interviews

We talk at length with record-makers about how they make records.

May 14, 2022  |  No. 149

Theo Croker: Expose the Hero

by Geoff Stanfield

With two feet planted firmly in the jazz world, as well as tentacles reaching into hip-hop, R&B, ambient, world music, and experimental genres, Grammy-nominated producer, composer, and trumpeter...

May 14, 2022  |  No. 149

Roger Eno: Chasing Colours

by Larry Crane

I first heard Roger Eno via Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks, the dreamy music written for the NASA footage-based documentary, For All Mankind. The album featured him collaborating with his...

May 14, 2022  |  No. 149

Glenn Brown: A Michigan Legend

by Andy Reed

Immersed in the world of recording since the age of 15, Glenn Brown wears many hats. With Michigan as his home base, Glenn has followed his Midwestern roots and developed an incredible work ethic....

May 14, 2022  |  No. 149

Jay Ruston: It’s All Subjective

by Avinash Mittur

Metal albums live in a perpetual battle between clarity and attitude, and Jay Ruston has become a go-to for heavy artists looking to toe that line. His productions harken back to an era of analog...

May 14, 2022  |  No. 149

Sami Perez: Breaking the Rules

by Avinash Mittur

Many folks who work in the studio straddle the line between musician and engineer on any given day. Sami Perez has kept her feet in both worlds since her teenage years. The result is a sparkling body...

March 8, 2022  |  No. 148

Beau Sorenson & Maryam Qudus

by John Baccigaluppi

I’ve known Beau Sorenson for close to ten years now, and around two years ago I met his wife, Maryam Qudus. They are recording engineers and producers, and both create their own music. They work...

March 8, 2022  |  No. 148

Blak Emoji’s Future R&B

by Larry Crane

Blak Emoji is the project/band of producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Kelsey Warren. His recently released third album, Eclectro, is a fun and inventive listen, so I dropped him a line...

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