Naseem Khuri

Episode 278: PODJAM with Naseem Khuri (Kingsley Flood) and Sam McCormally (Fellow Creatures)

Episode 278: PODJAM with Naseem Khuri (Kingsley Flood) and Sam McCormally (Fellow Creatures)

Stop me if you've heard this one before: A podcast host, production/songwriting wizard, and a socially-conscious Americana singer walk into a basement...

For our latest episode Sam McCormally (Fellow Creatures, Ugly Purple Sweater) and Naseem Khuri (Kingsley Flood) are joining Kevin in the basement to talk about the songs that hooked them on music for life and they're downing some whiskey in the process.

In other words: Strap in kids, cuz this is gonna be one amazing podjam.


Episode 235: Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood

Episode 235: Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood

Kingsley Flood frontman Naseem Khuri has built his career writing songs about social injustice and the importance of sticking up for the "little guy"

On their latest album, Another Other, he's turning his observational acumen inwards to explore not just how we relate to others, but, more importantly, why.

Khuri joined us in the basement a week before America's historic election to talk about the new album, writing introspectively versus observationally, the band's upcoming LP release show in Washington, DC on 11/19, and much, much more. 


EPISODE 40: Interview with Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood

EPISODE 40: Interview with Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood

This week the gang takes a break so Kevin travels back in time all the way to March of 2013 to bring you an interview with Kingsley Flood front-man Naseem Khuri, who reveals the genesis and deeper meaning of his band’s music and more. Plus hear Khuri perform stripped down versions of two of Battles best tracks, “Waiting On The River To Rise” and “Sun Gonna Lemme Shine”!


INTERVIEW: Naseem Khuri of Kingsley Flood

Earlier this year DC/Boston based band Kingsley Flood relased Battles, an album that is proving to be one of 2013's best. We had the opportunity to sit down DC based lead singer Naseem Khuri in advance of their show at the 9:30 Club this week for an in depth discussion of the band's history, concept albums, what their songs mean to them,  and much much more. Plus! Solo performances of Battles tracks "Waiting On The River To Rise" and "Sun's Gonna Lemme Shine"

Don't miss Kingsley Flood opening for David Wax Musuem at the 9:30 Club THIS THURSDAY in one of the best double bills, from two of the best bands, that you're gonna see this year. Tickets are available HERE...we'll see you at the show!