The first lady of emo girl pop, Maisie Peters, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss her new EP, It’s Your Bed Babe, It’s Your Funeral, her amazing ability to tell stories through song, street busking and performing in English pubs as an early teenager, and her first tour of North America.
Northern Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss his two new albums, From Muscle Shoals, and To Memphis, his connection with Americana culture, being covered by Keith Urban, and dinner at Elton John’s house. We are also joined for an off the cuff interview with Northern Irish singer-songwriter Ryan McMullan. We discuss his latest singles and upcoming album, his start as a musician, and performing after Bono at a hometown gig in front of 30...
Multi-talented musician and touring member of The E Street Band, Jake Clemons, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss his second solo album, Eye on the Horizon, and how he tackles it’s heavy social and humanitarian themes with a positive attitude. We also talk about hearing rock n’ roll for the first time, how he fell in love with the saxophone through his uncle Clarence Clemons, and continuing his uncle’s legacy with Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.
Juno nominated songwriting duo, Madison Violet, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their latest album “Everything’s Shifting,” their 20th anniversary, their roots to Cape Breton Island, and our favourite 90s music. We also talk about their early years of meeting in Toronto, being advised to hide their identity as a lesbian couple, and their latest single “Tell Me,” which recollects their first road trips together.
Australian singer-songwriter, Xavier Rudd, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss his musical diversity and influences, how the power of song can be bigger than yourself, and some of the themes of his latest album, Storm Boy. We also talk about his saga song “Spirit Bird,” and how he incorporated the sounds of 30 species of birds on the record. Xavier also tells us about learning to play the yidaki (didgeridoo) from a vacuum cleaner hose.
Comedian and podcaster, Corinne Fisher, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss her show, Two Less Lonely Girls, the importance of pop culture in 2019, stalking Justin Bieber, and the formation of her female pop group Me Also. We also talk about her highly successful podcast, Guys We F*cked, having the confidence to talk about sex for strangers, becoming friends with Kathy Griffin, and the under-appreciated talents of Kesha.
British rock n’ roll band, Band of Skulls, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their new album, Love is All You Love, how it’s their most unique album yet, and the making of their trilogy music video series. We also talk about the 10th anniversary of their debut record, Baby Darling Doll Face Honey, and the creation of their album art.
Singer & guitarist, Dan Armbruster, and drummer, Paul Brenner, of indie band, Joywave, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss the latest singles leading up to their third album, the making of the hilarious classic film themed music video for “Obsession” and the concern behind their song “Like a Kennedy.” We also talk about the musical conspiracy of the “alt squiggle,” making the local news, and classic sports video games.
Northern Irish indie band, Two Door Cinema Club, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their latest album, False Alarm, it’s aesthetic, and the making of their hilarious music videos. We talk extensively about the music scene in Ireland and the amazing success of bands from their hometown of Bangor. We also chat about their most surreal ‘pinch me’ moments of their career so far, meeting the royals, behind the scenes of performing on late night talk shows, watching back ol...
Actor and comedian, Seán Cullen, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss the incorporation of music into his act, being a part of Corky and the Juice Pigs, and his favourite musicians to impersonate. We also talk about his role as Max Bialystock in the Canadian production of The Producers, bizarre Canadian landmarks, comedy for children, and his favourite movie villains.