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Tour D'oeuvres Podcast

Taber Lathrop and Jojo Glidewell

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Tour D'oeuvres Podcast

Taber Lathrop and Jojo Glidewell

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An audio-journal of life on the road with a touring band. That band is of Montreal.

Latest Episodes

Ep.22 "I'm the Weird Odd Duck" w/ Ian Mott

In episode 22 Taber got the chance to talk with Ian Mott, the former guitar-tech and bus-driver for of Montreal. Ian has had close ties with the members of the band and crew since around the time of the band's conception. He continues to drive buses for a number of artists and he has a natural gift for story-telling as well as a very sharp memory. Ian enlightened Taber on many aspects of the band's history and opened his eyes to just how unique their touring "family" really is.

-1 s2018 FEB 24
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Ep.22 "I'm the Weird Odd Duck" w/ Ian Mott

Ep. 21 "Clayton Was Really Impressed" w/ Kishi Bashi

EIn this episode Taber talks with Kishi Bashi (K for short). This interview is from 2 years ago, before the Tour D'oeuvres Podcast was started. It was the first interview Taber had ever done and as a result he and Jojo decided to make the podcast. To help with the interview, Taber recruited his good friend and previous Tour D'oeuvres guest, Drew Kirby. When this interview was recorded K had just released his 3rd studio album, Sonderlust. Taber and Drew were invited toK's studioto listen to and discuss the album.Unique to this episode is the addition of music throughout the conversation.With his laptop handy K took us through some of the songs on the album and explained different aspects of thewriting/recording process. He also shared some of his favorite bandsand thegroups whose music helpedinspirethe new album.Other topics include K's background in Jazz, his musical career from his first band, Jupiter One, to playing for Regina Spektor, to joining of Montreal and to eventually headl...

-1 s2017 DEC 4
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Ep. 21 "Clayton Was Really Impressed" w/ Kishi Bashi

Ep. 20 "I Need Paper! Hand Me The Lion King!" w/ Liz Wheeler

EIn Episode 20 Taber talks with Liz Wheeler. Liz has been a stage performer for of Montreal for nearly 10 years. Liz tells about meeting Kevin and hearing his music for the first time, in the days before of Montreal. She and Taber discuss Liz's home life in New Orleans, her job as a message therapist, the benefits of performing with a mask and much more.

-1 s2017 NOV 20
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Ep. 20 "I Need Paper! Hand Me The Lion King!" w/ Liz Wheeler

Ep. 19 "Does Anyone Say Action?" w/ Shaun Fleming

EIn this episode Taber talks with Shaun Fleming, thecreator and frontman for the band Diane Coffee and the former drummer of Foxygen. They got together before the show in Bloomington, IN, where Shaun now lives. They discuss life in Bloomington andgrowing up in southern California. Other topics include Shaun's acting career (both voice and "real body"), the Diane Coffee live show, Shaun's musical process and more.

-1 s2017 OCT 24
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Ep. 19 "Does Anyone Say Action?" w/ Shaun Fleming

Ep. 18 "You Little Tart" w/ Kevin Barnes and Taber in Tucson, AZ

Taber sits down with Kevin Barnes, the brain and spirit of of Montreal, to talk drag, clowns, meaningless sex, authentic love, and conspiracy theories about why the Cleveland Browns suck so bad. Art by Taber Lathrop

-1 s2017 SEP 4
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Ep. 18 "You Little Tart" w/ Kevin Barnes and Taber in Tucson, AZ

Ep. 17 " Stay on the Sand" W/ David Barnes

EEpisode 17 will be the final episode of Vol. 1. In this episode Taber talks with David Barnes, the visual mind behind of Montreal. Taber, being the newest appendage to the visual team at of Montreal,talks with his boss/mentor/friend about their collaborative process and shared history on the road. They discuss David's creative process on and off the road and how he has turned his art into a profitable business for his family. They even discuss the "Inevitable"robot-revolution and the worries we might face as humans in such a world. Enjoy and tune in on September 4th for Episode 1 of Volume 2 with Kevin Barnes

-1 s2017 AUG 7
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Ep. 17 " Stay on the Sand" W/ David Barnes

Ep. 16 "It's Like Learning that Magic is Real" w/ Boshra AlSaadi and Taber

EEpisode 16 is a 2 part conversation with Boshra AlSaadi, the bassist for TEEN. Part 1 takes place outside the venue, The Mohawk, in Austin, TX and Part 2 was recorded after the show in Mobile, AL. They discuss Boshra's upbringing and her yearly visits to see family in Syria. They talk a bit about music from Syria and her musical roots.

