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Ep. #848: SAVAK

Sohrab Habibion and Michael Jaworski discuss the new SAVAK album, Flavors of Paradise, dancing seahorses, snow shovelling adventures, the late Rick Froberg’s role in influencing aspects of SAVAK and his constant presence in our lives, U.S. politics and the media, singing about years, defending your band name, gallows humour and punk-infused pop music, many project updates, tour news, other future plans, and much more.   

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Ep. #846: BOECKNER

Dan Boeckner discusses BOECKNER and Boeckner!, Canada’s politics, history, and capitulation to fascism, feckless Canadian journalism, Israel, Palestine, and perceptions of the war crimes in Gaza, how aspects of the pandemic and human behaviour influenced the lyrics on his otherwise upbeat and powerful new album, collaborating with Matt Chamberlain, Brad Laner, and Kiwi Jr.’s Jeremy Gaudet, answering a Patreon question, tour dates, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #838: ANGRY BLACKMEN

Quentin Branch and Brian Warren from ANGRY BLACKMEN discuss their new album, The Legend of ABM, Santa Fe, Chicago, and leaving a place that makes you unhappy, musical and cinematic inspirations, dissing music journalism and getting nice reviews, racism in America and cyclical progress, exploring noise, punk, and pop in hip-hop, new music, other future plans and much more.

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