Kreative Kontrol

Updated: 29 Feb 2024 • 847 episodes

Thoughtful, funny, heartfelt interviews and in-depth documentaries about musicians, authors, comedians, and other cultural creators. Support this show Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

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Daniel Romano’s Outfit discuss their brilliant new album, Too Hot to Sleep, why the Outfit has different members now, presence and what sleeping means in a time of great consciousness, songs like “That’s Too Rich,” which delve into wealth inequality, classism, and human rights violations, the fascinating stories behind

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27 Feb 2024 • EN

Ep. #841: This is The Kit

Kate Stables discusses Careful of Your Keepers, the latest album by This is The Kit, touring Canada in the winter, why references to The Simpsons, Despicable Me, and Pride and Prejudice might make it into her songs, chewing, biting, babies, and dogs, how repeating the same things doesn’t mean they’re not changing, bein

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22 Feb 2024 • EN

Ep. #840: Mint Mile

Tim Midyett discusses the incredibly impassioned new Mint Mile album, Roughrider, loving a home recorded performance as much as one made at Electrical Audio, singing about sex, love, mortality, and society, football, eschewing social media one platform at a time, collaborating with Joel RL Phelps and Nina Nastasia, con

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20 Feb 2024 • EN

Ep. #839: Mary Timony

Mary Timony discusses her excellent and introspective new album, Untame the Tiger, teaching guitar and creative coaching, caring for and then losing her parents to illnesses, what that taught her about herself, thinking about thinking and writing songs about her brain, favourite guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Christi

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15 Feb 2024 • EN


Quentin Branch and Brian Warren from ANGRY BLACKMEN discuss their new album, The Legend of ABM, Santa Fe, Chicago, and leaving a place that makes you unhappy, musical and cinematic inspirations, dissing music journalism and getting nice reviews, racism in America and cyclical progress, exploring noise, punk, and pop in

74 min
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13 Feb 2024 • EN

Ep. #837: Aparna Nancherla

Aparna Nancherla discusses her return to standup and public life after taking time away to write a book of personal essays called Unreliable Narrator: Me, Myself, and Imposter Syndrome, when interviewers don’t engage with the things you make, being the child of immigrants and first generation anxiety, keeping up South

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