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The First Ever Podcast

Sep 22, 2021

This week Jeremy interviews Dustin Kensrue of Thrice
Dustin and Jeremy are about to hit the road together on a full U.S. tour in support of Thrice’s new album Horizon’s / East so what better excuse is there than to have Dustin come on. On this episode the two talk social anxiety, being a hermit on the road, tour rehearsal, discovering punk through Screeching Weasel, his parents CD collection, the Michael Jackson “Bad” music video, seeing Snapcase for the first time, the two share stories about the band Far, learning piano in third grade and how it helped him understand music overtime, picking up guitar in junior high, learning Beatles songs, his first band The Typicals, his first show at a coffee shop, Jeremy seeing Dustin play solo in the mid 2000s and covering “Round Here” by Counting Crows, their first album Identity Crisis coming out of Green Flag records, signing to Sub City / Hopeless, first tours, playing SXSW and getting a booking agent, being electrocuted by a microphone, Thrice’s infamous tour with Converge, finding cheap hotels, merch prices, John k Samson / The Weakerthans, Koo’s Cafe in Santa Ana, Curl Up and Die, recording Identity Crisis with Paul Miner, flying to Maryland to record with Brian McTernan, signing to Island Records, how they approached recording Vheissu, signing to Vagrant, self recording albums, the evolution of goals, and so much more! 
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