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Hey there, PPFL fans! Check out the first episode of our new fiction podcast Sugar Maple, starring Fred Savage. If you like what you hear, be sure to subscribe to hear where the story goes from here!In the series premiere, we meet our narrator,
This week, we bring you an interview with Cautious Clay. He grew up in Ohio and started playing flute and saxophone, and moved to DC for college, which is where he started making beats and producing remixes. In 2015, he did a remix of Billie Ei
This week, we bring you an interview with Cautious Clay. He grew up in Ohio and started playing flute and saxophone, and moved to DC for college, which is where he started making beats and producing remixes. In 2015, he did a remix of Billie Ei
This week's guest is Eric D. Johnson, founder of Fruit Bats and a member of the supergroup Bonny Light Horseman. The new Fruit Bats album, The Pet Parade, comes out this week. Eric grew up in Chicago, and was signed by Sup Pop in 2001 after the
This week's guest is Eric D. Johnson, founder of Fruit Bats and a member of the supergroup Bonny Light Horseman. The new Fruit Bats album, The Pet Parade, comes out this week. Eric grew up in Chicago, and was signed by Sup Pop in 2001 after the
This week, we have a conversation with singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Tash Sultana. Their new album, Terra Firma, is out now. We talked about Tash’s early musical days in Melbourne, playing in clubs and busking. In 2016,
This week, we have a conversation with singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Tash Sultana. Their new album, Terra Firma, is out now. We talked about Tash’s early musical days in Melbourne, playing in clubs and busking. In 2016,
This week's guest is Aaron Frazer, who just released his debut solo record, “Introducing…” Aaron was previously the drummer and a vocalist for the soul group Durand Jones and the Indications, which formed at Indiana University while he was in c
This week's guest is Aaron Frazer, who just released his debut solo record, “Introducing…” Aaron was previously the drummer and a vocalist for the soul group Durand Jones and the Indications, which formed at Indiana University while he was in c
This week's guest is Erika Wennerstrom, best known for her work with Heartless Bastards, which she started in Cincinnati in 2003. We talked with Erika about meeting Patrick Carney of The Black Keys and getting signed to Fat Possum, their label.
This week's guest is Erika Wennerstrom, best known for her work with Heartless Bastards, which she started in Cincinnati in 2003. We talked with Erika about meeting Patrick Carney of The Black Keys and getting signed to Fat Possum, their label.
This week, we bring you an interview with Ben Nichols of Lucero. Their new album, When You Found Me, is out now. Ben tells us about growing up in Little Rock, the Memphis rock scene that gave birth to Lucero, and the evolution of the band’s sou
This week, we bring you an interview with Ben Nichols of Lucero. Their new album, When You Found Me, is out now. Ben tells us about growing up in Little Rock, the Memphis rock scene that gave birth to Lucero, and the evolution of the band’s sou
Welcome back! In this episode, we bring you an interview with Nicki Bluhm. She tells us about the formation of her band, Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, and her musical evolution. In 2018, she released To Rise You Gotta Fall, her first as a solo
Welcome back! In this episode, we bring you an interview with Nicki Bluhm. She tells us about the formation of her band, Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, and her musical evolution. In 2018, she released To Rise You Gotta Fall, her first as a solo
This week, we bring you an interview with Dave Dederer of The Presidents of the United States of America. Dave is best known for his work with the Presidents, who soared to the top of the charts in 1995 with their self-titled album that had the
This week, we bring you an interview with Dave Dederer of The Presidents of the United States of America. Dave is best known for his work with the Presidents, who soared to the top of the charts in 1995 with their self-titled album that had the
This week’s Past, Present, Future, Live! features New Orleans trailblazers The Soul Rebels, whose eight-piece brass ensemble continues to push the boundaries of New Orleans' musical tradition. We talk with The Soul Rebels founder and drummer Lu
This week’s Past, Present, Future, Live! features New Orleans trailblazers The Soul Rebels, whose eight-piece brass ensemble continues to push the boundaries of New Orleans' musical tradition. We talk with The Soul Rebels founder and drummer Lu
This week’s Past, Present, Future, Live! features an intimate conversation and performance with Drew Holcomb, songwriter and frontman for Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors. Born and raised in Memphis, Drew built a committed following through years
This week’s Past, Present, Future, Live! features an intimate conversation and performance with Drew Holcomb, songwriter and frontman for Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors. Born and raised in Memphis, Drew built a committed following through years
Today we’re bringing you a bonus episode! This is an interview with Ben Carr, who performs under the name Carrtoons. Ben is a bassist and producer, and he just released an album called Saturday Morning. His use of beats and samples, combined wi
Today we’re bringing you a bonus episode! This is an interview with Ben Carr, who performs under the name Carrtoons. Ben is a bassist and producer, and he just released an album called Saturday Morning. His use of beats and samples, combined wi
This week, we bring you an interview with Kevin McKeown of Black Pistol Fire.Kevin and his future bandmate Eric Owen met in Canada in elementary school, and took a slightly winding road to Austin, Texas, where they’d eventually form Black Pisto
This week, we bring you an interview with Kevin McKeown of Black Pistol Fire.Kevin and his future bandmate Eric Owen met in Canada in elementary school, and took a slightly winding road to Austin, Texas, where they’d eventually form Black Pisto
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