Making plans for this weekend, three weeks from now, and 100 years from now.
Six months later, we're back. Behind the scenes of our recent Piano Day label compilation, and details about our next live event in Melbourne.
Tim talks about how the idea of success can be destructive, and gets some unexpected support from Linkin Park.
Tim kicks around the idea of how a subscription model might work for the label, responds to some listener feedback from last episode, and gives away some free stuff.
Tim gets personal with a reaction to a recent Braille Face interview, and tries to explain why this podcast went dark for a few weeks.
Tim reflects on a big week for the label at BIGSOUND in Brisbane, reveals some of the inner workings behind Braille Face’s new interactive website, and outlines some of the pitfalls of…
Tim dishes out some self-help advice that no-one asked for – about success, failure, and staying motivated. Also, an exciting new development on the Spirit Level website.
Tim talks about that sinking feeling when a potential new signing slips through your fingers. Plus: another reality check from a skeptical new friend.
Tim talks about the importance of keeping creative ideas as simple as possible, and tries to resist the temptations of scope creep.
Tim responds to some podcast feedback, and takes a meeting with some very influential music fans. Plus, a stunning new song from Braille Face.
Tim talks about the potential rewards and challenges of bringing on volunteers to expand the Spirit Level team. Plus a sneak peek of music from a forthcoming Spirit Level signing, and something new from Zammuto.
Tim debates the merits of signing a Norwegian band to the label, and reflects on the nature of the creative relationship between label and artist.
Tim drives his car around the mean streets of Melbourne and talks about the dark art of mastering.
Tim flies to the Arizona desert for a "socially energising" music festival like no other, and then weighs up the merits of engaging a third-party publicist for the label's latest release.