Austin’s Dexys Midnight Runners series continues with Part Three! In this episode, Austin continues with the band’s third album.
Here is part two of Austin’s five part series on Dexys Midnight Runners! This week, Austin details the album Too Rye Aye and the interesting history and line up change surrounding it.
And so begins Austin’s long awaited five part series on the albums of Denys Midnight Runners. In part one, Austin discusses the group’s first studio album, “Searching For The Young Soul Rebels”.
Austin’s back with Asleep At The Wheel’s new album “New Routes”!
Album Cuts is back with a vengeance! Ok, so not really, but Austin is back in the Swamp Studio giving you a fresh take on Neyla Pekarek (formerly of The Lumineers) and her debut solo album “Rattlesnake”!
Merry Christmas from the Album Cuts crew! To get Christmas started off right, Austin gives you his take on Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas!
Austin hosts a round table with friends Taylor Gentry, Zach King, and Braidon Buck to celebrate Album Cuts one year anniversary! Each guest picks an album to discuss, and Austin plays a few cuts here and there!
Austin’s in and out this week with a quick review on The Black Lillies’ Stranger to Me album!
Austin finishes up his thoughts on The Beach Boys’ classic “Pet Sounds”!
Austin’s feeling some good vibrations about The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, one of the most critically acclaimed rock albums of all time.