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We are beginning to look deeper into more unknown newer bands. On this segment we first break down Ultra Q. A band who’s leader comes from famous roots. Then we check in with Ghost Woman. This band has some real groove. Automatic is an all female group whose name derives from The Go-go’s debut album. Finally is Hath a recent performer at Milwaukee’s Metal Fest.
There hasn’t been a Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists joint strike since 1960. Do you know what’s going on in Hollywood with the SAG-AFTRA Strike? Guest blogger Quernzy gives a little insight on the tweets she feels best represent the Strike!
How does 25 years flies by on a classic? Thank you for tuning in as we break down the debut by System of A Down. Lot’s of classic tracks fill out this metal classic. Remembering the importance that the album had was a lot of fun. Please take a listen and let me know what your favorite track off System Of A Down’s Debut was!
Steely Dan are about as smooth as they come. With their album AJA, this was never more certain. I am joined with Stressfreehon to break down a classic by Steely Dan. will talk about why we enjoy this album and all the little amazing things that went inside the making. Thank you for letting us be your Hookup!
Queens Of The Stone Age are back with a brand new album, In Times New Roman. Take a listen to see what we think as we break down all 10 tracks on the band’s 8th album. As we go in depth on the album we also look a little deeper per usual at what’s just under the double groove.
Here on the HOOKUP we are always looking for great albums that make us feel good. One that always comes to thought is Outkast’s Aquemini. Bubbling with different soundscapes between all the different tracks is what we look for when looking deeper on a classic. Aquemini checks all the boxes of a great album.