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.
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.
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.
The Return of The Weird Sisters
The Weird Sisters, one of my favorites I've been able to feature prior to this episode, return to discuss their new single.
The cool and very humble dudes of "Wolfstar" discuss and feature three older singles, as well as bringing us up to speed on new recordings on the horizon.
Nordista Freeze Returns!
Nashville musician Nordista Freeze returns to the podcast to discuss 6 of his singles, as well as an update on what he's been up to lately.
It's my pleasure to bring this episode of the podcast to you after having not posted since August. I am happy to have Josh Smith, or "Ebearorama" on the show. He just released a single called "Digital Snake Oil," and it slaps, as kids these days say. I used to be in metal core bands with Josh, or "Bear" as everyone knows him. Those bands were "A Scarlet Catastrophe" and "Chamberlyn," local bands from the Western Kentucky/Southern Illinois area. I hadn't connected with Bear since 2007, and this conversation was the first time we had spoken other than Facebook messages and comments in 13 years. It was a great time, and the track is great.