-1 s2017 JUL 25
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Ep. 16 "It's Like Learning that Magic is Real" w/ Boshra AlSaadi and Taber

Ep. 15 "Why Aren't the Men Wearing Banana Hammocks?" w/ Katherine Liberson and Taber

EIn this episode Taber sits down with Katherine Lieberson, the drummer for TEEN and the eldest of the Lieberson sisters. They discuss gymnastics, family dynamics and Katherine's path from a competetive gymnast to a touring musician.

-1 s2017 JUL 11
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Ep. 15 "Why Aren't the Men Wearing Banana Hammocks?" w/ Katherine Liberson and Taber

Ep. 14 "A Man of Many Pants" w/ Taber and Michael Wheeler in Mobile, AL

ETaber sits down with of Montreal's tour manager, Michael Wheeler to talk about Martini's, The difficulties of tour managing and Michael's long history with of Montreal.

-1 s2017 JUL 6
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Ep. 14 "A Man of Many Pants" w/ Taber and Michael Wheeler in Mobile, AL

Ep. (0.1) "God Made Keith Richards" w/ Drew Kirby and Jojo

Episode 0.1 could be called the first of the bonus content. It is not directly affiliated with the of Montreal tour episodes which are airing every Monday. Instead Jojo and Taber sought to talk to other friends of their's who tour in bands. This episode is Jojo talking to Drew Kirby who has been touring with the band Mothers, from Athens, GA,for the past 2 years or so. During that time "Mothers" has criss-crossed America, and several other countries, on a number of tours. Drew gives his take on life on tour.

-1 s2017 JUN 29
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Ep. (0.1) "God Made Keith Richards" w/ Drew Kirby and Jojo

Latest Episodes

Ep.22 "I'm the Weird Odd Duck" w/ Ian Mott

In episode 22 Taber got the chance to talk with Ian Mott, the former guitar-tech and bus-driver for of Montreal. Ian has had close ties with the members of the band and crew since around the time of the band's conception. He continues to drive buses for a number of artists and he has a natural gift for story-telling as well as a very sharp memory. Ian enlightened Taber on many aspects of the band's history and opened his eyes to just how unique their touring "family" really is.

-1 s2018 FEB 24
Comments
Ep.22 "I'm the Weird Odd Duck" w/ Ian Mott

Ep. 21 "Clayton Was Really Impressed" w/ Kishi Bashi

EIn this episode Taber talks with Kishi Bashi (K for short). This interview is from 2 years ago, before the Tour D'oeuvres Podcast was started. It was the first interview Taber had ever done and as a result he and Jojo decided to make the podcast. To help with the interview, Taber recruited his good friend and previous Tour D'oeuvres guest, Drew Kirby. When this interview was recorded K had just released his 3rd studio album, Sonderlust. Taber and Drew were invited toK's studioto listen to and discuss the album.Unique to this episode is the addition of music throughout the conversation.With his laptop handy K took us through some of the songs on the album and explained different aspects of thewriting/recording process. He also shared some of his favorite bandsand thegroups whose music helpedinspirethe new album.Other topics include K's background in Jazz, his musical career from his first band, Jupiter One, to playing for Regina Spektor, to joining of Montreal and to eventually headl...

-1 s2017 DEC 4
Comments
Ep. 21 "Clayton Was Really Impressed" w/ Kishi Bashi

Ep. 20 "I Need Paper! Hand Me The Lion King!" w/ Liz Wheeler

EIn Episode 20 Taber talks with Liz Wheeler. Liz has been a stage performer for of Montreal for nearly 10 years. Liz tells about meeting Kevin and hearing his music for the first time, in the days before of Montreal. She and Taber discuss Liz's home life in New Orleans, her job as a message therapist, the benefits of performing with a mask and much more.

