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Luke Colorado
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#1 Post by Luke Colorado »

Artists similar to PSB that have gone on Sodajerker:

Thomas Dolby
Johnny Marr
Ben Watt
Neil Hannon
Sparks
Gary Numan
Howard Jones
Trevor Horn
Dido
Sting
Tim Rice-Oxley
OMD
Martin Fry
Dave Stewart
Erasure
Midge Ure
Moby
Duran Duran

Go on Sodajerker N&C!
I sincerely *love* Disco 2 and listen to it straight through regularly.

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#2 Post by tottenhammattspurs »

Huh?
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#3 Post by OakeyDokey »

It's a podcast run by two cheeky Scousers with musical chops themselves where they ask big-name musicians about how they write songs etc.

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#4 Post by DopeFiend »

Never heard of Dickjerker, but a podcasting appearance could be cool. I'm not fond of the traditional radio appearances where everything is fake and arse-kissing, and that's all Neil (not PSB) seems to do.
Podcast with them just chatting for 90+ minutes. I mean I'd rather actual music, but 1 thing I'd like to hear Neil talk about is his difficulties and mental anguish. He wrote in 99 Poems that one song's inspiration was "self hate". I feel like that hasn't been discussed much. Or how about Chris with hardcore drugs, that's only been hinted at in some places, I'd like to hear more about that.
BTW I'm not big on PSB doing something just because a list of other artists have done it. In a way we have to be realistic and let them do what will be worthwhile, but PSB's strong suit has been going against the grain and doing the unexpected.
They're trend setters, not followers.

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#5 Post by Synthrobot »

Sodajerker was recommended to me a couple of months back.

So far I’ve listened to Tim Rice-Oxley and Moby.

Time well spent.

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