The Winter Passing is an Irish indie pop band. Their most recent album A Different Space of Mind came out in September of 2015 on FITA Records and 6131 Records. In this episode, bandmates Kate Flynn and Jamie Collison talk about the experience of outgrowing their own songs and how making music was able to ease the frustration of being stuck in their small hometown.
Novelty Daughter is the electronic jazz-pop project of Faith Harding. In this episode, Faith talks about the overwhelmingly masculine language that characterizes electronic music, and how she views her production process as a form of dialogue rather than a form of control.
Beachwood Coyotes is an alternative rock band based in Los Angeles. In this episode, the band's primary songwriter Jason Nott talks about his history of depression, why he's drawn to Conor Oberst's terrible voice, and how listening to Blink-182's crappy guitar playing made him realize that anyone could write music.
Moniker is a self-described dancy indie-rock band from Virginia and now based in New York. Their third album, the self-titled Moniker LP, came out this past April. In this episode, the band's frontman Jordan Scott talks about growing into his love of music, exploring the intersection of relationships and theology, and his quest to make every album more grand than the one that came before it.