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Ep105: Tim Midyett (Silkworm, Bottomless Pit, Mint Mile)

20-11-2017

Ep105: Tim Midyett (Silkworm, Bottomless Pit, Mint Mile)


Good hello, and welcome to another episode of Protonic Reversal! Today's EXTENDED episode features our in-studio guest, Tim Midyett (of Mint Mile, Bottomless Pit, Silkworm etc.) Our wide-ranging discussion features topics like:

-the Gerry Todd Show
-The Dancing Imperative
-12-string baritone guitars
-baritones: not guitars, not basses
-Tablecloth lint
-not actually sounding like Pavement or much of anything else
-100% vibe
-a band in a room, playing together at the same time
-the combination of people can be more than the sum of the parts
-solo vs. band
-Tim's Electric Banjo Jamboree
-the incidental concept record: Firewater
-dealing with bullshit in various ways
-Missoula, MT
-Matador Records
-delineating between projects
-Justin the excellent pedal steel player
-Not interfering with what the band brings to the songs
-getting pickier
-taking all the most rocking songs off the album
-Steve Albini's instincts are the opposite of commercial
-Modesto is terrible
-coming from the big city with real amps
-it's better to be able to find your community with the internet than it was before, pretty much
-SWA
-Seattle in 1991
-no offense to Cat Butt
-the touring years
-easing back on touring to keep the band alive
-The Bottomless Pit of Partying
-learning bass via post-punk
-abstract album cover design indicating the contents
-New Order dealing with being of Joy Division
-putting the off topic song on the EP that's otherwise all about fucking
-the three good clubs in the world
-breaking up the band
-changing strings
-how Andy fixed Doug Martsch's guitar
-Midyett Rub and Tim's turkey tips
-the multiple Silkworm tribute bands and the amazing skills of Chris, Chris and Evan
-if no one cared when you started, no one will care if you don't stop
-a weird sloppy mix of Neil Young and speed metal
-”Man, that's great, good for me.”

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