It’s been one year since the debut of The Adamantium Podcast! In many ways, the expectations I had for the first year of this little talk show have been exceeded - 36 episodes, 43 super cool guests, thousands of plays, and wonderful connections were made. A special thank you to the guests for taking the time out of their very busy schedules to have a hang. Thank you to the publicists, agencies, and companies I’ve partnered with for hooking me up with their clientele. Most importantly, thank you...
On our season finale episode of The Adamantium Podcast, we are joined by Canadian radio broadcaster and music journalist, Alan Cross. We talk about the origins of his love of music, how he got his start in broadcast, and why his 800+ episode show, The Ongoing History of New Music, breaks all the rules of radio. We also discuss the power of streaming, why rock n’ roll songs don’t make the Top 40 charts, and his response to the claim that “rock is dead.”
It’s Harrison squared on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast as we’re joined by Toronto music producer, Harrison. We discuss his history making music, his new album, Apricity, and the connection between the word’s meaning of “the warmth of sun in winter” and his fight with seasonal depression while creating the album. We also talk about being nominated for a JUNO award, epic video game soundtracks and his checklist of life goals.
Derek Sanders, lead singer of emo punk band, Mayday Parade, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We talk about being one of the hardest working touring bands in the world, the end of Warped Tour, and their Halloween show. We also discuss their new album, Sunnyland, the transgression of the ‘emo’ genre, and how their songwriting has adapted over the last decade. Derek tells us which songs have “saved his life” as well as his favourites to play live.