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Rachel Lawlor
Dad is a Brooklyn hardcore punk band carving a new path of fatherly disappointment through intense jams. The band, consisting of Jeremy Duvall, Jesse Fairbairn, Jon Murphy, and James Watson dropped by…
Thumpasaurus is a punk-funk wild rollercoaster ride of a party machine full of aliens, tearing out of LA. With a ridiculously entertaining vibe and a flair for the dramatic (think somewhere along the…
Pip Blom the band is led by the young Amsterdam songwriter of the same name. Using post-punk urgency, 90’s alt-rock hooks and twists, and a genuine knack for songwriting and expression, the music is…
Gil describes how a close friend betrayed him and why he was able to forgive that betrayal.
We first met Brooklyn bassist extraordinaire Eva Lawitts when the band Citris dropped by, but she’s a musician who you’ve likely heard already, whether you realize it or not. Be it one of her own…
Kim talks about her educational journey and how it has taught her the way that work is valued in academia.
Mareda recalls how having her mother as the director of her pre-school gave her a sense of authority and what she would tell her younger self today. 1st Person is presented by Urban…
LA trio Warbly Jets - aka Samuel Shea, Julien O'neill, and Dan Gerbang - has already toured the world both on their own and opening for the likes of Liam Gallagher, The Dandy Warhols, and Mystery…
Anastasia recalls an incident where she could have intervened to help someone in need but did not, and what means to be a bystander today.
Madeline recalls what brought on the most trivial fight she was part of and how it was resolved. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Propagation" by Com Truise
Jo talks about what it’s been like to live life on the road since retiring and how her travels have given her a new perspective on life.
Dad is a Brooklyn hardcore punk band carving a new path of fatherly disappointment through intense jams. The band, consisting of Jeremy Duvall, Jesse Fairbairn, Jon Murphy, and James Watson dropped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to tear it up for this session. Road Soda is available now! Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
And The Kids is a band from Northampton, MA. Formally a trio (with a member based in Montreal) they're currently operating live as the duo of Hannah Mohan and Rebecca Lasaponaro -- along with the extremely notable presence of album cover star and tour companion, Little Dog. The band plays engaging, indie rock that draws on post-punk and pop, making for a uniquely strange, but beautiful sort of experience. They stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this session. When This Life Is Over is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Pip Blom the band is led by the young Amsterdam songwriter of the same name. Using post-punk urgency, 90’s alt-rock hooks and twists, and a genuine knack for songwriting and expression, the music is…
In this episode, Molly shares her thoughts on the drawbacks of too much screen time.
Thumpasaurus is a punk-funk wild rollercoaster ride of a party machine full of aliens, tearing out of LA. With a ridiculously entertaining vibe and a flair for the dramatic (think somewhere along the…
Jane talks about how being the oldest sibling taught her to take the lead and delegate when it came to chores and responsibilities among her and her siblings. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Chinatown" by Barrie
After sharing about some of the places he’s lived, Rafael talks about the places he and his service dog, Maria, plan to travel to. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured…
We first met Brooklyn bassist extraordinaire Eva Lawitts when the band Citris dropped by, but she’s a musician who you’ve likely heard already, whether you realize it or not. Be it one of her own…
It’s been a few years since we last caught up with the Philadelphia-based orchestral indie pop band, Grandchildren. Aleks Martray’s compositions have remained the core of the band’s tightly…
Neelab reflects on what it was like to grow up as the oldest child in her family and how that experience shaped her as a person. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in…
Vanessa shares what prompted her move from Denver, Colorado, to New York City and why she regrets not making the move sooner. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Ride Baby Ride" by United Ghosts
LA trio Warbly Jets - aka Samuel Shea, Julien O'neill, and Dan Gerbang - has already toured the world both on their own and opening for the likes of Liam Gallagher, The Dandy Warhols, and Mystery…
Zenizen is the project of Opal Hoyt, whose music reveals her journey from her roots in Alaska through Vermont, Jamaica, Washington DC, and ultimately Brooklyn. With a jazz foundation and soulful expression, the music is captivating and curious, blending styles and textures to great effect. The band joined us at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this special session. Es Is is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
Pablo Dylan is a musician in an entirely new phase of his music career. With a past that dove headfirst into rap and saw collaborations with several high-profile artists and producers, he has…
And The Kids is a band from Northampton, MA. Formally a trio (with a member based in Montreal) they're currently operating live as the duo of Hannah Mohan and Rebecca Lasaponaro -- along with the…
Emina describes her first date, which was something of a disaster. She also compares that to the best date she’s ever been on. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Turn Around" by Dungen & Woods

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