This is the sixth “Quick Hits” episode – a compilation of micro-interviews with four artists. It’s a fun way for the podcast to expand its scope a bit and talk to a wider range of guests.
This episode features:
-Electronic Game Boy manipulator Scatterpattern
- Hip-hop duo Eyesbleed
- Drummer turned one-man band Tuff Patch
- Indie folk/rock/pop/electro singer-songwriter Taylor Cash Davies
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