As you know, we're in the midst of celebrating 20 years of Hotflush Recordings.
I've done a few interviews to co-incide with that recently, but I am very rarely satisfied with how an interview turns out in print. Luckily I do a weekly podcast and am taking the opportunity to interview myself (kind of) over a two part podcast, the first half of which is this week's episode.
I talk about the motivations for starting a label twenty years ago, the problem with A&Ring your own material, the key developments in the period up to 2010, and the invaluable help and guidance from a man called Chris Parkinson.
This episode refers to Episodes 10 (Appleblim), 27 (Chris Goss), 28 (Joe Nice), 54 (Distance).
If you're into what we're doing here on the pod then you can support the show on Patreon! We'd be honoured and extremely grateful for your contribution to developing the show. Plus there's a private area...
...in the Hotflush Discord Server
Listen to all the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlist
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