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Artist Interviews Juice Mazelee Interview

This week, Features contributor Marjorie Alford speaks with Chicago-based mental health advocate, author, artist, actor and producer Juice Mazelee. They discuss the importance of art and quality over quantity, minding your mental health, the social justice climate of Chicago in the summer of 2020, creative outlets and community support beyond his music, and advice for aspiring artists. 

Juice has a new single, "HEY MAMA," available now on all major streaming platforms.

Produced by Jono Lyle and Brian Szpak.

Photo Credit: Juice Mazelee

CHIRP Radio · Juice Mazlee Interview

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Topics: brian szpak, jono lyle, juice mazelee, marjorie alford

Artist Interviews Thou Interview

This week features co-director Mick R spoke with Bryan Funck the lead singer of experimental sludge metal band Thou. They discussed Thou's album with dark folk artist Emma Ruth Rundle May Our Chambers Be Full, the band's recent covers albums, a collection of Nirvana covers called Blessings of the Highest Order, and a general collection of covers called, A Primer of Holy Words, and possible plans for the band to write new music while still in quarantine. 

Produced by Mick R. 

Photo by Craig Mulcahy.

CHIRP Radio · Thou Interview

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Topics: mick r., thou

Artist Interviews William Steffey Interview

This week, CHIRP Radio's DJ Ninja speaks with Chicago mainstay, William Steffey. They talk about his most recent album, ATYPICAL, the release of his single, "So Wrong," the sales of which will be completely donated to the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, his 2020 book Time is a Fine White Lie and his decision to turn it into an audiobook, and going back to school. 

Produced by DJ Ninja.

Photo Credit: William Steffey

CHIRP Radio · William Steffey Interview

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Topics: dj ninja, william steffey

Artist Interviews Custard Flux Interview

This week for the CHIRP Radio Artist Interview we bring you DJ Mike Nikolich in conversation with Gregory Curvey of the progressive rock band Custard Flux. They discussed the recording of his latest album Oxygen and Gregory tells the story of how he restored a 100 year old harmonium to make it. 

Produced by Mike Nikolich.

Photo Credit: Gregory Curvey

CHIRP Radio · Custard Flux Interview

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Topics: custard flux, mike nikolich

Artist Interviews Fever Queen Interview

For this week's Artist Interview, CHIRP DJ Ronald Pagan speaks with Chicago-based singer-songwriter Eleanor Rose Lee, aka Fever Queen. They speak about her preference in working solo, making the most of quarantine with constant writing, the choral-style arrangements of her most recent album, The World of Fever Queen, and from where she draws her inspiration.

Produced by Danielle Sines.

Photo Credit: Evan Jenkins

CHIRP Radio · Fever Queen Interview

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Topics: fever queen, indie rock, ronald pagan

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