May 2022 on My Little Underground
Updated: Jun 13
May 2022 on My Little Underground was a month of conversation reprisals with Oceanator and radio turned podcast host, Lamark Plaskett. These two are very different from the last time they were on the show. Oceanator has since signed with Polyvinyl Records and Lamark turned his long running radio show, The Fresh Movement into a podcast! Plus, long distance jangle pop outfit, Jeanines shares their song duration opinions and Nico Padden talks up her well organized, community focused, monthly open mics!
Ridgewood/Berkshires jangle pop outfit, Jeanines pulled up to My Little Underground for a big talk on their brief and catchy new album Don't Wait For A Sign, greats of the past and present from their current label, Slumberland Records, all of the ego boosting love they received from playing this year's Madrid Pop Fest, and more!
Elise Okusami of Oceanator returned to My Little Underground to talk up her new, Empire Records inspired album, Nothing's Ever Fine, COVID safety protocols of all of her massive tours, an update on some upcoming releases from her record label, Plastic Miracles, and more!
The End of The Fresh Movement with Lamark Plaskett
Lamark Plaskett has returned to My Little Underground to talk up his radio show turned podcast, The Fresh Movement! However, he ended show on May 31st and he discussed his decision to end it, how podcasting as a medium fit him, moving in and out of Atlanta, and more!
Nico Padden made her debut on My Little Underground and discussed her monthly open mics that create a safe space for experienced and novice performers and showcase local Long Island talent! She also talked up her self funded Pirate Queen album and some of the unique and exciting shows she has coming this summer!
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