Chloe wraps up 2016 with a review of the year, her Top 5 albums, people who died, and shows she went to, featuring David Bowie, Wymond Miles, Meat Loaf, Moby, Crocodiles, plus Ringo Deathstarr and The Damned
Chloe celebrates XMAS, the only way she knows how.
We check out some Power Pop/New Wave records Chloe likes, including The Vapors, The Elektrics, Code Blue, Hilly Michaels, and The Producers
Chloe practices her Dj skills
Chloe explores the land of kangaroos, featuring Australian Crawl, Men at Work, Mental as Anything, the Joysticks, the Stems, the Saints, and the Swingers.
Chloe goes over the best reasons to come out to Siren's BLACK FRIDAY SALE
Chloe goes in depth on The Reivers and Rubber Rodeo!
Chloe goes in depth on Streetheart and Scruffy the Cat
Chloe is back with new records, everything in this episode is now on the floor at Siren Records!
Chloe celebrates her 50th episode by...talking mainly about herself.
Chloe explores more of what Siren Records racks has to offer!
Chloe learns about more stuff a typical record store employee should like, based on coworker suggestions, featuring Guided By Voices, Yo La Tengo, Superchunk, Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh, and Iron and Wine
In this episode Chloe talks...a whole lot. Plus Pugwash and Chain of Flowers!
Chloe gets some recommendations from fellow record store employees, and tries out a whole new way of criticising songs, let us know what you think! Featuring: Neutral Milk Hotel, Built to Spill, Teenage Fanclub, Modest Mouse, Pavement, and Sonic Youth
Chloe goes in depth with an awesome collection that just got traded in. The first in a series. Featuring Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Martha and the Muffins, A Certain Ratio, Big Country, the Suicide Commandos, Young Marble Giants, the Flying Lizards, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Shriekback, Pylon, Psychedelic Furs, Polyrock. AND MORE
More records, found by Chloe, and brought to your ears. Featuring Andy Fairweather Low, Sharks, Chris Spedding, and SVT
Chloe explores more of Siren Records top sellers, including Brand New, Tiny Moving Parts, War on Drugs, Mac Demarco, Kendrick Lamar, Sufjan Stevens, Lumineers, Twenty-One Pilots, and Tame Impala
Chloe goes back to her show's namesake, and pulls some random records off the racks at Siren, featuring Athletico Spizz 80 / the Spizzles, Moon Martin, 28th Day, and Silicon Teens
Chloe explores the unknown world of Siren's Best Seller list, including band's she's never heard of like La Dispute, Bon Iver, Modern Baseball, Algernon Cadwallader, Wonder Years, Nothing, and Explosions in the Sky
Chloe unintentionally does a whole show just about ladies (unlike the last couple times, which were, in fact, intentional), including Julie Brown, Sandy Stewart, Darling, and Rachel Sweet