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A profession where Murphy's law is at its best! In this podcast, we decipher the journey of the makers in the business of making films and unravel the challenges of being in this profession. These candid conversations are also a reality check to millions out there who want to be in this very sort out and considerably glamorous profession. New episode every Friday/ Saturday Curated & Hosted by Suchita Bhhatia Brought to you by Metaphysical Lab & Ep.Log Media
 
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We are heading towards the 100th episode of THE ARTISTS podcast- and in this 99th episode, we have Maya Van Leemput- who has been named 50 female futurists by Forbes; Maya specializes in Media, Arts, and Design. She is a Senior Researcher for the Research Center Open Time | Applied Futures Research at Erasmus Brussels University of Applied Sciences…
 
The way we promote our music is crucial to how many people it can impact. If you do a google or YouTube search on music marketing you will find thousands of videos and many may have conflicting, or even contradictory information. So, how do we understand the best way to market our music with so many options? Although there are many sub categories I…
 
On this episode of the CIAS podcast I had a great conversation with my friend Daniel Doss. Daniel is a Nashville-based artist, songwriter and producer and has accomplished so much on his journey so far. From being a signed artist with Sparrow records, having a publishing deal with Word Publishing, leading worship at several churches, and having suc…
 
EP 98- yes!!!- of THE ARTISTS podcast has Leslee Udwin as our guest. Leslee is a filmmaker who made this heartwrenching documentary India's daughter - on the 2012 Nirbhaya rape. The film garnered 60 million views right after the ban when BBC released in the UK. Post that Leslee started a not-for-profit education organization, Think Equal.. Leslee l…
 
Happy new year! Over the last couple of weeks we have been reflecting and assessing everything that happened in 2021. I hope that you were able to celebrate the wins and find areas of growth for the new year. With all of that information in our minds I now wanted to look to the year ahead. We have just begun 2022 and we can bring everything we've l…
 
One of the most important things we can do as artists and songwriters is reflect. Not only is this a great source of creativity and inspiration, but it's a great way to evaluate where we've been. It's that time of year again where we all are working on our goals for the new year. I love setting goals and looking back on the goals from the previous …
 
This final episode 97 for the year 2021, has Vasundhara Das as our guest. Vasundhara Das is a multifaceted, multi-lingual personality successfully straddling many worlds. Well known for her skill in both the film and music industries, Vasundhara’s films include Hey Ram (Tamil / Hindi)), Monsoon Wedding (English), Citizen (Tamil), Ravana Prabhu (Mal…
 
There are a lot of twists and turns on our music journey. Within the same day there can be a wide range of triumphs and trials. The key is consistency, but how do we keep things exciting, how do we stay inspired and how do we keep it fun? One of the best ways to accomplish this is by never losing the wonder of it all. There is a certain quality to …
 
On this weeks episode of the CIAS Podcast I had an incredible conversation with my friend Temitope. Temitope is a Nashville based singer, songwriter, artist who has been on a mission to unite the Church across all races and backgrounds, through his honest approach, and in a conversation we should all be having right now. We discussed many of the th…
 
Why do we eat cows and not zebras? Are you making a life or are you making a living? What does the future hold the next 5 years- what are we questioning! As we head to the end of the year 2021, our guest for EP 96th of THE ARTISTS podcast is Ayelet Baron. Ayelet has been named as one of the 50 leading female futurists by Forbes; and a thought leade…
 
There are many traits that make for a successful career in music, but I believe the most important is being consistent. The ability to show up over and over AND OVER again will set you apart and help you build a long-lasting career. I have heard it said that most people give up after their first failure, and nearly 95% give up after a second, but i…
 
The yearly Spotify Wrapped numbers came out this week and if you've been on social media, you've seen everyone sharing their results. This is an exciting time for some and there is so much to be gained from it. Just in case you don't know, every year Spotify releases a cool, animated video showing all the stats over the past year on your Spotify fo…
 
