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The Show Must Go On

Velvet's Edge

08:45 min | 2 years ago

The Show Must Go On

"Said this last week in the podcast. I really truly feel this way. I have not been impressed by an an award show in a very long time. I wonder if it has something and you know it's funny because I shed friends texting me like that. They love certain segments that I thought were just terrible. WHOA yeah wonder if some of it has to do with the fact that like we're so close to it that we look at it differently but yeah like I texted a friend of mine? WHO's a huge Demi Lovato Fan and I thought she sang the hell out of that song and I commend her for getting up there and singing things? Something emotional but I thought the song was terrible so I wanted to know what a real fan thought and I actually really like Demi Levato and so I texted her friend and she it was like I loved it the lyrics voice everything and I'm just like really the lyrics cheesy and forced to me but I think people appreciate shirow moment. That's what was happening there. It could've came out crying. I mean what's the end of that. So you think it was saying okay. Okay got to get it back glycerin out. I do think that maybe something that played into our viewing experience variance was we were with a group of people. There are a lot of children running around. I couldn't really hear that much at the very beginning so I'm not sure if that tainted things for us I also also think that day was super heavy day with Kobe Bryant and all of this others passing away on that helicopter crash. It's just yeah the I think it had to be so kind of eerie to be at the stable centre room. Yeah don't you think yeah I mean I think it put a somber tone over the horizon which then I guess as a viewer made me want to be lifted a little bit more than everyone's doing these like slow ballads which are hard on television anyway. Right when you're grappling with like sadness sadness I guess you know a lot of people turn to slow sad things when they want to like be in their sadness but I felt like to make it good TV at needed did to sort of lift everyone up a little bit more just felt slow and Draghi. Obviously preplanned know this fact but we were watching site fight with another one of our friends who's in management and she said we because someone said something about. How do you get to pick the songs that you want to sing on an award show and she goes no? It's like the award show picks so actually I feel like a little bit. Shame on Grammy's because the show itself like the layout and the performances in like the what do you call. Ah that order. Wow was the run of show. Thank you That was very professional on your. I feel like the run of show is just like a little off. Yeah I mean I felt like if I you know I'm no award show producer but I feel like I would have started off talking with a moment of silence and a better picture. Kobe Bryant and the one that they put up a little worse photo of him ever and then I would have lifted the moment with that. Liz Oh performance. I wouldn't come in hot with Liz. Oh and Dan brought it down. I see what you know. I just feel like it should have just been the elephant in the room. Come in let's you know. put it out there Out there you know. Put our good thoughts out there for the families that were affected and and then try to lift everyone up right and it just everything felt really disjointed and kind of just felt so dated like there were so many incredible performers. That were nominated this year. That could have had life. Changing moments like Maggie Rogers tank in the BANGERS. You know what's the Guy Louis Paul d like arguably one of the biggest songs of the year and he didn't get there literally sitting here going who sat. He's the Scottish Guy Somebody to love. I wish a bit like a shoe and yeah but that's almost massive. It's huge and you know it was performed but it was. The melody of it was performed. Two New Lyrics works that Alicia Keys Sang. And I don't know like I just felt like we didn't need prince tribute. We honore a like. I Love Bunny rabbits. She was fantastic. But I would've done I would've had Asha McBride sang that song and it would have made it current it would have made it a nominee On TV yeah. It's all just fell old and and one of the things. I think that the grammys are struggling with is that they. You are having a hard time getting in younger viewers and that certainly I'll say that little insider baseball but well the grammy's used to be the best award show to me So Grammy's people if you're listening you can email us at casual at velvets dot com and we'll hook you up for free all their respects like I feel like we have some insight I look I get that. There's a lot of a lot of people that they're trying to please a lot of ways. They're trying to make a great show. I don't think it's easy but it just needs to be like let's lighten it up a little bit. Let's make it fun when Nick. Jonas Jonas having something green and his teeth is the most notable moment of the show there is an issue we called it. I saw it and then we have. That aren't we. Were going back and forth like yeah. Is it a missing tooth. I thought it was a gap in his teeth. I thought it was. I definitely thought it was a piece of salad or something and we were like. Oh God this is definitely trending and like while they were still on TV. It was like trending on twitter. And then he did the right thing this morning and admitted it. I love that. He admitted it. Oh It's just make fun of yourself just just laughed. Read a couple of funny tweets. It says this girl Alison says nick. Jonas had food and his teeth during his performance. And I think Joe and Kevin Purposely sleet didn't tell him as payback for breaking up the band years ago CA. This girl another girl says I'm jealous of whatever is stuck in Nick. Jonas t a girl that feels that feels like I don't know such dirty Little like he seems like such a child but he's he's a man now is he called the Jonas brothers so this girl says Damn Nick. Jonas brothers did him dirty for not telling him. He had an entire salad stuck in teeth during his performance. At the grammys as as as someone who like looks it. It dudes going on stage as like do you ever say. Let me see your teeth. Absolutely especially like Dirk is notorious for picking up food right before or he goes on stage. And stresses me out every time because I'm like if one Krung gets stuck in his beard whatever every time he does it as sand there like a hawk watching uh-huh eat and then when he's done chewing volley let me see your teeth out your dental floss. There was one time this was with bobby this year. We were filming filming idol. He got something stuck in his teeth. I didn't have any flaws in my little kit bag and I couldn't make it back so I had to give him a fork to start like a somehow found a plastic for and I'm like having him dig in his tooth holding up an iphone cameras so he can see himself. Yeah it's a trick I use. I take a straw the straw or staple ou a stable. I didn't have any tables on hand. But you know it's funny as I always end up having like a like something from a meeting that's been pop. Look there's a staple of us are carrying staples in my kit. People are like. Why did that exactly? Yeah but that was a big moment. The Nick Jonas actually glad that he made a joke about it he tweeted. He tweeted something along the lines of like at least you know I my green. Yeah yeah best way like admitted and guys what else are you gonNA. You can't go back and like reshoot it absolutely not. The show must go on Gordon. Well we want to talk about today because these are very casual moments. I feel like he handled it very casually very well. You just tweeted about it and make a joke. I'm sure his groomer is like hopefully we'll give her job. What is your top? Do you have like a top moment. Where you've seen someone actually just like keep going or the show must go on? I was in the room or like. Just maybe your favorite whichever way you the best. One is when foggy Peter Pants. I am so happy and God bless her. I mean peed her pants. When you you gotta you gotta

