Anytime is a good time to listen to Matthew Sweet, but summer feels like the perfect time to roll down your windows and play his most recent album, Cat's Paw really loud for others to hear.We talked with Matthew when the record came out, and it was the conversation that made us think we should interview more musicians... And that's how this show was born. For more information about Matthew Sweet, check out his website, or follow him on Facebook.
Matthew Sweet '100% Fun' and Everclear 'So Much For The Afterglow'
Carl Landry Record Club
Albums discussed are Matthew Sweet’s ‘100% Fun’ (9:39) and Everclear’s ’So Much For The Afterglow’ (36:51). This week's listener album suggestion came from Twitter user @RotatorInterval. To suggest an album for CLRC, leave a review on Apple Podcasts with the artist and title (five stars always helps). For playlists and podcasts, visit us on the web at carllandryrecordclub.com and on Twitter @CLRCPod. The theme song for Carl Landry Record Club is "I Should Let You Know" by Marian Hill. This episode was produced by Molly Dolan. This is CLRC episode #74.
Poppy and eclectic with a twinge of nostalgia and a big dose of pop culture. In this episode of The Hallowed Ground, we are joined by Matthew Sweet to talk about his prolific career. Sweet was part of the burgeoning music scene in Athens, Georgia, during the 1980s before gaining commercial success in the 1990s as a solo artist.In this podcast, Sweet discussed how he approaches songwriting. He also addressed Covid, and how his cats have gotten him through the pandemic.Plus, the guys had a discussion around his new album, Catspaw.
A Sonic Youth episode 30 - Matthew Sweet, Jess Locke, Kurt Vile
A Sonic Youth
This week Oliver looks at an ultimate pop rock album, Matthew Sweet's 'Girlfriend'. Also featured is a track from Melbourne based indie rocker Jess Locke and a new single from Kurt Vile. Follow A Sonic Youth on Facebook and Insta - @asonicyouthpodcast
Does anyone like Sugar? Here at Hear:30, we have a bit of sweet tooth. To satisfy that, we listen to John's WhammyHammer pick: Matthew Sweet's power pop album: Girlfriend. But, do we like it? Listen and find out this week on Hear:30! The Hear:30 podcast is a weekly Podcast hosted by music lovers, Joe Kylman, Josh Adams and John Adams. We are 3 middle age dudes from the Midwest who want to listen to music that we have never heard before...that we should have. A completely random album is chosen from THE RANDOMIZER and we talk about it...love it or hate it.Check out the stats and info at www.hear30.com. Hit us up at email@example.com or follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter The Hear:30 podcast is a weekly Podcast hosted by music lovers, Joe Kylman, Josh Adams and John Adams. We are 3 middle age dudes from the Midwest who want to listen to music that we have never heard before...that we should have. A completely random album is chosen from THE RANDOMIZER and we talk about it...love it or hate it.Check out the stats and info at www.hear30.com. Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter
S5E202 - Matthew Sweet 'Girlfriend' with Paul Roub
That Record Got Me High Podcast
In 1990 Matthew Sweet - who was going through a divorce and was just dropped by his record label - assembled a band that included iconic guitarists Richard Lloyd and Robert Quine and released what would be his breakout album, 1991's 'Girlfriend'. Singer/songwriter Paul Roub sat down with Rob to discuss this stripped-down slab of noisy pop goodness. Songs featured in this episode: Be Human - Paul Roub; Three Little Pigs - Green Jelly; Blank Generation - Richard Hell & The Voidoids; Alive - Pearl Jam; Divine Intervention, I've Been Waiting, Girlfriend, Looking at the Sun, Winona, Evangeline, Day for Night, Thought I Knew You, You Don't Love Me, I Wanted to Tell You, Don't Go, Your Sweet Voice, Does She Talk?, Holy War, Nothing Lasts - Matthew Sweet; Undone - Weezer; Galileo - Indigo Girls; Wicked Little Town - John Cameron Mitchell; Hesitating Beauty - Billy Bragg & Wilco; Don't Stop Me Now - Queen; Marquee Moon - Television; Rape of the Vespers - The Holy Terrors; No Flowers - Paul Roub; Christmas - The Buzz of Delight featuring Matthew Sweet
MAGNET Classics Podcast Episode 2: The Making Of Matthew Sweet’s “Girlfriend”
MAGNET Magazine Podcast
Longtime MAGNET contributor Hobart Rowland takes a deep dive into the influential albums championed by the magazine over the years, with exclusive, in-depth interviews with the artists, producers and other key players. For episode two, Rowland gets the real story behind the making of Matthew Sweet’s 1991 masterpiece, "Girlfriend," released 30 years ago this week.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/magnet-magazine/support
This Is Modern Rock: Alternative Rock Music of the 80's & 90's
Dusty Reske and Ellen Osborn (Rocketship) join Will to talk about even more songs of February 1992. Brace yourself - Strong opinions are shared ;)Matthew Sweet - "Girlfriend"The KLF - "Justified and Ancient"The Wonder Stuff - "Welcome to the Cheap Seats"My Bloody Valentine - "Only Shallow"Season 5 Spotify Playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/0qoJndh…34f44538eb104126
Episode 182: Episode 182: Joe Benoit discusses Matthew Sweet’s “100% Fun”
The guys welcome Joe Benoit to talk about former guest of the podcast Matthew Sweet and his 1995 record “100% Fun.” Plenty of other discussion including Joe’s latest album “What Kind of World,” the day job of being a math teacher, power pop like The Raspberries & Dwight Twilley & Cheap Trick, what modern rock tracks kept “Sick of Myself” out of #1, and uncredited tambourine. Check out Joe Benoit at: https://joebenoitmusic.com/Check out Matthew Sweet at: https://www.matthewsweet.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast