Loudini Interviews Don DiLego

Since the release of his previous album, “Photographs of 1971,” Don DiLego has produced and released two EPs as Beautiful Small Machines with his long-time musical partner Bree Sharp (which Read More …

Loudini Interviews Alex Vans

Alex Vans had a really, really terrible idea for a business. He got a bunch of dudes, gave them instruments, and made them play stoner rock guitar riffs under smooth Read More …

Loudini Interviews LUSH CAMP

Brooklyn, NY-based indie rock outfit Lushcamp makes alternative rock music that ignites the senses and captures the bittersweet flow of memories. The band’s debut album, Lushcamp features catchy guitar hooks Read More …

Led Zeppelin IV (Zoso)

Lou and Katie discuss Led Zeppelin’s masterpiece Led Zeppelin IV and reveal some little know facts about it’s making. Show Notes              

Loudini Interviews Ed Roman

The multi-faceted musical mastery of Ed Roman sparkles like a prism of possibilities, which play out like a synthesis between a children’s book, a musical, an expose and a spirit Read More …

Loudini Interviews Echoes Never Lie

Echoes Never Lie is a five piece, high intensity, high energy metal band from Pittsburgh, PA. ENL brings a unique sound, pulling inspiration from many genres within hard rock and Read More …

Songwriting Secrets Of Your Favorite Artists

Katie and Lou discuss one of their favorite topics: songwriting. They share their personal expertise as well as some great tips from the of the best songwriters of all time. Featured Read More …

Loudini Interviews Sharon Knight

San Francisco songstress Sharon Knight is a Celtic folk singer in leather armbands. She plays octave mandolin as if it were an electric guitar and sings as though she means Read More …

Loudini Interviews Mike Cykoski of A IS FOR ATOM

Mike Cykoski, the man behind the arty, literate indie-pop project A Is For Atom, has had a distinguished career in the music business so far, but a few transformative events Read More …

Celebrating the Masterpiece “Who’s Next” by The Who

Who’s Next is the fifth studio album by English rock band The Who. It developed from the aborted Lifehouse project, a multi-media rock opera written by the group’s Pete Townshend Read More …