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Opinions. We like to take a trip to the desert island and play a song. We cannot live without on the desert island jukebox, Jim it is awfully called outside. And what have you got for us to warm as it is minus twenty three and Chicago, I I'd be that desert island, Greg. I want to pay tribute both to one of my favorite pans, and I cannot believe that in seven thousand nine hundred forty three episodes of sound opinions. I have not played space truckin by deep purple. But I also want to pay tribute to an inventor, Alan, Robert Pearlman died. Just earlier this month in January. He was ninety three years old listen to those initials. Alan Robert Pearlman are right now we've done shows about the mokes at the size. And of course, Robert Moog was a giant in the terms of innovating electronic music, but the Arp was a close second. It's just that. Alan was not has good businessman as Bob mobile and both of them didn't make. Nearly the money. They should have having given us the foundational instruments of modern electronic music, period. I didn't know this until I started reading the obituaries of Perlman. He had spent five years designing amplifiers for the capsules of Nasr's Gemini and Apollo projects. Right. And I'm thinking, okay. There's a lot of great Arp synthesizer. What am I going to play to pay tribute to this fantastic? Scientists pianist, right. And there was a heartbreaking line in one bit from his daughter. You know, he was in rough shape at ninety three too weak to speak, but he got up that last morning of his life. And he played the piano, isn't that beautiful? This was a man who loved music, but he was also a genius scientist. He had been dabbling the last twenty years trying to figure out how to solve global warming. He gave us the instrument. That powers the robots by craftwork numerous nine inch nails songs the television theme for doctor who all right. But I'm going to space truck. You know, space truck is is. Epic of the early days of heavy metal, you know, deep purple on. It's six machine head has this centerpiece song, but often I mean, it's ridiculously long in the recorded version, but it would go half an hour onstage. Everybody got solo Ritchie Blackmore's solo and Ian Paice fantastic. Drummer has a solo there's even cowbell in this song. And it's just, you know, it's of course, absurd. It's about like how cool it would be to be high in space. We had a lot of luck on Venus. We always had a ball on Mars meat and all the groovy people who are the Milky Way. So far, I was in a punk band that a punk version of this song? I've always loved this song. Right. We ours was tune a half minutes. Not the thirty minutes in the middle of this. Epoch of space stone or rock is a fantastic solo by a man much better known for his organ playing. But in the middle of this outer space adventure. He takes. His Arp ring modulator and just begins twirl and the knobs, right? Because the secret of all these old analog synthesizers, the Arps in the modes is they can't make bad noise. You can't necessarily make music with red because they won't necessarily do what you want them to do. But noise. Oh, yes. Always they do. Well, I love space truck. And I love every second of it. I wish I could play for you all the full live version of you know, it's thirty minutes of glory. But I think we'll just have to play a little bit of it in tribute to Alan Robert Pearlman, the inventor of the Arp dead at ninety three and the immortal members of deep purple space truck on sound opinions..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Nobody's fault. But my own from back solar performance with the harmonium. We're wrapping up our discussion of weird instruments of rock. We could go on forever because they're countless weird instruments of rock this show. I didn't even get to bring in my own personal didgeridoo, which I can't play or the therapy in that I gave my wife as a wedding present. Well, the listeners are waiting with baited breath. I think the next time we do the show we absolutely need to hear. We'll do it live -absolutely finishing up the discussion. Jim I wanna bring the bagpipes into the discussion because people associated with the Scottish marching bands. And obviously that's an instrument that's been around for centuries. I've not only in Europe northern Africa the Persian Gulf. I mean, various continents and people's have their own version of the bagpipe, and it has filtered into rock and roll over the years. There have been various examples of bagpipes used in rock songs. The animals notably used bagpipe on Skype pilot and Paul McCartney on mulligan tire. Big country. Don't forget that guy from Korn Jonathan Davis. Greek plays a bag five. You know, the thing about bagpipe, though, I know some bagpipers, right? It takes you a decade before you can call yourself in apprentice hard instrument to learn it is extremely extremely difficult instrument, and the reason I'm playing this particular version of the song is that sometimes AC DC that great great rock band from Australia, kind of viewed as musical Philistines, you know. But Bon Scott, the second lead singer in the band came on board in nineteen seventy four was very smart man and very well versed in bagpipes. In fact, he used to play with something called the Fremantle Western Australia Scots pipe band as a youth. So bagpipes were part of his vocabulary before he came into this hardest of all hard rock bands. As far as I'm concerned, great vocalists and also a great bagpipe player. And by the way, Jack black did not write the following song. He may have claimed it in school of rock. I did a great version of it. But the orig-. Version was ACDC doing. It's a long way to the top. If you wanna rock and roll with a great Scottish bagpipe solo right in the middle on sound opinions..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Now. We're gonna play a really quick rapid fire round of who or them. Let's do it correctly longtime longtime I need you to finally settle a wrong. Running argument team, my fiance. I just in long. That one two three them. Really? I said it because I knew if I said who you would fought me, and then I would have been I love just number watch. Fuck in like problem for me jokes actually do them. I do think he's like he's a salt like BB, plus. Yeah. No. I I like I mean, he hasn't done something real he's kind of been not doing so recently, but he can carry movie. Hey there quick question. I'm from New Orleans and Jensen accolades from supernatural just chosen as the fifty first focus for one of the mardi gras parades. The Baucus pray deathly of them of Mardi Gra plates. Anyway, just an alkyl who right thanks to through his name is hard. And he's. Name too much high who weekly is Ellen page. A who or them thank by one two three them. Yeah. She has like prestige. She hasn't been around a while or doing anything major in a while. But she's still got like she's got huge junior high or legally, I am a short time listener, first-time caller. I'm to know is Brendan Yuri a who are them one two three who. But fall out boy's them. But his band or is he's panic at the disco is them God were eighty oh, he's panic at the disco. So there yet whatever really are how Mark. I am very excited about was out. And I was wondering Camille on Johnny who or them. Coup. But but I feel like he he's custody. I think that movie he did brought him brought him up along like a completely kind of stand up Noli. No. Yeah. He's still. Yeah. Hi, sorry. Got a who them question meiomi Campbell? One two three them who is this. Get out of here. Yeah. Hey weekly question is terrorists who or of one two three them? It's like the deserted Italian restaurant. Here. What my favorite desserts, always thinking about a zoo is it so cheesy? It's so corny so good. But every time you get your. Wunderlist was so three. The best the best restaurants, one of the best Italian restaurants ever been to we should say what it is in LA next to the drawing room, LA Liga Lada about her Lada really was so satisfying. I wanna shape so charming, gray tables. Great space, mazing term assu had all these different kinds was amazing. Michelle were them thinks by one-two-three who but gave them not for you. But drag Dragway oil t always Rupe halls second in command. So we'll always be kinda them. Unfortunately is over fill them. I know she's still them in the African American community and possibly the African diaspora. But she still them for everybody else to three them. But I get what you're saying. If it's like their point is like teenagers might not know she is maybe they're less with her, but like to them, but she's she really is at them in an her death actually makes her even more than me because there's like we saw about it all the trashy there. Especially now that the conversation is happening again. It's it's she's especially relevant will be them for a long time. Yeah. Those songs are just like. Yeah. Like the early two thousand. Streaming. So that'll help your people because I was a problem. She was didn't know she was she wasn't on streaming for a longtime. Marcia gay harden of who or them? Thanks belt by one to them them. Then you call this person. Call because the the the Obama doesn't erase the dog. What's called the, mommy? Mommy, the, mommy, whatever the, mommy based on mommy, dear. She's the money in and that if you haven't seen. Mommy, dearest what you're doing watch. It Shelley king is the is the Dadi daughter. Maybe she she's kissing booth kissing both using well, we're done. So. We gotta head to our show tonight in whatever wherever it is Portland. Seattle who knows think of tonight as after you, listen. Happy that so many of you been coming to our shows and meeting we've been begging about we've been like promoting it a lot a lot a lot. We'll continue continue to have more shows. But we really appreciate it..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"That is mercury revs endlessly from deserters songs on sound opinions starring the singing saw, Greg what weird or underappreciated instrument of rock. Do you have for us? Well, Jim you mentioned the singing saw which by the way, if I were to pick a single singing saw track that I treasure. It would be something from the flatlands. I where singing saw is do wedding essentially with Jimmie, Dale gilmore's. You've heard nothing like it. Let me tell you, and it is associated some country music. So I'm gonna stick in the in that in that realm when I talk about the auto harp. It is an instrument primarily associated with country music. If you've ever seen a picture of the Carter family inevitably someone in that picture, usually may bell Carter or Sarah card will be holding and auto harp. So it was a big part of the country music vocabulary. You know in the thirties forties in old timey instrument that normally is not associated with rocking. In any way, shape or form beautiful sounding instrument. It is essentially thirty six thirty seven strings that are played much like a zipper and can create a beautiful rhythmic bed for a song. And they're also some solo virtuosos on this instrument as well cat power. Otherwise known Sean Marshall, use it as her sole accompaniment on a cover version of the do up hit sea of love on her covers album in two thousand you know, kept power tends to be a singer who is associated with indie rock, and and more conventional instrumentation, she is Corky singer. With a marvelous sense of musicality in on this particular song her voices, really showcased by the use of this instrument. Just the fact that it's pretty much a solo performance just with that auto harp. You can really hear the musical qualities of this instrument. And I think she was harkening back to that Carter family sound that beautiful sense of intimacy and loneliness. And longing that the Carter family brought to its most beautiful male sea of love as performed on and auto harp by cat, power unsound. Opinions. The. The. Two. How? How?.

