Our friends at the Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast recently sat down with Martin Phillipps, bandleader of iconic New Zealand indie-pop outfit The Chills, backstage at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C., for a three-part interview — which you can listen to in full right here.
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Our friends at the Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast recently sat down with a man who is almost certainly the highest-ranking fan of The Replacements in the U.S. government: Tim Kaine, the U.S. senator from Virginia and former vice presidential candidate. You can now hear their conversation right here.
Our friends at the Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast had the good fortune of recently sitting down with power-pop icon Tommy Keene for a long look back at his career, an interview that now, following his unexpected death last week, serves as a memorial to the good-hearted singer-songwriter. Listen to the first two parts right now.
More shameless self-promotion: Slicing Up Eyeballs founder/editor Matt Sebastian returns to the Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast to discuss this site’s artist polls, beginning with today’s show on the best of The Cure, followed by discussions of our Smiths and R.E.M. polls later this week.
We’re thrilled today to debut a new partnership with the “Rockin’ the Suburbs” podcast that will bring exclusive, uncut versions of their interviews with musicians of the ’80s college rock era to Slicing Up Eyeballs. And who better to inaugurate the whole thing than Tommy Stinson of The Replacements.
As mentioned yesterday, Slicing Up Eyeballs founder/editor Matt Sebastian is guesting on the Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast, and following Monday’s discussion of this website and ’80s college rock, come today’s episode about “Dark Wave,” the show he hosts every week on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave channel.
Slicing Up Eyeballs founder/editor Matt Sebastian is the guest on today’s episode of the excellent Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast, a five-day-a-week show hosted by Jim Lenahan and Patrick Foster that’s billed as “two (not so) ordinary men talking about their lifelong obsessions with music.”