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Join Jeremy Bolm, vocalist of Touché Amoré and founder of the record label Secret Voice, for his latest project, The First Ever Podcast. This is an honest look at the humble beginnings of all kinds of different artists - from actors and musicians to poets and photographers. Through conversation, Jeremy explores how their first experiences with their art form lead them to where they are today. In today’s world of instant gratification, it’s important to be reminded that not everything happens ...
 
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Jeremy talks to Thirdface vocalist Kathyrn Edwards. During this podcast the two discuss growing up in Mississippi, moving to Nashville for College, the music she grew up around and learning piano, playing clarinet in the high school band, learning how to play bass, the formation of Donors, discovering pop punk, the box music video channel, fall out…
 
Jeremy talks to Architects vocalist Sam Carter. During this podcast the two discuss their time touring together opening for Rise Against and what they learned from that experience going forward, growing up in Brighton, his first drum kit, Nirvana and Blink 182’s influence, seeing The Ataris live, the first show he played, how the first time he sang…
 
Jeremy talks to Singer/Songwriter Julien Baker. During this podcast the two discuss running in Los Angeles with the bad air quality, the release of Little Oblivions, not being able to tour right away, Green Day, bringing an acoustic to the mall, hiding music from your parents, learning piano, her first guitar, teaching herself the solo from a My Ch…
 
Jeremy talks to Musician and Visual Artist Yvette Young of Covet. During this podcast the two discuss how it was living on campus at UCLA, trying to write Baroque classical music, her love for The Darkness, learning instruments at an early age, her first band Astrochasm, her first show at Jerry’s Pizza in Bakersfield, the early stages of making art…
 
Jeremy talks to TV Director and Writer Eric Appel (The Office, Silicon Valley, Brooklyn 99, The Andy Milonakis Show, Son of Zorn, and more) During this podcast the two discuss Los Angeles commutes, Burbank, growing up in Endicott NY, Monty Python, Moron Movies, MTV’s The State, going to school for animation, attending and participating in improv sh…
 
Jeremy talks to singer / songwriter Cecilia Della Peruti who makes music under Gothic Tropic and has been a touring member for artists including Beck, Charlie XCX and more! During this podcast the two discuss the beach, New Jersey, having parents that are both classically trained performers, her introduction to Bjork, finding her voice by impersona…
 
Jeremy talks to music video director and musician Ian Shelton who’s band Regional Justice Center has a new album called “Crime and Punishment” out March 5th, 2021 on Closed Casket Activities. During this podcast the two discuss being next door neighbors at their rehearsal spot and the pros and cons of a Los Angeles practice space environment, movin…
 
Jeremy talks to singer/songwriter Christian Lee Hutson, who released Jeremy’s favorite album of 2020 “Beginners” on Anti Records. During this episode they discuss Promising Young Woman and movies getting lost to Covid, Blink 182, nylon-string acoustics, guitar tablature, alternate tunings, the talent show he played with Elliot from Touche Amore, fi…
 
Jeremy talks to Chris Farren - The Florida raised / Los Angeles living musician known for his solo work as well as his bands Antarctigo Vespucci and Fake Problems. During this episode the two discuss moving from Michigan to Florida at 7 years old, connecting his teenage angst to Korn in the TRL era, the impact of musicals such as Jesus Christ Super…
 
Jeremy talks to Chase Mason, Arizona based musician and artist who has played in bands such as Gatecreeper, Spirit Adrift, and more. During this episode they discuss growing up in Phoenix, Arizona, first connecting with music through his family's love of The Beatles, going to see Paul McCartney on his 3rd birthday, the importance of Jimmy Eat World…
 
Jeremy talks to Kayla Phillips, Nashville based musician and Foxie Cosmetics owner. During this episode they discuss growing up in Austin, Texas, learning about veganism at 14, first finding punk and hardcore in first grade, getting into Blink 182 at daycare, how Austin has a great music scene, discovering new music on the radio, always having crus…
 
Jeremy talks to Halley Gross, LA-based writer and actor who won the Best Narrative award for her work on The Last Of Us Part II at the 2020 Game Awards. During this episode they discuss Halley being born and raised in Florida, New Jersey, how playing video games as a kid sparked her interest in media, writing apocalyptic short stories, her love of …
 
