Today’s special guest is Alec Hanley Bemis, the co-founder of the highly successful and highly influential record label Brassland.
Rob Lundberg returns with Uncontaminated Sound episode 63, featuring New York City jazz mainstay Gideon King, best known for his work as part of Gideon King & City Blog.
Rob Lundberg’s next conversation in his Uncontaminated Sound conversation series features musician, cartoonist, and animator David Heatley.
Joining Rob Lundberg this week for episode 61 of Uncontaminated Sound – The Interviews is the widely respected singer-songwriter Matt North.
Rob Lundberg is joined on Uncontaminated Sound by one half of the punk group The Dollyrots, Kelly Ogden.
Rob Lundberg is back with a new edition of his acclaimed series, Uncontaminated Sound – The Interviews, joined by musician, producer, engineer and doctor, Steven Savage.
Rob Lundberg returns with episode 58 of Uncontaminated Sound wherein he’s joined by members of the activist organization Free Kazakhs.
Rob Lundberg welcomes one of his most accomplished guests to Uncontaminated Sound, producer, engineer, musician, and filmmaker D. James Goodwin.
Rob Lundberg is joined on Uncontaminated Sound by hackedepicciotto, the duo led by Alexander Hack and Danielle de Picciotto.
Rob Lundberg returns with his latest edition of Uncontaminated Sound, wherein he’s joined by ambient indie group Briars of North America.
Rob Lundberg returns with a new episode of Uncontaminated Sound featuring Josh Caterer of pop-punk quartet Smoking Popes.
Rob Lundberg is back with another episode of Uncontaminated Sound. This week he speaks with Beowulf Sheehan, a highly regarded photographer of the arts and humanities.
With today’s episode being number 52 and the fact that the series runs every other week, Rob Lundberg’s conversation with musician Jason Matu marks the two-year anniversary since Uncontaminated Sound – The Interviews began.
With 50 awesome episodes now in the rearview, Rob Lundberg is focused on making the next 50 episodes of Uncontaminated Sound – The Interviews even better. Today he chats with one of the mainstays of the New York jazz scene for more than 30 years now; pianist, composer, and educator, Peter Malinverni.