For whatever reason, we were feeling like a real team last week--so much so that we gathered up most of the music writing crew here at the Observer and packed everyone into my spacious
fake college dorm room office to talk about our favorite local releases of the year (and to take very unlively pictures, it seems...).
Anyway, someone suggested we record it. For posterity, I guess. So we did.
The result: Our debut DC9 at Night podcast, in which we discuss, among other things, Rhett Miller's hatred for Darryl Smyers (and vice versa!), Noah Bailey's general lack of enthusiasm toward everything, and my own apparent lack of faith! Also: local music!
And we actually had a pretty decent time doing it, I think. Anyway, the resulting three-part, year-end podcast is after the jump. Stream it or download it--your call. Just try to enjoy yourselves. We did. --Pete Freedman
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