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From multipart documentaries to quiz shows and beyond, the Secretly Society Podcast prioritizes the voices and stories that define the 25-year history of Secretly Canadian, Jagjaguwar, and Dead Oceans. Join our artists, staff, and collaborators, as we offer first-person perspectives on some of your favorite records––and maybe a few you might have missed.
 
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Hosts Tom Davies and Michelle Kambasha sit down with Jagjaguwar founder Darius Van Arman and his partner in Secretly Group, Chris Swanson, for a blind playlist of tracks spanning the label's twenty-five-plus years. Find out which Jag artists once played punk house parties naked, who had Prince backstage and more, as we explore the "sentimental nois…
 
The making of Swedish singer-songwriter Jens Lekman's “dream record” 2007’s Night Falls Over Kortedala, hailed by Pitchfork and The Guardian as one of the greatest albums of its era. Now re-born as the album The Linden Trees Are Still In Blossom. Guests include Annika Norlin, Laura Snapes, Chris and Ben Swanson, and Lisa Nilsson.…
 
Swedish singer-songwriter Jens Lekman's beginnings as a musician in Gothenburg, Sweden, his signing to Secretly Canadian, and the making of his long-lost cult compilation album 2005’s Oh You’re So Silent Jens. Now re-born as the album The Cherry Trees Are Still In Blossom. Featuring guests including Laura Snapes, Chris and Ben Swanson, and Dillon.…
 
Hosts Tom Davies and Manish Agarwal sit down with Secretly Canadian co-founders Chris and Ben Swanson to conduct an interview-by-song. Prompting the brothers with a blind playlist of tracks spanning their 25 year history as a label, Tom and Manish share Dave Grohl’s favorite band of 2009, hear about an accidental hug from Drew Barrymore, and discus…
 
2009 would prove a pivotal year in Jason Molina’s life, a turning point that would lead to his tragic death only a few, short years later. But as he embarked on a batch of solo studio sessions in London that January––the sessions that would become Eight Gates––it would have been nearly impossible to imagine that they would be his last.…
 
Jason Molina’s friends and collaborators were well versed in his penchant for tall tales and his use of “truthlets”––benign fibs––in the service of a good story. But as Molina’s problems with alcohol began to flare, the lines between truth and fiction seemed to grow increasingly blurry.By Secretly Group
 
Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. frontman Jason Molina was living in London when writer Justin Taylor caught up with him for an interview in 2010. This previously unreleased audio finds Molina in good spirits, discussing life in London, and provides a rare glimpse of his gregarious, often talebearing personality––one perhaps at odds with his d…
 
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