The Long Road to Brewin' is underway, with Moose, Pete and Dewsbury heading off around the country. Following the first night in London, Moose and Dews shook the hangovers off and got together in studio 1 to discuss the previous night and their hopes for the week ahead. The podcast this week also features an old friend...
This week the podcast is all about the Long Road to Brewin'. After literally years of being told that they can't do it, Moose, Pete Bailey and Dewsbury are finally going to be heading out on their UK-wide road trip #LRTB. The sole aim is to meet as many Primordial fans as possible, have a natter, answer any questions, and sink a few beers.
In this episode, all three of the guys explain where they're going, what they're looking forward to, and what they're worried about.
This next week is going to be crazy #LRTB
In this latest episode, Moose explains The Plan. You can almost hear the Capital Letters. From staffing to revenue, via costs and marketing, he covers the lot. Be prepared for a massive dose of FACTS (not the alternative kind). His first guest this week is our funding advisor from www.seedrs.com, who has a name you probably won't believe. He knows his stuff though, and helps to illustrate why the upcoming Primordial Radio road trip - The Long Road To Brewin' - is so important. On that subject, this week Moose also speaks to our brewmaster Sean Ayling from Pig & Porter brewery, who will be developing our very own Primordial Sup ale.
This week the Primordial Radio podcast sees Moose talking tech. Given that he's out of his technological depth with a Speak & Spell, this should be amusing. Engineer Mark talks us through some of the technological aspects of broadcasting a radio station without a studio, before Moose speaks to Mark Bentley and Paul Johnson, who are developing our website and app respectively. There's also the latest (accurate) merch figures and news of a big announcement next week.
Moose is back on podcast duties this week with the latest update on how we're doing, what we're doing, and why we're doing it. There's exciting news on the official set-up of the company, and a chat with Matt Young to find out how we did with our first merch preorder (SPOILER: quite well). We also get to meet the latest addition to the team; John Hamelink, our new business consultant. We need someone who knows what they're doing to advise us... Oh, and a Yorkshire Yeti makes another appearance as well.