Sounds Familiar #3: Greg Hanson of King Pizza Records

This week my guest is Greg Hanson; show promoter, sometimes-drummer, and head of the Brooklyn tape label King Pizza Records. He was kind enough to have me over to his place on a warm October evening to talk about growing up in the suburbs of NYC, film school in Boston, booking and playing Brooklyn shows over the last decade, striving to create a community, and how to be okay with taking care of yourself.

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#1939: Stray

As the temperature drops I’m eager for the warmth of vinyl. Here’s a mix of old school love songs plus a slew of new tracks from Stolen Body Records and more. Get heated!

Every Thursday at noon EST on The Face Radio.
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#1938: Raising Kids In The End of Times

The world seems to be on a slowly accelerating burn toward some kind of crisis and it can feel stressful. Plus it’s dark as hell at 5pm already and man, I need a little aural therapy, so here it is! Featuring brand new music from The Giraffes and the Membranes and mix of older gems and modern psych to help get you through another week. Stiff upper lip, kids!

Every Thursday at noon EST on The Face Radio.
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Sounds Familiar #2: Cinema Cinema

This week my guests are Ev Gold and Paul Claro, Brooklyn-born cousins who make up the heavy-experimental duo Cinema Cinema. We met up over the summer to talk about growing up in south Brooklyn, playing gigs in what’s known these days as “Old New York,” how formats have changed over the years, and, of course, their favorite music.

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Sounds Familiar #1: Ann Courtney

On the inaugural episode of Sounds Familiar my guest is Ann Courtney; singer/songwriter of NYC staple Mother Feather. Ann and I sat down back in July to talk about the ups and downs of being a creative performer, how NYC’s music scene has changed in the last twenty years, what music’s been turning us on and a lot more.

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#1935: Good Health

They’re tearing up the entire sidewalk on my block and I can’t help but feel like that’s a snapshot of the wider world these days. So here’s some music to help push through to the other side, featuring vintage gems and new releases from Life, The Sh-Booms, Strange Majik, Magic Shoppe, Tombstones In Their Eyes, Weird Owl, ¿Que Asco?, The Hussy and more more more.

Enjoy, tell a friend, and hang on tight!

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