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Nate Ruess on Jim Adkins Podcast

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Aug 13, 2020.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. ARo24

    Regular Supporter

    A nice chat between two solid dudes. Enjoying this new podcast.
    joey-wan kenobi likes this.
  3. ManchesterOrch8

    Motel. Money. Murder. Madness.

    This was great to watch, especially considering there has always been a local rumor of a 'rift' between the two camps for years.
  4. IAmMikeWhite


    I know it shouldn't matter, but I'm actually pretty bummed Nate feels so negatively about Aim & Ignite. That album is so important to me, it feels weird to hear the artist say, "Yeah, not for me."
    Mr. Serotonin likes this.
  5. ctigers92


    Aim an Ignite was his best piece of work he’s ever released, in my opinion. He seems worn out and not interested in music in general right now at all.

    Surprised how high he is on his solo record though. Harsh Light was the only song I was ever fond of in the slightest and it was basically a fun. song.
  6. joey-wan kenobi

    Happiness is a warm gun mama

    With the mark podcast I felt a little underwhelmed, but yet I actually enjoyed the Nate one. To hear what’s in nates brain about writing and why he feels uninspired to write connected with me.
    Haven’t really been a huge follower of his bands, but I respect the hell out of his accomplishments.
  7. Mr. Serotonin

    I'm still staring down the sun Prestigious

    Nate sure has a lot of excuses to not release more music, haha. Sucks, i'd love another album.
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  8. Brent

    Destroy What You Create Prestigious

    Just insufferable to listen to him talk/tweet these days.
  9. fredwordsmith

    Regular Supporter

    Jim is really good at this. I actually really enjoyed Mark's episode, even though he was a bit guarded. But Jim is great at keeping things light while drawing a bit of mystery out of these artists. Really hoping this keeps going.