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More Music Please: Quarantine Beat!
53 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
#36 James Kwapisz on Grampfather
Talking music with one of Kingston's finest.
57 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
#35 Sam Smith (Art Thief) on aliens
Sam Smith (the bass virtuoso, not the pop singer) joined me to chat about Art Thief’s upcoming record, performing at NAMM with the flu, and extraterrestrial life. Plus, hear the single Invaded With Love at the end!
57 minutes | Jan 11, 2021
#34 Seth Davis on dogs and vulnerability
Musician and author Seth Davis joins me this week. Find his book “The Trouble with Kim” out now via Intersection Press, and explore his music at sethdavis.com. We covered animal companionship, the terror and exhilaration of being emotionally vulnerable in front of a crowd, and much more.
58 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
#33 Ciarra Fragale on vintage clothing
Talking fashion and self-titled albums with singer/songwriter Ciarra Fragale. Hear her latest single “Too Good (For You, Baby) at the end of the episode!
56 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
#32 Michael Ehrenberg on coaching and relationships
Talking human connection with leadership and life coaching professional Michael Ehrenberg.forward4change.net
58 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
#31 Dylan Emmet on the law of attraction
I was long overdue for a spiritual-metaphysical deep dive, and musician Dylan Emmet was just the guest to go there with me. We discuss the power of controlling your own perception, why you should always just ask for what you want even if you might not get it, and much more. Plus, hear Dylan’s latest release “Lose This” at the end of the episode!Head to dylanemmet.com for more info, music and updates.This episode brought to you by upstatecountryrealty.com.
60 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
#30 Adam Weiner on Tough Cookies and “Private Lives”
It was an absolute delight chatting with my pal Adam Weiner of Low Cut Connie, the legendary Philly piano rock band. Adam revolutionized the livestream game way back in March and never stopped; you can catch his Tough Cookies stream Saturdays at 6 eastern, and Thursdays at 6 for Patreon members, and hear the outstanding new record "Private Lives" out now everywhere.
59 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
#29 Sam Kogon on opportunity
This was one of those lovely, freewheeling conversations I particularly enjoy, but the central theme that emerged was opportunity - how to look for it, how to seize it, and what to make of it. Sam Kogon is a pro at creating opportunity for himself, whether it’s managing or playing with artists he admires, hosting an underground radio program or landing a role in a Martin Scorsese film. We chat about all of it - and we get to hear Sam’s song “Something’s Wrong” at the end!Hear Sam Mondays at noon on The Lavender Hour on KPISS.FM.This episode brought to you by Upstate Country RealtyDonate to Jam For Tots/Toys for Tots this holiday season!
52 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
#28 Whiteford & Callahan on musical theater
Always fun to get to talk about something I love - this time, Sean Matthew Whiteford and Logan Callahan chatted with me about (among other things) musicals! Cats: great or terrible? Jesus Christ Superstar: why is it so hard to stage? Little Shop of Horrors: show ending or movie ending? And of course, we discuss the music of Whiteford & Callahan! Hear their incredibly serotonin-boosting new single Trust Yourself at the end of the episode.Want to spend lockdown #2 improving your vocal skills? SMW Vocal StudiosThis episode is supported by Unleashed Music - unleashedmusic.com
61 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
#26 Lindsay Rubin on needy cats and perfectionism
Lindsay Rubin fronts Kingston, NY indie band Amity, who have just released a brand new single “Clover.” She’s also a cat mom, self care enthusiast, and overall delight to talk to. Hear “Clover” at the end of the episode and listen for an exclusive peek at what living in MK’s neighborhood sounds like! Also, what’s a pillow princess anyway?https://amity.bandcamp.com/track/cloverThis episode supported by Unleashed Music - unleashedmusic.comand Susan Barnett, Upstate Country Realty - upstatecountryrealty.com
65 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
#25 Jason Sherman on the apperceptive mass
Disclaimer - I did an oopsie with my own audio on this one, so pardon the first 7 minutes where I sound like I'm talking through a towel.Jason Sherman is the vocalist for progressive metal band Torrential Downpour, who just released their new record "202020" (as the band celebrated their 20th anniversary this year). He gives us a detailed look inside the making of the album as well as a teaching us some vocab words and discussing whether the internet is killing us or nah.This episode brought to you by Unleashed Music - unleashedmusic.comand Upstate Country Realty - upstatecountryrealty.com
63 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
#24 Shlomo Franklin on bad Airbnbs and Taylor Swift
Well guys, it finally happened. I encountered a guest who appreciates the genius of TSwift as much as I do. Singer/songwriter Shlomo Franklin joins me for a lively discussion of bad/weird Airbnb experiences, going with the flow without getting murdered, why legacy acts' later work is usually not that great, and yes, Miss Americana herself.This episode supported by Unleashed Music - unleashedmusic.com.
