93. Loss, Music & Finding Success With Bill Ryder Jones
Adversity to Advantage
“I had to move back into my mothers house,I was 23 I had to share a bed with her because I was in such a state”What a privilege to go deep on the topics of breakdown, mental health, purpose, trauma and the music industry with Bill Ryder Jones! Bill has been in the music industry for 20 years, starting his first band at 13, signing a record deal by the age of 16 & co-founding the band The Coral. He has since developed his career as a solo artist, singer-songwriter, musician and producer as well as talking openly about his mental health. The experience of childhood trauma followed by the pressures of being a young musician contributed to Bill suffering from severe anxiety and dissociative episodes. His journey from Adversity to Advantage has fuelled his song writing and allowed him to have a platform to help others who suffer from similar mental health issues.We get real about :The lack of support for young people entering the creative industryAdopting a persona when in a bandThe need to invest in our mental health before we reach breaking pointThe pressures of being a young musicianThe death of Bill’s brother and the effect this had on Bill’s future actions and characterThe healing power of musicRelationshipsBuilding resilienceOur relationship with technologyLevelling techniquesFinding JoyThe lack of infrastructure for people who need helpThis is a deep, honest and open conversation about loss, mental health and the lasting effects of trauma.You can connect with Bill as well as find his latest album Yawny Yawn at billryderjones.co.uk
Rookie third baseman Ryder Jones discusses the highs and lows of his first week in the big leagues, the advice Christian Arroyo gave him, learning lessons at AT&T Park, improving his approach at the plate, and more.
From the Arizona Fall League, infielder Ryder Jones discusses playing new positions, the life of a prospect at the trade deadline, his Double-A season and more. Catcher Aramis Garcia describes a collision that cost him a couple of months, what he's learned from Buster Posey, and his experience playing with Tim Tebow.
With Marshall struck down by man flu (or a so called "chest infection") Jo and James provide a mini Oscars Round Up with The Revenant, The Danish Girl and Room featuring. James reviews Bill Ryder Jones' new album West Kirby County Primary and Marshall is reached through a magical device during Life is Amazing to discuss the remarkable qualities of lobsters and a new way to examine epidemics.
Abd al Malik, Jain, Bill Ryder Jones, Imarham, Psychemagik en FUTURE BEATS con Alex García
Future Beats Programa
Darío Manrique entrevista a Alondra Bentley. La cantautora hispano-británica se abre al soft rock, el soul y otras esencias con su nuevo álbum grabado en Richmond (Virginia) y producido por Matthew E. White. Alondra Bentley se interesó por la comunidad de músicos de Spacebomb a través del libreto que acompañaba a Big Inner, el primer largo de White.“Siempre he sido muy intuitiva en mi forma de escribir canciones. Es algo caótico. Mi estado de ánimo se traslada a mi música y en ese sentido este disco es mucho más luminoso.”Además estrenamos el fabuloso retorno de un inspirado Abd Al Malik, el MC parisino entrega unod de los álbumes clave del año producido por un brillante Laurent Garnier.En esta edición de Future Beats también recomendamos las nuevas entregas de Jain, Soom T, Bill Ryder-Jones, Psychemagik...