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.
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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 Episode 2 of Bus Call - Repeat After Me, a snippet of an upcoming song - Tomorrow, Radio Campaigns, Alaska, Hard Drives, and Seasonal Affective Disorder.
The guys talk about Episode 1 of Bus Call, a snippet of an upcoming tune - A Happy Song, Artificial Intelligence, and poly-rhythms.
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 premiere a brand new song exclusively on the podcast. They introduce Colton from the top bunk, and talk about their show in Burlington, the Novation Peak and festival transport.
In this first podcast in a while the guys catch up on some important news, discuss releasing new music, LA Story, Screaming Jay Hawkins, corn tortillas and spring reverbs.
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.
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.