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Back when I was a fifteen-year-old music entrepreneur, a member of one of the bands I'd booked told me he didn't want to be famous, just known locally. He wanted to be able to play shows, and then go get a drink with the people who were in the crowd supporting him. He wanted them to know him for more than just his music, and that is the vibe I intend to create on this show.

Back when I was a fifteen-year-old music entrepreneur, a member of one of the bands I'd booked told me he didn't want to be famous, just known locally. He wanted to be able to play shows, and then go get a drink with the people who were in the crowd supporting him. He wanted them to know him for more than just his music, and that is the vibe I intend to create on this show.
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United States

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Back when I was a fifteen-year-old music entrepreneur, a member of one of the bands I'd booked told me he didn't want to be famous, just known locally. He wanted to be able to play shows, and then go get a drink with the people who were in the crowd supporting him. He wanted them to know him for more than just his music, and that is the vibe I intend to create on this show.

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@neilisodd

Language:

English

Contact:

724-989-8414


Episodes

Tilted Shadows

5/10/2019
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I sat down with David Hipchen of Tilted Shadows to discuss acoustic sets, the insertion of new band members, the origins of the band, the charitable mindset of the scene, and the social media aspect that has become a huge part of the industry. We also had a brief discussion concerning our favorite beers.

Duration:01:08:04

Lung Ripper

5/6/2019
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In this episode, I talked with Connor and Jake from Lung Ripper. Topics of discussion include lyricism, their new music, an upcoming tour, and the effect of music on life. Also, a brief discussion about crying. Find Lung Ripper on Facebook and BandCamp. If you enjoyed this, find the Drunk Rock Show on Facebook @drunkrockpgh and hit like.

Duration:00:44:30

The Many Hats of John Sutton

5/1/2019
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I interviewed multi-instrumentalist John Sutton about his many musical projects, the recording and writing process, and his many influences. We also discussed some of the crazy things that have happened at local shows when I was setting up/promoting them, and of course, some weird shit. Drunk Rock Show t-shirts coming soon! Music in this episode provided by Cosmic Seascapes and Hostile. other important links: Murdered to Death

Duration:01:16:13

Epic Disappointments (Detroit, MI)

4/17/2019
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Listen to my interview with Austen Lopez of Detroit-based pop-punk band Epic Disappointments, as we battle through the terror of using Skype, discuss the many-faceted influences of the band, their high-energy show, and of course, some weird shit.

Duration:00:33:45

9 Stitch Method

4/7/2019
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I talked with Patrick McElravy of 9 Stitch method to discuss the formation of the band, the preparation work required of a two man band, a recent tour, and Brutal Business ent. Other important topics include sewing, alcohol, scooters, and, of course, serial murder! Check out 9 Stitch Method on Facebook and find their music on BandCamp. To learn more about them and other Brutal Business artists, click here. Upcoming Shows Trapt at Crafthouse Stage and Grill Saul at Hard Rock Cafe OUG 6th...

Duration:01:16:45

Windchimes

4/1/2019
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I interviewed Gavin Fornelli of the band Windchimes, and we discussed their upcoming show schedule, the coming together of the band, and their first song, Glassface. There are also some sidetracked conversations concerning the Office and my lifelong battle against partial deafness (it's not so bad, really). There is a double intro in this episode, and I let it go when I did editing to show you how stupid I sound when over-annunciate "Windchimes." Check out Glassface on Spotify For...

Duration:00:23:19

Hostile (Indiana)

3/22/2019
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I sat down with Josh from Hostile to discuss their debut ep, Chorus of One records, upcoming shows, and the importance of balancing local shows with those in new markets. When the professional tone of the conversation took a turn, we shared our opinions on Kevin Spacey, the political climate, the Catholic church, and had a Harry Potter nerd moment. Exclusive show announcement. check out their: website Facebook Instagram Spotify CDBaby GoFundMe

Duration:00:57:58

Feast on the Fallen Part Two: Ragnarök?

3/13/2019
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I sat down with Randy Cole of FOTF and discuss their upcoming tour and his approach to live performances. We also cover world-changing topics such as Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson and his dope pecks and different methodologies of capital punishment. Listen through to the end for the chance to win some FOTF stuff.

Duration:01:08:09

Feast on the Fallen

2/6/2019
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I sat down with Randy Cole of Feast on the Fallen to discuss their No Saviors EP, horror culture, Melissa Joan Hart, and dead celebrities. To learn more about the band, click on the links below. Feast on the Fallen Merch No Saviors YouTube

Duration:00:30:35