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Lorenzo's Music Podcast

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This podcast was started by Tom Ray of Lorenzo's Music, an indie art rock band from Madison WI. Tom wants to meet musicians and learn about what they do create. It's an artistic community of conversation with people who make and produce music from all over the world!
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In this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I chat with Fang von Rathenstein, aka Ty Christian, the lead singer of the most metal band on earth, Lords of the Trident. We dive into the band's origins, their elaborate live shows complete with flames and fire, and their self-produced Mad with Power Fest, a two-day event of metal bands in Madison, …
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In this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I chat with Keith from the upstate New York band Safety Meeting. Keith dives into the band's origins, revealing how a quest for free drinks led to the formation of their unique garage rock sound. We discuss the evolution of their music and the DIY methods of their recording and video production proces…
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In this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I chat with Eric Pisor, aka Gagmesharkoff, the San Diego-based one-man band with a "ghetto setup". Eric's DIY approach to music production involves recording on his iPhone and using unconventional instruments like children's toys and household items to create his unique sound. We dive into his creativ…
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In this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I meet Connor Lipke of Toucon, a Colorado-based artist who has a unique blend of alternative rap and indie vibes. Connor, dives into his musical journey, from his origins in beat production to the recent exploration of his own voice and guitar in his work. Connor shares his experiences with uploading …
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In this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I talk with Nicholas Burgess, a rock musician with a penchant for the spooky and the supernatural. Nicholas talks about his prolific output, releasing a single every month, and the meticulous process behind his music-making, from writing to recording to remixing. We delve into his latest remix of "Swe…
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On this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I talk with Briana from the band Chicago-based band Spread Joy. Briana shares the journey from visual artist to punk vocalist, discussing the band's unique sound that echoes the raw energy of late '70s and early '80s post-punk. We get a glimpse into the collaborative dynamics of the band, their creati…
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On this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I talk with Rrrrrose Azerty, an electronica musician based in France. In this episode, we explore the intersection where music meets liberation and the challenges of navigating the digital landscape as an independent artist.Rrrrrose's journey is heavily involved in the Creative Commons community, wher…
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On this episode of the Lorenzo's Music Podcast, I talk with Donnie Ozone, the New York-based hip-hop artist. From CC Mixter beginnings to the netlabel blocSonic, Donnie's journey is a testament to the power of collaboration and community in the digital music era. In this episode, we unpack the intricacies of hip-hop production, the quest for the pe…
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Embark on a sonic exploration with Daniel Glascock of Love undulates violently Consciousness rises above fear (or LuvCraf for short), a multi-faceted musician with a penchant for diverse soundscapes. From industrial beats to 80s funk, Daniel's creative commons music spans genres and defies expectations. In this episode, we delve into his expansive …
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Dive into the raucous world of Louis Lingg and the Bombs, where punk rock meets pop and anarchy. Hear how a British musician's forgotten promise led to a life of anarchy and music in France. From squat gigs to building a DIY studio and defying the norm.Louis Lingg and the Bombs on Bandcamp - https://louislinggandthebombs.bandcamp.comLorenzo's Music…
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Step into the meditative and musical realm of the artist Yea Big. Stefen Robinson shares his journey from bonsai enthusiast to experimental music producer. Learn about his approach to art, his resistance to the commodification of music, and the upcoming projects that showcase his diverse talents. Yea Big on Bandcamp - https://yeabig.bandcamp.com Lo…
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This episode I start out with a conversation about having music claimed in YouTube videos. All of our stuff is under creative commons and people are allowed to use our music as long as they attribute the work to us. But what happens if a site that I uploaded our music to years ago gets bought by a company like Live Nation and they start going aroun…
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The Hussy is a band here in Madison, WI featuring Bobby Hussy, Heather Hussy, Tyler Fassnacht. Bobby Hussy also runs his own label No Coast records. I've wanted to meet him for some time and thought to reach out and ask him to be on the podcast so I could find out more about him. Links https://thehussy.bandcamp.com https://nocoastrecordings.bandcam…
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From time to time we get contacted by people asking to use our music in videos and movies. That's the case with the people that I talk with on this episode of the podcast. They made an independent film that they are entering in the film fest circuits and it's called "Feet". So needless to say I had to get them on the show to learn more about what t…
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The band I meet to on the show today is Audio Farm. I contacted mainly because I was curious. I saw their page on Facebook and at first, it was just a logo I think. Then they posted band photos and each person in the had an animal drawing that represented each one of them. I met with a few of them in their studio here in Madison to talk. Links http…
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I met one of the members of the band The Fancy Pears at an event I was at in the fall of 2018. I had never heard of his band before so I thought it would be fun to get together with them and do an interview for the podcast. Later on, I met with other members of the band and we just sat around a table and talked about making music. This was really w…
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One person that contacted me about being on the podcast was an electronica musician from England. We had actually spoken to each other in the fall when we originally recorded our interview but if you’ve been listening to the show you’ll remember that somehow I accidentally lost or deleted that file or something? So we got online and recorded anothe…
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In this episode, I get to meet Erich Eickmeyer Council Chair at Ubuntu Studio. When we recorded our "Rom-Comm Mixtape" release we decided to try an do the whole thing using only open source tools and software. We even got a write up in Forbes because of it. We ended up using a Linux distribution called Ubuntu Studio. We chose it because it's an ent…
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This time I meet musician, Synovia Alexis from right here in Madison WI. She has a new self-made release out now called "SIgnature". We get together to talk in downtown Madison about making music, how she performed in Europe, self-promotion and more. Listen to the EP SIgnature on SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/synovia_alexis/sets/signature…
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This time on the podcast, I meet Tanner Kahl from LÜM, a startup that created a new music app. I heard about this company because they are based right here in Madison Wisconsin. When I first heard about them the app was just getting ready to launch. And I was curious about what it was. So I reached out to them to see if I could stop by and ask them…
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I wanted to talk to people that have signed up to our mailing list or people that have used our music for their own projects or just people that I’ve heard about on the internet that seemed like they were doing interesting things. Things that I wanted to know more about.The person I’m talking to today Jake Woodward is a YouTuber that makes videos a…
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This Episode I talk to Cheyenne Hohman from the Free Music Archive, a site that has been one of the biggest sources where people have discovered music that is free to use in videos, films, mobile app projects and more.Soon after we recorded this interview, Cheyanne found out that the site would be ending it’s long run and shutting down. Which is a …
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Not that long ago I got an idea. It was simple really, I wanted to meet other artists, musicians or people that create things in general. I mean anything? On the show, we talk about why we create and what interests us. And why we decide to have this musical outlet at all? I think the creative struggle is the same for us all no matter where we’re lo…
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