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Ep. #845: The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis

Brendan Canty, Joe Lally, and Anthony Pirog from the Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis discuss their wonderful new self-titled debut album, when musicians “sat in,” freedom from genre signifiers, music school pros and cons, why Anthony and James connected and what makes Brendan and Joe such a special rhythm section, upcoming tour and festival dates, other future plans and much more.

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Ep. #831: Water From Your Eyes

Rachel Brown and Nate Amos of Water From Your Eyes discuss their 2023 album Everyone’s Crushed and its recently released remix record, Crushed By Everyone, playing basketball with kids in Brooklyn, loving but leaving Chicago, bluegrass, the Beatles, and Ween, stand-up comedy and being a lead singer, “punk,” theatricality and trusting your instincts, 2024 tour dates, CanCon, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #802: Sam Morril

Sam Morril discusses his upcoming stand-up dates including a JFL Toronto stop on September 21, being a terrible driver and growing up in a blended family in Manhattan, how our parents measure our success, getting into comedy and admiring John Mulaney, attention spans and Oppenheimer vs. Barbie, telling David Letterman why he offers some specials to fans for free, corporate delays and greed, his 2020 pandemic-induced Up on the Roof special, what he knows and thinks about Canada, an update about his next special, tour dates, other future plans, and much more.

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