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New Reviews

Gord Downie - Away Is Mine

Though Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip reportedly worked on several albums of solo material before his death in the fall of 2017, Away Is Mine was the last. …

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Elvis Costello - Hey Clockface

Joined by guitar wizards Bill Frisell and Nels Cline on his thirty-first outing Hey Clockface, Elvis Costello bounces around differing styles and moods …

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New 90s Episode

Triple Fast Action - Cattlemen Don’t

We're joined by members of Triplefastaction and some special guests for a deep dive on the reissue of their 1997 sophomore Cattlemen Don't

Way back in season number one of Dig Me Out we were joined by an old friend (Chip Midnight, who would become a frequent guest on the show) to discuss one of his favorite bands and albums, the 1996 album Broadcaster by Triplefastaction. During that episode we talked about eventually revisiting the second and final album by the band, 1997's Cattlemen Don't. While we predicted it would be five thousand episodes later, it only ending up being five hundred episodes later, as we are joined by Brian and Kevin from the band, along with producer John Agnello popping in for a bit, to revisit the record and discuss the just-announced double LP vinyl reissue on Chicago's Forge Again Records. From the label, Justin Wexler joins us to share the in's and out's of how a vinyl reissue happens, and of course, our old friend Chip is back to share stories and more with the group. Special Guests: Chip Midnight - Music Journalist, John Agnello - Producer, Mixer, Engineer, Brian St. Clair - Drummer, Triplefastaction And Local H, Kevin Tihista - Bassist, Triplefastaction And Veruca Salt, Justin Wexler - Owner, Forge Again Records

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New Releases

The Nels Cline Singers - Share The Wealth

Third solo album from Wilco guitarist.

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AC/DC - POWER UP

Produced by Brendan O'Brien, marks the return of vocalist Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd and bassist Cliff Williams.

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Lambchop - TRIP

All of covers from long running Nashville indie-rock band.

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Robin Turner and Paul Kelly - Believe In Magic: 30 Years of Heavenly Recordings

Thirty Years Of Heavenly Recordings Celebrated In A Book.

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Coming soon on Dig Me Out

90s Album Review - November 2020

We’ve pulled 9 listener suggested albums from the hopper and need your help picking one to feature in an upcoming episode of Dig Me Out.

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