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The Vinyl Me Please Podcast

By Tyler Barstow

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Description

Vinyl Me, Please co-founder Tyler is out to find the best stories, albums, and artists in music and tell you all about them here. He enlists artists, music nerds, and other people in the know along the way to make sure you leave every episode with a healthy dose of brain food, new music to listen to, and a few things to laugh about as you plummet into the void with the rest of us.

Customer Reviews

Like

Tyler and his guests seem super nice, and are clearly very knowledgeable on the subject matter of music, but the excessive use of the word ‘like’ makes this podcast unlistenable for me, sadly. I’m a VMP member and would love to hear in-depth discussions on why albums are being chosen, etc. Just need to bring down the ‘like’ about 60% and I think I’ll give it another try.

skip it

Less insufferable banter. More research and analysis. Check out Dissect or Song Exploder instead.

Unfortunate

I really wanted to like this podcast based on the service and the topics chosen to discuss. UNFORTUNATELY, this is actually unlistenable due to the host and the guests they have on. I just can't get passed the host using "like" every 5 seconds! It drives me crazy.

Not sure how old they are, but they speak from a viewpoint of someone in there early to mid twenties that doesn't know anything yet about the world we live in. I actually tried to give it another chance for the Arcade Fire episode and it was laughable.

It was obvious that they could not speak objectively about the body of work because of their own insecurities about who they might be. And, this band that they want so desperately to be associated with, is poking fun at who they know they are.

The Vinyl Me Please Podcast
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  • Free
  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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