Grab a couple of tallboys! On his way to a root canal, NY-born musician Jeff Rosenstock joins Ed and James in LA (in a pre-pandemic world) to choose his dream menu.Buy Jeff Rosenstock’s albums on BandcampFollow Jeff on Twitter @jeffrosenstockRecorded by the Comedy Store LA and edited by Naomi Parnell for Plosive.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations).Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jeff Rosenstock, Travis Tritt, Spacemen 3, and Prince
New release recommendations from Jeff Rosenstock and his ska re-thinking of his 2020 album No Dream. And the first new material in 10 years from country veteran Travis Tritt. Our Old Dog picks feature an influential release from psychedelic rock group Spacemen 3. Plus a funky classic from Prince at the height of his powers. […]
Danny introduces Dante to Jeff Rosenstock. Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/jeff-rosenstock/pl.u-1L6aIYbNyA Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/46qmNuUViWcpIly7MSk3wk?si=6-yYT-vlTjSvCWpBAzp_iw
Chris Gethard is a comedian whose stories are often so serious and touching that they make people cry, and Jeff Rosenstock writes and sings heartfelt songs that are also witty and funny enough to make you laugh. So it’s no wonder that these two are friends and comrades in arms: From practically the moment they met, they could tell they were on the same page.Gethard has had a boundary-defying career that I’ll try and fail to quickly encapsulate here. He’s been a stand-up comedian, but perhaps more importantly the host of a public access show bearing his name that eventually ran for three seasons on a couple of different cable networks and was, to put it bluntly, kind of insane. He spun his stand-up into an off-Broadway show about depression, alcoholism, and suicide called Career Suicide, which later became an HBO special produced by Judd Apatow. Somewhere in there, he started several podcasts, the most popular of which is Beautiful/Anonymous, wherein he spends an hour with an anonymous stranger telling him their deepest secrets. I have yet to mention his books, his other podcasts, his appearances in movies and TV shows like Broad City and The Office, and more. The occasion for this conversation is the release of Gethard’s newest thing, called Half My Life, which is sort of a hybrid tour documentary and stand-up special that he recorded at ten venues around the country, including one with an audience of live alligators. It’s available on demand starting June 1.Jeff Rosenstock has been making music in various guises and with lots of people since the late 1990s, when he was in a ska-punk band called the Arrogant Sons of Bitches. He went on to greater renown in Bomb the Music Industry before launching a pretty incredible solo career, in which he combines super thoughtful, personal and political lyrics with catchy, genre-blending sounds. So maybe it shouldn’t have been a surprise when, earlier this year, he released a song-for-song reworking of his 2020 album No Dream called Ska Dream, on which he re-recorded every track… but ska. He roped in amazing guests, too—from Angelo Moore of Fishbone to members of PUP and Deafheaven. In this conversation, Gethard and Rosenstock are, unsurprisingly, both funny and serious. They’ve got doubts about whether audiences will be there when they return from lockdown, but they’ve also got a relentless desire to create art and to do the right thing. It’s refreshing, and I hope you enjoy it.This episode was produced by Melissa Kaplan. The Talkhouse theme was written and performed by The Range.
In 2016 some group calling themselves Skankral Ska Hotel released an all ska version of Neutral Milk Hotel’s indie opus In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. Interesting concept, terrible execution—deliberately so—with ska being the punchline. But imagine if a band made an all ska version of a classic album, but did it well. This is exactly what Jeff Rosenstock did. And the brilliant album he turned into ska, was his own, the critically acclaimed 2020 release NO DREAM. He called the album SKA DREAM and presented it potentially as an April Fool’s joke, with absurd ska pun titles and 2 Tone dancing figures pasted on the original NO DREAM album cover. But SKA DREAM was real—a reverse Skankral Ska Hotel, an amazing bittersweet ska album, with clever structural choices and layers of instrumentation, the product of copious guest performances and quarantine style recordings. Everyone involved emanates so much joy, which clashes—in the best way possible—with Rosenstock’s depressing NO DREAM lyrics. And every bit of humor on the record is done with love towards ska, not making fun of the genre. Jeff Rosenstock is our guest on today’s episode of In Defense of Ska. We spend some time dissecting SKA DREAM. But we also talk about what it’s been like for him to sneak in the back door of hipster indie rock cred, and why credible journalists like to ask him about his 1:30 minute-long ska song “Rainbow.” We also get the full scoop on Jeff’s greatest side project of all time: Shitfinger. If you enjoyed this episode, share this post. Also sign up for my newsletter Subscribe at aaroncarnes.substack.comIf you sign up for the In Defense of Ska Patreon, you have access to behind the scenes commentary for each new episode. You will gain access to the official In Defense of Ska community discord There will also be monthly bonus episodes, featuring topics outside of the usual show format.www.patreon.com/indefenseofska
On an all new Hard Times Podcast, Bill flies solo with special guest Jeff Rosenstock and talks game shows, discovering music through Beavis and Butthead and so much talk about ska all you’ll see is checkerboard.
Jeff Rosenstock is a songwriter, multi instrumentalist and producer from New York. His latest album, "NO DREAM", is available on vinyl and all music streaming platforms. Whilst his new compilation of home recordings, "2020 DUMP" is available on Bandcamp now. We talk meaningful conversations, shaping songs, thinking of records as movies, being open to the song, sleeping in a shipping container in Slovenia, writing music for Cartoon Network's Craig of the Creek, colouring books, context, tape machines, moving to LA and his prolific output. Theme Music: "Breakfast Burger" by Snack Villain See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1031: 2020 Favorites - Nada Surf, Phish, Jeff Tweedy, American Aquarium, Jeff Rosenstock, Caamp
Rockin' the Suburbs
Day 9 of our 2020 listener series. Kevin Bartlett goes with American Aquarium and Phish. Justin Steiner picks Nada Surf and Jeff Rosenstock. And Greg from Chicago touts Jeff Tweedy and Caamp. Episode editor: Mary Edelberg Become a Rockin' the Suburbs patron - support the show and get bonus content - at Patreon.com/suburbspod Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at SuburbsPod.com. Please rate/review the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and share it with your friends. Visit our website at SuburbsPod.com Email Jim & Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on the Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @suburbspod If you're glad or sad or high, call the Suburban Party Line — 612-440-1984. Theme music: "Ascension," originally by Quartjar, covered by Frank Muffin. Visit quartjar.bandcamp.com and frankmuffin.bandcamp.com (c) Artie S. Industries LLC
Chris Farren and Jeff Rosenstock, together known sometimes as Antarctigo Vespucci (usually with Benny on drums) are two long-standing, "friends of the Offtrack family" and they came on to throw some laughs and keep us company during election day.