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The 5049 Podcast is a weekly interview show hosted by composer/clarinetist Jeremiah Cymerman, broadcast from the Lower East Side of New York City to the Web every Monday morning. Each week Jeremiah sits down with a musician to talk music, life, art, philosophy and s**t. Lots of s**t. Join us each Monday morning.

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The 5049 Podcast is a weekly interview show hosted by composer/clarinetist Jeremiah Cymerman, broadcast from the Lower East Side of New York City to the Web every Monday morning. Each week Jeremiah sits down with a musician to talk music, life, art, philosophy and s**t. Lots of s**t. Join us each Monday morning.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Pete Papa di Leni ,

Essential discussions about experimental NYC music

These episdoes are always great listening - informative and impassioned discussions about the creative life and struggle from musicians who are pushing the musical envelope and turning their backs on mainstream culture. As an artist rather than a musician, I've found each and every one of these chats inspiring. The early episodes feature more musicians from the Tzadik/Zorn scene, later episodes (from after Jeremiah's podcast sabbatical) feature musicians that usually I've never heard of (being stuck in the countryside ouside London) but am always glad to hear, check out and follow.

An hour or so never really seems enough of these erudite, eye/ear-opening conversations from deep in the Lower East Side's experimental outsider soul.

It's just really good - week after week. And anyone new to it has hours and hours and hours of good stuff to catch up on.

generalinternetname90 ,

huwvwilliams

Very inspiring podcast, amazing to hear about all the musicians work and also sometimes the darker side of the musician's lifestyle. Also, the ocasional food mention is great!

Play pics ,

American Jazz Enthusiasts Must Listen

Long form (roughly an hour or so) interviews/ conversations with MANY contemporary American jazz practitioners. A wealth of material. Hugely enjoyable and interesting.
Thanks to Jerimiah for putting this together.

My only minor complaint is that I wish the host were slightly more sensitive to letting the interviewees talk. He often interjects with his own opinions or stories, which in itself would be welcome, but it is often at the expense of the interviewee having the freedom and space to finish what they are talking about freely.

Nonetheless, I’m loving this podcast. Many thanks!

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