SLB hosts Rachael Sage, Indie Artist and Mpress Label Executive on the podcast

This is a 2 part interview where host, Devlin Miles, discusses with Rachael Sage’s 20+ year career in the music industry and all her adventures from Lilith Fair to Dance Moms, she has traveled the world and toured many countries.  This indie artist has figured out how to make it work as an indie artist and to keep moving mountains and keep touring.  The 2nd part of the interview we discuss her indie record label Mpress Records and we hear about what it takes for her to sign an artist/band, how they find new artists, how to present yourself to an indie label, know the strengths that the label brings to the table.  Hear music from Mpress Records artist: Seth Glier, A Fragile Tomorrow, Ks Choice and Rachael Sage herself.

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SLB heads to DC, where we meet and mingle with the locals

Travel with us as we meet the locals before our show at The Black Squirrel.  We hit the Amsterdam Falafel Shop, Bicycle Space, the music scene as we interview shop owners at the Crooked Beat about Vinyl sales and Smash Records about the local musical talent, such as Lindsay Buckingham Palace.  So plug in your ear buds and learn with us as we find out about the best way to have a Falafel pita, which bike horn is the best, the latest bikes on the market, how to ride safely, and how vinyl rebounded, literally.

This is a 2 part episode, so listen to the deep SLB discussions as we roll to DC one early morning last Fall and then check out part 2 where we hit the ground running and find out what is happening in DC.  We close the show with great indie artists, that we listened to on the road, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds from Brooklyn, Gin Wigmore from New Zealand, and Grace Potter from Vermont.  Come on go local with us!

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SLB Indie Trailer S2 Ep6 SLB on WMSC ends up SOL

This is the Episode you have been waiting for, when you finally get to meet, hear, and listen to the full band.  Although Bishop and Jibrail were not able to make this on-the-air radio promotion, SLB played a great acoustic set and it was only fitting to start here.