Simon Doom leader Simon O’Connor recently sat for a lengthy interview with the Brother Brother Brother podcast, regaling the show’s loquacious host not only with tales of his own musical upbringing but with delightful musings on the nature of music itself and the transmission of artistic ideas. It’s a thoughtful and entertaining conversation, and it will be illuminating to anyone who is interested in getting musical insights from a seasoned rock journeyman – O’Connor has done time with Kuroma, worked with MGMT, and rubbed shoulders with The Replacements’ Tommy Stinson – who has struck out on his own as a solo artist. Check it out here.
Simon Doom’s Babyman made it onto the last NACC chart and is aiming for a big boost this week. Get it started now!