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"That's what she put on her own her own Instagram. Oh, no. He's the gay broke diary guy. We I don't know if we talked about him he kind of became like Mimi. He's like young he was like doing like a lot of live streaming. And like a very open way. I don't know. I kind of can't he deserves to be here. Okay. Great. Like, you have all these people that are doing different things yet. Trying to be the influence or he's actually really funny. We're still voting for me. Don't get us wrong. Jovan is prime moving to scream live periscope instead bitches gummy looking poor on that app. It's kind of funny Instagram Lewa. He's gonna win. Okay. So this is funny in I remember when this came out in December last year, there was a New York Times piece about him called live streaming. You're broke sell for rent money. He was like raising money for rent by like live streaming, and it was kind of an interesting kind of post millennial take on this entire thing. He broke new ground gaspara pool. Guess who's outta here wells atoms? Get outta here. Mec- Nash get outta here. Lou here John s no, thank you. So Hillary Duff you sort of change the game. Caroline, Kelly sort of change. So I would say you look at the house get out of here. I mean number one competition here really is Hillary Duff because she's changed the game. But I mean aren't around is gonna win. Who are we getting? I know who has the biggest fan army grungy she's going to win. But thank you me. Shorty come on. She has Grammy's. Needs a shorty anagram. Let's give Amina shorty. Everyone has I give a short everyone vote for Amina too. So on a short awards dot com. Give us shortage can vote for her once a day you'd better for her everyday write downs over right.

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Hi, I'm Bobby. It's I mean too. So the co host of conic segments on he clearly who that I'm calling because I have a question for you. Well, two things I I'm calling to you. I accommodated for storyteller year, the shorty awards, what are the sharia Moore's I have no fucking clue found out about that a couple of minutes ago. Here is insane. Art, the group of people that are nominated for this thing. I don't know it like makes no sense. Let me tell you the people. I out involve me, she. So also if I contact because they everybody that's is on about ical order from your first name like that's just dumb and to me. So I mean, she's yours. Truly next are Anna ground day. You might have heard her army hammer you. Might know him Caroline Calloway. Scammer the year. She's wanted diet Prada and actually very good Instagram account. Somebody named a catastrophe who the fuck is Eva hausky, I like every day their new who's who is a this is actually lion calling the other people in the category. Are Hillary John van Ness lily Reinhart, a little new see Nash, well, atoms and sometimes von hill. Everybody's name. I have maybe seen before, you know, they're either like whatever like some of them are actual them some of them, or, you know, like good Bela celebs, some of them are movie Reinhard. But who is a house-key? Please explain to me. I don't know who this person is also the entire lineup for this category is truly dinner party from hell nobody like. There's no rhyme or reason it's insane. Please tell us a ski is also who weekly universe. You can vote for Matthew. So every single day if I we all win insane. Thank you so much for this. I mean at congratulations are so Prouty you're so proud of number one boozers of menas Instagram if you guys don't follow me on Instagram, honestly, weld like she's so good at it. And I I generally have seen a lot of these pictures instead of better. I mean is it incredible story who I would call her storyteller of the year. Honestly, she is storyteller of the century as as for who. Eva Gonzales guy, is I've never heard of her until seeing I mean as cohort like the other nominees, but she's just youtuber. I think it's like one of those things where it's as simple as that. She's in a world, we don't really live in which is why we've never heard of her. So she is a huge money these nominees. I all the shorty awards in case, you aren't aware are like funniest like, they truly. I'm shocked. They still exist essentially marketing, I mean, you know, they're fully marketing they were started. As like, they're the webbie's end, the shorties, we do not need both apparently out both the shorties were like Twitter awards really or just like like, micro content. Like, oh because I because the because I think in my wrong because the trophies like the tail of a whale. And I think it's failed bees were in the west failed and the webbie's works when they launched when I was at AOL and the webbie's were like that are that that bling that spring rain, I wanna webby once for what some advertising thing. Stupid on web doesn't win like fuck Twitter already fucked Twitter, but wake I mean, it's. Oriented Grandes social stories like that doesn't count. Wills Adams that doesn't count. And I look at the kind of the nominees for a second Arianna Grandes awards are social stories are promotion, rightly self promotion, and that's her job. And so our Jonathan Mendez and so our army hammers. And so are you know, Calloway, but Caroline, Kelly sort of make sense? That's what I'm saying. So we don't. Scammer? She's just camera. But I would say that people who truly deserve this nomination are people doing weird things with Instagram that are good Hillary Duff did complain about our neighbors on Instagram nomination. I would say she gets nation. Also does interesting things on there that aren't just self promotion diet Prada, obviously, they're great. They do like fashion commentary. They're doing great things on Instagram army hammer. No, absolutely not what cracks me up about. This is that they used their social profile images for the nominations. And everyone's is insane. And Meena's just like the beautiful silhouette. So proud of you have no sense of Amina here unfair. Who is even hill. Can you make Nashes cover is just what it was a cover of a magazine?.

