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Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado
Jonathan Rado is one half of the duo Foxygen. He is also a producer and multi-instrumentalist who has worked on albums by Tim Heidecker, Father John Misty, Weyes Blood and Alex Cameron. Rado joins Dan Redding to discuss topics including Harmony Korine, Charlie Kaufman, The Flaming Lips, Elliott Smith, and Fleetwood Mac.
The Drums: Jonny Pierce
Jonny Pierce is the mastermind behind the indie pop band The Drums. Today on Culture Creature, Jonny shares the creative techniques he uses to shape his art and music. He also discusses The Drums’ new album, ‘Brutalism.’
Citizen's Mat Kerekes On Mortal Kombat, Queen, And Nostalgia
Mat Kerekes is the frontman of Citizen. He is also a solo artist with a new album on the way. Today on Culture Creature, Mat and Dan Redding discuss Mortal Kombat, songwriting, Slipknot, Queen and more.
Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Black Queen, Killer Be Killed)
Greg Puciato is best known as the frontman of bands including The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Black Queen. On today's episode, Greg tells Dan Redding about his new book, ‘Separate the Dawn.’ Greg and Dan also discuss Chris Cornell, ‘The Wire,’ clean eating, and more.
Alan Palomo is a multitalented musician and filmmaker who is best known for the music he makes as Neon Indian. His most recent project is a short film called ‘86’d.’ Today on Culture Creature, Alan reveals plans for a forthcoming Neon Indian album. He also discusses New York City cinema, Michael Jackson, 'Snatch,' and much more.
Madeline Kenney is an indie rock musician of many talents. She and Dan Redding spoke in 2017 and again in 2018, on the occasions of Kenney’s albums ‘Night Night At The First Landing’ and ‘Perfect Shapes.’ The subjects of conversation include misogyny in the music industry, Paul McCartney, Tame Impala, ‘side hustles’ and the gig economy, Bill Hicks, and more.