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On this episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast, host Ashley Feller sits down with Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller from the Cosmic Rascals. They discuss the origins of their band name, the unique environment that helped shape their sound while recording their album Arcadia at Sawhorse Studios in St. Louis, and the decision to release a full album in a world dominated by singles. Here are three main highlights from the episode:Sonic Stardust: Unveiling Arcadia with the Cosmic Rascals
  • The Cosmic Rascals describe their music as a blend of spirituality and mischievousness, and explain how their name reflects this philosophy.
  • Sawhorse Studios, hidden away in South City, helped create a cozy and creative environment for the band to record in, with lots of eclectic decor and great sound treatments.
  • Despite the industry's focus on singles, The Cosmic Rascals decided to release a full album because it allowed them to provide their own context and framework around the music, and harkened back to the days of listening to an album start to finish.
Check out The Cosmic Rascals and their album Arcadia for a unique and captivating musical experience.

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Credits
  • Hosted by:Ashley Feller
  • Guests: Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller of The Cosmic Rascals
  • Recording Location: Little Village
  • Theme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz


On this episode of the St. Andrews Jezebel podcast, host Ashley Feller sits down with Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller from the Cosmic Rascals. They discuss the origins of their band name, the unique environment that helped shape their sound while recording their album Arcadia at Sawhorse Studios in St. Louis, and the decision to release a full album in a world dominated by singles. Here are three main highlights from the episode:Sonic Stardust: Unveiling Arcadia with the Cosmic Rascals The Cosmic Rascals describe their music as a blend of spirituality and mischievousness, and explain how their name reflects this philosophy. Sawhorse Studios, hidden away in South City, helped create a cozy and creative environment for the band to record in, with lots of eclectic decor and great sound treatments. Despite the industry's focus on singles, The Cosmic Rascals decided to release a full album because it allowed them to provide their own context and framework around the music, and harkened back to the days of listening to an album start to finish. Check out The Cosmic Rascals and their album Arcadia for a unique and captivating musical experience. Follow them on Instagram and Facebook Want to support The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast? Visit our KOFI page to make a donation https://ko-fi.com/standrewsjezebel Credits Hosted by:Ashley Feller Guests: Scott Rockwood and Matt Miller of The Cosmic Rascals Recording Location: Little Village Theme song “The St. Andrews Jezebel” was written and reformed at Boundless Sounds on the Campus of Gulf Coast State College by Dave Schwartz read more read less

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