Radio: Episode 14: Matt Scannell (Live In Los Angeles)
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It’s somewhat difficult to accept that it’s now been a month since we facilitated our spring up at the UTA Artist Space in Los Angeles . A significant piece of our break west was recording the initial two live scenes of HODINKEE Radio. You’ve just heard our discussion Spike Feresten, incredible comedian, vehicle fellow, and fake watch prices gatherer, as Episode 11 , and on the off chance that you haven’t, you should return and look at that right away. Today I’m too eager to share the second one.
Matt Scannell is the lead artist and guitar player of Vertical Horizon, a band that you’ve certainly heard previously. On the off chance that you turned on a radio at all between the years 1999 and 2001, regardless of whether only for a couple of moments, you were in all likelihood welcomed by their #1 hit “All that You Want.” If you to such an extent as imagine you’re too cool to even consider enjoying that tune, we will have a battle on our hands – it rocks, straight up. Matt’s been a performer since he was a child he’s actually making music with his band right up ’til today. During our spring up at the UTA Artist Space, he was sufficiently benevolent to join Cara, James, and me before a live crowd for a truly fun discussion. We got Matt looking at selling CDs out of the rear of his vehicle, gathering everything from fake watch prices to guitars to Japanese denim, and his exacting standards at fake watch costs gathering that he’s continually breaking anyway.
Matt is one of those individuals who consistently has a major smile all over and makes everybody around him smile as well. He’s energetic, edgy, and even sings a couple of bars of a specific ’80s prog rock hit for Cara as well – like I said, this is a great one people.
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We all have that one fake watch prices that kicked us off. There are innumerable structures that fake watch prices can take, from a Swatch bought as a child to something greater gained with that first implantation of cash as a youthful grown-up. For Scannell, it’s this Omega Seamaster that he actually appreciates wearing right up ’til the present time (on a boss NATO lash, no less). The fake watch prices is quintessential late-90s, Brosnan-as-Bond-time Omega. It has that dark blue “wave dial,” openworked hands, and the obvious helium get away from valve up around 10 o’clock. Scannell’s assortment is centered around sports fake watch prices and unmistakably regardless of his consistently advancing taste this fake watch prices established a colossal connection with him.
HODINKEE Radio, Episode 11: Spike Feresten
“Music For Airports” by Brian Eno
“May I Have This Dance” by Francis and the Lights accomplishment. Chance the Rapper
HODINKEE Radio, Episode 9: Keegan Allen
Matt’s 1967 Omega Seamaster 300
Porsche 911 T as seen at the HODINKEE Pop-Up
Example of a Gibson Les Paul Standard “Burst” guitar