Monday, November 3, 2014

Audio Interview Special!: Noam Hassenfeld of Three Thousand Rivers

Brooklyn band Three Thousand Rivers: (left to right) Warren
Loegering (bass), Jack Cashion (saxophone), Noam Hassenfeld
(guitar, vocals), Nick Demirjian (drums), Joshua Lutz (guitar)

Today we have a new kind of thing for Loose Signatures: audio! Listen to my interview with Noam Hassenfeld, singer/songwriter of the awesome up-and-coming Brooklyn band Three Thousand Rivers, on their new EP, Like a What?—with painstaking audio editing by, well, me.

This originally aired on the Breakfast Show of Oxide Radio, Oxford University's student radio station, which I now host/present most Saturday mornings during Oxford terms from 10 a.m. to 12 noon GMT, and you can listen to online (and only online) at oxideradio.co.uk.

Also, you can check out Like a What? in full on iTunes, Bandcamp, and SoundCloud—and see the band's website, 3000rivers.com. I highly recommend that you start listening to TTR with their song "A Still, Small Voice" (and defy you not to keep coming back for more). Listen to the interview through SoundCloud below:

1 comment:

  1. great interview. I love hearing interviews about things like truth love and honesty. This is one of them :)

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