Never let it be said that I cannot share my creative process. After doing 99% of the work on the first six episodes of Magic Junk Radio, I decided to take in a group of refugees last month.
I promptly gave them each a laptop and some headphones, and put them to work in my digital studio with a simple direction: "Make music that sounds like the lovechild of TV Theme Songs and Kid A."
I'm kidding of course. But I have finally gotten a "sidekick" so to speak. I think the results have turned out quite wonderfully and I hope she continues her contribution as long as the podcast goes on — which probably won't be for much longer, since change is always omnipresent. So it goes.
If you've haven't tuned in before, MJR can best be described as an all-original eclectic maelstrom of sounds, voices, and samples. #7 travels a little further down the rabbithole of life's purpose. It clocks in at another all-time high 37:15 — with the funk riffs, hard rock beats, and pop culture samples you're used to. We even try doing a spontaneous segment like normal podcasters do.
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Content of Tables:
God Eat God
Sugar Smacks Fairy
Toucan Sam On Speed
The God-Drone Spectrum
Stop Keeping Score
Breaking The Fast
WKRP in Sin City
Live at the S-Rod Lounge