Colin Stetson

Episode 279: Tenderheart - Sam Outlaw

Episode 279: Tenderheart - Sam Outlaw

"The Best of xyz..." lists always kinda suck, but recently the Fader published a list that hit close to home...and was way off base. Marcus (Dowling) and Eduardo join Kevin in the basement to shed some light on the "DC scene" in 2017, and spread some tough love for the city that we love and call home.

Sam Outlaw had a solid career in advertising, but after turning 30 decided to throw it all away and take up music. With his second full-length Tenderheart under his belt, the "California country" singer is spreading tender vibes to listeners across the world. Is it the real deal, or is it just LA artifice? We're digging in to find out.

PLUS! Saxophonist supreme Colin Stetson is back with a wild new album, and we've got it's latest single for you to get weird with.


Episode 182: Colin Stetson - Sorrow

Episode 182: Colin Stetson - Sorrow

Henryk Gorecki's 3rd Symphony, often referred to as the Symphony of Sorrow, is one of the most popular pieces of classical music ever composed and with good reason. Sonically dense, and often brutally minimalist in construction. 

In other words a perfect fit for saxophonist Colin Stetson's frequently off-kilter sensibilities.

WIth little help from friends like Sarah Neufeld (Arcade Fire) and Greg Fox (Liturgy), Stetson has crafted a work that is as reverent of the original as it is audacious. Colin Stetson's Sorrow is music for grown ups that challenges, moves, and satisfies in the way few pieces can

Join us along with our friends Chad Clark (Beauty Pill) and Louis Weeks as we dive deep into this stirring modern classic from one of the most versatile and innovative artists working today. 


Episode 115: Brown Bird - Axis Mundi / Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld - Never Were The Way She Was

Episode 115: Brown Bird - Axis Mundi / Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld - Never Were The Way She Was

This week on the podcast, we’re still talking about TIDAL, questionable streaming service Grooveshark bites the dust, and DC finally has their very big-time music festival. Will Landmark save the mall or unleash hordes of angry custies upon our nation’s capital? PLUS!!! We review the heartbreaking final album from Rhode Island’s Brown Bird, and take a trip into the surreal with the latest from sax-man Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld (Arcade Fire). It’s the only podcast you’ll hear this that features a Henrietta Porkchop – it’s Episode 115 of ChunkyGlasses: The Podcast.