Loose Joints is new podcast hosted by Nialler9 and Sally Cinnamon talking to people about the music they love: old and new.
In our second episode (see episode one), we are joined by booze enthusiast Oisin Davis of Great Irish Beverages (incorporating Irish Cocktail Fest, Irish Whiskey Fest and Irish Gin & Tonic Fest) and the creator of Poacher’s Tonic.
We talk about Oisin’s New Jersey upbringing, grown men crying over beautiful songs stuck in traffic, what it’s like to support Grandmaster Flash, the beauty of a basso profundo voice – the lowest you can get, a Hard Working Class Heroes highlight, the tune Oisin would like his kids to associate with him and a couple of Belfast bangers.
Also available in Stitcher, Pocket Casts and TuneIn.
- Yves Tumor – Role in Creation (Sally)
- James Vincent McMorrow – Rising Water (Oisin)
- Solange – Junie (Niall)
- What tune or band takes you back to your youth the most?
Grandmaster Flash – The Message (Oisin)
- A tune that inspires you most?
St Petersburg Male Choir – A prayer For The Dead (Oisin)
- Paul Robeson – Danny Boy (Oisin)
- Pional feat Empress Of – The Way That You Like (Sally)
- Favourite Irish song:
Breda Mayock – If Your Heart Belonged To Me by (Oisin)
- Favourite Irish album:
Headgear – Singing In The Drain, Headgear (Oisin)
- Le Boom – What They Do (Niall)
- Tune you’d like your kids to associate with you:
The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald – Making Believe (Oisin)
- 808 State – In Your Face (Bicep remix) (Niall)
- LOR – Moon (Sally)
- Bat for Lashes – Joe’s Dream (Oisin)
Special thanks to Sean Corcoran for facilitating recording.