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Podcast title Indie Music On Tap
Website URL https://chillfiltr.com
Description We will discuss new music every episode, listen to songs from breaking artists, and look at how these different voices together speak to a universal narrative.
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1. All the important messages are the quietest. - Indie Music on Tap: S2E3
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2. S2E2: New Beginnings - Wherein we discuss the importance of finding personal stillness.
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3. S2E1: Depression, Introduced - Architects vs Gardeners, The Myth of Fully Automatic
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Featured music:
The Luxury of Being Human: Bring Summer Back
yeardley: wedding preparations in the country
 
Hello, and welcome to CHILLFILTR Indie Music on Tap, where we discuss issues that affect the indie music community, and we talk about what it is like to be a musician today. We have listeners all over the world for our podcast at IndieMusicOnTap.com, we publish weekly song reviews to our blog at CHILLFILTR.com, and our video feed is broadcast to Tibo subscribers on Euro Indie Music TV.
We are starting our second season with a new format, a new theme, and a new schedule. We will be publishing weekly episodes through the end of the year for our second season. The main subject will be depression, and how it affects musicians today. 
We will also continue to discuss the difference between architects and gardeners, as I hope to recreate my own personal steps dealing with depression, and perhaps help chart a path for anyone dealing with those same issues.
First, a little about me. I started CHILLFILTR just over a year ago, as a way of giving indie musicians some nice quotes about their music. 
Now, that is what I am known for: I listen to hundreds of songs per week, up to a few thousand per month, and I write about my favorite songs - Folk Pop, Electronic, Hip Hop, Americana/Roots, and Indie Rock.
Every episode, we have a theme that we discuss, and we will also be hearing some of my favorite music. So let's get started!
Now, for those of you that stayed with us last season, you will see that things are bit different this year. The sound is better - I invested in a nice microphone - but I also decided to script more of my discussion. Last season was just me, an episode topic, and a cell phone, and I just rambled on an edited later - in typical gardener fashion I might add. You get the idea to market without worrying too much about the specifics. I put out 10 episodes that I was proud of, but to be honest, by the end there I was a bit burned out on editing clips together. So for this season I had the bright idea of actually writing it out - I am a writer, after all - and it's a win because I can just read the copy, roll the tape, and edit nothing. Who says innovation is dead?
So that means, you are introduced to my little production lair - all 3 meters squared of it. Welcome to my world.
So what's up with depression? Well, I got the idea from a Twitter poll a few months back, there was a record label that was offering money to help support podcasts that would touch on topics like depression, and although I didn't get enough votes to get any money out of the deal, I thought it was a good enough idea to stick with, regardless. I certainly know a thing or two about depression. And it struck me that it is the topic of our time. The more I researched it, the more I realized that the 'science' of depression is utterly misguided, and at very least for gardeners like me, you are completely on your own for guidance if you are depressed. Not only will the world not understand you, it will actively give you consistently bad advice. Well-meaning, perhaps, but destructive all the same. Because the world was made by and for architects, and if you are a gardener who is starting to understand the situation, you will quickly realize that the status quo is totally inadequate.
What do I mean by that? Well, for this episode we are going to tackle a few big concepts to start - the 'myth of fully automatic', gardeners vs architects, and the related concept of 'multi-classing'.
So, you might be asking yourself, what am I? I used to think that Architects and Gardeners are mutually exclusive personality-types, but since then my understanding has evolved quite a bit, and now I view it as a spectrum. So some people might be a bit of both, in which case the distinction is perhaps not that useful. I think many among us play both roles according to our daily situation, but I still think everyone has a natural affinity to one side or the other.
So: an architect builds a house. He or she spends a long time planning, evaluating, price-comparing. This house is truly superlative - it is the MOST modern, the BEST design, no details were spared, no compromises were made. It took as long as it took, but it finishes.
