One of the most compelling and versatile drummers working today, Matt Chamberlain has collaborated with everyone from David Bowie to Soundgarden; from Keith Urban to of Montreal. He tells Joe about the obsession with music that began while he was still in diapers, why he was compelled to seek musical mentors, and how he has…
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In this bonus mini-episode, DH Peligro talks about his early sexual exploits and the original breakup of Dead Kennedys. Check out his full episode by subscribing to The Trap Set on iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher.
DH Peligro’s explosive groove propelled punk standard bearers, Dead Kennedys, into the stratosphere. He tells Joe about first being exposed to music in church, his time with the iconic DK, his brief stint in Red Hot Chili Peppers, and his struggle to achieve sobriety.
In this Bonus Mini-Episode, Wilco’s Glenn Kotche discusses standards and expectations when it comes to songwriting. He also shares what he has gleaned from spending time with Neil Young and Jeff Tweedy.
In this Bonus Mini-Episode, Brian Chase talks about the influence of producer and longtime collaborator, Dave Sitek. Warning: This gets pretty nerdy!
Brian Chase is best known as the drummer for Yeah Yeah Yeahs; but he is also a prolific solo artist and has collaborated with everyone from John Zorn to Beech Creeps. He talks to Joe about his involvement in music at an early age, attending Oberlin, the origins and inner workings of Yeah Yeah Yeahs,…
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In this bonus mini-episode, Mike Clark tells Joe about working in Phil-Collins-led fusion band Brand X. You can hear Mike’s full episode by subscribing to The Trap Set on iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS.
In this bonus mini-episode, Howard Grimes of Hi/Stax Records fame tells Joe about being influenced by Bernard Purdie. You can hear Howard’s full episode, as well as Bernard’s two part episode, by subscribing to The Trap Set on iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS.
Through his affiliation with both Hi and Stax records, Memphis native Howard Grimes has played drums on countless timeless, classic songs. He tells Joe about that drumming was his divine calling; and he charts his monumental career, backing Al Green, Ann Peebles, Rufus Thomas, and many other legendary stars.
In this bonus mini-episode, Ndugu Chancler tells Joe about recording Michael Jackson’s classic song, “Billie Jean”. You can hear Ndugu’s full length episode by subscribing to The Trap Set on iTunes or RSS.
In this bonus mini-episode, John Stanier tells Joe about his time as a professional DJ. You can hear John’s full length episode by subscribing to The Trap Set on iTunes or RSS.