Performing Arts Podcasts
Get psyched for the premier festival in the PNW with The Official Sasquatch! Festival Podcast. Running up to Sasquatch, our host John Norris brings you artist interviews, behind the scenes news, captivating discussions with Seattle music insiders, and then reports direct from the festival. Listen to exclusive content you won’t find anywhere else.
From Los Angeles, CA, musician and content creator Huei-Yuan Pan gives listeners a glimpse into the inner workings of artists, teachers, and creators. Origin stories of how they got their start and ended up where they are now. Listen as they share their search for success and purpose. From Artists Interests Publishing, casual coffee shop conversations with people Huei admires.
By Huei-Yuan Pan
<p>The Night Time Show Podcast is a talk show where Comedians Stephen Kramer Glickman, Matt Walker, Mike Black, Mike Glazer, and Robbie Carlysle interview influential people, comedy gurus and blatant liars. Tune in for entertaining celebrity stories and secret behind-the-scenes dirt straight from Hollywood.</p>
By Stephen Kramer Glickman
<p>Had it not been for the introduction of podcasts into my life, my second album could well have been ready six months sooner. Who knows, maybe even seven. The world of podcasts has been an extremely welcome and comforting distraction from reality. Listening to interesting people talk to other interesting people about interesting things. New ideas, old ideas, thinkers and dreamers.</p><p><br></p><p>A lot of the shows I enjoy are comedians talking to other comedians, candid accounts of their experiences in the industry they work in. I find them inspiring and often relieving. To hear entertainers, talk so openly about the highs and the lows of performance feels like something that hasn’t really happened before and, personally, as a performer, it’s something that really helps me. </p><p><br></p><p>I began looking for musical equivalents: honest, long form conversations between two musicians, the unquestionable highs of creating and performing, alongside honesty regarding things they have struggled with along the way. At the time of digging, nothing jumped out at me. I sat on the idea for some time before finally plucking up the courage to try and do it myself and went out and purchased the gear necessary for me to travel and record at the drop of a hat.</p><p><br></p><p>So far it has been better than I could have ever imagined. I travel to my guests wherever they may be and it is just the two of us in the room. After the initial ten minutes of chat we both loosen up and start to share stories and experiences from our time on the road.</p><p><br></p><p>What started as a labour of love and somewhat of a passion project is shaping up to be one of the best and fulfilling projects I’ve ever been a part of. I hope you find it as interesting and fun to listen to, as it was to make.</p>
By George Ezra
Distinct Poplar is a twice monthly young adult (YA) short story series of dark fantasy and storybook horror, written and illustrated by Matt Herzberg. Distinct Poplar takes place in a sprawling city, where the supernatural and fantastic things are common place. This vast metropolis looks and feels like a fairy tale kingdom come to life and thrusted unceremoniously into the modern era. Here, people practically live on top of one another, covered in the grime and hardships of everyday city living, and always keeping an eye out for the dark and sinister things awaiting just around the corner. Here you will find six-legged rat creatures, neighborhood swallowing storms, and cats who stalk children...hungry for their laughter. Beware monsters who live in the old haunted house down the street. And remember that advice from a talking turtle found in the sewer could save your life! In this stinking city, sometimes a kid's got to take matters into their own hands, in order to survive.
By Matt Herzberg