For all of the latest rock news, festival and live show details and announcements, and to simply revel in a love for music with a couple of guys who work hard to keep you involved and updated, and who are genuinely funny and interesting to listen to, Garage Rock Podcast is a must.
Immersing himself in his work has led him to become one of the most respected and valuable engineers on the scene, and his passion for music in general means that his aim is always to help artists and bands achieve their true creative vision.
Dad-duo Brian and John broadcast weekly, talking everything from comic book obsession to movies, plus the broader entertainment matters that fall under all that is pop culture.
The Chord Genome Project is a free search engine that helps you find songs based on the chords they use. Just type in the guitar chords you already know, and it’ll spit out a list of tunes you can start playing right away.
“Don’t be afraid to refine and revisit it. If you’re showing work and thinking,’Yeah, it’s a shame about the bridge part though’, then it’s not ready. Lyrics are important.”
Collaborations with the right people can be music marketing gold. Even just a mention, if they’re kind enough, and they like your style, can open up a world of opportunities.
Real people, real stories, real experiences, real relationships – all of this comes to light on Relatable Situations. Sit back and relax for a while as the team talk away your troubles for you.
From inspiring introductions to actual, actionable advice and tips – The Bearded Beast Show is an incredibly valuable tool that’s well worth subscribing to if you truly, deeply want to better your situation.
There’s something undeniably genuine about this show. The voices and personalities are easy to distinguish from one another, and with that you get a range of opinions, characteristics, and a natural flow to the chat that helps make it easy to listen to as you go about your daily business.
Bringing together gamers and gaming fans from around the world, Cartridge Bros showcase a fine balance between experience and a clear love for the process on this independent podcast.
In terms of songwriting tips for beginners – keep a notebook to hand. Write things down in the car, in your phone even; record snippets of ideas throughout the day – lyrics, melodies, chord patterns, creative thoughts, wild and wacky drum patterns, etc.
An incredibly valuable and increasingly rewarding new podcast that’s proving to be more than worth its weight right now as further individuals choose to head out into the vast unknown that is leadership and entrepreneurship.