Bean… s! Sunflower Bean! Julia, Jacob and Nick are on this episode of Made of Things. “Human Ceremony” was Antonio’s number 1 pick for album of the year in 2016 so they speak about the record, apologizing about the weather, being fans of classics, the year 2013, which music to give to your children, how many shows they’ve played and being the coolest!
photo: Nônô Noxx
Chill! Our old friend Howe Gelb is on Made of Things for the first time. Howe takes Antonio down to his preferred energy level. They speak about “Future Standards”, but also food, DNA testing, North vs South, Glastonbury vs Primavera Sound, options in moving to Portugal, the core of existence with Leslie Feist and understanding Leonard Cohen.
photo: Nônô Noxx
Games! The lovely Captain Sensible of punk rock legends The Damned talks to Antonio at Reverence Valada about beer, wine, football, playing in Portugal for the first time, penis-shaped cakes, writing the theme to Sensible Soccer and the game itself (quite a lot, actually), Captain’s favorite games, the future with The Damned, being on The Young Ones, Machine Gun Etiquette, being gaseous on stage and – unrelated – flies.
Querem conversas aleatórias acerca de nada em particular? Está aqui uma, mesmo debaixo do vosso nariz – snif snif. Moullinex e Xinobi acrescentam ao cânone de disparates connosco, numa espécie de antevisão do Super Bock Super Rock deste ano, em que celebram o décimo aniversário da Discotexas. Preparem-se! Era para ser só em podcast, mas decidimos passar para vídeo, porque isto é ouro (ou outro metal precioso que preferirem) – portanto passem pelo YouTube para ver o podcast, mas com bonecos.
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.
Movies! Kick ass band Unsane join Antonio at Primavera Sound last year for a cool hang. Vincent, Chris and Dave teach Antonio about the most unwelcome cross between wrestling and women, but also talk about bumping into people around the world, the band’s gruesome album covers and other heavy stuff, the Evil Dead and lots of other gory suggestions. Also, at the end AND exclusively on the podcast version, Vinnie gives his insight on the bands that were around Unsane!
Snakes! Of the hot persuasion. We go back with the outstanding Drive Like Jehu and take look at the US elections (because they hadn’t happened yet) at Primavera Sound 2016 in Porto. John, Mike and Rick talk to Antonio about healthcare, but also getting back together and becoming young conductors. Also, check the video version on YouTube for some juicy live footage of an awesome show.