I recently discovered the podcast and over the past two weeks I binge-listened to about 70 hand-picked episodes of albums I already knew from Dig Me Out's first 400 episodes. Tim and J's history as college DJs as well as being in a band together really helps when hosting a podcast which attracts a large part of their audience through nostalgia. As musicians themselves, they can offer an analysis of the music you don't typically see in most album reviews. I really like that they turn to their listeners for help choosing which albums to do next. I ran a music webzine myself from 1996-2016, and relied on heavily on my readers to help the direction of the site, and I think that's the best way to go. As an aside, as a web developer, I definitely noticed and appreciated the corrected "forward slash" instead of "back slash" when saying URLs. As a music zine editor, it sometimes bothered me when they got the occasional music fact wrong (the pronunciation of Ani Difranco's name comes to mind), but FAR more often, they showed they really knew their stuff and I was regularly humbled by just how deep their knowledge of the albums went, and it showed they earned their roles as hosts of the podcast. I do miss the "history of the band" jingle, not sure why that went away. It surprised me how often the album reviews I listened to were albums I knew really well and/or reviewed myself twenty years ago, but they for the most part only knew singles in passing. But it often went the other way as well. Long story short, I listened to about five episodes a day for the past few weeks and didn't grow tired of the podcast. I'm not a huge fan of the podcast website design, but you can enjoy the podcast just fine without ever visiting the site. I signed up for the Patreon, and I recommend it for any other 90's alternative music fan.