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Wow thing think you move. All right. Listen got us, perhaps the only example of an oak arena being played on a rock song. And that was Wild Thing from the trucks, I'm gonna try to do I may not be able to. But I think I can find an instrument that is so rare in rock songs that the person who actually ended up using the sound of this instrument on a rock song had to invent his own version of it. That's the didgeridoo and Australian wind instrument. I mean, this instrument goes back centuries to the tribes of stralia. It is a wind instrument. It was made out of the innards of eucalyptus tree originally and became famous for its drone qualities. I think every civilization sooner or later arrives at the drone as an essential part of their musical of Caballero and in Australia. It was the digital do that supplied that fascinating sound. If you go back to some of those original field recordings from from ustralia that have documented this instrument. One of the most inventive minds in modern music is Richard James otherwise known as the twin? He heard that sound. He is a man fascinated not only with weird and oddball sounds, but in creating his own instruments engineering student in England, and he was able to build basically his own keyboards and synthesizers and percussion instruments and created entire sound world out of them became one of the most celebrated DJ's in the UK rave scene in the early nineties, primarily not only for his heavy dance beats, but for also becoming one of the progenitor of the ambient dance music movement in the early nineties, and at the core of that legacy is his son. Did you do is actually a top one hundred single hard to believe? Now. It's you know, there weren't any eucalyptus trees handy for him to make this instrument, but he loved that sound and he was able to. Reproduce it by fashioning his own version of it out of drainpipes in the back of club in Cornwall England, where he used to DJ, and the reason he said that he wanted to create this sound and put some beats underneath it was that he needed something at for the end of the evening when the crowd was winding down the ecstasy was wearing off and to create a little chill out music for that audience to go home by so he used that digital do some that haunting drone as a model for this particular record digital do from Richard James, aka the twin on sound. Hey..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Under my thumb by the Rolling Stones featuring some great marimba playing by Brian Jones. I think that's a pretty common instrument there, Mr. cod. The marimba I'm gonna give not in rock roll. That's a lot weirder. Okay. In fact, I can think of no other rock song that uses the instrument. I'm about to highlight as you know, the trucks the great proto punk band from Andover. England, contemporaries of the Beatles and Herman's hermits and the British invasion but much nastier than all of them. You know, are there one of my favorite pants. I love this band. There'd be no garage rock without the trucks wonderfully ham-fisted, but but brilliant and everything they did. And their breakthrough hit with Wild Thing written by New York singer songwriter chip Taylor, but really immortalized by the trucks, and then later covered by Hendrix in the middle of it for no reason whatsoever. I mean here is that he really primitive nasty guitar sound, a thumping drums, and the imitable voice of reg Presley, right? Who can't sing it all and in the middle of it? They turned to this instrument, which is from South America. Now, there's some debate about where the oak arena really came from. It's a small oval ceramic ins. Strident that has between four and twelve holes, and depending which holes you cover up like a flute while you blow into it. It makes different notes. There have been instruments like that found in China centuries ago. But it is thought that Cortes of Cortez the killer fame brought it back from his encounters with the Aztecs in South America to Europe. And then a handful of classical composers in the nineteenth century began incorporating it, why the trucks turned to an oak arena to do the solo in Wild Thing. I will never know nobody'll know, but it made this instrument famous here, it is on the trucks. Classic single Wild Thing on sound opinions. Wow. Thing thing love you. Voice show. Come on. Hugh..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I don't even know who this person is like the most. Maybe she's talented who's to say, but he's you say, but yeah, like, she seems like the blend from the names can use color between lines and help me. Look good. Thank you. Let me have Maggie Rogers. I would say her first viral moment happened with for all on the second. Her second big moment happened when she was on SNL. She made a big splash people called about her then. But I think you're calling her now because our album is finally out. It's finally debut album, which is called like heard in another life. I adore her. I think shirt life. Maybe one of my more favorite new artists like she's squarely in my taste. I gotta say in terms of lovers zingers. She's released so many singles up to this album, as I think the way that music works. You just release a million singles, and then you finally album. So I've heard basically all the songs on it before about like if you're interested in her. I would say listen to check out light on or falling water. She has an EP that k. That has a lot of good songs in called now that the light is fading. But the girl thing is what's actually interesting about her is that she essentially went to NYU she's in the Clive Davis program and she revealed that program, and so she was doing a lot of her own producing and writing and all that which is like what you do in that program. And as part of the program, they have songwriters and producers come in like, I guess that. Critique your work 'cause it's cool. So they had filmed this entire. They filmed this kind of critique for YouTube for some reason, I would kill myself. I'd had to be on YouTube. And so they have this video of these musicians with the teacher, and they're playing the song for ferrall who was the guest and Feroze live reacting to the music. And so it's wild is in this video, which is lot longer. He reacts to other people's music to the music, not not great. And he gives good critiques. He's like this sounds like this. Maybe you should do this like very specific things like double this layer this or like pullback, and so, but what is what special maggie's as he listens to her song, which is song called Alaska starts crying. And he has the song as playing Hayes just getting more and more emotional, and then he starts to tear belittle and she's watching him, and she's like she's like dying because she like she's like dizzy like it as very confusing, and then it stops. And you can play it here. He's like Dow was incredible. That was perfect. Don't change a thing. That's incredible EuroStar, and she's just like flabbergasted than the thing goes viral because just so sweet and the song. A SOGA and birdsong is on the new album songs on new album, but she also got a record deal like immediately, essentially and three years to get this made then she to an took a while to get the album mate. And now the album is finally out, and she was on SNL and people really pay attention because Bethany SNL should give a really good performance. Does she had a show in LA like when the came out that was like very famous over there? People went a friend of mine said that she saw Nile horn, but famous people were at the Maggie Roger show because the trendy thing to do is go see Maggie Rogers. She is going to be big. She's just really I like so much of what I hear from her. And she also seems like a really interesting nice person. I do have a mutual friend of hers all just you know here. Nice things..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"It was fine. Mara was great too. Nasha was great. But like she. She wasn't. Here's the thing with Tanaka. We know she has a voice, but it was a bad mix. Voice could not go above the mix and definitely could not go above the audience. So her like big songs, right? Take out tonight. She was very soft 'cause hurt her singing soft, and, you know, her her voice. She doesn't have a belting voice, and it didn't sound great. And then the dancing I thought she did some stuff, but like she's such a good dancer. They didn't give her anything else to do the very traditional. But I will say when it got to the end and she did without you, which is like that last song. You know that sad song. She sounded good when they actually like everything quite down. So to say, I think I don't think this dinner any favors. I don't think it got her anything more like. It wasn't bad or good right gave her net. Neutral. Always the best part is the best part of the whole showed the best performance was the very end when they had the original cast. I know because it was so exhilarating to see these good energy. Like there was low enter show because it was a dress rehearsal. Okay. And so then I think the kind of biggest like Valentino, but like I think the biggest Huda them not Huda them. But like in this show who got the most to the most from. This was Vanessa Hudgens just got the most. From this Vanessa Maureen doesn't come into the second act. She's kind of a late a late arrival and her but her part is really fun and allowed and weird. And like interesting