Dan talks to Evan Mader about his photo book, 'Sound of a City: Behind the Music of Philadelphia', which features interviews with engineers and producers, as well as great photos of studios around Philadelphia. Evan talks about growing up in Brookhaven, making beats as a teen, the Drexel University music industry program, his mentor Ryan Schwabe, and how the book came together. You can get the book on Amazon, and be sure to check out Evan's website and his Instagram.
Dan talks to Sug Daniels (aka Danielle Johnson) about growing up in Smyrna, DE (from cows and corn to housing developments), church music, the rise of her band Hoochi Coochi, going solo during the pandemic, knowing when you need someone to help, how the ukulele changed everything for her, and her recent move from Wilmington to Philadelphia. Sug's new single, 'Be Cool', is out now everywhere you get digital music, and she'll be playing at XPonential Music Fest as part of the Black Opry Revue. Join her mailing list to keep up with all things Sug!
Welcome back, we've enjoyed our August break! Right off the bat, it's a great talk with Jordan Caiola of Mo Lowda and the Humble. Dan and Jordan talk about their new EP, 'Lily Pads/Snowbird', life on the road, leaving space in the music, aging gracefully in indie rock, and more. 'Lily Pads/Snowbird' is out now, available everywhere you get digital music. Mo Lowda and the Humble are on tour all fall, check their dates and get tickets here.