Ears to Feed sits down with A Place to Bury Strangers' Oliver Ackermann to discuss the suffocating nature of NYC, how he kept up his creative energy during the pandemic and more.
Frontman Charlie Manning-Walker of Chubby and the Gang discusses his life in hardcore, the urge to break free of punk's restrictions, working with Fucked Up's Jonah Falco and more.
Museum of Love's Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany discuss their new album 'Life Of Mammals,' Mahoney's emergence as a front person, balancing touring with family life and more.
Berlin-based artist Anika aka Annika Henderson discusses releasing her latest solo album in nearly a decade, her brilliant sense of fashion, the realities of being a DIY musician and more.
Acclaimed songwriter Cassandra Jenkins discusses her musical upbringing, the inspiration she gets from random interactions with people, her memories of David Berman and more.
Steve Turner of Mudhoney discusses the 30th anniversary and making of 'Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge,' the joys of record collecting, the campaign to have Seattle's new sewage tunnel named after the band and more.
Alexis Marshall, frontman of Daughters, discusses the sonic creation of his debut solo album 'House of Lull. House of When,' health issues from his long touring career and how the success of Daughters led him back down a road of addiction.
The creative force behind acclaimed indie project Current Joys, Nick Rattigan discusses his self-directed music videos, musical inspirations, bad movie tropes and more.
Acclaimed radio host and writer Tom Scharpling discusses his debut novel It Never Ends: A Memoir with Nice Memories, the struggles of mental illness, memorable guests on The Best Show and more.
Sara Lund, drummer of revered post-hardcore trio Unwound discusses the 20 year anniversary of their final album Leaves Turn Inside You, the reasons for the groups disbanding and the possibility of future live performances.
Genghis Tron's Hamilton Jordan and Michael Sochynsky discuss how the genre-transgressive metal group came together to record and develop their first album in 13 years, Dream Weapon.
Third Man Records co-founder Ben Swank shares his first memories of meeting label partner Jack White, a memorable evening with Jerry Lee Lewis, the vinyl resurgence and more.
Ears to Feed is honored to welcome Brooklyn?s shapeshifting punks The Men to discuss the 10 year anniversary of their groundbreaking 2011 album, Leave Home.
Pile frontman Rick Maguire talks about the new record, what it was like to dust off some older tunes to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Magic Isn?t Real and much more.
Veteran songwriter Damien Jurado explains his reasoning behind starting his own label, the influence of classic television on his recent records and his one-of-a-kind musical partnership with Richard Swift.
Kill Rock Stars founder Slim Moon discusses the start of the label, his friendship with Kathleen Hanna, the lasting genius of Elliot Smith, Unwound and more.