Music enthusiast John "Music" Walker talks with a music-minded friend about music, music-makers, and other musical matters music music.
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That Daniel Farris Sound
Daniel Farris has produced, mixed, or otherwise enabled countless recording artists over the last couple decades, in addition to creating his own impressive library of ambient works. In this episode, he picks some favorites and tells some tales.
The Music of Rob Morgan
Rob Morgan is a singer/songwriter and longtime four-track addict whose elegant and catchy songs blend the best qualities of 70s folk-pop with a post-modern wit. In this special holiday episode, he recounts his musical history via a playlist of select recordings.
The Music of Skizz Cyzyk: Part Two
Human art factory Skizz Cyzyk returns to finish up our discussion of his adventurous musical history, picking up in the mid 90s and bringing us through the present day. Part two of two.
The Music of Skizz Cyzyk: Part One
Skizz Cyzyk, a prolific mainstay of Baltimore's underground art/rock/film scene, unpacks a deep box of musical moments, from his early punk stirrings to his utility-player drum gigs. Part one of two.
The Music of Craig Ceravolo
The guy who put the 'Boo' in 'Wake Up, Boo,' Craig Ceravolo returns to play demos and talk process, as we track the development of several past and future pop gems. (Originally posted on May 21, 2014)
Instantly on my weekly playlist
John pulls together a great collection of interesting voices in-&-around the indie music scene to talk about their songwriting, music production, joys & tribulations of playing in bands, solo work, and their favorite records too. A great concept, and John is a tour de force host who keeps you totally entertained and engrossed throughout the program. Instantly on my must-hear list! I can’t wait for the next episode (not a Dr. Dre reference).
Friendly, intelligent and interesting; great fun for music lovers.