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Caroline Polachek // Archive clip: Scott Weiland

Episode Summary

Caroline Polachek, known for her work in Chairlift, discusses her intoxicating new solo LP and key moments in her creative journey: from learning the basics of music transposition playing Disney songs on a keyboard her dad brought home, to her teenage nu-metal band, to the ladies’ choir where she performed a cappella versions of Enya and Brandy & Monica tunes. Plus, a 2001 interview with Stone Temple Pilots’ Scott Weiland, where he discusses sobriety, bipolar disorder and STP’s place in rock history.

Episode Notes

Caroline Polachek, previously known for her work in Chairlift, discusses her intoxicating new solo album, Pang, and key moments in her creative journey: from learning the basics of music transposition by playing Disney songs on a keyboard her dad brought home, to her teenage nu-metal band, to the ladies’ choir she started so she could perform a cappella renditions of Enya and Brandy & Monica tunes. Plus, an excerpt from a 2001 phone interview with Stone Temple Pilots’ Scott Weiland, where he talks about sobriety, his bipolar disorder, STP’s place in rock history, and more.