This week Johnny and Danny catch up with an old friend Jeff Moran who is an assistant professor in the mechanical department at George Mason University. He specializes in fluid dynamics and does his best to explain things to the guys.
This week Danny, Dylan, and Johnny announce a special incentive for ticket holders attending the 1929 Tour, their new online store at teespring, Werner Herzog, and a show titled Tales From the Tour Bus.
This week the guys talk with guest Nick Morgulis - filmmaker extraordinaire - about meeting KONGOS and crew, being new on tour, crazy stories in Europe, and some of the creative projects Nick is working on today.
This week the guys welcome special guest radio personality Beef Vegan, who was one of the first DJs to play I’m Only Joking. The band also premieres their brand new single Pay For The Weekend exclusively for Front Lounge listeners.
This week the guys talk about their Greek food party - Inauthentica, their upcoming single - Pay For The Weekend, questions from Patreon Subscribers, and the ridiculous responses on Twitter to Mumford and Sons postponing tour dates.
This week the guys talk about the last episode of Bus Call and the positive response the series is getting on YouTube. They also speak on gearing up for the 1929 Winter Tour, Apartment searching in LA, and Pano’s tour of America.
The guys welcome back photographer and friend Jonny Marlow who helped film Episode 6 of Bus Call in South Africa in 2016. In this remarkable free form stream of unconsciousness conversation they talk about Bus Call and a bunch of other stuff.
The guys catch up with good friends Logan and Sarah Hall, the “editing power couple” who they’ve been working with on Bus Call for the last 2 years. They talk about the latest episode of Bus Call, Alexander Scriabin, Giant Mushrooms, the Catalina Wine Mixer and more.
The guys debut their brand new single Keep Your Head, announce the January 5th, 2019 release date of the Part 1 of the new album 1929, talk about the most recent Episode of Bus Call and remember when they supported One Republic in Europe in 2014.
The guys have big news this week as they announce a North American Tour (https://kongos.com/shows), they go into a bit of detail on Episode 3 of Bus Call - If You Build It, play a snippet of an upcoming song - Interference, the VIP experience, their 1st tour, and a Wireless DAC.
The guys talk about Ad-Free podcast episodes through Patreon, the Premiere of Bus Call on Sep 13, filming the Everything Must Go Music Video, Festival Radius Clauses, their first gig ever and the Gimbal Ronin S.
The guys premiere their new song Everything Must Go and talk about their docu-series Bus Call, mixing in the new room after hitting multiple roadblocks in the previous space, the percentage of money made by musicians in the music industry, and the meaning of the term Bus Call with Colton from the Top Bunk.
The guys talk with photographer Jeff Olsen, about photoshoots with the band, his new Leica M camera, "Decisive Moments", what it's like to film KONGOS during arguments, I'm Dying Up Here, Leonard Cohen, Danny's new obsession with gnocchi. Also Colton From The Top Bunk chimes in about his time in LA.
The guys catch up with multi-platinum selling singer song-writer responsible for one of the most legendary bands to have ever existed. John Kongos, father of KONGOS, chats family history, JOHNNY GUITAR Drive-In, touring and algorithm generated music.
The guys catch up with Jason Roedl, their Tour Manager and long time friend. They talk about the Bus Call screening at Phoenix Film Festival, Jason's band Young Mothers, GQOM, tour accounting, the Pelican 1560 case and a very interesting story about James Brown.
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.