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Ep. #876: Ibibio Sound Machine

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Enno Williams and Max Grunhard discuss the brilliant new Ibibio Sound Machine album, Pull the Rope, living in London and loving Ninja Tune Records, aspirational truths and the clarinet, how music is a language, Enno’s exposure to highlife and jùjú music and why openly loving Fela Kuti could be precarious, empathy, inclusion, and improvisation, intergenerational culture clashes, working with Ross Orton, upcoming tour dates, other future plans, and much more.  

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Ep. #840: Mint Mile

Tim Midyett discusses the incredibly impassioned new Mint Mile album, Roughrider, loving a home recorded performance as much as one made at Electrical Audio, singing about sex, love, mortality, and society, football, eschewing social media one platform at a time, collaborating with Joel RL Phelps and Nina Nastasia, conjuring Lou, Iggy, and Bowie, a fine day at Abbey Road, Silkworm reissues, tour, other future plans and much more.

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Ep. #758: Murray A. Lightburn

Murray A. Lightburn discusses his emotional new album, Once Upon a Time in Montreal, how its narrative is inspired by the romance between his mother and late father, a man he never really got to know, parenting during a pandemic, communicating via music, pride and distance, big love, jazz and punk, future plans, and much more. Supported by you on PatreonPizza Trokaderothe BookshelfPlanet Bean Coffee, and Grandad’s Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.