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Ep. #832: Nick Zubeck

Nick Zubeck discusses his lovely new album, Echo Park, Cliff Clavin and watching Cheers and Late Night with David Letterman with his late father, a fascinating family history, once running a yoga studio, meditation and existentialism, remembering lost friends and celebrating their work, record release shows, 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. #826: Steve Albini and Fred Armisen

Steve Albini and Fred Armisen discuss Letters to Santa: The Holiday Gala in Chicago, which stars John Mulaney and takes place December 5 in Chicago, and Letters To Santa: The 24 Hour Comedy and Music Marathon in Los Angeles on December 16-17, their long friendship, their respective interactions with Conan O’Brien, Fred’s talents for mimicry, Steve’s penchant for comedic logic, Chicago’s distinction as a hub for top-tier comedy, music, and recording studios, Fred’s interest in “complicated drumming techniques,” the fact that a new Shellac album will likely be released soon, other future plans, and much more.

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