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Episode 51: The Hugs
March 24, 2017 10:48 AM PDT
Portland's own, The Hugs dropped into Mountain Air Studios to play a few jams, as well as chat about their most recent release, how the band formed, how the creative process can change with a rotating cast of players, and much more!
March 17, 2017 12:01 AM PDT
Small Million dropped into Mountain Air Studios to help us celebrate EPISODE 50! I talked to the synth/electro/pop duo about how they met, how they compliment one another in the production of songs, and what their creative process is like, the band also laid down a super fresh in-studio set!
March 10, 2017 12:10 AM PST
Ezekiel Rudick, frontman of Portland based band Young Elk, sat down with me to talk about where his songwriting comes from, growing up religious, using music as a tool to explore his existence, and how his band Young Elk has inserted itself into his reality.
Pick up the bands most recent release "The Dark Side Of The Holy Ghost" available on bandcamp.
To keep up with Young Elk and the Dan Cable Presents Podcast, check out the links below!Episode 48: Ashley Xtina
March 03, 2017 12:20 AM PST
Ashley Xtina is a singer/songwriter originally from New York City. Ashely and I talked about her upbringing with music, finding her voice as a musician, and songwriting for other artists. This episode also features Ashley Xtina's song "Frozen in Time" and Courtney Noe's "Can't Say No". To find out more about Ashley and the progrum, please check out the links below!Episode 47: Balto
February 24, 2017 07:53 AM PST
Balto dropped into Mountain Air Studios to talk about how the band got started back in New York, forming their new lineup in Portland, OR, the recording and songwriting on their new record, and of course they played a few jams in-studio! To keep up with Balto and the progrum check out the links below.
February 17, 2017 07:52 AM PST
Rock n' Roll, singer/songwriter, Sam Densmore dropped into Mountain Air Studios to talk about songwriting, recording processes, his upcoming releases "Heavy Mellow" and "Open Marriage", his first European tour, and he played a few sweet jams live in-studio. If you want to keep up with Sam or the podcast, check out the links below.
February 10, 2017 12:39 AM PST
On this episode of the progrum, I sat down with musician, booker, and promoter Jason Fellman. We talked about how he got into promoting shows, the upcoming MOGO Music Festival, and he dropped knowledge about empowering local artists. This episode features tracks "On The Floor" from Goldfoot, as well as "Elementi" from Mbrscatu. To keep up with Jason Fellman and the podcast, check out the links below!
February 03, 2017 12:01 AM PST
Portland, Emcee, Mat Randol dropped into Mountain Air Studios, to talk about his new EP "Libero", as well as coming up in the Portland scene, finding his voice as an artist, and his continued hustle to keep progressing as a human. Aside from an insightful conversation, Mat performed some tunes off of "Libero", as well as a brand new joint to end the progrum. Keep up with Mat Randol, as well as the progrum via the links below.Episode 43: Whim Grace
January 27, 2017 01:07 AM PST
Whim Grace came through Mountain Air Studios to talk about how she came to find music, the expression of self through song, her creative thought process, and she and her band threw down some tasty jams. Check out her most recent release "Black Holes and Unicorns", and check out the links below o learn more about Whim Grace, as well as the podcast.Episode 42: The Pining Hearts
January 20, 2017 10:38 AM PST
The Pining Hearts dropped into Mountain Air Studios to talk about their eclectic sound, musical backgrounds, forming their band in Portland, and they threw down some tasty jams! Check out the links below to learn more about the band, as well as the official podcast website.
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