February 5, 2023

On the heels of saying she might be an opener on Taylor Swift’s extremely anticipated Eras Tour, indie star Phoebe Bridgers is giving us an all-new episode of her SiriusXM present, Saddest Manufacturing unit Radio with Phoebe Bridgers.Within the upcoming episode, Phoebe and her drummer and ex-boyfriend, Marshall Vore, will as soon as once more spin songs by their favourite artists, together with bands from her Saddest Manufacturing unit Data label. Tune in to SiriusXMU (Ch. 35) beginning December 1 at 6pm ET to listen to particular visitor singer/songwriter Christian Lee Hutson, with songs from Neko Case, Paul Westerberg, Frankie Cosmos and extra. Catch replays of the episode through the occasions under, or take heed to it after its debut and former editions of the present on the SXM App right here.

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Episode Schedule (all occasions ET)

December 1 at 6pm and 9pm

December 2 at 10am

December 3 at 3pm

December 4 at 6pm

December 6 at 12am

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About Saddest Manufacturing unit Radio

The present, which serves up “outside-of-the-box considering and audio belief falls,” options Phoebe on the helm guiding listeners via artist-to-artist conversations and, after all, her favourite songs. Within the debut episode, the GRAMMY nominee shared music suggestions for followers’ questions — from soundtracking a stolen toothbrush with underscores’ “All people’s Useless!” to a drive via the Italian countryside set to “Useless Finish Road” by Blake Mills.

“I wished to make a playlist primarily based on when music feels the most effective … and one of many occasions music feels the most effective is after I’m depressing,” Bridgers defined. “Once I’m down dangerous, and I wish to be extra down and extra dangerous, these are the songs that I take heed to.”

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