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MNCast Episode 31: MRS. & The Sordid Affairs, Henry Johnson, The Immaculate Beings

MNCast Episode 31: MRS. & The Sordid Affairs, Henry Johnson, The Immaculate Beings

On today’s MNCast episode, #31, we do things a little different. Your first two songs as usual are played in full, and brought to you from local rock group MRS. & The Sordid Affairs, and an 8 minute piece by Henry Johnson that explores beyond typical creative boundaries. Finally, The Immaculate Beings join us in studio to talk with us about the process behind making their newest upcoming album, and they perform a song for us live in studio, which we also caught on video! This is an episode you don’t want to miss. Go listen to the episode in full by clicking right here.

Additionally, in Episode 8 of The Arc, Dan chats with Trevor and Griffin, the dynamic duo of songwriters behind The Immaculate Beings. Together they chat about their experiences going to the same music school, different instructors, different tools they picked up, and how they’ve used those into the real world whenever they sit down to write a new song. You can catch the new episode of The Arc right here if you’re a huge songwriting head.

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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