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JOYFULTALK create music that isn’t immediately recognizable or even categorizable. The process is unique, the instruments are homemade or modified, and the sounds are distinct. You know this from listening to either of their albums but might still be curious about how it all comes together for Jay Crocker and Shawn Dicey.

Fortunately, through an in-depth interview with Seattle’s renowned KEXP, and on the Kreative Kontrol podcast with Guelph’s Vish Khanna, you can now begin to understand their methods and ethos.

“an immersive experience, in turn, spiritual and droning, filled with introspective soundscapes that could also function as morbid club hits.” – KEXP