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Hello, this is Dev, and Im here to introduce you to ‘Devin Townsend Podcast’ - A monthly series of observations about the process of writing and creating music. This new version of the podcast will shift focus slightly and move on from simply talking about my past records, and instead focus on a real time observation of the next ones. I have a fair amount of experience to offer, however rather than trying to come across as some sort of a 'self help' character, I feel that theres enough peopl ...
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Guitarist/Bassist & Songwriter from Southern California. Genres: Alternative Rock, Grunge, Classic Rock, Progressive Rock Influences: Jimmy Page, Alex Lifeson, David Torn, Allan Holdsworth, Devin Townsend, The Edge, Adrian Belew Favorite bands: Led Zeppelin, Rush, Tea Party, Tool, King Crimson, Mars Volta Other instruments played: Bass, Percussion, Saz, Sitar, Gamelan instruments
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Every week, I explore (and more importantly EXPLAIN!) music, filmmaking, and the other creative arts. Personal tastes are not technique. I don’t waste our time with the same old circular “it was good because I liked it because it was good.” No sir! I deconstruct and reverse engineer composition, screenwriting, and how to correctly pronounce the word “folks.” Who am I? I’m Carl King: musician, animated show creator, and author. You might even remember me as Sir Millard Mulch or Dr. Zoltan. I’ ...
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Occupy The Void with Xtina and Tim

Christina Rowatt and Tim Charles

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Mental health, making music and staying alive. Explore intimate, vulnerable and fascinating stories from major music artists on their real-life challenges, triumphs, and how they've navigated the world while making art. Hosted by Christina Rowatt and Tim Charles.
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Stairway to Eleven

Stairway to Eleven

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Stairway to Eleven is a must-listen podcast for any fan of rock music. Each episode covers several rock albums, delving into their history, production, and impact on the genre. The hosts are knowledgeable and passionate about rock music, and their discussions are engaging and insightful. Whether you're a die-hard fan of classic rock or a newcomer to the genre, this podcast has something for everyone. Through their in-depth analysis, the hosts provide listeners with a newfound appreciation fo ...
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Hey, hello! My name is Justin, the host of Next Album Please! The podcast and review show that's primary focus is music and the artists behind that music! https://linktr.ee/nappodcastandreviews Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nextalbumplease/support
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Jon Harris is the founder and host of the Rock Metal Podcast. Together we get to go behind the scenes into what goes into producing records and making music as we interview some of our favourite and soon-to-be-favourite bands. We often walk away with bonus tips, insider secrets, and what Jon likes to call 'Heavy Hitters' that can help improve your life. Get in touch by emailing us at TheRockMetalPodcast@gmail.com, let us know what you think, we'd love to hear from you. You can also head over ...
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Metal Dissection Podcast is where we dissect metal. We rip apart albums, lyrics and important people within metal to try and gain a deeper insight into the lessor known aspects of each. New episodes each month. We release weekly episodes of several podcast series including: Notorious Metal - where we explore crime, scandal and intrigue in the world of metal. Metal in Movies - where we dissect all things metal in the world of cinema Metal Millennium - where we look into the biggest moments in ...
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Music Business Facts- with Rodney Holder

Inspiring interviews with successful music industry experts

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Successful music industry experts share their secrets, insights and strategies on how to establish a career and monetize your passion within the music business. Whether you're an aspiring performer, songwriter, manager, promoter, indie label, studio owner or music entrepreneur, every episode of music business facts will give you the industry truths on how best to succeed in the music industry.
