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The Week That Was: Much Bourbon, Much Beyond, All Louisville


Someone take Patrick's keys. Please.

Monday Oct. 7 - Patrick drives to Bourbon and Beyond by way of Columbus and Cincinnati. You just have to hear the excitement in his voice. 
Tuesday Oct. 8 -  On the ground at Bourbon and Beyond, Patrick checks in with Adam Coop for Friday recap and learns about why corn = bourbon. 
Wednesday Oct. 9 -  Backstage at B & B in Louisville, Patrick chats with the amazing Maggie Rose over glasses of, yep, you guessed it, bourbon.
Thursday Oct. 10 - The wonderful Scott Boyken and our new friend Billy McNeill wrap up Saturday action at the festival and peek ahead to Sunday. True music fan perspectives are the best perspectives. 
Friday Oct. 11 - Patrick drives home from Bourbon and Beyond by way of a lot of Welcome Centers and truck stops. You just have to hear the sadness in his voice. 
One of these people is a living legend. The other is Berry Gordy.

On Deck: Mr. Jim Goes to Detroit, New Music and Meet Jesse Dayton 

 
While Patrick did Louisville, Jim was at an amazing music event in the Motor City. And you're gonna like this Jesse Dayton guy. He's good people, peoples. 

Monday Oct. 14 - Jim goes to Detroit and rubs elbows with the masters.  
Tuesday Oct. 15 - Got around to it a bit late this month, but here's Jim on new music he discovered in September. 
Wednesday Oct. 16 - Patrick steps up to the spot with his September picks. 
Thursday Oct. 17 - Part one of a great chat we had with the amazing singer, composer, badass DJ and all-around cool dude Jesse Dayton.  
Friday Oct. 18 - Part two of the Jesse chat, from backstage at the City Winery DC, a place that seems too nice for our hosts, no offense guys. 

   Suburbs Pod Shoutout Corner©


     Let's shout it out to those Washington Mystics! 2019 WNBA champs!! It was a battle this season, but they got it done!!!

Wayback Machine: All Jesse, all the Time 


To get you ready for our chat with Jesse Dayton, here's another Jesse for you. Jackson, that is. We even threw in a Scott Parks and Justin Steiner free of charge. Now that's some good weekend listening!

What We're Listening To:



 

Suburbs Pod Guests On Tour, Oct. 11-27


Step one: Go to Rocktober shows. Step two: Send us concert reports. Step three: Enjoy. 


Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires (episode 389

Oct. 11 - Philadelphia PA - Boot & Saddle
Oct. 12 - Stephens City VA - Fredericksburg All Ages
Oct. 13 - Washington DC - Comet Ping Pong
Oct. 14 - Baltimore MD - Joe Squared
Oct. 15 - Morgantown WV - 123 Pleasant Street
Oct. 16 - Richmond VA - Wonderland
Oct. 17 - Durham NC - The Pinhook
Oct. 18 - Atlanta GA - The Earl
Oct. 19 - Birmingham AL - The Nick

Cory Branan (episode 248)

Oct. 12 - Toronto ON - Dakota Tavern

Jesse Dayton (next week on “Rockin’ the Suburbs”)

Oct. 11 - Nashville TN - The Basement
Oct 12 - Memphis TN - Railgarten
Oct. 17 - Wimberley TX - Wimberley United Methodist Church
Oct. 24 - Austin TX - Horton’s Continental Hayride

Diet Cig (episode 302)

Oct. 12 - Brooklyn NY - Elsewhere

Dot Dash (episode 492)

Oct. 19 - Frederick MD - Sky Stage (opening for Miss Lonelyheart)

Fishbone (episode 628)

Oct. 12 - Sacramento CA - Aftershock Festival
Oct. 26 - Huntington Beach CA - SeaLegs at the Beach

Matt Holubowski (episode 437

Oct. 26 - Joliette QC - Salle Roland-Brunelle

Maggie Rose (episode 703

Oct. 11 - Alpharetta GA - Wire & Wood Music Festival (free show)
Oct. 18 - Oxford MS - Proud Larry’s
Oct. 19 - Memphis TN - The Bluff

Tommy Stinson (episode 110)

Oct. 15 - Minneapolis MN - 7th St. Entry
Oct. 17 - Madison WI - Kiki’s House of Righteous Music
Oct. 18 - Green Bay WI - Lyric Room
Oct. 19 - Chicago IL - LiveWire Lounge
 

White Reaper (episode 399)

Oct. 11 - Vancouver BC - Biltmore Cabaret
Oct. 13 - Portland OR - Doug Fir Lounge
Oct. 15 - Sacramento CA - Holy Diver
Oct. 16 - Berkely CA - Cornerstone Craft Beer
Oct. 17 - Felton CA - Felton Music Hall
Oct. 19 - Los Angeles CA - Teragram Ballroom
Oct. 20 - Phoenix AZ - Valley Bar
Oct. 22 - Austin TX - Barracuda
Oct. 23 - Dallas TX - Deep Ellum Art Co.
Oct. 24 - Memphis TN - The Hi Tone
Oct. 26 - Gainesville FL - High Dive
Oct. 27 - Atlanta GA - Masquerade (Hell)

The Reason you Read This to the Bottom: New Release Friday Madness!


Pack up the fam and get down to Licorice Pizza before these platters get cold.

Art Alexis - Sun Songs (BMG)

The frontman for ‘90s bouncy alternative band Everclear releases his first solo album. It features a more stripped-down sound. He can’t be everything to everyone.

Babymetal - Metal Galaxy (Cooking Vinyl)

This Japanese band’s third album features hot guitar riffs sometimes set against spacey synths. If it sounds like you’re immersed in an intense video game, well, that’s probably the intent.

Big Thief - Two Hands (4AD)

Wait, didn’t this superb indie band just put out an album in May? Guess they’re not content to just appear on the year-end best-of lists; they want to dominate them.

Bodega - Shiny New Model (What’s Your Rupture)

This New York band practices a poppy version of post-punk that’s so infectious that you just might want to keep this cassette in your Walkman all autumn long.

Elbow - Giants of All Sizes (Polydor/Verve)

On their eighth album, this British proggy alternative band sounds like early Peter Gabriel. The sound is moody but rather uplifting; not an easy trick to pull off.

Kim Gordon - No Home Record (Matador)

It’s been eight years since legendary indie band Sonic Youth fell apart. And so did Gordon’s marriage to Thurston Moore. At last, she has recorded a solo album, and it’s every bit as artsy and angsty as you’d expect.

Starcrawler - Devour You (Rough Trade)

How many times have we heard that rock ’n’ roll is dead? Kids don’t play loud guitars anymore, we are told. On their second album, Los Angeles’ Starcrawler says F you to that.

Wale - Wow … That’s Crazy (Warner)

Known as an expert lyricist, this Washington DC rapper also creates sonicscapes that envelope the listener. Smart, soulful hip-hop — that’s not crazy; that’s Wale.

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