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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Brewed.

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Description

Twice a month we reminisce on an old album, review a new one, sit down with a guest and borrow an album from them, and then open a cold one and chat.

Customer Reviews

Entertaining and Insightful

Andrew, Nick & co. really mesh well together as both entertainers and critics, in my opinion. The selection of music that is discussed is varied and interesting, prompting me to listen to music I otherwise never would have for the first time (Just today I listened through Ben Folds - "Rockin' the Suburbs" for the first time and thought it was really enjoyable).

Definitely listen and give a shot, these guys and their guests are great.

Something awesome to listen to!

Long time listener, first time commenter- these guys are great and definitely have good stuff to say. The format for this show is unique, the musical tastes are killer, and the goofs are tasteful. Definitely worth a listen, and I can't wait to hear more out of these two!

This is a podcast you can listen to

its a good podcast. ive been on it before and i recommend you at least listen to any episode im on

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Brewed.
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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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