Jon and Harrison

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About Jon and Harrison

We're Jon and Harrison Porobil, and together we host PLAY DISC, the music critique podcast in which we take a close look at one whole album per week, in its entirety. Music is very important to us, and we most appreciate it when we are able to take in a group of songs in the larger context of each other. Our tastes are diverse, and we pick albums that are interesting, about which we have something to say - not just our personal favorites. We hope that you find our takes on these albums interesting, and our rapport worth listening to!
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To commemorate our first $100 in monthly donations (and every additional $100 thereafter), we'll record two bonus episodes covering two-part albums, or albums with sequels. First up: Everclear's two-part divorce album Songs from an American Movie!
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