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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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