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MNCast Episode 29: Midnight Notion, Charlie Doesn’t Surf, Wild Age

Hey everyone, we’re back again for yet another episode of MNCast! Today’s line-up was filled to the brim with local rock acts, including music from Midnight Notion, Charlie Doesn’t Surf, and Wild Age. Hosts Jimmy and Dan talk about the 9-5 grind life and prepare for the beautiful Minnesota spring weather. At the end of the episode, as always, the guys sit down and chat with August and Lang from Wild Age about the song “Vitamin,” played on the episode, and the full album it is a part of called “Sea of Health.” Go check out the episode here, and don’t forget to use the links below to subscribe using your favorite podcast platform.

Additionally, Jimmy sits down with Wild Age producer August Ogren again, to chat about the behind-the-scenes creative process of how “Sea of Health” came to be. As well as his experiences as a studio owner, and the newest in-house engineer at The Terrarium Recording Studio in Minneapolis. Go check that episode out right here.

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MNCast is a podcast hosted by Jimmy Byrne and Dan Smith, two music professionals living and working in Minnesota. Together, they recognized how hard it can be to be "heard" in today's industry. With so much going on, new music being released every single day, and music blogs & local radio stations being flooded by new releases - it's no wonder so many people aren't getting airtime. After months of conversations and complaints to each other, they decided it was time to start something new. Since August 2017, MNCast has been dedicated to delivering what you missed in Minnesota Music right to your ears!

Written by MNCast

MNCast is a podcast hosted by Jimmy Byrne and Dan Smith, two music professionals living and working in Minnesota. Together, they recognized how hard it can be to be "heard" in today's industry. With so much going on, new music being released every single day, and music blogs & local radio stations being flooded by new releases - it's no wonder so many people aren't getting airtime. After months of conversations and complaints to each other, they decided it was time to start something new. Since August 2017, MNCast has been dedicated to delivering what you missed in Minnesota Music right to your ears!

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