Episode 54: Side Projects are Key! In our 54th episode, the pod dives into a number of artists side projects. Why do side projects start? Do they typically last? If they don’t, why is that? We attempt to answer all of these questions and more. One thing we can all agree on is: side projects are key! Them Crooked Vultures, Head Automatica, Atoms for Peace, Black Light Burns, Sugar, and Echobrain get the nod this week.
Other topics include: Corey Taylor announces solo tour for May and June (concerts!) and a reaction to Chevelle not making any money from their label after selling 6 million records.
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(On the episode: (0:00) Podcast intro. (2:47) Corey Taylor tour dates announced. (10:23) Reaction to Chevelle not making any money from their label after selling 6 million records. (22:11) Side projects segment starts.)
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