Welcome to the newly expanded Audiography!
In this edition, we recap music’s biggest news, and review the latest releases from Tennis, A Place to Bury Strangers, and Cursive. We also sit down with Erika Wennerstrom, leader of Austin, TX-based Heartless Bastards, and discuss the making of their new album The Arrow, how she re-focused after ending a longterm relationship, what it was like working with Spoon drummer Jim Eno, and how the Beatles and Thin Lizzy make appearances of sorts on the album.
01. Tennis – “Petition”, High Road
02. A Place To Bury Strangers – “Onwards to the Wall”, “Drill It Up”
03. Cursive – “The Sun and Moon”, “Wowowow”
04. Heartless Bastards – Parted Ways, Got To Have Rock & Roll, Simple Feeling
Audiography Episode 027 – “Heartless Bastards”
Written and produced by Len Comaratta, Alex Young, Adam Kivel, David DiLillo and Nick Freed
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