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Great podcast for anyone interested in 90s indie rock. A sure way to discover both forgotten favourites and new musical discoveries alike, Dig Me Out certainly scratches a certain sonic itch. With its two hosts who have a knowledgeable background in the genre and the occasional special guest, this will have you scouring iTunes, record shops and even your dust covered record collections for albums you've long forgotten you ever loved. Essential listening for those invested in 90s alternative music nostalgia.
This is a pretty cool set up with 2 dudes reviewing 90’s albums that have been requested. Poignant point of view podcast in a time where albums don’t seem to matter that much anymore in the music biz. It is sure nice to sit back and reminisce with these guys. Just listened to Hoodoo Gurus - Crank episode because the Gurus are one of my favourite groups. Would love to request an episode on Hunters and Collectors (band) - Cut (album) Another awesome Australian rock band thought of in the same royalty as Midnight Oil, INXS, Crowded House, Men At Work and the Hoodoo Gurus Great job guys! You have blown my cool!
Great job on the Australian Music scene in the 90s. Melbourne was truly alive in the early 80s right through to the early 90s. It was good be alive and see the rawest of bands, seeing X, Shower scene from Psycho, the Beasts, Blue Ruin, Tellers, Lime Spiders. I feel so blessed and fortunate. A truly golden period. There was something romantic about the Espy and the Wale and generally St Kilda and Fitzroy. It's a pity we suffer from some form of inferiority complex. We have the best bands in the world here. I concur with your guests.