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Ep. #851: Mark Mothersbaugh

Mark Mothersbaugh from DEVO discusses his new hardcover art book, APOTROPAIC BEATNIK GRAFFITI, how limited eyesight helped make him a visionary, a 2020 hospital admission for COVID-19 that changed his life forever, mail art and thousands of art cards, how visual art led to the pursuit of music and DEVO’s formation, very old and very recent personal interactions with three Beatles, loving the Rolling Stones and avoiding LSD, the essay Ian Svenonius wrote for this book, the current state of devolution, what’s next for him and DEVO, other future plans, and much more.  

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Ep. #825: Dave Hill

Dave Hill discusses his endearingly insightful, heartwarming, and hilarious book, The Awesome Game – One Man’s Incredible, Globe-Crushing Hockey Odyssey, the state of hockey and reasons why basketball might be more popular, performing national anthems on electric guitars, a funny story about seeing Fugazi in Cleveland, knowing Dick Cavett, the artful awfulness of sports interviews, whether Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, and LeBron James are funny people, future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #806: The Breeders

Kelley Deal and Josephine Wiggs from the Breeders discuss Last Splash (30th Anniversary Original Analog Edition) and the making of this landmark album in 1993, Local Rabbits and Protomartyr, photo curation, archiving, and social media pros and cons, how they first came to know each other and collaborate, how the success of Last Splash impacted the band, Kelley on playing a sewing machine and making a quilt, J Mascis singing lead, things that are also in Canada, touring, writing new music, other future plans, and much more.

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