Alex Gaskarth of Simple Creatures is on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith With… podcast.
Cove Reber was on the It’s All Dead podcast talking about Saosin’s In Search of Solid Ground. (Overcast link.)
Art Alexakis of Everclear is on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith with… podcast.
Whitney are the latest guests on the Kyle Meredith with… podcast.
White Reaper are on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith with… podcast.
Matty Healy of The 1975 is on the latest episode of The Green Room podcast. He talks about wanting to produce a Springsteen-like Taylor Swift acoustic album among other topics.
Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! is the latest guest on the LSQ podcast.
Robyn breaks down her song “Honey” on the latest episode of the Song Exploder podcast.
Tony Lovato of Mest is the latest guest on the Wasting Time Podcast.
Ben Folds is on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith With… podcast.
Goo Goo Dolls are on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith with… podcast.
I found this conversation between Wyatt Jenkins, SVP of product at Patreon, and Cherie Hu of the Water & Music podcast absolutely fascinating:
So what Patreon is is a membership platform. And what that means as a patron, as someone who is a fan of a musician, is you are a part of that tribe. You have an inside view, you get the merch first, you get to understand what songs are coming out later, you can have creative input — those are all the kinds of things that happen in a membership that’s fundamentally different than a subscription. Back to what we’re trying to define here: we are defining membership on the web as a way to deliver really unique value to fans.
They do a deep dive into the music industry, where it’s going, and how musicians could better use platforms like Patreon to build meaningful connections with fans.
Belle and Sebastian are on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith with… podcast.
Tom May of The Menzingers is the latest guest on The Wasting Time Podcast where he discusses the band’s upcoming album. (Overcast link.)
Frank Iero is the latest guest on on the Zach Sang Show. He again shoots down the rumor of a My Chemical Romance reunion:
I don’t understand why you would do an interview about your band and talk about someone else’s band. I think they’re trying to rebrand their band as a real rock band and they’re trying to mention as many rock bands and trying to get, like, synonymous with other things. And people aren’t gonna forget that you’re a Disney band, bro. Sorry, it’s not gonna happen.
Stereo Confidential’s latest podcast series is all about Hellogoodbye. I stopped by to guest on the latest episode about the classic, Would It Kill You? — all these years later I still think is the most shocking 180 turn I’ve ever done on a band in the span of one album. (Overcast link.)
Frank Turner has released a new podcast episode about his new song “The Death of Dora Hand” which is also now up on streaming services.
I started The Podcast Worm with the intention of keeping it up regularly. The first one went live around 9 months ago now, so clearly, that didn’t happen. However, much like Halloween Unmasked, Inside Star Wars was a podcast that really caught my attention.
Mark Ramsey is the host, who has teamed up with Wondery for multiple series that dive into certain movies like Jaws and Psycho. I haven’t listened to those just yet (but I have plans to). With Inside Star Wars, I was able to learn things about the cast that I didn’t know before.