I’ve been incredibly fortunate with this project. It started off as just an experiment to become familiar with how to podcast. Since then I’ve managed to tick a bunch of my favourite artists off my interview bucket list.
This live episode is another one I can tick off the bucket list.
We’ve all heard our favourite podcasts doing live episodes and to be honest, I wasn’t even entirely sure how I was going to do my own version of it. The truth is though, is that it was just like any other episode – a laid back chat with interesting folk.
Book Yer Ane Fest was superb. I highly recommend it. Even if you’re not au fait with many of the bands playing, it’s worth heading down just to soak up the incredibly good-natured vibe all on its own. To be asked to be a part of it, and to do something I’ve been dreaming about for years, was an incredible honour.
Big thanks to Derrick, Kenny and Jonny for allowing me the chance to do this silly little podcast in a live setting, and for taking some time out of the business of running the festival to sit and chat for half an hour or so. It means the world to me.
This was recorded live in Deacon Brodie’s at 12pm on December the 3rd 2017 (the day before my 32nd birthday, no less) and I think it turned out really quite well.
I hope you enjoy the episode.
Fair warning: we cover some dark topics in this, so perhaps not one to listen to around the kids.
Intro: David Szesztay – Combat
Outro: Blue Dot Sessions – Inessential
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