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Scream Therapy: Rachel Taft of Feed the Scene on Positive Effects of Helping Others

Host Jason Schreurs welcomes Feed the Scene founder Rachel Taft who has been feeding and housing bands since 2011. Rachel lives with depression and ADHD and started the “band and breakfast” as a way to deal with the death of her mother. Since then, she has hosted more than 1,200 touring bands at her Baltimore house.

Scream Therapy · Episode 29: Rachel Taft of Feed the Scene on positive effects of helping others

Featured songs:
The Dopamines – “Public Domain” from Expect the Worst (Cold Duck Records, 2010)
Less Than Jake – “Does the Lion City Still Roar?” from GNV FLA (Sleep It Off Records, 2008)

Photo: Colby Ware

Scream Therapy is a podcast that explores the link between Punk Rock and mental health hosted by Jason Schreurs. Guests include members of the underground music scene living with mental health challenges.

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    Feature

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  6. Feature
    Feature

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    Best of 2017: Dylan Presents The Year’s Top Earworms

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    Feature

    Best of 2017: Kyle’s Picks For Albums and EPs

    Kyle laments the deletion of his original submission and tells the tale of 10 albums from 2017.

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