SOUND THINKING #7: The podcast for music people

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SOUND THINKING #7: The podcast for music people

The seventh episode of the music podcast in which Marty Duda of 13th Floor hosts some reviewers who discuss new albums.

This week Jeff Neems, Veronika Bell, Marty and I review four new albums by Liam Gallagher with John Squire, Faye  Webster, The Bevis Frond and Drop Spindle.

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