PEL Presents NEM#174: Drew Grow’s Subconscious is the Through Line

PEL Presents NEM#174: Drew Grow’s Subconscious is the Through Line

By Mark Linsenmayer, Wes Alwan, Seth Paskin, Dylan Casey

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Tuesday, 14 June

Portland's Drew Grow has put out around 10 albums since the 90s, gradually developing his jagged, visceral style through several projects. We discuss the title track from Cockroach in a Ghost Town, the debut album from his new band Slang with Janet Wiess, then "Abandon" from the eponymous album by Modern Kin (2014), and "Spider" from his debut solo album Next Lips (2007). End song: "King Gunn" also from the new Slang album. Intro: "Lights" by Careen from Crash Couture (2005).

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