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"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

"Hey thanks for having me. It's been a while I know we had you guys by the World Cafe and W EX-PM we produced the show a bunch of times when you're debut came out in two, thousand, eighteen, early, two, thousand eighteen. So it's good to have you guys back. Congratulations on the new record are excited that it's done yeah I. Mean obviously it's A. It's a bit of a weird time to release. Promote anything, but we feel super excited about this record and were pumps that we actually have something to like. Put into the world right now instead of just. Scrambling and doing all the livestream have been amazing but I think it feels good to like. Put that obviously worked on Cryer. All of this happening and have it be in the world. Now is pretty cool, so let's go back a little bit well first of all. Where are you talking to us today? Yeah I'm in the city. Actually I'm at like six, th and cal I've found sort of like a temporary apartment type situation and it's been great. Yes, so you're in Philadelphia as I am actually at the radio station today's. We're just a couple blocks away from each other. So close yet so far away. That's the story of this whole pandemic exactly exactly so. Let's go back to a couple of years now. When you release your debut album, you guys were on the road for it seems like a year and a half to two years is that? Correct. Yeah, I mean we really just didn't really say many things and It was it ended up being really amazing? It was a long cycle for the first record and and it was. We we saw ourselves go from torn all over the country, if few times in a van and by the end of it, we were actually the last thing we did was. We did a support tour for the lumieres and ultimate got cut a little bit short by Kobe, but I think at the end of it. We feel like this record speaks for what it would be like to put a band through hundreds of shows and see how much they can grow in a year and a half two years so. It was interesting. Well congratulations on the record now. Who did you work on the record with? with this record with Tucker Martine. WHO Like I said has a studio in Oron has done my morning jacket Nico case December soup. Gone Stephen Security just amazing records that you know we had. listen to an loves prior to meeting him and felt like he would just be a great fit, and it really was I mean we got to meet him on our show or earned him. He seems like. Just sort of the right terms of personality, and then his disability said he's got a great year, and we love to kind of push and trying to make weird sounds, and combine that with storytelling and I think it was a really good, really good bit well. The overall sound of the record is absolutely fantastic. It's colorful and it's warm. So congratulations on on on Pol- pulling that together. So, you've assembled the band virtually so I want to get to the first song. The song strangers anything you want to say about that song before we hear it. Yes, so this song actually. The record in your hands, it comes sort of at the end of a three part. Kind of trilogy of Songs All Kinda run together, but this is sort of the release. Of Sort of long drawn out three part breakup on and it sort of became our break up. Anthem I guess. We were all sort of going through different breakup when we were recording this record. and SORTA just became the. You know no matter where you're at with it. At some point, you got to move forward even if it doesn't feel Ryan and use got. Maybe, respect what happened, but but look towards the future. Let's get to it right now. This is strangers recorded virtually actually for cafe. Tell me a little bit about before we get to it before how you assembled everybody together because it's very cool, way recorded it for yeah, I mean. For us. It's it's we're all in different places. Obviously, so we kind of have to rely on slowly building the track that actually listened recently to. Interview with. The war on drugs, and I think it's the same sort of same sort of idea you know you start with metronome or a drum machine and and play that then you kinda. Add Arts around ad and and build the song sort of from scratch if you will. Which is a fun way to do it, but I think we're all very excited to someday. Be Back in the same room together as well. I'm sure let's listen to a right now. This is stranger. The quarantine mix here on the world cafe..

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"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Soon but yeah I like it. I like it a lot when someone says anything from the eighties. I immediately think well it's either hair metal. You know or overproduce synth pop and this is really nice and Jangling gangly and the top of it reminded me of that Santo Johnny Song Sleep Sleep Walk Yeah with the Little Slide Steel Guitar and that reminded me of a little cheap Boss drumming from one thousand nine hundred. Yeah Yeah might have been. Yeah I've been Chris. Knox not given lightly picked by waxahachie kid crutchfield who also has is a great song out and an album coming saint cloud that record saint cloud at the end of March awesome so Valentine's Day wonderful wonderful for many and sometimes those Valentine's Day is fall and life is not that Bowl of cherries right. Yeah I mean you know it can be a either a sad reminder for people who have just come out of a break-up or maybe you're just not with anybody at all and have been for a while and it's just a reminder that you're alone and and sometimes it's just for a lot of people just a time that Kinda hibernate be inside your house wrap yourself up and Kinda feel sad for are for the day and we got this piece of music from Laura Veers Artists. We followed for so many years and She and her partner Tucker Martine also her her musical partner. Producer have broken up and I'll let her tell the story of this song. I was a fool What she recorded on her phone and she's been very open about the break-up She's talked a lot about it on social media and she says that she's exploring a lot out of these feelings in this new music that she's been writing including she said the wonderful world of dating at this point in her life she mentioned but yeah. Let's hear her to hell tell us a little a bit about how she came to write this song. And then record it on her iphone and let's go out on this costs Really heartfelt message ex Mr Holton. I hope your Valentine's Day is it's going to be perfect. I'm not doing a thing not doing a thing. It's going to be awesome you to thank you from music. Happy Valentine's Day everybody. It's all songs considered. Hey this is Laura veers and I'm sharing a song I wrote called. I was a fool and this song is special to me. Because what you're hearing is the song as it came out of my brain. I picked up my phone. I was strumming guitar on the couch. Pushed record and the song as you hear it today came out of me. And that's that's really never happened in twenty five years of writing songs so I feel that it's a special thing for me like a kind of like a gift for a song to come through like that for the recording to sound half decent on my phone is kind of remarkable. Valentine's Day can be a hard day for people who are going through breakup for people who are experiencing heartache console. So I'm one of them this time around and I wanted to share the song on this day to provide Maybe a little solace for someone who's feeling sad. I I hope you realize you're not alone and we're really. There are a lot of us feeling said on Valentine's Day this year and hopefully a lot of us who are also not feeling sad in any case I hope you enjoy the saw.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on KCRW

