Nothing and beer and robot love with Celia Hart

This week I was joined by my old friend, Celia Hart, while she was packing up moving boxes in her Seattle apartment. Celia's music taste is varied and interesting, but I think can be best described as 'beer porch drinking rocker chic who can also out program you until you're scared and hiding under a table." She's Pavement, War on Drugs, The National, Parquet Courts, and then Lorde and some other sad girl dancing music, too.

We picked up on a conversation that we had last week over the phone that began with Tinder and Bumble and the future of our generation's romantic relationships. The conversation then descended into a Westworld's portrayal of a future where sex with robots exists. And then Celia and I carry on with our thoughts from there.

Playlist below, and the playlist that we mention that Celia created a while back, "Nothing and Beer" can be found on Spotify, here:

Fireworks by Mitski

Early Hours by WOWH

Go Home by Yellow Days

Windows by Sugar Candy Mountain

Ubu by Methyl Ethel

Cut Your Hair by Pavement

Can't Hardly Wait by The Replacements

5-4= Unity by Pavement

Sleepdancing by The Californian

Wetsuit by The Vaccines

Manic Baby by The Preatures

Good Feeling by Violet Femmes

So Far Around the Bend by The National

Powerful by Alex G

Short Movie by Laura Marling