Off Air
Wizard Radio Media - Music

Myles McCaulskey on Mental Health

29th October 2017 | Music

Mental health isn’t often positively discussed in hip-hop and rap music – with the likes of Future’s ‘Mask Off’ making audiences repeat words such as: “Percocets, molly, Percocets”.

But, inevitably, as mental health is a topic that weaves itself into all of our every day lives – some artists are tackling it head on.


Logic took over the rap game this year with ‘1-800-273-8255 (feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid)’ – a song which directly speaks about issues such as mental health, substance abuse and suicidal thoughts. For a song with such a positive message, it’s incredible that it’s lasted so long and stayed relevant for over 6 months.

On his show, Myles McCaulskey discussed the intersect between mental health and rap, and the impact of Logic’s ‘1-800’ on society.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Myles McCaulskey on Mental Health

Myles McCaulskey discusses the intersect between mental health and rap, and the impact of Logic's hit single on society. (11 minutes)

Interview with Danielle Bradbery

29th October 2017 | Music

On March 25th, 2013, a young artist stepped onto the stage of The Voice and performed a song by one of her musical heroes, a soon-to-be label mate, Taylor Swift.

At that time, neither the artist or the United States of America knew what was happening – but, in retrospect, it was the start of a journey for Danielle Bradbery as she went on to win that series of The Voice, sign a deal with Big Machine (home to the likes of Taylor Swift, Thomas Rhett, Midland and others) and release a debut album which charted at #5 on the US Country Charts.


After that, things went a bit quiet.

Now, aged 21, Danielle Bradbery is more sure about who she is than ever before. She now a song-writer, her “big brother” figure is award winning country artist Thomas Rhett (with whom she shares a manger) and her music is damn good.

Whilst still developing as an artist, her album ‘I Don’t Believe We’ve Met’ is a culmination of the journey of growth and discovery that Danielle Bradbery has gone through over the past few years.


The album is released on December 1st and features the amazing tracks ‘Sway’, the Thomas Rhett-penned ‘Hello Summer’, ‘Potential’ and more.

James Gilmore interviewed Danielle Bradbery about the past few years of discovery, the new album and her growing reputation as one of the most promising new pop artists in the game.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Danielle Bradbery

James Gilmore interviews Danielle Bradbery about the past few years of discovery, the new album and her growing reputation as one of the most promising new pop artists in the game. (11 minutes)

Interview with Joel Baker

29th October 2017 | Music

It’s been a long time coming for Joel Baker.

The artist first made a name for himself with his 2013 EP ‘Long Sleeves, which blew up online and generated hundreds of thousands of streams, including the single ‘Further Than Feelings’ which is currently on over 3M streams.


As a completely independent artist, Baker then went on to release the 2014 EP, ‘Every Vessel’, before seemingly going silent.

In this time, trials and tribulations came as Joel Baker faced both emotional challenges and tried to sign to a label – finally signing to the esteemed Virgin EMI with whom he’s released his latest music.


Making a strong comeback in 2017, ‘Story (feat. Abra Cadabra)’ launched Joel Baker back into the mainstream, shortly followed by the release of his ‘Bag of Dreams’ mixtape. It’s the same Joel, just louder and more ferocious than ever before.

James Gilmore interviewed Joel Baker whilst on the road with the Coffee House Sessions tour about his comeback and what’s still to come.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Joel Baker

James Gilmore interviews Joel Baker whilst on the road with the Coffee House Sessions tour about his comeback and what's still to come. (6 minutes)