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Tim Steward of Screamfeeder

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The lead singer/guitarist of the Australian three-piece, Screamfeeder, shares his experiences in the 90s alternative music scene.

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Tim Steward of Screamfeeder joins us to fulfill a listener request to review their 1996 album Kitten Licks. The lead singer/guitarist of the Australian three-piece shares his experiences in the 90s alternative music scene on the other side of the planet, what it's like to have multiple songwriters in a band, and much more.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Dart
  • 11:04 - Static
  • 31:14 - Bruises
  • 33:14 - Dart
  • 35:39 - Ant
  • Outro - Summertime

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