I do this podcast to have conversations with my friends and to learn more about their music. Jack and I have a serious, but very silly conversation. I really liked this one. I know I say that a lot, but I always mean it.
Keep up with Backtalk’s music on their
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This episode took a physical and mental toll on me. I get worn down by the end. This one is definitely one of my favorites. Gage is a smart song writer. It was a real benefit having Nick Muffet sit in too.
Check out more of Gage’s music
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It was good getting to sit and just talk with Eddie for an hour. He and I have never had a long conversation before. You get to hear us become actual friends!
Please listen to
Alomar and City Cop.
Thanks again, Eddie.
I had a lot of fun recording this one.
Eamon is a great musician who is contributing to the scene with synths and drum machines rather than a guitars. It’s a good way of contributing while still standing out and being an individual.
Please check out
aol.ghost along with all the other projects that were named.
Thanks again, Eamon
I’ve been looking forward to this one for a while now. Ben was one of the first people that I had in mind for this podcast. Thirty-one episodes later, it finally happened.
Annabel is an amazing band. They have meant so much to me over the years.
Please do yourself a favor and listen to
Annabel if you haven’t heard them before. Even if you have heard them before, go ahead and listen to them right now.
Love you, Ben. Thanks again ❤
This episode was a lot of fun! Josh is a smart songwriter. He is a straight up wizard on the guitar too.
His song is about old memories, loss of innocence, and realizing what he doesn’t want to be in life. It’s a very good song.
Please check out the bands that Josh is in. Find
Ghost Slime on bandcamp and keep up with Low Men In Yellow Coats on their facebook.
Thanks again, Josh
Eric is very talented songwriter. It was very nice meeting him and then immediately start talking about his music.
He has definitely inspired me to start playing music more.
You can find Eric’s music on his
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