"As pure bathing culture, live on KCRW. And also live tonight over the bootleg theater for which will have tickets to give away in a little bits. Sarah and Daniel. Join us. Hello. Hello. Hello. Hey so much for having us. Definitely absolutely of. So as we've talked about, you're the second band to be here live. So we're just understandably still a little giddy about the whole amazing here. I keep forgetting about the, the studio audience. We have so Hello to our, our. So anyway, welcome, welcome. How are you? Great feeling good feeling great. Well, I have to tell you, I have found this album, just totally exhilarating. Well, thank you so much. Thank you. I wonder if that is just your nature because I actually read that, that during the recording of this use split with your record label. And so perhaps had to face time when you really have to keep your head up. Absolutely. Yeah. I think most of all the records, just about staying on the path that you're supposed to be on, you know, perseverance. And we finally, you know, you think as an artist you're supposed to write about those things you find your way to them one way or another. And it found its way to us like, in a way that we never would have expected, you know, so we got to write this really record. Yeah. And have have have fans expressed this same sentiment to you, in different ways just that sort of reaction. I mean for me it feels like skydiving, it's just like triumphant. Thank you. I mean, I think fans over the years have told us a lot that our music has helped them through hard times, and that's the most meaningful thing to hear from people. So, yeah, I mean, I feel like it's also feels really new to like people are still discovering this record. And so it's been really fun to talk to people chose and have them tell us their favorite songs, and it's really been fun. Daniel talk about the, the, the music of it's and your relationship with the instruments because I was reading that you, you kind of give each instruments a personality sorts. Oh, yeah. Totally. You know, playing live. We, we love playing with musicians because it's so fun and dynamic. But I think there's something about being in the studio where you can make up your own world. If you're by yourself and for me since I end up playing a lot of the instruments in order to not kind of almost get schizophrenic. I'll like think of them as all different people like one of the drummer's on, on past name was old man, stall, which basically was just this one drum machine. New is like the funky Stromer that we had on the whole record. Or like the bass player is like kind of based on this, like guy from Scotland who wears purple pants and. There's a guy named Guthrie who plays, most of the lead guitars on the record. Yeah. I don't know. It helps it helps to it stays really fun that way. And you don't like double think about anything just kinda start making stuff. So who are you playing this morning? I'm kind of like across between Guthrie and I think old man's Tom lives in me all the time. To. Well, I will say that something that I'm drawn to in your music. Is it feels familiar in, in different ways than I can't quite but my finger on it? I kind of generalize and say, sort of eighties. Pop rock in or Fleetwood MAC, it's I don't I don't even know. We like all those. Definitely do. But how, how do you express that do have these kind of set points of reference between the two between the two of you? Sarah's looking at me she wants me to. I don't know what to say. I mean we we do love eighties music. We also really love sixties music. I mean really love listened to Motown the Beatles all the time. And like we just like different things individually to like, Sarah loves listening to, like a lot of ninety in I listened to like a lot of British music from the eighties. So, and I think either one of us made a solo record wouldn't sound like bathing culture. But when we bring it together, it creates like what the band. Sounds like sure. So this is the first time I've met you and the first time you've been to KCRW, but we have a bunch of mutual friends, I have come to find you worked with Tucker Martine this record. What was that, like amazing? Tucker is an incredible. Not only just an incredible person. He's so kind and loving, but he's also we spent a lot of time on this record are two. Previous records were basically mixed in under two we recorded and mixed in two weeks. And we worked on this. We worked. Might pass basically, over the course of the second half of twenty seventeen and probably spent a total about six weeks on it and Tucker was just so he just any idea he was down for, and he was down to see it all the way through even if you know, even if we weren't gonna keep it he was like, let's try. And even if you're like, oh, maybe that's not what we want. He's like let's see through, and let's take the time to work on it. So that was a new for us. And I feel like we're so proud of this record. And a lot of it is because of Tucker. I mean he really I feel like you really let us find ourselves in it. Can you say that you're you feel that it's your best work yet as a result? Yeah. I think especially in the studio. It's our best work are artistically. I think I wouldn't double guess myself and I think we've always been writing the music. We wanted to write. But I think in terms of making record we. Yeah. We did a better job on this one. It was interesting to hear just now advocate live as opposed to the, the studio version, because it's, it's more of a measured performance live. It's, it's not quite as unbridled interesting. I mean that's just my. Yeah. I think we're still like one of the things about this tours were kind of finally getting a chance to play these songs out and play live. And it's fun to figure out, you know..

