From selling beats to selling sneakers. Our first podcast episode of the year features Robert Warbux, an entrepreneur, and Los Angeles native. In this conversation we discuss the good,bad, and the ugly in the world of re-selling sneakers, hip hop preferences, and the motivation behind 2nd generation entrepreneurship.
Intro music by Spuk and Audio Maldito
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For the last episode of the year, host Erick Sanchez goes solo on his first episode without a guest. Learn more about the host as he dives into some of his most memorable experiences with music. From recording with a 4-track, to his first lesson in a recording studio, he talks about his decision to go to college, and other important experience on this musical creative journey.
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On this episode we have DJ Linda Nuves. We dive into her story of navigating through the Los Angeles underground scene as an event promoter, blogger, DJ, and musician. She talks about her father's musical influence, a very important trip to Canada, joining Chulita Vinyl Club, and starting the DJ collective Radio Pulgarcito. This is a super fun episode I hope you all enjoy it. Tune into the Normandie Records Podcast.
Featured Music: "Running Late" by AR Ferdinand @arferdinand
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On this episode our guest is Gloria Figueroa, host of the Salvadoran American Podcast, Radio No Jodas (@radionojodas) and also the host of our docu-series Somos Arte: The Creative Movement of El Salvador (@somosartedoc). We talked with Gloria about her experience growing up in Highland Park, the inspiration behind her podcast, her relationship with education, how a special course at ELACC changed her path, Green Day, and much more. We also took some time to reflect on our time in El Salvador filming our documentary. This is a special episode! Consider it part 1! Thanks to everyone for listening please make sure to follow or subscribe and tell your friends!
Intro by Ricardo of Cartas A Felice. Check out their latest single El Zope
This episode we have owner of Hi Fi Kitchen, Justin Foronda. We talk about Justin's early days as a musician, how he applies b-boying in everything he does, idolizing Billie Joe Armstrong, why Historic Filipinotown means so much to him, growing up in Los Angeles as Filipino American, launching a brunch pop up, getting to feed one of his idols, why being a nurse is so important to him and the constant search for balance as a business owner and entrepreneur. Huge thanks to Justin for coming on to the podcast. There are some real gems on this episode. Make sure you follow Hi Fi Kitchen at https://www.instagram.com/hifikitchen/
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Our first guest on The Normandie Records Podcast is the amazing Maria Blues! We talk about how she started her musical career, her experience in the South Central Los Angeles backyard ska scene, her favorite album, her inspiration, tacos in Los Angeles, and the role Nirvana's Nevermind played in her musical growth.
Follow Maria Blues on IG @mariabluesmusic and listen to her latest single "Rude Monkey" (watch the music video here)
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