To celebrate getting to 10 episodes of Life Don't Stop I'm joined by 2 of 3 other members of Sibling to get drunk and talk about whatever happens to come up. Unfortunately we drank so much we forgot to take a picture for the episode, but we did finish a new song at practice the next day whilst very hungover so it all levelled out eventually. This will be the last episode posted before I take a break. This is not the end, I will be back before you know it with more episodes Thanks for all...
This week we have part II of my conversation with James McAllister, we're also treated to the company of Wolfie Cloutman for the first 25 or so minutes. We delve a little further into what life is like on the road when you have no set destination.
This week on the podcast I'm joined by my pals Paul and Ciaran of Fizzy Blood for a brief chat about all things Fizzy. We talk about what it's like being tipped as the next big thing, how to piss off neighbours and about dogs pooing where they shouldn't.
This week on the podcast I branch out from musicians and talk to one of my best and oldest friend Hugo. We talk about what it's like being a struggling artist and how to keep pushing through the doubt to follow your dreams. As well as a lot of spacey shit that he kind of lost me with.
This week on the podcast i sit down with my good from Thomas Debaere to discuss all things band related. Including what he's up to now, being recognised at Potters Bar station before the first Dead Weight practice and how it unfolded with him no longer being part of Heights (and a couple of embarrassing tour stories to round it off)
This week on the podcast I sit down with my friend M.I.C (master of inane conversation) shortly after the release show for his latest ep 'Heaven is Black', although most of the conversation ends up being about metal and hardcore. We also talk about being vegan, being straight edge and drawing influence from game and movie soundtracks.
This week I'm joined by my good friend Jake Marlowe. We talk about what it's like playing in bands whether it be small or big, how much fun touring in other countries is and how Metallica is better than Youth of Today. Music production by Adam Train - www.adamtrainmusic.com Fundraiser for Shelter by Holly Draper - www.gofundme.com/qp2c7-london-sleep-out
For the first episode of the Life Don't Stop Podcast I'm joined by my good friend and band mate Benio Baumgart. We talk about how we met, old bands, going to the gym and mental health amongst other things.