Good art - especially independent art - doesn't just happen. Host Garret Godfrey explores some of the best ways we all can be more supportive of faith-based independent music, including interviews and the latest crowdfunding campaigns.
The intro had the voice so low I couldn't hear it when you said "Good Patron." I liked that you had a nice table of contents. You explained how UTR needs 14K, and then played your spotlight artist which sounded like the music I produced when I was 14. The drum machine is absolutely awful for today's technology. It may be that I'm a musician, but I think even nonmusicians would admit that the drums didn't sound like anything from technology produced in the last 10 years. WOW that was bad. My worry is this is the SPOTLIGHT artist, and if this is the music that UTR wants me to contribute to, no thank you. The reason bands like Stryper had mainstream success was their music was sounded like it was recorded in a studio (not a basement).
I really liked your tip about Spotify and it brought the content back to the original concept of the show (supporting musicians). I liked this as I had run out of ideas after, "Buy their music, and buy their merch."
So fix your intro and maybe be a bit more selective on your spotlight artists, and you've got a nice niche show.