Joe talks about early influences, concept albums, art, crowdfunding and music videos.
We also discuss record labels, endorsements, and early plans for the next Poly-Math album.
Henry talks about the formation of Alien Weaponry, how they got their break, management, festivals, and signing with Napalm Records.
We also discuss authenticity, pre-production, endorsements, and the future of the band.
Lisa talks about her years of making music as a job to fund making music as a passion.
We discuss being independent, tailoring for specific audiences, music marketing, artist residencies, collaboration, opening slots, and her new cabaret show ‘Elizabeth’.Read More
Cara shares how she started in music, the formation of marine, working with producer Rob Ellis, and signing to The Vinyl Factory.
We also talk about her solo work, what it means to be an artist, and the relationship between music and visual art.Read More
Serena talks about how she started playing guitar, how she got into heavy music and how Svalbard signed to Holy Roar.
We also discuss being a female in a male dominated scene, intentional composition, and...her passion for roller coasters.Read More
Sarah gives us the low-down on funding: what it is, how you get it, and what you can use it for.
We also talk about the various funding schemes, promotion, and the essential steps you should be taking to getting noticed.Read More
Mark talks about his early years, his progression through genres, jazz, how he started with electronic music, finding his voice, and harnessing the power of expression.
We also discuss his gear, his live setup, his preferred hardware & software, live sampling, live producing, signal flow, improvisation and collaboration.Read More
This week is the second installment of ‘Our Worst Gigs’ - where previous guests of the podcast share their most painful, embarrassing and hilarious gig stories!
We have an incredible lineup for this episode and some unbelievable stories from all levels of gigs - from busking on the street, right up to major international tours and record label showcases.Read More
Sarah talks about how she became a classical singer, technique, coaching, and the struggles and expectations of life as a musician.
We also discuss the relevance and future of classical music, and defining artistic success.Read More
Dave shares how he began in music and how he started writing and performing as Avalanche City.
We talk about writing his song ‘Love, Love, Love’ and how it achieved so much success, his writing process, music awards, and his upcoming album.Read More
This week I’m joined by TWO amazing songwriters and performers.
We talk about how they manage to make a living as full-time musicians, we talk about songwriting, we talk about touring, and there’s even a live performance.Read More