Jeremy talks to Lindsey Byrnes, LA-based photographer and creative director who has shot for / ran campaigns and editorials for the likes of Nylon, Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Kerrang, Chanel, The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Good Dye Young and many others. During this episode they discuss the time when Lindsey photographed Touché Amoré, gr…
 
Jeremy talks to Jordan Dreyer - writer and lead singer of La Dispute who released their fifth studio album, Panorama, in March 2019. During this episode they discuss the COVID-19 vaccine, how Jordan discovered Neil Young and Bob Dylan early in life by digging through his dad’s vinyl collection, Jordan’s cousin and bandmate Brad Vander Lugt, getting…
 
During this episode Michael talks growing up in Ohio, early memories of television being the X-Men cartoon, finding punk through ska, spending a school year in Africa, working at a record store when he returned to the US, starting a band which he eventually left to do theater, moving to the UK to study at LAMDA, auditioning for television shows whi…
 
Jeremy talks to Alexis Marshall, vocalist for Daughters. Alexis also recently released a poetry collection in collaboration with Dan Darrah titled Moving Windows, available now through Secret Voice. During this episode they discuss how Alexis moved around a lot in childhood, getting kicked out of school, going to gigs in venues throughout Providenc…
 
Jeremy talks to Ben Walsh, founding member of the band Tigers Jaw, who are set to release their sixth studio album I Won't Care How You Remember Me in March 2021. During this episode they discuss how COVID has affected touring, the recent US presidential election, Ben’s move from Scranton to Philadelphia, connecting with church music early in life,…
 
Jeremy talks to Jillian Evelyn, LA-based artist and designer whose paintings explore the struggle of womanhood and the anxiety that arises from societal pressures, During this episode they discuss growing up in rural Michigan, the difficulties of discovering new music in a small town pre-internet, Jillian’s parent’s careers, connecting with art thr…
 
Jeremy talks to Graham Elliot, award-winning chef and restaurateur known for his work on the MasterChef TV series. During this episode they discuss cooking for Thanksgiving dinner, Graham’s favourite ‘quick and easy’ recipes, Neil Young, how Instagram is changing the restaurant industry, growing up in a Navy family, moving to Virginia Beach and bec…
 
Jeremy talks to Bartees Strange, producer and singer/songwriter who released his debut album, Live Forever, in October 2020. During this episode they discuss recording Live Forever, Bartees’ experiences growing up in a military family and traveling throughout his childhood, being exposed to church music early in life, discovering Jimi Hendrix, gett…
 
Jeremy talks to Chloe Chaidez, lead vocalist for Kitten and star of the Netflix documentary series ‘I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry’. During this episode they discuss their favourite podcasts, WTF with Marc Maron, when Chloe met Jeremy at the post office, why Chloe decided to move to New York at 18, Avril Lavigne’s debut album Let Go, Chloe’s dad’s…
 
Jeremy talks to Ross Robinson, renowned producer that has worked with The Cure, Korn Slipknot, and more. In this episode they discuss Ross’s mothers love for music and how he has fond memories of his entire family singing at every event, how his mom gave birth through an epidermal which allowed them to party with the doctor, his older brothers love…
 
Jeremy talks to Claudio Sanchez, lead singer and guitarist for Coheed & Cambria. During this episode they discuss how Claudio was captivated by the artists he saw on MTV growing up, his parent’s diverse taste in music, being invited to watch Sting perform, how Star Wars influenced Coheed and Cambria’s concept albums, the story behind Claudio’s firs…
 
Jeremy talks to Tim Williams, vocalist for Vision of Disorder. During this episode they discuss Tim’s early love of singing, growing up listening to Mötley Crüe and Twisted Sister, hanging out at Island Sound records in Long Island, collecting rare band posters, the pivotal influence of Jim Morrison and The Doors on Tim’s career, recording his firs…
 
Jeremy talks to Nathan Ellis, musician and member of the bands Coalesce, The Casket Lottery, and Able Baker Fox. During this episode they discuss Nathan's experiences growing up in Kansas City, how his older sister influenced his taste in music by introducing him to The Smiths and The Cure, Nathan’s uncle’s passion for building steel guitars, getti…
 