TOP 5 Hidden Waves Plugins Happy Black Friday! Today is the best day of the year to pick up plugins. The deals are insane and if you are anything like me, you patiently wait to see all the new deals. I wanted to cover my top 5 favorite hidden gems from Waves. I use Waves plugins every day in the studio and love them. I have talked about many of my …
 
There are many layers to a music journey. Many of us get caught up in not knowing how to set aside time in a healthy way for each area. The main parts are songwriting, music production, promotion and brand building. Yes, there is more to it, but I think these 4 cover the most commonly disguised aspects. Identifying each part is important. I wanted …
 
On this episode of the CIAS Podcast I had a great conversation with my friend Tailah. I met Tailah through my good friend Jerricho Scroggins and my wife and I attended their wedding this August in Nashville! Tailah is doing big things. Tailah is an artist who has been writing and releasing songs for most of her life in Nashville. The combination of…
 
On this episode of the CIAS podcast I sit with Suzy and we discuss the hacks and scams that are affecting so many of us. My Facebook was almost lost to a very sophisticated hack last week. We were able to get it back but we are still uneasy and taking steps now to be more prepared going forward. On the show we talk about: *Our hack and how we were …
 
Lev Kuleshov, the Russian filmmaker and one of the first pioneers of Film theory. The Kuleshov effect influenced directors like Hitchcock. This snacky episode takes us through the contributions and effects of this Russian film theorist and filmmaker. Email id: metaphysicallab@gmail.com/ You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook, Instagram…
 
On this episode of the CIAS podcast I wanted to discuss 5 things that have helped me produce better music. These are more mind-set than technical and I believe will help you in whatever stage you are in. I have been producing music since 2010 and have learned so much along the way. In the beginning it was an outlet with no rules, and just a way to …
 
Science of storytelling, emotional intelligence and its impact on our stories, who we are in our own stories and more in this fantastic episode with Lani Peterson, a thought leader, and a professional storyteller. Find her on her site lanipeterson.com. Pointers: 1) Very rarely do we talk about science of storytelling vs the art of storytelling. 2) …
 
On this episode of the CIAS podcast I had the privilege and honor to have a conversation with one of my hero's and mentors Todd Fields. Todd has been writing, recording and releasing music as an artist for many years and has made real impact with his music. Todd not only has been writing and releasing music, but he was on staff at North Point churc…
 
Back in 2017 I started to focus on songwriting in a serious way. I had written hundreds of songs for myself and various bands I was in, but 2017 is when I became most focused on becoming a professional in the music industry. In the process I began to produce the songs I was writing to help bring out the best version of the work tapes I had. On this…
 
On this episode of the CIAS Podcast I had the privilege of talking with my friend Dave Taylor. Dave has many years of experience working professionally in the music industry, with 10 of those years spent with Integrity Music. Dave has a passion to help indie artists get their music heard through promotion strategies and consulting. I personally fee…
 
We are talking to Darin Sallam, the filmmaker from Jordan, whose film got premiered at TIFF 21 amidst the Covid restrictions. A great and important chat that will break a lot of myths about female filmmakers coming from the Arab world. 1) Farha, premiering, the audience, and the response amidst the co-vid. 2) Travelling. 5812 miles during the Covid…
 
On this episode of the CIAS podcast I wanted to first celebrate our 1 year anniversary! It has been truly incredible to be on this journey with you over the last year. God has accomplished so much more than we ever could have imagined. In our first year we had nearly 8,000 downloads! The vision of this podcast is to help Christian Indie Artists and…
 
Why is Lee Erwin one of the most important person's we should know- AN ARTIST WHO SINGLE HANDEDLY REVIVED AN INTEREST IN SILENT FILMS by his authentic, suave, Sophisticated compositions for over 70 silent films- from Buster Keaton to Mary Pickford to D.W. Griffith Email id: metaphysicallab@gmail.com/ You can follow us and leave us feedback on Faceb…
 
