Here’s episode 37 with Prince Robot!
Prince Robot stopped by the All Independent Reno back-shack last week to talk about a variety of subjects including band spirit animals, Pogs (remember Pogs?) and music that influenced their new album Post-Apocalyptic Dancehall Blues. Prince Robot band mates Lynne Carpenter (vocals), Alex Alcantar (Guitar) and Jeff King (Drums), will be performing for their CD release party show at 40 Mile Saloon Jan. 20th 2018. Supporting Prince Robot will be local favorites Pink Awful and Corner Store.
Here’s an excerpt from the article about Prince Robot from the Reno News & Review:
The members of Prince Robot describe themselves as junk rockers. They like to make as much racket as they can with as few people as possible. Speed is key, too. According to King, he doesn’t ever play slow songs because it makes him uncomfortable. The band pulls its inspiration from a range of influences including ’50s surf rock and punk—and Bikini Kill front woman Kathleen Hanna’s ability to scream in key, according to Carpenter.
The following songs from Post-Apocalyptic Dancehall Blues are featured on this episode:
“My Kind of Bitch”
Check out the cool photos, songs and other info about Prince Robot on their website princerobotreno.com or renofucks.com. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for upcoming shows and future cool shit.
Thanks for listening!
Hosted and produced by David Hadel