We've got Ryan here this week to talk about his new educational website, The Drum Way! This baby is brand spankin new and gives drummers of all skill levels, shapes, sizes, and genetic makeup a place to go learn and explore different drum exercises and techniques. Be sure to check it out!
We've gotta singer/song writer Caitlin Arcand and guitarist Alex Williams on the show to talk about fostering your confidence! It's not easy getting up in front of people and performing. What are some strategies for improving and overcoming confidence issues? Tune in to find out!
We're back at it again! That's right folks, it's season five and Dennis is here to tell you not to eat the brown acid! He's warning you! Not only that, he's going to be talking about character development and his brand spankin new art book!
This is what Tom and Jim do in the off season...
Happy St Patricks day y'all! Nick Ryder stops by to talk about his project AdapterAdapter and how it is quickly evolving from a one man band into something a little less one manned. We talk about what drives a new project like this as well as influences and some history.
Welcome to part two of The Midday Social! Here is the guest list in order of appearance:
Pistol Shot Gypsy
The Sweet Release
Davey Moore and Mark Charron
Hey Everyone! It's The Midday Social Part One! Do you know what else it is? It is the one year anniversary of The Studio Cellar!!! We've met a lot of amazing and talented people over the last year and look forward to expanding and seeing what's to come! For now, here is the breakdown of this episode in order of appearance....
Subject 2 Change
Jessica Prouty Band
3 Parts Dead
Don'f forget, there is a "part two" next week. Be sure to check back!
Dan Black is here from Rock Your Head Productions to talk about the growth of technology. Ah yes, that wonderful BIG-T we call technology! Is it good? Is it bad? Does it allow us to be more creative or does it allow for anyone and their mother to be a film maker/record producer/artist? Tom, Jim, and Dan walk through the steps of production and how technology affects each.There is some other "shit" in there too... cat shit.
Ben Shaw of Milk Bread is in the studio to talk about finding a niche in music! This Providence based singer and sax player talks about how jazz and hip hop influence the music of Milk Bread and how they fit into the music scene as well as keep fans interested.
There's an awfully big commotion these days when it comes to the music industry and pop music. Well, Danny Floyd is here to put it all into perspective and shed some light on the pop scene and what drives him to make the music he does. From metal head to pop producer, we've got some interesting talking points this episode that you don't want to miss!
We've got writer and editor Fallon Masterson on the show this week to talk about print vs web! What are the differences? Tune in for some discussions on writing, motivation, some serious Axl Rose love, and of course... human milk. I mean, what's not to love?!
Jessica Prouty and Cam Pelkey of The Jessica Prouty Band traveled from a distant land, north of the Mass Pike divider, to be on this episode of The Studio Cellar! We sit down to talk about the effects education has on creativity. Does it help or hurt? Tune in to find out the answer along with THE world premiere of "I Know" off of their latest album! You do not want to miss this!
Update: The Philly cheese man has been apprehended...
We've got Ryan and Erik from Fat Foot Films on the show this week and we're talking about DIY film making! These guys have been at it for a while and you'd be surprised at just how much you can accomplish with a roll of duct tape. Be sure to check of their plethora of entertaining films at www.fatfootfilms.com!
Hope you all had a fantastic Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Festivus... Whatever the hell you celebrate, we hope is was wonderful! It's great to be back and we have a lot of new guests in store for 2014. So, without any further adieu let's kick it off with everyone's favorite designer ( at least he's our favorite ) Dennis Cornetta!
The Daves are back again for the season 3 finale! This week Davey Moore and David Begin stop by to talk about independent creative control, what's going on lately with Satellites Fall, and what we can expect in the future. We hope you enjoyed season 3 of The Studio Cellar, we'll be back in January with all new guests! Stay tuned and have safe and happy holidays!
December already? Holy shit... hope all you residents of the United States had a great Thanksgiving. We've got Azwan the on the show this week to talk about creative flow! Plus, an in studio performance of the track "Only In Lonelyville!" Things may get a little silly...
We've got Todd Bowes of Downcity Armory on this episode of The Studio Cellar to talk about the pros and cons of both acoustic and electronic music. Todd discusses some of the challenges and benefits of both worlds and how it translates to the live stage. We also get a chance to play the new Downcity Armory single "Girls <3 Digital."
On this weeks Studio Cellar, Tom and Jim sit down with instrumental rock guitarist Patrick DeCoste. Patrick talks about his career as an independent musician as well as some of the challenges and rewards he's experienced throughout his journey.
Jay's back! Jay Deluca, from The Bear's Den, returns to The Studio Cellar to talk about his recent trip to Haiti. Sitting down with Tom and Jim, he talks about the mission he traveled with, the goals, and accomplishments of his trip as well as what YOU can do to help.
On this week's episode, Tom and Jim sit down with, radio personality, John Laurenti to talk about the world of broadcasting. You do not want to miss this one!