The folks at Taking It Down morn the loss of Tom Verlaine and reflect on his music to begin the podcast (1:02). From there, it’s a discussion on what makes Everything Everywhere All At Once worthy of its eleven nominations but a sign of modern culture (4:23). After the break, everyone gives some quick thoughts on Bob Dylan’s seventeenth Bootleg Series release, Fragments, which came out last Friday (29:42) before getting into what The Last of Us may need to do to change things up from its second episode (35:25).
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