A Conversation with Bill Barbot of Jawbox & Foxhall Stacks

November 5, 2019

 It was an incredible privilege to spend a little over an hour talking with Jawbox & Foxhall Stacks guitarist & singer, Bill Barbot. In this conversation, we cover everything from Husker Du to Carl Sagan, Alan Watts, and Eastern Philosophy, the possibility of new Jawbox material, the new Foxhall Stacks album, the interconnectivity of all things, and so much more. Recorded on Nov. 5th, 2019. Enjoy!

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108 2019 Anniversary Show Photos

November 4, 2019

The following pictures were taken on Nov. 2nd, 2019 at 108’s 25-year reunion celebrating their pivotal album Songs Of Separation. The show took place at Brooklyn Bazaar in Brooklyn, NY. Thank you 108 for giving us your everything. It was an incredible night. Much gratitude and respect.

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108 2019 Reunion Show—Solitary (VIDEO)

November 3, 2019

108 Reunion Flyer

“Solitary”

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108 2019 Reunion Show—Opposition/Deathbed (VIDEO)

November 3, 2019

108 Reunion Flyer

“Opposition/Deathbed”

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Chris Grosso Talking With NPR’s Colin McEnroe

October 25, 2019

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This week, The Washington Post published “The 20 defining comedy sketches of the past 20 years” covering television sketch comedy of the 2000s. It includes a lot of what you’d expect it to include: SNL‘s “More Cowbell” and “Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks,” Inside Amy Schumer‘s “Last F—able Day,” Chappelle’s Show‘s “Frontline — Clayton Bigsby.”

And: For only the second time ever, The Nose has read a book. This time it’s Stephen King’s latest, The Institute. It’s a kind of science fiction horror thriller with kids in it that harkens back to a lot of classic King.

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