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Musician Devin Townsend reflects on mental health, mental illness, emphathy, trauma, the musical creative process, creating a meditation practice and the life-changing impact of psychedelics. Devin has created over 30 albums of music that defies the simplistic "heavy" tag and operates in its own sonic realm of emotional expresssion and experimentat…
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For this episode, I was fortunate to talk to Jordan Rudess, whom I’ve become friendly with throughout our time together on tour. He’s a fantastic mind who has unique takes on some of the thoughts I’ve been bashing around. I hope you enjoy it :) Devin Listen to the podcast here: https://devin-townsend.lnk.to/Podcast This podcast is brought to you by…
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Stephen Brodsky of Cave In talks about the magic of Kurt Cobain and his long journey of grief and recovery six years after the death of his talented bassist and friend, Caleb Scofield. In the second half of the show, hosts Tim and Christina delve deep into their own experiences of grief, lost loved ones and finding solace in the aftermath.…
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Rou Reynolds of UK band Enter Shikari reflects on why capitalist society couldn't be a worse system for our mental health and how we could break the system to save the planet and our minds. He also reflects on what being open about his struggles did for his connection with his fans. As Rou says, "society's push for self interest, for competition, o…
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Lzzy Hale and Arejay Hale of Halestorm discuss overcoming depression and anxiety, connecting with the magic within, accepting yourself, the merits of therapy and medication, changing your inner voice and being the mental health “cycle breakers” in their family.By Christina Rowatt and Tim Charles
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Welcome to the 11th episode of the Stairway to Eleven rock music podcast, where we venture into the vibrant sonic realms of three extraordinary albums: Devin Townsend Project's dynamic "Addicted," Humble Pie's enduring classic "Smokin'," and The Tea Party's enigmatic gem "Splendor Solis." Join us on a voyage through these diverse yet equally enthra…
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Episode 6 is with an artist named Blindboy out of Ireland who has created some of my favorite content over the past few years. From his band ‘The Rubberbandits’ to his numerous tv shows, podcast and books, he’s a great hang and unafraid to investigate the same sort of stuff I like to think about. To those wondering about the ads for Inside Out band…
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Nergal, the singer/guitarist from Polish extreme metal band Behemoth, shares his story of life after recovering from leukemia, the Behemoth musical renaissance that followed his experiences with his own mortality, why he moves on stage the way he does, some sure-fire strategies to lift your mood wherever you are in the world and if dance is somethi…
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Iconic Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor talks about how being open with the fans about his struggles with mental illness changed the way he handled the issue with his loved ones, shares what he thinks is missing from the discussion around bipolar disorder, explores the connection between his state of mind and his lyrics, and reflects on surviving som…
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In episode #10 of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, the hosts discuss another three iconic albums: "Red" by King Crimson, "Floodland" by The Sisters of Mercy, and "Electric" by The Cult. The episode touches upon the progressive rock brilliance of King Crimson's "Red," the gothic and atmospheric elements of The Sisters of Mercy's "Floodland," and the …
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Mike Keneally is the guest for this episode. He’s been a very positive influence in my life and we’ve been working together for a few years now. His insights are both fearless and practical. Devin Listen to the podcast here: https://devin-townsend.lnk.to/Podcast This podcast is brought to you by InsideOutMusic. Listen to & order 'Insanium' by Whom …
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In the latest pulse-pounding episode of Stairway to Eleven, our hosts take listeners on another journey through the realms of rock history. From Motley Crue's defiant rebellion in "Shout at the Devil" to Yes's heaviest rocking album at the time, "Drama," and the cosmic mysteries woven by Blue Oyster Cult in "Fire of Unknown Origin," each album is d…
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For this months interview, I talked with guitarist Joe Satriani. Not only a commercially successful artist, but also a very effective teacher. His methodology seems deceptively simple yet clearly effective. Hes been a solid person and very down to earth throughout all our interactions and I appreciate his process. Please enjoy =) - Dev Listen to th…
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In this episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, the hosts dive into the realms of instrumental virtuosity, progressive rock, and legendary anthems as they explore three seminal albums: Joe Satriani's "Surfing with the Alien," Porcupine Tree's "Stupid Dream," and Queen's "Innuendo." From Satriani's mind-bending guitar solos to Porcupine Tree's at…
