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Comic actor tells us about his favorite books, TV shows and music alongside the things that have shaped his very weird 2020 For more, check out: (Source)

Incoming transmission from…Yves Jarvis. The singer/songwriter/producer’s latest is called Sundry Rock Song Stock, and it’s a blur of soft-focus pop and shimmering melodic mirages. He joined us from the Tree Museum in Ontario to discuss the disparate influences of Joni Mitchell, Bill Bruford, and Kanye. Plus, Vic Berger and Doug Lussenhop of Tim Heidecker’s Office Hours join us to discuss their new audio/visual sonic collage, Drop Concert: The Motion Picture.

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In honor of a press conference that happened, not at a posh Four Seasons Hotel, but at Four Seasons Total Landscaping.

Tim Heidecker’s New Song Skewers Rudy Giuliani’s Four Seasons Fiasco: Stream
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“Maybe next time, you and your creeps could find/Some place that isn’t next to a dildo store,” comedian croons For more, check out: (Source)

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On Tim Heidecker’s Fear of Death, one of the funniest, most absurd, surreal, and reliable entertainers on the planet gets serious, about life’s truest inevitability. But let’s be clear: Heidecker isn’t all doom and gloom. In fact, the record’s rather buoyant and spirited, uniquely and retroactively American in a way—cynical and sharp as a Salem cigarette.

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Later this week, the actor and comedian Tim Heidecker will release his new album Fear Of Death. Heidecker has been making vaguely satirical singer-songwriter music for a while now, and Fear Of Death seems like a more sincere embrace of the form. He recorded the album with a backing band that includes Drew Erickson, the…

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Tim Heidecker is mostly known as an actor and comedian. He did excellent work in the scene from Jordan Peele’s Us, for instance, where he got brutally murdered while listening to the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations.” But Heidecker also has a side hustle making vaguely satirical ’70s-style singer-songwriter music. Heidecker recorded his new album Fear

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FlyLo Gets Some Help from Ocean Way Audio Last month, Flying Lotus outfitted his L.A. studio with Ocean Way Audio’s HR3.5 monitor system, including dual S18A powered 18” sub woofer cabinets. “For me, the test of a good monitor system is how it sounds on other speakers,” said FlyLo. “The first place I go is out to the car and take a little ride. These monitors sound great in my studio and when I finished a song, I listened in my car and it was perfect.” Comedian Heidecker Preps Album with Weyes Blood Typically known as a comedian, Tim Heidecker […]

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