3 years in the making. 10 episode documentary series. 25 new songs. An unprecedented look into what life on tour is really like.
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Check out our brand new pOdcast:
THE FRONT LOUNGE WITH KONGOS
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The guys talk about the upcoming screening of their new docuseries Bus Call at the Phoenix Film Festival on April 15th, and also do a full track by track breakdown of their third album Egomaniac.
This week we get deep into blockchain. We talk with Ross Kenyon of Nori a blockchain technology firm that is looking to remove carbon from the atmosphere. We also chat Chris Potter, Bob Marley and The Long Way Round.
The guys discuss sweet potatoes, Russian pianists, cellphone free events, classic 80s movie "Real Genius", the Moog Moogerfooger 104m delay and Tony Robbins "I Am Not Your Guru"
Christiaan is one of the top barmen in the country. If you're in LA you can find him at the renowned A.O.C as well as Lucques and Tavern. The guys talk about the time he made drinks for President Obama, touring in Holland and how the drinking age affects crowds at shows.
In this episode the guys talk about the two new announcements they made this week. A brand new documentary series called Bus Call and their new album called 1929.
In this episode the guys talk about bad clappers, pet hotels, Zakir Hussein, Haim Saban, Square Dancing, Auratone Speakers and potentially announcing a new announcement.
On this special episode the guys talk about their breakout album Lunatic with a full track by track discussion.
Michael “Mic” Quinn is a veteran touring professional hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, who's been around the world with bands such as Jet, Empire of the Sun, The Music, Ratatat, Cut Copy and more. He is currently the Production Manager and Front of House sound engineer for KONGOS.
FITNESS is a new band made up of Kenny Carkeet (formerly of AWOLNATION) and Max Collins (Eve 6). The guys talk about overcoming early success, working with major labels, the Lion of Soweto, Die Antwoord, $100 hamburgers, yoga and piloting single engine planes.
The guys met Adam Ruehmer in 2012 opening for Linkin Park who Adam worked for at the time. They talk about meeting in the Virgin Airlines upper class lounge, Tinariwen, Tartit, Trystero Coffee, the business of social media audiences, Paiste cymbals and why we don't like the sound of our own voice