Old 97’s frontman Rhett Miller is ageless. Or at least that’s how he looks. That said, his boyish good looks belie his sage demeanor. This conversation illustrates that fact, with plenty of discussion about songwriting, life, meditation, and Peter Buck.
Death Cab for Cutie bassist Nick Harmer talks about the past and how it relates to the band’s present — and how it doesn’t. Music supervisor Thomas Golubic reveals why his dad was both a good and bad parent, which were for the exact same reasons.
Kurt Vile reveals his ultimate professional goal and discusses the first time he realized music could be his life. Comedian and director Bobcat Goldthwait talks about being a real-life Forrest Gump. Sort of.
Open Mike Eagle talks about how he got into the rap game and the importance of pulling back the curtain on the music industry. Former WWE world champ Mick Foley discusses an unlikely source of inspiration for his in-ring insanity.
Garage rocker King Khan talks about mirth, mayhem, magma, and meditation. You’ll also hear a live set from The King Khan and BBQ Show recorded at KEXP in Seattle. Plus graphic designer Aaron Draplin talks about getting rid of classic rock ears.