This episode was recorded in a crowded bar and luckily for you, my voice is drowned out by clanging bottles and bar music. Oh, the beauty of on site interviews!
One of the best current singer/songwriters is our podcast this episode, the wonderful, Jon Mclaughlin. Jon was kind enough to give us a good amount of time and the podcast took an interesting direction that I did not expect. The audio is slightly damaged at the end due to a slight technical difficulty. Please enjoy this episode! There are more on the way!
Love this band. Love this music. Lovelife.
Someway, somehow, we got The Neighbourhood on the podcast and saying these guys were wonderful is an understatement. I'm so incredibly happy we were able to pull this off and if you somehow have yet to hear this group, turn on your radio and their track "Sweater Weather" should be on within the hour. If not, find it. It's especially perfect in this current temperature. Hopefully, we can do this again because this episode was a lot of fun!
Last of the Warped Tour and my personal favorite! Love these guys and you need to go out and find their music. it's worth your time.
Second to last interview of the Warped Tour series, yes it has somehow not ended after 3 months. This episode though is with Goldhouse, a wonderful musician and a really nice guy to talk to. Love it!
I can not put into words how fun this was. Adam and I create the McCast, talk about inappropriate Double Dare, and harass McDonald's customers. There is so much packed into this hour that I can't even begin to explain, so give it a listen!
This episode is a great example of just what Warped has to offer, an all around great band that has the greatest attitude and connects with fans in the best ways. Meeting these guys was a pleasure and I hope it's not the last time I see these guys.
I wish we could have gotten better interview audio of this because this was in the heat of Warped Tour press with like 8 others around me, each doing interviews. But we had an opportunity to talk to Crossfaith and we took it and I'm so glad we did. Crossfaith combines genres of music to give a breath of fresh air to the screamo genre so if you have wanted a change in this area, this is your band.