Special Delivery #17 w/ Seth Simons & Crispin Long


Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug plays with a couple of new covers, Jordan interviews Seth Simons of the left-minded comedy newsletter Humorism, and Crispin Long graces us with some of their incredibly sad and gay songs.

Check out Seth Simons online (Substack / Twitter) and Crispin Long too!

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
0:33 “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain” by Willie Nelson (COVER)
2:48 “Unknown Legend” by Neil Young (COVER)
6:15 “Los Angeles by Dougie Poole
11:03 Doug and Jordan talk about The Sopranos
14:33 conversation between Jordan and Seth Simons
42:29 “Teeth” by Crispin Long (NEW SONG)
45:34 “Blood Song” by Crispin Long (NEW SONG)
49:46 “Rain Song” by Crispin Long (NEW SONG)
52:02 “The Most Beautiful Boy in the World” by Crispin Long (NEW SONG)
56:48 “Shadow Boxer” by Crispin Long (NEW SONG)

Special Delivery # 16 w/ OK Fox & Sammy Weissberg

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug plays with a couple of new covers, Jordan interviews OK Fox of the Art & Labor podcast about class consciousness and organizing in art, and Sammy Weissberg graces us with some renditions of his amazing compositions on guitar. Check out OK Fox online (Patreon / Twitter) and Sammy Weissberg too! (Bandcamp / Instagram)

timestamps 0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole 0:34 “Bleecker’s Street” by Simon and Garfunkel (COVER) 5:09 “Drop Kick Me Jesus” by Babby Bare (COVER) 8:00 Jordan and Doug talk about football 11:38 conversation between Jordan and OK Fox 47:44 [Untitled] by Sammy Weissberg (NEW SONG) 49:47 [Untitled] by Sammy Weissberg (NEW SONG) 52:44 [Untitled] by Sammy Weissberg (NEW SONG) 57:00 [Untitled] by Sammy Weissberg (NEW SONG)

Special Delivery #15 w/ Jordan Michael & Kris Harris

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug plays some new covers he’s been working on, Jordan reads his Top 3 Top 10 lists of the 2010’s and music from Long Island’s Kris Harris!

Check out Kris Harris online! (Bandcamp / Twitter / Instagram)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
0:32 “That’s Alright” by Fleetwood Mac (COVER)
3:56 “Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues” by Dwight Yoakam (COVER)
7:19 “These Days” by Jackson Browne (COVER)
10:22 Jordan and Doug congratulate Irving the sound person
12:33 Jordan reads his Top 3 Top 10 lists of the 2010’s
30:57 “Lune” by Kris Harris
37:10 “Tiny Feet” by Kris Harris
41:01 “Ocean Parkway” by Kris Harris
45:26 “Salt Walter” by Kris Harris

Special Delivery #14 w/ Matthew James-Wilson & Mike Etten

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug plays with his bandmates Francesca on violin and Mike on guitar. Mike also debuts some of his new solo songs, and Jordan talked to Matthew James-Wilson about the process of curating art and being a human tastemaker in the age of algorithm.

Check out Matthew James-Wilson online (website / Twitter / Instagram) and Mike Etten too!

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
1:25 “Hearts on Fire” by Gram Parsons (COVER)
5:25 “When I Stop Dreaming” by The Louvin Brothers (COVER)
9:23 “If I Had Words” by Scott Fitzgerald (COVER)
12:27 Jordan and Doug talk about antidepressants and the movie Babe
16:45 conversation between Jordan and Matthew James-Wilson
43:18 “Across the Flats” by Mike Etten
48:40 “New Thing” by Mike Etten
52:38 “Dune House” by Mike Etten
57:09 “East Side Walk” by Mike Etten
59:05 “Drive” by Mike Etten

Not DIY w/ Ric Leichtung & Dark Tea

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug plays a loaded set of fantastic covers, Jordan talks to Ric Leichtung from AdHoc about club shows from DIY to Bowery Ballroom, and Gary Canino from Dark Tea graces us with his luring guitar-driven songs

Check out AdHoc online (website / Twitter / Instagram) and Dark Tea too! (Bandcamp / Instagram / Facebook)

timestamps
1:49 “Rapid City, South Dakota” by Kinky Friedman (COVER)
4:48 “Killing Me Softly” by Roberta Flack (COVER)
7:51 “The Wurlitzer Prize” by Waylon Jennings (COVER)
11:15 “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley (COVER)
14:32 Jordan pre-records an intro because the he was real sick during the live taping
17:16 conversation between Jordan and Ric Leichtung
47:50 “Deanna” by Dark Tea
50:21 “Highway Mile” by Dark Tea
53:10 “Outer Banks” by Dark Tea
55:40 “Down for the Law” by Dark Tea
59:13 “Angel of Night” by Dark Tea

Self Arbitration w/ Victoria Ruiz & Malportado Kids

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug hits the hat trick fo new song, cover and tradition while Jordan talks to Victoria Ruiz of Downtown Boys and Malportado Kids about her experiences as a musician.

