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Are you tired of the regurgitated, emotionless audible fodder that plays on the radio these days? Doesn't the lot of it sound kind of plastic and uninspired? If so, indie-vidually may entertain you, and turn you on to some independant/unsigned artists who do what they do very well. Your host Andrew Lane Cummins interviews them and plays many of their tracks each show as they discuss them in depth.

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Are you tired of the regurgitated, emotionless audible fodder that plays on the radio these days? Doesn't the lot of it sound kind of plastic and uninspired? If so, indie-vidually may entertain you, and turn you on to some independant/unsigned artists who do what they do very well. Your host Andrew Lane Cummins interviews them and plays many of their tracks each show as they discuss them in depth.

    Chris Black is Back

    Chris Black is Back

    Chris Black is one of my favorite people to shoot the crap with. If you heard our first episode together when we discussed his album "230 West Allmon St. Apt. A" you'd know the caliber of the conversations we are capable of having. This time, we review and feature his latest full length album "Monosapien," written and recorded during this pandemic we are all still living in. We cover everything that there is to cover on this episode... Ok, not really, but we do talk about a lot. Don't listen to this episode, or do, that's fine too.

    • 2 hrs 33 min
    JD Wilkes and Nathan Brown

    JD Wilkes and Nathan Brown

    I'm happy to have JD Wilkes of "The Legendary Shack Shakers" back on the show, but this time he brought his long-time buddy  Nathan Brown. They are both founding members of the band, and are back together for some shows and collaborations. Featured on this episode is their cover of "Rawhide," which is on the upcoming album "Cockadoodledeux." We spoke about their roots, why they love music, the history of the band, and a whole lot of other rambles as well. 

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Lost in the Chronic with The Weird Sisters

    Lost in the Chronic with The Weird Sisters

    I love talking to this band! "The Weird Sisters" out of Nashville, TN recently released a very awesome and infectiously catchy song called "Lost in the Chronic," and they're my guests once again on the show to talk about it. Izaac Short and Gabrielle Lewis discuss all sorts of fun and cool things with me on this episode of the podcast.

    • 58 min
    Art Thieves Round 2

    Art Thieves Round 2

    I'm psyched to have Paducah, Kentucky post-rock/metal/instrumental band "Art Thieves" back on the podcast for this episode of "indie-vidually."  I had them on for a live album they did a few years ago, but this time they're back to discuss their newest release "Maelstrom," an 8 track LP that will blow you away.  It's fantastic, and they are one of my favorite Western Kentucky bands.  They're also some really cool, down to Earth dudes. 

    • 2 hrs 47 min
    The Return of The Weird Sisters

    The Return of The Weird Sisters

    It was a blast to feature "The Weird Sisters," a psychedelic funk rock trio from Nashville, Tennessee again on the podcast.  I last spoke to them back in the summer of 2019, so this was long overdue.  I caught up with founding members Gabrielle Lewis and Izaac Short, as they shared what they've been up to creatively and musically since the last time we spoke.  They recently recorded and released a cover of a song made popular by blues artist Freddie King called "Going Down."  Their version is sick, and I know you'll all love it, and I'm so proud to be able to feature it on this episode.  Be sure to check out their self-titled record on Spotify or any other streaming service after you listen to the show, because you just can't miss out on that art. 

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Wolfstar

    Wolfstar

    I am happy to finally have my good friends "Wolfstar" on the podcast.  Wolfstar is a metal band out of Lexington, Kentucky that I quite enjoy, and for many reasons.  They're real, they're humble, and they write some kick ass, old school sounding metal that any veteran or new metal fan can rock to.  All four members were present for this chat, including lead singer and rhythm guitar Matthew Dominic Capua, lead guitar player and founder Sam Pednau, bass and backing vocals Justin Taylor, and on drums John Hause.  I thoroughly enjoyed hanging virtually with these dudes, and you'll enjoy the following conversation and the songs included. 

    • 1 hr 30 min

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