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The Unstarving Musician’s Podcast features weekly interviews with indie music artists an industry pros who share their experience and expertise on songwriting, recording, touring, getting gigs, marketing, and much more. It’s all intended to help indie artists to more of what they love–make music.

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May 24, 2019

Jason Davis loves helping music artists realize their dreams. He has founded several cutting edge entertainment companies including Radar Label Group (Jimmy Eat World, Plain White T’s, Neon Trees, The Unlikely Candidates), Awaken Records (Austin French), One One 7, Care For Kids, is the Co-President/Partner of Higher...


May 19, 2019

Glass Hamlet, Musician Community, Music Industry Mentors, Rap, Hip Hop, Too Much Love, Go SoloGlass Hamlet loves the songwriting aspect of music. His big challenge has been finding a community of fellow musicians and music industry mentors.

Glass is a native of Moscow, Russia. In the late 90’s he moved to New York where be began an education in design and the arts. He’s applied his education and creativity...


May 9, 2019

Daniel Stidham, Raid the Quarry, Releasing a new album, Temporary Cemetary, Ghost Town

In this episode Daniel Stidham of Raid the Quarry discusses strategies for releasing a new album. His Raleigh North Carolina bansed band has just released their first full length album, Temporary Cemetery.

Episode Highlights

The episode begins with Daniel Stidham discussing the launch of Raid the Quarry’s new...


May 3, 2019

From Collaborator to Solo Artist – Singer Songwriter Notelle, @notellemusic, Leveraging Uniqueness, Imposter Syndrome, Preparedness, PR, Power, Tell MeNashville based singer songwriter Notelle recently made the move from longtime collaborator to solo artist. She’s known for heavy messy pop with an electronic edge.

In our conversation for this episode, Notelle is forthcoming with lessons she’s learning as a solo artist and advice that has served her well. She’s...