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"What's In Your Ear?" with Luke Schwartz
53 minutes | Mar 7, 2019
41: Episode 41 - Andrew Michaan
Comedian Andrew Michaan and I have a great talk about music, culture, growing up in a small town and more! Andrew can be found on Instagram and Twitter at @andrewmichaan.
55 minutes | Feb 27, 2019
40: Episode 40 - Max Barth
Max Barth is a comedian in Philadelphia. He is one half of the band Jackson Moe and the host of the show "Zodiac Killers" at Good Good Comedy Theater. Max and I talk about John Prine, break up songs, and discuss if Donald Trump has ever listened to music.
48 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
39: Episode 39 - Jonathan Rawson
I spoke with painter and writer Jonathan Rawson ahead of his shows in Nashville and Salt Lake City. We talk about growing up in the Alabama punk scene, the importance of DIY, neoclassical composers, and songs that just make you feel good.
66 minutes | Feb 13, 2019
38: Episode 38 - Katherine Leon
Katherine Leon (@Katherineleon) is a photographer from Southern California. We have a great talk about art, our parents musical influence on us, and more!
41 minutes | Feb 7, 2019
37: Episode 37 - Adam Weiss
Adam Weiss, aka HAM On Everything, sits down with me to talk throwing parties, battling addiction, and of course, three songs he's been listening to lately. You can find Adam at @Adamgoesham on twitter.
42 minutes | Jan 31, 2019
36: Episode 36 - Jon Simmons (2019)
Jon Simmons is the first guest to do two episodes! Jon and I talk about life after his band Balance And Composure, we dive back into Frank Ocean, and even recorded a bonus episode which can be found at www.patreon.com/wiyepodcast
2 minutes | Jan 24, 2019
35: Episode 35 - Kat Nijmeddin
Luke speaks with photographer and illustrator Kat Nijmeddin. Kat also works at Pure Noise records. They talk about meeting your favorite bands, To The Front, and much more.
69 minutes | Jan 17, 2019
34: Episode 34 - Jeremy Bolm
Jeremy Bolm and Luke have a great talk about the importance of physical formats in music and exploring new music at different stages in your life. Check out WIYE on Patreon at www.patreon.com/wiyepodcast
65 minutes | Jan 13, 2019
33: Episode 33. Luke's 2018 recap/Top 10 of the year!
Luke recaps his busy year and ends the episode going through his ten favorite releases that came out in 2018.
41 minutes | Sep 5, 2018
Episode 32 - Dave Tomaine
Luke chats with Dave Tomaine about three of his favorite songs at the moment and also discuss expectations of artists, bands you grew up with, and more!
38 minutes | Apr 24, 2018
Episode 31 - Maryn Jones
Maryn Jones and I were able to record our conversation while on tour together. We get into music in religion, classic rock, songs about touring. Maryn plays music in the bands Yowler and All Dogs.
58 minutes | Apr 9, 2018
Episode 30 - Roger Harvey
Roger Harvey came over to my house and we had a great talk about music, politics, and meeting your heroes. Roger is a singer-songwriter currently based in Philadelphia and put out an album titled "Two Coyotes" in 2017.
43 minutes | Apr 3, 2018
Episode 29 - Ada Brumback
Ada Brumback is a photographer and musician based out of Kansas City, Missouri. While on tour together we were able to have a conversation about growing up in a small town, and her favorite songs of the moment.
69 minutes | Mar 27, 2018
Episode 28 - Zed Cutsinger
Comedian Zed Cutsinger and I have a great talk about soundtracks, the horrible use of the term "guilty pleasure", and much more. Zed is a co-host on the podcast "Views From The Vista".
42 minutes | Mar 16, 2018
Episode 27 - Kate Peterman
40 minutes | Mar 6, 2018
Episode 26 - Jim Murtagh
56 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
Episode 25 - Chris Cresswell
Chris Cresswell and I have a great talk in the van before our show together on Long Island. We talk about Canadian bands, legacy bands, and angry bands. Chris is the singer of The Flatliners and has also put out solo material under his own name.
50 minutes | Feb 20, 2018
Episode 24 - James Folta
Comedian James Folta and I have a great conversation about DIY, how not all music is what you think it is, and how good it feels when a bands lyrics hit you the right way at the right time. James is a comedy writer and performer in NYC. He has worked on Paul Ryan Magazine and The Neu Jorker.
46 minutes | Feb 13, 2018
Episode 23 - Travis Alexander
Travis Alexander and I had a chat in the basement of Throne watches in Brooklyn, New York. We talk about his new book, "The Snake That Continued to Eat Itself", watching the rise of Run For Cover records, sharing a mutual favorite band, and more.
44 minutes | Feb 6, 2018
Episode 22 - Brett Davis
Comedian Brett Davis and I met up in NYC to talk about going to shows in New Brunswick, working with an artist you love, and artists that aren't afraid to push themselves. Brett has a weekly public access show in New York called The Special Without Brett Davis, and is the host of The Podcast for Laundry.
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