Hope @joekwon80 liked the gift we got him for after tonight’s Avett Brothers show. #porkbelly #bossam #futurepodcast (at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall)

Hope @joekwon80 liked the gift we got him for after tonight’s Avett Brothers show. #porkbelly #bossam #futurepodcast (at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall)

I can associate specific foods with different records we’ve made. When we recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, we ate Loteria Grill a lot, and I was so obsessed with the guacamole, I would fully eat like more than I needed to! It’s just so good. When we recorded in Echo Park, Bobb started bringing in these salted caramels from Little Flower Candy Company in Pasadena and we would snack on them all day in the studio. When we were making our third record in Hollywood, we ate from this place called RoRo’s basically, everyday. It was like- being in the studio also meant we got to eat some of our favorite foods located around where we were working- so yes, it’s safe to say, food plays a role in our recording process.
If you’re having dinner with us and Best Coast on Monday night, here’s what we’ll be eating.

If you’re having dinner with us and Best Coast on Monday night, here’s what we’ll be eating.

This week’s podcast guest is…

COUNTING CROWS’ ADAM DURITZ

We talked about New Orleans, Australian Chinese food (moo shoo kangaroo anyone?), and the beauty of lengua and tripe. Plus we asked him about his good friend Giada De Laurentiis and he tells us about the greatest New Year’s Eve dinner date of his life. The band’s new album “Somewhere Under Wonderland” is out now. 

Download the podcast for free on iTunes or by putting our RSS FEED  into a player of your choice.  Or if you’re too lazy for all of that, you can stream the episode below…

Dinner party w/ bestcoastofficial and flood-magazine in Los Angeles!?  
We’re in. Reserve your space here before it’s all sold out. 

Dinner party w/ bestcoastofficial and flood-magazine in Los Angeles!?  

We’re in. Reserve your space here before it’s all sold out. 

We need to know where to get this iPhone case right now. 

We need to know where to get this iPhone case right now. 

This week’s episode of Food is the New Rock is our very first live podcast!!!
Recorded at LA Times’ THE TASTE, our good friends Matt Mira (from Nerdist and @Midnight) and Michelle Branch join us for practically the entire episode as guest hosts. The rotating cast of guests included Chef Bruce Kalman, from Union in Pasadena, who told us about the time his band opened for Meatloaf, and David Lefevre from Fishing w/ Dynamite. Comedy Andy Milonakis stops by half way through the show, and LA Times food editor Russ Parsons tells us about drinking w/ Muddy Waters and the nasty letter Buddy Holly’s mom sent him when he was a music writer in Lubbock, TX.  At the very end we squeeze in our pals Ray Suen (from Childish Gambino’s band), Jeff Miller (our fill in guest host and the leader of the Black Crystal Wolf Kids) and some tequila shots.  
Download the episode for free on iTunes or by putting our RSS FEED  into a player of your choice.  Or if you’re too lazy for all of that, you can stream the episode below…

This week’s episode of Food is the New Rock is our very first live podcast!!!

Recorded at LA Times’ THE TASTE, our good friends Matt Mira (from Nerdist and @Midnight) and Michelle Branch join us for practically the entire episode as guest hosts. The rotating cast of guests included Chef Bruce Kalman, from Union in Pasadena, who told us about the time his band opened for Meatloaf, and David Lefevre from Fishing w/ Dynamite. Comedy Andy Milonakis stops by half way through the show, and LA Times food editor Russ Parsons tells us about drinking w/ Muddy Waters and the nasty letter Buddy Holly’s mom sent him when he was a music writer in Lubbock, TX.  At the very end we squeeze in our pals Ray Suen (from Childish Gambino’s band), Jeff Miller (our fill in guest host and the leader of the Black Crystal Wolf Kids) and some tequila shots.  

Download the episode for free on iTunes or by putting our RSS FEED  into a player of your choice.  Or if you’re too lazy for all of that, you can stream the episode below…

Enormously proud that this conversation started on this week’s podcast Live from LA Times’ The Taste… download it now for free from iTunes. 

Enormously proud that this conversation started on this week’s podcast Live from LA Times’ The Taste… download it now for free from iTunes.