62 A Place to Bury Strangers

Strangers! A place to bury them, that is. A Place to Bury Strangers are on Made of Things! Oliver, Dion and John talk to Antonio at Reverence last year about the weather, shows that aren’t quite booked, how Portugal is the foremost thing, which animals to protect (spoiler: most), tough shit, Serena Maneesh, destroying venues and the most intense bands ever.

a place to bury strangers: oliver ackermann, antonioa place to bury strangers: dion, john, oliver, antonio

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49 Tortoise: John Herndon & fistula round 2

Tortoises! We get the awesome John Herndon on this episode of Made of Things at Primavera Sound last year. John talks to Antonio about the feel of playing in Tortoise, being a fan of Dinosaur Jr, David Essex impressions, massaging grandmothers and Kiss movies. Also, we get weirdly interrupted on the podcast version and dad deals with fistula again.

tortoise: antonio, john herndon

 

33 Mudhoney: Mark Arm, Steve Turner

Mudhoney bears! Mark and Steve (for a bit) of Mudhoney join Antonio for a really fun time. They talk about starting up, going to parties with young kids, the grunge scene or whatever, fuzz boxes, the Judgment Night soundtrack, and also come up with some new and riveting rock mythology.

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17 Mac McCaughan (Superchunk, Merge Records)

Mac McCaughan has been completely awesome for at least 25 years and such is proven by the new episode of the Made of Things podcast, where Antonio and friend Rodrigo Nogueira from the Até Tenho Amigos Que São podcast talk with Mac in Lisbon. A lot of ground is covered – perfect for covering ground -, anywhere from food, teen angst, Superchunk, Portastatic, comedy such as The Best Show and Mac’s personal tastes! We hope that some background noise in the early minutes won’t detract you from what is an absolute pleasure of a conversation! Don’t miss out on these funtimes!

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Antonio and Mac McCaughan