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Brought to you by Food Circle, the UK's fastest growing surplus food retailer, this podcast documents the journey and the learnings of Food Circle's founders, James and Paul. Join them as they discuss a variety of topics relating to entrepreneurship and interview guests about their experiences. Looking for inspiration to start your business journey from nothing? Look no further!
 
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Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to music journalist and broadcaster Gemma Dorsett. Gemma is a Country/Blues/Rock singer who has spent the past 15 years developing her voice finding influence in gut-punching artists such as Melissa Etheridge and Joe Cocker. Gemma talks about her journey fr…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to guitar visionary Nicolas Meier. Nicolas is a guitar virtuoso, concertist and artist spanning many genres of music. In our podcast he describes his passion for learning and and improving on his instrument, his love of playing live or, in his words, being …
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to music journalist and broadcaster Paul Sexton. Paul contributes to The Sunday Times, Billboard, Music Week and many other titles, and presents and produces shows for BBC Radio 2, Virgin Atlantic and Emirates. Paul walks us through his vivid and varied car…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to drumming legend Mike Dolbear. Mike is first and foremost a drummer but also educator, co-ordinator and all-round industrious being. As you can hear Mike hijacks our intro (brilliantly) and kicks off explaining how Covid-19 has been affecting him and his …
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Gemma Stoddard. Gemma is a Teacher, Singer, DJ, Dancer and all-round Hype Machine. She talks us through her career so far in the music industry ranging from singer in two funk bands and travelling across Europe, teaching music in secondary schools, start…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Jenn Clempner. Jenn is a Singer-Pianist, Music Director for theatre and choirs, an Independent Vocal Coach, Multi-instrumentalist, Mental Health advocate & Lecturer in Music. She talks frankly and openly about her struggles with mental illness throughout…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to illustrator Mark Wilkinson. Mark is an English artist, illustrator and airbrush wizard. His combination of incredible technique and vast imagination has led him to create iconic cover art for bands like Iron Maiden, Marillion, Judas Priest, Fish, The Dar…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Louise Clare Marshall. In this episode, Louise tells us (in technicolour!) her life in music, from playing piano and singing in Oldham, Manchester, moving to London and becoming a regular singer with the Jools Holland Band. We get a free mini-warm up ses…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Andrew Kingslow. In this episode, Andrew talks about his life as a musician, composer, producer and artist manager. He talks about his love of keyboards and synths and walks us through his early days as a classically trained pianist and percussionist to …
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Francis Hylton. In this episode, Francis talks about his life as bass player, artist, record label owner, steel drum player and DJ. He goes back to his early days at university, how came to play with Incognito and what he's been getting up to over lockdo…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Roger McCormick. Roger McCormick is the presenter of 'The Blues Spectrum' on Brooklands Radio. "Two hours of the best in blues and "bluesy" music, old and new. The genre continues to thrive and the show covers the best of the new releases but also harks …
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Marianne Windham. In this episode Marianne talks about her love for Jazz, its community, the double bass, teaching, her university days, jazz promotion, her charity work and why she left a succesful carreer in software consultancy. The founder and drivin…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Nicholas James Lockewood. Nicholas is a musician, bass player, artist and educator. He has a Degree in Jazz studios from Leeds College of Music, a Masters in Music from The Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) and is currently undertaking a PhD also at…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Carter Arrington. Carter is a guitarist, live performer and composer and has worked with the likes of The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Progger, Peter Rowan, Eric Johnson, Alejandro Escovedo, Bernard Purdie and Fred Wesley to name a few. Carter also has a…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Joel Pike (aka Tiny Leaves). Joel is a composer and goes under the moniker Tiny Leaves he has developed his sound as a solo artist alongside years of writing and performing in bands. He describes his music as being rooted in narrative, but is often surpr…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Clovis Phillips (Add a Band). Clovis is a multi-instrumentalist, studio owner, producer and lover of wine. His studio is just outside Newtown in Wales. Clovis, Stef and James have a very interesting chat about how Clovis started the studio, learning guit…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) are talking to Simon Johnson. Simon is a guitarist, producer and composer most recently working on the films Wild Rose (2018), Fisherman’s Friends (2019) and Blithe Spirit (2020) as a music consultant. As a guitar player Simon has worked alongside Sir Tom Jones,…
 
James Welch (Masterlink Productions) and Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher’s Funkestra, RSB Records) are talking to Kat Eaton. Kat Eaton is a singer-songwriter from Sheffield living in London. She has just released her first album ‘Talk To Me’ (Reason & Rhyme records). Kat shares how she got into Blues and Soul at a very early age, how a school con…
 
