YEEHAW! This week we go a little western and sit down with the five-piece western psychedelic band, The Crooked Rugs, composed of Nolan Brumbach, Jayce Haley, Jay LeCavalier, and Rex and Finn Stowers. These cowboys talk about their Spaghetti roots, adaptation and invention, the creative process in the face of a pandemic, and share some ways we can all be supportive of local music. This episode also contains TWO NEW BONUS TRACKS that will be released the Friday of this episode’s upload.
This week, Asher talks with Forestry, featuring returning guests Nick Visocky, Larson Ross (aka Forestry’s biggest fan), and first time interviewee Jairus Crabb. Yes it’s an emo project. Get over it! We share lots of laughs, get serious at times as we learn more deeply on how each member of the band has been impacted by the changing world of COVID, how they have been staying sane (or losing their marbles), what lies in store for the future of each of them and (maybe) a sneak peak at some potential interviews coming soon 😉
This week, Asher sits down with Swan Johnson, a music producer and entrepreneur, who hails from South Huston Texas, bringing wicked and unique edges to the pop and club music community. We learn more about Swan’s past as a DJ, how he has been impacted by COVID -19 and what he’s working on in the meantime (hint: its a “radio” show).
This week, Asher sits down with Eliot Coble from the San Antonio based project called papergirl. This slowcore indie band has faced some rough times in the wake of Covid-19 and Eliot opens up about what its been like personally, stories on band connections, and share a few laughs as we learn about the lore of papergirl and Eliot’s personal journey.
On this episode of (in)doors, Asher sits down with guitarist Billy Fabrocini from the straight edge, hardcore band xDeadBeatx. We learn what it means to be straight edge in a punk scene, hear tall tales from band mates and famous experiences, share a few laughs, and get to know just how severely local businesses and people have been impacted in different ways due to quarantine. Most importantly, we learn that despite distance or isolation, the tight-knit nature of the local scene can survive anything together.
Episode produced by Matt Gusmerotti (@mgusmerotti )