How Long
Gone

5 months ago ep. 297 feat. Dean Wareham (Galaxie 500, Luna) 01:06:28

Dean Wareham is a musician from New York currently living in Los Angeles. He formed the seminal alternative bands Galaxie 500 and Luna and has scored films like The Squid and the Whale. We chat with Dean about the streaming platform drama, some trouble at Bluebottle Coffee, finding culture in Los Angeles, where he goes grocery shopping, just missing Epstein back at Dalton, opium den life, quaaludes, why Dean hates music festivals, our governors mask techniques, sync talk, Dean's personal experience with Spotify, what busywork he uses to avoid content creation, and a friend who recently failed to convince him to do cocaine. twitter.com/warehamdean.

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How Long Gone is a bi-coastal elite podcast from old friends and podcast professionals, Chris Black and Jason Stewart. CB and TJ deliver their takes on pop culture, fashion, music, and more.

A grainy photograph features How Long Gone hosts Chris Black and Jason Stewart reclining in the grass before a fountain containing a large golden statue of a leaping man.

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New episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
How Long Gone #361: @themjeans and I chat about bonding with the cleaning person, we’re Lee Pace pilled, sprinkler watering drama in Glendale, how to properly gorge at the movie theater, and the mail needs to stop being delivered on Sundays — howlonggone.com/361-chris-and-…
How Long Gone #360: @themjeans and I chat with @hovvdy about living in Waco, taking too much Adderall, when bedroom pop was a novel idea, a few words on the passing of Juul, and we find out the only way to enjoy listening to the new Drake record —howlonggone.com/360-hovvdy
How Long Gone #359: @themjeans and I chat with @gertjonkers about pagan rituals in The Netherlands, tank tops, the lifespan of a magazine cover, not diluting the brand, and podcasting, just like magazine making, looks a lot easier than it is — howlonggone.com/359-gert-jonke…
Talked to @_sleach about overdosing, sobriety, working out, and trying to have a sense of humor about it all — menshealth.com/trending-news/… via @MensHealthMag
How Long Gone #358: @themjeans and I chat with @perryfarrell about sleeping pills, ideas for his funky man cave, he doesn’t strike us as a “dairy” guy, running into Chris Cornell at Kid’s R’ Us in Culver City, and the Jah-like characteristics of vinyl — howlonggone.com/358-perry-farr…
How Long Gone #357: @themjeans and I chat with @Lefsetz about the benefits of being a one-man-band, starting his newsletter in 1986, big muckety-mucks, if the money is right and you hate your family then the music business is for you, and his LA haunts — howlonggone.com/357-bob-lefsetz
New episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
How Long Gone #361: @themjeans and I chat about bonding with the cleaning person, we’re Lee Pace pilled, sprinkler watering drama in Glendale, how to properly gorge at the movie theater, and the mail needs to stop being delivered on Sundays — howlonggone.com/361-chris-and-…
How Long Gone #360: @themjeans and I chat with @hovvdy about living in Waco, taking too much Adderall, when bedroom pop was a novel idea, a few words on the passing of Juul, and we find out the only way to enjoy listening to the new Drake record —howlonggone.com/360-hovvdy
How Long Gone #359: @themjeans and I chat with @gertjonkers about pagan rituals in The Netherlands, tank tops, the lifespan of a magazine cover, not diluting the brand, and podcasting, just like magazine making, looks a lot easier than it is — howlonggone.com/359-gert-jonke…
Talked to @_sleach about overdosing, sobriety, working out, and trying to have a sense of humor about it all — menshealth.com/trending-news/… via @MensHealthMag
How Long Gone #358: @themjeans and I chat with @perryfarrell about sleeping pills, ideas for his funky man cave, he doesn’t strike us as a “dairy” guy, running into Chris Cornell at Kid’s R’ Us in Culver City, and the Jah-like characteristics of vinyl — howlonggone.com/358-perry-farr…
How Long Gone #357: @themjeans and I chat with @Lefsetz about the benefits of being a one-man-band, starting his newsletter in 1986, big muckety-mucks, if the money is right and you hate your family then the music business is for you, and his LA haunts — howlonggone.com/357-bob-lefsetz