Hosted by Kilroy and occasional co-host Cab, this podcast explores the creative process with artists that create, perform, publish, and promote their work independently.
Tales of tears and triumph, witty banter, and archetypal outfits of high fashion are just a few of things you get when you listen to Kilroy's Fancy Dress Podcast for Independent Artists!
ep 206: SONGS FROM BEYOND
In this, the final episode of season two, Kilroy spins a selection of vintage tracks from forgotten, unsigned bands of years past.
ep 205: THANK YOU FOR THAT
In Segment One, two brothers discuss an upcoming trip to Connecticut. In Segment Two, they are accompanied by rock and roll. Segment Three takes place outdoors.
ep 204: ADD SOME PAIN
Take a sneaky look behind the scenes as Kilroy and special guest DJ Claw mix some drum fills on a song for Kilroy’s upcoming LP, Billy Better Sparkle.
ep 203: FRACTALS OF THE PALE
Kilroy and special guest DJ Claw are all set to speak with Weirdy Trollop about her new cover album, Recovering Under the Covers. Then things get weird.
ep 202: SONGS FROM THE VOID
Kilroy spins a collection of vintage tracks from defunct, unsigned bands of yesteryear.
ep 201: YOU EXPECT WHAT YOU EXPECT
While staying at a cottage on a rocky cliff overlooking the sea, Kilroy and special guest DJ Claw cook vegetables and discuss self-validation.
ep 106: BUCKLE GLUGS
Kilroy ends the podcast's first season with three electric interviews - Buggy Buggins (author of The Shorter the Shorts), the traveling performance group The Bullwhip Sisters, and Harmony McSimmons (self-published author of erotic short stories and novels).
ep 105: FOXHOLE TRAFFIC
In Segment One, Kilroy offers thoughts on a favorite program. In Segment Two, he recounts a strange experience. And in Segment Three, he offers commentary.
ep 104: OPENING EACH EAR
Kilroy picks the brain of occasional co-host Cab re: the songwriting process. Cab admits to having a playlist that "gets him through the hard times" and Kilroy does not judge him.
ep 103: THE LONE CRAYON
Kilroy and occasional co-host Cab muse over the challenges and benefits of collaboration, talk about some of their favorite bands in regards to collaboration, and chew the fat on some practices and attitudes that make collaboration work.
ep 102: SAME NAME SISTER
Kilroy converses with jazz and folk artist Liz Woolley about writing songs for different genres, making time for music, and which phoneme is her favorite with which to scat.
ep 101: MUSCLE MASS
Kilroy speaks with Collin Wightman of The Municipal Band about creative drive, collaborating versus recording solo, and the difference between paying tribute to and ripping off your influences.
21 min 32 sec | 5 December 2013