IT’S TRUE. PRETTY WEIRD, RIGHT?
So, amidst all of the projects I’m attempting to work on as of late, one has stuck out and pulled a ton of my attention. As of recently, I’ve been tossing around the idea that I would MAYBE one day start a podcast. I understand that I’m not the most interesting, or engaging personality out there, but I believe that I would learn to love doing a regular show.
It also appears to be a great challenge. I’ve been thinking a lot about my way of life lately (heavy, I know), and I think this could help with some unfortunately steady commitment issues I’ve had all my life. Buckling down, and working toward delivering regular content will keep me on track (while also keeping me interested), and hopefully will help me become better overall.
I’ve asked friends, co-workers, and family members if they think I could do this, and from what I’ve heard thus far, I have the support I would like to begin doing this, so I’m gonna’ give
The podcast I will be producing will be titled "Plainsong & Commander".
It will regularly feature ideas, reviews, opinions, eventually interviews, and general talk on equal parts “Nerd/Geek” Culture and Music Culture.
The show will start and continue (for the foreseeable future) on a weekly basis with each episode lasting 15 - 30 minutes in length.
A typical episode would run in a (semi) structured format and would go from one of the topics to the next, and back and forth through-out.
This is something I would have NEVER seen myself doing in a million years, but now that I’ve realized what it entails, I’m not sure why I haven’t thought of it earlier.
I have been, and will be working on visual art and design, as well as general ideas for the project going forward, and would love ideas, feedback, tips, collaborators, and for you to share with friends. I would also love your best wishes, as it’s kind of nerve-racking.
Thank you for reading guys!
I will be recording a short sort of “pilot” episode to introduce myself, as well as explain some of the idea behind the show, and what to expect (I know you’ve heard a lot in this post already, but bare with me!).