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Hey all, for the third episode, (and second interview) of The Devin Townsend Podcast, I'm interviewing renowned guitarist Tosin Abasi about his creative process. I'm fascinated by what makes artists tick, and as I continue down the path of interviewing people (there's some great guests lined up) I really enjoy getting insights into the minds of peo…
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In the latest episode of the Stairway to Eleven rock music podcast, the discussion kicks off with a deep dive into Def Leppard's Pyromania, unpacking the album's groundbreaking blend of hard rock and pop sensibilities. The journey continues with Tears For Fears' critically acclaimed Songs from the Big Chair, examining its emotional depth and enduri…
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For the second episode, I am attempting the process of interviewing someone else about their process and seeing how they navigate the same stumbling blocks we all do. Steve Vai was the obvious guest based on our history and my relationship with him. If this works, I may attempt to interview other artists I know about this topic in hopes it can shed…
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In Episode 6 of the Stairway to Eleven rock music podcast we delve into Van Halen's iconic "Fair Warning," exploring the raw energy and virtuosic guitar work that defined the band's sound. Genesis' "Foxtrot" is examined for its progressive rock brilliance, taking listeners on a musical odyssey through intricate compositions and storytelling. Lastly…
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The DTPodcast is intended as a real time counterpart to the making of one of my projects. In this inaugural episode, (prior to getting into the nuts and bolts of it all) I discuss the concept of Synesthesia (when your brain routes sensory information through multiple unrelated senses, causing you to experience more than one sense simultaneously) th…
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The DTPodcast is intended as a real time counterpart to the making of one of my projects. In this inaugural episode, (prior to getting into the nuts and bolts of it all) I discuss the concept of Synesthesia (when your brain routes sensory information through multiple unrelated senses, causing you to experience more than one sense simultaneously) th…
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Animation secrets revealed! Let's dive deep into a sweaty mind and body with this necessary re-release from 2011. Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking Subscribe on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-carl-king-podcast/id1202709564 Send Me A Tip! https://paypal.me/carlkingdom https://www.venmo.com/u/car…
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In the fifth episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, listeners are treated to another captivating trek through the realm of classic and diverse rock music. First up is Jethro Tull's "Aqualung," a timeless classic known for its intricate blend of progressive rock and folk influences. The episode then takes a journey through the Scorpions' "Fly to…
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Here are two questions. Why did screenwriter Shane Black NOT work for 9 years after his film The Long Kiss Goodnight? And coincidentally, if you’ve got a Creative Project, how can you focus on and complete it? I’ll attempt to answer those questions in episode 72 of The Carl King Show. Understanding is useful, so here we go. Support this Show on Pat…
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Have you ever asked yourself the question: can you wake up if you don’t fall asleep? And what does that question REALLY mean? This week, we’ll attempt to find out by examining Asteroid City, the latest surreal Type 2 film from Wes Anderson. Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking Subscribe on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.a…
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Welcome to the mesmerizing fourth episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast! In this musical journey, we traverse the sonic tapestry woven by three iconic albums that have left their mark on the realms of alternative rock and progressive music. First up, we dissect Concrete Blonde's hauntingly evocative "Bloodletting" album, exploring its rich blen…
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Imagine being such a fan of Adult Swim, that you decide to make your own animated TV pilot. You hire writers, voice actors, and an animator — and you spend two years of your life and $12,000 on it. And when it’s finished, you realize: I have NO idea what I’m doing. Well, that happened to me in 2019, and it was called The Oracle of Outer Space. What…
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It doesn't. I'm making a joke. I’m going to share some common ideas from the world of Eastern philosophy and Stoicism. And how they have helped me be NOT better than other people. Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking Subscribe on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-carl-king-podcast/id1202709564 Send M…
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In the third episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, we embark on an epic voyage through the hallowed halls of classic rock, immersing ourselves in the sonic brilliance of three iconic albums. First up, we uncover the hidden gems within Zebra's self-titled debut album, with its melodic hard rock magic. Next, we step into the psychedelic realm of…
