Radiohead, People in Planes, Marc Broussard, and Duke Ellington/Coleman Hawkins.
I had a blast talking to Stephen Christian of Anberlin:
- Going through the origin of their name from a Radiohead song, "Everything in its Right Place"
- Being on the cover of AP Magazine
- Tooth and Nail vs Universal Republic (indie vs major label)
- the new album, New Surrender: its cover art and favorite song
- Anberlin's upcoming Fall tour and appearance on Jimmy Kimmel
Singer Gaz Jones from People in Planes was kind enough to talk to us about:
- Being on tour with Stereophonics, Welsh bands
- About their old name, Robot In The Sky sounding too familiar to "Robots in Disguise"
- New York-based Wind-Up Records label
- America vs UK culture
- The origin of the why "M'Aidez" is also in the title of their latest single, "Mayday"
Jazz columnist Dave talks about the recent album he picked up: Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins. 'Nuff said!
Credits: Special thanks to Jessi at Sneak Attack, Gina-Marie at Press Here, Matt at the Syndicate, and of course Stephen Christian, Gaz Jones, and Dave.
Bands and readers, if you would like to appear in a future episode of W♥M Radio, please drop me a line and we can schedule it.