Seattle Music

Ep 75: Shelby Earl

Ep 74: Shelby Earl

Shelby tells BD about writing her music, making her new record with a new band and how this record brought with it some eye opening firsts for her. In her youth, hip-hop dancing came naturally but singing did not so she worked at it with voice coaches through College before joining her first band in Seattle. Plus, she goes deep about the inspiration of her new Album title Single “The Man Who Made Himself A Name”.

Plus, a host recommendation. Fugiya & Miyagi are back with a new album in April of 2017 and BD wants to share his favorite instrumental of theirs with you.

Buy Shelby Earl’s Music here: www.shelbyearl.com

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Ep 74: Galen Disston - Pickwick

Ep 74: Galen Disston - Pickwick

Galen and Branden sit and chat about all the years, ups and downs that lead to Pickwick’s 2017 Album “LoveJoys”. The creative tough times the band suffered, which included the loss of a longtime band member and collaborator and how it sparked a new direction. Love, loss and creativity are never simple when you’re in the middle of it but the band is now riding high on the accomplishment of having gone through it.

 

Buy Pickwick’s Music here: http://pickwickmusic.com

 

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Ep 73: Dillon Sturtevant - John Dillon

Ep 73: Dillon Sturtevant - John Dillon

Dillon tells BD about growing up a triplet. How he and his brothers took the classical guitars from their Grandparents house to start their first ventures into making music. His father was an educater at an all girls school, leaving Dillon and his brothers feeling quite popular in their youth. He ventured out to Vashon Island, WA from Maryland to work on a farm, fell in love and now he’s made this dreamy album for us to enjoy.

Buy John Dillon’s Music here: https://johndillonmusic.bandcamp.com

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Ep 56: Sam Watts - Ghosts I've Met

Ep 56: Sam Watts - Ghosts I’ve Met
Sam tells BD about his start in design and how he found himself hanging with Musicians. He talks about his time busking in NYC Subway stations. They talk cell phones and how they’re changing good ideas, the fleeting enjoyment of successful songs and even get into the inspiration behind one of Sam’s new singles “Between the notes”.

Buy Ghosts I’ve Met New Album “Night Repairs” June 30th: https://ghostsivemet.bandcamp.com


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Ep 54: Joshua & Dune - Duke Evers / Ben Roth - BOD

Ep 54: Joshua & Dune - Duke Evers / Ben Roth - BOD
Joshua, Dune and BD talk guitar shops in Seattle, Guitar & Skateboard Catalogs from yesteryear. Josh tells his story, talks about his early influences and how he started out dissecting other peoples songs to learn how to write his own.

Buy Duke Evers Music: http://dukeeversmusic.com

Ben Roth from BOD tells BD about his music community that now spans the nation but started with his classmates at Tacoma School of the Arts, how it got him to NYC. They talk about playing small towns and how they can make for better crowds than big cities.

Buy BOD Music: https://bodcamp.bandcamp.com


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Ep 29: Milky Burgess - Master Musicians of Bukkake

Ep 29: Milky Burgess - Master Musicians of Bukkake

Milky tells BD about how he came to be a member of Master Musicians of Bukkake. His work with Dennis Coffee and the search for the next chord. How he always loves trying new line-ups and his various collaborations, which include Koes Barat, Marissa Nadler, Hotel Vignette, Milky's Way, Yada Yada Blues Band, Sulphuric Symphonette, Ole Tinder, Spoils, Shitty Person & and Master Musicians of Bukkake.

 

Buy Master Musicians of Bukkake’s Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/master-musicians-of-bukkake/id360466191

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Ep 28: Whitney Monge

Ep 28: Whitney Monge

Whitney tells BD about playing in the church band as her first forum for a life in music. How she moved to Seattle from Spokane, WA to become a recording engineer. Whitney also speaks candidly about her background in busking and what’d most important to her performing live today.

 

Buy Whitney Monge’s Music: https://whitneymongemusic.bandcamp.com

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