Month: June 2017

Start the Music! 008 – Kylie Rebecca (Tour Photographer)




There’s more to the music industry than just bands, and this week I talk to tour photographer and videographer Kylie Rebecca about her work: doing photoshoots, being on tour and staying inspired throughout.

A picture is worth a thousand podcasts so make sure you check out her portfolio. This episode’s music selections are taken from the USA, UK and Canada so there is something for everyone.


Kylie Rebecca Photography



TRACK LISTING

1. College in a Nutshell – The Bomb Shelter Dropouts


Twitter: @BombDropouts
Spotify 
/ Bandcamp

2. Daytime TV – Standing Like Statues


Twitter: @LikeStatuesUK
Facebook
 / Youtube

3. Play it Safe – Petric

Twitter: @PetricMusic / Website
Youtube

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 8 

*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can.

Start the Music! 007 – Chris Cote



This episode we’re going to bring some Southern California to your ears as I interview singer & bassist Chris Cote of the band Kut-U-Up on his way to grab some waves. Fun fact: This is the first interview I have ever done with someone in a wetsuit. We talk about the Pop Disaster Tour, quickly approaching the 15th anniversary of its last show (June 17, 2002) and the exploits of a band nobody knew accompanying two of the biggest pop punk bands of the time on tour (Blink 182 & Green Day). All that AND music from Chin Up, Kid & Sharp/Shock!


Music played on the podcast from their 2 song EP


As mentioned in the podcast:

Monday M.A.S.S with Chris Cote / iTunes
YEWOnline

Buy the DVD “Riding in Vans with Boys” on Amazon

 

Shadow of Everest – New EP out June 9th 2017 “Idle Hands” (bandcamp)



TRACK LISTING

1: Yesterday – Chin Up, Kid


Twitter: @ChinUpKidIN
Facebook / Bandcamp

2: Away from the Man – Sharp/Shock


Twitter: @SharpShock
Website / Heart & Skull

3: Eyeline – Kut-U-Up

Twitter / Facebook
Youtube

 

New Window: Start the Music! Episode 7 

*As always thank you to all the bands who allow me to play their music. Support them if you can.

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