52 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
#23 Diana DeMuth on hiking, cooking, and secret swim spots
DISCLAIMER: NO SECRET SWIM SPOTS ARE REVEALED IN THIS EPISODE. There, that’s out of the way. The talented Diana DeMuth released her debut album, "Misandventure,” via Thirty Tigers in September, and even managed a COVID-friendly radio promo tour. She and MK discuss the album’s genesis and working with producer Simone Felice, plus some misadventures of their own in wilderness survival and outdoor summertime activities.
64 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
#22 The Blotto episode! ft. Paul Rapp
It's the Blotto episode!Entertainment lawyer Paul Rapp played drums in legendary New York band Blotto under the alias Lee Harvey Blotto. On this episode of MMPQB, he relates the story of the band's beginnings, the phenomenon of their hit "I Wanna Be A Lifeguard," the snarky origins of single "Metalhead" and much more!Visit blotto.net for the upcoming release of the newly rediscovered live radio performances!
61 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
#21 Andrew J. Gladding on Hammond organ and NYC
Remember how in multiple previous episodes, the mysterious “Andy” was mentioned as the social connector between various extended members of the Cold Flavor Repair family? Finally, radio engineer and virtuoso keyboardist Andy Gladding emerges from the shadows to chat with MK about the viability of terrestrial radio and secret spots in New York City.
61 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
#20 DJ Scully on anime
DJ Scully plays bass in The Number Twelve Looks Like You, whose album Wild Gods was released a year ago as of this recording. He's also the US general manager for Vigier guitars, and MK's boyfriend. They're both a couple of anime nerds and they have a lovely discussion about it in a closet.DJ: insta @dj.scully.bass#12: @thenumber12lookslikeyouMK: @firstname.lastname@example.org
66 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
#19 Jono Diener on misophonia
Hoo boy… this is an exciting one, guys. Jonathan “Jono” Diener of bands like The Swellers and Baggage has something very weird in common with MK: a nightmarish condition in which certain noises give you a panic attack! They discuss the ins and outs of life in misophonia, Jono’s 2019 release Life in Misophonia, and also more positive stuff like Jono’s project The Inevitables, a 22 page comic with an accompanying original soundtrack.The Inevitables Kickstarter here! —> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/theinevitables/the-inevitablesToday’s ad break - learn more about The Yell of Teddie Drake and contribute to the project —> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sammdelorey/the-yell-of-teddie-drake
59 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
#18 Daniel Marc on gardening & hustle
Daniel Marc is a songwriter, guitarist, tour manager for Melvin Seals & JGB, and host of the DMMRR podcast. MK, who barely manages one task at a time, is dying to know how he handles it all. Also, they talk about the pride of a well-kept outdoor space.danielmarcmusic.com -> music! artist-series die cut sticker pack! DMMRR!
67 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
#17 Brad Savage on human kindness and collecting music
Brad Savage is the program director and afternoon drive host at The Summit, a legendary noncommercial radio station out of Akron, Ohio. He’s also super easy to talk to - we meant to discuss his extensive vinyl and CD collection, but we were having so much fun just chatting about life, travel aspirations, why humans sometimes suck (and sometimes don’t) and more, that we only touched on that towards the end. Listen to find out how noncomm radio is adapting to COVID times and much more!
61 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
#16 Chrrry on self discovery
Chrrry is a dynamic 24 year old singer, songwriter and performer from Brooklyn. She and MK discuss the ins and outs of getting to know your own brain - processing trauma, uncovering your own patterns and much more!This episode is brought to you by Unleashed Music - find them at unleashedmusic.com when you're ready to get your music heard by the world!
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