Gutterth Podcast 14 – Sarah Jaffe

The fourteenth episode of the Gutterth Podcast features an exclusive interview and live performance from Sarah Jaffe, focusing on her new album “Suburban Nature.”

This episode features (in order):
Sean Kirkpatrick – “The Interference”
From his debut album “Turn On The Interference” on Gutterth Records.

Glen Farris – “Before I Break”
New song written and recorded exclusively for the Gutterth Podcast.

Delmore Pilcrow – “Keep An Eye For Me”
From their album “Keep An Eye” on Etokatastofa! Records.

The Angelus – “Sudden Burst Of Hope”
Unreleased acoustic demo.

New Science Projects – “Sweet”
Unreleased recording from the untitled forthcoming album on Gutterth Records.

Doug Burr – “Devestator”
From their album “O Ye Devestator” on Spune/Velvet Blue Music.

Sabra Laval – “Night Shelf”
Unreleased recording.

The Paper Chase – “Now We Just Slowly Circle The Draining Fish Bowl”
From their album “God Bless Your Black Heart” on Kill Rock Stars.

Dust Congress – “Haunted By Nightmares”
Drink To Victory cover recorded exclusively for the Gutterth Podcast.

Roy Robertson – “Book Burner”
From his upcoming EP “Book Burner”.

Boxcar Bandits – “Mama Don’t Worry”
From their album “Smells Like Grass”.

Daniel Folmer – “Serotonin”
From his album “Gloria” on Gutterth Records.

Fishboy – “Farewell Albatross”
From their album “Albatross: How We Failed To Save The Lone Star State With The Power Of Rock and Roll” on Happy Happy Birthday To Me Records.

Sarah Jaffe – “Interview”
Interview with Sarah Jaffe.

Sarah Jaffe – “Clementine”
Live performance.

Sarah Jaffe – “So So Sweet”
Live performance.

Sarah Jaffe – “Chelsea Hotel No.2”
Live performance. Leonard Cohen cover.

View a live video of Sarah Jaffe performing “Clementine” here.
View a live video of Sarah Jaffe performing “So So Sweet” here.
View a live video of Sarah Jaffe performing “Chelsea Hotel No.2” here.

Gutterth Podcast 6 – New Science Projects

The sixth episode of the Gutterth Podcast features an exclusive interview and live performance from Dale Jones of New Science Projects, focusing on his new 7″ record called “Poison Culture”.

This episode features (in order):
Dust Congress – “Midnight @ The Beached Whale”
From Dust Congress’ self-released EP “Egg Tooth”.

The Great Tyrant – “Take Care”
Not really sure where this one came from, but its great.

Sabra Laval – “Blackbird”

Ryan Thomas Becker – “The Train” (New Science Projects cover)
Live recording from the Annex House in Dallas, TX on May 19, 2009.

Nervous Curtains – “Bad Neighbor”
From the forthcoming Nervous Curtains debut album.

Doug Burr – “Should’ve Known”
From the album “On Promenade”.

Chris Garver – “Wasp In The House”
From his album “E4/E5”.

Drink To Victory – “I Get Laid”
From their self titled debut on Paperstain Recordings.

The Heartstring Stranglers – “Titans” (New Science Projects cover)
Live recording from the steps of the Denton Courthouse on the square.

Real Live Tigers – “Winter Blues Number One”
From the album “This Is Sometimes A Riverbed”.

RTB2 – “Beta Crush”
Premier of a song from RTB2’s upcoming album.

New Science Projects – Interview

New Science Projects – “Walk”
Demo of a new song that will probably be on the next album.

New Science Projects – “Broken Heart” (Memphis Minnie cover)
Recorded live in a field late at night just for this podcast.

Gutterth Podcast 3 – Doug Burr

The third episode of the Gutterth Podcast features an interview and live performance from Doug Burr, focusing on his new album “The Shawl”.

This episode features (in order):
Sarah Jaffe – “Two Intangibles Can’t Be Had”
From her EP “Even Born Again” on Summer Break Records.

Daniel Folmer – “In The Smoke”
From his debut album “Wear Headphones” on Gutterth Records.

Sean Kirkpatrick – “Erica, Welcome To The Funhouse”
From his debut album “Turn On The Interference” on Gutterth Records.

Balmorhea – “Baleen Morning”
From their debut self released, self-titled album.

Burntsienna Trio – “On Demand”
From their album “Gregor-Jotace Mission Cathedral” on TXMF Records.

Hotel, Hotel – “The Shoreline Disappeared”
From their new album “The Dead Sea” on Silber Records.

Phantastes
A premier sample from their upcoming recording.

Sunnybrook – “Growing Clouds”
From the limited edition EP “Water Glow.”

Florene – “Room 5”
From their self released, self titled album.

Doug Burr – Exclusive Interview
Interview with Doug Burr about his new album “The Shawl.”

Doug Burr – “Which We Have Heard And Known” (Live In Studio)
Live acoustic performance of a song off “The Shawl.”

Doug Burr – “In The Lord I Take Refuge” (Live In Studio)
Live acoustic performance of a song off “The Shawl.”

Gutterth Podcast 2 – NX35

This second episode of the Gutterth Podcast focuses on the NX35 Conferette
and the bands that we have worked with that are playing the 4 day Denton music festival.

This episode features (in order):
New Science Projects – “We’re All Right”
New song from the upcoming 7″ titled “Poison Culture” to be released this summer on Gutterth Records.

Sleep Whale (mom) – “Skipping Stones”
From their album “Little Brite” on Pancakes For Mattie Records.

Record Hop – “Skirtchaser”
From their self titled album on TXMF Records.

The Heartstring Stranglers – “Alive! Alive!”
From their self-titled album.

RTB2 – “Abner (Fleshed)”
Previously unreleased recording of a song from the record “The Both Of It”.

Shiny Around The Edges – “Come Closer”
From the new album “Holy Roller” on Sounds Are Active.

The Timeline Post – “Devils Alamo”
Brand new song from the upcoming album, to be released on Gutterth Records.

Doug Burr – “The Righteous Will Rejoice”
From the recent album The Shawl on Spune Records.

The Angelus – “Screaming Bloody Murder”
Full band project of Emil Rapstine.

Chris Flemmons (of The Baptist Generals) – Exclusive Interview
Interview with Chris Flemmons about NX35 and the Baptist Generals.

Chris Flemmons (of The Baptist Generals) – “Clitorpus Christi” (Live In Studio)
Live acoustic performance of a newer song.

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