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"tucker martine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That performing keep a light on from upcoming record love inevitable that was gen- grain joined by her husband and lead well on the piano and the Flugel horn at the same time. Unbelievable. Pretty good by not bad. Jan come over and say alot, you get a second there. I feel like I may have said something I may have presumed something that wasn't wasn't true. Because I said you worked not with Danny this record, but you work for Tucker Martine, and I said, I'm sure it felt like a risk did it. Yeah. It did. I was like who is anyway. Luckily, he's the greatest so they worked out really, well, what made it why did you want to do take a risk that? I think that, you know, Dan, and I have I made a lot of records together. And I've loved those experiences so much. I think it kinda got to a point where we were we could like sit down in the studio and just kind of like, you know, it was getting a little bit easy. You know? And so I look forward to going back to that experience with him. But I felt like especially before we make this new step is into parenthood. I wanted to go out on my own almost kind of like doing know how to make a record without then lead. Well, and yeah, so. Yeah. So I went out to try something new and it just felt like everything about the experiences. Just so new for me, and I just really revelled in that new absolutely. So it was is that important to you like, I don't know if you've ever talked about this is that important to you to feel like taking risks in your kick. Yeah. Yeah. I just feel like for me one of the greatest gift for making art is when you feel like you're taking a risk like, you know, if you align it to painting like throw some paint down page, and and you're you're like, I don't know what's going to happen. That's kind of like the beauty of it for me. I had Linda period on the show yesterday like incredible songwriter producer. And she said that I said, but what if you fail like if these days it's so much riskier to fail. You know, what I mean, totally? Yes, if you if you shag it up as we say her go for right? And she said, well, you know, you're not gonna fail. If you're doing something that's true to you. Let's get remember that can you relate to that? I think so. And I think that failure is a part of life, and we learn from our failures as well. And that's kind of what I try to the way I'm trying to look at life too. I gotta tell you. I'm I'm sort of selfishly happy, you're here. In addition to hearing music, but I'm also I still haven't met your your kid yet. I still haven't been can't believe he's so close by still have Gaza. So you and Danny welcomes your first son into the world gusts. Yes. Right. Congratulations so much. How's it going? How's motherhood motherhood is amazing? The transition to motherhood is like crazy and emotional and hard, and like everything and touring on top of that is it's a large plate that. I've. Put me, but I'm I'm feeling really grateful everyday like I just look at him. And I just can't believe that he's here. He's so cute. And he's so good. And I he has such as we spirit obsessed beautiful baby. I I if you're listening to this right now, you may wonder these these are these are personal questions to ask somebody. But I know you're in detail. You're talking to imagine really. What are you talking about? What state the record? Did you Danny find out you were going to have a kid? Well, getting to have the kid was such a long processes, you know, you know, folks, listen to this may not no that's very true took me about six years to get to get Gus. So a lotta times I was touring records and worrying about getting pregnant felt like for years. I is this flight making me not pregnant like just so many pressures that was putting myself 'cause it was it had taken such a long time and like during that time trying to be really grounded until and meditating and all the good things. He should be doing every day anyway. But there was pressure on me. And eventually we decided to try several methods of of fertility treatments like we did a couple rounds. I you I made friends with all the staff at the art clinic and health acts. We love them so much those didn't work. I did around of I've with two embryos had an early miscarriage that was devastating. But like actually for the way that I healed from that party. -cially was by eating a huge loaf of bread called Newfoundland bread with just like a bunch of butter and just ate it for today's eating the coach. And that was like I called the clinic. I was like let's do it again. And and and we we did the the the magical cycle that that resulted in descrient lead. Well, it's it's so nice to hear you talk about this. But it was I mean you, and I I should point out that you, and I had like Danny talked about this a little bit when we would see one another kind of keeping up to date. And. But I was surprised a little bit. When I thought you wrote this essay for CBC, we kind of talked about this, and you talked about for treatment. Did you talked about fertility issues that the two of you guys went through? Why are you talking about this? I mean the best way possible. Why did you want to share the story? I I mean, I think as a writer for me, it's always been a thanks as a kid like once I go through something. I think part of the healing process. Part of the learning experience for me is to be able to share that like whether it's in songwriting or whether it's just like trying to write something that's real so people couldn't you'd be like, oh, yeah. I really to that are going through that too. Or I'm thinking about it, or I'm had I have pain because of this and just trying to, you know, share my variances in the hopes that it will there be there stigma around for Tony treatments for sure. And you know, why not use my what voice I have to to help, you know, alleviate some of that. So what it means to you like when you share this Longo Christmas time Christmas day out. Oh my goodness. I remember I remember that. And I went on the east coast Twitter like I was on Twitter, which is largely. People from health X, and and all that kind of stuff every people across the country where posting I'm so happy you wrote this. I went through something like this too. And that which is publicly I can't imagine the not getting from people about about they had gone nuts. Love notes. So I mean, what does that mean to you? It was great. I had to take a couple of days away before I could look at them because there was a lot of them. And I feels good. Yeah. I feel proud to. I feel really proud of Gus. He had a big journey to get here. And I feel proud of every woman and every every parent or father anyone who's trying to create a family, whatever that family looks like to them. You know, it's it's a big. It's a big deal last question. This is this about in some ways giving people support or giving people a narrative that maybe you weren't getting enough of when you were going through this as well. I think so I think I didn't really know where to turn. I mean, I