Vox recommend The Organist as ‘part cultural cornucopia, part geekgasm for anyone who’s really into art and aesthetics’

Laura Irving
Aug 17 · 2 min read
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Vox include our show as one of ‘18 Fascinating Non-Fiction Podcasts (that aren’t true crime)’- as an escape from the doom that is lockdown.

Review: April 2020

Flattered to be lined up amongst the shows in this listicle (Reply-All, The Allusionist, Dolly Parton’s America etc), all of which are favourite listens from producers we aspire to touch to coat-tails of!

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This article also contains one of my favourite ever descriptions of our show;

“Part cultural cornucopia, part geekgasm for anyone who’s really into art and aesthetics, KCRW’s The Organist covers a broad swath of sociocultural topics through the lenses of art, music, poetry, literature, and occasionally cute animals. Nearly every topic is clickbait in audio form: the brutalist aesthetic of the Ramones, an annual New Orleans competition to see who can scream “STELLA!” the best, high-fiving bears. Perhaps start with this reminder of bygone road trips — or you could just start with dogs.”

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