This episode of (in)doors is raw and emotional, discussing serious topics like mental health, hope and hopelessness, feeling lost, and trying to find a way to remain cheerful at this time. Corey Wright, from the band Frail Talk, doesn’t hold anything back and opens up about how he has been impacted by COVID-19.
The show will feature short interviews from artists impacted by COVID- 19 and share their music while they are unable to perform. Many artists make a living by performing at shows and this is a way to support them and share their stories.
On this episode of (in)doors we get to know Yail: A science based, direct action, political project, conceptualized by Jackson Watkins, an infectious disease researcher at CSU. Hear about their childhoods of wondering through drain pipes, tuberculosis, DIY issues at the time of COVID-19, and technical errors galore. Only on 90.5 KCSU-FM. If you are an artist interested in becoming involved with this project, applications are still open at tinyurl.com/indoors-audio.
Meet Becc from Rose variety; a band comprised of childhood friends that drifted apart because life, but are re-kindling their friendship through music. On this episode of (in)doors, we learn more about how the friends have been impacted by COVID-19, why Becc hates them, and if he can ever get higher than a 1-star rating on animal crossing. If you are an artist who would like to be featured on the (in)doors podcast, the application is open on tinyurl.com/indoors-audio.