Kieran and I are back to podcasting business, with plenty of new music to talk about. We focused on Japanese Breakfast, Tyler, The Creator, Daphni, a retrospective look at The Clientele's debut album The Violet Hour and much more.
Get the full run down of what's going on in this episode over on The 405, or just listen and enjoy below.
I had a lovely chat with Berlin-based Scotsman Claude Speeed all about the weird and wonderful elements and influences at play on his brilliant and experiential new album Infinity Ultra. Read up over on The 405.
We made a second episode of our podcast! This adheres to what will be our normal structure; discussing recent news, recent album releases, some articles we liked, and delving back to a retrospective look at an older album. This episode we discussed Vince Staples, Jay-Z, Broken Social Scene and looked back at Arcade Fire's Neon Bible. Listen below and head to The 405 to get the links to the things we talk about and the full credits of the clips used.
- Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic has re-emerged as Art Feynman; read my review of his album Blast Off Through The Wicker over on The 405.
I started a podcast with my friend/colleague Kieran Devlin on The 405. It's all about music (obviously). In the first episode we discussed our favourite releases of the year so far. Listen below, and make sure to subscribe. More details about the clips used can be found on The 405.