The Curator Podcast: Season Two, Episode 1 – Joe Danher from FOES
It’s good to be back.
If you’ve missed me then rest assured, I’ve missed you too dear listener.
This is season two and as you may have noticed, things are a little different sonically. The format is still roughly the same (for now, that’ll evolve more gradually) but there’s a marked textural difference to the sound. I hope you like it.
Feedback would be appreciated.
On this episode I’m talking to Joe from FOES. He’s the band’s guitar player and manager. We had a really brief, cool chat in a Wetherspoon’s pub on the night of their show in Glasgow earlier this year. I’d loved to have chat some more but we were a little pushed for time.
I had do some soul searching because for a while I genuinely thought I was done with the podcast. That’s why I didn’t return in September as planned. I even had some opportunities to interview some really great artists but I just couldn’t bring myself to do it.
This interview with Joe really got me buzzing again, and I’m grateful he took the time to talk to me. Without that chat, this podcast would have simply ceased to exist.
FOES are a cracking band, and you should definitely check out their new album The Summit Lies Skyward which is out now on Basick Records. Joe is a thoroughly nice chap and the band have worked very, very hard over the course of the past couple years to obtain the following they have. I hope they continue to grow and go from strength to strength musically.
Check out the video for “The Everest” below and go catch a show already!
Intro: David Szesztay – Combat
Podington Bear – Pink Gradient (part of the Sound of Picture Production library).
Blue Dot Session – Inessential
I make no claim to the copyright of any of the music in this episode.
The Summit Lies Skyward is available now on Basick Records. You can buy it here.
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