New Episodes: Midnight Music Review in the Attic

Midnight Music Review in the Attic - Ep. 7 Pedrum Siadatian of PAINT

Pedrum Siadatian ventures up to the attic to explore the psychedelic pop sounds of his solo project, Paint, as well discuss his work with Los Angeles-garage rockers Allah-Las, the influence of "blues Kermit the frog" Kevin Ayers, the anti-influence of the Grateful Dead, his interest in Beat writers like William Burroughs, and his desire to create motion pictures and poetry.

Midnight Music Review in the Attic - Ep. 8 Kamikaze Palm Tree

Welcome back to the attic, where Argentinian wolf-man Salvador Cresta catches up with enigmatic experimental rock duo Kamikaze Palm Tree who discuss their work with Cate Le Bon, covering Led Zeppelin in their early days, touring with Wilco and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, nodding to The Doors, and their Drag City debut, Mint Chip.

Midnight Music Review in the Attic - Ep. 9 Mark Neeley

Cartoonist Mark Neeley joins Salvador Cresta in the attic to discuss his primitive animation techniques, and inspiration. Includes music and projects by Michael Rault, Never Young Beach, John Andrews and the Yawns, Spencer Callum, Aquarium Drunkard, and 50 Watt Books.

Midnight Music Review in the Attic - Ep. 10 Jamie Wolfe

Los Angeles-based animator Jamie Wolfe joins the wolf man Salvador Cresta for an attic hang out sesh, discussing her inky animations and videos with King Krule, Sneaks, Local Natives, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Adult Swim's Rick & Morty, The Rolling Stones, and much more.

Midnight Music Review in the Attic - Ep. 11 Amigous Argentinous

Salvador Cresta reporting live from the attic in Argentina. This month, he welcomes us into the psychedelic world of some of the country's most interesting music, from cult artists like Los Siquicos Litoraleños, Pablo Picco, vlubä, and Los Waldos. Plus, an anti-war anthem from Doris Melton.

Midnight Music Review in the Attic - Ep. 12 Adam Green

Adam Green pranced onto the indie rock landscape with The Moldy Peaches in the ’90s and early 2000s and has continued a streak of strange music and art ever since. On this episode of Midnight Music Review in the Attic, Salvador Cresta invites Adam to discuss his 2016 experimental film Adam Green’s Aladdin—starring Alia Shawkat, Zoe Kravitz, Natasha Lyonne, Jack Dish...Read More