Let the Record Show – the crate-dug interview series in which musicians, DJs, rappers, and producers discuss their favorite songs of all time as the tracks spin on vinyl – continues with its “Socially Distant Series” of video-conference episodes. Episode 48 features Grammy-nominated, Australian electronic act Cut Copy.
Having just released their new album Freeze, Melt, Cut Copy join hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace to dig through some of their favorite tracks. Members Dan Whitford, Mitchell Scott and Ben Browning select a handful of choice cuts, including staples from the likes of DJ Shadow, The KLF, and Yaz, as well as contemporary classics by The Avalanches, Chris Cohen, and Jerry Paper (Stones Throw). They also talk about their new album Freeze, Melt, which serendipitously acts as the perfect soundtrack to a pandemic. In each case, oddball pressings and vinyl rarities are showcased for each song.
Cut Copy’s appearance on Let the Record Show marks the 48th episode in the series and the thirteenth episode of Season 4. Guests on previous episodes this season have included Blu & Exile, Sofi Tukker, The Free Nationals, R.A. The Rugged Man, RJD2, Little Brother, Cam O’bi, Dudley Perkins, YehMe2, Rittz, SNAILS and Malik.