thebuzzr pod

Hosted ByShay D

We discover the best music at the local pub and festivals, yes? This podcast brings local music scenes, emerging artists & their music from their local music scene to your living room, bachelor pad, commute from work or a couch chill out at the end of the day times.

Featured are one-on-one interviews with musicians, content creators and personalities contributing great content to the world.

We are international. We believe that music has no borders.

thebuzzr podcast covers artists internationally, all genres. Meet dynamic personalities putting out great music. Here albums and EPs are showcased, often for the first time. We hear the stories on the road and in the studio.

Sometimes our guests get mysterious and we offer up unusual experiences, paranormal occurrences & relationship couch therapy.

New episodes every Monday & Tuesday!

Broadcast for thebuzzr podcast is every Monday & Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST/EDT.

Plastic Poetry

Hey, y’all. I am Shay. This is thebuzzr podcast. Independent music releases, global coverage.

Welcome & enjoy.

thebuzzr podcasts will wind down Season One of both shows. The top shows of Season One will air starting on September 6th.

The show’s airing had the top fan engagement, subscribes & download counts.

Alternative rock 4-piece band Plastic Poetry joins us from Glasgow, United Kingdom.

The original broadcast aired on February 26th, 2021.


About The Show

Alternative Rock 4-piece band Plastic Poetry joins us from Glasgow, United Kingdom.

The band’s latest, self-produced EP is a collection of songs that deal with loneliness in the modern-day society, early adulthood and the fears that arise from facing the future.

The lyrical work of this band is outstanding! We feature two tracks from the album, Post Romantic Collections, Volume 1.

The band formed in 2017 in Glasgow. The singer Victor Deschamps and lead guitarist Adrien Bordes originally met in Munich in high school and started writing songs together.

After graduating and emigrating to Glasgow, the band was officially formed with Jamie Linskell and Andrew Scott-George joining on drums and bass respectively. Later that year (and before even playing a single show), they recorded their first self-titled EP at 7 West Studios with producer/sound engineer Chris Marshall (Gerry Cinnamon, Baby Strange, the Dunts…) before going on to build a solid reputation as a live act, playing venues such as King Tut’s on multiple occasions or playing the Songs From Northern Britain festival in Stockton-on-Tees in October 2019. Plastic Poetry’s influences range from British guitar bands (The Smiths, Belle & Sebastian, Franz Ferdinand etc.) to French folk music (Gainsbourg, Françoise Hardy…). In February 2020, Plastic Poetry started releasing a song every 2 weeks on their YouTube channel, the compilation of which is their latest release, Post-Romantic Collections, Vol.1.

About the Author
With an entrepreneurial career covering decades, Shay Drinkwalter has worked in media content creation, copywriting, and branding for over 40 years. Shay started at a local outlet now part of Metroland Media Group, covering regional sports, after a political correspondent at the local and national level. For a two-decade span, she was a stockbroker and then executive of a national securities firm, meanwhile providing content for periodicals, newsletters, national corporations, and not-for-profits. She is a founding member of the Canadian Freelance Guild/CWA, a former radio show host, and co-founder/editor of a local digital news platform. Shay is a publicist and curator for a UK indie platform. She covers artists of all genres, from around the globe. She provides popular music content for an NYC content firm. Additionally, she writes for music, literary, and foodie blogs. Shay’s blog, thebuzzr, promotes independent artists. Feedspot recognized the blog in its 2020 Top 20 Music Marketing blogs. When not writing, through The Buzz Roll Media™ and What's Our Buzz she promotes podcasts, independent artists, bands and venues. For most of her story, she was a big city lady. In contrast, she now writes, podcasts & creates from her home studio situated in rural Ontario.

Leave a Reply