|March 7, 2014||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Singer/songwriter Tae Phoenix stops by to talk about her new album “Outside the Lines,” which will be released on March 10. The Seattle release party is April 24 at The Royal Room. We listen to three songs off the album and talk about her upcoming trip to SXSW, how she writes her songs and what it means to come from a place of privilege.
1st song – Let the Light In
2nd song – Tricks on Me
3rd song – Down & Dirty Way
|February 20, 2014||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Rapper/producer Spekulation stops by to talk about the recent success of his Marshawn Lynch inspired song, “Bout That Action.” We also talk about the unexpected popularity of his Bitter Barista website and new book. We end the conversation with the question, Does Seattle hip-hop have it’s own sound?
Outro – All The Soldiers feat. Okanomode
|December 19, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|December 5, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|November 21, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Elissa Washuta, Catherine Slaton and Claire Jackson stop by to talk about a reading they will be doing together at Richard Hugo House on November 21. Elissa curated the reading as a part of her Made at Hugo Fellowship. We talk about good and bad memoirs and each guest reads a short piece of nonfiction. The conversation ends with Elissa sharing the definition of James Franco Day.
|October 17, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|October 3, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Ayron Jones of Ayron Jones and The Way stops by to talk about his new album, “Dream,” which will be released on October 29, and have it’s official release party at Neumos on November 2. He plays a couple songs, talks about songwriting, his killer live shows and teaching himself to play guitar at thirteen. The interview concludes with the song “Feedin’ From the Devil’s Hands.”
|August 30, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|August 21, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Nicole Hardy stops by to talk about her new memoir Confessions of a Latter-Day Virgin, which will have its release party at Richard Hugo House on August 23. We also talk about her Modern Love essay, which sparked the whole project, her decision to quit her teaching job to move to the Island of Grand Cayman and the differences between writing poetry and non-fiction.
|August 15, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|