September 27, 2021
This week’s episode is with Baltimore area musician Frank Grocholski, otherwise known as Frankie G. He’s currently playing and touring with Cowboy Mouth. He is also a session player doing a lot of different projects with artists around the country. On this episode I featured a song that he recently produced and played guitar on called "In Her Eyes." The song is by Blake Cain. So if you like it, definitely go check it out on Spotify and all that stuff. His website is listed below. Thanks for listening and supporting local music. We all appreciate it.
September 1, 2021
This week's guest is Jake Stein of the band WRNG HAUS from Portland, Oregon. He describes his music as sort of "groovy & catchy pop propelled by a rhythm section tight as synchronized swimmers." And from listening to his stuff I’d say that’s pretty accurate. Jake’s song “That Kind of Life” is featured on this episode. So if you like it definitely go check it out on Spotify or where you prefer to listen to music.
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August 27, 2021
This week's guest is Adam Almony. He’s a local artist here in the Baltimore area with a brand new song out today called “Just Breath.” Adam's been doing the reggae rock thing here for a little while now and recently worked with Howi Spangler of Ballyhoo! to produce the new songs. He's also been getting out there this summer playing shows and opening for the likes of Bumpin Uglies and Kyle Smith at the Recher and Soundstage respectively. We talked about all kinds of stuff including Adam’s creative process, his work/life balance with his family, athletics, singing, and some stuff from his past as well. So whether you are friends or fans of his I hope you get a kick out of it
Check out his new song on Spotify.
Just Breath - Spotify Link
August 19, 2021
Today's guest is Ray Harkins of the 100 words or less podcast. I’ve been a fan of his show for a little while now and figured I’d see if I could get him on here for a little collaborative type of episode. His show focuses on mostly metal and hardcore musicians around the world. So if you are looking for a new podcast to add to your music rotation definitely check it out. By the sound of it Ray’s been running his podcast for the about last 9 years and is about 400 episodes deep now. He also has a band called “Taken” which has a new EP out called “Without Regard To.” The album delves into his wife’s battle with cancer, which thankfully she is now in remission from. I featured his song “Regret" on this episode.
August 12, 2021
My guest today is Kobe from Tales of The Tunes. Another local music and arts podcast here in Baltimore, Maryland. We recorded this episode a couple weeks ago or so. I first noticed his podcast online and hit him to see if he wanted to do a collaboration type episode. So what we did was we recorded our conversation in two halves. The first half being this episode. And the next half being a Tales of The Tunes Episode. Both are being released today. You can hear the other half of the this interview at Tales of The Tunes Podcast.
August 3, 2021
This week's episode features Chris Diller. He is a Beach/Americana singer who’s been buzzing around the Mid-Atlantic since about 2014. These days you can usually find him down at the ocean here in the DMV. He’s been playing a lot in Ocean City, Maryland as well as Dewey Beach, Delaware. If you are friends or fans of his you might know his song "Federal Hill", but he’s also got a new song out called “I know A Beach” which is featured on this episode. Feel free to subscribe to him or the podcast on FB/Instagram. Thanks for listening and supporting local music.
July 29, 2021
This week's episode features Nick DiPietro from The Vibesman. They are from the Baltimore area and describe their sound as a combination of reggae, rock, punk rock, funk, and hip-hop. They have a big show this Saturday night (7/31) at Baltimore Soundstage with Kyle Smith, The Harbor Boys, & Adam Almony. Nick is calling the show a record release party of sorts for their new album “Influence Of Sound.” The title track from the album is featured on this episode.
July 22, 2021
This week's episode features Marina Heath from Crashing Atlas. They are a DMV area rock band with a new album out called “Black Sky Sunrise.” I featured their song “Nothing Left” on this episode. If you like it definitely go check it out. The song also has a cool music video which you can find at the links below.
Anyway Marina and I had a fun chat about some of the stories behind the songs, her background in singing, and a bunch of other random stuff. Marina is definitely a passionate signer and if you ever get a chance to see the band live I would definitely recommend it. So whether you are friends or fans of theirs I hope you enjoy the interview.
"NOTHING LEFT" MUSIC VIDEO
July 15, 2021
Episode 79 features Matt from WeatherAmes. His band is basically folk/rock with a touch of Americana. I first became friends with him after a Futurebirds show here in Music City, Maryland (as they're now calling it). We had a fun chat about WeatherAmes music and some of the back stories behind the songs. Specifically my two favorite “One Drink Away” and “Two Towns Over” which come off of their album Beauty In The Wreck. You can find the songs at the links below. Thanks for supporting local music.
July 13, 2021
Episode 78 features local hero Mike Schleibaum of Darkest Hour from Washington D.C. They are metal band that’s been making records and touring the world for the last couple decades. Mike is basically the ringleader of the band and also a hell of a guitar player. We talked about all kinds of stuff from guitar players, touring, Atomic Music, hardcore back in the day, and also our mutual interest in hockey. So whether you are friends or fans of his hopefully you enjoy the interview. I featured their song, “Timeless Numbers” on this episode. Which you can find on iTunes and Spotify and all the usual places. Also go check out the Darkerest Hour Cartel merch store. As well as their Patreon. Thanks for listening and supporting local music.