Dan has compliled new music from some of Philly's greatest artists, plus sets featuring the Sweet Juice Fest, and some upcoming shows put on by 4333 Collective. Featuring Sug Daniels, Rid Of Me, Dear Forbidden, A Day Without Love, and more. Go to 25oclockpod.com and click on this episode's blog post for a clickable playlist.
Dan talks to Amelie Swann about her love of trip hop (and Dan's mutual love of trip hop) and being influenced by groups like Portishead, Massive Attack, and Moloko. Amelie goes into her decision to be a niche artist rather than trying to make a splash as a "pop" artist, working with Frank Cervantes at Moonrocket Records, and how she uses singing to overcome her stutter. The new video for her recent single 'Enough' out on YouTube now.
Dan talks with Out Of Service bassist Bryan Williams about the band's newest LP, 'The Ground Beneath Me', out now on Enjoy The Ride Records. Bryan goes deep, sharing the long process of making the record, working with engineer and musician Nathan Hussey (All Get Out, ATX Heat Studios), landing a guest appearance from John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday), being a new dad, and how to keep a band of older guys together and making great music.
Dan talks to Doug Keller, member of such killer Philly bands as The Tisburys and Riverby, about his project Duke Maroon and their newest LP, 'A Duke Reunion'. Doug discusses his long history in the Philly scene, how he keeps all the songs straight, and how lucky he feels to be involved with such great musicians. 'A Duke Reunion' is out now, get it at Duke Maroon's Bandcamp and wherever you get digital music.