Our episode of From the Basement (also featuring Foster the People) is live now and available to stream. It was really an honor to work in Nigel Godrich’s studio, and we’re proud of how it turned out.
Part 1 features Pushing the River and Breaking the Yearlings (at 11 minutes in); Part 2 is You as You Were and Insolence (at 6 minutes in). Unfortunately it appears that they only allow this to be streamed from the US.
In other news: as of today, we have only two US shows left this year. Europe, we’re coming for you next.
Great hang last night with an old friend and continuing inspiration. (JM) ... See MoreSee Less
Aldous AngsteinTalked to him briefly at a 'Swans' gig (also at a Bill Callahan gig), very warm and very, very talented guy.22 hours ago · 2
Matthew Robert ArnaudonThor's drumming and percussion on those (very) early SW records is magic. Things really started pumping at Whipping Boy. One of my favourites.1 day ago · 4
Maxatron TubemanAmazing memories of you two and Kimberly on stage. Some of the most intense shows I have ever seen.23 hours ago · 3
We thought you guys might enjoy this. The less dominant one cracks me up. (EL/JM) ... See MoreSee Less
This video describes a typical feeding session of my toads. They are pretty lively.
Valerie SchmitExtremely entertaining, I am somewhat embarassed to say. 🐸 (all the necessary emotions, including anxiety about whether the small one will get enough...!)2 days ago · 2
Scott DuncanAwesome! These beautiful beings, anoetic consciousness, and so hilariously competitive!2 days ago
Jinji WillinghamI could watch it over and over again -- and have several times. Better deadpans than Buster Keaton. So glum. And their timing is priceless. Less dominant but faaaast and an indignant sense of piteous protest: more human? Thanks for sharing.1 day ago