Episode 11: Secrets (Part 1/2)

Join Caleb and Seth as they discuss childhood secrets, are joined by a former angel, talk about fetishizing music, painful memories, and as always, share tons of great music from undiscovered artists.

Don’t forget to send us music for our next theme: Innocence

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Intro: cgtearz.bandcamp.com/track/cgrealization CGTearz – CGrealization

Thom Joseph – Say It Out Loud
thomjoseph.bandcamp.com/track/say-it-out-loud

Interview: Secrets Interview: Thom Joseph

Atlantic – Cold

Atlantic-101 – Cold-ft-atlas-in-motion-1

Timothy – Fly
Timothysongs – Fly
open.spotify.com/track/1WcaWygqkhVOOX4CzN7jMK

Small Leaks Sink Ships – Bloom

smallleaks.bandcamp.com/track/bloom

KingKosmo – Eden (Apple of my Eye)

Twin Ritual- Is It Paranoia
twinritual.bandcamp.com/track/is-it-paranoia

Bradford Evans – Whisper Not
bradfordevans.bandcamp.com/track/whisper-not

www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO6Nd6ehYss

King Commoner – IT WOULD BREAK ME
User-631731813 – It-would-break-me

Them Animals – Dead Air
themanimalsmusic.bandcamp.com/track/dead-air

Episode 10: Lost (Part 2/2)

 

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Show Notes: Thanks to all these awesome artists!

Intro: Oak Meadow – Set Sail
Oakmeadowmusic – Set-sail

Tim de Vil – Who’s Afraid of Sarah Little?
Timdevil – Whos-afraid-of-sarah-little-2

Ryan Hutchens – The Last 10 Years
ryanhutchens.bandcamp.com/track/the-last-ten-years

Brian Hoyt – Going Home
brianhoyt.bandcamp.com/track/going-home

How Great Were the Robins – Real Again
themarphoiproject.bandcamp.com/track/real-again

Outro: The Anthropophobia Project – Message in a Bottle
theanthropophobiaproject.bandcamp.com/track/…bottle

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Next Week’s Theme: Secrets

Track of the Day: Golden Gloves

Anthony D’Amato is one of those artists who never makes a music video unless it’s as beautiful as the song. Good and Ready, Was A Time, and Golden Gloves, are all proof of this fact. He has a very melodic voice with instrumentation that makes you feel warm inside…then you listen to the lyrics of the song. Anthony D’Amato pulls no punches, and often tackles very difficult subjects, often drawing a clear line in the sand.