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Completely Conspicuous 454: Top of the Pops

Completely Conspicuous 454: Top of the Pops

About the show

Part 3 of my conversation with guest Jay Breitling about our favorite indie rock of 2016. Show notes: - Breitling's #4 - Frankie Cosmos is fronted by Kevin Kline's daughter - Engaging pop record - Kumar's #4 - Very political album from Drive-By Truckers - Breitling's #3 - Classic C86-style guitar pop - Good advice: Don't pay the ferryman - Kumar's #3 - Another outstanding release from Jeff Rosenstock - Digs into Millennial angst - Breitling's #2 - Lambchop's new album isn't about the First Lady - First single is 18minutes long - Kumar's #2 - Iggy's last hurrah? - Josh Homme and friends provide backup - Breitling's #1 - Johnny Foreigner explore life's beauty and disappointments - Album came with a script - Kumar's #1 and Breitling's #6 - Bowie goes out on a high note - Put a lot of effort into the packaging - Explorations of mortality from a man who knew he was about to die - Looking forward to new albums in 2017: Cloud Nothings, Los Campesinos,

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