The Montreal geek podcast that opens up the show with hot takes about the music of 1994 is back in your ear holes with all three of us on the show! Spoilers: 1994 may have been one of the greatest years in music history I will fight you on this.  While it didn’t come out in 1994, The Color and The Shape by Foo Fighters is definitely one of the greatest albums of the last few decades and we get a little into the somewhat secret past of the song and how it relates to Veruca Salt.

We also talk about the fact that Apple is designing tech to look at all of your photos, the Fear Street trilogy streaming now on Netflix, The Army of the Dead (also on Netflix) and wrap things up with a little bit of AEW wrestling talk.

If you enjoyed the AEW talk, we talk about the 5 Labors of Jericho and Jon’s immense accomplishment in Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup on this week’s Garbage Time, available Friday over on our Patreon page at the 9ES Deluxe level subscription.

Enjoy the show!




The bed music during our advertising is an old loop by OKU-DA and our intro song is a brand new jam he cooked up just for us (note: both songs do not really reflect his usual style, but do yourself a favour and check out his SoundCloud.