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Shamir Gives Exclusive Preview of New Album

This week on the Talkhouse Podcast, post-genre singer Shamir kicks off the podcast's new "Voice Memos" audio diary series with a deeply intimate journey into the manic episode that resulted in his album Hope and shares never-before-heard demos from his forthcoming album Revelations. Listen HERE. Also on Talkhouse this week, singer/songwriter Half Waif delivers a review of her friend Julien Baker's Turn Out the Lights (read it HERE) and Queens rapper Nasty Nigel shares his current listening (read it HERE).

Additionally, award-winning filmmaker Adam Baran writes about director Robin Campillo's filmBPM (Beats Per Minute) and the lessons learned from the ACT UP movement (read it HERE), director Kelly Loudenberg discusses what didn't make it into her new Netflix original series "The Confession Tapes" (read it HERE), and Oscar-nominated film editor (and director of the new release Crash Pad) Kevin Tent writes about the insanity of working with legendary B-movie director Roger Corman (read it HERE).
Talkhouse also continues its first-hand approach to food coverage with the first-ever Talkhouse Food essay. Adam Geringer-Dunn, chef and owner of NYC's popular Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co., discusses TV cooking shows and the disconnect between "how we look at food in our kitchens and how we use it as entertainment" (read it HERE).
Other recent Talkhouse pieces have included a conversation between Chuck D and Tom Morello about the relationship between politics and protest music (listen HERE) and critically acclaimed Australian singer/songwriter of Arab origin Wafia writes about immigration and identity (read it HERE).
Talkhouse's editorial website and podcast offer an alternative to traditional models of journalism and criticism. Readers and listeners gain unique insight to the creative process as musicians, actors, filmmakers, comedians and leaders in the food world explore and express their opinions on each other's crafts in writing and on the podcast. All content on Talkhouse-written editorial, audio podcasts and video-is created by musicians, filmmakers, actors, chefs and more. Talkhouse has changed the journalistic landscape with landmark contributions from the late Lou Reed, Moonlight director Barry Jenkins, Rose McGowan and hundreds of other creative leaders. On the Talkhouse Podcast, guests have included Kid Cudi talking with Paul Reubens, Patterson Hood (Drive-By Truckers) in conversation with Talib Kweli, Jenny Slate and Gillian Robespierre sitting down with Nicole Holofcener, and Darren Aronofsky talking with one of his cinematic heroes, Alejandro Jodorowsky.
The fast-rising media company continues to grow its platform in scope with the recent launch of its Food Podcast, with the debut episode featuring a discussion between NYC restaurateurAndrew Carmellini and rapper A$AP Ferg (listen HERE). The Talkhouse Podcast was recently named a Webby Award honoree (Best Individual Podcast Episode), while Amy Rose Spiegelwas hired as editor-in-chief of Talkhouse Music, highlighting the organization's continuing growth and evolution.

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