A gardener builds a garden. He or she starts right away - I will plant this here, and that there, and look for more things to plant. A gardener pivots - changes mind; countless times a day. What IS working, what isn't working, what can be tweaked? A gardener enjoys nothing more than monitoring his/her garden, pulling the plants that die, and dreaming of new things to plant. The garden is never finished. And perfection is not at all the point.
You can make a simple heuristic - on a given day, in the CREATIVE space, how many things are on your mind? ONE, or many? If it is one, you are probably an architect; if it is many you might skew towards gardener.
Why does this matter? That brings us to the myth of fully automatic. Because, as Allan Watts described to us, the games we play on children are inexcusable. His discussion of the myth of fully automatic is simply this: as we raise our little ones, our primary sense of messaging is that this child is apart from the world, and needs to find entry. It is by us that you enter society - by pleasing your parents, by toeing the line, by following rules, by coopting our own sense of emotion and visceral experience and replacing it with 'behavior'. Accepted behavior; but what of the self? What about our own nature? What about intrinsic beauty? We are taught from the very beginning that we need to prove our way in, that there are good thoughts and bad thoughts, but we are given no tools for introspection. None. That is the myth of fully automatic - that the universe goes on without us, and will not miss us when we are gone. That the quintessential human lives alone in contrast to an automatic cosmic system that is separate from him. One that he can exploit, and one that does not benefit from an identity.
And so the child is taught to do well in first grade, that she might graduate to 2nd; and so on through high school, and college, always a step to precede the step that precedes the next; but nowhere are we taught about the importance of kindness, or that it is okay to do something else, to be free, to start over. We are often taught that we only get one choice - so choose wisely. This is the worst thing to say to gardener. It can be paralysing, and it denies the beauty of starting over that gardeners hold dear. Which leads me to the concept of multi-classing.
I am glad to see that Dungeons and Dragons is making a comeback - that game played a large part in my childhood, and was the first experience I had with this concept that eventually came to be the architect/gardener divide - which i should also mention has a counterpart in the work of Malcolm Gladwell, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Allen Watts, probably more. The extent of my experience with D&D amounts to a summer playing solo with my friend Greg as dungeon master. I don't remember the campaigns much, but I do remember the mental calculus I had to do around multi-classing, which boils down to a simple question: would you rather be one person, or many?
So either you obsess over doing one thing better than anyone ever - like being the most powerful mage in the world, but who is very physically fragile; or do you flesh out a few different skill sets, and create unique magic in the synergy between skill sets - a Ranger/Thief? Cleric/Warrior?
A single-classer is an architect; a multi-classer is a gardener.
But what gets complicated is the way that we decide to move forward; Watts talks about the process that every adult needs to go through, which is abandoning the belief sets that are imposed on us when we are young, and finding a new, personal and personalized truth. This, can come more naturally to a gardener because we pivot every day; once we see what needs to be done, we do it. This kind of thing can come as a shock to an architect, because they are not natural pivoters. This comes to another, even simpler heuristic - if you have struggled with depression for a lot of your life, you are probably a gardener; if you are coming to it in middle age for the first time, you are probably an architect.
Ok, that's it for now on architects vs gardeners, we will come back to that again, but I wanted to put that out there because it is one my my favorite themes. I like it so much because it works as a stand-in for all of our current dichotomies - alpha vs beta, hard vs soft, Western vs Eastern philosophy. It is all there.
This season we are also going to cover the evolution of depression as a modern social phenomenon, so we are starting with ancient times. It should come as a surprise to no one that the origins of depression as a pseudo-medical diagnosis date back to classic complications in pregnancy, childbirth, and child-rearing.
In her book The Female Malady, Elaine Showalter describes three themes that were prevalent through three historical phases of English psychiatry: psychiatric Victorianism (1830-1870), psychiatric Darwinism (1870-1920), and psychiatric Modernism (1920-1980). WE will be discussing each of these in future episodes.
I also want to touch on something personal. For me, the most personal thing, and something I imagine many of us struggle with, is the concept of failure. Having expectations for ourselves is hard enough; in some cases, feeling like we have let someone else down can be even more debilitating than the failure itself. And in my case, sometimes you let people put ideas in your head, and forget that they are there. Until you start feeling like a failure.
