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Whether you write music, record music, play music.......or just LOVE music, this podcast is for you! Note: Mix equal parts Top Hill Recording Podcast and bourbon. Visit "One Shot One Mic One Song" on YouTube to hear artists from this podcast recorded live with a minimalist one mic approach from the past. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tophillrecording/support
 
Inspirational conversations with creators about architecture, art, design, entrepreneurship, fashion, film, music, and pop culture. Broadcasted and curated by Unknown Origins. Hosted by Roy Sharples. Unknown Origins is a creative design studio on a mission to save the world from unoriginality by unleashing the power of creativity.
 
A podcast where we will discuss the training, teaching, health and education of mixed martial arts. Hosted by Sonny Brown, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, competitor and coach who is also a 3 times Australian MMA Champion. He also runs the Sonny Brown Martial Arts YouTube Channel which breaks down MMA & Grappling competitors matches and careers. The podcast aims to provide insights to anyone looking to learn more about the teaching and training of martial arts.
 
New York based saxophonist and music producer, Thomas Hutchings and professional trombonist/entertainer Jonathan Arons discuss life in the entertainment industry, music, art and culture with musicians and people that support the music and entertainment industry. Sharing stories and lessons learned navigating the gig economy as creative, performing artists trying to connect, survive and thrive. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the official policy or ...
 
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Steven W. Pedigo is an expert in economic and urban development, city strategy, anchor engagement, and placemaking. Steven has advised and collaborated with more than 50 cities, universities, developers, nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies across the globe to build more creative, innovative, and inclusive communities. Creativity Without Frontiers…
 
Founded in July 2016 by Kentucky songwriter Billy Swayze, Thunder Sound Studio quickly became one of Kentucky’s premiere destination studios. Thunder Sound is a fully equipped analog and digital complex in the Franklin, Kentucky countryside, just 45 minutes north of Nashville recording studios and Music Row. Seth Pedigo, affectionately called "Para…
 
The London-based Vermont-born singer/fiddler/banjoist/guitarist and scion of a family of shape-note singers, Sam Amidon, has a reputation for having collected, re-imagined, and performed American traditional tunes or other folk music, in addition to collaborations with Kronos Quartet and composer Nico Muhly. In spring of 2017, Amidon released his f…
 
Mixing elements of R&B and soul with their jazz roots, Kiana & the Sun Kings make music that is modern yet timeless, energetic yet contemplative. Their ultimate goal is to create music that is equal in complexity and simplicity, crafting sounds for the jazz player and casual listener alike. The Sun Kings were founded by vocalist Kiana Del as she wa…
 
Songwriter Aimee Mann left her successful major label band Til Tuesday back in the early 1990's and never looked back. Her stunning recording resume includes classic songs from "Magnolia," include the Oscar-nominated "Save Me", as well as numerous records, released on her own label. Many of her slow, bruising, crafty, and catchy songs may shine wit…
 
Beirut-based indie-rock band Mashrou’ Leila tackles taboo topics - political corruption, same-sex love, religion (inter-religious marriage), and Middle Eastern feminism. Their catchy and danceable Arabic pop songs are full of guitars, drum machines, samples, violin and frontman Hamed Sinno’s sensual voice. In the years since they first formed in 20…
 
The Mexican singer-songwriter and arranger Silvana Estrada offers poeticism and a fresh take on traditional folk music resulting in a deeply heartfelt and lyrical sound which may tug at the heartstrings. A multi-instrumentalist raised in a musical home in the mountain town of Veracruz, she plays the Venezuelan cuatro (a four-stringed guitar) in man…
 
From opera singer to celebrity and fashion photographer Bertie Watson makes images as a visual language by capturing snapshots in time for Swarovski, GQ Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Hello! Magazine, Empire Magazine, BAFTA, Deadline Hollywood, Lacoste, L’Oréal, The Wall Street Journal, Roland Mouret, Watches of Switzerland, The British Fashion Council,…
 
Tim Greenhalgh is the Chief Creative Officer at Landor & Fitch where he steers the creative direction globally for this brand transformation company. Tim has been awarded for his work from the likes of LEGO, McLaren, and Harrods. He has also been a judge and advisor for many awards and industry bodies, including the DBA and D&AD’s International Adv…
 
Guitarist and singer Margaret Glaspy released her album Emotions and Math in 2016, and promptly found herself on a whole bunch of year-end lists of the best albums of the year, including those of the New York Times and NPR. It’s not hard to hear why – at times Glaspy snarls her way through love’s trials and travails, while her guitar snarls and thu…
 
I talk to Sam Kressin, a Black Belt in BJJ who also trained extensively with catch wrestling legend Billy Robinson. Sam is also a talented visual artist who holds a degree in exercise and sports science. We discuss how he came to find jiu-jitsu and catch wrestling in his martial arts journey and his time spent training both, and the process of comb…
 
