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Ep. #886: Chris Corsano

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Chris Corsano discusses his new album, The Key (Became The Important Thing [& Then Just Faded Away]), his life in New Jersey and what we can learn about it from The Sopranos, dementia, psychedelia, and how a mind can be altered, imagination, illness, and art-making, the now infamous episode of this show that Chris was on with his band Rangda just prior to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, our shared admiration for the double bassist William Parker, a relaxation trick, the projects we each have going with Mike Watt, other future plans, and much more.    

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Ep. #881: Kass Richards

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Kass Richards discusses her powerful second album, New Love Meditation, becoming a mother during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boston Celtics and their fanbase, needing to live near water, being encouraged to enter recording studios by Basia Bulat and Meg Remy and making New Love Meditation with Maximilian Turnbull, how Geordie Gordon can play every instrument, growing up near the busy Washington D.C. live music circuit, mindfulness and grieving, how going through labour can feel close to death, some tour dates, other future plans, and much more!

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Ep. #834: J Mascis

J Mascis discusses his new solo album, What Do We Do Now, recent live Dinosaur Jr. jams with friends like Lee Ranaldo, Kurt Vile, and Kim Deal, what we learned about “Divine Mascis” from the Breeders and J’s recollection, Kurt Cobain inviting him to join Nirvana, expensive cities like Oslo, Norway, working with Ken Mauri and Matthew “Doc” Dunn, loving early work by the band Chicago, Van Morrison vs. Bob Dylan, band chemistry and case studies like Metallica and Ramones, how musical heroes other than Lou Reed never seem to understand him, Dino and solo show news, other future plans, and much more.

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