This week, The Deadbeat Club grabs their favorite vinyls and sits down in the lounge with their lo-fi album of choice: Cherry Peel by Of Montreal. We breakdown song by song, and look into the Beach Boy-esque aesthetic of this album from barbershop quartet feels to A+ instrumentation in B- songs. A lyrically complicated piece, sit down a listen as we fight for meaning on this episode of The Deadbeat Club podcast.
The Deadbeat Club returns to talk Camera Obscura’s 2009 album My Maudlin Career. We talk strings, whether or not they’re overused or overdone, the track by track breakdown, similarities of songs, folksy-ness vs country-ness, and much more on the exciting return of The Deadbeat Club! Give our iTunes some love.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Byte is doing a month long Byteing Question about the most iconic female characters and why they matter.
If you were to tell me four years ago that the Fire Emblem series would be making a comeback I wouldn’t have believed you.
Bethesda announced this morning, via a post on their website, its plans for the upcoming Fallout 4 DLC, including pricing.