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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. #835: J. Robbins

J. Robbins discusses his excellent new album, Basilisk, life in Baltimore, band resurrections, punk and synthesized music, getting musicians together in a room again, January 6, ahistoricism, and temporality, a Jawbox update, hitting the road with these new songs, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #804: Tommy Stinson

Tommy Stinson discusses the wonderful new box set, Tim: Let it Bleed Edition by his old band, the Replacements, touring Canada in October with Tommy Stinson’s Cowboys in the Campfire and the stories behind the songs on their new album, Wronger, John Doe and Bob Dylan, the state of American life and writing new songs about it, loving Canada, other future plans, and much more.

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