Tuesday, October 19

Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

Bryan Porter of In A Daydream/Pursuer brings DIY bands and blogs on his creative and innovative podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 130):  Indie Rockers FORTY FEET TALL
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 130): Indie Rockers FORTY FEET TALL

https://open.spotify.com/show/1VCeiWQrsRrN0HvUkeS686?si=AgiTSyhERtyXOQvvQubfmA&dl_branch=1 Contributor's Note:  Portland, Oregon indie-rock band Forty Feet Tall joined Bryan on the 130th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast.  They get into the episode and talk about Portlandia and the stereotypes being from Oregon and Portland in particular.  Bryan compares Forty Feet Tall to The Strokes and Envy On The Coast.  They start talking about their 2021 album release entitled "A Good Distraction", which seems appropriate given the Covid pandemic.  Fans can find Forty Feet Tall on Facebook and their official website.  Tonight Forty Feet Tall has a gig at Alberta Street Pub in Portland, Oregon.  At this show, it's $10 and the proof of vaccination for Covid is required or a negative Co...
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 129):  STARS HOLLOW
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 129): STARS HOLLOW

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1tz9PkZ7dwMGChdUHhro5p?si=w6zq5ExHT0eMLyPv2g-QVA&dl_branch=1 Contributor's Note:  Des Moines indie rock band Stars Hollow joins Bryan on the 129th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast.  They talk about their latest record entitled "I Just Want To Live My Life" which is available on all digital streaming platforms.  Stars Hollow is based out of Des Moines, Iowa and they talk about the Des Moines DIY scene, how the band came to be and how they got their band name.  Fans can find Stars Hollow on Facebook and Bandcamp.  Fans can find Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Fans can check out the album "I Just Want To Live My Life" via Spotify below: https://open.spotify.com/album/4JSJHZzcJ0JtfSVrVHYwhR?si=8OpYTUp...
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 128):  Ben Liebsch of YOU, ME, AND EVERYONE WE KNOW
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 128): Ben Liebsch of YOU, ME, AND EVERYONE WE KNOW

Contributor's Note:  Ben Liebsch of You Me And Everyone We Know joins Bryan Porter for the 128th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast.  In this episode, they get into a deep conversation for about three hours on mental health and the single "draggedacrossconcrete."  Their album "Something Heavy" is due out September 17th.  Ben, who is non-binary, talks about his ten years of sobriety and his recovery from alcoholism and his struggles with PTSD.  Fans can find You Me And Everyone We Know on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  Fans can find Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Fans can check out the music video for "draggedacrossconcrete" by You Me And Everyone We Know via YouTube below:
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 127):  FELICITY + Album Review of “Dear Universe”
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(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 127): FELICITY + Album Review of “Dear Universe”

Contributor's Note:  Orlando, Florida's own Felicity joins Bryan on the 127th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast.  They talked about how they made music together during the pandemic and quarantine, as well as their record entitled "Dear Universe."  They also talk about the DIY scene out of Orlando and how they go through the writing process of their music.  Fans can find Felicity on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  Fans can find Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. About Felicity: Felicity is composed of Damien Fagiolino on vocals, Andrew Rapier on guitars, Cory Nicholas on guitars, Mike Alosa on bass and Tyler Dennett on drums. Their album "Dear Universe" is out now via Adventure Cat Records. Check out the album "Dear Universe" by Fe...
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 126):  Ian Cruz of EASY BEACH
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 126): Ian Cruz of EASY BEACH

Contributor's Note:  Ian Cruz of Michigan indie band Easy Beach joins Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast for the 126th episode.  This podcast is brought to you by the Pleasant Underground, which is a DIY house venue out of Ferndale, Michigan, which has actual lights and a fog machine for upstart bands in the indie scene.  Easy Beach recently released a music video for "Selena Gomez", which you can check out below.  Easy Beach has the following gigs coming up: Thursday, August 12th- The Sanctuary in Detroit, Michigan Saturday, August 28th- PJ's Lager House in Detroit, Michigan Saturday, September 25th- Blank Tape Tax in Ypslianti, Michigan Check out their events page via Facebook for tickets and further information. Fans can find Easy Beach on Facebook and Bandcamp. Fans can...
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 125) THE FLORA GOD/SO WHO’S UP NEXT PODCAST
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 125) THE FLORA GOD/SO WHO’S UP NEXT PODCAST

Contributor's Note:  Justin aka The Flora God and owner/editor of "So Who's Up Next" podcast sat down with Bryan and Benny for the 125th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast.  The podcast is available on Anchor and Spotify.  The "So Who's Up Next" podcast goes inside the mind of bands and recording artists and they look at the "self" in self-made. They've had numerous indie recording bands and artists on along with national touring band Blacktop Mojo. Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast is brought to you by Friendship Village, which is a DIY venue based out of Ferndale, Michigan.  Fans can find the "So, Who's Up Next" podcast on Spotify.  Fans can find Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 124):  SLEEPOLOGY
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 124): SLEEPOLOGY

Contributor's Note:  Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast is sponsored by Pleasant Underground aka PUG, it's a DIY venue in Ferndale, Michigan.  Check out Pleasant Underground if you are interested in booking a show.  On the 124th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast, Bryan and Benny talk with Port Huron, Michigan indie rock band Sleepology.  Sleepology came on to discuss their recently released record entitled "Field Notes From A Sinking Ship" and the DIY scene out of Port Huron.  Fans can find Sleepology on Facebook and Bandcamp.  Fans can find Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Fans can stream the album "Field Notes From A Sinking Ship" by Sleepology below:
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 123):  ROHNA
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 123): ROHNA

Contributor's Note:  Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast is sponsored by Ferndale, Michigan DIY venue Pleasant Underground.  Check out their Facebook page for shows and booking inquiries.  On the 123rd episode of Invite The Neighbors Podcast, Bryan stopped and interviewed Tampa, Florida indie-rock band Rohna in between going to his stepsister's wedding and his summer fling down in Florida.  Can't make this shit up.  Rohna talks about the Tampa DIY scene and they have a music video out for "Renew."  Fans can find Rohna on Facebook and their official website.  Fans can find Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram . Fans can check out the music video for "Renew" by Rohna below:
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 122):  COMMON NONSENSE
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 122): COMMON NONSENSE

Contributor's Note:  Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast is sponsored by 2 Foot Parade Records.  Listen to bands like Almost Made The Mixtape and Friendship Village on 2 Foot Parade Records.  Also email Bryan Porter at invitetheneighbors@gmail.com if you're interested in being on the podcast.  On the 122nd episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast, Bryan sits down with Grand Rapids, Michigan band Common Nonsense to discuss their album "Best Advice" and the Grand Rapids, Michigan DIY scene.  This was quite a fun listen.  Fans can find Common Nonsense on Facebook and Instagram.  Fans can listen to the album "Best Advice" by Common Nonsense in its entirety via Spotify below: