Mary Elizabeth and KAI of Sinfinis return to the show to talk about their new album, their new sound, and more!
That’s right, it’s NaPodPoMo time again! Get ready for 30 great (and short) shows! But this year, I want to hear from you! Call 877-ZALDOR-9 and tell me what you’re up to and give me a song suggestion! you’ll be making NaPodPoMo history!!
Jam packed with music and thoughts on what i’ve been up to, this is Zaldor’s World and you’re just living in it!
Thanks to Jen from Inside my head for the great intro, Olin Ezra from The Olin Ezra Show, and The Country Co Worker for the great comments in the show! Also talk about Hoo Hoo Nick and his leaving podcasting and his website is for sale!
Rock music and a trip to see friends you haven’t seen in 15 years – that’s what this episode is about! Also catch you up on what’s been going on the last few weeks, as well as bring a new intro ! Thanks to Endless Noise for the intro music!
Music and interview with the jazz/funk/fusion band from Washington DC - Mercury In Summer! Download their album, Can you Feel it, free from their site!
Mercury in Summer has been taking the D.C. music scene by storm with their catchy songs, and riveting live performance. Heavily influenced by Jazz, Fusion, and Funk, MIS brings instrumental proficiency to pop songs along with a sense of melodic and rhythmic complexity that is unheard of in today’s music !
Got some great music and voicemails for you in this episode! – Country Coworker and Freaky Coworker both check in, and I talk about the new car I bought!!
Music from Detroit – as well as conversations heard in the limo ride on the way to the reception of the wedding I was in!!
Emmett Muckles/ Muckles Entertainment
This interview was a great one to do – I drove 3 hours for it, and it was worth it!
Seasons After is a metal band from Wichita, Kansas – these guys know how to rock and are well worth checking out live! Seasons After is a five piece Rock/Metal band from the Air Capital of Wichita, KS that was formed in late 2006. Their sound, blending guitar and vocal harmonies, has been classified by some as nu-Metal with old school roots. Seasons After readily agrees with this, claiming influences
such as Iron Maiden, Tesla, Faith No More, and Sevendust to name a few.
The CD, Through Tomorrow, is available NOW (Amazon) and if you like Metal that melts your face off in a melodic way, this is a great CD for it! I love how Seasons After can go from a great melody right into a scream and back – and pull it off flawlessly!
The interview was done outside of Peabody’s in Cleveland, OH on July 3rd, 2009!