James Welch (Masterlink Productions) and Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) talk to Elliot Ireland, director of Pedigree Cuts, musician, engineer, producer, DJ, songwriter and all-round music lover. Elliot takes us back to his University days and how he and his partner in crime Alex Rizzo have organically developed from Breakbeat/House …
 
Stef and James have an enlightening and candid chat with Send Hill Studios owner Pete Mills. Pete has been a studio owner, tour/production manager for Elton John and has recently been dabbling in cutting edge audio technology. Pete owns the land and buildings where the Masterlink Productions studio is located so has a great affinity with all of our…
 
James and Stef have an *in-person, face-to-face, no Zoom-call* chat with Masterlink Sessions drummer Mike Sturgis. Mike delves into his approach to playing and recording at the Masterlink Sessions studio, his passion for education and his general outlook on being a musician. It's a fascinating insight into his world and his musical heritage. Mike h…
 
James (Masterlink Productions) and Stefan (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) talk to Fiona Cruickshank. Fiona is a freelance engineer and producer based in London. During this relaxed chat they talk about her varied work experiences at Air (Studio), the Tonmeister course in Surrey, her career path, working and recording with amazing musicians and composers…
 
Paul and James are joined on this episode by Sean Ali and Charlotte Bailey, founders of Super U, a superfood business recently featured on BBC Dragons Den! Sean and Charlotte talk about their journey so far, the health challenges they have both faced, and of course their experience facing the Dragons!…
 
Stef and James talk to renowed producer and all-round super bloke Fred Mollin. Fred is very open about how he works in the studio, his relationship with the songwriter Jimmy Webb, being a film composer and not being 'damaged enough' to be an artist himself. Fred Mollin first came into international prominence as a record producer in the late 70's, …
 
James and Stef talk to Jana Varga - Slovak-born London-based singer songwriter. She talks about her journey from her homeland to the UK, bringing emotion and depth to her songwriting and lots more. Her well crafted songs are at home in the broad Americana genre but their roots run much deeper. Jana’s natural musicianship is founded in her classical…
 
James and Stef talk to Greta Valenti & Robin Davey | musicians, audio producers, film producers and all around creative entrepreneurial energy fields with their own bands: Well Hung Heart and Beaux Gris Gris, based in Orange County, California. Greta Valenti is an American business woman and artist. She is best known as the lead singer/songwriter o…
 
James and Stef talk to Greta Valenti & Robin Davey | musicians, audio producers, film producers and all around creative entrepreneurial energy fields with their own bands: Well Hung Heart and Beaux Gris Gris, based in Orange County, California. Greta Valenti is an American business woman and artist. She is best known as the lead singer/songwriter o…
 
Stef and James talk to esteemed rock and roll photographer Rob Blackham. Rob has photographed some serious names - Eric Clapton, George Ezra, Van Morrison, Slash, Michael Kiwanuka, Sir Tom Jones, Georgie Fame, Robin Trower the list goes on. Rob also turns out to be ace producer and guitarist, who knew? He's funny, frank and full of stories. *Apolog…
 
Stef and James talk to Vin Goodwin, purveryor of excellent nights out in the form of Vin's Night In and Vin's Veg Out. We had a lot of fun talking to Vin about his many working 'hats', musician, composer, theatre writer and creator of communities. We also heard about Vin's other job as an access and inclusion officer for buildings which is super fa…
 
Stef and James talk to Leo Appleyard - Jazz Guitarist, Electronic Producer and Educator. Leo talks about his journey through music, going from jazz guitarist to electro producer and how to collaborate with people. Over the past decade Leo has played/recorded with various artists - both in and out of the jazz idiom - including; Derek Nash, Jim Mulle…
 
James and Stef talk to Scott McKeon - guitarist, maker of fine fuzz pedals and ultimate blues man. Scott talks us through his journey from picking up a guitar at aged 4 - to having the Fender Master Builder replicate his beloved Stratocaster. This is only 30mins of an hour long chat we had with Scott, stay tuned to hear more from our conversation. …
 
James and Stef talk to modern-blues singer/songwriter Ben Hemming. In something of a backward nod to the ways of a bygone era, its fair to say that Ben Hemming didn’t so much find the blues… as the blues found him. It was during a particularly troublesome period in his life, stuck in a dead end job, and having watched his girlfriend walk out of his…
 
In this episode of the Masterlink Podcast James and Stef talk to Jade Like The Stone, artist, singer and songwriter. Jade talks about how she grew up in a Welsh village with a notable career in Opera seeming to beckon until the tragic death of her drowned brother, led to a re-evaluation of her life plans and aspirations, spawning a renewed need to …
 
