EP178 | Matt Brown

EP178 | Matt Brown

On this episode we’re talking about the further adventures of drum genius, Matt Brown. This time we’re delving deeper Matt’s drumming and production career history, how to bounce back when the universe throws you a curveball, and studio construction. “If you sit there and dwell on something you make that a reality. If I’m going to make my own reality, …

EP177 | Nick Sampson

EP177 | Nick Sampson

We’ve got Nick Sampson back for an in depth talk about his work with Polyphia, amazing drummers, and writing catchy songs. Nick certainly has some amazing ideas about all facets of guitar. Whether you’re interested in the engineering of the objects themselves, becoming a better player, or getting amazing tracks, he’s you’re guy. But his studio craft doesn’t begin and …

EP176 | Romesh Dodangoda

EP176 | Romesh Dodangoda

On this episode, we’ve got Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Monuments, Sylosis) for a discussion about drum engineering, etiquette for assistants, and recording at Abbey Road. Romesh has worked with some amazing bands and has had the opportunity to record in some legendary locations. His wide ranging experience allowed us to discuss a huge variety of topics. There’s something …

EP175 | Johnny Minardi

EP175 | Johnny Minardi

Johnny Minardi returns to the podcast to chat about the secrets of A&R, getting return clients, and why you need to view the success of others as inspiration. Between doing A&R for Roadrunner and Fueled By Ramen, managing producers with Self Titled Management, and Noise Creators Johnny is a great role model for how to get shit done in the …

EP174 | Brian Hood

EP174 | Brian Hood

Brian Hood is back, and we’re talking the pros and cons of work travel, overcoming the procrastination that comes along with perfectionism, and why grit matters. We think it’s safe to say that no one wants to be a flash in the pan. We all want to craft long running, successful careers. Figuring out how to get on track to …