This week’s episode includes the latest from The Goood Things, 50 Foot Wave, Caesaria, Hands Off Gretel, Kolumbus, The Crosiers, and the Blue Soap Music Blue Soap Box Top 10 in independent tracks.
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It takes sheer persistence to make a name for yourself in the music industry. Just ask the long lines of artists who are doing that right now. One of those set of artists really sticks out in my mind at this moment. Downfall 2012 has a long history, and no one speaks so eloquently about that history and how to strive and thrive from it than Danny Gil, front-man of Downfall 2012.
In this interview we learn about Downfall 2012’s upcoming album ‘We Welcome The Pain’, and find out about the long and varied history and how, when done with persistence, history can only make us stronger.
Downfall 2012 will be releasing their new album “We Welcome The Pain” and will be available on all digital platforms worldwide (iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Applemusic, etc.) and on CD. The official release is set for November 8, 2017.Post Views: 48
Sea In The Sky are about to explode with their upcoming album titled “Everything All At Once”. This album is monstrous. Simply put. I love this band! They are hard to peg into a single genre and the talent within shines individually just as much as it does under the collective known as Sea In The Sky.
And today I get to talk to Sam Kohl, frontman of Sea In The Sky and get a glimpse of the methods behind the music as well as well as what it takes to be a part of a cohesive unit and achieve brilliance while rising above the white noise that is the indie music scene.
“Everything All At Once” will be released on October 2. Buy links below.Post Views: 52
To be able to make it in the music industry is a tough gamble. Real tough. The exact same thing can be said about becoming an author, or more importantly, a mother. Our person of interest for today has been able to do all three. Brilliantly, I might add. That person is Kristin Hersh. Having already made a name for herself with the legendary Throwing Muses, she then expanded her career to include new musical endeavours such as her solo career and 50FootWave.
But wait, there’s more. And this is the part where I really hope that she appreciates my writing skills because she is also an established author. With books such as “Don’t Suck, Don’t Die“, “Rat Girl“, “Toby Snax“, and her new book “Wyatt At The Coyote Palace” (with a massively good soundtrack), Kristin has proven to the world that her skills are aplenty. But what most impressed me in the interview above, and I think it shows, is that she has been able to raise a family amid all the chaos that is musical entertainment. To me, that is the mark of a true talent.
http://kristinhersh.bandcamp.comPost Views: 221