Stefan and James talk to Hollie Rogers, artist and singer-songwriter. Hollie speaks about her journey from teaching to having a full time career in music and all the pitfalls and fun that come with it. Hollie is funny, candid and also wrote a song about porridge that got her a free holiday. Listen in to find out how she did it. Hollie Rogers is a L…
 
James and Stef talk to singer-songwriter Georgia Van Etten. She talks about her move to London, establishing herself as an artist and missing her family. She is open candid and funny and talks about her love of songwriting. Recently signed to Canadian record label Birthday Cake, founded by The Bros. Landreth, she continues to solidify her position …
 
Stef and James talk to Karl Vanden Bossche, legendary percussionist and super cool dude. Karl talks us through is esteemed career - think Mark Ronson, Gorillaz, Sade, Stevie Winwood, Gabrielle, the list goes on. Karl tells us how he figured out how best to work with people, being creative and what it's like being a percussionist in the modern music…
 
James and Stef speak to smoky-voiced, hard-working, far-touring, award winning chanteuse Elles Bailey. Elles talks about how she has become a successful blues/americana artist, touring extensively and becoming a first time mum. Elles has toured throughout the UK and Europe in 2019 and early 2020 as well as being special guest support for Grammy Awa…
 
This week, Paul and James are joined by the Too Good To Go founder, and Forbes "30 under 30" alumni Jamie Crummie, to hear about how he went from studying a law degree at Leeds University, to starting an app that now has 7 million users globally. From his early days hustling in the shops, restaurants and cafe's of Leeds to try to get companies to p…
 
Stefan and James talk to Laura Evans, rising Welsh star and country-rock singer. Laura tells us about her life as an actor and the transition from that world into music. She describes her process of writing music and her influences (Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Bonnie Rait, Faith Hill and more), how she reaches fans and how she met Drake. Visiti the …
 
James and Stef speak to the larger than life character that is Tony Rémy. Tony details his life as a session guitarist, the ups and downs of the music industry and gives us a run down of some of the incredible musicians he has worked with (Annie Lennox, Jack Bruce, Steve Lukather, Glenn Hughes, Simply Red, Craig David, M-People, Gary Barlow, Sarah-…
 
Darren Forde, founder of Samdai joins Paul and James for a chat this week. Samdai is a Sheffield-formed, web and soon to be app-based same day delivery company (hence the name!) and VIP discount club. Starting off talking about Samdai and how it all started, the conversation meanders through topics of mental health in business, race and BLM, and Da…
 
Stefan and James talk to Ben Edwards from The Rainbreakers. Ben speaks candidly about his struggles with mental health and what it's like to front rock band The Rainbreakers. Although still a young band, The Rainbreakers possess a maturity and wisdom hewn from battle hardened touring over recent years. Playing to capacity crowds at iconic venues su…
 
In this episode, James & Paul are joined by Natalia Welch and Daniela Orrego the co-founders of Loro Crisps (and Natalia is also the founder of Pura Panela) We ask Natalia and Daniela about a range of topics, including their experience as Colombians starting a business in the UK, how they work together as a partnership, their tips on starting a bra…
 
Stefan and James talk to Sophie Ackroyd. Sophie is a London-based songwriter-producer specialising in pop music. She has recently completed the 2019/2020 studio residency at Spotify’s Secret Genius Studio, where she spent 6 months working at Metropolis Studios. Sophie tells us about her journey to becoming and a music producer. Visit the Masterlink…
 
This week, Paul and James are joined by Andy Needham - owner of multiple businesses, including Morris & Son and Approved Food, a business that has provided huge inspiration to Food Circle. Andy reflects on his early life, his career in multiple sectors, his involvement in the businesses he currently runs (including his appearance on BBC Dragon's De…
 
James and Stefan talk to rising star Connor Selby, blues artist and recipient of “Young Artist of the Year” in the 2020 UK Blues Awards. Standing in the footsteps of Eric Clapton and Peter Green Connor talks about his love for blues music, performing alongside The Who at Wembley Stadium and shares his methods of honing his craft. Visit the Masterli…
 
James and Stef talk to Mark Ede - successful manager of international touring artist Jo Harman, partner in consultancy firm BiGiAM, proud champion of the ‘über-indie’ artist and lover of cricket (we think). Visit the Masterlink Sessions. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themasterlinksessions)…
 
In this episode, James & Paul (Food Circle founders) are joined by the founder and CEO of The Real Junk Food Project, Adam Smith. Delving into Adam's upbringing and the problems in his life that led him to start The Real Junk Food Project and create millions of meals using surplus food every year, as well as how to scale up a business or social ent…
 
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