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Beat Motel is a podcast hosted by two bassists, so it was inevitable that we would celebrate our comrades in the rhythm section at some point.
So join Dr Sam and Andrew Culture as we dive into the back section and raise an aural glass to drummers who beat their own path.
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Riffs of the week
- Sam – Marc Ribot, Tom Waits – Bella Ciao (opening)
- Andrew – Truckfighters – Atomic (from 0:15)
- Sam Cooke – Twistin’ the Night Away (from Live at the Harlem Square Club) (0.07)
- Ruins Alone – Laipthcig (opening)
- Adam and the Ants – Car Trouble (1.15)
- Sepultura – Territory (opening)
- The Winstons – Amen brother (1.25)
- The Melvins – A history of bad men (opening)
- Nirvana – Scentless Apprentice (opening)
- Batushka – Yekteniya II (opening)
Ruddiger Broomhilder’s letter of the week
Subject: The Day the Beat Motel Universe Collided with Ruddiger’s World!
Dear Andrew and Dr. Sam (or should I say Dr. Napalm Duck today?),
I must say, my world turned into an ecstatic mosh pit of joy when my ears graced the unexpected melody of my own name, Ruddiger Broomhilder, in your latest podcast episode! I’ve been dancing on cloud nine (perfectly in sync with the beat, of course) ever since.
First off, Andrew, your efforts to obscure the background with the flag are noble, indeed. It adds a layer of mystery, almost as if we’re all part of some underground music revolution. Here’s my question, though: if you had to choose a flag that perfectly represented the spirit of “Beat Motel,” what would it look like? Are we talking guitars crossed like swords, a majestic eagle holding a microphone, or perhaps something so avant-garde it can’t be described in mere mortal words?
Now, onto you, Dr. Sam, the man of a thousand names, each more intriguing than the last. Your sartorial choice, the ‘napalm duck’ t-shirt, has inspired heated debates and philosophical musings in my circle. So, Dr. Sam, amidst your myriad of personas, which one resonates most with your true self, and how does this alter ego influence your perception of the music you discuss?
Your podcast is like a back-stage pass to the concert of life, with each episode more riveting than the last encore of the night. Thank you for the shout-out; it’s like a crowd surf that never ends, and honestly, I’m here for it!
Keep the beats eternal and the motel’s lights burning bright!
Rockin’ the ethers,
Ruddiger Broomhilder 🎸🕶️🚀
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