Jamie of the band Sick of Sarah stops by The Mothpod to talk about their album 2205, touring and much more!
Indie artist Merlin Moon stops by The Mothpod to discuss his upcoming album Bohemian Side of the Sky.
Anji Bee is your hostess with the mostest for this chill edition of The Mothpod. Artists featured include Shannon Hurley, Rochelle Jordan, Bloody Mary and many more!
Ten Year Vamp has just dropped their new album Lust, and to mark the occasion bandmates Debbie and Mark have stopped by The Mothpod to for a behind-the-scenes look full of sensuality, sexuality and rock & roll!
Gday Gday I’m Cybster DJ and there is no need to whine; I’m back to bring you this fantastic episode of MOTHPOD 229.
Welcome to the show.
Well Mothpod music director Zack has excelled with this lineup tonight, so get some more of it into ya!
G Tom Mac is back and he is ready to A Groove At The End Of The World! Join host Zack “The Mothman” Daggy for a trip back to the 80s and the back to the future to discuss G’s new album Untame The Songs!
Ten Year Vamp debuts their brand new single “Thinking of Me” for the first time ANYWHERE, Black Lab front man Paul Durham lends his voice to Stray Palace and such bands as Sons of the Lawless, Dexter’s Kin (On The Cover) and Canon Logic make their Mothpod debuts! Oh yeah, and Zack Daggy returns to his regular spot in the hosting chair.
Think of this episode as a way to time travel back to July 31st so you can join hostess, Anji Bee, in celebrating Ryan Lum’s birthday. With a mix of electronic and acoustic music and a blend of male and female vocals, this selection of love songs and summer themed tunes is sure to please the most discriminating time traveler. Throw in a couple brand new songs by Miss Bee herself, and you’ve got yourself a sweet little time capsule!
Hot off of the release of her new album Winning Hand, Sheri Miller stops by The Mothpod to discuss destiny, creativity and life of and indie artist.
To mark the five year anniversary of The Mothpod, show creator Zack “The Mothman” Daggy is proud to bring you “5 Years of the Mothpod,” a free 16 track compilation album containing a cross-section of fan-favorite tracks spanning the last half a decade. These are the artists that made the show what it is today, so be sure to turn it up and enjoy!
Allen Sale debuts a new song from G Tom Mac, brings you new tracks from The Clintons and Noctura, (both of whom have new albums), unleashes the full track by Letters VS. Numbers found in the Fright Night trailer, and scores a critical hit with the SJ Tucker gem D&D on this, Allen’s final episode as your host. Allen has enjoyed his time guiding you through the wonderful world, the ever expanding universe of independent music. He will be conjuring up more audio awesomeness at Astral Audio Entertainment if you want to enjoy the experience. Turn it up and enjoy!
Esza Kaye stops by The Mothpod to talk about music, inspiration, overcoming obstacles and how life is Tinged With Machine.
As you can probably tell, “I come from the land downunder”, and so do all the bands in tonight’s show.
Yes the Mothpod music director Zack “I love Australia” Daggy’s influence is far reaching, in fact it’s done a full lap of the globe and has brought back all the great tracks we’ll be getting into in this show. – Cybster DJ
I, Nicholas Young, have returned to bring you one more episode of jams from around the world of independent music. Sadly, this is my final episode, as I’ll be moving on to pursue other opportunities – but you’re welcome to follow me on Twitter, and I’ll do my best to keep you updated.
Anji Bee of The Chillcast and Lovespirals brings a dreamy aspect to The Mothpod this week in a show packed with lovely female vocals (a few boys, as well!) and tons of fantastic free downloads. Zack “The Mothman” Daggy contributes a set-within-a-set, as well as the closing track.
Allen Sale performs an audio assassination with an awesome mix of artists including the returns of Chamber of Echoes, Krissi Moses, Derek Nicoletto, and more! Turn it up and enjoy! And if you want to hear more from Allen and the rest of the Scream Team, check us out every Wednesday night, (Live and Undead), on spookshow.tv!
Derek Nicoletto has a new album, and as per Mothpod tradition, Zack “The Mothman” Daggy is here to shine the the Artist Spotlight on his amazing body of work!
Gday Mothmaniacs it’s time for some fun, You’re with Cybster DJ on MOTHPOD episode 221; Welcome to the show.
As the weather get’s colder here in Brisbane Australia, the indie music heats up getting you all steamed up under the collar; and it’s all thanks to the one and only music director of new media…. Zack “I’m making a movie” Daggy.
Allen Sale lets the spotlight fall on Krissie Moses as she makes the rounds promoting her upcoming album “Freak.” It all gets laid out in this episode; individualism, politics, culture, how artists are perfectionists, and how sound editing is a torturous venture meant for the insanely dedicated. So watch your step because we make no guarantees about protein spills as Google watches our every move on this episode of The Mothpod where the freak flag flies high!
We shine the spotlight on the Songs for #Joplin album and fundraising campaign. Need I say more? Listen to the songs, visit the site, download the album, and donate while telling anyone you think will listen to follow your lead. This episode also includes a special guest appearance; truly making the content rule that much more!
Allen Sale shines the spotlight on the indie rockers Endway. Topics include the passion for writing, the new album Colors, being different than more notable bands, and inspiring people! All this and more awaits you on this episode of the Mothpod!
Nicholas Young returns with a full-frontal assault on your eardrums. Slammin’ tracks from Professor Kliq, Comasoft, Zoe LeelA, Dustin Edge, and more – once again, this episode proves that the Mothpod is home to some of the best independent music acts.
Party like a Rockstar Barbie with KGB and Zack Daggy on this edition of the Mothpod Artist Spotlight!
Allen Sale falls back to earth after flying in electronic darkness for several weeks. In his wildly deranged grasp, he holds several Mothpod exclusives and/or songs personally picked by him as well as the opening track to the upcoming film Dark Worlds: Slasher (donation link). So if you are ready to engage in Mortal Kombat, be infected by the Pandemic, and have your mind blown by Stormwinds, don’t be a Day Sleeper! Instead, turn it up and party like a Rockstar Barbie!