The Social Psychic Radio Show is a podcast that deals with topics ranging from spirituality through medium-ship, to self-improvement & connecting to the other side. Jason Zuk hosts the show, an intuitive medium in practice since 2004.
Making money as an underground artist was difficult before, but new technology like streaming is biting into this even more; artists must come up with novel ideas to survive. Some argue that it’s impossible to even be underground in the age of the internet.
A podcast dedicated to providing the perspective you need to appreciate what truly matters in life. Each week Michael & Adam use dark humor to highlight stories of suffering, tragedy & calamity to help you remain grateful for your life.
Episode three welcomes the incredible Jeremy Gladstone of Sleeping Bag Studios to the show. We talk about his journey in music so far, what it takes to craft a career in today’s music world, what it’s like to write music reviews, how to stay inspired, & what happened to Nickelback.
Bringing together elements of electro-pop & trip-hop, the song has a certain softness that works gorgeously behind a distinctly memorable melody. The song is peacefully poetic & offers up a hopeful, easy to escape to vibe.
Over the past 24 months we’ve covered a superb amount of producers who are pushing the limits of creativity – crafting unique, expressive, hard hitting soundscapes. Narrowing it down to ten wasn’t easy, so consider this part one.
Our final playlist of the month to round up January’s music, this one goes out with a bang – a strong selection of songs from bands & artists well worth discovering.
Ten highly recommended artists & bands flying the flag high for Americana Music – Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Country, and everything in between. Infectious & impressive musicianship, vibrant energy, and powerful, memorable songs.
When it comes to success, many artists’ are judged by & compared to the fame & popularity of bands like The Beatles. Given that they dominated the global music scene without social media, it begs the question as to whether or not modern artists could ever replicate their success.
The Balcony was created to help promote local musicians & artists. Their goal is to give these artists a platform to be heard. The episodes feature a good balance music & chat, so you get to familiarise yourself with the people behind the playlists, which makes a big difference.
To help you wind down after the first week back to reality, a playlist of songs with a warm vibe, from artists, bands & producers discovered across the Stereo Stickman Platform.
Rebecca Cullen hosts the third episode of Stickman Sessions, first in the series for the Listening Booth – featuring a playlist of under the radar artists.