I always thought I would be famous; I spent my 20's preparing for the fame I was sure was coming. Going to college in Madison, Wisconsin was more or less a full-time party, I was dropped off at the age of 17 in the midst of my parents' divorce. I had a band in high school, so in this new environment I went straight to the only skills I had - playing piano. Eventually, I taught myself to sing so that our college band could start getting gigs. A few years later, we were part of a cool music scene. Great. The only problem was, I let people feed my ego. So now I am 20 years old, writing songs for a successful band, getting some recognition as being a decent frontman. And somehow, quite obviously, I fell in love with this dream that I was destined for stardom - mostly just because I heard that from a few people, and I let it stick. So I decide to move to Los Angeles, still in love with this dream. I never let go of it, even as my life started to change.
the concept of letting it be something else: Now I am 45, and I will certainly be touching on these issues consistently, but only last year did I really come to terms with the fact that my 20-year-old self still feels like a failure. Still does, right now. But instead of ignoring it, I look it straight in the face. Part of me feels like a failure - let's see what we can do to keep the rest of me from feeling the same way. How do I do that? by letting it be something else.
We get so used to goalposts, we start thinking that we need them. I will share with you a thought experiment that helps me tremendously in moments of doubt: what if there are different parts of you? What if your brain is not just a single thought process, but a complex system of redundant logical reinforcements? So that, in my 20's, when I decided to live my life the way I did, with the upsides and downsides of every logical choice, where I allowed this self-description of someone who 'deserved' fame to hold value; what if the pain I feel now was exactly the point? What if part of me confused the other part of me on purpose? What if I needed to hold on to failed dream for the time that I did so that I could find other things to be inspired by, and then finally realize that the dream needed to die? Is that inexplicably sad, or intensely beautiful? Or perhaps, both? So that is the concept of letting it be something else: like Buddha said, the root of all pain is expectation; but a life without pain is not much of a story, is it? So we have choices.
That all we have time for, I will see you again next week.
Stay tuned for the two featured tracks for this episode: first up is newcomer The Luxury of Being Human, also known as Sylva Kay, a promising artist/producer from the UK. Her single Bring Summer Back creates an atmosphere of wistful nostalgia, joining the uncomfortable feeling that time cannot be stopped with the beautiful notion that everything is fixable.
We are left to navigate between the poles of individuality and codependence, with a language that is rich in detail and affect as we reinvent the glorious moment that once was, a thousand times over. Beyond the lesson that we can't always have what we want, we also learn that our hearts have a way of making the past perfect. With an understated electric guitar track and a delicious shuffle, this melodic indie rock banger is ready to inject some excitement into the summer of your dreams.
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Hello, and thanks for sticking around. We are going to close with one of my favorite bands. Yeardley is back with new single 'wedding preparations in the country'. This track extends their indie-rock aesthetic towards the sound of punk, in an acoustic play on a band like SWMRS if they were jamming with Wilco.
We wrote about their last single, and found it to be refreshingly original and a bit wistful. This time, the energy is big, the language concise, and we follow the tumbling drum pocket through a tunnel of half-logic and casual observation - under the influence, and among friends. We are not sure what the symbols mean, but we are glad they are there.
wedding preparations in the country, the latest track from Yeardley, is a full-throttle ride through life's beautiful mess, and a reminder that the only person it needs to make sense to is you.
Thanks for supporting Independent music.
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This episode of CHILLFILTR: Indie Music on Tap was brought to you by Krister Axel and The River South, and was produced in Southern Oregon with help from ASHLAND IO LLC. We support our local community and are proud to be underwriters for Jefferson Public Radio. Our blog pieces are published weekly at CHILLFILTR.com, the podcast is available at IndieMusicOnTap.com, and our video feed is broadcast to Tibo subscribers on Euro Indie Music TV.
As always I appreciate your support. 
CHILLFILTR.com/depression
Thank you for listening to the first episode of Indie Music on Tap, Season 2.
 