John Doe is a musician, actor, and author, and one of the founding fathers of the L.A. punk scene with his band X, which continues to this day. He has co-authored and collected first-hand accounts of L.A. punk experiences in the book, Under the Big Black Sun. John Doe has also done country and folk music with his other band The Knitters, and releas…
 
Steve Lillywhite is a multi-award-winning music-making pioneer, and Commander of the Order of the British Empire, whose iconic work spans over four decades, producing over 500 records including The Scream by Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Crossing by Big Country, Peter Gabriel by Peter Gabriel, Sparkle in the Rain by Simple Minds, The Joshua Tree b…
 
The west coast-based sound-maker and experimenter Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith weaves melodic patterns and pulses, using various analogue synthesizers – like the rare EMS Synthi 100 synthesizer, a vintage Buchla modular synthesizer, earning her a fun title as a composer and producer – “synthesist.” On Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's 2017 album, The Kid, she craft…
 
I talk to Andy From School Of Grappling about the book "Mind Over Muscle: Writings From The Founder Of Judo" By Jigoro Kano. We explore the philosophy of Judo as written and explained by Kano while also discussing his views on physical education and the principles of Judo including mutual benefit and maximum efficiency in energy use. We also discus…
 
Gary Burt and Roy Sharples discuss some of the most provocative stories from 2021 that are the signposts for change of what is to come in 2022 and beyond—bringing together news, events, fashion, films, architecture, design, economics, politics, socio-culture, technology, and creative practice that influenced pop culture. Creativity Without Frontier…
 
Listen to London’s Afrofuturist jazz masters Sons of Kemet, New York-based poet, composer, and stutterer JJJJJerome Ellis, and the custom baritone guitar of South African Guy Buttery. AND you must see and hear the prepared guitar of Sardinian composer, ethnomusicologist, and instrument builder Paolo Angeli, who filmed a beautiful remote session on …
 
Hear/Watch some of the 2021 highlights for the Soundcheck Podcast by Amsterdam-based Turkish psych band Altin Gün, London pianist and soundscape artist Neil Cowley, composer/vocalist/pianist Samora Pinderhughes’ art/protest songs, and Guatemalan cellist Mabe Fratti. Plus, singer and guitarist Torres and her band, live from The Greene Space. - Caryn…
 
The Highlanders Band got its start when co-founders Colin O’Daniel, Sam Olshansky, and Sam Coryell played a show for their employer's summer music concert on a whim. From there, they went on to recruit soulful keyboardist Beck O’Daniel (Colin's brother), as well as lead guitarist Jake McKean and drummer Conner Goldsmith. The six man group built qui…
 
Los Angeles-born, Virginia-based singer-songwriter Angelica Garcia harnesses some country-blues twang, playing songs from her debut full-length, "Medicine for Birds," live, with her full band, in the studio. She taps into the magnolia trees, starry skies, and the ghosts of gothic Americana, written in her newfound isolation of a dusty old parish ho…
 
Clara Blume, Ph.D., is an Oakland-based artist, cultural diplomat, and researcher. As head of the Open Austria Art + Tech Lab, she curates artworks that explore the interplay of human and artificial creativity. As a professional musician and singer/songwriter, Blume was invited to tour Europe and the US. Apollo - The International Art Magazine most…
 
Roy Sharples is Founder and CEO of Unknown Origins, a creative design studio on a mission to save the world from unoriginality by unleashing the power of creativity. Author of "Creativity Without Frontiers: How to make the invisible visible by lighting the way into the future." Curator of the community-driven storytelling platform that provides eve…
 
From Copenhagen to being a runner in Hollywood to a serial creative at advertising and brand agencies, media and entertainment companies; Zupa, KesselsKramer, GREY London, Adam & Eve DDB, Channel 4, Uncommon Creative Studio, and now the Executive Creative Director at the BBC, Rasmus Smith Bech leads the creative output across all BBC campaigns and …
 
Kelly talks about her background, education and how she got to the Allen County Extension Service. Also, she includes a very interesting discussion on the different services that Family Consumer Sciences offers, plus some new and innovative projects she's working on and will be implementing at the beginning of 2022. It's a very informative and educ…
 
Sam Lee is much more than a musician - he's a storyteller. In "Blackbird," from his album The Fade In Time, his deep croons and intricate vocals breathe life into forgotten stories, drawing you into a colorful and heart-wrenching world. The album title is appropriate, since he collects traditional English songs and repurposes them for a new place a…
 
Peter Hinssen is a serial entrepreneur, advisor, keynote speaker, and author. Peter is one of the most sought-after thought leaders on radical innovation, leadership, and the impact of all things digital on society and business. He lectures at various business schools such as the London Business School (UK) and MIT in Boston. Peter has founded nexx…
 
