The LA Music Blogcast — the official podcast of LA Music Blog — posts on the Blog every Friday with me, David “DJ” Fisch, co-host/Blog writer Marcus Slater, and musician Naomi Robin. If there are any musical topics or questions that you would like to hear us talk about on future episodes – and likely have them answered by musical guests and industry professionals – please let us know by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook and tweeting us on Twitter with #LAmbCast.


We’ve taken a long enough break without having a musical guest, but we can now present to you our wonderful interview with LA-based duo Sad Robot, who might have fit under the umbrella of “alt rock” at one time but have changed direction with their sophomore album, Après Moi, Le Déluge (which I can’t pronounce nearly as well as singer Kat Pawlak, so we’ll just translate it: After Me, The Flood).

With a more industrialized, cinepop sound, Kat and companion Nick Perez look to progress further than they have previously in their musical careers, and they discuss with us in detail their recording sessions, their visual/conceptual directions, and their experiences on the road.

The band also performs a stripped-down “unplugged” set of new and old songs, so you won’t want to miss any of this special episode of the LA Music Blogcast!

Click “Play” below to listen to this week’s episode via TuneIn, or you can also listen via iTunes if that suits your fancy.

Featured Tracks:
“I’m A King”
“My Lament Part 2”

Performance Tracks:
“Want You Bad”
“Fear Me”
“Hold On”

For more info:

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