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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. With three new episodes a week, you've got more than enough content to soak up. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support Continue Reading >>
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. With three new episodes a week, you've got more than enough content to soak up. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support << Show Less
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360. - Hovvdy Hovvdy (pronounced Howdy) is a band from Texas. We chat with Charlie and Will about Twitter becoming more of a blog, Netflix’s Snowflake Mountain, TJ’s new workout plan, a Waco TX scene report, sneaky pancakes, why they moved out of Austin, taking too much Adderall at a young age, popping an oxy and watching Transformers in the theater, Chris may be pleasuring himself to our Shopify push notifications, back when bedroom pop was a novel idea, why sold-out concerts are still severely unattended, we say a few words on the passing of Juul, Charlie says don’t come for Maron, the in-house products at H-E-B are fire, one of the Property Brothers drives a Honda Accord, and we found out the only way to actually enjoy listening to the new Drake record.
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360. - Hovvdy Hovvdy (pronounced Howdy) is a band from Texas. We chat with Charlie and Will about Twitter becoming more of a blog, Netflix’s Snowflake Mountain, TJ’s new workout plan, a Waco TX scene report, sneaky pancakes, why they moved out of Austin, taking too much Adderall at a young age, popping an oxy and watching Transformers in the theater, Chris may be pleasuring himself to our Shopify push notifications, back when bedroom pop was a novel idea, why sold-out concerts are still severely unattended, we say a few words on the passing of Juul, Charlie says don’t come for Maron, the in-house products at H-E-B are fire, one of the Property Brothers drives a Honda Accord, and we found out the only way to actually enjoy listening to the new Drake record.
instagram.com/hovvdy
twitter.com/donetodeath
twitter.com/themjeans

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359. - Gert Jonkers Gert Jonkers is the editor of Fantastic Man, and co-founder of The Gentlewoman, and Butt. We chat about hitting the premiere for FX’s The Bear, new Beyoncë dropped, pagan rituals in The Netherlands, Americans are loud, how we all think an EIC should be dressing, in defense of tank tops, its okay that LA is so casual, the lifespan of a magazine cover, not diluting the brand, his journalistic rules for interviewing someone, we’re fine with media training as long as its great, sync talk but for magazines, Gert loves politics but doesn’t watch tv shows, and podcasting, just like magazine making, looks a lot easier than it is.
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358. - Perry Farrell Perry Farrell is a lifelong musician most notably from Jane’s Addiction, Porno For Pyro’s, and the founder of Lollapalooza. We chat about the new Drake album, Chris is on holiday in Palm Springs, TJ went to Benny Blanco’s for dinner, getting a nice tomahawk for father’s day, sleeping pills, set up a garden on the roof, we brainstorm ideas for his funky man cave, Perry has a Christmas tree in his living room so he can have a place to put all his wife’s packages, he doesn’t strike us as a “dairy” guy, running into Chris Cornell at Kid’s R’ Us in Culver City, we explore the Jah-like characteristics of vinyl, I just find it funny when people are driving around blasting techno, his relationship with Billy Corgan, giving WWE a makeover, and what it’s like going on Stern.
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357. - Bob Lefsetz Bob Lefsetz is a music-biz veteran and the undisputed king of email newsletters. We chat about Joe Budden mispronouncing the word “ableist,” we got Biologique facials, building a fanbase the old-fashioned way, the benefits of being a one-man-band, starting his newsletter in 1986 as snail mail, when Politics and streaming TV replaced music, Chris and Bob argue about whether or not to call people on the phone, MTV was his vibe shift, big muckety-mucks, if the money is right and you hate your family then the music business is for you, his LA haunts, the karmic load of favor-doing, and some of Bob’s favorite podcasters.

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356. - Kurt Vile Kurt Vile is a musician from Philadelphia, his new record Watch My Moves is out now. We chat about beard without the mustache, the yassification of Nascar, the Barbie movie, Hollywood Handbook being mean to Kurt, when it comes to airplane food you can do a lot worse than almonds, being a real analog guy, how to be grateful but also not care about anyone, a Zoom studio session with pop music’s Kesha, he loves Charli XCX and got into her because a guy from Negative Approach does too, they play Michael Jackson on the radio again, what he does when he’s home alone, Kurt drops the hair routine and it’s shocking, getting his backpack stolen from SXSW in 2011, and playing with Pavement.
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355. - Julia Hobbs Julia Hobbs is a fashion editor from London. We chat about Chris seeing the guy from Alkaline Trio at the gym, a simmering cauldron, do we give Lizzo a pass? London is a great driving town, Julia loves Oxnard, CA, Majorcan hotel buffets, what to wear in Ibiza, hiring a car vs. renting one, killing bugs with your Top Shop shoes, where we’ll take her out in LA, when a car sounds like a horse, famous musicians from Cornwall, who she’s wearing for today’s recording, kick-flair pants are trending, what to do about a feral cat, a troublesome whippet, calling people "matey," Julia loves mayonnaise and other sauces, and everything you wanted to know about the 1997 Tom Ford for Gucci G-String.
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354. - Chris & Jason One-on-one pod recorded live and uncut from New York City just hours before our show at Tribeca Festival. We chat about when we used to like being hungover, a Manhattan walk of shame, making a res at Sadelle’s 6 months in advance, the harvest will be harmed, Equinox scene report in NY, Puma ankle socks, hitting BJ Novak’s afterparty, explosive walking, a dinner in LA with Andy Baraghani, and TJ has a special run in on his flight to JFK.
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353. - Alexander Shulan Alexander Shulan runs the fine art gallery LOMEX in New York City. We chat about Chris seeing a person shower with a mask on, The Chrisley’s caught a case, what we think a bottom should be ordering on Uber Eats, the art business is notoriously dirty, people are trying to make actual art non-fungible, what factors go into pricing a work of art, questions you might ask someone to find out if they come from generational wealth, what makes a perfect gallery opening party, getting into some trouble down in Switzerland, Alex’s mom was a restaurant critic and would take him with her as a child, the archetypal gallerists wardrobe, and Alex’s Diet Coke and Frappuccino habit.
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352. - Otegha Uwagba Otegha Uwagba is writer from London. Her newest book We Need To Talk About Money is a Sunday Times bestseller and an Observer book of the year. We chat about TJ’s Ionpack DJ set, computers and phones don’t work in Florida, writers have unemployed vibes, Dixie Cups are racist, Chris has a tough time keeping his towel on, an article about how writers shouldn’t talk, women’s shoe sizes oscillate wildly, petty British gossip, rappers getting plastic surgery, fancying The Rock, getting verified on wiki feet, why Chris was cut from an article that Otegha wrote, and a Jubilee scene report.
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