Don't Feed the Artists is a fortnightly show featuring interviews with independent musicians, recorded in person in Denton, TX.
On this week's episode, we're joined by Matthew from Matthew And The Arrogant Sea to chat about SXSW, why Denton's music scene isn't dying, and a great tour story from one of the better harbor towns.
Join us on an adventure of an episode, where we're joined by friends of the show Erin Devany and Leopold Knopp to take a break from talking music to chat about movies and why we're angry about them.
This week Hagen and Jackson are joined by Wesley Jensen and his entire band to chat about hoarding music, being an adult, playing the triangle, pulling out and wrapping up, and more.
Felt & Fur returns to the show to chat about getting into electronic music, their first synths, their influences and other music they've been listening to, and briefly talk about their most recent EP "Aftertouch".
This week, we talk with Spring and the Changes about the cycle of house shows, starting projects, Tijuana, LAPD helicopters, and more!
From Chicago, North by North joins us to kick off season 2 of Don't Feed the Artists as we chat about their crazy touring schedule, fitting time in for recording, shit talk onsies, and hear what audiobooks they've been listening to.
We're gonna be honest, we really dropped the ball on this one. We forgot to invite a guest, and Anby forgot to bring topics. But we still have our regular segments!
In this 2 hour special, we sit down with 10 bands featuring both returning and new guests to the show to chat about festivals, house shows, and more.
We hung out with TOMKAT before their new album releases, to chat about intelligent electronic rock, in-ears at house shows, tour stories, and more!
This week we're joined by Always the Alibi, where we chat about their pancakes and beer, Berkeley, headstocks, and frequently mention Muse.
Sad Cops joins us to talk house shows, tour stories, and lots and lots of bands that they've been listening to in this late-night episode.
Our friend Brack Cantrell joins us as our first guest host to chat with Mother Tongues about getting willy nilly with guitar pedals, rockin' highly durable Jansports, favorite pedals, and debut a new segment!
Three members from Terra Collective join us for a jam-packed show to talk songwriting, chemistry, trucks and overcompensation, their upcoming EP, homemade windshield wipers, and how much we really want someone to email us.
From Austin, this week's guest is Strange Mother y'all! We talk about venn diagrams, how they named their band, wrestling, the music scene in Austin, and more!
Fun Button joins us this week for an episode that goes completely off the rails, where we talk about exactly what you've come to expect from this show.
Eric Daino sat down with Adam & Jackson to talk about the roots of ska, how his band The Holophonics started, and what it's like being a fulltime musician.
Pearl Earl sits on the couch this week to chat about recording their upcoming self-titled album, their live shows, crowdsurfing, and shares the expected tour stories before they go on tour again.
Thin Skin joins us for an episode covering politics, condoms, trailer parks, and our seemingly regular segments on genres, labels, tour stories, and more.
In our longest episode yet, we chat with Denton's Richard Haskins on a wide-ranging list of topics including pigheads, Black Flag, Kevin Spacey, and (of course) some great stories from tour.
In this episode we chat with Elijah Heaps & Nikolai Rya, along with members of Genuine, their collective. We talk about collaboration, criticism, their music videos, distribution, and more.
Joining us on tour from Louisiana as our first out-of-state guests is Astro Motel! We talk about the band's style, stage props, the Atomic Age, and more on this week's episode.
After the Denton Folk Festival, we sat down with two of the members of Levi Cobb & The Big Smoke to ask who the hell is Levi Cobb, and talk about songwriting and spirituality.
Joining us this week is I, the Ghost. We cover topics such as: Genre definitions, naming things, lessons, and modern listening habits.
This week Hagen & Jackson chat with Horace Bray before his move to New York. They cover stories from tour, his plans for New York, and his Instagram account.
Our friends in Animal Spirit sat down with us before their album release show in Denton, TX. We talk about their times on tour, their future plans, and their new record.
We sat down with local recording engineer Brack Cantrell and Jack Malonis of Duncan Fellows from Austin, TX to talk about working together, and end up having an in-depth discussion around recording, drumming, and more.