Master Random, in Boston, with local musician, and Boston' newest resident, Doug Chan. Find out about his latest journey to get himself through Graduate School, majoring in Music. What does it take to attain an advanced degree in Music? Find out on this episode of Master Random.
Rachael Esteves is a producer, musician, and owner of Playhouse Studios.
Jordan Hardy jumps on the podcast and we talk music, life, writing, and so much more!! He's known for being the lead singer of Matala, but most recently, after a one year hiatus from music, he released his first single from his new band, Fat Tofu. He's an awesome guy and can't wait to have him not the podcast again.
Talented young rapper, Tyler 'Trips' Tanaka, jumps on the podcast and we talk music, the scene, development and growth of the mind. Check it out!!
I join a group of talented musicians in Doug Chan's home studio to talk about music here in Guam and it's potential to become known worldwide. Great episode! Listen in!!
The John Dank Show!!! From grassroots beginnings in music to being one of Guam's premiere rock bands. Their album EP is ready to drop and we just can't wait!
Welcome backs all around!! For Peace Band, one of Guam's top Reggae bands, jumps on the podcast to tell us about their April tour in Hawaii and California and how it has changed them as a band. Big welcome back to the podcast, MR co-host, Bo Santos.
After 20 years of visiting and playing music in Guam, the Master Random boys sit down with the big boy in love, Baba B. In a heartfelt and honest interview, Baba B talks about life as a musician and the effects it can have on those around you. This is truly an episode of Can't Stop the Music! Series not to be missed.
After two epic nights at TRENCHFEST, the Master Random boys finds themselves at Urunao, a private beach in Guam, where Josh Heinrichs, Skillinjah, and Jordan T are chillin and enjoying the sandy beach and nice cool sunset. The boys chat it up with all three in an unprecedented trio interview getting their insights on life experiences on their journey through the musical world. With dabs to the left and friends to the right, this first podcast experience for Master Random is definitely one to remember.