No Filler is a music podcast dedicated to sharing the often overlooked hidden gems that fill the space between the singles on our favorite records.
In each episode we’ll dive into a little history of the artist and the album of choice, with snippets from interviews & concerts, as well as music from the album itself.
We explore a couple tracks off Thomas Bangaltar's dark synth score for the psychological horror film Irreversible.
Daft Punk: Homework
We explore Daft Punk's highly influential debut record.
No Filler Rewind: The Hypnagogic Bliss of Tycho...
We dig deep in the No Filler back catalog with our review of Tycho's chillwave/IDM record, Dive.
Lush Heaviness: The Immersive Sound Textures of...
Next up on our batch of episodes devoted to the wide world of electronic music, we take a left turn and listen to a couple of tracks from the ambient-electronic trio KILN.
Sidetrack: Architeq - Gold + Green
We take a quick listen to short-lived Scottland-based electronic producer Architeq.
Riding the Synthwave with Com Truise
This week we take a listen to Com Truise's IDM and 80's-drenched synthwave debut, Cyanide Sisters.
Sidetrack: Frampton Comes Alive!
Hot on the heels of our McCartney Unplugged episode, we're listening to one of the most beloved and best selling live records of all time, "Frampton Comes Alive".
Paul McCartney Unplugged in '91:
We listen for the first time to Paul McCartney's 1991 performance on the iconic MTV series, Unplugged.
Our Top 10 Tracks from the 2010s
We scoured the last decade to bring you our 10 favorite tracks from the 2010s.
2019 Recap: Our Top 10 Tracks
2019 Recap: Our Top 10 Discoveries
We begin our batch of year-end recaps with our top 10 discoveries of 2019.
Jeff Beck - Blow By Blow
Hot on the trails of our deep dive into Larry Carlton's Steely Dan guitar solos, we thought we'd pay some homage to another guitar god from the same era: the one and only Jeff Beck.
100th Episode - Steely Dan's Hired Gun: The Gui...
For this very special episode of No Filler, we welcome our father Stan to the pod to help us commemorate our 100th episode.
Steely Dan - Pretzel Logic
Bamnan and Slivercork: Midlake's Perfect Blend ...
On this episode we listen to Texas natives Midlake, and their 2004 debut album Bamnan and Slivercork.
The Shins - Oh, Inverted World
This week we tackle The Shins' seminal indie record Oh, Inverted World.
Sidetrack - Neva Dinova's Songs Written For No One
On this week's Sidetrack we're checking out Jake Bellows and his band Neva Dinova,
Coldplay - Parachutes
Our look at the 2000 debut of alt-rock giants Coldplay.
Sidetrack: Prong - Beg To Differ
On our last sidetrack episode in Metal Month, we take a look at groove-thrashers Prong and their 1990 record Beg to Differ. T
BONUS HALLOWEEN EPISODE: Grave Robbin' With The...
On this, the Eve of Hallow's, we're heading to the graveyard with shovels in hand. We bring along a Walkman and Quentin's CD copy of "We Dig With Finger's Crossed" to help set the ambiance for the evening.
Metallica - Ride the Lightning
On this week's episode we fight fires and summon Cthulhu with Metallica's second album Ride the Lightning.
Sidetrack: Welcome Year Zero: Hail Satan with G...
We're 11 days out from Halloween night, so for our Sidetrack this week we're heading to church. Well, I guess it's maybe more of an anti-church?
Khemmis' Quest To Reignite Metal's Spark
Khemmis is a band that's on a quest to recapture the feelings of excitement and inspiration they had when they heard metal for the first time as teenagers.
Sidetrack: Kyuss - The Desert Rock Dwellers of ...
On this week's Sidetrack we buckle up and head to Sky Valley with Josh Homme (HOM-ee) and his band Kyuss,
Queens of the Stone Age - Songs for the Deaf
On this jam-packed episode, we worship at the alter of desert deity Josh Homme with our deep dive into Queens of the Stone Age and their 2002 release Songs for the Deaf.
Sidetrack: The Nice - Flower Kings of Prog Rock
On this week's sidetrack episode, we listen to another track from early prog rockers The Nice.
Yes's Fragile and the Origins of Progressive Rock
This week we take a listen to the tracks that made Fragile one of the greatest progressive rock albums of all time, and we take a quick look at the rock landscape prior to the record that forged its path.