WR710: Poodle Paddle

Episode 710 July 28, 2022 00:37:48
WR710: Poodle Paddle
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Show Notes

I had a great conversation with 'punk/indie/twee/screaming/who knows' duo Poodle Paddle, about finding the sweet spot between heavy and soft, playing house shows, changing their vibe (and number of band members!) from show to show, and the power of DIY.

Stay tuned. Very cool new band. I dig. You will too.

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