The Shadow Scape Podcast is a journey into the lives of the many individual creatives that make up the DNA of the music industry. From record executives to street buskers, our objective is to highlight and explore the many facets of this ever-changing ecosystem. Hosted and produced by Corey Martin and Sean Lea of Shadow Scape Records.
Good Saint Nathanael is the new musical project from Kansas City, MO songwriter, Nate Allen.
But before starting his latest endeavor, Allen’s songwriting springs had origins in other oceans. His art has mainly been focused around Destroy Nate Allen, traveling hard and often for many years, logging more than 1,000 shows around the country since 2006. Over time, the project’s once quiet roots were traded for exuberant playfulness. But as life slowly shifted, the whispers of Nate’s heart demanded to be heard.
The SWEET REMAINS is Rich Price, Greg Naughton & Brian Chartrand. It was a jam-session in a Rhode Island motel room back in 2008 that convinced them to form this band. 10 years, 4 studio releases, 35 Million Spotify plays, a feature film & incalculable miles later -- This unlikely trio continues to stare down the odds and make music with the same inspiration with which they began.
Gangstagrass is a dirty fightin', gator wrestlin', foot stompin' bluegrass-hip-hop project of Brooklyn based producer Rench, who has spent the last decade making gritty, soulful country hip-hop music that you will actually like.
Yeah, Gangstagrass did the theme song to Justified. Yeah, Rench and T.O.N.E-z got nominated for an Emmy for it. Yeah, this is real bluegrass pickers and real emcees making music. And yeah, they do it live too.
Bob and Una Walkenhorst are a father-daughter duo from Kansas City, Missouri. Bob Walkenhorst has been a fixture on the Kansas City and international music scene since the 1980's as lead singer and songwriter for the critically acclaimed band The Rainmakers. 2018 finds Bob collaborating with his daughter Una, a singer-songwriter in her own right, from her 2014 release "Scars", to her recent years as part of the New Orleans indie music scene. Their common love of traditional songs and 2-part family harmony is bringing about new songs, new visions, and new recordings.
Titus Haug is a Singer Song-Writer based in San Diego California. Finding its habitat in organic house show tours and intimate music gatherings, Titus's music has molded around the spaces that encourage value and enjoyment of honest expression.
Kuinka laces modern folk and Americana with an electronic jolt, waltzing along the grooved edges of dream-pop, synth-pop, and Brooklyn’s mid-aughts guitar-rock revival. Their genre-defying music features several different lead singers, four-part harmony, and eclectic instrumentation including cello, banjo, synthesizers, ukulele and electronic percussion. For all of their sonic experimentation, the Seattle quartet's songs and live shows are linked by an infectious energy that remains present in everything they do.
It all starts somewhere. Your favorite bands, a different city, new friendships, old friendships, fireworks, memories that last a lifetime. Music Festivals are special experiences that combine some of the best things in life and each one of them are unique. There are so many and it's not always easy to find the right one. There's location to think about, ticket price, lineup, and countless other details. Guestlist was created to help you with all of that.
Sawyer Fredericks is an American singer–songwriter who won the eighth season of The Voice in 2015. Hailing from his family's farm in upstate New York, he is fast establishing himself as an authentic, original, Americana artist with deep, beyond-his-years lyrics and melodies, raw, soulful vocals, & powerful live performances.
This nomadic husband and wife duo was just named Artist of the Year at the 2018 International Folk Music Awards. Ordinary Elephant captivates listeners with their well-honed combination of insightful writing, effortless harmonies and intertwined clawhammer banjo and guitar.
Emily Capshaw is a sound engineer and an actress from Los Angles, California. We caught up with Emily as she was passing through Kansas City as part of the mixing crew on Kendrick Lamar's "The DAMN. Tour."