The JamBase Podcast: Twiddle’s Mihali3 min read
The band’s frontman discusses their new studio album as effectively as his own just lately unveiled solo LP.
By Crew JamBase Sep 15, 2022 • 11:14 am PDT
Episode 141 of The JamBase Podcast, a lover of the Osiris Media Network, characteristics an job interview with Twiddle‘s Mihali. JamBase’s Nate Todd interviewed the guitarist about the band’s new studio album, Each individual Past Leaf, as nicely has his personal solo album, Effection, and a great deal extra.
Nate caught up with Mihali backstage at the Substantial Sierra New music Pageant where by the guitarist was acquiring ready to just take the Grandstand Phase with Twiddle. Mihali and the band were being prepping for their Sunday afternoon established adhering to a late night excursion in the Substantial Sierra Audio Hall the night time prior to. So time was tight, but Nate and Mihali had an insightful conversion about both Twiddle’s new album, Every single Final Leaf, as nicely as Mihali’s new solo document, Effection, which are both equally out now.
The dialogue opened with Mihali talking about the big difference in technique to a late night affair and a daytime competition established. The guitarist and singer-songwriter also in depth Twiddle’s new album, Every Previous Leaf, as nicely as the to start with solitary, “The Satan,” that includes Blues Traveler’s John Popper. Mihali also exposed the intriguing rhythmic creation on the monitor “Beautiful.”
Mihali then mentioned his new solo album, Effection, and working with producer and mate Nate Feinstein of Iya Terra. Mihali also talked about the featured artists on Effection including earlier JamBase Podcast attendees Jacob Hemphill of SOJA and Dispatch’s Chadwick Stokes. Additionally, the discussion touched on how Mihali’s function with Twiddle relates to his solo product and vice versa, his favorite reggae artists and far more.
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