November 19, 2020
My guests today are Jenna and Corey from Babe Club from South Carolina. They were formally members in one of my favorite bands ever called Susto. Babe Club is their new project and they just released a new EP called Remember this Feeling. I really dig it. It's extremely polished, which we talk about in the episode. But these guys have been touring and making a music for a while now. The music itself sounds kinda 90s-meets modern in the best ways. It's kinda ambient and chill at times but never lacks direction. And Jenna has a great voice to tie it all together. Coreys guitar isn’t overpowering but his slightly western bluesy touch compliments the sound of the songs tremendously well. They also recently released a video for "Automatic Love." Their song "Need a girl" is feature on the episode. Find them on Spotify or wherever you listen to music. Link below.
November 11, 2020
Episode 33- The Hollow Truths studio recap episode. Featuring myself, Brett Buehler, and my longtime friend and sound engineer/producer Felix Nieto. We’ve been holed up in his music studio for a month or two working on some new songs for my band. I just released a new song “Dispensary Kid” from the project. We talked about the new songs and the recording process. Below is a link to the new song/music video. Gratitude and thanks to Michael Roberts (bass), Daniel Roberts (bass), Paul Grossman (drums).
"Dispensary Kid" Music Video
October 30, 2020
Episode 32 features Chris Granville of the band Stone Brew from Southern, MD. They are a sludge, power, rockn'roll, type of metal band that has been together a little while now. Their last release "Soundtrack Of The Working Class" came out in 2019. So we talked about that and their single off of the album called "Weed Ride". Which is featured at the end of the episode. You can find all their stuff online. Feel free to subscribe/follow the band or this podcast. Thanks for listening.
October 27, 2020
Episode 31 features Georgio from Pregame Rituals. They are an alternative, kinda post hardcore, indie rock band from Massachusetts. Georgio is all around musician teacher, song writer, and performer. We had a fun chat about all things music and life in general. I added his song Two Homes to end of the episode. I picked it up off iTunes but you can find it wherever you listen to music.
That being said if you go to bandcamp, Georgio says all proceeds toward the new EP are donated to The Haven Project in Lynn, MA which helps young adults that are in need of housing and resources. Other than that and if you like either Pregame rituals or the podcast feel free to hit the little subscribe button. And as always if you’re in a band and you wanna talk about your music feel free to hit me up. Anyway I hope everyones staying safe and sane and all that. Thanks again for tuning in. Below is the link for all things Pregame Rituals.
October 23, 2020
Episode 30 features Anthony Berdecio from Soltribe. Soltribe is a roots reggae rock band hailing from the state of Texas. Specifically the Houston and San Antonio areas. They’ve been a band since 2013 and been on the road a ton during that time. They’ve opened for Bon Jovi before, as well as some of my favorite Maryland area bands like Ballyhoo and the Bumpin’ Uglies. Anthony and I had a good chat about things music, Ocean City, and the bands latest songs. One of which called Good Time just came out. It comes from their latest release called 20/20. The video for the song just came out a couple days ago. So definitely check it out. You can find their stuff wherever you listen to music. Below is their website.
September 18, 2020
Ian Robinson AKA "Black Guy Fawkes" is a 27 year old singer/songwriter and guitarist from Baltimore Maryland. His song 23% is featured at the end of the episode. And a link for his new T-shirts is listed. We had a well rounded chat about all things music, Black Lives Matter, and his time living in Cumberland, MD. Ian says he's inspired by the catchy punk hooks from Green Day, the theatrics of My Chemical Romance and the straight forward heartfelt lyrics of Frank Turner, Black Guy Fawkes makes music that is intimate yet theatrical.
September 15, 2020
This week's episode features Patrick Toter of Like Fires Everywhere from Laurel/College Park, MD. They are a 4 piece band founded in late April by Sean (Bass), Nelson (Drums), Patrick (Guitar) and Peter (Vocals). Drawing inspirations from such bands like Taking Back Sunday, Senses Fail, Saosin and many more. They have a self titled EP that is out now. Their song Arrogance of Man is featured at the end of the episode.