Musicians give their top 5 favorite books and explore how their literary histories have shaped their songwriting. Moderated by Steve Zimmer + James Keogh.
Episode 3 - Frank Turner08/04/2016 Duração: 31min
In this episode, we were very excited to talk to the tireless British punk band leader Frank Turner about his recently released book “The Road Beneath My Feet,” how George Orwell kept him sane in primary school, the difficulties in talking about songwriting, his upcoming “history album,” and much, much more. The “Mittens” EP, featuring the title track and four other songs, is available now online via Xtra Mile Records: https://goo.gl/Gmy87u
Episode 2 - Lauren Denitzio (Worriers)09/03/2016 Duração: 36min
In episode 2, we were lucky to talk to Lauren Denitzio of the Brooklyn punk band Worriers about Margaret Atwood, connecting with literature about depression and outsiders, how your favorite books are always the ones you read fifteen years ago and much more. If you like what you hear, please tell your friends, and subscribe to us on whatever podcast apparatus you use! This episode was recorded at Routine. Thanks again to Aaron for letting us use the space!
Episode 1 - James Alex (Beach Slang)18/01/2016 Duração: 50min
In the inaugural episode of Hooked On Stereophonics, we talk to James Alex, frontman of fuzzed-out soft-hearted dirty punk band Beach Slang, about The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Bukowski, the importance of an artist's "trash period," and much more. Editor's note: This episode was recorded live backstage at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn before a Beach Slang show. For the first ten minutes, you can hear bits of Field Mouse's soundcheck in the background that we were not able to edit out. Sorry! Beach Slang's new album, "The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us," is available now via Polyvinyl Records: http://bit.ly/1P3zRN3