The FMs Matte Namer Guests On The Smoked Meat Podcast Hosted By Brad Pittman

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The FMs Matte Namer is a featured guest on the Smoked Meat Podcast hosted by Brad Pittman.

The FMs are a bastion of queer music. Formed in 2017 by Matte Namer (they/them) and Frankie Rex (he/him/they/them), who met in high school in New York City, the Brooklyn band exudes sex, subversion, and style through their politically charged pop missives. “We realized our voices had this incredible synergy, and both didn’t identify as cis-gender.” The FMs talk about this a lot —the name is even a play on it (Female/male). That fluidity has always been front and center, showcased as much in the band’s music as their evocative, seductive videos and stage performances. For the last few years they threw a live concert series on an old ferry boat in Bushwick, which doubled as a kink party with fire performers, burlesque, and hook suspensions. Their debut album Machinacene Epoch takes cues from glam, synth-pop, industrial, stoner rock, dance music, and beyond, while its lyrics discussed socio-political topics like gun violence, toxic masculinity, selfie culture, and artificial intelligence.

Unsurprisingly, The FMs’ lyrical content is as forward-thinking and galvanizing as their music. “I’m drawn to music’s ability to mobilize social and cultural change,” Matte shares. “It can tap into masses of people at once and maybe alter the course of history in an instant.” No doubt, their music illustrates how The FMs firmly believe the personal is political, doing so with zestful songwriting, irrepressible hooks and fierce intent. It’s the kind of vital combination that’s surprisingly rare and needed in the world now more than ever. “It’s the perfect time to release music with a positive social message. Showing ourselves to the world in our truest colors (being queer, non-binary/trans, kink-positive) is a positive message in and of itself,” Matte points out. “We’re in a time of massive social upheaval, caught in a wild story that none of us know how it will end. Will the dark forces who propagate in fear, selfishness, machismo, and narcissism beat out the side of reason, love, and compassion? I sure hope not, but we’ll be doing our part to steer the storyline.”

The Smoked Meat Podcast is hosted by Brad Pittman.  In the short two years since the debut show, it has grown exponentially.  Featuring such guests as Leland Sklar, Kenny Aronoff, John Caparulo, Robert Wuhl and so many more, Smoked meat is turning into an international sensation.  Charting in the US, Mexico, Canada, Denmark, Sweden, Britain and Australia.  Combining a combination of questions fans want to know and going anywhere the conversation steers.  Brad creates an experience that is fun and helps the listener get to know the guest on a deeper, more personal level.  And he does it with a soothing southern accent that makes you feel like you are sitting around a fire pit waiting for the brisket to be done.

Smoked Meat is available on Itunes and everywhere that you can get your podcasts.   Subscribe, share and kick back.  Keep an ear out because there are huge things coming that you DEFINITELY do not want to miss.

Listen to Matte Namer on The Smoked Meat Podcast on Anchor FM here:

https://anchor.fm/smokedmeat/episodes/Hanging-with-Matte-Namer-from-the-FMs-eman59

The official website for The FMs may be found at https://www.thefmsmusic.com

The official website for the Smoked Meat Podcast may be found at https://smokedmeatpodcast.com

 

 

 

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