Sending Signals

Sending Signals
A show about music and creativity.

Bev Bevan / Eric Pulido
Jul 16 • 50 min
The spaceship is landing! Bev Bevan of ELO and The Move is on the show this week. We get real about ELO’s first album, Bev’s ill-advised ELO spin-off band, writing credits for drummers, and the great songs left off “Time”. Also on the show, the very nice…
Jody Stephens / Katie Mullins
Jul 9 • 54 min
Howdy! This week Big Star drummer Jody Stephens is here! Big Star are one of the greatest bands “evs” and they have such a mystique around them; it was so cool to talk to Jody from Ardent Studios where Big Star created most of their records, and where he…
Dennis Coffey / Derek J. Pack
Jul 2 • 45 min
Imagine you could take a pill that reduced or even eliminated your body’s need for sleep. Would you take it? What would be the implications for society if everyone took it? Those are some of the issues raised in “Dead Tired”; the debut novel from Derek J.…
Clarisse Loughrey / Jo Bevan
Jun 25 • 53 min
Wossup! This week we have a member of Desperate Journalist and an actual journalist whom I shall not refer to as “desperate”. Clarisse Loughrey, is here! The Independent’s Chief Film Critic herself, alongside Desperate Journalist vocalist Jo Bevan.
Neil Hannon / Ben Brignell
Jun 18 • 53 min
You’re still here? Welcome back. This week the brilliant and hilarious Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy talks new album “Office Politics”, ELO, Mastermind, and complains about Mike Rutherford’s bass pedals. Also, designer and musician Ben Brignell…
Mike Rutherford / Nils Lofgren
Jun 11 • 49 min
Welcome back! This week, Genesis guitarist, Mike Rutherford indulges my fan-boy questions and we have a guest from E Street…
Colin Blunstone / Adam Duritz
Jun 4 • 43 min
This week Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz talks mental health and creativity, and the future (or possibly not) of the band. Also Colin Blunstone of The Zombies chats ahead of the band’s induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.
Trailer - “Is this thing on?”
May 8 • 5 min
Whether you write songs, books, or movies, or you write about songs, books, or movies; aren’t we all just sending signals?