Episodes see the topic vary as far as science, philosophy, spirituality, music, other movies – throughout each show Fletch skillfully balances depth of thought with comedy, making sure to offer something enjoyable and simultaneously thought provoking. Easily worth a listen for the indie podcast fans out there.

The backing music and Chris’s take on the topic create a hopeful, warming ambiance. It’s fascinating to listen to, surprisingly so in fact, and I found myself lost within the conversation and pondering each idea in a positive way.

This week’s episode welcomes the wonderful Pete Murphy onto the show. Pete has been writing songs and making music for several years now, he’s a phenomenal songwriter with a brilliantly unique approach to the art form, and he recently released his latest album By The Way Of The Devil, which he wrote and recorded within a … Continued

Whether you want to become a songwriter because you have a passion for it or because you’re just in it to win it, there a few things you can do to make it out there in the big world.

During the podcast we talk songwriting, overcoming performance anxiety, putting on shows, applying for funding, collaborating with other artists, teaching, touring, illness, aspirations and ambitions, the collapse of capitalism, among many other things.

Chad Earnest joins me (Rebecca Cullen) & offers his advice to upcoming bands & artists regarding graphic design & video creation. We also talk the future of rock music, Slipknot’s mighty return, the rise of hip hop & the infamous rap diss from MGK to Eminem.

If you like pop music, you will have of course been introduced to some of the finest songs humankind has composed. In our opinion, however, these are the most elite pieces of art over the rest.