We cover a lot of ground in this episode: Andy has a bone to pick with Josh, Josh tells a funny story about spending the night at Andy's parent's house, and Alex jumps in as we discuss the implications of why people are drawn to horror movies. Then we come to the meat of our interview with Alex, an accomplished composer with whom both Josh and Andy have musical ties, to discuss music licensing, Alex's new podcast Open Air, navigating the highs and lows of the creative process, and how faith has affected Alex's approach to his work. Andy and Josh get a little heated and make asses of themselves trying to articulate where they're coming from in regards to faith and what Ink & Echo should be, then we close with Andy's Internet Comments of the week.
Find Alex's music and a link to his new podcast Open Air at www.alexsugg.com
We're sponsored this week by PondCast Express, the best and only resource for those who podcast from the center of a body of water. www.inkandecho.com/pondcast
Thanks to Black Map for our use of their song "Gold" in the intro/outro music. www.blackmapmusic.com