“On the latest instalment of, “Which Brings Us To…” we travel back to 1987 to talk coconut cream pie, a German teenager navigating his way past Russian air defences to land his Cessna in Red Square, Pat Lafontaine and the Easter Epic, the debut of Full House and The Simpsons and the last vestiges of greatness of Minnesota’s Prince and The Replacements.”
Tim Hecker’s music wants to devour you. I suggest you let it.
by Darren Clarke, August 27, 2021 On the latest edition of the Which Brings Us To… podcast we […]
So, this first instalment of weaving through the the time, the events, the music of 1981 leans in a certain Mark Lane direction. Along the way I explore topics ranging from an Elvis documentary, What Would Burt Reynolds Do? philosophy, blue ribbons, Guinness Book of World Records, and potential reasons a teenager bought a black and white TV in 1981. Musically we tap into the most rambunctious, overly excited, messy and marvellous offerings from the year all in an effort to make one person happy.
by Darren Clarke, November 20, 2020 On this episode of the, “Which Brings Us To…” the 70s, podcast, […]
March Something, 2020 By Darren Clarke So I’m quarantined. Worse, I’m sick. What to do? There are a […]
August 27, 2019 by Darren Clarke The 3rd Annual Summer Music Mixes come to a close with another […]
August 1, 2019, by Darren Clarke 1999. In this edition of the podcast I tackle a turn of […]
July 25, 2019 by Darren Clarke “Time has little to do with infinity and jelly donuts.” Thomas Magnum […]
July 18, 2019 by Darren Clarke The premise for this podcast is simple. I dig into the music […]