A JUNO nomination, MuchMusic Video Award noms, multiple East Coast Music and Music Nova Scotia Award wins, John has grown his band In-Flight Safety from small-town art project to the world stage. From David Bowie’s email endorsement in the early days to some iconic Film & TV placements, European tours and radio play on the BBC, John has kept busy since day one.
John’s deep fascination with making music was born the day the Mullane family acquired its first home synthesiser in 1987. By 17, he was recording his own songs on a 4-track cassette recorder. Shortly thereafter - inspired by bands like Sigur Ros - his attention turned to a cinematic brand of rock music that lead him to form In-Flight Safety.
Since In-Flight Safety’s ‘Conversationalist’ album cycle winded down John has been pointing his focus outward. Using an artistic process he developed over years of collaborations he has been spending his time of late producing and co-writing with other artists. By using his skills for concise effective ideas, and feet-up ideas John’s current priority is helping artists find their own creative point of view.
A Series of Topics That Occupy My Anxious Mind.
I'm Sam Madore, an overthinker extraordinaire.✨
As host of this podcast – and as someone who has lived with anxiety and depression most of my life – I want to normalize the topics and conversations that an overthinking mind can bring to light.
Because I'm sure I can't be alone in this;)
Big thanks to my pal and stellar music producer, mixer, composer John Mullane of In-Flight Safety, for providing MY VERY OWN THEME MUSIC (from episode three on). Theme song produced, recorded, mixed, by John Mullane for LMOAI. Written by John Mullane.