Encore 136

Fall Albums (Encore Episode 136)

On this episode of Encore, Thomas and I break down some of their favorite “fall albums.” What makes an album a fall album? Why did we pick what we did? And what other habits do we have when the weather gets cold? We also talk a little about Yellowcard’s final show, Laura Jane Grace’s upcoming book, and our usual shenanigans. We’d love to hear from you about what albums you listen to as the weather gets cold, so hit the little quote bubble on this post to jump to the forums and discuss!

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Show Notes

Jason’s List

  • Wolftron – Flesh & Fears
  • Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
  • JEW – Integrity Blues
  • The Stills – Logic Will Break Your Heart
  • Stars – In our Bedroom After the War
  • Bon Iver – 22, a Million
  • Sara Jarosz – Undercurrent
  • Olafur Arnalds – Island Songs
  • The National – Trouble Will Find Me
  • Copeland – Ixora

Thomas’s List

  • Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties – We Don’t Have Each Other
  • Dear & The Headlights – Small Steps, Heavy Hooves
  • The Gaslight Anthem – Handwritten
  • The Horrible Crowes – Elsie
  • Moving Mountains – Moving Mountains
  • Pentimento – Pentimento
  • Pinegrove – Cardinal
  • Polar Bear Club – Clash Battle Guilt Pride
  • Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell
  • Titus Andronicus – The Monitor
  • The Weakerthans – Left & Leaving

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