Welcome to My Teeth Need Attention. I'm Joe Tunis. This podcast is essentially an extension of my radio show Numbers on WAYOLP Rochester NY 104.3fm and wayofm.org. This platform gives me a little more flexibility on things I'd like to cover, as well as encouraging people to check out music covered, directly supporting artists and labels, and also talk about Carbon Records, the label I've been running since 1994.
In this podcast, I feature new and old music, underground and weirdo, as well as theme-based episodes, label features, and interviews.
Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcast or Mixcloud, rate and review it, share it, etc. You can also follow us at @myteethneedattention on Instagram.
The first issue of the zine is now available over on the Carbon Records Bandcamp site!
The companion to the podcast of the same name, here is issue #1 of the My Teeth Need Attention zine. This issue features interviews with Stefan Christensen (C/Site Recordings, Headroom, Mountain Movers, Center, etc) and David Shapiro (aka Alexander, Center, Nagual, Kath Bloom collaborator), Brian Blatt photography, record reviews, road-trip log (Petty Bunco Big Outdoor Party weekend in Philly), fiction, and more...
8.5 inches x 5.5 inches, 28 pages, full color photocopy, saddle stitched with kraft card-stock cover and heavy newsprint interior. NOTE: some copies are all white, or all kraft. Luck of the draw! :)
Getting back to the podcast with a music-only show. Something old, something new... Including some brand new Carbon Records releases!
In this episode, I sit down with David Nance. We briefly discuss The Dead C universe, his early years growing up in Nebraska, early bands, his cover record projects, collaborations, and more!
In this episode, I sit down with Emily Robb. We discuss how great Philly is and about 20mins of other non-music stuff to start! But then we finally get to discussing her early years growing up in Maine, learning to play music, previous bands, her solo work, collaborations, and more!
In this episode, I sit down with Ashley, Dustin, and Shaun. We discuss their early years, playing, improv-ing, fixing toilets, visiting different towns, and more!
In this episode, I sit down with Darin Gray. We discuss his early years, his time in bands such as Dazzling Killmen and Grand Ulena, his immersion into various Chicago scenes, involvement with people such as Jim O'Rourke and Thymme Jones in the groups Brise Glace, Yona Kit, and You Fantastic!, as well as his extensive solo and collaborative catalog, with people such as Loren Connors and Eiko Ishibashi, with various percussionist such as Chris Corsano and Tyler Damon, and more. [updated the intro, removing some pre-show junk]