All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.


4. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E10 - The Illusion of Fairness, Everyone is Depressed, and Season 2 Announcement
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He is not the disease - we are the disease. He is the symptom. If we want to get rid of Trump, we have to heal ourselves first. He is a product of our own dysfunction as a body politic. This episode we wrap up the season, announce our topic for season 2, and look at great songs that are all examples of personal transformation, through the power of music.

We hear from:

Elaine Cole: Blame It on the Roses - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/28/elaine-cole-blame-it-on-the-roses
White Elephant Orchestra: Revolution Superstar - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/5/8/white-elephant-orchestra-revolution-superstar
Alice Gray: Take Me to the Water - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/5/5/alice-gray-take-me-to-the-water
Carter Jnr: Holding On - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/15/jerad-finck-home
Jerad Finck: Home - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/15/jerad-finck-home
Ed Patrick: Blow My Cover - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/16/ed-patrick-blow-my-cover
Luca Vasta: Let Him Go - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/28/luca-vasta-let-him-go
Thin Lear: Death in a Field - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/16/thin-lear-death-in-a-field
Krister Axel: Illuminate the Sky - https://open.spotify.com/track/6jKr9P72Qln6XtWXBcVnkR?si=eatxfhXzSjKGpJTGaTP2DQ

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



5. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E9 - Privacy and a Public Commons, Losing the Long Tail, & Genre Spotlight: Soul
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Everybody welcome back, this is Krister Axel and you are listening to episode 9 of CHILLFILTR Indie Music on Tap. Our theme this episode is going to be digital rights and privacy, as well as the idea that we also need to support a public commons. We have Soul as the genre spotlight this week and we will be back in two more weeks for the final episode of this season just before my birthday. 

FEATURING:

Avi Snow: Magic - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/20/avi-snow-and-iro-magic
Ka-Li: KUDOS - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/10/ka-li-kudos
rum·gold: Get Through - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/12/27/rumgold-get-through-prod-james-chatburn
M'lynn: T.F.I.L. - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/3/mlynn-tfil
Savannah Sgro: Love Me Like You Used To - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/1/19/savannah-sgro-love-me-like-you-used-to
Joseph of Mercury: Over and Over - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/12/29/joseph-of-mercury-over-and-over
Gina Brooklyn: Losers - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/30/gina-brooklyn-losers

Other Links:

http://www.michaelparenti.org/Caesar.html
https://thetoolsweneed.com/


All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



6. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E8 - Depression, Pain is a Door, Unicorn Centrism & Genre Spotlight: Instrumental
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There's this video going around on the internets, a Rabbi talking about a crab. As the crab grows out of its shell, that's a process by which you have this crab growing, and pushing up against the wall of the existing shell that they're in and then eventually you know that pain is too much to take, so that the crab has to exit and go find another shell. Instead of seeing that as a negative experience, and feeling constricted, turn that sentiment around and have it be about rebirth. That's all well and good if you're a crab and you can just crawl out of your shell. For humans it is not so easy.

We hear from 

Napkey - Legend: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/29/napkey-legend
Henrik von Euler - F-dur: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/15/henrik-von-euler-f-dur
Kendl - Ella: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/1/kendl-ella
Jamie Chambers - This Is Not Me: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/3/jamie-chambers-this-is-not-me
imagiro - i woke up and i was happy: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/14/imagiro-i-woke-up-and-i-was-happy
Bhaveek N. Makan - Borivali: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/1/27/bhaveek-n-makan-borivali
Rob Cawley - Caterpillar: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/12/8/rob-cawley-caterpillar
Junior Knits - Yellowstone Modem: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/4/junior-knits-yellowstone-modem

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



7. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E7 - The Internet is a Facebook Scam & Genre Spotlight: Indie Electro
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What we're going to be talking about today is what happened to the internet. I'm of a generation that grew up before the internet and then it happened to me. HTTP came around and people started building websites; for a couple years people thought it was a fad; brick-and-mortar businesses took a while to even get the memo, of course. We've been through that process, we are now post-process. We have the internet, it is a thing, it rules our world. It's absolutely essential to my way of life both private and business-oriented, I think it is similar for everyone else. What would we do without the internet, I mean I can't even fathom what it would be like to go back to that world where you went to the library if you needed a book and you walked to the room with the phone in it when you needed to make a phone call. 