Jeremy talks to Courtney Coles, Los Angeles-based photographer and visual storyteller. During this episode they discuss the challenges lockdown poses for artists and creatives, how Courtney discovered Touché Amoré, finding new music on Myspace during its heyday, how Courtney’s parent’s focus on education made it difficult for her to go to gigs, The…
 
Jeremy talks to Dan Smith, musician and tattoo artist known for his work on the LA Ink series. During this episode they discuss Dan’s experiences moving from Middlesbrough in the UK to New Zealand when he was 6 years old, how he first got into drawing by sketching soccer team logos, Dan’s dad’s impressive record collection, discovering punk and har…
 
Jeremy talks to Alex Pardee, renowned artist and illustrator. During this episode they discuss the newspaper comic strips that influenced Alex as a child, The Far Side cartoons by Gary Larson, how a mental health crisis led to Alex finding refuge in drawing, the influence of horror movies on his work, and the time he sneakily stayed up to watch Cre…
 
Jeremy talks to American Idol star and solo performer Alejandro Aranda, AKA Scarypoolparty. During this episode they discuss how Alejandro first got into music by listening to his uncle play covers of the Beatles, and how he became totally obsessed with guitar to the point where he was practicing up to nine hours a day. The pair also talk about the…
 
Jeremy talks to Tim Kasher, frontman of the bands Cursive and The Good Life. During this episode they discuss Tim’s recent birthday, how Tim’s family exposed him to lots of different music throughout childhood, forming a cover band and playing homecoming gigs to save up cash, Tim’s “magical” first recording experience at a brilliant home studio, le…
 
Jeremy talks to Patrick Kindlon, a comic-book writer and musician. During this episode they discuss how Patrick first got into comic books at the age of four, his favourite comic books and why he thinks they are still so popular. Partick also delves into his life whilst attending catholic school, becoming interested in music after listening to Elvi…
 
Jeremy talks to Madeline Horwath, artist and cartoonist for The New Yorker. During this episode they discuss how Madeline got into satire, Jon Stewart vs Trevor Noah on The Daily Show, the time Jeremy played a show at Madeline’s local record store, interning for a fashion designer working on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, how Crispin Glover …
 
Jeremy talks to Nick Steinhardt, graphic designer and guitarist for Touché Amoré. During this episode they discuss how Nick picked up both art and music at an early age, Nick’s Dad’s dream of becoming a DJ, drawing artistic inspiration from cartoons like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, learning art formally at a studio, becoming a summer teaching ass…
 
Jeremy talks to Andy Hull, lead singer and songwriter for Manchester Orchestra, Bad Books, and Right Away, Great Captain! During this episode they discuss Andy’s early love of church music and acapella harmonies, the soundtrack to the 1993 film The Firm, Andy’s grandparent’s prolific gospel group The Joymakers, struggling with piano lessons and mus…
 
Jeremy talks to Atiba Jefferson, acclaimed skateboarder and photographer, with a catalogue spanning both the sports and entertainment industries. During this episode they discuss growing up in Manitou Springs, Atiba’s twin brother Ako, discovering punk and skateboarding at the same time, hanging out and skating at Acacia Park, being influenced by S…
 
Jeremy talks to Will Yip, renowned multi-genre music producer and founder of the record label Memory Music. During this episode they discuss how Will captured Touché Amoré and Self Defense Family recording together in one room for their collaborative Self Love EP, growing up in Philadelphia, discovering The Chronic by Dr Dre and falling in love wit…
 
Jeremy talks to Reba Meyers, guitarist, vocalist and founding member of the hardcore band, Code Orange. During this episode they discuss early musical rivalries with siblings, finding punk, becoming part of a subculture, transitioning from flute to guitar, founding Code Orange Kids, getting dropped off by parents to play house party shows, touring …
 
Jeremy talks to Brendan Yates, Turnstile frontman and drummer for Trapped Under Ice. During this episode they discuss the coronavirus lockdown, making cassette mixtapes on a boombox radio, first instruments, jamming with friends after school, improvising cover songs at Brendan’s first show, recording tracks at a neighbour’s home studio, Trapped Und…
 
Join Jeremy Bolm, vocalist of Touché Amoré, for his brand new show, The First Ever Podcast. This podcast is all about exploring the humble beginnings of world-renowned artists of all types - from actors and musicians to poets and photographers. Each episode features a different guest sharing the origins of their creative journey and the keys to suc…
 
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