One of the highlights of Apple Music’s Beats 1 bill so far is ‘The Alligator Hour’, a show hosted by Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme.
For his latest edition, Homme welcomed in go-to collaborator and Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner. Instead of “dropping the mic” BRITs-style, Turner took part in the first of a two-part interview that’ll conclude next week.
Less an interview, more an off-the-cuff conversation, ‘The Alligator Hour’ saw Turner and Homme sharing their iPhone notes. One of Turner’s read: “John Lennon as a TV chef.” So there’s that.
Listen back to ‘The Alligator Hour’ here.
Photo: Sinead Grainger.
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