Jake Mooneyham is a musician who is currently in the throws of higher learning when it comes to his craft. We discuss his early inspirations, playing in bands, music theory, and even find time to throw shade at Senior Trump.
The closing track is an original piece by Jake called “Simultaneity”.
It’s just a dopey rant, but I felt the need to put my thoughts about this to use somehow. After a good conversation with someone tonight, I feel more compelled now than ever to really speak up and try to counter balance this shit.
Keep fighting the good fight however possible- we are better than this.
Kevin Zerbe (or the “Zerbinator”) is a long time podcaster/musician whom I am lucky to call my friend. We discuss almost everything from the musicians that helped shape a wee Zerbe to the MS that helps shape the entire creative process. The kickin’ tune at the end is one of his tracks, “1270” from his “Sprung” album. You can hear all of his music and shows at zerbinator.wordpress.com!
One of two promised episodes for today. I know, it’s been a month since the last episode.
Sean Isham/Strife is a local auteur with whom I have podcasted with several times in the past. Looking to launch a platform to help fellow creators out, Sean discusses the ins and outs of his many applied interests and what exactly Neon Grindhouse is all about.
Apologies for the delay in this release folks, its been a busy month.
Allen Hill and return guest Aaron Roderick are independent music producers/recording artists. In this episode, we discuss the process of learning the finer details of music and the collaboration process involved. And yes, we were a little drunk.
The closing track is a cover by Aaron Roderick of the great “Separate Ways” from Journey.
Better late than never, right? It’s been a couple of weeks since Trump became our President Elect, and this doesn’t sit well with the boys. The two express their fears and concerns for the country going forward, Jeff drinks himself into a stupor, and Sean shares his predictions on where we’re headed.