Jan 11, 2019
I built a music blog from nothing last year. Less than 12 months later, we are getting up to 200 submissions per week, and we average 2 blog features per day. I have heard so much great music this year that I started showcasing my favorite songs. If you want to be featured on this podcast, please visit here.
Today we are talking about how artists are able to define themselves around a song, using the lyrics and the context to create their own sound and personality. We also look at personal dichotomies that can be helpful for anyone to get a handle on some of their own 'mismatch' problems. We discuss the ideas of Malcolm Gladwell, portions of a speech from MLK, and how some things never go out of style.
We hear songs from:
Phil Good - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0ODdd5MWj4
Leah Capelle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-f7jc8YHtU
Old Nobodaddy - https://youtu.be/s8iwEPjzcXc
We want to say thanks to all of the artists who were kind enough to let us hear their songs and put them in the podcast.
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