AudioHammock releases bi-weekly Podcasts to keep you up to date on the latest news, albums, and tours concerning music you like. We also feature a ton of new music, primarily from the Pacific Northwest. Podcasts are released and archived below. Android users can can subscribe via Stitcher, BeyondPod, or any other RSS feed podcast device. You can also find us on iTunes.Take AudioHammock on the go!
Join Declan, Dylan, and Russ as they check out music from singer/songwriter Zachary Cale and experimental electronic collective Den Sorte Skole.
Fuzz II is out and Declan, Russ, and Dylan gush over the talents of Ty Segall and give their first impressions of the new album. Also, the gents analyze
the Levitation Festival lineup down in Austin.
This week Declan, Dylan, and Russ sit down, feature, and talk about the new Wand album 1000 Days (it's good) and Dylan recaps his
escapades from the Washington D.C. Landmark Festival.
Album Review: Wand - 1000 Days | 9.0/10
Russ heads out to the bar for a conversation with friend Mason McCroskey who also happens to be in a kickass band called The Maple Bars. The Maple Bar's newest album, entitled David Daniel Crocker is an expansive rocker for the ages and you'll learn about it here.
Adrian and Russ review and feature the new album from U.S. Girls and preview the Fun Fun Fun Fest lineup down in Austin.
Join Anthony, Bryan, and Adrian as they dissect the new albums by Beach House, Tame Impala, Panda Bear, and The White Buffalo.
Also, new music by PNW artist Bart Budwig!
Learn more about Burt Budwig at his official site .
Dylan and Russ explore the Landmark Festival lineup and review albums by Beirut, Kurt Vile, and Foals. Background music is "Drops of H20" by J.Lang.
Anthony and Russ return victorious from What the Festival ?! to share tales of good tunes and good times.
Don't forget to check out our WTF 2015 ?! Recap and Photo Gallery as well!
Anthony and Russ are amped up for What The Festival. Music from Odesza, Griz, Fort Knox Five, and more!
The AudioHammock team assembles for one final discussion on the best albums from 1990-1999. Radiohead, Wu-tang Clan, Alice In Chains, Pavement,
Tom Waits, Blur, Magnetic Fields, Smashing Pumpkins and more. Opening track is "60s Quiz Show" by Podington Bear.
Listen to AudioHammock staff members decide on which albums to call the best of the '90s. Round table discussion part one. Also features some chill tunes from electronic artist Little Glass Men.
The gang assembles to talk about the new Tidal streaming music service, the effects of album leaks, and Dylan recounts the horrors of a recent benefit concert in Washington D.C.
Opening track is "Benson & Hedges" by Shadow Priest
The AH team looks back on the amazing month of music that was March. Discussions on Courtney Barnett, Sufjan Stevens, and more!
Opening track is "Portasoul" by State Shirt
Russ returns victorious from Boise to recount tales of epic proportions and share all the new music that the AudioHammock team discovered at the Treefort music festival.
Featuring music from Pert Near Sandstone, Desert Noises, Bed, Grandparents, Crystal Ghost, and The Soft White Sixties!
The guys get together to talk music in March. Russ reviews the new Modest Mouse, Bryan reviews Jessica Pratt. Also we preview the new Sufjan Stevens and Courtney Barnett albums. Other highlights include recent vinyl purchases, how much we all miss Jeff Buckley, and the AudioHammock team discovers Bryan still has a Myspace page.
Opening track: "Glass Harp" by dustmotes
Dylan and Russ discuss their initial thoughts on the Sasquatch Festival lineup. Russ reviews Jose Gonzalez, Dylan reviews Ghost Poet, and more. Featuring music from Dylonious.
Anthony, Dylan, and Russ preview the annual Treefort Music Festival down in Boise, Idaho.
Featuring music from Rubblebucket, Logan Hyde, Psychic Rites, Native America, Crystal Ghost, Obscured by the Sun, Sama Dams, Magic Sword, Polecat, Hobosexual, Unconditional Arms, Hollow Wood, and more! Our biggest episode yet. Make sure you check out our accompanying article here.
Russ interviews Alex Van Tuyl from indie folk band An American Forrest and the guys preview Bonnaroo, Coachella, Wakarusa, and Governor's Ball music festivals.
2014 Year in review. The guys are joined by Dylan Brown to discuss their most disappointing albums of the year before moving on to their favorite albums of the year. Highlights include Russ grabbing an acoustic guitar for a Mark Kozelek (Sun Kil Moon) impression, Dylan gushing about Wye Oak, Dylan and Russ love The War On Drugs, and Tony's take on the Mad Season reunion.