“Sleep deprivation, it’s a type of issues, it shortens your life and likewise makes you make horrible choices,” Gulman mentioned. Maron interjected: “However right here’s the factor, when he will get crazy, it will get fascinating. Come round 4:30, that’s the time to hear.”
“Look, he’s one of many nice broadcasters of our time,” Maron mentioned. “Not not like a Jerry Lewis telethon, I believe Tom’s going to be entertaining all through. And I don’t assume this advantages anyone. A telethon for no cause.”
4 hours into the printed, Scharpling was joined within the studio by Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig and Chris Tomson. The trio talked about rising up in New Jersey, their first concert events, and pressed for a scoop, Koenig and Tomson mentioned the brand new 10-song Vampire Weekend album is “near carried out” and can arrive earlier than the subsequent presidential election.
Koenig, who hosts Time Disaster on Apple Music 1 each different week, mentioned he’d by no means try something like Scharpling’s marathon. “Oh, I can’t even think about,” he instructed Pitchfork. “I don’t have these sorts of radio chops. He’s a legend of the sport. Possibly at some point if I actually educated, I might pull off like 12 hours.” Tomson known as it “spectacular,” the bodily activity of being awake and “on” whereas broadcasting for that lengthy. “I want him peace.”
The present featured musical performances from King Tuff, Shannon Shaw, Fats Tony, Maylee Todd, and Generacion Suicida. Late into Tuesday night time, Scharpling carried out a “Sound Collage Symphony”—a chaotic marathon of soundboard drops—with Vic Berger IV and DJ Douggpound. It was adopted by a name the place What We Do within the Shadows star Matt Berry pretended to be Graham Nash. “That was a few half 12 months within the making,” Scharpling instructed Pitchfork about his chat with Berry. “We’d been joking about that for a very long time.”