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1. Mike Nasty

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2. PMC 94: Brooklyn Brothers (Ryan O’Nan and Michael Weston)

PMC 94: Brooklyn Brothers (Ryan O’Nan and Michael Weston)

Brooklyn Brothers (actor/musicians Ryan O’Nan and Michael Weston, stars of the indie rock n’ roll road trip comedy “Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best”) stop by to chat with Cole and Vanessa about Choccywoccydoodah, Seth MacFarlane, saggy old vampires, John Hughes films, Green Day vs. the IHeartRadio festival, Portland’s potent brews, RPatz and KStew’s reconciliation, Steve [...]

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3. PMC 94: Brooklyn Brothers (Ryan O'Nan and Michael Weston)

PMC 94: Brooklyn Brothers (Ryan O'Nan and Michael Weston)

Brooklyn Brothers (actor/musicians Ryan O'Nan and Michael Weston, stars of the indie rock n' roll road trip comedy "Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best") stop by to chat with Cole and Vanessa about Choccywoccydoodah, Seth MacFarlane, saggy old vampires, John Hughes films, Green Day vs. the IHeartRadio festival, Portland's potent brews, RPatz and KStew's reconciliation, Steve Garvey, tandem flutists, poop rivers, playing music live, moonshiners, our terrible approximation of a "roaring crowd" noise, and Ryan's problem with ketchup and avocado.Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first movie soundtrack you can remember being obsessed with) on our website for a chance to win a comfy cozy Pop My Culture T-Shirt!

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7. kingpalmer100

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8. Loud feat. T'Juan x BigFil x Pastor Weston

Loud feat. T'Juan x BigFil x Pastor Weston

New record 'LOUD' from Duval's own T'Juan x BigFil x Pastor Weston.

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9. By A Thread

By A Thread

"13 all-new duets that carry the sting of authentic country classics. Just wonderful!" UnCut **** 4/5 “This is a great album. A finely crafted all original tribute to the classic country duet” The Guardian “King & Dalgleish brilliantly evoke the feuding spirit of George and Tammy'” Word “King and Dalgleish effortlessly earning their place in the role call of great country duettists” UnCut **** 4/5 "One of the most exquisitely pained American country albums of the year comes from this British couple" New York Daily News - Top Ten Album of the week “A baker's dozen of originals that sound like they came straight out of the June/Johnny-Emmylou/Gram-Nancy Sinatra/Lee Hazelwood catalogs. This is as authentic as anything out of Nashville or Texas...A batch of superb C&W corkers.” American Songwriter, USA **** 4/5 "Michael and Lou are a Johnny and June for our times" Manchester Evening News ****4/5 "Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the best British country record ever!” Duncan Warwick, Editor - Country Music People. “Without doubt the best British country album of the year, and one that would challenge anything from across the Atlantic too” Maverick *****5/5. Editors pick of the month “Every song could be mistaken for a classic Nashville standard. You could easily imagine it topping the country charts in the '50s or '60s;” Kai Roberts, Americana-uk.com ******** 8/10 "King's song revive the lost art of songsmiths like Harlan Howard & Merle Haggard" Manchester Evening News ****4/5 "Truly a great record" Chris Hillman (The Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers) “On such fiery and feisty offerings as 'You've Found Your Man', 'I Bought Some Roses' and 'Going Back To Memphis' the authenticity of these original compositions is astounding.“ No Depression *****5/5 “There are songs here George and Tammy would have wanted to record.” Country Music People, *****5/5 Album of the month. "These tales of love and loss sound like forgotten country classics” The Sun **** 4/5 "Lou has the most stunning voice. I LOVE it" Graham Norton (BBC Radio 2) "Dalgleish emulates the authority of Emmylou on the harmonies and packs the force of Patsy on her solos." Manchester Evening News ****4/5 “Deserving of a ranking among the great duet albums of our time” Whisperinandhollerin ********** 10/10 "If you ever identified with that twinge of pain while listening to Dolly Parton duets or June and Johnny Cash, you need to give My Darling Clementine a shot. A successful throwback in every single sense, even down to King's cornflower blue Safari Suit on the beautiful album cover. If How Do You Plead? is the question, fantastic is the answer." Glide Magazine, USA **** 4/5

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