Ep. 79 – The 2017 Oscars

I know it’s been a couple of months, but Brendan and I thought it was imperative that we talk about tonight’s Oscars. After all, our very first episode was also about the Oscars. Here we talk about the inevitability of La La Land winning best picture, how Moonlight is too small of a movie to win such honors and other such fun things.

The episode opens with Drab Majesty’s “Too Soon to Tell” and ends with Ohm’s “Uppercut.”

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Ep. 78 – Happy 2017!

It’s the New Year, and somehow, inexplicably, Brendan and I survived. In this episode we talk about our Christmas vacation getaways, Moonlight, whether snakes poop, our “resolutions” and other assorted nonsense.

The podcast opens with Kanga’s “Vital Signs” and ends with Solve’s “What Remains.”

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Ep. 77 – The Election Day Postmortem

We recorded this on Sunday, and you can still hear the shock of the election in our voices as we try to come to terms of where we are right now, what we need to do in the future and our general complaints. After all, what would a B&J Podcast episode be without our complaints?

We open with Leonard Cohen’s “Everybody Knows” and end with Skinny Puppy’s “Assimilate.”

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Ep. 75 – Nearing the End?

It’s been a month or so, and here’s the new episode. We start this out by talking about whether or not we’re going to end this podcast. Rather than talk about this in private, we decided to have a marriage counseling session in the open. We also talk about: the hell of living with writer’s bloc, how fucking stupid this presidential election is, Brian Wilson making “pet sounds” into a mic, Old-chella, smoking and our suicide pact.

The podcast opens with “Happy” by Mitski and “Goodnight” by Pleasure Forever.

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Ep. 74 – An Orgy of Voices

On this new episode we have visitors: Yuko and Rick! We talk about why it’s taken us several weeks to do this, Batman v. Superman, our resurrected drink of the day, WWE, Jian Ghomeshi, American Horror Story and American Crime Story, Brendan confirms he’s not illiterate and some good ole Long Island bashing.

We open the podcast with Dillinger Escape Plan’s cover of Aphex Twin’s “Come To Daddy” performed with Mike Patton and ended with Milemarker’s “Sex Jams Two: Insect Incest.”

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Ep. 73 – The Brendan Coughing Episode

Sorry. Brendan is still getting over a touch of the flu, so you can hear him coughing through the whole fucking episode. I swear, if he got me sick, I’ll fucking kill him. In this episode we talk about Nine Inch Nails, Shoah and the Holocaust, OJ Simpson, P-22 and the dead koala from the LA Zoo, underground backgammon gambling rings, smoking cigarettes, my expletive-laden diatribe against Hillary Clinton and the Reagans.

The episode opens with PIG’s (aka Raymond Watt’s) cover of Nine Inch Nails’s “Head Like a Hole” and ends with Ruby’s “Flippin’ Tha Bird (Ceasefire Mix).”

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Ep. 72 – The 2010 BJs!

Here it is at long last, our ode to the films of 2010. Most of it was quite shitty, to be honest, but we found some that we liked.

Brendan’s 2010 List

5. Inception
4. Monsters
3. n/a
2. Dogtooth
1. Carlos

Jimmy’s 2010 List

5. Heartbeats (Les Amours Imaginaires)
4. Dogtooth
3. Kaboom
2. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
1. Trash Humpers

The podcast opens with Deerhoof’s “Milk Man” as heard on The Kids Are Alright and ends with Duran Duran’s “The Chauffeur” as heard on Greenberg.

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Ep. 71 – Love Love Love!!!!!!!

In this episode we mostly have a cynicism-free conversation about Valentine’s Day. It opens with Mesh’s “It Scares Me” and ends with Depeche Mode’s “Shake the Disease.” We talk about our Valentine’s Day plans, Gaspar Noe’s Love, Moby Dick, the presidential election, American Crime Story and more.

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Ep. 70 – Jimmy Is a Whore

Here’s the new episode which starts up with Massive Attack’s “Take It There” and ends with PJ Harvey’s “The Wheel.” We talk about my whoring myself out literally to go to Barcelona for the Primavera Festival, rosebud cylinders, Jimmy-hog Day, the new episodes of The X-Files, Kanye West’s asshole, why I can’t deal with Twitter anymore, straight guys and their buttholes, Amy, Brendan playing tons of video games while his wifey has been away, stupid beards and more.

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Ep. 69 – The Way To Succeed and The Way To Suck Eggs

Now that Sickie McGee (aka Brendan) has gotten better, we decided to record another one of these. We talked about old bands releasing new music this year, we talked about Sicario and we couldn’t help but putting down The Revenant again. God. What a fucking awful movie.

The episode started with Autolux’s “Future Perfect” and ends with a string quartet version of Björk’s “Hyperballad.”

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