#12 | Richard Delgado

January 2, 2019

Richard Delgado is somewhat of an anomaly. He's a musician, audio engineer, and entrepreneur who works full time 6 to 7 days a week and still finds a way to be happy. He talks to us about his ability to turn the chaos of life into pure productivity and gratitude in this week's inspiring episode. 

#11 | Graham Ginsberg

December 19, 2018

On this episode, Andy sits with Graham Ginsberg, a good friend and an awesome Live Audio Engineer we're thankful to have met. 

#10 | John Lares (Cielo Agency)

December 5, 2018

Andy sits down with John Lares, a truly talented booking agent, and artist. Our discussion on show production, artist expectations, and booker misconceptions may help those wondering, "why can't I get shows", and better yet "what can I do to improve my shows?" Join us as John helps break some of these questions down. 

#9 | Wax Children

November 21, 2018

Wax Children stops by the Jellyhead Studio to talk about the album their fans have all been waiting for, details on their hiatus, life, addiction, being fathers, and working to provide while still pursuing their passions.

#8 | Maxx Diaz/Thomas Pridgen

November 6, 2018

In this very special episode of the Jellyhead Podcast, Andy sits with Maxx as he describes his horrific car accident that nearly took his life and how these random moments can kick your ass into depression or into gear. After some tear-jerking moments, the Jellyhead crew heads to Big Ego Studios for a recording session with Maxx's band, WIRES, where we get to speak with the incomparable Thomas Pridgen (The Mars Volta, The Memorials). He gives two cents on the industry and how he views Los Angeles from the outside looking in.  

#7 | Alek Fin

October 24, 2018

Maxx and Andy sit with Adam Finkel of Alek Fin, an insanely talented writer/producer/multi-instrumentalist who's been widely recognized by the likes of Radiohead's Phil Selway and Jay-Z. They discuss the importance of passion in art, Day jobs and not sweating the small stuff when making the transition from indie musician to full-time artist. Adam is one of the most influential people working in music today and we could all learn a thing or two from how he operates and his outlook on life as an artist.