Argentinian werewolf Salvador Cresta welcomes Pedrum Siadatian to the attic to explore the psychedelic pop sounds of his solo project, Paint, as well discuss his work with Los Angeles-garage rockers Allah-Las, the influence of “blues Kermit the frog” Kevin Ayers, the anti-influence of the Grateful Dead, his interest in Beat writers like William Burroughs, his desire to create motion pictures and poetry, and much more.
Paint’s new album Loss For Words is out July 28, get your copy now via Bandcamp.
Allah-Las have a new album out October 13th. It’s called Zuma 85 pre-save the album now on Bandcamp.
Episode one: Green Sahara
Episode two: Zach Phillips
Episode three: Zully Adler (GOATY Tapes)
Episode four: Mickey Miles
Episode five: Kurt Weisman
Episode six: John Andrews & the Yawns
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