In Utero Pregame

Episode 6 August 20, 2020 00:31:41
In Utero Pregame
More Of That Presents: Discographology
In Utero Pregame
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Springfield, MO's own More Of That discuss what they're up to, what music they're into, and other miscellany in this meaty pregame episode. Don't worry folks, it's all leading up to next week's deep dive into Nirvana's masterpiece IN UTERO! Join us! Theme music by More Of That. "Serve The Servants" by Nirvana. More Of That and Nirvana can be found on on all major streaming platforms (and pick up In Utero at a local record store if you can). We are also at moreofthat.bandcamp.com Follow Matt on Twitter at @mit54321 and Blake on Instagram at @esteemedauthor. Discographology is brought to you by the AUX Audio podcast network aux-network.podiant.co

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