Podcast Episode
Season
Six
number
284
Type
Interview
Post Date
6/21/2016

DADA

Phil Leavitt and Joie Calio currently of the band 7Horse, as well as Dada, stop by to talk touring, cds vs vinyl, records labels and more.

Joining us this week are Phil Leavitt and Joie Calio currently of the band 7Horse, who just released their third album this spring, Living in a Bitch of a World. You may know 7Horse thanks to The Wolf of Wall Street soundtrack, thanks to Martin Scorsese using their song “Meth Lab Zoso Sticker” in the movie. You might also know them as two-thirds of the band Dada, who released five albums between 1992 and 2004, scoring a successful single earlier in their career with the song “Dizz Knee Land.” We chat about 7Horse, Dada, touring, cds vs vinyl, record labels, crowd funding and much more.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Meth Lab Zoso Sticker by 7Horse
  • 1:17 - Dizz Knee Land by Dada
  • 4:22 - Low Fuel Drug Run by 7Horse
  • 12:50 - Here Today Gone Tomorrow by Dada
  • 49:21 - Meth Lab Zoso Sticker by 7Horse
  • Outro - Stayin’ Alive (Bee Gees cover) by 7Horse

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