Bryan and Jason reflect on Bryan’s interview with The DJ Sessions founder and producer Darran Bruce from last week, and share their thoughts on why it’s easy to reveal the stories of others through conversation, yet so difficult to discover and share our own stories.
Episode 79: Darran Bruce on DJ Sessions, Music Rights, Jellicle Cats, and the Importance of Human Connection
Darran Bruce is a producer, live streamer, and podcaster behind The DJ Sessions, a live-stream/podcast series featuring the hottest electronic music DJs with live mixes and interviews streamed live to a global audience. As a Featured Partner on Twitch, The DJ Sessions is Twitch’s only regularly-scheduled, featured, live streaming DJ show. The series has a […]
Episode 78: RECAP - Kylie Rothfield Takeaways, Election 2020, Comfort Content, Chess Drama, and What's Next
Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from last week’s interview with singer, songwriter, and guitarist Kylie Rothfield, weigh in on the election results, talk about their “comfort content,” and preview next week’s interview with “DJ Sessions” producer Darran Bruce.
Kylie Rothfield is a Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and guitarist. After honing her craft in Nashville where she wrote songs and sold out premier venues singing original, soulful, blues-infused pop, she moved to Los Angeles, where she has been featured on NBC’s The Voice (picked by Alicia Keys to coach throughout the season), and Songland […]
Episode 76: RECAP - Mad Respect for Neal Preston, Marijuana Doc Talk, Letterman Love, and What's Next
Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from last week’s amazing chat with legendary rock photographer Neal Preston, review the Netflix documentary Grass Is Greener and Dave Letterman’s second season of My Next Guest, and preview next week’s interview with Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Kylie Rothfied.
Neal Preston is the photographer behind many of the most iconic photos in rock history. He has worked (and toured) with Queen, Led Zeppelin, Whitney Houston, and Bob Dylan to name just a few. His book Neal Preston: Exhilarated and Exhausted is a retrospective of his career. His latest book, Queen: The Neal Preston Photographs, […]
Bryan and Jason discuss highlights from Bryan’s interview with Seattle-based, Cuban-American artist Hugo Moro, mourn the loss of his guitar hero, Eddie Van Halen, review the documentary My Octopus Teacher (Bryan’s favorite documentary from 2020, now streaming on Netflix), and discuss next week’s interview with iconic rock photographer Neal Preston.
Episode 72: Rayka Zehtabchi and Sam Davis on Life After the Oscars and Filming/Directing "A Woman's Place"
Rayka Zehtabchi and Sam Davis are Los Angeles-based filmmakers. Their documentary Period. End of Sentence won an Academy Award for best documentary short in 2019. After their success at the Oscars, Rayka directed and Sam filmed and edited A Woman’s Place which is now streaming on Hulu. A Woman’s Place captures the stories of three […]
Seattle-based Cuban-American studio artist Hugo Moro draws from his childhood experiences in Cuba, his artistic awakening in New York City, and his work as a professor, graphic designer, and art director in Miami, to create unique, eclectic installations, as well as gallery pieces. At Project-106 in Pioneer Square, Hugo currently uses a wide range of […]