“It’s totally worth sharing my experience if it makes someone else feel brave enough to do it themselves.”
As lead singer and lyricist for up-and-coming punk band Glittoris, Katie Sheridan exudes raw energy and aggressive passion. In this interview, we explore the philosophical undercurrents of her music and the experience of being a woman in today’s punk scene. She also shares some great advice for anyone looking to put together a band.
“Join the conversation in the community. What can you do to enhance the experience?”
Shige Kobayashi has long been a central figure in the burgeoning arts community of Columbia, South Carolina. He has shared his wisdom and unique viewpoint as an arts leader, a TED-X presenter, and as an ever-present arts scene hang-around since the early 2000’s. In this amazing interview, he opens up about the creative process, community building, and growing up as an Asian-American in the Deep South.
In today’s episode we get introduced to everybody’s favorite bad guy, Spike! Ryan again didn’t have time to edit it, so we’re going to pass this off as another super special uncut episode! It’s like you’re actually there when we record! Using the same excuse twice isn’t terrible right?!
Oh, and also Ryan was using the wrong mic for the first 5 minutes or so soooo there’s some of the guys talking to dead air there. I’m such a professional~~~