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On my 18th birthday I was a freshman at the University of Florida. That morning I walked from Simpson Hall to some intro class at Turlington Hall. My walkman was blaring a 90 minute cassette that included The Crew. With poetic timing, the tape died, as cassettes with years of use will do. I spent the remainder of that walk to class pondering youth and adulthood. This interview was conducted 18 years and 6 weeks after that cassette died.
About The Top Shelf
Dave Drobach and Matt Sweeting can talk about records. They have experience that can only come from combined decades of touring in numerous bands and working at a record label. No Idea’s finest bring in the creators of great albums we have all come to love, to sit down, reflect and reminisce on these recordings.
There are three pieces to a Top Shelf interview. The interview team of Dave and Matt, a band member and the vinyl record itself. The record is played in its entirety, stopped in between songs to discuss the writing, recording and touring that happened around the record. Top Shelf session interviews are recorded live in the Grow Radio studios during the weekly show they run called “2nd Avenue Shuffle.”
These are your favorite albums, with commentary found nowhere else. Archived monthly at Lead Us Down.