Sadie McKinlay is Head of Development for the Edinburgh International Festival, where she raises funds to enable this annual celebration of the performing arts, working with sponsors, donors, and trust & foundation supporters to create meaningful and valuable partnerships that support the presentation of music, drama, and dance in theatres and conc…
 
Carl Stuck is a songwriter and musician from Louisville, Ky. A staple on the Louisville music scene for years, he is currently involved in multiple musical projects including a solo acoustic based project under his own name and a rock project called Splintered Mind with fellow Louisvillian Phil Bright. During the COVID shutdown, Carl ran a nightly …
 
Lou Reed. Dr. John. Bruce Springsteen. John Cale. Levon Helm. Garland Jeffreys has collaborated with all of them, and his gravelly voice, roots-rock DNA, and trenchant writing has always channeled the best bits of each of them. A recording artist since the 1960s, Brooklyn native Jeffreys has had more career ups (and downs) than most artists can dre…
 
Kahi (@instakahi) is a waterman from Oahu, HI. He's also on a mission to save and bring awareness to the state of our oceans with his role at Parley.tv. We talk the vibe difference between surf and foil, crowds, downwind, what it takes to make the A-team, his love of Takuma, and a possible big reveal???…
 
Chris Kay has had a truly global career that has led him from London to Sydney to Los Angeles to Asia Pacific, and now back to London as the CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi. He has consistently led brands and companies into exponential growth, most recently doubling the size of 72andSunny LA as it became one of FastCompany's most creative companies global…
 
London-based dance music artist, classically trained pianist/composer, and Chicago native Kate Simko, along with the London Electronic Orchestra, combine harp, violin, cello & laptop, live in the studio. Layers of clubby electronics and keyboards support delicate harp, violin and cello melodies. Altogether, the result is a buoyant, airy, and uplift…
 
I talk to Rob From McDojoLife. Rob has been a lifelong martial artist with a black belt in Karate and a Purple Belt in Jiu-Jitsu. McDojo life has a massive social media presence that you have likely seen before where it exposes fakes, frauds and phoneys of the martial arts industries. We discuss the elements that make a McDojo, the warning signs an…
 
Tanya Denning-Orman, a proud Birri and Guugu Yimidhirr woman from Central and North Queensland, who leads National Indigenous Television (NITV), an Australian channel dedicated to Indigenous voices, overseeing its diverse and innovative multiplatform content, since it joined Special Broadcasting Service's (SBS) in 2012, and more recently became SBS…
 
With an unrestricted freedom of musical expression that is self-described as "Denim psych", Dinero Romero, from Louisville, Kentucky is ready to show everyone the far-out sonic landscape they have up their sleeves. Made up of members of several well-known Louisville acts (The Last Origin, Blind Feline, Brewing Pines, and Punkin), this 7 piece, deni…
 
Leadership means removing barriers and having a bias for action to make meaningful work happen, and nurturing talented people to capitalize on their passions and strengths by unleashing the power of creativity to achieve self-actualization. Sara Nagy has spent the last 25 years as a business leader at Microsoft and as an entrepreneur, where she bui…
 
Singer, guitarist, songwriter, and label owner, Jennifer O’Connor has gone from acoustic guitar to plugged-in rockenroll band and now to crafting nostalgic-sounding Logic-based songs in her 20-year career. Her latest album is the perhaps misleadingly-titled Born at the Disco, recorded in large part by O’Connor herself at home, upending her usual pr…
 
Few people know more filmmakers and screenwriters than Elliot Grove. Elliot is the founder of the Raindance Film Festival, British Independent Film Awards, and the Raindance London Film School. He has produced over 700 hundred short films and five feature films: the multi-award-winning The Living and the Dead (2006), Deadly Virtues (2013), AMBER (2…
 
Andrew Dobbie founded the global strategic brand agency, MadeBrave, with £1,000 of personal cash in the bank and a two-week-old baby at home – very brave, and as everyone knows, bravery always pays off. A Photographer and Graphic Designer by trade, he has 20 years of experience in the creative industry. With a turnover of circa £5.5m, MadeBrave hel…
 
Since forming back around the turn of this century, the New Pornographers have consistently been one of indie rock’s top attractions - reliable purveyors of big hooks, anthemic choruses, and Technicolor orchestrations. The band is a supergroup of sorts, with a mutable lineup of singers and instrumentalists, but the first among equals has always bee…
 
Alicia Samuel is the Senior Vice President of Information Technology at Holt Renfrew, considered Canada's fashion and lifestyle retailer. Alicia has over 25 years of experience in technology leadership and innovation expertise by connecting people, processes, and technologies to deliver outcomes that support the goals of businesses at several Canad…
 
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