The Music Life is an exploration of what it means to be a contemporary maker of music during what could be considered 'the wild west' era of the music industry. This exploration is done through conversations with a diverse array of working music artists, producers, and industry professionals. There are many questions to be asked and stories to be told.
The podcast is hosted and produced by two working musicians and record producers, Louis Abramson & Joey Secchiaroli. Both have spent the better part of their lives pursuing careers in music on both ends of the mic. With years of professional experience producing recordings for other artists, as well as writing, performing and producing records for their own respective bands, the duo hopes to bring some fresh perspectives on the highly unadvisable path of the modern music maker.
TML EP - 8 - Louis drops a bomb on Joey.
Well I know it's been a while since our last episode, but fear not. More are coming... and what better way to return than with a boom? This episode was recorded about 8 months ago. I hope you folks have some experience in therapy, because I sure didn't when we recorded Louis dropping some very heavy news on me. If you are already in a frail emotional state, you might want to skip this one until your resolve improves.
TML EP - 7 - Rob made a Candy Rat.
CandyRat records is one of the most unique record labels doing business these days. Amongst saving The Reign Of Kindo from burning out into nothing, the label has managed to find an incredibly niche audience on the waves of the internet, and forged an incredibly loyal relationship with the fans of instrumental guitar music and beyond. Listen to the unlikely story behind Rob Poland and his very own Candy Rat Records.
Customer ReviewsSee All
This podcast is informative and a ton of fun. I've picked up some new bands to listen to along the way. You should definitely give it a listen!
I made this, so I love it.
I made this podcast, so I'm obsessed with it. I am responsible for 80% of all the plays on each episode. That means I listen to each episode anywhere between 10 and 9,000 times. Every time I hear myself talk, I can't wait to finish the episode so I can listen to it again from the beginning. My overall life happiness has been notably increased in volume and frequency since I began listening to myself talk. When my phone battery dies in the middle of playing an episode that I've already listened to at least 577 times, I sob uncontrollably. I sob even harder every time I recharge the phone and resume listening, but my tears flow from an abundance of joy in those particular instances.