Vanessa Hudgens big rent. Stan did it like she did it? She did fine. But she also has a very different type of performance. So it was funny to see we were talking about this yesterday. But it's funny to see like your Jordan Fisher in your cure, see Clemens and your Brandon Victor Dixon. Like like, they acting like theater actors, and then here's Vanessa Hudgens acting like she's in school music is literally sounds like she's a high school theater, which makes sense given for her. High school musical lovey Vanessa. But I would say that biggest flop no offense like Valentino who looked the part looked amazing had everything down. She looked so beautiful. She she was okay at competent Hirschman, not great that character. Just seems that seems like a very forgiving characterize someone who's new to the musical like you kind of just throw someone who's not necessarily a professional. Erin. It's that a lot about the innocent about the heart. It's innocence and heart. So it's fine. That her voice wasn't amazing. What was kind of kind of dragged her down a little bit was putting her opposite? Brandon Dixon hunt on real Brandon Victor Dixon. Who was incredible was great made her to seem, you know, not they together his voice sort of like helped her focusing on him and not her anyways. I would say again another Valentine is not think this didn't Valentina any favors aside from just being repel Jagr as performers always when they go to the next level like how Shange LA and Willem weren't in a star is born they get a little bit more boost like kind of break out of it. This may be helped her with that. But it wasn't this amazing amazing performance. So rent overall? I feel like I didn't enjoy it as much as I do not enjoy it did not enjoy life. I the girls by the end rain. I were just singing and you guys like this needs. We'll see him was watching baby memes. It was not a great. I will say the the woman who was at the viewing party who I did not know her name was Sarah. Who may those delicious cookie cookies? A made amazing era and her cookies that made up for the fact that she didn't know who to share was which was fun. I will say like sitting there watching it with all of us in her just going who is to nausea and going. But we didn't answer when she left midway such about. She was like, she a pop singer, really. Yeah. Some friends really talking about singer, Maggie Rogers, and like, I guess she wasn't some video that went viral and made for cry or something and she's like on the church right now..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"We're giving props to some of the more unusual instruments of rock. I mean, we're not talking about guitars, drums, or bass on this particular segment. We're talking about their men's did you reduce and of course, the cowbell. Yes. Would you just heard in the intro of honky tonk woman by the Rolling Stones? We wanna highlight these weird instruments because sometimes they add that perfect odd little touch to a song that can make it a lot of fun, Jim Europe. I yeah. And that's weird in quotes, Greg because I love all of these instruments, and I own most I'm going to start with the most famous weird left-field instrument of all time. I think the therapy the Thurman, of course, was the prototype for really all analog synthesizers invented by an eccentric Russian. Scientists Leon thera men in the nineteen twenties. There is a great movie by Steven Martin called thera Mun 'cause Leon was a spy and a super genius. In addition to being. An inventor the Thurman is played with your hands. There is no keyboard there. No notes really one hand controls the volume the other controls the pitch and you wave your hands in front of these two antenna. And it makes these unbelievably odd sounds a young fellow from upstate New York. Your old neck of the woods Robert mobile started out by building these in in his bedroom. When he was a kid went on to form, the first real musical synthesizer, the Moke synthesizer, but you know, the Thurman made a big impact in the fifties on the soundtrack to all sorts of scifi movies. It was always the sound of the UFO swooping in. And then it became a little more musical in a rock setting. The most famous is good vibrations, by the beach, boys. Dazed and confused by Led Zeppelin. I wanna play a modern mistress of the therapy. Yvon Lambert is a member of the Texas ban octopus project, and it started as it does with many indie rock bands who used their as just a noisemaker. Let's add some weird noise into this wonderful, swirling psychedelic mood rock that we're making in the octopus project, but von really put her nose to the grindstone. I've interviewed the band. She spent a lot of time mastering the Theran if you've ever seen the movie therapy. And you know, that there are virtuosos who can play wonderfully melodic music sometimes multi melodies at once just using this primitive synthesizer and their hands. And von has learned to play it in a very musical way. In fact, in the song, I'm gonna play from the octopus project E P, golden beds. Tune cold Royal there are no vocals and really the therapy is taking the place of what would be a woman singing. It's a kind of slow. Creepy atmospheric track, but it really showcases the therapy. Well, here it is on sound opinions..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Slash new Aaron being Bobby longtime time so rent live during Vanessa Hudgens is Maureen and hall of fame who Nash as me that's a. That's the question. Please discuss. Personally. I thought it was pretty good. Definitely a lot better than I expected and Jennifer Lawrence famously said gay, right? You guys get. Gay rights so rent live fun. Fact, I'd never seen rent gone ever into movie. Didn't do the play never listen to the soundtrack the only. So I knew as hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes, and that's only because I'd seen the trailer for rent which uses that song pretty prominently on me, I show up to this watching party and literally most of the room has never seen rents. So my Ray, my friend Ray, our friend Ray, and I were the only to rent heads. Meaning we'd see girl, Sarah. She liked shouldn't even to nausea was well that was a real she was like and pop star. And we. We just like walking a lot. My phone. Talk about it later. But anyways, what was really interesting was watching the musical with you guys in that context. 'cause like I rent is a little bit confusing. They talk they talk really fast, and because the mix on the musical was so so poor and the audience was so so so loud, you could not hear anything anyone was saying. So you literally had to have explain to you you kept asking who's JoAnne, whose JoAnne whose ran Maureen who's UN. What are they doing? Why don't they move out? What's what are you doing? Rent was not a question that you shouldn't have asked that question either way. But just be opening exposition the expedition where it's like this guy like owns the building, and you didn't pay rent for like a year. Now, you know it. I was like what's happening. And I kept trying to figure out like why why did they live there? Why did this guy while he was there for now? He's not like I didn't understand what the guiding was using. It's like it was early. Freshly Hyman having like, bisexual, a bisexual dated both a man and a woman. So if you're watching it, you wouldn't you'd like wait, so Maureen dated who I was like, wait, the Anthony Rapp character is straight in this which really threw me for. I was like so he's Anthony Rapp, and they really yes, he's Anthony. But that was like the way he data JoAnne. And they're like, yeah, he data. Joe? I don't understand this Anthony Rapp straight. But out like you guys if you're listening to us, we don't need to explain rent to you like the idea was this production. It was not great. It was bad. Also, it wasn't live. It was right. Not live while that was drama, but I kind of really disappointed in it the entire thing because the speed in the spirit of live TV. You gotta go on with the show. You know, the musical itself would have gone on with the guy in the wheelchair. They would have figured it out. It would have gotten their views would have started surging. If the trending thing was like dude is in a wheelchair to rent live everyone of two so everyone of tune in. They didn't trust themselves a little bit before the show started. The the main guy Roger broke his ankle need to be in a wheelchair. Right. So what they did was they did they showed the pre-tape version from the dress rehearsal, which is a really rude thing. Because one they probably were not giving on doing a lot of staging. So there was a little bit of like are we getting a fair, it'd be giving these actors affair the the camera people were also like everyone was half housing. So it was just like berry not maybe louder because of it like it didn't feel like it was going to be a live version. So then as that was happening at the actual rent live production. They were doing a concert version with him in the wheelchair just kind of like re-staging it. But my thing was like why? No under study, your this is a broad like this is a century like theater. Where's where's the ender study? Should've out under study. So it could it be could have gone on with the show, and Secondly a gun this the stick of the whole thing to get the viewers, which by the way, no one watch this like this was the lowest Jewish the lowest rated. Well hairs already been green lit. We might be coming.

