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"lindsay jordan" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay jordan" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Sonic record one of the <Speech_Male> best of the year. <Speech_Male> And so these <Speech_Male> kind of late in the <Speech_Male> year albums <Speech_Male> kind of critically speaking <Speech_Male> run the risk of getting <Speech_Male> lost in the shuffle. And <Speech_Male> one that jumped out at me that <Speech_Male> came out at the beginning of <Speech_Male> November is by a band <Speech_Male> called snail mail. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> kind of a <Speech_Male> rising indie rock <Speech_Male> band led by a singer <Speech_Male> named Lindsay Jordan <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> has been a really, really <Speech_Male> good band, but really <Speech_Male> levels up <Speech_Male> on this album <Speech_Male> and my fear is <Speech_Male> that it somehow gonna get <Speech_Male> lost because it <Speech_Male> came out too late in the <Speech_Male> year. Let's actually <Speech_Music_Male> hear a little <SpeakerChange> bit of the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> song Valentine. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> As you can hear the <Speech_Music_Male> dream of the 90s is <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> alive and a lot of <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> The Rock music that <Speech_Male> is coming out right now. <Speech_Male> I think this is <Speech_Male> one of the best rock records of <Speech_Male> the year. I think it's a huge <Speech_Male> leap forward for <Speech_Male> this band, which is <Speech_Male> kind of ban on one of <Speech_Male> these like next big <Speech_Male> things lists for <Speech_Male> a long time. <Speech_Male> But this record <Speech_Male> manages to be <Speech_Male> slick and <Speech_Male> warm at <Speech_Male> the same time while still <Speech_Male> just like <Speech_Male> pulling out some art. <Speech_Male> If you want to see the video <Speech_Male> for Valentine, <SpeakerChange> it <Speech_Male> is brutal and bloody <Speech_Male> and very arty. <Speech_Male> So that's what's making me happy <Speech_Male> this week is this <Speech_Male> great rock record that just <Speech_Male> came out that I don't want <Speech_Male> to get lost in the shuffle. <Speech_Male> The album <SpeakerChange> is called Valentine <Speech_Female> by snail <Speech_Female> mail. Thank you <Speech_Female> very much, Steven Thompson. <Speech_Female> So you know <Speech_Female> me, you know I <Speech_Female> like a cooking <Speech_Female> YouTube channel <Speech_Female> and recently <Speech_Female> I have been greatly <Speech_Female> enjoying the <Speech_Female> YouTube channel for <Speech_Female> epicurious. <Speech_Female> If you know epicurious, <Speech_Female> they're kind of one of the <Speech_Female> recipe center <Speech_Female> sorts of services, <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> also they have this really <Speech_Female> cool YouTube channel. <Speech_Female> And I want to shout out <Speech_Female> to kind of related <Speech_Female> series that they have that <Speech_Female> I enjoy very much. <Speech_Female> One is <Speech_Female> a <Speech_Female> regular at home <Speech_Female> cook <Speech_Female> and a <Silence> professional <Speech_Female> chef <Speech_Female> put together the <Speech_Female> ingredients that they would <Speech_Female> use to make something, <Speech_Female> whether it's like, <Speech_Female> you know, roast <Speech_Female> chicken dinner or <Speech_Female> macaroni cheese <Speech_Female> or something like that. <Speech_Female> And of course, the professional <Speech_Female> chef will have <Speech_Female> $250 <Speech_Female> worth of ingredients in the <Speech_Female> home chef will have <Speech_Female> $15 <Speech_Female> worth of ingredients. And then <Speech_Female> they'll swap. <Speech_Female> And then they cook with <Speech_Female> each other's ingredients <Speech_Female> and the home chef <Speech_Female> also uses instructions <Speech_Female> that come <Speech_Female> from the professional <Speech_Female> chef and the professional <Speech_Female> chef <Speech_Female> tries to <Speech_Female> dress up <Speech_Female> the ingredients that <Speech_Female> they got from the home chef. <Speech_Female> But even <Speech_Female> more, I am a <Speech_Female> fan of <Speech_Female> one <Speech_Female> that they refer <Speech_Female> to as four levels <Speech_Female> of chefs. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> they basically have <Speech_Female> a beginner chef <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> intermediate chef, a <Speech_Female> professional chef and then <Speech_Female> the fourth level is a food <Speech_Female> scientist. <Speech_Female> And so you follow <Speech_Female> all three of these people <Speech_Female> while they make their version <Speech_Female> of whatever this thing <Speech_Female> is. And then the food <Speech_Female> scientist comes in at <Speech_Female> the end and explains, <Speech_Female> here's why these <Speech_Female> things come out differently. <Speech_Female> Here's what the differences <Speech_Female> are. <Speech_Female> And what I love about <Speech_Female> this series is it's <Speech_Female> not <Speech_Female> intended to say <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> food that's made by <Speech_Female> the basic <Speech_Female> level chef is bad. <Speech_Female> It's <Speech_Female> just meant to say <Speech_Female> as you work harder <Speech_Female> and put more work into <Speech_Female> food that you make. <Speech_Female> Here is how it <Speech_Female> changes. And <Speech_Female> often the result is <Speech_Female> like, they're all good. <Speech_Female> They're all fine. <Speech_Female> But as <Speech_Female> you put in more effort, <Speech_Female> here's how it's different. <Speech_Female> What really <Speech_Female> sells these series is <Speech_Female> the people have lovely <Speech_Female> and funny personalities. <Speech_Female> They're all <Speech_Female> really friendly and they all kind <Speech_Female> of have gotten to know <Speech_Female> each other.

