Part 3 of our interview with Ryan Miller of Guster, backstage at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. He talks about his other endeavors, including two video series in Vermont, and the need for bands to release special-edition vinyl these days.
Part 2 of our interview with Ryan Miller of Guster, backstage at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. He talks about one of their more ambitious new songs and the band’s relationship with its fans.
We talk with Ryan Miller of pop-rock band Guster – a fan favorite since the ’90s and still going strong – backstage at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. Dig it.
In January, Patrick was digging new music by Vampire Weekend and Hank Wood & the Hammerheads. Plus, a Bobbie Gentry cover by Mercury Rev with Lucinda Williams.
In January, Jim was digging new music by Nashville’s Faux Ferocious and Amsterdam’s Pip Blom. Plus, a Queen cover by the Regrettes.
And finally, it’s Jim’s turn to showcase his favorites of 2018. Favorite album: “Tell me How you Really Feel” by Courtney Barnett. Favorite song: “Oom Sha La La” by Haley Heynderickx.
It’s Patrick’s turn to talk about his favorites of 2018, including No Age’s “Snares Like a Haircut,” Sons of Kemet’s “Your Queen is a Reptile” and “Hey Saturday Night” by the Coup (feat. Tune-Yards).
It’s a Suburbs Pod intern edition of our 2018 favorite albums series. Correspondence intern Matt Windeler digs “More or Less” by Dan Mangan. And Intern Sam Lisker picks “Heaven and Earth” by Kamasi Washington.
More straggler calls, including Mackensi Crenshaw of Michigan (Joey Dosik’s “Inside Voice”) and Ken Wadsworth of Kentucky (The Xcerts’ “Hold on to Your Heart”).
We extend our listener favorites series to pick up some stragglers. Paul Trap of Omaha NE stops by the basement to talk about Illuminati Hotties’ “Kiss Yr Frenemies” album. And even better than that, he tells his Justin Timberlake story!