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A music discovery podcast where famed creatives launch emerging artists. Hosted by Rain and Summer Phoenix LaunchLeft features intimate conversations about art, music, activism and all things left-of-center. Find us at www.LaunchLeft.com or wherever you hear podcasts.
 
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Known as “The Man Who Shot the 70s,” famed photographer Mick Rock joins the show. First, we chat about the inspiration behind his photography career, and Mick reveals the details behind shooting some famous musicians like Lou Reed, David Bowie, and Lenny Kravitz. Tune in as Mick Rock launches Chris Greatti, an American record producer, songwriter, …
 
Karen Elson, singer, songwriter, supermodel, and fashion icon, is a guest host for this Artist Takeover. Today, Karen is talking with her dear friend, singer, poet, fashion designer, and taste-maker, Chase Cohl. Chase opens up about the inspiration behind her album Dear Dear: Volume 1. As a woman, it can be challenging to find your voice in the mus…
 
Rufus Wainwright has established himself as one of the greatest male vocalists, songwriters, and composers of his generation. In this Artist Takeover episode, Rufus has an in-depth conversation with Glass Battles, the King of Spook Pop. Rufus and Glass Battles talk about their experiences since the pandemic began. One big lesson learned during thes…
 
In this special Artist Takeover, we welcome award winning director (Transparent, Pose, Dickinson) Silas Howard in conversation with celebrated writer and visual artist Harry Dodge. Long time friends and collaborators they discuss among other things working together on their film By Hook or By Crook about their experience in San Francisco’s queer co…
 
This week we have Chris Stein on the show! Chris is an innovative guitarist, groundbreaking songwriter, and co-founder of Blondie. Plus, he is an acclaimed photographer. Chris's musical career gained inspiration from movie soundtracks such as West Side Story, and we talk about activism. Solo artist Grace McKagan joins the episode to talk about the …
 
West London-raised musician/poet Arlo Parks joins LaunchLeft for a Portrait Series episode. Arlo dives into how music found her at a young age. As a child, jazz music was the soundtrack to Arlo's whole existence, plus her uncle gifted his vinyl collection to Arlo – the rest is history! Arlo discloses her writing process and why it's essential not t…
 
Pharoahe Monch of th1rt3en joins this week’s episode of LaunchLeft. Pharoahe opens the show talking about his hip hop - rock musical group, th1rt3en. 2020 was a rough year, but Pharoahe, Daru Jones, and Marcus Machado are looking to cut through the lies and misinformation that have been spreading like wildfire. We talk about the importance of spiri…
 
Ben Harper opens the show speaking about Winter Is For Lovers, his instrumental record from October 2020, and the inspiration behind his brand new label, Mad Bunny Records. Ben has been able to launch his label and help artists during the pandemic. Ben gives his advice to emerging artists & shares what it's like to introduce artists into the world.…
 
Widely considered a feminist icon, Grammy winner Ani Di Franco joins me for an interview on LaunchLeft. Ani opens the show explaining how she lost her job yet has been busier than ever. Ani explains why she created her own label in the 90s. At the time, it seemed so foreign, but she was happy to cut out all the middlemen of the music industry and s…
 
This week is our inaugural artist takeover show with guest host, Michael Stipe and his friend, Jem Cohen. Michael and Jem open the show talking about the role artists have in politics and activism and how artists want their work to carry on for generations. Fame is great, but infamy is really what an artist strives for. They talk about infamous wor…
 
George Clinton, the founder of Parliament-Funkadelic collective, joins us in our first episode of 2021 to talk about his family's group called 3GP. George is a singer, songwriter, bandleader, and record producer; he is a man who revolutionized music, stepped out of the box, and colored outside the lines. We discuss George's music, collaborations, a…
 
Thurston Moore joins the show to talk about his latest record, By The Fire, and the launch of the London based band, Big Joanie. Estella Adeyeri, Big Joanie's bassist and co-vocalist, later joins the episode to share what the band is all about, what they are working on right now, and their involvement with Girls Rock London. Tune in as Thurston rev…
 
What’s it like to talk music with two friends who truly enjoy each other’s company? Well you’re about to find out when you tune into this week’s episode with The Kills. Alison and Jamie discuss their new Rarities Album 'Little Bastards', staying creative during quarantine and live shows versus live streaming... We end the episode with their new mus…
 
James Blake cites his family as earliest musical inspiration, details the difficulties of solo music making and shares how the mandated lock down in NYC added so much to his very collaborative new EP entitled Before. Khushi joins the conversation part way through and we learn about how they came to know each other and work together on his new EP IN…
 
Two for Tuesday! Pretty much everything is messed up about the thanksgiving holiday, historically speaking, it’s all kinds of wrong, but, the thankfulness part is something we can get behind! So for this holiday week we are also thankful for London-based punk trio Dream Wife – who released their explosive sophomore album ‘So When You Gonna’ produce…
 
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