Category Archives: From Cassettes

Episode 28 – Pterodactyl Traffic Jams


So this week, the guys talk about the titular subject, Christopher Reeve, movies, the 10,000 hours to expertise concept and prime numbers. Good luck!


“Episode 27 – So We Began To Hang Ourselves…”

Okay. So this week Bas, Cheng and Liam got together to talk about…a lotta stuff. Namely, McDonalds, reggae musicals, the role of monarchy, accidentally stealing 99c Diet Coke, three-tiered sofa beds and funerals with no attendees. Check it out, it’s a crazy one.

Tales From The Tape Deck #1 – Episode 4 – On Overchlorinated Formal Wear, Pt. III

Okay, it happens. Every good podcast host goes through a physical breakdown where it’s literally impossible for them to remain conscious for an hour. Sorry. 😦 SO, enjoy this old episode from our archives, where we talk about the royal family, Game of Thrones, and Timothy Dalton. Enjoy!

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Intro – “Round and Round” – Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
Thanks to Umphrey’s McGee for the kind use of their single “Miami Virtue” for the outro; they improvise music that makes angels sob their wings off.

Episode 25 – Beardy Bought A Flower!

This week, Liam talks about nearly burning everything he owns to the ground, having to quantify your hobbies with and Goodreads, beards and aromatherapy, PLUS A NEW TOP FIVE LIST WHICH INCLUDES ST. VINCENT, THE CURE AND MORE!



Episode 24 – On Losing Him Behind The Couch

This week, From Cassettes experiments with formatting with Denise! In the first half of this week’s show, we discuss the semantic differences between debating systems, law and philosophy, phenomenology and love and rebuilding dinosaurs! And, in the second half of this week’s show, the guys talk about Israel, misusing words really badly, the trials and tribulations of Mother’s Day, being able to resist and the problems of sexism in comedy!

Please note, the second half of this show is slightly NSFW for some slight offensive language and possibly offensive jokes, but the first half is most certainly safe for your listening at work. We apologise if any offence is caused by this. (…okay, not really.)