The encyclopedic, comprehensive subpodcast about America's favorite non-Canadian (technically) rock band is back, with your hosts Little and Little! Today they fiercely debate Neon Bible, as well as discuss Chance The Rapper, the films of Guy Ritchie, the merits of the mid-aughts-era athiest aesthetic, Stamps.com, and more! Plus Zac counts down his top ten Arcade Fire songs, and they're not quite as alienating and hipster-y as you'd assume! Ready to start? OK, well push play, then!
The last few episodes have had a lot of conversation and not a lot of solo Zac chatter. This episode is the opposite of that. It's kind of just one big closing monologue for this current batch of episodes, a.k.a Season 2.5. It covers a lot of ground, including:
Mad Men, David Rees, Experimental French writers, books about 90s screenwriters, the internet, videogames, knowing someone versus understanding them, Chopped, Roald Dahl, and more.
It features music from Cat Power, Devendra Banhart and Drake, as well as a clip from The West Wing Weekly which itself includes a clip from The West Wing [Inception horn noise]. It features the voices of Max Wallace and Jake McKay.
Come back next week for a two-hour episode of "Are Ye Talkin' Arcade Fire In May?"