Our good friend and fellow music enthusiast, Blake Gederberg stops by to hang out at chat! In this episode of The Beat Farm we covered a TON of ground: Better ways to market yourself in regards to booking shows and getting out of your current area, why vinyl records are making a huge comeback, and marketing yourself as an artist/ musician!
Baton rouge based "math indie rock" band, Baby in the 90's, chats with us about their unique and powerful sound. We had a KILLER time talking to these guys and we hope you will enjoy their music AND the podcast!
Jon Miller from the Salem, Massachusetts based band Valleyheart hangs out to talk about all things drums, faith, recording, and what is to come with the band! It was a blast hanging with him and I URGE you guys to go listen to them for all the feels!
Former The Chariot drummer, David Kennedy, hangs out to chat about his new project "The Threats". It was a blast chatting with David! The writing process for The Threats is extremely unorthodox (compared to typical "jam it out" writing style) but it lead them to a very original sound with sprinkles of their collective influences.
Share Riley from the Colorado Springs based band Tigerwine hangs out to chat about their upcoming album. We also talked about what it was like to record with legendary Matt Goldman. We had a blast with Shane and you NEED to check out his band yesterday!
Zakk Garcia from West Virginia based band, Embracer, hangs out and chats about their newest upcoming album, drum recording process, tour stories.... you name it! It was a blast to hang out with Zakk and learn more about this Guitarist turned Drummer!
We had a blast chatting with David Cola! We talked about his early influences, Berklee College of Music, future plans, and everything in between. David is a super cool dude and you should DEFINITELY check out his social media!
Greyhaven frontman Brent Mills hangs out with us while we talk all things Greyhaven and what influences is amazing vocals!
It was truly a pleasure to hear the bands influences, writing process, lyric process and of course hilarious tour stories!
In this episode we break down whether or not your band should or shouldn't play shows or tour. Also, what you can do as a band to create a better presence in your local scene and have a better response on the road!
We interview Nashville's own JJ from the Band Idle Threat. Idle Threat is a prominent post hardcore band that tours nationally across the US. JJ is a super cool dude and we were very happy to have him on!
We had our good friend and incredible drummer, Randall Witherspoon, come by and join us for a long conversation about past bands, drumming, and everything in between!
Hold on to your pants ladies and gents because this one is a two parter!