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The Ex Man Podcast Ep. 65 – Tom Bejgrowicz (ex-A&R for Century Media, Graphic Designer)

Doc speaks with Tom Bejgrowicz, also known as Tom B, the guy who originally signed God Forbid to a record deal with Century Media records, about getting started in the music industry with Caroline Distribution and working bands like The Misfits, what he originally saw in God Forbid that made him want to sign the band, his obsessive passion that saw bounce between an A&R career and his life as a graphic designer, helping found the genre and coining the term “New Wave of American Heavy Metal”, and his recent work as a graphic design, teacher, and starting Unbuilt Magazine with Randy Blythe and Alex Skolnick.

This episode features the song “Chains” by Davola from the album Inherent and the song “Amendment” by God Forbid from the album Reject The Sickness.

Follow Tom on Instagram @manalivecreative

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Check out our band sponsor Davola at www.davolaofficial.com/ to get a free song download.

Support our show sponsor and buy official band merch at Rockabilia.com. Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off. Buy the Rockabilia.com Exclusive Bad Wolves shirt at www.rockabilia.com/browse/artists-…bad-wolves.html

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The Ex Man Podcast Ep. 60 – Steve Joh (A&R for Prosthetic Records, Ex-Century Media)

Doc speaks with Prosthetic Records A&R guy, Steve Joh, about getting started in the music industry working at Caroline Distribution, getting hired by Century Media to run Noise Records, eventually taking over the A&R job at Century Media, explains what an A&R person actually does, the enthusiasm of the early years at CM, leaving the label and touring with God Forbid, his thoughts on the changing music industry, leaving CM to to join Prosthetic Records, and gives some thoughts on God Forbid’s career shortfalls.

This episode features the song “The Huntress” by The Iron Gates from the EP The Story Thus Far.

Follow Steve on Twitter @joe_evetts

Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle

Support our show sponsor The Iron Gates at theirongates.bandcamp.com/album/the-story-thus-far
Support our show sponsor and buy official band merch at Rockabilia.com. Use the code PCJABBERJAW for 15% off. Buy the Rockabilia.com Exclusive Bad Wolves shirt at www.rockabilia.com/browse/artists-…bad-wolves.html

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The Ex Man Podcast 24 – Adam Sagir (The Noise Cartel PR, ex-Century Media, Dripback, ex-Labrat

Doc shares his thoughts on Hurricane Harvey and the LA Fires. He also speaks with his good friend, Adam Sagir, owner of UK PR company, The Noise Cartel, former Century Media Records employee, and bassist of Dripback and formerly of Labrat. Adam talks about working his way up the ladder in the record industry with Century Media, deciding how to balance his band life and other career opportunities, how he became an instrumental figure in launching God Forbid in the UK, and lays out how he started Noise Cartel and what being a Public Relations professional really means.

This episode features the song “Wasted” by Dripback from the album Failed Futures.

Follow Adam Sagir on Instagram and Twitter @AdamDaRat

Follow The Noise Cartel on Instagram and Twitter @TheNoiseCartel

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The Ex Man Podcast Ep. 07 – Mike Gitter (A&R for Century Media Records, ex-Roadrunner, Atlantic)

Doc vents about the holiday blues, and speaks with Century Media A&R guy, Mike Gitter, about his start as a journalist in the early punk and hardcore scene, his time in the major label world at Atlantic records, the process of making records with bands, his legacy at Roadrunner Records and working with bands like Killswitch Engage, Glassjaw, and Ill Nino, and reveals what he looks for in upcoming bands.

This episode features the song “Calculating Fate” from Death I Am and a live version of “Numbered Days” from KiIlswitch Engage.