We hear from:

Franke: Kids - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/6/franke-kids-zack-martino-remix
No Coast: Keep Me Running - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/1/no-coast-keep-me-running
Rén with the Mane: Fool For You - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/4/1/rn-with-the-mane-fool-for-you
KING GVPSV: Oceans - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/25/king-gvpsv-oceans
Nicholas Roberts and Wild Pines: I Couldn't Tell - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/28/nicholas-roberts-and-wild-pines-i-couldnt-tell
Hazlett: Fireworks - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/11/hazlett-fireworks
Small Hours: Forces - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/7/small-hours-forces
PHIE: Rage - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/11/phie-rage
Gold Spectacles: Courtside - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/10/gold-spectacles-courtside
Kid Bloom: Does It Make Me Wrong? - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/1/kid-bloom-does-it-make-me-wrong
Light Wheel: Answers - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/1/26/light-wheel-answers
Linney: My Love - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/14/linney-my-love

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.

links:
https://luke.substack.com/p/i-hate-what-theyve-done-to-almost-39f



8. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E6 - Infinite Growth, the Self-Coin, & Genre Spotlight: Roots
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So often you will hear from people, they will ask - am I doing this right? Well the answer that question is yes and no; yes you are doing it right, because there is no way to do anything wrong; but no, you are not doing it right, because you shouldn't be asking the question. So you have two answers, it is both yes and no. And just like math, when you have two answers, that means you are asking the wrong question. The only real question is: who am I? And the answer to that is now. You are now. Once you understand that, you are taking your first step towards zen.

 

We hear from:
Shane Leonard - Empire Builder - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/23/shane-leonard-empire-builder

The Harmaleighs - Sorry, I'm Busy - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/23/the-harmaleighs-sorry-im-busy

Josh Steinhart - Picture on the Wall - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/23/josh-steinhart-picture-on-the-wall

Jenny Kern - Slow Burn - https://open.spotify.com/track/2vRLlgiUgtALsGzUTYptEN?si=196jLvvNRxGl00sj6AeKcg

The King Heat Ensemble - Landslide - https://thekingheatensemble.bandcamp.com/

DL Rossi - Good Woman - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/1/dl-rossi-good-woman

Eric Long - Hey Now Baby - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/10/eric-long-hey-now-baby

Leah Nobel - Truly Known - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/14/leah-nobel-truly-known

Noah Derksen - What Kind of Love is That - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/15/noah-derksen-what-kind-of-love-is-that

Visit our Apple News Channel: https://apple.news/Te7k1rEoyTwaoNQ1G0blAaA

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



9. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E5 - The Myth of Fully Automatic, Paying for the GND & Genre Spotlight: Folk Pop
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This is episode 5 of CHILLFILTR:TAP, today we're going to be covering the myth of fully automatic, how we are going to pay for the green new deal, and we're going to put a genre spotlight on folk-pop, which is one of my favorites and brings me back to my teenage years, listening to Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Neil Young, and The Grateful Dead. So that's a direct ancestor to the folk-pop movement that I think is pretty significant today.

links:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/rhockett/2019/01/16/the-green-new-deal-how-we-will-pay-for-it-isnt-a-thing-and-inflation-isnt-either/

Alan Watts - You Will Destroy Yourself, If You Don't Love Yourself https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-_5Xqmy894

Visit our Apple News Channel: https://apple.news/Te7k1rEoyTwaoNQ1G0blAaA

Band links:

Greg Holden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APxR2Tc8t-I
Lizi Bailey: https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/2/14/lizi-bailey-home
Verluna: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/verluna2
The Western Den: https://soundcloud.com/antifragile_music/like-you-do-the-western-den
Cliffs & Caves: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/goodbye-for-good-single/1448207545
Steven Delopoulos: https://www.amazon.com/Steven-Delopoulos-Yellow-Green/
Josh Tobias: https://soundcloud.com/joshtobias/follow-the-river-1

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



10. CHILLFILTR: TAP S1E4 - The Age of the Algorithm, Feeling the Bern & Genre Spotlight: Indie Rock
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Hi this is Krister Axel and you are listening to CHILLFILTR: Indie Music on Tap. Today we are going to talk a little bit about what it means to be living inside the algorithm, and what it means that Bernie Sanders is finally in the race; I'll talk about that a little bit later. We're also going to hear a lot of really good Indie Rock. Why did we start with Indie Rock? Well, it's my default genre topic on my Apple news channel, so that's why it is a logical place to start. But to understand the roots of indie rock, you have to go back to essentially the 90s, when there was still this big divide between major labels and everyone else.

