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Podcast: The dignified doubt of Phoebe Bridgers

Podcast: The dignified doubt of Phoebe Bridgers


It’s Episode 95 of the Nialler9 Podcast and we are so used to remote recording. We review Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher, tell Andrea the news while she’s been on a social media break and discuss songs from Idles, Pillow Queens, Jafaris and NewDad.

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Additional funding for the Arts in Crisis

Unpacking what programme for government says about plans for Irish night-life

Reasons To Be Cheerful

Album of the week

Phoebe Bridgers – Punisher

The second album from the Los Angeles singer-songwriter cements a true talent. Punisher is a strong and confident album about being a person with ever present doubt. We discuss.

Songs of the week

  • IDLES – Grounds
  • Pillow Queens – Handsome Wife
  • New Dad – Cry
  • Jafaris – Glue

Any Other Business?


Studio Ghibli films

Nintendo Switch

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – The Mosaic of Transformation

Mad Max Fury Road

Closing track:

Coolgirl – Gaussian Blur

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