The thing about Nick, Brian and me, the one thing that hasn’t changed, is that you couldn’t get a more awkward, shy and strange threesome on the casual level — and then when we hit the stage, it’s explosive.
I think the radio will change-– and the sooner the better. Because no matter what way you look at it, the most pleasurable experiences you ever have is when something’s played to you you don’t know. Like going round to a friend’s house and they’ll stick a tune on you. Or going into a store when I was a kid and the new Smiths record’s come out and I’m going up to the guy-– and he’s really cool, the indie store in town-– and just talking to him about music for 20 minutes.
Idaho wunderkind Trevor Powers is known for his beguiling bedroom pop as Youth Lagoon, but he brings much greater energy to this set at Stubb’s in Austin for NPR Music’s SXSW showcase.
This is the audio from the legendary Olympia video ripped and split into a little mp3 bootleg for your listening pleasure. I left all the banter in because I dig that sort of thing… however, it’s at the end of the tracks so you can easily skip past it if you want
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Q: Pat, can you see when you play?
Deerhunter section at Amoeba.