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Nialler9 Podcast #106: Sufjan faces spiritual and societal struggles

Nialler9 Podcast #106: Sufjan faces spiritual and societal struggles

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Episode 106 of the Nialler9 Podcast finds Niall and Andrea recording on a Friday morning for the first time ever, what a novelty!

We review the ultra-long electronic hymnal album from Sufjan Stevens, discuss Autumn a lot and enthuse about Keanu Reeves classic film Speed.

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Running Order:


Reasons To Be Cheerful

SAULT’s excellent new album

Andrea puts up her Hallowen decorations – this is not a joke.


Album of the week

Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension

Sufjan’s eighth studio album of electronic orchestral hymns is 80 minutes long and has a lot to take in. We take many deep breathes and dive in.


Songs of the week

  • Soda Blonde – Love Me World
  • Fleet Foxes – Wading In High Water
  • CMAT –  I wanna Be a Cowboy Baby
  • Magdelena Bay – WOWW

Any Other Business?

Watching:

Speed

Twister

Ghost

The Social Dilemma

Reading:

Caitlin Moran – More Than A Woman

Jane Fonda – What Can I Do?

Listening:

See Also

Submarine Soundtrack

Tape Notes Podcast


Closing track:


CMAT –  I wanna Be a Cowboy Baby


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