In the latest episode of Crate Diggers, Fuse TV visits The Gaslamp Killer at his Californian home. I’ve enjoyed many episodes before, but there’s something special about this one I can’t nail down. Maybe it’s the personal touch, maybe it’s just my sympathy for GLK. Or the music he showcases.
Eothen Alapatt, better known as Egon and founder of Now-Again, is certainly one of the most interesting figures to be featured in the Crate Diggers series by now. Watch as he shows some of his most precious items, and more importantly, listen to some amazing stories about how he got them and the people that made them.
With his impressive soundtrack for Black Dynamite, composer Adrian Younge has made himself a name among lovers of vintage sounds, a reputation the Los Angeles-based musician manifested with Something about April. More recently, he worked with The Delfonics and Ghostface Killah. In their latest episode of Crate Diggers, Fuse TV talked to him about his love for music and what it means to collect old vinyl records.