Phoebe Bridgers and Marshall Vore welcome MUNA to Saddest Factory Radio
If you don’t know Phoebe Bridgers from her GRAMMY®-nominated album Punisher (or, perhaps, from inviting David Crosby’s Twitter ire by smashing a guitar on Saturday Night Live), get a crash course in the singer-songwriter and Saddest Factory Records label CEO’s essence of no-holds-barred vulnerability and beyond during her monthly show, Saddest Factory Radio with Phoebe Bridgers, on SiriusXMU (Ch. 35). Check out previous episodes on the SXM App.
In the eighth episode, debuting Wednesday, October 6th at 6 pm ET, Bridgers and her drummer and ex-boyfriend, Marshall Vore, spin songs they love and welcome the band MUNA to talk about their new album and play songs from it. Listen to additional encores on October 6 at 9 pm, Thursday, October 7th at 10 am, Friday, October 8th at 3 pm, Saturday, October 9th at 6 pm, and Monday, October 11th at 12am (all times ET).
About Saddest Factory Radio
The show, which serves up “outside-of-the-box thinking and audio trust falls,” features Bridgers at the helm guiding listeners through artist-to-artist conversations and, of course, her favourite songs. In the debut episode, Bridgers shared song recommendations for fans’ questions — from soundtracking a stolen toothbrush with underscores’ “Everybody’s Dead!” to a drive through the Italian countryside set to “Dead End Street” by Blake Mills.
“I wanted to make a playlist based on when music feels the best … and one of the times music feels the best is when I’m miserable,” Bridgers explained. “When I’m down bad, and I want to be more down and more bad, these are the songs that I listen to.”