was I was doing all the like internet searches of how many healthy vitamins can I take two and how much acupuncture and osteopathy l think those things are all wonderful. But yeah, I didn't know I just needed. I don't know. What I? Yeah. I just this is the path. I took an if it helps anybody else. That's great. I'm so I'm so glad that I just so incredibly, hyper you, guys any makes both of you an unbelievable amount. And I'm so happy. I can't wait to meet little cost. I went in to Danny tell you that. I I went into a lotta him this morning. And this is what a great care. And didn't notice the baby didn't see the baby floor. Great. Great move, Tom. So busy so quick. Oh, yeah. That's probably oh, you're so sweet. You wrote something interesting your bio for love and edible. You wrote some of the Qatar songs wrote in this little window of a few days where I felt this kind of energy around me. I didn't know I was pregnant yet. And those were those songs those were that was win though songs were written that must be so meaningful to play them now too. Yeah. Absolutely. I can know when I'm singing performing on stage. I usually I pay different things. Singing, and sometimes I noticed now I picked your guesses face. And it's such a nice feeling victor's face is your is your music is the way you're approaching your career is pushing music at all changed. I don't know yet. I'm not sure I I'm not sure. Yeah. I know that right now things are I've been through so much. He was born like the, you know, motion physical stuff of having a baby is huge. And I'm processing all that still wild kind of putting the record out. I know that I know that there's a place for me to, you know, create something out of what's going through right now. And but but but yeah, back to what you were saying before I did write those always in the special window because I didn't know I didn't know if I was pregnant yet. I did the treatments. I was waiting for my blood test. And so this whole album came from a songs that I wrote while I was either like super exhausted from being pregnant or just kinda wondering if it was going to work out, and that was another risk to like the record to make Tucker in July. And I was like, I really hope this IVF works. I don't know what I'm doing. Anyway, that was a very roundabout. No. You know, when I when I look at people like you Caroline Brooks. From the good lovely chief, his good friend. Who who writes impose an awful lot about being a mom on the road? Yeah. This is support network in Canada that I've felt really amazing felt so connected to with with with her with Caroline and with Jill barber and with Amy Milan who's been amazing support to me as well through the beginning stages of of motherhood, and and other people as well..

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"tucker martine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fifty three forty four fifty one remaining in Hinkle Fieldhouse on China garner park matter with you. Joining us gold shield is the official ground transportation partner of other athletics. Also, the proud sponsor rebound the road with market index which Alaron advance of every game away from Hegel Fieldhouse to get you set for the action on Facebook live with Nick Creighton started the second-half strong eleven on answer Butler as answered with five points to their own Paul George Watson credit. He came in. Early substitution of eight things after then able to get the ball inside the paint when you're able to get inside this great defense. They collapsed now that trip for Joey's make they kinda stayed home a little bit more than usual Matalau, Joey some space to operate and he hit a tough shot. But you got to try to find ways to get inside. This defense force them to provide been able to successful offense. You gotta get stops. And try to push the basketball those MRs. All the four for the BULLDOGS Jorgen since McDermott Baldwin Tucker is into the game and Fowler as well. Hold on. You'll have the ball. A thirteen point lead fifty three to forty baller now in the front court twenty on the shot clock Baldwin hedged up by crop poll. He is trapped over the shoulder able to find Jorgensen now inside look the Fowler in a short quarter Nate one on one against proper spins around, got fouled trumpet in. But Natal have to at the LA Mars there trapping also Kamar when they're trying to push him and get the basketball out of his hands. He's got to recognize that try and get it out quickly. And then once again, Mark when you your opposition doubles, you should be able to take advantage of that good passing teams. Good cutting teams smart teams can take advantage teams load up. Time wasn't necessarily smooth sailing. But the dogs were able to get it out. And then have numbers on the backside Nate knocks in the first attempt to restore a fourteen point lead. Buries a second as well back. The fifty five forty Butler with fourteen forty to play. Belong. John seven. Oh, rod over the last fifty seven seconds. Here's alexander. The crate Bluejays now, it's ballot-counting left-wing elevate for three that is. No good. Rebound down by Tucker. Jordan Tucker brings it forward between the legs now slides pass on. The finished by Sean. Now, it's pallet looking to quickly answer the other way of foul on the floor against Nate. To match up. That was the case they had to jump out autumn. But Kamara those guys were trying to talk to get matched up again. Hard to describe just how hard creating pushes the basketball after makes. I mean, they are trying to fly up the sideline, and you cannot rest or relax. It all seventeen point lead for Butler fifty seven to forty fourteen thirteen Romeny Alexander out of the way, uptown Jefferson with it. Now feeding down to crop poll properly against Tucker. Martine got fouled by Jordan. To try to stay vertical. Man, it will be two shots for proper. Get a good job staying straight up there. Mark. About nine thousand one hundred and forty eight others here will do as well. A sellout crowd. That's right. Over ninety one hundred. Decide this historic building. Team crop. First free throw. No good. Back iron on every attempt. They gave up an offensive rebound earlier. Free throw mess from crumple. Part about eleven oh, Ron. Seventeen point lead four with fourteen o four left and crop. Will second hops out talker able to save it. Jefferson was lurking. Whistle on the Bluejays here. Tucker with the ball out the wing crop poll comes over to hedge in help and trapped. Now, it's underneath ballot. Able to save it for the Blue Jays as they take it away. You can't put that much air underneath that pass Alexander steps into a three. No foul. Mitch pallet trying to go for the loose ball and shove. Not field. Christian David will Jackie Chan and Sean McDermott will come out. Not only made those changes with the starting lineup. But he's changed the rotation. A little bit has an Christian, David. Almost. More regularly in the rotation here this afternoon Jorgensen down to Fowler. He's trapped Nate hits the deck Jorgensen for three off the Mark and the rebound crumple will get a foul called against