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“It’s been a very crazy time transitioning from that whole lifestyle. From when I was young, playing punk/thrash music to singer/songwriter stuff,” said Nate Hess from the band Bad & The Ugly in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, the alternafolk artist goes into detail about his project Bad & The Ugly as well as what it has been like performing and working with in general the band he plays with.  He speaks further about his transition from playing drums in a punk band to a lead singer.

Catch Bad & The Ugly at the Pour House this Thursday, February 18th and click here to hear the full podcast of Nate’s live session. Check out his live songs below from our SoundCloud page!

“I’ve enjoyed myself so far; I’m proud of what I’ve done,  I can believe it, it’s a long and interesting story,” said the musician/producer/manager about his accomplishments thus far in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, Peter Asher goes into detail about his accomplishments, how he got into music, the ’60s in London, and his thoughts on the music industry today. Ashton goes on to discuss how he heard about, and decided to play at, the Laguna Playhouse with the Laguna Concert Band.

Catch Peter Asher at the Laguna Playhouse this Saturday and Sunday, February 6th and 7th and click here to hear the full podcast of his live session. Check out his live songs below from our SoundCloud page!

“We decided to make this ‘Roots Project,’ which was basically paying homage to my family in Kentucky. We’re from Appalachia, we’re a coal mining family, and we lost so many of our elders, so we thought it would be a really cool idea to kind of honor this amazing culture of people in these hills,” said singer/songwriter/artist/producer Martha Redbone in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, Martha goes into detail about what inspired the making of the “Roots Project” and the inspiration behind her use of William Blake’s poems in her music, discussing a few of Blake’s ideas and how they relate to her own background.

Take a road trip and catch Martha Redbone at the Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls, Oregon on February 13th and click here to hear the full podcast of her live session. Check out her live songs below from our SoundCloud page!

“One morning, I was like, ‘I want to go on a tour, let me see if I can book some shows.’ So I emailed hundreds of emails to people and it actually lined up perfectly, people got back to me, they’re like, ‘Yeah we’d love to have you’,” said the folk-pop songstress in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, Caitlin Lucia goes into detail about her experiences on The Voice and American Idol and how her experiences on the shows have helped to shape her career. She talks about touring including both her local gigs and the ones on her upcoming California tour.

Catch Caitlin Lucia  at The CAMP this Sunday, February 7th and listen to the full interview here. Check out her live songs below from our SoundCloud page!

“Inspired & The Sleep is kind of just polarity and opposites. You have the inspired portion which might be energy and might be happiness, but it could also be anxiety. Then you have this sleep portion that could be like very calm, subdued, and relaxed, but it could also be depression or something like that,” said the indie psychedelic pop band in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, the band goes into detail about the music video for their song “Die Slow,” and the inspiration behind that song and new single, “In My Labyrinth Mind”. Lead singer Max admits that these tracks are somewhat dark but serve as a form of therapy.

Catch Inspired & The Sleep at the Silverlake Lounge on Feb. 24 and click here to hear the full podcast of their live session. Check out their live songs below from our SoundCloud page!

“We try to be funny, not that we always are, but we’re always trying to be funny,” said the comedian/writer/podcast host in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, Pete Correale talks about his podcast, “The Pete and Sebastian Show,” and his thoughts on why it grew and how any show can grow. He goes into detail about the different levels of stand-up fame, presents from parents, his most embarrassing experience while traveling, the importance of consistency, and shares all manner of hilarious thoughts.

Hear the full podcast click here!

“Right now I’m at school in my last year at USC and I’m playing gigs all around. I’m writing, I’m recording, I’m promoting stuff, and just kind of trying to, you know, see where a spark catches, and get the career moving forward,” said the pop-folk singer-songwriter in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, Katie Stump goes into detail about her time at USC from picking a major to applying for the major she found to be her true calling. She talks about her time in the program at USC, her awards, and her thoughts about graduation.

To hear the full podcast, click here, and check out her live in-studio performance below from our SoundCloud page!

“It feels like a fresh start with a built-in following”  said the indie-pop band about their name change in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, SWMRS talk about changing the name of the band and go into detail about their new single and upcoming debut album that the track will be featured on. SWMRS also talk about what to expect from live shows and what it’s like being an indie artist from Oakland.

SWMRS performed last night at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana, and will be back in California performing the 21st in San Francisco. To listen to the rest of the podcast and hear them perform live click here and check out their live song below from our SoundCloud page

“The origin kinda came about as a delineation from my folk singer-songwriter days and I kinda wanted to find a different sound so I kinda went with more of a pop/rock 80’s-esque vibe,” said the alt/pop rock artist about his new EP in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.” In the interview, Jake London of City of Neon goes into detail on his new EP entitled “Ruminator” including his inspiration for the album. He also discusses the difficulties going from a two name artist to a band name.

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In the second interview that day during “Daily Scramble Live”, pop/rock/soul artist Morgan Mallory describes the reason behind his decision to make his debut album “Manifesto”. He stated, “I wouldn’t have moved down here, I wouldn’t have found the guys in hit storm, I wouldn’t have done this record if the planets hadn’t aligned and found all the right people with the right hearts.” Morgan Mallory then went into detail about the charitable nature of his album and the process it took to being made.

City of Neon and Morgan Mallory performed that night at The Wayfarer in Costa Mesa.To listen to the rest of the podcast and hear them perform live, click here, and check out their live songs below from our SoundCloud page!

“I think I write about relationships a lot,” said the folk-pop singer/songwriter in a recent interview on KX 93.5 FM’s “Daily Scramble Live.”

In the interview, Lauren Black debuted the track “Scope” from her upcoming album. She goes into detail about her music video, newly released track, her family’s part in it, her choice to move to Orange County and her experiences living here, and the inspiration behind her songs. Lauren Black admits that the music video for “Scope” is highly sarcastic and not to be taken too seriously.

 

Lauren Black will be performing in Downtown Santa Ana, January 15th. If you want to see her perform more locally, she performs at La Casa Del Camino Sundays from 5-9pm. To listen to the rest of the podcast and hear her perform live click here and check out her two songs below from our SoundCloud page! 

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