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Ep. #884: Tim Kinsella

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Tim Kinsella discusses the elaborate new Joan of Arc box set, A Window & A Mirror, his Chicago upbringing and how he and his brother, Mike Kinsella from American Football, first got into playing music, their band Cap’n Jazz and its post-breakup mythological status, Tim’s relationship with music journalism and his public personas, punk rock and rebellious conservatism, times I saw the Promise Ring and Joan of Arc in southern Ontario in the mid-to-late 90s, why Joan of Arc might sound more normal these days, the band Tim Kinsella & Jenny Pulse and their next album, an upcoming reunion show by Cap’n Jazz and why Tim would love to write new songs with them, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #882: Islands

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Nick Thorburn discusses the new Islands album, What Occurs, whether or not it concludes a trilogy, why he chose to make an album on Vancouver Island for the first time and also its unique, live-off-the-floor recording style with Adam Halferty and Evan and Geordie Gordon, a bad basketball injury and air guitar, paraphrasing John Lennon and/or Pusha T, conceptual lyrics and David Geffen’s Jackson Pollock, whether or not Islands has reached its end, the pros and cons of running a Patreon crowdfunding initiative, uncertain future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #801: Islands

Nick Thorburn discusses his band Islands and their new, sunny/dark album, And That’s Why Dolphins Lost Their Legs, making a musical trilogy, creative people striking and speaking out about cultural exploitation, pivoting in the modern age, John Lennon and Robert Smith, how to remain optimistic, always living near large bodies of water, making beats for people like Fat Tony, touring again, other future plans, and much more.

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