The finest interview/discussion show on music and musicians that mean a whole hell of a lot to certain people. Why we do what we do?, Rocker ennui, amusing anecdotes, and incredible rock music that does not forget to rock.
Evan and Jon from Lords of Sealand come into the studio to speak about Found Fiction their new ep/lp. Additionally Conan paraphrases the “mclusky” benefit rather ineptly, there is talk of viewmasters, flavored coffee, lyrics and profitsharing systems, the spotted dick and Bono sneaking music onto iphones. DJ ambitious wordplay suggests you give it a listen.
00:00:00 Tilts – Ozark Bowtie
00:06:26 christian fitness – aghast, anon, anew
00:09:42 shellac – dude incredible
00:15:38 Feeling Gravity’s Pull – The Committee to Keep Death Permanent
00:18:44 Talk with Evan Gritzon and Jon Illum from Lords of Sealand
Conan paraphrases the “mclusky” benefit rather ineptly, nostalgia, etc. Scottish independence.
The wrath of Con, “giving this ‘record thing’ up’. The Crux vs. Big Crux, viewmasters, etc.
The story behind “found fiction”.
00:42:19 Lords of Sealand – Salty Gear
00:45:42 Lords of Sealand – Architect
00:48:07 back with Evan and Jon, Conan steals Brenna’s headphones. Musical takes on things, Lords of Sealand is hard to describe. Storytelling Forest Rock?, Evan rejects Conan’s description completely. Flavored coffee. Lyrics and profitsharing systems, charity, etc. Bloodhag and libraries, recording in isolation
01:04:45 Lords of Sealand – King With No Hands
01:09:29 Burn Permits – The Jerk
01:12:12 Dead Rider – New Eyes
01:14:55 palpableness and the spotted dick, heard at a renfest, Jon spotted dick exclusive
skit tracks, people still love the “idea of Conan” on Spotify, Bono sneaking U2 songs onto iphones
01:39:15 The Book-Burners – Come Home
01:43:05 Lords of Sealand – Brittle Bones
01:46:56 Hitting the post-post, DJ Ambitious Wordplay, Camus. plugs and wrap up.
01:52:00 Shellac – The End of Radio
01:52:59 Surprise post show call from Torrey Neutron
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