Tuesday, October 16, 2018

WOTS Version 181 with Natasha from Razor Clam

Today on the podcast I talked with Natasha Lumba of Razor Clam.  I asked Natasha a bunch of question including but not limited to:

•How was your experience with Art Zone?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community?
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•What are your three wishes?

Featured music:
"ITB" by Razor Clam off Vicious Sea Cows
"There" by Razor Clam off Vicious Sea Cows

Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/razorclamglam/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Wednesday, October 10, 2018

WOTS Version 180 with King Leez

Today on the podcasts I caught up with King Leez. I asked Leez a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•Why were you in Paris?
•What's the plan for the new music?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist?
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist?
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most?
•How would you describe the Northwest music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in the Northwest?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Northwest music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•What advice do you have for a new musician in the Northwest music community.
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be?
•You found a genie in a bottle what are your three wishes?

Featured music:
"Dead Presidents" by King Leez
"In My Mode" by King Leez off Supreme Being

Learn more here: https://soundcloud.com/1kingleez

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Tuesday, October 9, 2018

WOTS Version 179 with Katie Kuffel

Today on the podcast I caught up with Katie Kuffel while she is on the east coast leg of her tour. I asked Katie a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•What are your thoughts about touring?
•What is the "direct to vinyl" project?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets?
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far?
•How were you able to transition to being a full time musician?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"As The Crow Flies" by Katie Kuffel off Take It Up
"Take It Up" by Katie Kuffel off Take It Up

Learn more here: https://www.katiekuffel.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Friday, October 5, 2018

WOTS Version 178 with Jennifer & Brenden Smith

Today on the podcast I have a five minute video chat and and hour long audio chat with Jennifer and Brenden Smith of Immensity Crumb.  I asked Jennifer and Brenden a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•How do you balance being married, having kids, and music?
•What is the relationship of playing music at clubs and bars vs. playing music for ministry?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most.
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•How do you define success?
•What are your current goals?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"Girda And Kay" by Immensity Crumb
"Theme From the Production" by Immensity Crumb

Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/Immensity-Crumb-1757379297692417/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Thursday, October 4, 2018

WOTS Version 177 with Tekla Waterfield #2

Today on the podcast we are talking with Tekla Waterfield.  I asked Tekla a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•Tell us about your vinyl releases show and why we should come.
         Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 8 PM
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•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most.
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•What advice do you have for a new musician in the Seattle and NW music community.
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"Original Lies" by Tekla Waterfield off The Curtain Falls
"Rock And Roll Man" by Tekla Waterfield off The Curtain Falls

Learn more here: https://www.teklawaterfield.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Tuesday, October 2, 2018

WOTS Version 176 with Kate Lynne Logan

Today on the podcast I called Kate Lynne Logan on the Skype and asked her a bunch of questions!  The questions are including but not limited to:

•What has the intersection of being an mom and an artist been like
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most.
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"Something Good" by Kate Lynne Logan off Sleeping Giants
"Let You Run" by Kate Lynne Logan off Sleeping Giants

Learn more here: https://katelynnelogan.bandcamp.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.