Behind The Yearbook via Scholastic Perspectives Podcast

Behind The Yearbook via Scholastic Perspectives Podcast

Welcome to the Madness To Creation Podcast: Where Self-Care & Music Merge! This unique platform is where artists come forward and converse with myself who works in the education/mental health field about their personal struggles, along with positive mindset, mindfulness, and overcoming addiction. For example: we've had the following stories 1. Lady Londyn- black transgender artist who opened up about her suicide attempt 2. We Three- opened up about their depression and how they use their platform to help heal others 3. Sweetlove- artist who poured her emotions to talk about three friends that died of alcoholism and suicide and these are just a few examples. We try to be as genuine as possible. We will have the following themes: 1. The Gush Sesh- Where artists talk about songs and albums that got them through 2. MTC Reviews- Where we pour through album reviews from a mental health lyrical standpoint 3. Mark Dean Interviews- Where Mark Dean of Antihero Magazine has guest interviews Find us at www.madnesstocreation.com as well as Spreaker, Spotify, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio and YouTube Follow us on Facebook, TikTok and Instagram @madnesstocreation and on Twitter @MTCMadness

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December 5, 2021 22 min
Contributor's Note:  Recently, legendary singer/songwriter Chris De Burgh released his 27th studio album entitled "The Legend of Robin Hood."  The album takes on his story and conceptualizes the injustices, circumstances and the life that Robin Hood lived and brings it to life for the listener.  The album was so well put together that a production company out of Germany is going to make it into a musical.


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Contributor's Note:  Scottie Brown interviewed frontman Scooter Ward of Cold before their hometown show at the Underbelly in Jacksonville, Florida.  The band has been hitting it hard for years with classic albums and tracks such as "13 Ways To Bleed On Stage", "Stupid Girl" and their critically acclaimed record entitled "The Things We Can't Stop."  Scooter and the band was so gracious to Scottie as S...
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Contributor's Note:  Scottie Brown talks to THE MYLES KENNEDY on the Scholastic Perspectives Podcast(formerly known as Madness To Creation) about "Ides of March", which was released awhile back via Napalm Records.  Scottie and Myles talks about mental health and the nuances behind the creative process of "Ides of March" and Myles was absolutely vulnerable in talking about mental health through the pandemic and l...
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Editor's Note:  Welcome to the rebranding of what is now Scholastic Perspectives!  The reason for the rebranding, to combine education, mental health and my love for the music business all under one umbrella.  I felt Madness To Creation was getting stagnant and I wasn't feeling it, now I'm feeling this and welcoming this change.  As educators and podcasters, or whatever it is we are doing in our craft, we need to adapt ...
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Editor's Note:  Mike Score of legendary 80's New Wave band A FLOCK OF SEAGULLS joined the Madness To Creation Podcast for the second season and 34th episode to talk about their latest offering entitled "String Theory."  This record is a reimagination of their classics and fan favorites including "Say You Love Me", "Space Age Love Song", "The More You Live, The More You Love", and their iconic...
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Editor's Note:  We brought on an artist that has gone viral on TikTok, mostly for his Taco Bell prank, but he's well on his way to becoming a viral sensation on TikTok and Instagram.  This artist is Cowboy Mugshot.  Cowboy Mugshot really opened up as we got going on the podcast, talking about his anxiety, to creating content and how image and his music worked hand-in-hand in his content creation on TikTok and Instagram, alo...
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Editor's Note:  Rob Morrison of New York based folk/Americana band The Booklights recently appeared on the Madness To Creation Podcast.  We get into how I compared them to The Band and Fleetwood Mac, along with their songs and the stories behind the songs on their latest record "Into A Ball."  It was a meaningful and deep discussion about mental health, music, the creative process and how The Booklights reunited after a...
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Editor's Note:  Peej of amazing UK punk rock band Punk Rock Factory sat down with Madness To Creation Podcast to discuss their amazing cover record "Masters of the Uniwurst", which features cover songs of all of your favorite cartoons growing up.  This record is for millenials and the Generation X crowd who grew up with various cartoons such as Thundercats, Masters of the Universe, Alvin & The Chipmunks, Captain Pla...
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Editor's Note:  On August 27th, the blistering German modern metal band VENUES released their album entitled "Solace" via Arising Empire.  The band entered Sawdust Recordings with producer Christoph Wieczorek(Annisokay) to record "Solace" and the results have been nothing short of spectacular.  This is the first album to feature clean vocalist Daniela "Lela" Gruber and between her vocals and unclean voca...
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Editor's Note:  In the challenging and uncertain times that stems from income inequality, gender inequality, racial and sexual orientation inequality, there is a voice that screams from the rooftops about these issues along with unjustified wars and the like.  It's an anarchist voice, that voice is Derek Zanetti of The Homeless Gospel Choir.  This was a unique podcast format.  It was unique in the sense that I decided to in...
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Editor's Note:  Broadway actor/director and singer/songwriter WILL VAN DYKE(no relation to Dick Van Dyke) joins the Madness To Creation Podcast where #YouFreakingMatter.  In this episode, we discuss a ton about mental health and I also got to pick his brain about being a Broadway director and as someone who directs plays, also picking his brain on how he goes about casting for a play or Broadway production.  Will talks about ho...
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Editor's Note:  Gone Gone Beyond recently released their latest album entitled "2030."  The album is spiritual, whimsical, experimental and beautiful all in the same breath.  Madness To Creation Podcast recently sat down with Gone Gone Beyond to discuss mindfulness, nature, spirituality, and the album "2030."  Gone Gone Beyond is composed of David Block, Danny Musengo, Kat Factor and Mel Seme.  If you're int...
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Editor's Note:  This Sunday night at 8 PM EST/5 PM PST, Rock My Collection will premiere with Ahmet Zappa and esteemed appraiser Stephen Breitman co-hosting.  The show is based on famous rock n roll memorabilia such as love letters written by Axl Rose, an Italian roadmap signed by Jimi Hendrix, and a stage-used microphone with remnants of lipstick used by Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac on the "Rumours" tour.  On the 26th...
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Editor's Note:  Capstan drummer Scott Fisher talks mental health, their latest album "Separate", dogs, and coping with anxiety and drumming techniques on the Madness To Creation Podcast.  "Separate" was released July 23rd via Fearless Records and the album is whimsical one moment and absolutely brutal the next moment.  Because of this, Capstan has built quite the underground following by sounding pop/punk while ...
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Editor's Note:  Michael Sugars, the new vocalist of hardcore band Vatican, sat down on the Madness To Creation Podcast to discuss their double single entitled "Become A New God", which includes the singles "Fractured God" and "Absolute Reality."  Vatican will be providing support for See You Space Cowboy this fall/winter in the United States, and you can check out the tour dates at the end of this post. ...
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Welcome to the Madness To Creation Podcast: Where You Freaking Matter

