For The Record With Gg And Adam


On each episode, we discuss a single new album.


  • For the Record #121: Frances Quinlans Likewise

    For the Record #121: Frances Quinlan's "Likewise"

    03/02/2020 Duração: 30min

    Hop Along frontwoman Frances Quinlan's first solo record, "Likewise," shows an impressive range, both emotionally and sonically. We discuss it in-depth in episode #121 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #120: The Big Moons Walking Like We Do

    For the Record #120: The Big Moon's "Walking Like We Do"

    26/01/2020 Duração: 30min

    On their second album, The Big Moon makes a significant departure in their sound to deliver a poppy, danceable take on how to keep your chin up in a world that's falling apart. We take an in-depth look at "Walking Like We Do" in episode #120.

  • For the Record #119: Sharon Van Ettens Remind Me Tomorrow

    For the Record #119: Sharon Van Etten's "Remind Me Tomorrow"

    13/01/2020 Duração: 30min

    Sharon Van Etten's first studio album in 5 years is a major leap forward for her sound, as synths and drones add an undercurrent of dread to her warm and emotional vocals. We discuss "Remind Me Tomorrow" in-depth in episode #119 of “For the Record.”

  • For the Record #118: Kate Davis “Trophy”

    For the Record #118: Kate Davis' “Trophy”

    30/11/2019 Duração: 30min

    Renowned jazz bassist/singer-turned-indie-pop songwriter Kate Davis' debut album, “Trophy,” is a strong, cohesive collection of clever, emotionally wide-open songs about love, longing, loss, and growth.

  • For the Record #117: Great Grandpas Four of Arrows

    For the Record #117: Great Grandpa's "Four of Arrows"

    17/11/2019 Duração: 30min

    Great Grandpa have evolved their sound significantly from where they started with their first album to where they end up with this new second album, "Four of Arrows."

  • For the Record #116: Sports Teams Making Hay and Other EPs

    For the Record #116: Sports Team's "Making Hay" and Other EPs

    10/11/2019 Duração: 30min

    British band Sports Team has yet to release a full-length, but they're one of our favorite new discoveries this year, so we decided to talk about their 3 EPs released so far on episode #116 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #115: The Hold Steadys Thrashing Thru the Passion

    For the Record #115: The Hold Steady's "Thrashing Thru the Passion"

    21/10/2019 Duração: 30min

    It's been five long years since the last album from The Hold Steady, and "Thrashing Thru the Passion" is a wonderful return to form. We discuss it in-depth in episode #115 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit

  • For the Record #114: Brittany Howards Jaime

    For the Record #114: Brittany Howard's "Jaime"

    30/09/2019 Duração: 30min
  • For the Record #113: WAAXs Big Grief

    For the Record #113: WAAX's "Big Grief"

    08/09/2019 Duração: 29min

    Brisbane, Australia's WAAX brings heavy guitars, acrobatic female vocals, and a bit of a pop sensibility on their debut LP, "Big Grief." We discuss it in-depth in episode #113 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit

  • For the Record #112: Sleater-Kinneys The Center Wont Hold

    For the Record #112: Sleater-Kinney's "The Center Won't Hold"

    26/08/2019 Duração: 30min

    Sleater-Kinney's ninth album, produced by St. Vincent, finds them going in a new and sometimes uncomfortable direction, as they confront a world on the brink with their trademark rock trio ferocity... but also some electronics. We discuss "The Center Won'

  • For the Record #111: Lizzos Cuz I Love You

    For the Record #111: Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You"

    11/08/2019 Duração: 30min

    Lizzo is that rare, complete superstar package: Charm, humor, great songwriting, and an incredible voice. She's been steadily amassing fans for the past few years, but this major-label debut may be her breakout moment. We discuss the record in-depth in ep

  • For the Record #110: Ada Leas What We Say in Private

    For the Record #110: Ada Lea's "What We Say in Private"

    29/07/2019 Duração: 30min

    Alexandra Levy, who records under the name Ada Lea, is a Montreal artist who has recorded her first album, "What We Say in Private," based on 180 days of journaliing following the breakup of an important romantic relationship. We discuss the record in-dep

  • For the Record #109: Stef Churas Midnight

    For the Record #109: Stef Chura's "Midnight"

    14/07/2019 Duração: 30min

    Stef Chura is a singer-songwriter from Michigan who brings a new and more mature sound to her sophomore album, "Midnight," with the help of producer Will Toledo of Car Seat Headrest. We discuss the record in-depth in episode #109 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #108: Charly Bliss Young Enough

    For the Record #108: Charly Bliss' "Young Enough"

    01/07/2019 Duração: 30min

    Charly Bliss's sophomore album is loaded with pop hooks, but also represents a leap forward in both sound and maturity. Is it synth pop, or guitar rock with synths? Yes! We discuss "Young Enough" in-depth in episode #108 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #107: Jade Birds Self-Titled Debut

    For the Record #107: Jade Bird's Self-Titled Debut

    14/06/2019 Duração: 30min

    Jade Bird is a petite, young woman with a powerful voice and smart lyrics, exploring Americana from across the pond. We discuss her debut LP on episode #107 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #106: Control Tops Covert Contracts

    For the Record #106: Control Top's "Covert Contracts"

    01/06/2019 Duração: 30min

    Control Top's debut LP blows your hair back with polished punk that wants to destroy the system. We discuss "Covert Contracts" in episode #106 of "For the Record." For all the past episodes, visit

  • For the Record #105: Sasamis SASAMI

    For the Record #105: Sasami's "SASAMI"

    20/05/2019 Duração: 30min

    L.A.-based Sasami is a multi-instrumentalist who is best-known as the synth player for the band Cherry Glazerr. Her layered, intense, self-titled debut record plumbs the depths of relationships gone awry to create a lush sound that you can't help but sing

  • For the Record #104: Tacocats This Mess is a Place

    For the Record #104: Tacocat's "This Mess is a Place"

    05/05/2019 Duração: 30min

    After a few years away, Seattle's Tacocat comes roaring back with an album that takes the anxiety of post-2016 America and transforms it into a joy and optimism that's still grounded in reality.

  • For the Record #103: Segos Sego Sucks

    For the Record #103: Sego's "Sego Sucks"

    21/04/2019 Duração: 30min

    Sego was one of our favorite discoveries from South by Southwest this year, and we were eagerly anticipating the release of their second album, "Sego Sucks," which did not disappoint. We discuss it in-depth in episode #103 of "For the Record."

  • For the Record #102: Jenny Lewis On the Line

    For the Record #102: Jenny Lewis' "On the Line"

    07/04/2019 Duração: 30min

    Jenny Lewis' richly-produced, ambitious new album might be her best since she left Rilo Kiley. We discuss "On the Line" in-depth on episode #102 of "For the Record."

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