Aired 1 year ago 1:35
david gray Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
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Aired 9 months ago 47:09
David Gray Makes Music In Technicolor
On his new album "Gold In a Brass Age", David Gray's voice still sounds as glorious, distinct and beautiful as it did when he broke through the mainstream with 1998's "White Ladder". But the sounds surrounding Gray's voice, both natural and digital, have grown like ivy winding over bricks, adding depth and color to his songs in new ways. That's thanks in large part to the sophisticated imagination and detailed devotion of producer Ben de Vries, who joins Gray in the live performances sprinkled throughout this interview. Gray's last release was a "Best Of" record in 2016. He tells the Cafe's Talia Schlanger about how curating that collection influenced the creative process on his latest record. And Gray discusses his first artistic career â€“ as a painter, and how extremely nervous he used to get about showing his art.
Aired 8 months ago 29:26
Among other releases, March sees the return of early noughties hit-makers Dido and David Gray. The two sold millions of records back in 2000 but can they replicate that success in 2019? Robert Bound is joined in the studio by Liv Siddall and Will Hodgkinson to discuss and round up some other albums theyâ€™re enjoying this month.
Aired 5 months ago 98:29
New hysteria? Climate Apartheid! | Guest: Michael Johnson | 6/26/19
Hour 1: Big tech getting too cozy with world governments. Jeffy stops by with pictures of the damage to his house. The NSA is still collecting your phone records and texts Hour 2: It's Democratic debate time! Yay!! Eric Swalwell is a very sad, little man. Yummy meat is in the studio from Cooper's Meat Market Title: New hysteria? Climate Apartheid! | Guest: Michael Johnson | 6/26/19 Season: 2019 Episode: 124