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Loose Joints Podcast: Greg Spring

Loose Joints Podcast: Greg Spring


Loose Joints is a podcast where we talk to a guest and play music they like new and old. True to the name, the podcast features a loose collection of tunes, tied together by very little logic, just like our chats. Nialler9 and Sally Cinnamon are your hosts.

This month’s guests is Greg Spring, of art and culture agency This Greedy Pig, online art print label Hen’s Teeth , the Fantasy 12 exhibition, and DJ who can often be found playing with TGP cohort Russell Simmons. Together they host a show on Dublin Digital Radio and you can catch them DJing at Hang Dai this Friday.

This month’s chat includes the tunes below, wild garlic pesto, Daniel O’Donnell, social media influencers, the reaction to the DAMN. artwork, we find out who wrote that McDonald’s jingle, what our rap names are and the scampi fries that will change your life.

Download: Loose Joints Podcast #7:Greg Spring (91MB, 1 hour 33mins)


Ships – Where We Are
Oluko Imo – Praise Jah
Kendrick Lamar – Fear
Digable Planets – Dog It
Kamasai Washington – Truth
Jay Daniel – Paradise Valley
UMFANG – Weight
Mix & Fairbanks – Girls
Henry Wu – Deep in The Mudd
Holm CPU – Fotspor (Bobby Spice remix)
Davy Kehoe – Storm Desmond

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Special thanks to Sean Corcoran for producing / recording.

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