The music featured on this episode:

Cathedrals - Jump In
Alex O'aiza - Money
Walking Bicycles - Fat Cat
SYML - The Bird
daysormay - Role Model
Isla June - Knew You When
Mr NO - When I'm Down

links:

Apple News Channel: https://apple.news/Te7k1rEoyTwaoNQ1G0blAaA

Band links:

https://wearecathedrals.bandcamp.com/track/jump-in

https://soundcloud.com/alexis-oaiza/money

https://walkingbicycles.bandcamp.com/track/fat-cat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vni9PvOWdTk

https://daysormay.bandcamp.com/

https://soundcloud.com/islajune/knew-you-when

https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/mrno/f5uZ

 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.

 



11. CHILLFILTR: TAP Season 1, Episode 3 - 2018 pt. 2, Companies Don't Love You, & a Pill for Loneliness
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Ask yourself if you define who you are in such a way that someone or something can take it away from you. If the answer is yes you're doing it wrong. Hi, I'm Krister Axel and I am here to act like I know something, thanks for joining me. Today we are talking about the fact that corporations don't love you, they just want your money, so we are trying to take back our humanity and later we are going to talk about the third horse and the correlated concept of yes, no, and the third answer which is fuck you and why we are hearing so much of that right now.

Artists in this episode:

MIKE VIOLA - AMERICAN EGYPT
GRIZFOLK - HEAVY CROWN
JACK SYMES - COOL GOD
THE HEART OF - SLEEP TIGHT
FONTAINE - YESTERDAY
SMALL MILLION - YOUNG FOOLS
YEARDLEY - TIGERS FOR THE PENNANT

links:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jan/26/pill-for-loneliness-psychology-science-medicine

http://www.mikeviola.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNUlYFdBVEg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xAnyuDUcjg

https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/11/8/jack-symes-cool-god

https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/fontaine/d9yt

https://smallmillion.bandcamp.com/

https://yeard-ley.bandcamp.com/track/tigers-for-the-pennant

 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.

 

 



12. CHILLFILTR: TAP Season 1, Episode 2 - 2018 pt. 1, SubmitHub, & This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
http://indiemusicontap.com/s1-... download (audio/mpeg, 24.67Mb)

Description:

Along with listening to three of my favorite tracks from last year, we will discuss the plight of Federal workers, and explain a little bit about what SubmitHub is and why we love it. We will also talk a little bit about how we shame our children out of being creative, and what is going on with the current explosion of different musical genres.

We heard from: Max García Conover, SAMIA, and Baba Sonya.

If you want to be featured on this podcast, please visit 

tinyurl.com/submitfor29 or submithub.com/blog/chillfiltr

Links:

https://www.gofundme.com/govshutdown

http://everynoise.com/

https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/2/7/what-is-roots-rock

https://www.submithub.com/blog/chillfiltr

https://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity

Songs:

https://maxgarciaconover.bandcamp.com/track/week-71-home-pt-2

https://samia.bandcamp.com/track/21

https://babasonya.bandcamp.com/track/chemistry-2

We want to say thanks to all of the artists who were kind enough to let us hear their songs and put them in the podcast.

Please visit CHILLFILTR:TAP to join the conversation and make suggestions.

Thank you for listening.

Krister Axel

CHILLFILTR.com 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



13. CHILLFILTR: TAP Season 1, Episode 1 - Exploring Music, Language, and the Human Heart
http://indiemusicontap.com/chi... download (audio/mpeg, 28.15Mb)

Description:

I built a music blog from nothing last year. Less than 12 months later, we are getting up to 200 submissions per week, and we average 2 blog features per day. I have heard so much great music this year that I started showcasing my favorite songs. If you want to be featured on this podcast, please visit here.

Today we are talking about how artists are able to define themselves around a song, using the lyrics and the context to create their own sound and personality. We also look at personal dichotomies that can be helpful for anyone to get a handle on some of their own 'mismatch' problems. We discuss the ideas of Malcolm Gladwell, portions of a speech from MLK, and how some things never go out of style.

We hear songs from:

Phil Good - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0ODdd5MWj4

Leah Capelle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-f7jc8YHtU

Old Nobodaddy - https://youtu.be/s8iwEPjzcXc

We want to say thanks to all of the artists who were kind enough to let us hear their songs and put them in the podcast.

Please visit CHILLFILTR:TAP to join the conversation and make suggestions.

Thank you for listening.

Krister Axel

CHILLFILTR.com 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.