Check out Victoria’s bands online! (Downtown Boys / Malportado Kids)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
2:03 “These Drugs by Dougie Poole (NEW SONG)
7:07 “Cover Me” by Percy Sledge (COVER)
15:24 “Can the Circle Be Unbroken (By and By)” by Dougie Poole (TRADITIONAL)
18:40 Doug and Jordan talk about weddings and drugs
22:42 conversation between Jordan and Victoria Ruiz
49:31 “Bruja Cosmica” by Malportado Kids
53:13 “Fantasma” by Malportado Kids
56:15 “Cállate” by Malportado Kids
1:01:19 “Como La Flor” by Selena (COVER)

Graduating Class w/ Malcolm Harris & Verdigrls

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug covers Jim Croce & Fred Neil and then debuts the title track from his forthcoming album The Freelancer’s Blues; Jordan talks to author Malcolm Harris about the defining material conditions of millennials; and Verdigrls grace us with their music and humor.

Check out Malcolm Harris online and Verdigrls too! (Bandcamp / Twitter)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
1:54“Everybody’s Talkin’” by Fred Neil (COVER)
6:14 “Freelancer’s Blues” by Dougie Poole (NEW SONG)
11:28 “Operator” by Jim Croce (COVER)
15:16 Doug and Jordan talk about summer’s end and alcoholic seltzer
18:47 Conversation between Jordan and Malcolm Harris
42:54 “Pearls” by Verdigrls
47:30 “Feelings Nervous” by Verdigrls
51:42 “Women in Fiction” by Verdigrls
59:42 “White Magic Black Magic” by Verdigrls

Robot Friends w/ Cherie Hu & GABI


Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug covers Willie Nelson & Jerry Paper and then debuts a song off his forthcoming second album; Jordan talks to journalist Cherie Hu about the usage and implications of artificial intelligence in the music industry; and GABI visits us from Yale to grace us with her beautiful voice and experiments with some improvising.

Check out Cherie Hu online (website / Twitter) and GABI too! (Bandcamp / Twitter / Instagram)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
1:42 “(How Will I Know) I’m Falling in Love Again” by Willie Nelson (COVER)
4:27 “Reprogram Ourselves” by Jerry Paper (COVER)
8:10 “Natural Blues” by Dougie Poole (NEW SONG)
11:56 Doug and Jordan talk about capitalism getting in the way of Love
14:09 conversation between Jordan and Cherie Hu
36:38 “Where” by GABI
39:33 “Koo Koo” by GABI
42:36 “Let’s Not Exist” by GABI
45:02 “Da Void” by GABI
49:45 “Until the End” by GABI
53:15 “All Summer” by GABI (NEW SONG)

Digital Me w/ Carta Monir & thanks for coming

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug covers the Kinks, Drugdealer, and the Exciters; Jordan talks to Carta Monir about her usage and portrayal of the Internet as well as her various portrayals of herself. There were some technical problems at the beginning of the show with Jordan’s microphone, but not major and apologies in advance!

Check out Carta Monir online (website / Twitter / Instagram) and thanks for coming too! (Bandcamp / Twitter / Instagram)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
1:18 “Waterloo Sunset” by the Kinks (COVER)
6:03 “Wild Motion” by Drugdealer (COVER)
9:48 “He’s Got the Power” by the Exciters (COVER)
11:57 Doug and Jordan talk about if being an artist sucks, and Jordan’s mic sounds like garbage.
15:15 conversation between Jordan and Carta Monir
38: 38 “losing touch” by thanks for coming
41:27 “of age” by thanks for coming
44:49 “clue” by thanks for coming
47:47 “those golden days” by thanks for coming
49:46 “pandora” by thanks for coming
52:14 “love in the age of killer robots & melting ice” by thanks for coming
54:44 “eve” by thanks for coming

Life After Music Journalism w/ Duncan Cooper & Poppies

Recorded live from Pete’s Candy Store! Doug covers the Ramones, Kenny Rogers, the Jarmels and debuts a new song; Jordan talks to Duncan Cooper about getting fired from The FADER and the future of cultural journalism; and Poppies comes by to play a mix of old and new songs.

Check out Duncan Cooper online (Substack / Twitter) and Poppies too! (Bandcamp / Instagram)

timestamps
0:00 “Theme from Special Delivery” by Dougie Poole
1:31 “A Little Bit of Soap” by the Jarmels (COVER)
3:43 “Questioningly” by the Ramones (COVER)
6:48 “Who’s Who of Who Cares” by Dougie Poole (NEW SONG)
10:31 “The Gambler” by Kenny Rogers (COVER)
14:13 Doug and Jordan discuss feeling insignificant
16:08 conversation between Jordan and Duncan Cooper
38:02 “[Untitled 1]” by Poppies (NEW SONG)
41:08 “[Untitled 2]” by Poppies (NEW SONG)
45:09 “Anything” by Poppies
47:44 “Anyone ?” by Poppies
50:33 “Politician” by Poppies
52:56“Funny Games” by Poppies
55:09 “[Untitled 3]” by Poppies (NEW SONG)
58:20 “Sunburn” by Poppies