Jordan. Tara. It's already sixteen thousand now. On the boiler bold. I'm sorry. Five thousand more second on Jordan soccer. Just to fouls on Creighton. In another good, look, Mark. After the double team you kick out. The Paul George Benson for clean look for deep. Seventeen point lead for baller. Fifty seven forty with thirteen thirteen left. Jefferson now over the ski valley defended by Christian David flips surpass cross-court Scana drive floater missed underneath cold down by rolling back out to balance the hill ticket deep three and knock it down. We has ranged insured us. Samsonite will run for the BULLDOGS. Like that a fourteen point game. Twelve forty remaining Jorgensen back out to David now with Baldwin perimeter left shot come on biding, his time working in close it off. Took the harm to. What's it gonna pay touch off instantly for the dogs? Fifty nine forty three ballot. I guess sucker. Beautiful offensive foul and Tucker such a smart play. Mark such a smart play by Jordan chocolate him squared. That's not a flop that's selling. He was in good defensive position. If he doesn't go to the there. There's no whistle. So that's a smart play by Jordan, Tucker. Excellent job of understanding again details tendencies what guys want to do. Good job. Foul on ballot Joseph cash. Aw, come back into the game. For the Blue Jays. Twelve twenty three left Butler fifty nine Creighton forty three here in Hegel Fieldhouse BULLDOGS with the ball and sixteen point lead Baldwin over his shoulder Fowler three. Third. Sixty to forty three bother extends their advantage over Creighton with twelve minutes left the island that one up your they're gonna have NATO from three or Camara headed downhill. Seguro ski tip by Tucker. Three point attempt. And now with ten on the shot clock. Joseph cater the lane had it. Both loose six to shoot. Alexander lost. It picked up by Tucker outlook pass it the foot race. And had it stripped away. Out of here. It'll be Butler ball hundred their basket when we come back. That's look the defense has created so many sequences like that haven't they were the balls. Getting poked away crazies out of rhythm. And it's the activity the energy on defense by the dogs at four. Some of those awkward looking possessions for Creighton media time out on the floor eleven thirty.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on Broken Record

"Let's say I have my own stories, and I don't feel the specifics are as important as the fact that the story is believed and valued just like every other woman, I know who has these stories and. The trauma. I think childhood trauma any trauma. It rearranges you in a way that you start acting in the world differently. And I started thinking how long does it take to get out of that? How long does it take to become yourself? You know in your sixth decade, are you still working on this you still crawling out from it? Are you still walking through the world like a thief trying to steal a little moment of joy, or you know, some attention for yourself. Do you have an answer for that? Now. 'cause I'd love to hear it. I don't have the answer. And in fact, I liked that songs don't provide answers just provoke questions. Did did the feeling you're talking about did that precede the Cavanaugh hearings? Oh, yeah. Definitely. I mean, I I mean the expression of that politically that go back to the election. Oh my God. Yes. I didn't stop crying for ten days after the election and I have four daughters and son and my daughters were devastated in one of them said to me, she called up crying the night of the election. And she said, I feel like I don't matter. And that pierced my heart whenever I think of that sentence. I just breaks my heart and at the same time our son was writing his college filling out his essay for college. And one of the questions was what would you change in this world, if you could change one thing, and he wrote sexism that just came out of the blue we didn't expect that he said because I have a mom and four sisters, and I see how it hurts them. Those are the people we hope rule the world. No. Young men who were that syncing or young women or young women of a growing up there were and I know you like these artists who who looked at albums that way, like Joni Mitchell, or or Linda Ronstadt, but they've thought very much in terms of albums. Do you think still in terms of albums even in this age? Oh, yeah. And the time, and you know, focus that we spent on sequencing an album because it it is an album to us. You know, it's like what is track three? How are we gonna start at? How are we going to end it? And even if there's not a theme there's there is a melodic or a narrative arc to it. That makes sense. I'm actually not very good at sequencing John is much better. Tucker Martine who is the other producer on this album half the album was produced by him half by John? He is also good at sequencing. So I kind of left that to to the gentleman, but you're right. Joni Mitchell that. Blue was really really important record to me up to that point. I mean, I was young but up to that point. I kind of just thought men were songwriters. I didn't realize that a woman could be a songwriter, and that her inner life was legitimate, raw material to create songs music art and put it out in a public forum that was that was a startling and revelatory moment for me, then we'll get to the other songs in a minute. But are all the songs confessional in that way? Or they all parts of you. I don't like that word confessional. Because it makes it seem like a diary, and there is an an art and a craft to songwriting and poetic license and a rhyme scheme in a melody and backbeat in all of those things staff to work together to make a song work at the same time. Yeah. There's. Nothing outside of myself on this album. Not nothing. It's also I regret using the word. It's a word that's used with women's music. Absolutely. You don't hear about men's confessional health? That's because we have nothing to say. That's so true. Well with that we try another song that's next try being the operative word. We'll see. Which one are we doing? Let's do let's do Jerusalem. But I need just hold the whole the binary code near for second. I gotta retune.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

