Inside Music Podcast #32 – Brandon Stasi (Sudden Suspension)

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On this episode of INSIDE MUSIC, host James Shotwell calls Sudden Suspension vocalist Brandon Stasi to discuss his band’s promising and fast-moving career in music. Sudden Suspension recently announced their decision to sign with Bad Timing Records, and James asks Brandon a number of questions related to the band’s decision to sign, as well as what they have planned in the months and years ahead. If you love pop punk, or if you just want to learn a bit about how a label can impact a band life in a positive way, make sure not to miss this conversation.

The music you hear in the intro to ‘Inside Music’ this week is “Past Tense” from Sudden Suspension. You can learn more about that song, as well as the album it hails from, on Bandcamp.

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James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the Director of Customer Engagement at Haulix and host of the company's podcast, Inside Music. He is also a public speaker known for promoting careers in the entertainment industry, as well as an entertainment journalist with over a decade of experience. His bylines include Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Substream Magazine, Nu Sound, and Under The Gun Review, among other popular outlets.