Paul Rose aka the musician, DJ, and A&R known as Scuba talks to people of significance from the world of electronic music about their experiences, observations, and attempts to cultivate a life for themselves in the murky and sometimes treacherous waters of the music industry.
Scuba talks to one of the biggest names in Techno, Chris Liebing, about kick drums, Tiktok, being a Depeche Mode fan, and picking an outfit for Coachella.
Scuba talks to Melissa Taylor, the music PR guru(!), owner of Tailored Communication, manager, music consultant, and board member of the streaming co-operative Resonate, about co-operative solutions for musicians, the decline of the music press, and sending out hundreds of promo copies of a vinyl release.
A Guy Called Gerald
Scuba talks to British electronic musician A Guy Called Gerald about Acid House, Jungle, DIY electronics, Crypto, and why he wouldn't make another album.
Dubstep Wars - Nicole Cacciavillano
Scuba talks to Denver club owner and promoter Nicole Cacciavillano, one of the key people in the development of Dubstep in the United States, about running a venue, building a music scene, and how Skrillex appeared from nowhere.
Clearing The Floor
Scuba reflects upon a weekend in Berlin during which he emptied a dancefloor with unprecedented efficiency, and assesses the experience of the first 14 weeks of the Not A Diving Podcast.
Scuba talks to Tim Exile, the musician, technologist, and founder of the collaborative platform Endlesss, about the future of the music industry, the possibilities of web3, and whether more music is a good thing.
I love the podcast. It’s nice taking a deep
dive into the mind’s of some of my musical heroes. I look forward to each release. Keep it up Scuba!