"Cafe the the first time I heard that that song. And the first time I read the title of the record. I thought it sounds like a threat it's kind of on a knife's edge. It's a threat, and it's also common. Like in some ways, it's very sexy. I'm going to remember everything about you. And in other ways, it's threat like don't mistrust my memory. I remember everything right? I started thinking about memory in what a burden it would be to remember everything about your life. Where you were on your twelfth birthday the first day of tenth grade every person you've met, you know, every flu you had. And then in another way, I thought you know, it would. It's a comfort thing about it being in some kind of psychic library that everything that's happened to us there that comforts me away. I want to play a little bit of a song that you co wrote with your husband, and you mentioned John Leventhal who co produced the album with Tucker Martine as the sun the undiscovered country that that sort of explorers. I guess we'll literally explores in the league's the undiscovered country between a woman and a man tell me a little bit about exploring that dynamic with your husband as raider. Well, I wrote the lyrics, and I labored over these lyrics for months and months, and I wrote four or five different melodies to it. And I just couldn't find it. I knew they weren't right? And so I asked John to write the music, and he had it immediately, which you know is throw but the song it takes a journey. You know, it starts in the past. All those who go before us. And then to are the future all those who follow after our children. But in the center of all of that is the place where we have questions at won't be answered. And this woman who's a savior? And I don't mean a religious savior. Or is it a particular person, you have in mind or sort of a it's a lot of women. I have in mind, it's all the women who take risks and used their voices in public in our attacked and assaulted for it and. Still are courageous. And they do it for all of us. Yeah. Okay. Well, let's listen to let's us into the undiscovered country. Go. The mothers king shakes. Full dust up in. If you. You can. From the track. Good bum. It's mad. Bye. The goals. No, they. Shining. And some just. In a. So. Thanks..

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"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

"Cash is new album. She remembers everything Roseanne welcome back to world. Cafe. Hi, tania. Thank you. Hi. So one thing that really strikes me on that song in particular. But on the whole album in general is sort of the the round -ness of your voice. I take that as a compliment. Thank you. I'm glad well, it's meant that way. It's just I I don't know why this was like the first thing that I wanted to ask you about. But I'm burning to ask you about it because it's it's like recorded in three dimensions. It feels like. So is there something that you've learned over the years as a singer that that allowed it to sound the way that it does on? She remembers everything. Two parts to that question. I think partly my voice is aging it's aging fairly. Well, I like how it's aging, and you know, Rachel said, you're better singer at fifty than you are twenty-five because your life shows up in your voice, and I truly believe that. And the other part is the Sonics have always been really important to me an unfortunate to work with on this record with a couple of producers, Tucker Martine, and John Leventhal who have. Very deep listening skills as far as the specifics of Sonics and recording. So I was the beneficiary of that on your last record on the river and the thread to to make it came out about five years ago. This it you made it by taking this sort of physical road trip to trace the places where you have roots in Tennessee, and Arkansas Louisiana and hearing your latest album hearing, she remembers everything it sorta sounds like a road trip through your own internal highways like going on on an inside road trip. Did it like that description? That's fair to say like if it felt that way if it felt that way to you. Yeah. Well, going back. I don't have any roots in Louisiana that I know about, but okay, Tennessee and Arkansas Yam, but and in Virginia as well, which shows up in the them, but the south is kind of this mystical place this record write it was plumbing. Some of my own depths, and I love men very much. But I've just felt like I just didn't wanna hear. Any male narratives on this record? I just you know, I just wanted so badly to tell a woman story my story, my experiences, my hope my rage. My love my madness. And however particular that is not tried to tilt it. So that it fits some idea of what socially acceptable, or what the male narrative is. It's any sense at all that makes total sense. And I'm already thinking of like so many examples of of songs on the record that sound like what you've just said the convenience about everyone. But me as an example of of of that, and what what a what a woman goes through. But, but I I wanna ask you like there's an urgency to what you've just said that makes me think that you do you feel like you've done that before in in your career? Does it feel like a new thing to say to say this? No, I mean, I have done it before my career. No, it doesn't feel new it feels more urgent as you said. That's a very good word for it. I have more to say I have less time to say at this point in my life. I have four daughters and a son. And when my son went away to college last year, there was one of the questions on his college essay. When he was applying was what what is the one thing in this world, you would change if you could. Any wrote sexism, and I didn't see that coming. It was powerful. And I started thinking a lot about my daughter's when I was writing the songs on this record. And everything that's happened in the last few years and how they feel devalued. They tell me they feel devalued and it's heartbreaking. So I kind of assimilated that into my own story my own history. I mean when I was first starting to make records, I didn't think about. Gender separation. I I never liked the idea of being called a woman songwriter or a woman singer, and I didn't make sense to me I thought well how why would you separate songwriters by gendered?.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on World Cafe

"Rosen has a new album out today. It's called she remembers everything in some ways. It's very sexy. I'm gonna remember anything about. And in other ways, it's a threat. Don't miss trust my memory. I remember everything the album explores rage regret long-term love feminism memory, and we use that are detailed enough to feel like they're coming for those and the generous enough to let us your own stories. In sounds Roseanne is an outspoken advocate for issues like gun control spoken out against gun violence for twenty years and for artists rights. She was recently honored with the spirit of Americana free speech award and believe it or not the first ever speech award spirit of Americana was given to her father Johnny cash back in two thousand and two. I was taught if you don't speak your conscious. You don't have the curse to state known convictions in. You're not worse thing. These are my convictions. You're going to hear Roseanne I talk about her views on gun control. And you should know that we recorded this conversation more than a week ago. So we spoke before news broke that a gunman shot and killed eleven worshippers this past Saturday at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh, okay? Versions album, sheer remembers everything was co produced by Tucker Martine and by Roseanne's husband and longtime collaborator. John leventhal. It features some guest appearances, including Kris Kristofferson, Elvis Costello and call Malloy of the December assists who appears on the song rabbit hole. Let's have a listen to a piece of that one before we talked to Rosanne cash just. Bins. I'm looking for. You make..

