Matt Bigelow

music, podcasts, and recordings from tokyo

the matty b sides -- experimental tri-lingual folk

Wild Thumbprints (Bandcamp) (CD Baby) (iTunes) -- Tri-lingual outsider country-folk-rock album by The Matty B Sides

the dead sea dropouts -- Tokyo's premier Klezmer Group (YouTube)

Matty B Files (iTunes) (Podbean) -- Podcast about music and living in Tokyo

Filtering by Tag: Beer

50 - Jay Ken (Midnight Snakes)

Jay and I sat down in a dodgy... room let's cal it -- in Shimbashi, Tokyo. His band, Midnight Snakes, plays 70s inspired rock and sings lyrics about the nightlife and sketchy sides of living in Tokyo. 

In the intro I present solar panel roofs, YouTubers who complain about their free platform that changes the rules, and play a song from GhostRoads, the movie that was written by last week's guest, Mike Rogers. 

Check out the links below for more information. Or click around on this website and find my music.  You could even buy it

Jay Ken (Midnight Snakes FaceBook contact) // GhostRoads (YouTube Trailer)

This podcast was recorded, edited, uploaded, hosted, written and produced by Matt Bigelow.

25 - James Steele (Cow Broker & Bassist)

In the intro I a do a spoken essay on the possible influences that Soseki Natsume's "Kokoro" and Dazai Osamu's "The Setting Sun" have on the Netflix Drama "Hibana".  It takes around 20 minutes. Then...

James & I sat down in Ogikubo and talked cows.  He brokers cows.  He used to live in Japan and we played a lot of music together.  This episode is about cows!  And music! And beer!  Then we walked to Gamuso.

 

Matt Bigelow (iTunes) (Bandcamp) (CD Baby)

8 - Duncan Walsh (the Watanabes)

Duncan and I sat down in Yoyogi Park and talked about music, Asian scams, and the highs and lows of living in Japan.

the Watanabes

http://www.thewatanabes.com/

https://www.facebook.com/thewatanabes/

the Matty B Sides

https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/wild-thumbprints/id1068160790?l=en

https://www.facebook.com/mattybsides

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n96SICyObvM

7 - Astrid (Tits, Tats, & Whiskers)

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