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"As someone who wants to eight years of school to say that Mary would not be influenced or but Mary Mandel would be the influencers because. Marry didn't really get famous until after us aside, and then like a little bit after she went to hasn't. So she wasn't around. But my son was around. And she was spreading the word of God. You know, she was one of the or she doesn't want to be a possible, but you disciple. And you know, she has like she's capacity, but she's just a lot more like interesting to watch. So. Yeah. Marry God not as Mary magnum. Totally influence colder. She I'm sorry. Good form both on. My can't. I mean, I think this is actually very spot on. I think Mary also would have been an influence, but I think Mary Magdalene would have been the better if only because she would have had like a redemption narrative because we're like you're a whore like we don't like you. But then she's like, then she becomes famous anyways. Like support women feminism is about putting and like, how dare you? Shame me. And then she would actually make more money because you'd get a better story than marrow. Mary's like, mommy belonging, very Magdalene. Like, she's she's getting cast on like all these amazing rally shows. She's like don't let shame me. Like, how dare you also like sugar bear hair makes my hair look great. And Mary and Mary as like, I can't do these as anymore. I'm only pivoting like healthy things. So she's not like Mary doing as much Mary Magdalene Mary would do more of a group. Like drinking my fit t like, it's a new year new me like trying to lose some weight, or whatever Martina Mary Magdalene is a name anyone. Okay. But I think that's a good call. That's great one more stupid call. Here we go. Bed Great. grade, Bobby first time long first time, medium time. But it should be long time because I've been ignoring a great friend about how great you guys are. I'm so sorry. I went and saw LA on Saturday were amazing just wanted to call let you know that the boots jaylo wears and the anger, mama. Video are conic because they are binti X by riana conform. I I can't say I remember that. But I'm I'm glad I was right. Connick? And you knew they were didn't know why. But you really knew that. It's I must have known that. I put that out of my at some point people making a big deal of them because these. The. They were song less than I conked less. But that's why was kind of funny because I was like how dare you call it anything about ain't your mama conic. But apparently, there's literally one thing about the conic and the song, and it's the booth that she wears because there were you on a design boots. I am going to do your laundry. I ensure mom. Oh, mama such a fucking Meghan Trainor song didn't Meghan Trainor writers. Oh, it's so like also it was jaylo doing her worst. It was like jaylo at her laziest where she's like, she's not really singing. She's not really talking. Yeah. Can't sing your mom. Don't yell. Don't get your mama while it is. Angel momma was written by Meghan Trainor Armide God, I don't even think I knew that. I really do. I guess that..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"That is on and off from Maggie Rogers from the new album heard in a past life, her debut Al much anticipated. Jim as you mentioned, you know, when ferrall Williams compares you to a recessed peanut butter Cup. You know, you've got something going, and and that's what you could see the video. What is the rhesus compare there in that NYU class? Right. The, you know playing demos for ferrall Williams, and he's just blown away by this track. And he goes, you know, what you remind me of a rhesus peanut butter Cup. Combining two things making a third out of it. Okay. A singer songwriter merging with these club. Ready dance will beat see electron IQ. So obviously, she had something going that really appealed to his sensibility. As this is an original because I love that song. Alaska, really, well crafted piece of music on this record working with those big time producers Greg Kirsten kid harpoon, Ricky read, this is traditional big record company. Gambit take an original and then make palatable for the mainstream. Like, you know, what she does ready is not good enough for commercial radio. Yeah. I mean, she is a pretty good producer in Iran. She did a lot of this stuff on her own early on. She recorded Alaska in her bedroom closet. I mean, they didn't really have to do much of that song to improve it anything. They would've done would've would've disassembled at how great it is. It's almost like you're putting extra icing on a cake. That's already perfect. You don't need more on this record. So they're going for the bombast the overkill in the production. And I think it really undercuts. A lot of makes Maggie Rogers so appealing in the first place. I'm thinking of song like past life, which is just her sitting at the piano. Jeez. So. To me is one of the highlights on the record simply because producers don't screw it up. This is a tentative debut record. I think this had a chance to be a great debut record. But the producers muck it up for, you know, the part where you said icing in cake, I think it's all icing. I hate this record. There's a lot of I hate this record. I was struggling with this record is trying to figure out why I hated it. And I only pull the nuclear option on very rare occasions when I forced my wife to listen to something Carmel and Carmel says what is this? This sounds like the music they play at Sephora. I have never shopped at Sephora not sending wrong with doing that. But but that's what she said. And then I realized this is product. All right. And I don't know what you're saying about cake because on and off that's on we're playing, you know, drenched in madness tangled blues, that's like, really. And then there's the song about running around the block to clear her head in Paris. Two. To. Okay. I'm not relate. And I'm not relating sonically. I'm not relating with her message. Alaska is in. Okay. Song listen to for free on YouTube. But I hate her debut. I'm sorry..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"And also to be fair was reading the book a piano, clearly misread. It. Could be does. Calling us. Once you go fix what competing? Go write your own sliding doors, and then we can get it wrong. Okay. Don't read a new sliding doors. Sliding doors around hair Gwen upheld just would know the plot sliding doors. We are the blonde hair Gwen powder. We're too busy being fabulous and dying via car got so many calls about this about like, oh, she got hit by a car. It wasn't fell down the stairs. We don't care. The point is we should all aspire to be short hair Paltrow. I don't care how she Expat her. are on here. I don't care what hit her in the face. It was the staircase. If it was a car point is she was the better one. She's the better one. Speaking of getting hit by face by a blonde, Gwyneth, Paltrow, Gwyneth Paltrow checks. Gwen. Glenn of Prussia recently bumped bumped. I mean, he claims he like he got brain damage. She she got us key accident with this guy. She bumped into him and just I guess skied away Ramones at a center lead face down on the snow knocked out the ski instructor yelled. What did you do? What did you do? He also told Ramon that the woman was Paltrow she and the instructors skied down the mountain and left Sanderson alone. Ramon said skies claims Paltrow violated the reckless skiing provisions of summit cut county code which requires a skier to stay at the scene of a crash to make sure the other skiers okay? Say that he was okay. We can we go back to the front just for a minute. The from the top of this, which is to get the story, Terry Sanderson skier who claims he was injured by the accident seeking three point one million dollars in damages. He said that they were at deer valley resort in Utah Park City, and she allegedly skied out of control knocking him down and knocking him out causing a brain injury and four broken ribs and other series injuries own my God. And he says he's had loss of enjoyment of life emotional distress and disfigurement any as a permanent traumatic brain injury lumped into me didn't say excuse me or sorry. I would also be a loss of joy. Have a line of at a. Up on me wanna know if you don't take excuse me. It's true. It's so real brain rude. I think yes, she's really behaving like a brunette gonna Paltrow here. She's not owning her blonde. Self dangerous. So I really like suggest course about whether or not Mary would be influencers.

