Under the Radar Presents: “Why Not Both” Podcast Featuring Kae Tempest

Under the Radar Presents: “Why Not Both” Podcast Featuring Kae Tempest

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Apr 27, 2022

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Behold, another Why Not Both Wednesday! Every week, in partnership with Why Not Both podcast, we’ll be presenting new podcast episodes that explore how multiple passions inform the inspiring lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives.

Kae Tempest has an obsession with words, the way they flow on the page, the way they tumble around on the tip of your tongue. Speaking to them just before they launched into a series of tour dates celebrating the release of their brilliant new album The Line Is A Curve, we were struck by just how passionately they loved stitching words together across media from poetry and plays to books and songs. It’s beautiful to witness someone delve into the deepest parts of themselves to craft connections with others through their art but as Tempest puts it, they don’t know how to lead life any other way.

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Title : Why Not both Ep 67 Alex Somers
Artist : Why Not Both Podcast
Duration : 51:24
Size : 70.59 MB
Source : Youtube Music/Video
Type of file : Audio/Video (.mp3 .mp4)

Musician Alex Somers decided to change his life in one swoop, leaving behind the insular inspiring community of Reykjavik for the sunshine and sprawl of Los Angeles, Before he left, he drafted a sonic love letter to his time spent in Iceland in the form of his new double album Siblings +Siblings 2. We loved chatting with him about the duality in crafting his own narratives versus scoring films and how sometimes, we have to destroy something we made in order to create it in the first place.

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