Welcome to I Fucking Love this Record, a music podcast from
The Derrek Carriveau
Every week, Derrek and a guest will discuss, in detail, a record that they love. We will find out how the record (or band) entered their lives, track-by-track observations (including discussions of different types of album openers) and any other thoughts that come their way. Warning, contains language.
Would you like to co-host an episode? Here is a WISH LIST of albums I would fucking love to talk about:
Solomon Burke – Don’t Give Up On Me, The Cars – The Cars, Crooked Fingers – Dignity and Shame, PJ Harvey – To Bring You My Love, Iron & Wine – Our Endless Numbered Days, The Jayhawks – The Sound of Lies, Elton John – Madman Across the Water, Kyuss – Welcome to Sky Valley, Ted Leo + Pharmacists – Hearts of Oak, Nada Surf – Let Go, The Rolling Stones – Goats Head Soup, Josh Rouse – 1972, Michael J Sheehy – Sweet Blue Gene, Shout Out Louds – Work, Spoon – Girls Can Tell, Suzanne Vega – Songs in Red and Gray, 16 Horsepower – Secret South.
If you see something above that you fucking love, send me an email at email@example.com. Don’t see anything you fucking love but still want to participate? Send me a list of albums that you do and maybe we can find some common ground.
In preparation for next week, check out Fiest’s The Reminder on Spotify.
Sean Murray & Feist!
Check out Pop Culture Must Die, Album Side, Elephate in the Room
Pop Culture Must Die
In this podcast series, hosts Christian A. Dumais & Derrek Carriveau Sophie’s Choice their way through Pop Culture.
A slightly self-indulgent solo side project where Derrek drinks a beer and talks while listening to one side of vinyl.
Episode 12: Bob Marley – Kaya side 1
Elephate in the Room
Derrek navigates the world of marketing and SEO with the help of the industry’s best and brightest. In this unconventional and funny podcast, our host might not have all of the answers, but he certainly has a lot of questions.
ABOUT ME / OTHER PROJECTS
Thanks for making it this far. I’m Derrek, and I am an American living in Wroclaw, Poland. I have been doing voice work since 2009 and performing stand-up comedy since 2012. If you are looking for someone to perform at a social function, if you are producing a video that needs an American voice, if you need something written, or proofread – please contact me here.