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"To the podcast and everything you need to know about the celebrities. You don't Bobby finger Lindsey Weber, and this is yet another episode of who's they're very excited to take your calls and questions and comments were still in the road where still on tour in a hotel room, another hotel room in a hotel room. This very fun. We're finding new new ways to record this podcast restrained. Setups were sitting on the same side of the table. This is weird. I don't like it. I'm sitting next to Lindsey not like it at all very strange to sit next to you and not across from. You would say this is not our most ideals that up, but it is the best sound wise. Because last time we were a little bit uneven because we were we were speaking two different sides of the mic and the mic allegedly said that you could do that. But it doesn't sound great. So this is our work to give you an audio lesson today. We're doing a show in a minimum Seattle. Yes yesterday. We this show in Denver tomorrow. So many people showed up to that. We don't know five. We hope Denver does like joke is like truly we're talking to a friend today and casually mentioned like noble. Yeah. While my cousins or was it like my cousin. Bobby goes. Guinea. Getting. To come to the show. Anyway, the Denver show was probably wonderful the Seattle show, probably one all shows are good. It's just like who cares who shows up? You know, they're going to be good Portland. Tomorrow. Come. It's gonna be fun Seattle. Come tonight. Minute yet. And Santa might be sold out. I had actually I think Seattle sold out. Go Hartland is not sold out. Go. Us us. So we're gonna just get started with some comments because you have so many comments all the time. Dis the blonde. When Paul tro does not down the stairs. The blonde tenant when hell tro gets hit by a truck when she's like having a moment with her new man how you know this. I'm so disappointed. I eat a thing about sliding doors is not you really don't need to watch it. The only thing about flying doors is there's a concept right one. Those one direction has a haircut. One Greco's the direction has a different haircut. I've seen the movie, but like ten years ago, not gonna remember all these bills..

