lucero songs 
Good as Gone an...

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Splash down and isolation.  Back from Mars, in a heap of trouble and unable to walk without turning into a puddle of goo Jesse still manages to deliver his thoughts on The Hold Steady and their two albums 
Separation Sunday
featuring the song Banging Camp
Heaven is Whenever
featuring the song S...

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Doing his best Kylo Ren impersonation and while doing a high g burn in a return capsule from Mars, Jesse shares his thoughts, love and oxygen for The Beths and Bloodlights. 
Two completely different bands both from the same planet.   
Featuring the The Beths’ album  
Jump Rope Gazers  
And the songs I’m Not Getting Excited & Dying to Believe  

And the self titled album...

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In this episode Jesse shows us the true path to inner peace and great bliss and other slow cooker recipes.
He also talks about the Fine Young Cannibals re-released 2nd album the Raw and The Cooked (
The Dirty Nil's latest album F*** Art (  

Featured songs:
She Drives Me Crazy and Good Thing by...

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What could go wrong in the last week of 2020?  Better not to ask.
In this very merry episode Jesse talks about nothing related to Christmas.
Instead, he talks about Ace Frehley's 2020 album Origins Vol 2
Dungeon Weed's 2020 album Mind Palace of the Mushroom God

Songs featured in this...

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From the VIP room at a Goth Metal nightclub back in 2018, Jesse D shares some love for the band Type O Negative and their album October Rust.

Featuring the songs Cinnamon Girl, My Girlfriends Girlfriend and Love You To Death.

Also featuring Summer Breeze from their album Bloody Kisses

(no eyeliner...

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