WR671: Godblender

Episode 671 March 10, 2022 00:45:01
WR671: Godblender
Witchpolice Radio
WR671: Godblender

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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

You've heard local metal guitarist Josh Bedry in numerous bands over the past two decades and change -- from Electro Quarterstaff to Witchtrip and beyond.

Josh is on this episode to talk about Godblender, his new solo electronic project

We talked about the aggressive similarities between metal and synth-driven music, about having a creative outlet during the pandemic, and much more.

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