Episodes

001: Two Separate Worlds (w/ Erin Roberts)

In this pilot episode of the Procreative podcast, Jay speaks with Erin Roberts about being a mother and front woman of Ft. Collins, CO-based indie folk band Porlolo. They discuss how her songwriting has changed since becoming a mom, touring, the final show of her pregnancy supporting Destroyer, and the gulf between the competing identities...

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002: Fair Weather Friend (w/ Tim Massa)

In this episode of the Procreative podcast, Jay speaks with Tim Massa about FOMO, lost friends and relationships in the music world, marketing a major outdoor music amphitheater, and how leaving five bands to become a dad led him Stella Luce, his most successful project to date. Tim Massa is the Marketing Director for the...

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003: Get Over Yourself (w/ Adam Baumeister)

Jay speaks to Adam Baumeister from Meep Records about making space for creative time as a busy single parent, and growing his custom lathe-cut vinyl record business in Denver from a few friends to shipping records worldwide. Meep Records: www.meeprecords.com

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004: Co-Parenting & Virtual Reality (w/ Ben Tyson)

Jay speaks to Ben Tyson about co-parenting kids across state lines, re-inventing himself after a painful divorce, and becoming a serial entrepreneur in some today’s fastest growing industries such as virtual reality, legal cannabis, and tech. They discuss the financial risks involved with starting your own business while needing to make money and keep life...

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005: Different For Girls (w/ Jess Parsons)

Jay speaks to Jess Parsons about touring and the double standards mothers face in the music business, co-parenting with a touring musician, and her newest songwriting project Bluebook. They also cover the guilty feelings that come with being away from your child on a long tour, and the prospects of traveling with small children for...

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006: Desert Dadz (w/ Phil Pirrone)

Jay speaks to Phil Pirrone about Desert Daze, becoming a dad, and raising his daughter into a kaleidoscopic world of art and music. Phil is the founder of Desert Daze, Moon Block, and the band JJUUJJUU. He’s based in Los Angeles, CA with his wife, who also performs with the band Deap Valley. Desert Daze:...

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