Looking for all the past episodes from ITSLATEAGAIN radio? Well look no further, because they’ve all been arranged tidily in one spot here for your listening and downloading pleasure!
– My first stab at podcasting, so it’s very rough. Still, some good tunes from Zap Mama, Ben Lee, Stars, Calexico and others. / Direct Link
– My second go, this time featuring my one and only ILA podcast competition! Features the Strokes, Minus the Bear, Gnarls Barkley and some old school New Kids on the Block. / Direct Link
– Fresh from a UN AIDS meeting in New York, I put together this somber, meditative little piece filled with Arcade Fire, Marvin Gaye, personal soliloquys and even more Zap! / Direct Link
– An ode to the less well-known gems of British rock, featuring Manic Street Preachers, Pulp, The Clash, Stereophonics and the Arctic Monkeys. / Direct Link
– Having moved into a maddeningly hot little rowhouse in DC, I put together this humorous effort at humor radio with Colonel Noah. Featuring my infamous Ching Chong story, “It’s Your Opinion:” the worst two-minute debate on global warming you’ve heard yet, Camille, the Zutons, Jorge Drexler, Lilly Allen and more. / Direct Link
– In ode to one of the greats of early 90s childrens television, DJ Vicious and I give a run-down of each of the planeteers, along with loosely-affiliated but always great tunes from Manu Chao,Jorge Bem Jor, Indochine, Xavier Rudd, Metric, Guillemots and the eternal Johnny Cash. / Direct Link
– Dedicated to the small but powerful Aussie community living around Washington, this bright little show features a stack of great new Australian artists, including Dapple Cities Fly, the Grates, Midnight Juggernauts, Hilltop Hoods, Gotye, Augie March, Little Birdy, and of course, this being an Aussie-expat podcast and all, a sprinkling of the Crowdies (Crowded House). / Direct link
– An ode to the Shaw neighborhood of Washington DC, where I lived for a year, this “podstory” features a series of vignettes from various characters living in Shaw, where rising gang violence clashes with increased gentrification, soundtracked by Royksopp, Fujiya and Miyagi, Bjork, Andrew Bird, Spank Rock, Mbongeni Ngema and others.