21 Mar 2020

Porridge Radio's Dana Margolin on the merits of making bad art

From RNZ Music, 2:30 pm on 21 March 2020


Porridge Radio are a four-piece slacker indie rock band based in London who emerged from the fertile DIY scene in Brighton during late 2016.

Porridge Radio (Dana Margolin in foreground)

Porridge Radio (Dana Margolin in foreground) Photo: supplied

This year, freshly signed to UK label Secretly Canadian, the group released their brand new second album ‘Every Bad’ to critical acclaim.

Additionally, singer-songwriter Dana Margolin recently announced a string of online live stream events, including a concert, painting and life advice, titled ‘Every Bad Hour’ in lieu of the album’s promotional world tour which was cancelled due to the global COVID-19 crisis.

Over the phone from London, Dana speaks to Waveney Russ on her new album, UK politics and the merits of creating bad art.

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