This week I hang with Dead Cures in the studio! Dead Cures is a brand new indie rock band based out of Nashville, which evolved out of the long-running Nashville indie rock band Kink Ador.
I talk with the band to talk about their “why,” the personal evolution of each band member, how they each got started in music, where the band name Dead Cures came from, and what message they are creating and empowering people with through their music.
And of course the band jams us out to some great live performances as well!
Before the mics came on we dealt with quite a bit of technical difficulties. The band waited patiently as we got that worked out, and made the show happen despite all the resistance. Only then to deal with an audio dropout right around the 12 minute mark. Ugh!
But we pressed on, channeled our inner Steven Pressfield [The War of Art], and ended up with an amazing show…
Connect with the band! Dead Cures is planning to put out some exclusive content on their YouTube channel. And they need 100 subscribers to grab their vanity URL on YouTube. So let’s see how quickly we can make that happen!
Hit their website, and click or tap on over to their YouTube channel and get subscribed!
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The Modern Recordist is a podcast devoted to the exploration and continual discussion around designing and living your life as an extraordinary artistic visionary. Each I venture on this journey, either in a casual hang out with a guest, or by diving into a specific topic for a few minutes in more of a monologue-structured format.
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We’re officially at the halfway point in completing our first year of podcasting. We’ve been doing this show for pretty much 6 months, as this is the 27th episode of this weekly podcast (EP: 052 will mark the year!).
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