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Suicide Silence guitarist Mark Heylmun on psychedelics, Catholicism, the occult, creative hiatuses, the making of the band’s self-titled album with Ross Robinson, losing a close friend in high school, the death of frontman Mitch Lucker, the band's subsequent rebirth, the ego, and much more. Follow No-Prize From God, Ryan J. Downey, and check out Do…
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Have you ever asked yourself the question, “Am I Autistic Yet?” I’m about to, in This Week’s episode of The Carl King Show. Understanding is useful, so here we go. Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking Subscribe on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-carl-king-podcast/id1202709564 Send Me A Tip! https:/…
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In this episode of The Rock Metal Podcast, we're chatting with Matias Juselius and Marcus Pellas of the band Lamori about their new album ‘Neon Blood Fire’ out now via Wormholedeath Records. During our chat we touch on a lot of great tips for musicians, such as what Matias and Marcus learned trying new things to get a heavier sound on their latest …
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It’s PART 4 of my Chat With Chewbode. Today we cover: The Lost Sir Millard Mulch Documentary, My Dabbling In Egomania, Advice Kevin Smith Gave Me, The Illusion of Fame, How I Think I Get Too Much Credit Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking Chewbode is my longest-term friend and creative collaborator. If you haven’t listene…
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In this episode of The Rock Metal Podcast, we're chatting with Devin Townsend about his new album 'Lightwork' out now via Century Media Records, as well as the Dreamsonic Tour 2023 with Dream Theater, Animals as Leaders, and Devin Townsend. During our chat we touch on a lot of great tips for musicians, such as what Devin learned working with produc…
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Very Good Friends of Carl King, we’ve got another AUDIO-ONLY episode. It’s PART 3 of my Chat With Chewbode, my longest-term friend and creative collaborator. If you haven’t listened to Part 1 or Part 2, go back to Episode 62, where we talk about becoming friends and growing up in the swamps of South Venice, Florida — and Episode 64, where we talk a…
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In this episode of The Rock Metal Podcast, we're chatting with Jyrki 69 of the band The 69 Eyes about their new album ‘Death of Darkness’ out now via Atomic Fire Records (Valila music House in Finland). During our chat we touch on a lot of great tips for musicians, such as what Jyrki 69 has learned working with some new producers, releasing singles…
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I think of Mr. Bungle as my favorite band. They’re unpredictable and can be hard to listen to. Sometimes I can’t tell if they’re joking or creating music that is complex and profound. So if I Made A Mr. Bungle Documentary, what would it be like? Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking We’ll explore that idea, followed by a mu…
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In this episode of The Rock Metal Podcast, we're chatting with Nik Serén of the band Hong Faux about their new album ‘Desolation Years’ out now via Golden Robot Records. During our chat we touch on a lot of great tips for musicians, such as what Roni learned working with their producer, Josh Shroeder. 'Desolation Years' was Produced by Hong Faux, M…
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In the second episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, the hosts delve into the depths of three albums that have left an indelible mark on the music scene. They kick off the discussion with The Cure's haunting masterpiece, "Pornography," exploring the album's brooding atmosphere and Robert Smith's introspective lyrics. The conversation then takes…
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It’s PART 2 of my Chat With Chewbode, my longest-term friend and creative collaborator. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, go back to Episode 62, where we talk about becoming friends and growing up in the swamps of South Venice, Florida. Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking As a reminder, Chewbode has been involved in most…
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In this episode of The Rock Metal Podcast, we're chatting with Mr. Lordi of the band Lordi about their new album ‘Screem Writers Guild’ via Atomic Fire Records. During our chat we touch on a lot of great tips for musicians, such as having patience to see your goals and dreams through. Mr. Lordi talks about losing band members over the years, while …
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This Week’s Conceptual Thought Idea Of The Week Is: “Does reality actually exist? And if so, how should we be talking about it?” Support this Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking Once we’ve figured out that whole reality thing, we’ll examine David Cronenberg’s EXISTENZ from 1999, in This Week’s Analytical Filmmaking Analysis of the Wee…
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NILE frontman Karl Sanders talks ancient Egypt, his meditative and transcendental solo work, several of the books and ideas that shaped him, and more. "A lot of the [religious] options available to us are restrictive by nature," he explains. "I gravitated to the [ancient] Egyptians because you know what? When those guys did religion, they imagined …
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