How do we judge a work of art? What are the faculties of Perception we use? How does that differ from culture, understanding, habits, consciousness and more? Robert Pepperell an artist, a professor of Fine Art at Cardiff School of Art and Design, and a scholar and investigator shares his investigations: 1) Defining Visual experience? 2) Seeing a ph…
 
Yasujiro Ozu was an influential Japanese Film auteur, who made approx 35 silent feature-length films from 1927- 1936- Only a few have survived. These films did the groundwork for him to finally make the talkies that are considered classics- The Tokyo Story being one of them. In this snacky episode 90 of THE ARTISTS podcast - we try and explore his …
 
Co-writing is the BEST way to write songs. I know, I know, you may disagree but I say it because there are so many more benefits than just writing a great song when it comes to co-writing. Yes, writing a great song is the goal, but the relationship building is the key difference and benefit, opposed to solo writing. The collaborative aspect is so i…
 
Hitchcock, Godard & Kiarostami- three masters in one episode no 89 with the prominent Film Critic and Scholar Sir David Sterritt. Sir David Sterrit is a film critic, author, teacher and scholar. He is most notable for his work on Alfred Hitchcock and Jean-Luc Godard. He has also served two terms as chair of the New York Film Critics Circle . His wr…
 
On this episode of the CIAS Podcast I wanted to talk about a really important topic, NOT quitting. It can be easy to give up on a music journey as it is difficult, takes a lot of time, and has many twists and turns. But, I believe this is a calling and we can’t give up on a calling. Even more than that, if God has put it on our heart to share our m…
 
The brilliant German director F.W. Murnau, made classics like Nosferatu (1922), The last Laugh (1924) and Sunrise (1927) before his tragic death in 1931. Out of 21 films that he made- 8 are completely lost. Murnau was an innovator in varied techniques in modern cinema- listen to this #snacky episode no 88 to know more!! Email id: metaphysicallab@gm…
 
Right now is the greatest time in history to be an indie artist. We have all the tools and resources we need to build and grow a career in music. With accessible recording equipment, social media, zoom and other apps and technology, we can literally create a successful music journey with almost everything we already have. But, how do we actually ea…
 
We have the film critic, author, filmmaker and actor from Iran, Hamed Soleimanzadeh. Hamed has been on the jury of more than 15 film festivals including the 74th Cannes Film Festival (FIPRESCI) in France. Pointers: 1) Iranian culture and cinema- now and post. 2) The stories during the co-vid. 3) Influence of Kiarostami and Farhadi 4) What is Cinema…
 
On this episode of the CIAS Podcast I wanted to share my personal production journey. I believe right now is the greatest time to be making music from home and I know you can do it too! Every journey begins with one step, and in this episode I talk about how I started my journey back in 2006 on an old Dell computer with no microphone, headphones or…
 
Continuing from EP 85 , Tarkovsky's Sculpting in Time is a timeless book for Cinema makers, Cinema Lovers and Artists. In this part we get you : 1) Chapter 4: What is Cinema's destined role? 2) Relationship between Artistic Cinema and Commercial cinema. 3) To seek one's own truth is to search for one's own language. 4) Becoming an Artist. 5) Artist…
 
Get "Record Your Vocals Like a Pro" here On this episode of the CIAS Podcast I wanted to walk through 8 things that will help you record your vocals like a pro. Right now is the best time in history to be making music and more specifically, making music in your home studio. We are now able to write, record and release music from our homes that can …
 
What is the goal of art- A man's journey to know ABSOLUTE TRUTH. Art is born out of longing for the spiritual ideal. These lines from the treasure of a book "Sculpting in Time" that Tarkovsky the great Russian filmmaker left for us to ponder upon and SCULPT OUR SOUL! So guys Sculpt your soul with this special episodes on excepts from Sculpting in t…
 
