Your Lunch Break Playlist Update

It’s the first Friday of the month and you know what that means; BandCamp Friday, my radio show Your Lunch Break, and the very happy marriage of those two events.

If you aren’t aware, BandCamp is a website that allows artists to sell their music and receive a very fair cut of the profits. One thing that makes BandCamp even more special is that the first Friday of every month they wave their 15% revenue share, giving all but the processing fee to the artist. Which is an incredible act of generosity, especially in an uphill industry for independent artists.

I encourage you to take a look around my BandCamp profile today. Perhaps there is an album or song you don’t own yet that you’ve been itching to obtain!? If you spend just one dollar you can rest well knowing that it is going directly to me!

Today’s episode of Your Lunch Break was special because I was able to give love to BandCamp AND to my friends who’ve got music on the site.

Here is an updated Your Lunch Break Spotify playlist featuring most of the songs I played today. I was unable to add Slash ASH and Secret Creatures because they can only be found on BandCamp, but do check them out. And while this playlist is on Spotify, I highly recommend becoming friendly with BandCamp and discovering all of these amazing artists, and so many more.

“Nothing In The Open” Album Trailer:

Have a look behind the scenes at the making of my second full length album “Nothin In The Open,” out on May 8th 2017.

Featured song: Riverbugs (Theme)

Recorded at: Virtue and Vice Studios (www.virtueandvicestudios.com)

Patrick Mandeville of Divided Line (www.alinedivided.com) filmed and edited this video.

Featuring: Marques Walls on the drums, Alan Stevens Hewitt on the bass, Cian McCarthy on the keys, Jenn Mundia with the vocals, Saum Eskandani with the vocals.

Special thanks to Greg, Angela, Zach, Maggie and Brooks for making a party out of it!

Need something new to listen to? I’ve got plenty of recommendations!

Here are four inspiring friends of mine who’s music has been rolling through my blood as of late. These are great writers/musicians/humanatrainas and I’m lucky to say that I know them.

If you’re in the market for intuitive and interesting new music, take your time and explore each of these artists thoroughly:

Arooj Aftab

 

 

 

Grace McLean

 

 

 

Yellowbirddd

 

 

Cartesian Theater