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"maggie rogers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

16:32 min | 3 years ago

"maggie rogers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hey, that's pretty good in there for Maggie Rogers, her big break came in the form of a video while studying music at NYU Maggie, presented her song Alaska to the schools artist in residence for Al Williams, frail Williams, one of the greatest music producers music makers of our time member of any RD. He made that song happy. He's worked with pretty much everyone. There is to work with and pop and hip hop and earn be and Farrell's dob smack reaction to Maggie Rogers song was caught on video tons of people side and her song quickly. He became a viral hit. But instead of cashing in on all that viral success and say like putting on album right away. Doing everything she could as fast as you could striking while the iron was hot Maggie Rogers actually step back from the spotlight them for a while as you're about to hear Maggie wanted to take the time to make sure she got things, right. Now, she's finally ready to release her first major label album, it's called her in a past life. It drops tomorrow in the lead up to the big release. She's been on Saturday Night Live. She's opened up for the band, Mumford and sons on tour, and she stopped by the Q studio, certainly the pinnacle of her trajectory to talk about the whirlwind of the last few years. You'll hear more on that just a minute. First though, here's Maggie Rogers performing live and our Q studio. This is a song that's going to be on a brand new album when it drops tomorrow. This is a great song. This is called light on. Would you believe me? Now, if I told you. Almost gave you. Where'd you hear? He's going to. Good and stuff. Slow it down. With. You must be so happy now. Best intentions. I want to stay. You feel? Good. Figures. I think. Got to. God. The. Hi. John. Ooh. Performing light on. That is Maggie Rogers live and accused studio Maggie Mesa. See you again. I'd see too. What a crazy year. It's been since. We've talked a guy. Yeah. It's definitely been a crazy year. I made a whole record in that year. You made a whole record going onto a Mumford and sons Saturday Night Live. Crazy crazy year. I wanna talk about your song. We'll talk about light on because I like it so much man. Thank you. What are you? What can you tell me about it? Where were you when you wrote it I was in Los Angeles. When I wrote it it was the very last song. I wrote for this record. I thought this record was done like six times kept going back to the track list. And being like, I think I can beat this on and kept going back. And you know, this record is the I guess I should start by saying the made is largely about like the last two or three months of college for me. And then it was important when I went to write this record that to talk about everything that happened afterwards. Which is mostly this giant change in my life, where my very private life is a student became very public very quickly and very much out of my control. And I really struggled with it at first I have found myself, really overwhelmed and kind of scared and a lot of expectations about who. I would be in. How what like who would become and I had to kind of figure out how do in a way that felt like me and that felt like it was on mount terms. So this record largely it's sort of the first time, I get to introduce myself on my. And it tells the story of those two years in different songs. So does this zoom in and talk about one scenario or one emotion, but why light on feel so important, particularly as it tells the whole story once it's feels like a thesis statement, the whole story of what the whole story of you reach reducing yourself. The whole story of story of those two years of just like an even it's written. You know, I wrote it as a letter to my audience. So the the you in the song is my fans, or it could be you, you know. But it's it's anyone I'm talking to about. My life. Would you believe me? Now, if I told you I got caught up in a wave almost gave it away. That's that's the whole thing. But also the emotion of I couldn't stop it. I couldn't slow it all down. Yeah. And and having to figure it out and just like it always soon as I felt like I figured it out. It got more intense. That's kind of what fine water is about. But I think that's also what life is about. But. The takeaway from late on is even though this was also hard. You know, the record also kind of saying I haven't kind of it is me definitely saying, okay? I'm going to do this. And I'm excited to do this. And I'm Finally, I think that's the thing. Most says that I'm finally feel ready for this in the chorus of light on sort of says, I know ahead hard time. And I wasn't always great about it. And I needed some time to process, and then I went away for a sec. But if you're still there for me, then I'm I'm here, and I'm gonna do this. I I also like in the song, how you you sort of open up the window into what it's actually like to be you in these moments because I think, you know, up until maybe now, we had this sort of idyllic idea of fame, and when he started getting a little bit famous based on your music, there was something gauche, or you're worried about seeming ungrateful complaining about it Toda, but more and more people like you, and even you know, like we had Shawn Mendez it, and he was talking about this is what's his name from world one direction Nile Nile horn from under action. One around crying in the bathroom had to figure it out with everyone around me saying you must be so happy. Now, everyone around me saying so happy now, it's the first song. I put out where I was like I'm kind of nervous about it's like, so honest, I was kind of nervous because it is. I am so grateful and had this crazy opportunity. But it was like I thought also not in a band, I felt super alienated from my friends, and I was also the only one experiencing this. And I think I think like lot of. It's super normal in some ways, you know, like graduate from college moved to Newtown where you don't know anyone started new job where you don't know anyone you figure it out. And so turing was that constant Newtown music was that new job, and it didn't know any other musicians who are professional musicians, and I had to build a community, but found such incredible friends who have become a really amazing support system. And also just like starting to find the joy in it. Because I think ownership is something that's essential to. Forward motion ownership of your career ownership of your art ownership of your have ownership of my art. And I'm and I write and produce it. So I feel ownership of creatively. But I think. My life a wild didn't feel like mine. The, you know, there was a schedule every day of like what I was going to do that day. There was somebody traveling with me at all times who knew where I was. So I didn't like freak out and run away. Right. There's another song on the record about that. You know, it's it's called back in my body. And the each verse kind of chronicles like another city, I was in having wild panic attacks. So what do you do what do you do to you seem to use the word better? But you seem like you've you've gotten somewhere with what did you do? I think the thing with all of it is that through the craziness. I never had any doubts about the music the music. I have always loved and been so sure of and at the same time if all this craziness happening, I'd get on stage and have the most incredible shows and feel this really intense connection with fans, and you don't get to choose your fans, but every time I meet someone who's into music. I always sort of feel like we would all be at the same house party. I feel so overwhelmed and really grateful of my music is somehow done this job in the world of like handle, everyone I would possibly be friends with. It's kind of curated like minded people for me. So any time I get to speak to somebody whom. I resident my music resonates with. I always like we would totally like go grab a beer. And I think that's that is what the music is. What has kept me through this whole thing. It's why I ever wanted to do this in the first place west studied music. It's just sick. It makes me happier and more alive than anything else in the entire planet. Let's beautiful music. Thank you for shit that right before I let you go. Just ask yourself this question. Yeah. What's it like doing SNL is that it's really really cool. I walked in and started like crying first of all like the energy in that room is insane. And too sick to walk in and see my band like setting up and sound checking on that stage is crazy. And when you do the performance as a feel like a show, can you see the audience feels like a show because there's like sets flying everywhere. And like you're getting walked to stage in between sets moving this crazy stuff. But that actually is the most interesting thing because you do address her so just before with a completely different audience and the only difference between the dress rehearsal, and the life thing is one light on a camera goes on right there. They doesn't even say on air. It just like a little red light goes on. And suddenly, it's it's live. I will tell you. This is true. I thought the falling water performance by like the first performance. But the volume a performance, I really did think see that is like the real highlight of the Tucson. Yeah. Me too. There's something. Maybe I saw something there that there was something that went wrong and light on like my ears didn't work for the first verse right and the cooked in on the chorus. And I thought it was fine. How scary live on Saturday live monitor hand here. Oh, and I was just like trying to keep straight face in freaking out. And then eventually I was like this is how it's going to go like north freaking out. It's over now. Like just enjoy it. And then like luckily on the chorus whatever got sorted, and I could hear again, but I was so frustrated afterwards because I sing that song every night, and it's fine for the one time for come on. But I actually think it was really important that that happened because I think maybe kind of mad about light on for like a little disappointed feeling like I could have done better. He was the one thing that really charged fine water. You got something to prove in pulling what? God. Lacking. From our new album heard it gonna pass life. That's Maggie Rogers and falling water Assam that she just destroyed when she performed it on Saturday Night Live you can track down video clip of that somewhere. I don't know how you're going to do it. It's hard to find stuff out there somewhere. Trying not to get myself in trouble mega Rogers new album is out everywhere. Tomorrow. If you want to catch her live in person, she'll be heading out on tour across Canada, and the US starting in March coming up on Q, you're going to hear from a guy who was very important part of the new film bohemian rhapsody the film about Freddie Mercury. Chris lions.

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Pete Davidson jokes about Ariana Grande split in 'SNL' promo

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Pete Davidson jokes about Ariana Grande split in 'SNL' promo

"You sure love clinging to it four. Adding. Thank you next and hell now, though. Oh, yeah. Well, Jonah hill is hosting and Maggie Rogers is going to be the musical guest on the program. And so in the video Pete said, hey Maggie. I'm Pete you want to get married, and then she declined over three over three. Look it is a joke. And he is a comedian. But is it too soon? I don't know. The thing is though that's the job, you know, Saturday Night Live. They comment on things that are happening in the world right now. And the Pete Davidson Ariana GRANDE day story has been the story for the last like two weeks. And so it's sort of surprise sources. There are saying that he was open to making a joke about I think she should have just gone with. Okay. I get it. Like, this is this is how it is. Yeah. You use me before? Now, you're using me now. So I know I think she got really mad and then fired off a tweet earlier in the show. I thought it was kind of more thinking that he was a D bag, but it is one of those things to both of them put the relationship when it was working well out in the public. Yes. So they can't be surprised when when things go wrong, it's also going to be dissected, you know, it's kind of both of their faults. She can't be surprised that things are being picked apart. Now that it's not going. Well. A little bit of youth. You know, I mean, they're in their early twenties. And I think we can remember the days when like you jumped into a relationship, and you're like, oh my gosh. This is amazing. This is the one person is so great like eight weeks later, you're like shoot. Said that to everybody because garden tattoo. Don't get the tattoo. General there's probably like she deleted it quickly. I mean, they started working on the tattoo removal process immediately. Yeah. And her tweet to I think the tweet. Yeah. I think she just she just fired off. She was mad. And then she is she deleted the tweets, you gotta be careful with it with the old Twitter when you're. Yep. So like, if you're emotional scale is like one to ten you gotta be on a solid like four to five to tweet, even like, a sixty seven might get you saying something you regret? Yeah. There's a few people that need

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