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Nialler9 Podcast: Run The Jewels are the soundtrack to the trash fire of the world

Nialler9 Podcast: Run The Jewels are the soundtrack to the trash fire of the world

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Episode 94 of the Nialler9 podcast and we’re mostly about RTJ4 along with discussion about Black Lives Matter, representation and perception of Black Irish voices, and the End Direct Provision movement.

New songs from Leon Bridges, MuRli, Roosevelt and His Holiness The Dalai Lama and a frank recommend for the Beethoven movie. Yep, the one about the St. Bernard dog.

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Discussed:

News:

Black Lives Matter, Black Irish voices and the End Direct Provision movement.

Check out the Modern Problem podcast for background on DP.

Reasons To Be Cheerful

Album of the week

Run The Jewels – RTJ4

The Anarchic dystopian rap duo El-P and Killer Mike are back with RTJ4, their shortest album since their debut.

Songs of the week

  • MuRLi – Til The Wheels Come Off
  • Leon Bridges and Terrace Martin – Sweeter
  • Roosevelt – Sign
  • Ellie Bleach – He Bought Me Nikes

Any Other Business?

Ozark Season 3

Kiki’s Delivery Service

Princess Mononoke

Beethoven Movie (1992)

See Also

Closing track: UD – Laundry

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