The guest for this episode is Christina “Steenz” Stewart, St. Louis-based Eisner/Dwayne McDuffie Award winning cartoonist, comics editor and educator, and co-creator of the graphic novel Archival Quality.
The guests for this episode are the Toronto-based rock duo Dearly Beloved – Rob Higgins (vocalist/bassist) and Niva Chow (vocalist/percussionist/Theremin abuser), who recently released their new album Times Square Discount via Future Shock Records.
The guest for this episode of actor Keith Randolph Smith, who is currently plays Doub on the touring cast of August Wilson’s Jitney. Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Jitney was the 2017 Tony Award winner for Best Revival of a Play.
For the debut episode of Renaissance Soul, we go into a deep dive of the album Big Shoes from Detroit hip-hop emcee Big Tone produced entirely by House Shoes, released on June 7, 2019 on House Shoes’ own imprint Street Corner Music.
Fresh is the Word brings you a first listen to a project that I’m quite intrigued by, the new album Asking For It by Patriarchy. This is a collaboration from the LA-based multifaceted artist Actually Huizenga along with Andrew Means from 3Teeth.
For the debut episode of Breakin’ Recordz, we bring to you singer/songwriter Dia Frampton, who is one half of the sister duo Meg & Dia. Back on July 25th, Meg & Dia surprised released a new album, happysad, via Pure Noise Records after publicly disbanding seven years prior.
Jackie Von Spanks, is a pin-up girl and an illustrator. Her work is based on mid century and pin-up inspirations which she reinterprets her favorite characters from movies, tv, comics, horror, scifi and fantasy culture. She recently launched her Selling for Introverts show on YouTube, helping introverted artists get out of their bubble and into the art world.
Through the first two issues of Relics of Youth on Vault Comics, this group of teenagers brought together by Nat Rodrigues with these mysterious tattoos and visions in common look to find the truth and ultimately start finding themselves.
Stephanie Phillips who a comic book writer living in Buffalo, NY that has worked with Top Cow/Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, AfterShock Comics, Black Mask Studios, Ominous Press, and more. Recent titles include Kicking Ice (Ominous Press), Descendent (AfterShock Comics) and Devil Within (Black Mask Studios), and is currently writing Butcher of Paris (Dark Horse Comics).
Fresh is the Word has a track premiere today from the New York rock/punk/pop trio known as New Myths and their cover of the classic EMF song “Unbelievable”. New Myths, consisting of Brit Boras (guitar/lead vocals), Rosie Slater (drums/vocals), and Marina Ross (bass/vocals), channel the emotion of the likes of Garbage, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and The Pretenders in their music, and their cover of “Unbelievable” is evident of that.