Streaming Hellscape w/ Liz Pelly & Thelma


Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug and Jordan talk to Baffler columnist Liz Pelly about our new future where everything is free but nobody gets paid. Appropriately and at Liz’s request, Doug covers Gillian Welch’s modern classic “Everything Is Free” and premieres his new song “Los Angeles” which is about convincing yourself that if you move to LA it will solve all your New York problems, or whatever. Additional music from the truly fantastic Thelma.

This is a fun but weird one! Listen and watch out for Jordan who was clearly on the verge of a nervous breakdown when we were taping!

Check out Liz Pelly online (websiteBaffler articlesTwitter /
Instagram) and Thelma too! (BandcampFacebookTwitterInstagram)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme From Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
2:51 “Los Angeles” by Dougie Poole
8:14 “Laptop” by Dougie Poole
11:17 Jordan does a really bad job with the intro to the show
13:20 Liz Pelly Reads reads segment from “The Problem with Muzak”
18:00 conversation between Doug, Jordan and Liz
34:21 “Everything Is Free” by Gillian Welch cover by Dougie Poole
41:14 “No Dancing Allowed” by Thelma
45:26 “Stranger Love” by Thelma
50:30 “Orlando” by Thelma
54:04 “Sway” by Thelma
57:37 “Chosen Ones” by Thelma

reference guide
“Laptop” by Dougie Poole
“The Problem with Muzak” by Liz Pelly
“Jude Law and a Semester Abroad” by Brand New
“Country Grammar” by Nelly
“Unfree Agents” by Liz Pelly
“Everything Is Free” by Gillian Welch

The Bush Years w/ Eve Peyser & Crosslegged

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug and Jordan talk to VICE columnist Eve Peyser about coming of age in the Bush Era, the banal appeal of Jimmy Fallon, and humor under Trump. Doug covers his favorite Dixie Chicks songs and premieres his new song “These Drugs Aren’t Working” from his upcoming LP. Additional music from Brooklyn’s Crosslegged!

Check out Eve Peyser online (websiteVICE articles / Twitter / Instagram) and Crosslegged too! (Bandcamp / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme From Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
2:32 “Less Young But As Dumb” by Dougie Poole
8:35 “Goodbye Early” by Dixie Chicks cover by Dougie Poole
12:15 Jordan begins talking about a movie it turns out Doug hasn’t seen.
15:33 Eve Peyser reads “The ‘Freedom Fries’ Congressman Is Now an Anti-War Crusader”
24:10 conversation between Doug, Jordan and Eve
42:33 “If I Fall” by Dixie Chicks cover by Dougie Poole
45:54 “These Drugs Aren’t Working” by Dougie Poole
50:45 “He Don’t Call” by Crosslegged
54:12 “Untitled” by Crosslegged
57:48 “Fonder” by Crosslegged
1:02:30 “Sunbeam” by Crosslegged

reference guide
“Less Young But As Dumb” by Dougie Poole
“Goodbye Earl” by Dixie Chicks
Dixies Chicks: Shut Up and Sing
“The ‘Freedom Fries’ Congressman Is Now an Anti-War Crusader” by Eve Peyser
“If I Fall You’re Going Down with Me” by Dixie Chicks
“Fonder” by Crosslegged
“Sunbeam” by Crosslegged