On the 23rd episode of the 2nd season of the Madness To Creation Podcast, we have Sleep Waker drummer Frankie Mish talking about "Alias", their music video for "Distances", plants, mental health, self-reflection and mindfulness. "Alias" was released July 23rd via UNFD, which is a follow-up to their 2018 record "Don't Look At The Moo...
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Welcome to the Madness To Creation Podcast: Where You Freaking Matter! In this merging together of self-care and music, Justin Sullivan of the legendary band New Model Army joins us to talk about "Surrounded." This is Justin's first solo album in 18 years and it was written in a time where we were all locked down due to quarantine from the Covid pandemic. In this album, there are moments...
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Editor's Note:  Out of Australia by way of the United Kingdom, Steve Kilbey & The Winged Heels have released their double album "The Hall of Counterfeits."  The album explores many concepts including past lives, religion, Indian and Middle Eastern music, ancient history and The Beatles and their work. Here is what Steve Kilbey has said about "The Hall of Counterfeits" and his band "The Winged Heels:"

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Editor's Note:  They have a swimwear collection, been featured on People Magazine, MTV, and had a billboard with their name in lights at Times Square in New York City.  This is SZNS.  Their music video for "Build A Boy" has over two million hits on YouTube and their music video for "Tequila With Lime" has several million hits on YouTube as well.  The girl group SZNS is featured on the 2nd Season and 20th episode...
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Editor's Note:  "Gone Are The Good Days" by amazing easycore band Chunk! No Captain Chunk! is out this Friday via Fearless Records.  Bert Poncet, vocalist of Chunk! No Captain Chunk! joins the Madness To Creation Podcast for the second season and 19th episode to talk about history, France revolting, cell phone addiction, and how the band has evolved in their music.  "Gone Are The Good Days" is such a diverse lis...
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