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"tucker martine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Veres joins us from the studios of oregon public broadcasting thanks so much for being with us thanks for having this scott we're listening to the first single from the album out in the yard kids pulled your sleeve shirt turquoise beams light up the gutter of leaves this talk about the precious fragility of everyday things it is it's almost about that mystical feeling you can have spending time with children who are seeing the bright side of things and the almost surreal aesthetic side of things the turquoise beams like someone's blue eyes are looking at the gutter leaves which are so boring but to a child's is that could be worms could be exciting things lighting up the gutter leaves so it's yeah it's about the conflict a lot of us feel being parents trying to balance and juggle everything and also artists trying to straddle the line between holding down jobs and raising children and also meeting space and time to dream and be imaginative and free in our thinking i forget who said it that the pram in the hallway is the enemy of art i would disagree with that i'm only eight years in to being a pram pusher but but i do feel there are a lot of things that worked together being an artist and apparent constant sense of rediscovery when you're constantly discovery a constant sense of look at these artists that i can be inspired by because as you get older i think was the picasso quote it's a challenge to be an artist as an adult children are artists and you can seek inspiration from there wide eyed wonder at everything listen to title the lookout three beautiful sean thank you you gotta look out that's about my husband tucker who has produced records except for the very first one and he produced this new on tucker martine.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reveres joins us from the studios of oregon public broadcasting thanks so much for being with us thanks for having this scott we're listening to the first single from the album out in the yard kids pulled your sleeve shirt turquoise beams light up the gutters leaves this talk about the precious fragility of everyday things it is it's almost about that mystical feeling you can have spending time with children who are seeing the bright side of things and the almost surreal aesthetic side of things the turquoise beams like someone blue eyes are looking at the gutter leaves which are so boring but to a child's is that could be worms that could be exciting things lighting up the gutter leaves so it's yeah it's about the conflict a lot of us feel being parents trying to balance and juggle everything and also artists trying to straddle the line between holding down jobs and raising children and also needing space and time to dream and the imaginative and free in our think i forget who said it that the pram in the hallway is the enemy of art i would disagree with that i'm only eight years in to being a pram pusher but i feel there are a lot of things that work together being an artist and apparent constant sense of rediscovery when you're constantly discovery a constant sense of look at these artists that i can be inspired by because as you get older i think was the picasso quote it's a challenge to be an artist as an adult all children are artists and you can seek inspiration from there wide eyed wonder if everything let's do a bit of the title track the lookout the beautiful sean thank you you gotta look out that's about my husband tucker who has produced records except for the very first one and he produced this new on tucker martine.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Veres joins us from the studios of in public broadcasting thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me scott we're listening to the first single from the album out in the yard kids pulled your sleeve shirt turquoise beams light up the gutters leaves this talk about the precious fragility of everyday things it is it's almost about that mystical feeling you can have spending time with children who are seeing the bright side of things and the almost surreal listrik side of things the turquoise deems like someone's blue eyes are looking at the gutter leaves which are so boring but to a child's is there could be worms that could be exciting things lighting up the gutter leaves so it's yeah it's about the conflict a lot of us feel being parents trying to balance and juggle everything and also artists trying to straddle the line between holding down jobs and raising children and also meeting space and time to dream and the imaginative and free in our thinking i forget who said it the pram in the hallway is the enemy of art i would disagree with that i'm only eight years in to being a pram pusher but i feel there are a lot of things that work together being an artist and apparent constant sense of rediscovery when you're constantly discovery a constant sense of look at these artists that i can be inspired by because as you get older i think was the picasso quote it's a challenge to be an artist as an adult all children are artists and you can seek inspiration from there wide eyed wonder if everything let's do a bit of the title track the lookout attributes sean thank you you gotta look out that's about my husband tucker who has produced records except for the very first one and he produced this new on tucker martine.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Sinn once catches something could just something go i've been waiting been waiting it's interesting that this record starts off with a strummed guitar and it sounds very much like what you would expect from a record from the december and then about a minute half into it the drop comes and it suddenly eighties sense pop well they were ready for a change they shifted from their usual producer tucker martine who is a fantastic producer no no shane on tucker to john congleton who's you know worked with people like who's worked with rob he did the most recent soons record work with swans he's he's worked with saint vincent like really adventurous sonically those those groups so they walked in there wanting to try something new and they watch i guess they went to a different studio let's listen to a little bit of a song called severed louis allies safai.