The Plough

A Podcast about Great Music.

Episode 7: Let England Shake

Yes, yes, we know. It's been quite a while since the last podcast. Rohan now has gainful employment in another city though, so getting together to record new podcasts has not been easy. But fear not, we have more planned for the future, so we appreciate your patience if it's not as regular as you would like.

This new podcast is probably one of our favourites so far - or at least maybe our favourite record to review. It's a monumental effort from the very talented and expressive PJ Harvey, a record from 2012 called Let England Shake. We hope you enjoy it.

Special Episode: The Plough in the Field with Roger Grierson

So we've got something a little different from your usual Plough fare here, folks. Instead of focusing on an album, this is a special extra episode where we were fortunate enough to be able to sit down with one of the folks responsible for the making of the feature album in our last podcast, The Beasts of Bourbon's 'The Axeman's Jazz'. Rohan and Chris try to tease some details from him about the making of the record, the scene in Sydney at the time, and the evolution and devolution of The Beasts. He was there, after all. Go check it out at the Podcasts page.

The Axeman's Jazz

We know it's been a while since the last cast was put up, so sorry for the delay, folks. However, a brand new Podcast is now up and waiting for your ears. This episode focuses on a great Australian album from 1984, The Beasts Of Bourbon's The Axeman's Jazz. It's great. We think so anyway - so hopefully you will, too. Check it out over on the podcasts page.

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