Jessy Lanza is on Made of Things! This is one of those which are mainly crazy talk. Joe Pesci, rotary phones, spirit animals, Sumol, random memories, saying hi to Amy, Mozart on tour, isolation and what means I love you? Nônô chimes in lot on this one. Watch it or we’ll whack ya! (by “it”, we mean the episode). Also, NEW WEBSITE!
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Warning: a LOT on Wrestlemania before we get to Club Cheval.
Horsies! A club of them, that is. Club Cheval returned to Portugal in 2016. Panteros, Sam Tiba, Canblaster and Myd tell Antonio about types of discipline, where not to go, the difference between Dutch transe and Chopin… and video games: making music for them and which of them they play! Et pourquoi les mecs préfèrent les enquiquineuses? Sorry for the terrible audio quality at the end of the chat.
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Jagwars! A fantastic time hanging out with Jono, Gabriel and Jack of Jagwar Ma! We get in touch with their roots, side projects, moving to Lisbon, changing song names – and posttraumatic stress disorder. On the podcast version, thoughts on Jinder Mahal.
Flames! John Grant talks to Antonio about grim stuff: growing up in environments of little tolerance, dealing with pain, class systems in big countries and crazy people on the streets in America. Then, concepts of freedom, addiction and podcasts. And then fun stuff: remembering Madeline Kahn, speaking in Russian and doing an ad for Coca-Cola.
Wolves! Of winter, if you know your Biffy Clyro. We go back with James and Ben to talk old school Biffy and more recent Biffy. Also, thoughts on Trump/Bane, the early records and sticking together. Before that, half an hour on the Royal Rumble. You’ve been warned! This episode is in association with Altamont and Fest Mag.
Vampires! Blood (sweat), sweat (correct) and tears (actually sweat) as Jeremy and Matt endure extreme heat and a turbulent dressing room, then try to make up for it by talking to Antonio about submarines, playing with Caribou or not, green screens, Jessy Lanza, the Portuguese outside of Portugal and showing some serious air conditioner fixing skills. Later on, they reminisce about Count Floyd and SCTV – and Gentle Giant. A-ha!
Punk poetry! We get subversive with Dr. John Cooper Clarke, the legendary punk poet, who talks to Antonio about the Arctic Monkeys, the Young Ones, Reeves & Mortimer, plenty of old school rock ‘n’ roll and twats around the world! And don’t slap your mates.
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