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"A half hour you see now in fact i think i have before yeah yes yeah but he will he didn't he um what do you say the feelings weren't mutual so i was very heartbroken but i did gain a uh a lot from it um yeah so it's okay over it uh how many years later that has happened now a dozen are oh my god yeowah stop think about time we're listening to your song and this one was recorded in america is at the first one you two tabloid way or do you have you done you he records this and portland with yes yes no the previous teary recorded in omaha nebraska with might now guess rda alleged and wide awake it's morning and now the ride i style wednesday will circle there yeah so the app that was huge for us such an honor and this record the you record in in uh portland with yeah tucker martine hadden headed tucker martine for those of don't knows a b you would know him from so many things december's would be one law reveres is his wife and they were pretty produces her record sit there to nico case hugely my morning jacket and yeah yeah i mean he someone that we've we've been in contact with for many years he was the first producer to ever reach out to us in two thousand ten i think eight yeah yeah yeah and he wrote us and i saw him we played in portland yes and we told them that one.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"I'm bob oil and with this plus one podcast from all songs considered spent about six years since first aid kit not me out with their performance at the tiny desk and the jews urb niagara johny do mm little with me the to swedish sister's clara and johannes soderberg make remarkable american country flavored music their latest songs can be found on their out in ruins that record includes performances by members of wilco in rem and it's produced by tucker martine and his participation helped broaden and empower their sound i'm always fascinated by the way american culture takes hold in other countries and these two sisters embody that notion showing ferry little of their own traditions in music that so close to their hearts so it's curious about the music they hear back home and so i ask clara andrew hannah to come to npr with a list of swedish songs they wanted to share and so today firstaid kit play dj the so people get the sounds of your voice clarisa hello hello joanna how now what exit was then exactly i don't know that's probably not the way that you'd say hello or i'd say hello natural natural at when you put a mike an of may it had very nice found oh cool thing how how you're actually here people's accents you notice them when you travel around the country fischer via but not ask clearly as an american would think no no i don't think so but i think you learn i mean i remember when i lived in england i started hearing the accents more and more longer i love it more evident there here here but i really i'm really fascinated by accents oh here sony to do from speaker an accent in a swedish accent for me look someone who lives in the south maybe someone who lives in men in english our engineers waidisch okay can lower dna south now i am yeah i'll go a phone scam own adult off the monday tsa normally to solemnise it among the aca moscow house nafta very nasal finally only got the cook the arl's yeah i don't wanna north say with the up north loyal but i can i only region can do oh yeah i can do the norwegian but that's a different north and but i can't do the moon will go we'll do it they all dead goals like up.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Exclusively from acura bad days meemaw this sad that i welcome back to sound opinions on bread caught with jim era goddess at detract from the new first aid kit album ruins it's called rebel heart first aid kit is basically a dual just outside of the stockholm and sweden sisters clara and joanna soderberg their first album came out in two thousand eight they had a breakthrough elm in two thousand fourteen with stay gold followed by what they described as a neverending tour they basically been on the road for six years they got sick of their music uh they got sick of each other they took a break and clara the younger sister of eventually moved out of sweden to live with her then fiancee in manchester england that relationship broke up and led to the songs that uh they crafted for this particular alma heavy breakup a themed record it was recorded in portland with producer tucker martine who has worked with artist like nico case the december it's my morning jacket here's a track from the new record it's called it's a shame from first aid kit unsound opinions madam hanging other no foreign way on that will be here david madam josue win will save gouda the no the.

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"tucker martine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"tucker martine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Just a short excerpt from paulino aveiro send the deep listening banned metal orgy is the punting title of that peace from the album called readymade boomerang an apparent reference to the way the sound bound cbs's off the walls of this underground cistern and just keeps bouncing around that is one of the reasons that most recordings in this cistern in fort washington or poor townsend in the state of washington have a kind of ambient feel to them like the jarrett bischoff piece that will be a hearing in just a couple of minutes but were still kind of working our way to how he got how gierek bischoff got the idea for his peace cistern carrots been here in our studio a couple of times but not not yet to talk about this project so i'm just gonna hazard a guess here and say that he might have heard about the cistern from the noted rock producer tucker martine works with the december wrists and just many many many other bands and the reason i think that is because tucker martine accompanied the piano player wayne horovitz into that very cistern some years ago to help out with a project called 55 music and dance in concrete this was just what the title promises 55 short fragments of music and dancers in the sister under under port washington under that fort warden there so let's hear one of those fifty five pieces they we have numbers in this is number twenty six from wayne horovitz and a small ensemble which is all you need to make a big sound inside a cistern and then we will finally return to the peace we her little bit of at the top of the show this gierek bischoff work called cistern from the album of the the same name inspired by his experience in that very same cistern in washington state but actually performed in hudson new york in a studio by the orchestra called contemporary rainiest so let's but you you definitely in the ambient kind of floating nature of the music you'll definitely here a similarity to this music by wayne horovitz actually recorded in the cistern underground there in washington state.

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