Ep084: Sohrab Habibion (Savak, Obits, Edsel)
photo by Peter Gannushkin / DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET
Conan and Brenna talk with the talented guitarist/singer about what constitutes a headphone record, your own genre of badass, punk rock and rules, the Damned and “hard goth”, Legos, confirmation bias, and feedback loops, taxonomic system for music, pen pals, zines and letting things reveal themselves over time, staying social and other people’s stories, recruiting your boss to play bass and opening up space, naming your band after the secret police, band names and history vs. art, collectives and drummers being your kids teacher, the end of Obits, and best of luck in future endeavors. Artisanal, small batch music and culture, PRF Props and more. EVERYTHING MUST BE AWESOME!
All this guest awesomeness and:
actual nervous breakdowns, Tahoe and complete changes in life, Conan Doesn’t identify as a tech person and needs to use emojis more, Evan Gritzon and “You Can’t Download Coffee”, Glory Hole Coffee and the Art of Murder, PRF West wrap up.
Interview starts at 29:18
Savak – Alive in Shadows
Savak – Split Decision
Obits – I’m Closing In
Savak – Knock Don’t Run
Shellac – the End of Radio (Closing Theme)