Return guest Kurt Vile joins us for an all-new episode of the Transmissions podcast. Joining host Jason P. Woodbury, Vile shares thoughts on the new record, unpacks what he learned during the pandemic, reflects on working with producer Rob Schnapf, digs into his favorite Bruce Springsteen deep cuts, and offers musings on Neil Young, Kesha, and Sun Ra.
Earlier this week the troubadour released the mini-doc Bottle Back, capturing footage of Vile and co. hunkered down at a verdant and remote homestead in the Catskills, NY. Featured players include guitar-guru Matt Sweeney and the ever-awesome Canadian group, the Sadies.
Happy Halloween and welcome to the October edition of the Transmissions podcast. Hope you enjoyed our bonus podcast episode, featuring AD’s Halloween mix. If you haven’t heard it, check your […]
On Kurt Vile’s guitar epic “Bassackwards,” a highlight from the Philadelphia singer/songwriter’s newly released seventh album Bottle It In, Vile sings about “chilling out/but with a very drifting mind.” That […]
It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. See, Philadelphia songwriter Kurt Vile has a way of saying things — understated phrases just tumble from his mouth, hovering […]
Wakin on a Pretty Daze is Philly rocker Kurt Vile’s 5th solo LP and new best. It is marked by maturity, craft, and confidence, evidence that Vile successfully cannibalized all the parts of his […]
Clocking in at 9+ minutes, while effortlessly retaining its coziness, this unexpected dose of new Kurt Vile marks the first taste from his forthcoming LP, Wakin on a Pretty Daze, […]