On this episode of the CIAS Podcast I had a great conversation with my friend Holly Salazar. Holly has lived in Nashville for over 12 years now and has been working professionally in the music industry since moving there. She has also written with well over 1000 co-writes and with her experience she has so much wisdom and insight to share. I wanted…
 
Get 27 Free Guides Now! One of the most important pieces to getting our songs heard is through streams. How do we get streams? Well it comes through a few ways but one of the best ways to get streams on your music is through playlist placements. Playlist pitching, submissions and promotions are one of the biggest topics in music. So how do you get …
 
On the greatest- Buster Keaton- and the films that he made during the silent era from (1920-1928)- His classic quote- "Comedy does not change" and indeed even after 100 years we are still laughing at those same gags. Enjoy people- while it lasts!! Email id: metaphysicallab@gmail.com/ You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook, Instagram, a…
 
As we all know releasing music takes a lot of planning to do it right. Once the song is mastered and ready to release the work is only half way done. Putting together a plan for a strategic release can make all the difference. I wanted to share a simple formula we have used for my own releases and many artists I have worked with. By having a plan i…
 
In this episode of THE ARTISTS podcast we have Veena D Dwivedi-a professor in Psychology/Neuroscience and PhD in Linguistics. Find her at: https://brocku.ca/dwivedi-brain-and-language-lab/ Main pointers for the talk: 1) Does the human brain think with language? 2) How will we think if language was not there? 3) What kind of signals the brain develo…
 
Get 21 Free guides to help you on your music journey Chasing a music dream can be such an exciting experience. When we dedicate ourselves to achieving something and start to see things work, we feel fulfilled and are living out our purpose. But what happens when things in the industry start to change? What happens when what used to work, doesn’t wo…
 
This snacky episode 82 focuses on the Soviet Filmmaker Alexander Dovzhenko and his three masterpieces- Zvenigora, Arsenal and Earth made between 1928-1930. Go watch on You tube. The research and quotes from Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, senses of cinema and filmquarterly.org. Enjoy!! A Small Note: The last year or more has been a tough one for all of us…
 
Sync music is one of the biggest topics in the modern music industry. Its popularity comes from a few different factors, but one of them being the mystery behind it. Yes, most of us know that sync is music written/produced specifically for placements in film & tv, but how does our music end up on our favorite show, movie or ad campaign? I wanted to…
 
On this episode I had a great conversation with artist, songwriter and worship leader Ryan Lynton. I came across Ryan’s music a couple of years ago and have been a fan ever since. He creates music with strong melodic hooks while bringing depth and meaning to his lyrics. Ryan has been working in church ministry since high school and received his min…
 
As we approach the great Kieslowski's birthday on June 27th- we are fortunate to have Prof. Annette Insdorf sharing about the work, life and making of Kieslowski's masterpieces - Blue, White, and Red and The Double Life of Veronique. She also shares similarities between the two masters- Truffaut and Kieslowski- who she had closely worked with and a…
 
On this episode I had a great conversation with my friend Marcos Suazo- Mr. Mas Music. Marcos grew up in the church keeping close attention to the drums and that has stayed with him on his entire journey. From picking up the guitar to write his first songs, to learning production and releasing an EP, Marcos has always kept the main thing, the main …
 
100 years of SATYAJIT RAY- The beginning, the influences, the techniques, the style, the legacy- in this snacky episode number 80 of THE ARTISTS. Go watch his films from Apu Trilogy to Charulata. Ray lives on!! Sources: The dates, and figures have ben collected from satyajitray.org, britannia.com, Wikipedia A Small Note: The last year or more has b…
 
On this first episode of season 3 I had a truly inspired conversation with my good friend Jonathan Jackson. Jonathan is a talented artist, songwriter and entrepreneur in the music space. He has been writing 100 songs per year for the last 5 years and that is evident on his releases that are killing it on streaming platforms. On this episode we hear…
 
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