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This week we chat with UK DJ Carly Wilford who chats about her changing careers, learning Ableton so she could create her own tracks and then releasing on Toolroom Records!  
This week we talk about the effects Covid has had on touring. There are so many flow on effects! There is a backlog on gear (even drum sticks!), equipment, venues, staff, bus drivers, buses, musicians and more. We chat about life on the road post Covid. We also reflect on the sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II of which we found out whilst on air. What an amazing life the Queen had.
Lyndsey Byrnes has had an amazing career as commercial photographer and creative director of a plethora of campaigns and editorials including Rolling Stone, Atlantic Records, Chanel, The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Wildfang, Good Dye Young and many others. She chats with us about her career and the hurdles she faced along the way as well as how she got her big breaks!
Today Jess Bowen & Bowie Jane chat about the role of the music manager, the benefits of having a manager or being self managed, being independent and self funding projects, as well as the pros and cons of signing to a label! All upcoming artists should listen to this behind the scenes episode!    
    It’s Chinwag time! Jess & Bowie have a good old catch up after Slam Dunk Fest in the UK with the Summer Set, Jess ensuring that there be at least one female hired on all gigs (and all things Diversity Riders) as well as Jess & Bowie both being first time Aunties!  
This week Bowie caught up with Jess whilst out on the road for Sad Summer Fest. Jess has been touring with her band the Summer Set and gave us the run down on her bandwagon being pulled over by the police for being too heavy (and a number of other crazy fines) on their only day off, upcoming tours, doing a live stream of their headline show at the Basement East Nashville (and what goes along with that), tour logistics, her Dad’s band Shine on Floyd and Bowie gave us the run down on her gigs and depleting green rooms!... Read more »
Yarden Saxophone (Israel), tours the world performing saxophone with some of the biggest names in the industry and huge events and festivals worldwide whether it be opening for big acts or doing whole house/techno dj sets. Listed in Forbes 30 under 30, Yarden has opened for Sean Paul, DJ Marshmello, The Chainsmokers, Flo Rida, Afrojack, Nervo, Korolova, and recently performed in front of thousands at the AC Milan Championship celebrations. She talks about how she got her first gig, the hustle involved, utilizing social media to make her performances go viral, performing with big name artists and making sure her social... Read more »
This week Jess & Bowie chat all about Sad Summer Fest and being back on tour. Jess gives us the run down on life on tour with the Summer Set, the bumpy tour life that is being on the road in a bandwagon (because there are no tour buses available!), technical issues on stage,  gear melting in the heat, the Summer Set’s Sad Summer Fest crew set up and what a day in the life of a touring band is really like!
  This week we chat with live show designer Laura Escudé who has programmed and designed shows for artists including Kanye West, Jay Z, Cirque Du Soleil, as well as composed and performed string arrangements for Kanye West and Jay Z. She talks all things gear, how she got into the industry and what her big breaks were!  
  This week Bowie chats with our superstar drummer Jess Bowen about all things tour life. Jess lets us in on a few of her tour bus hacks, the differences between buses on each of her tours, making sure she has back up sticks on stage with her (cause she whacks it so damn hard that she breaks them) and also little tricks to things that work on a rider (believe it or not, string cheese is a must!) If you have always wondered what living on a tour bus is like or if you are a musician who needs... Read more »
We had an awesome chat with independent artist Marieme. She has been so creative in the way she releases music and gains traction! It’s a fascinating listen! Marieme explains how she got signed to Universal publishing, getting an Apple placement, going viral in Brazil thanks to some clever marketing, being 3D scanned so she can perform in the metaverse as well as growing up in a household in Africa whereby she was banned from music!
Today we chat with Nashville music publicist, Jules Wortman! Wortman is a veteran public relations and marketing strategist who has developed a number of national and international campaigns for record labels, brands, commercial developments, authors, music, sports entertainment, special events and many others. Her clients include or have included Country Music Television (CMT), Warner Bros. Records, Universal Music, Sony Music, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton, and so many more. She currently manages The SteelDrivers, a GRAMMY® winning super group on Rounder Records.  
This week Jess interviews our very own DJ Bowie Jane! Gigs are back and Bowie is back on the road performing all over the country so Jess asks all the juicy questions about prepping for travel with DJ gear, the feeling of being back on stage after COVID, what technology Bowie travels with and how she preps for potential technology issues on stage.
This week we interview artist, activist and choreographer, Kat Cunning (they/them)! They debuted on Broadway in Liaison Dangereuses (Janet McTeer, Liev Schreiber) and in Cirque du Soleil in addition to acting alongside James Franco in HBO’s The Deuce, and most recently, JLo in Marry Me (Universal). Kat is also thrilled to be contributing to authentic LGBTQAI+ representation as a non-binary role in Netflix’s upcoming Purple Hearts and making another anticipated appearance in Issa Rae’s Rap Shit on HBO Max.  
This week we chat with singer songwriter Noah Vonne! Noah was raised in the musical heartland of Texas, where she forged an original sound that blends elements of rock, soul, blues, and pop. She chats about growing up performing in Mega Churches, studying music business at Belmont University and how that has translated into working in the music industry, writing music and doing co writes!
We were so lucky this week to have the chance to chat with one of the world’s best Techno DJs, Nastia from the Ukraine. Nastia explains how she got into DJing having first been a top touring Gogo dancer, starting her own record label, her first DJ break after managing a main stage at a major festival as well as telling us all about how she escaped from Kyiv with her daughter after hearing explosions, driving for many hours to the border and finally relocating to Amsterdam. Nastia was one of the first Ukrainian DJs to go straight out to... Read more »
We were so thrilled to have Little Luna randomly drop into the studio and have a chat with us about her upcoming opening slot performing for 5 Seconds of Summer (with none other than our very own Jess Bowen on drums!)! You may remember her from our interview during covid where she was prepping her music and forming her Little Luna concept! Now it’s all coming to fruition so we chat with her about how her amazing gig has come about, her strategy with her image and music, meditation , being independent and so much more!  
This week we have an awesome chat with Broadway star, N’Kenge! She’s had a fascinating career and has worked in both Opera, Broadway and now in her role as producer with an incredible show coming up at Carnegie Hall telling the amazing story of Dorothy Dandridge. N’Kenge chats with us about her role as producer and what that entails, getting the show together from concept to organizing actors to the music, studying at Julliard and Manhattan School of Music and what was involved, moving from pop to opera to musical theater, as well as her routine before performing on stage!... Read more »
What a treat it was to chat with music producer Esjay Jones. She talks about her frustration with the music industry initially which led her to teach herself music production and Logic and then move into the producing side. She had her first major cut in the U.S. alongside co-writer Justin Tranter in 2013 with the single “I Choose U” by TimeFlies on Def Jam Records. Since then, she has worked with Grey Daze (Chester Bennington), Sean Kingston, Jeffree Star, Olivia Holt, Escape The Fate, Mystery Skulls with Nile Rodgers and Brandy, Alien Ant Farm, and many more.
  It’s chinwag time! Jess Bowen is currently on tour with Lights so Jess & Bowie chat about how she prepared for tour, life on the road, the first few gigs together (one of them being in the snow!), Jess’ Mom absolutely loving Lights and the Philippines connection as well as the process of learning the set! Jess also chats about what her day entails before getting on stage and Bowie talks about her upcoming DJ gigs in San Fran and LA and the dramas of flying with music gear!  
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