On the uncreative nature of recording
In this week’s episode Dan and Tony talk about Ozzy Osbourne’s penchant for encouraging fan-suicide, the thoroughly uncreative nature of recording, and the psychological effects of doing the work without getting the reward.
On music on television
Dan and Tony talk about days of yore when bands made appearances on sitcoms, and the current age of music in commercials. Bands are now shameless about being featured in ads – does this allow musicians to support their art, or is it kinda gross? Arguments ensue. They also discuss commissions and patrons and grants.
Dan and Tony catch up after the holidays. They discuss Star Wars spoilercasts, family Christmas, and not taking Ubers. Also they discuss farting for a long time. But mainly they discuss the various types of people at festivals.