BSE 47: Wavves and Culture Abuse, Young Fathers, Son Lux, Dream Wife and Many More

“Just Wait Till You See Jon Snow’s Butt Though”

All aboard a crazy rock train straight to hell, but make sure to buckle up in case we come to a screeching halt!  That’s right, it’s an all new episode of Best Song Ever.  On this episode the dear cousins LaBenne talk about regional phrases, joke about music headlines in the new segment Hot Off the Presses and of course continue the War for the King (Mother) of Duets!  Luke talks about seeing the Foo Fighters open for Bob Dylan and Brian suggests Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize should be taken away.  They dive into deep issues like the #MeToo movement and how bands are making their shows safe spaces.  Brian gushes about Bjork, quotes Nickleback and Luke says he is starting a YouTube channel based on “Leave Sam Smith Alone!”  Also, Luke argues that you can dance to any song and plays a major crack slipper in a new Slippin’ Through Our Cracks.  All this and so much more while playing the eight best songs you’ll hear all week!
Every week Ghettoblaster feature writers (and dear cousins!) Brian LaBenne and Luke LaBenne bring you fresh new songs with the hopes of introducing you to some that you may consider to be the best song ever.  Both Brian and Luke have no idea what songs the other has picked, so what you are hearing is their genuine reaction to listening to the songs together.  Also, if you enjoy this episode, head to ITunes to subscribe and rate our podcast with the highest rating available to you.


Songs Played on “Just Wait Till You See Jon Snow’s Butt Though

Good Boy – Fishing With a Shotgun from Shirk Life EP out November 10th on Barely Dressed Records
Bat Fangs – Wolfbite from their self-titled debut album out February 2nd on Don Giovanni Records
Dream Wife – Somebody from their self-titled debut album out January 26th on Lucky Number Records
Young Fathers – LORD from an upcoming album out sometime soon on Ninja Tune
Superorganism – Something for Your M.I.N.D. out now on Domino
Wavves and Culture Abuse – Up and Down out now digitally with a 7″ to follow in the near future on Epitaph
Son Lux – Dream State from Brighter Wounds out February 9th on City Slang
Melkbelly – Off the Lot from Nothing Valley out now on Carpark Records / Wax Nine