- Jonathan Hart
On this episode I welcome back Nick Mitchell Maiato. You may know him as one of the guitarists & songwriters from One Eleven Heavy but this go-round he’s here to talk about his upcoming solo album, Pino Carrasco. A lot has gone down since we spoke for episode 30. He and I chat about recording an album at home during lockdown in Spain, some of the local influences he’s picked up and, of course, the Grateful Dead.
You can find Pino Carrasco both in digital and LP formats on Bandcamp at https://wasistdas.bandcamp.com/album/pino-carrasco. Pre-Order now to have it when it comes out on October 2.
Also in this episode, you can hear a cut from an upcoming release from Nick’s One Eleven Heavy bandmate, James Toth. James has a pair of releases coming out on this upcoming Bandcamp Friday, September 4. You’ll be able to find them at
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