Life to Labyrinth
Greta Van Fleet - From The Fires

Greta Van Fleet - From The Fires

May 13, 2022

On this episode we listened to three bothers and another guy throw it down Frankenmuth-style, it's Greta Van Fleet with their album from 2017, From the Fires! Marvel as we talk about how they aren't Led Zeppelin; how Bryn is a music gear nerd, and Angie fills us in on how she fills out a SPANX

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Silk Sonic - An Evening with Silk Sonic

Silk Sonic - An Evening with Silk Sonic

April 22, 2022

On this, our fifty first episode we are taking a listen to another of Emily's picks, An Evening with Silk Sonic from 2021. A strong album featuring Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, with Bootsy Collins... but can they bring in both the noise and the funk?

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Jacob Collier - Djesse Vol. 3

Jacob Collier - Djesse Vol. 3

April 9, 2022

For our 50th episode we've stretched ourselves way out of our comfort zones with Bryn's pick of Jacob Collier's 2020 release, Djesse Vol. 3. Not only did we learn that it's the piano that's out of tune, but we'd need to know a lot more about music theory to scratch the surface on what he's doing. Needless to say, Angie had some feelings on this...

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Gin Wigmore - Gravel & Wine

Gin Wigmore - Gravel & Wine

March 25, 2022

On this episode we listen to one of Angie's picks that she took right out of a Heineken beer commercial, she thinks....Gin Wigmore's 2011 album Gravel & Wine. This New Zealand artist has a voice as powerful as the landscapes of her home country, although these days you can find her in Palm Springs running a hotel, and hopefully destroying on karaoke night in the hotel's lounge, but that's just us dreaming.

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Broken Bells - After the Disco

Broken Bells - After the Disco

March 11, 2022

Emily comes back to join Angie and Bryn as we establish our new normal with the three of us, and brings her first album choice to the pod with Broken Bells' 2014 sophomore album, After the Disco. We all agreed it was a strong start to her suggestions and despite wandering into tangents, many of which ended up on the cutting room floor, we found lots to discuss about this band.

 

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The Prettiots - Funs Cool

The Prettiots - Funs Cool

February 25, 2022

We kick off Season 3 officially with our new host Emily who last joined Bryn and Angie on our Rocky Horror Picture Show Episode. This week we were listening to the 2016 album Funs Cool by The Prettiots. A one album band that seems to have come and gone too quickly. Will their sweet ukulele jams, tongue in cheek attitude and pointed lyrics be enough to win us over?

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MuchMusic - Big Shiny Tunes 2&3

MuchMusic - Big Shiny Tunes 2&3

January 7, 2022

After talking about how they wanted to revisit these albums since the podcast started, Bryn and Angie have finally let themselves listen to the Canadian phenomenon that was the Big Shiny Tunes compilations. Focusing on the two most important in their lives they've gone with #2 and #3 from 1997 and 1998 respectively. 

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Jim Henson‘s - Labyrinth

Jim Henson‘s - Labyrinth

December 21, 2021

In this episode we really expose how far in advance we record episodes vs when we release them. In September 2021, for our first anniversary as a podcast we closed out our musical reviews with the 1986 movie Labyrinth. Staring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly we look at this crazy Jim Henson movie and discuss the bizarre David Bowie soundtrack....you know when we weren't getting sidetracked by the prominent Bowie Bulge

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Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

November 19, 2021

On this episode we come in under our usual time due to technical issues when we were recording, but we were so excited to talk about 1971's Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory that we pushed on and tried to still salvage an episode out of it. We figured it's a bizarre movie with weird music and this bizarro episode is probably suitable. I SAID GOOD DAY!

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Peter Pan

Peter Pan

November 4, 2021

For this episode we took it way back to 1960 for the TV broadcast of the 1954 musical of the story of Peter Pan, Staring Mary Martin and Cyril Ritchard. Bryn and Angie reflect on how despite this being the most low budget production they've ever seen, everyone they spoke to over the week had absolutely seen it.

Clap for Tinker Bell so she knows you believe in fairies, and doesn't die...clap! don't let Tink die! CLAP!! CLAP!!!

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