James sits down with his dad David Acaster to talk about the Johnnie Frierson album Have You Been Good To Yourself. They chat about the records played in the house growing up, the musical game they played when James was young and the 2016 mixtape he made for his dad.
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Bonus Sounds: Anthony Fantano Explains Himself
42:00James delves deeper into the online music community with founder of The Needle Drop and gets him to explain why his WORST album of the decade came from 2016.
Sadia Azmat & Cheltenham Trip Hop
26:26James and Sadia discuss the 2016 album One Tusk by Moth Equals. But, will Sadia be impressed by the plethora of different influences and Bollywood samples?
Nathan Caton & old-school hip hop
28:06James breaks his own rules by picking a 2016 album which sounds "old-school", rapper Westside Gunn's debut Flygod. He discusses it with guest Nathan Caton, plus they delve into Nathan's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles obsession.
Sara Barron & retro indie-pop
28:41Sara Barron confesses to James that she has very questionable music taste but is left feeling very Parisian listening to Cate Le Bon’s Crab Day, an album about a fictional day.
Thanyia Moore & Rihanna's ANTI
28:09Thanyia Moore goes on a rollercoaster journey with Rihanna's most personal album yet, ANTI.
Jayde Adams & self-penned gospel
28:28Jayde reminisces life through 'lost album' Johnnie Frierson's Have You Been Good To Yourself which was found by a crate digger in a thrift store.
Bonus Sounds: James' dad - Johnnie Frierson - Have You Been Good To Yourself
26:06James sits down with his dad David Acaster to talk about the Johnnie Frierson album Have You Been Good To Yourself. They chat about the records played in the house growing up, the musical game they played when James was young and the 2016 mixtape he made for his dad.
Harriet Kemsley & Krip Hop
28:11Harriet Kemsley warms to Wheelchair Sports Camp's avant-garde rap album No Big Deal. The record features humorous and political lyrics from disabled rapper Kalyn Heffernan, who is part of the Krip-Hop movement which uses hip-hop as a means of expression for disabled artists.
Rhys Nicholson & gothic Americana
27:52Despite not expecting to like someone called Marissa, Rhys Nicholson enjoys a negroni while enjoying Marissa Nadler's dreamy gothic American folk album Strangers.
Charlie George & Kendrick Lamar's untitled unmastered.
24:49Charlie George is pushed out of her dad rock listening habits, and finds much to love in the lyrical imagery created by Kendrick Lamar, in his sort-of B side album untitled unmastered.