Video: Gull covers ‘Personal Jesus’ on Cut the Cord Radio

by | Dec 14, 2015

Richmond’s alt-alt-alt online radio show Cut the Cord radio has expanded into video work and their recent addition features on of the city’s best acts roc

Richmond’s alt-alt-alt online radio show Cut the Cord radio has expanded into video work and their recent addition features on of the city’s best acts rocking out to a classic.

Gull (aka Nathaniel Rappole), the one-man-band who toured Africa and helped expand RVA’s weird music scene, was featured on Cut the Cord recently, Episode 100 which just went live.

Check out Cut the Cord’s archives here and enjoy yourself.

The recording features 5 songs total, so hopefully the rest will surface soon enough.

Either way, check out “Personal Jesus” above and try and not get it stuck in your head for the rest of your day, I dare you.

Brad Kutner

Brad Kutner




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