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Buddy speaks to singer, rapper, and songwriter nothing,nowhere. (aka Joe Mulherin).

In this episode, Joe explains how he was influenced by Buddy’s own record, Let It Enfold You by Senses Fail. Buddy and Joe also talk about meditation and mindfulness, supporting Thrice on tour, the making of the new nothing,nowhere record Trauma Factory, coping with anxiety, Senses Fail, the current state of the music industry, staying creative, handling facebook trolls, 9/11, not going to shows, living in Vermont, COVID’s impact on music, and more.

Listen to Let Let It Enfold You by Senses Fail: https://open.spotify.com/album/6Blw6RRPD0RAjpYsa0CMFd


Listen to Trauma Factory by nothing,nowhere: 

https://open.spotify.com/album/16rbUsslYCC9NnKIwLQUnY 


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