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"lindsay jordan" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay jordan" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Valentine, the song we're hearing from it is the closing cut. It's called Mia. And back to talk about it, and one other album out today that we're loving this contributor is Serena turo sais. Hey, Robin. Snail mail, the music of Lindsey Jordan. This is her sophomore album. Her second full length. For fans of her debut, lush in 2018, this one has fewer guitars and overall, I thought, I don't know, it gets loud at some points, but kind of a downcast record. Yeah, Lindsay Jordan was about 19 when she released her debut album lush, which was kind of about teenage crushes and growing up. And she said a lot of growing up since then, you know, when she was touring that record, she realized that she had turned 20 years old and was still singing about things that happened several years ago and at that point in her life, like three years makes a really big difference in terms of emotional maturity. And this album actually reminds me a lot of another sophomore record that came out this year by the artist Clara, who also got famous pretty young with her debut album, and then had a hard time figuring out who she was going to be when she was growing up on tour. And it sounds like Lindsay Jordan also struggled with that quite a lot. She ended up going to rehab to work on her mental health issues and a lot of that struggle emerges on this new album Valentine about what happens to your sense of self in the wake of heartbreak, but also just your own self image as you grow up as you grow older and all of the songs are more sharply crafted, I think you have songs like Benjamin Franklin and Madonna, some of the singles that are driven more by sense and melody and have this propulsion that I don't think was as evident on her debut, but also you have songs like Mia, which we just played that are softer and take on more orchestral qualities. So I think you can see her growth, you know, not only as she grows older as a person and tries to explore what that means, but also in her songwriting. Yeah, the strings on me are just gorgeous and also really wonderful melodies throughout just really sweet lines that she sings. And there's a lot of wisdom I think in epiphanies that she reveals on the record as she kind of settles into being a human on spaceship earth because it's very hard to be a human right now. I totally agreed. Hard one wisdom for sure. Snail mail is the artist, the new record is called Valentine. And Serena, you'll be back in the second half of the show to talk about another record out today that we're loving from the artist known as sloppy chain, but first, we need to take a short break. Support for NPR in the following message come from better help, offering online counseling, better help therapist hassu Joe knows that lockdown has been hard on us as humans. We as people are hardwired to connect with others, which is why this whole time is so difficult. The connection that happens between people can be very powerful and how healing it can be to have a healthy relationship with someone, to get matched with a counselor within 48 hours and save 10% go to better help dot com slash songs. This message comes from NPR sponsor Capital One. Ready for a new ride, but not sure where to start, try the tool design to make car shopping and financing easier. With Capital One auto navigator, you can find a car and get pre qualified instantly. Then see your real rate and monthly payment without impacting your credit score. It's so simple, you might feel like you're taking the easy way out. That's because you are. Capital One, what's in your wallet, terms and conditions apply, find out more at Capital One dot com slash auto navigator. It's new music Friday from NPR and all songs considered I'm Robin Hilton and we're doing a quick rundown of the best albums out on November 5th. We start the second half of the show off with the rapper producer and multi instrumentalist terrorist Martin..

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