Episode 124: Eli Caterer of Smoking Popes (2 of 5 interviews exploring the whole band and record Born To Quite originally released in 1994) talks to us about being the youngest brother, the parents music collection, Speedstick into Smoking Popes, dynamics of brothers in a band, association with Solid Sound Studios and Phill Bonnet, the artwork behind Born To Quit, plus much much Eli More.
ON GEAR BUDS PODCAST
pelican, rlyr, tusk, and others
Episode 123: Trevor Shelley de Brauw from Pelican, RLYR, Tusk and others talks to us about The Fireside Bowl and Brian Peterson, Cultivating an audience and what becomes of the band/audience relationship in an instrumental band, An intuitive approach and translating emotions through music, The Weasel connection and other influences, How do you remember all those parts!, Improvisation in music, Being genuine and the inspiration that punk can achieve at its best, plus much much more and metal more.
RYLR's new album
Pelican at Bandcamp
Episode 122: Josh Caterer of Smoking Popes (1 of 5 interviews exploring the whole band and record Born To Quite originally released in 1994) talks to us about Born To Quit and then things spiral off into multiple directions at once including Producer Phil Bonnet and onward into Jerry Finn, Crooner or Poet or both or none, The structures of Old Standards, Irony and National Guilt, The Self and Others, The arduous journey to the songwriting of Pretty Pathetic, the yearning and the path to God, plus much much lofty, friendly, kindly, and laughable more much more.
Episode 121: Danny Dunlap of Gentlemen Rogues, The Fall Collection, and JILL talks to us about Houston and The Axiom, Is Danny a Failure, his first band JILL, songwriting compared to novel writing, The Fall Collection and his debilitating days of arthritis, the brilliance of Erasure's Vince Clarke, opening for Bob Mould, and much much Dunlap more.
Danny On Little Steven's Underground Garage
Gentlemen Rogues Website
The Fall Collection Bandcamp
Gentlemen Rogues Bandcamp
FUDGETUNNEL, GORE GORE GIRLS, UNDERDOG RECORDS, DASHING MARBLES
Episode 120: Russ Forster of Underdog Records, Fudgetunnel, Gore Gore Girls, Spongetunnel and Dashing Marbles talks to us about Chicago Venue Batteries Not Included and getting banned, Finding Unusual Bands in Bargain Bins, Influence from The Fleshtones, Decline Of The Western Civilization, Albini's Basement, The Fireside Bowl and the 8-Track Mind and much much russ more!
Russ Forster Bandcamp