Back to the City Video Podcast: P.O.S discusses Shredders and 2 other new projects

P.O.S: The "S" is for "smile."

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After Shredders' first live performance at last Saturday's Prof Outdoors concert -- and before leaving the cities for a U.S. and European tour -- Stefon Alexander aka P.O.S treated Back to the City to an extensive discussion of his entire back catalogue, from 2004's Ipecac Neat through to last year's Chill, Dummy.

As well as also discussing Doomtree and Shredders’ debut LP, Dangerous Jumps, which drops on Nov. 3, Alexander also opens up about two new projects he's been working on: a collaborative LP with Astronautalis under the name Four Fists, and a guitar record with drummers John Clardy (Tera Milos) and Benjamin Homola (Brand New, Manchester Orchestra).

Editor's note: City Pages is proud to be hosting writer Simon Calder's Back to the City: MPLS Music Conversation podcast on a bi-weekly basis. The podcast is recorded and edited independently, and the views expressed by Calder and his guests are their own.