-1 s2017 NOV 20
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Ep. 20 "I Need Paper! Hand Me The Lion King!" w/ Liz Wheeler

Ep. 19 "Does Anyone Say Action?" w/ Shaun Fleming

EIn this episode Taber talks with Shaun Fleming, thecreator and frontman for the band Diane Coffee and the former drummer of Foxygen. They got together before the show in Bloomington, IN, where Shaun now lives. They discuss life in Bloomington andgrowing up in southern California. Other topics include Shaun's acting career (both voice and "real body"), the Diane Coffee live show, Shaun's musical process and more.

-1 s2017 OCT 24
Comments
Ep. 19 "Does Anyone Say Action?" w/ Shaun Fleming

Ep. 18 "You Little Tart" w/ Kevin Barnes and Taber in Tucson, AZ

Taber sits down with Kevin Barnes, the brain and spirit of of Montreal, to talk drag, clowns, meaningless sex, authentic love, and conspiracy theories about why the Cleveland Browns suck so bad. Art by Taber Lathrop

-1 s2017 SEP 4
Comments
Ep. 18 "You Little Tart" w/ Kevin Barnes and Taber in Tucson, AZ

Ep. 17 " Stay on the Sand" W/ David Barnes

EEpisode 17 will be the final episode of Vol. 1. In this episode Taber talks with David Barnes, the visual mind behind of Montreal. Taber, being the newest appendage to the visual team at of Montreal,talks with his boss/mentor/friend about their collaborative process and shared history on the road. They discuss David's creative process on and off the road and how he has turned his art into a profitable business for his family. They even discuss the "Inevitable"robot-revolution and the worries we might face as humans in such a world. Enjoy and tune in on September 4th for Episode 1 of Volume 2 with Kevin Barnes

-1 s2017 AUG 7
Comments
Ep. 17 " Stay on the Sand" W/ David Barnes

Ep. 16 "It's Like Learning that Magic is Real" w/ Boshra AlSaadi and Taber

EEpisode 16 is a 2 part conversation with Boshra AlSaadi, the bassist for TEEN. Part 1 takes place outside the venue, The Mohawk, in Austin, TX and Part 2 was recorded after the show in Mobile, AL. They discuss Boshra's upbringing and her yearly visits to see family in Syria. They talk a bit about music from Syria and her musical roots.

-1 s2017 JUL 25
Comments
Ep. 16 "It's Like Learning that Magic is Real" w/ Boshra AlSaadi and Taber

Ep. 15 "Why Aren't the Men Wearing Banana Hammocks?" w/ Katherine Liberson and Taber

EIn this episode Taber sits down with Katherine Lieberson, the drummer for TEEN and the eldest of the Lieberson sisters. They discuss gymnastics, family dynamics and Katherine's path from a competetive gymnast to a touring musician.

-1 s2017 JUL 11
Comments
Ep. 15 "Why Aren't the Men Wearing Banana Hammocks?" w/ Katherine Liberson and Taber

Ep. 14 "A Man of Many Pants" w/ Taber and Michael Wheeler in Mobile, AL

ETaber sits down with of Montreal's tour manager, Michael Wheeler to talk about Martini's, The difficulties of tour managing and Michael's long history with of Montreal.

-1 s2017 JUL 6
Comments
Ep. 14 "A Man of Many Pants" w/ Taber and Michael Wheeler in Mobile, AL

Ep. (0.1) "God Made Keith Richards" w/ Drew Kirby and Jojo

Episode 0.1 could be called the first of the bonus content. It is not directly affiliated with the of Montreal tour episodes which are airing every Monday. Instead Jojo and Taber sought to talk to other friends of their's who tour in bands. This episode is Jojo talking to Drew Kirby who has been touring with the band Mothers, from Athens, GA,for the past 2 years or so. During that time "Mothers" has criss-crossed America, and several other countries, on a number of tours. Drew gives his take on life on tour.

-1 s2017 JUN 29
Comments
Ep. (0.1) "God Made Keith Richards" w/ Drew Kirby and Jojo
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