On this very special two hour episode of the show, I get to have a chat with a 20 year legend of the rock n' roll tour life, none other than Mr. Dylan Roadie. Dylan's been a roadie for acts such as Lemmy, Dave Navarro, Foster The People, Pete Yorn. Primal Scream and The Arcade Fire, just to name a few. In this episode, not only will you get to hear stories of rock n' roll mayhem from some of these tours, but also such topics as: How to deal with diva rockstars and managers, the pros and cons of having a job that constantly takes you away from home, and he even drops some priceless roadie wisdom for young roadies looking to make a career on the road and the do's and don'ts of concert going for enthusiastic music fans. Enjoy!
Jesus Rivera aka Demonbabies is a Los Angeles based visual artist and director that is constantly pushing his creative boundaries, while creating a dialogue amongst the fans and viewers of his art. In this podcast we discuss topics such as, how spending his childhood at summer camp influenced his art, his opinion on vintage Halloween masks and haunted hayrides, how he got the artist name Demonbabies and we even get a glimpse into a creative pitch session for a commercial client. Please enjoy this hilarious and NSFW look into the creative life of a visual master.
Miki Rose is a neo-soul singer based in Los Angeles and the U.K. In this podcast we discuss her influences, the process of working with various producers and she even performs two amazing songs live "Right There" and "F With U". If you love music that's smooth like honey this episode is for you!
Jonathan Tobin is an L.A. based attorney from the law firm Counsel for Creators that represents artists, musicians, architects, Youtube personalities, etc. If you're a creative looking to protect your artwork or brand this episode is essential listening.
We discuss such topics as....how to properly copyright your photos or artwork and should you for sites such as Instagram? Can Kanye West sue Drake over his floating stage? Does designer Jeremy Scott and Moschino have the legal right to use McDonalds branding for their clothing line? And, most importantly, are rival lawyers down for friendship? Take a listen to find out all these answers and more!
Morgan Jenkins aka Miss Mo'Jangles is a world famous professional hula hooper, video director and co-founder of the L.A. based hoop troupe The Hooptown Hotties. In this podcast we discuss her groundbreaking new hoop dance video "Despondence", how she got into hooping and also gain insight into the hoop community at large.
Episode 2 features artist, director and master prop/sfx maker Calder Greenwood. Calder is quickly becoming a creative titan in the world of street art and practical special effects for productions. He's constantly creating and pushing the boundaries of what he can create, and more importantly which materials he creates with. If you're a creative looking to gain insight into the creative process from a master this episode is not to be missed!
Episode one of the show features Los Angeles based singer / songwriter Jim Long. His music is a tender mix of country, alt rock and folk. Featured during the show are acoustic performances of "Good Day To You" and "The World To Me". Make sure to catch Jim Long next time he plays out live and thanks for tuning in!