Our postal carrier brought some mail to the suburbs from you, listener. We read it, talk about it and play related music. That means Heart, the Jesus and Mary Chain, Cowboy Mouth, Martha and Bomb the Music Industry.
Welcome to Patrick’s Book Nook. Today we discuss a work by Henry Rollins, about his time with Black Flag, and another about singer Nico and her lenghty heroin addiction.
We conclude our interview with roots rocker Chuck Prophet. He talks about his time in the pioneering alt-country band Green On Red.
Our interview with Chuck Prophet continues, as the roots rocker talks about meeting Chuck Berry and being inspired by another musical pioneer on daytime TV.
We interview Chuck Prophet, a true hero of rock ‘n’ roll. He talks about Bobby Fuller, the inspiration for his new album, “Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins.”
Our Perfect Pop series continues, as guest Nate Scott makes a pick. He goes with a tune by Songs: Ohia. You’ll love it (because it’s perfect). Plus, Jim and Patrick play other selections from Nate’s playlist of “perfect songs.”
We missed the 40th anniversary of a great, great album by about two months. But Television’s “Marquee Moon” is so great that we couldn’t go without commenting on it. (Nate Scott Week, featuring Nate Scott, continues.)
The beautiful game inspires beautiful music. OK. With special guest, and former college soccer player, Nate Scott.
We revisit our love of the music of Jeff Rosenstock. His album “Worry.” was a real find in 2016. And who led us to it? Our friend Nate Scott, who ranked it as the best album of the year.
Spoon has a new album out called “Hot Thoughts.” And so we present our thoughts about this Austin indie band. Featuring good friend Nate Scott.