WMM presents Quiet Takes + Dan Jones + Juliette Frost

Wednesday MidDay Medley
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning
Wednesday, March 10, 2021

New & MidCoastal Releases + Sarah Magill + Dan Jones + Juliette Frost

WMM plays more New & MidCoastal Releases from: Knife Crime, Monta At Odds, Krystle Warren, Dan Jones and the Squids, Quiet Takes, John Velghe and The Prodigal Sons, Juliette Frost, Jillian Riscoe, Riley The Musician, Ivy Roots, Shadow Figures, Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, Amethyst Kiah, Asterales, and Andra Day.

At 10:30 AM Mark talks with musician and songwriter Sarah Magill about her music project Quiet Takes and the new EP San Fidel, released on March 5, 2021. “San Fidel” was engineered and mixed by David Bennett at Aorist Studios in Kansas City, MO. Quiet Takes is an on-going collaborative music project by Sarah Magill a writer & musician based in KC. She performs with a rotating cast of friends—although these stay-at-home days, she is playing solo. In KC, she is known for hosting house shows and co-founding Rubix, a performance art collective. More info at: https://quiettakes.com.

At 11:00 Dan Jones of Dan Jones and The Squids joins us live to shares details about the new live album, Serve Without Delay, released on February 5, 2021 and recorded one year earlier, just before the shut down on Friday, February 13, 2020 at recordBAR. Recorded, edited and mixed by Paul Malinowski of Massive Sound Studios. It features Dan Jones on guitar & vocals, Matt Ronan on drums & vocals, and Steve Tulipana on bass & vocals. This is the Kansas City singer songwriter’s seventh album over two decades, starting in Eugene, Oregon before returning to his native, non-coastal home. Dan Jones has played onstage with Mike Watt (who plays these Squids on his radio show), Dinosaur Jr., Steve Wynn, John Doe, Tav Falco, Pedaljets, Peter Case, and Minus 5. More info at: www.danjones1.bandcamp.com

At 11:30 AM Mark talks with 16-year old vocalist, songwriter, and visual artist, Juliette Frost about her new 6-song EP that was created in a 5-day recording session, last December in Los Angeles, with musician, bassist, & producer Dominique Sanders. The songs, written by Juliette, feature her vocals layered in harmonies, beats and soundscapes. On April 18, 2020 Juliette released Subterranean.Egyptian.Sea.Monkeys, her 19-track, debut, recorded in her bedroom, sampling sounds from her own cats meowing and purring, among others. Juliette Frost is the daughter of opera and jazz vocalist Emily Frost and nationally known Hip Hop Beatboxer Adrian “A-Train” Frost.

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