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Who was John Milton? The author of Paradise Lost you say? Well, certainly, but he was also a man, going about his daily life like any of us in 17th century England, (except that he was a genius of course). Take time to read about a day in his life and learn more about him and his likes, dislikes, background and proclivities. Also, the same with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Walt Witman, Lord Byron, Keats and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Each of them a man or woman of their times, living each day l ...
 
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On this special Track by Track episode of Solving Sounds, I flip the spot light on to myself and talk about the album that I made called Lyons Mane. I am joined by my great friend and record producer/engineer Don Farwell to dissect each song from a song writing and producing point of view. This record would not have existed without Don and Earwig, …
 
We have a real treat for you this week! Not only is Kathy Moore back as our first repeat guest, she also brought a copy of The Kathy Moore Super Power Trio’s upcoming album I Won’t Let the End of the World Bring Me Down! Listen to us talk about how each song was written and recorded in the second installment of Track by Track. Most of these songs h…
 
Lindsay Johnston aka Vanna Oh! is our guest on this week’s podcast! We talk about all sorts of interesting things, including how she became a full time musician, how she approaches songwriting and playing guitar, and how she has been spending her time during the quarantine. Check out the Vanna Oh! website here: www.vannaoh.com Watch the Vanna Oh! m…
 
We are introducing a new version of the show this week called Track by Track. Instead of covering a musician's entire career, we will spend our time doing a deep dive into one album that they have made. We will cover everything from where it was recorded, who engineered, tracked, mixed, and mastered it, who played what instruments, how the songs we…
 
Our special guest this week is producer, engineer, and mixer Floyd Reitsma. Floyd primarily records at Studio Litho in Seattle, but also records in many studios around the city. In this episode, we talk about how Floyd cut his teeth as a young producer, his philosophy around making creative choses, and how he goes about understanding an artist’s vi…
 
We are honored to have Dr. Quinton Morris on today’s podcast. Dr. Morris enjoys a multifaceted career as a concert violinist, educator, entrepreneur and filmmaker. He is an associate professor of violin and chamber music at Seattle University and the founder/executive director of Key to Change, a nonprofit organization that provides violin and viol…
 
Sean Foe and Emily Koo from Echo Ravine call in from Tacoma this week and tell us what it was like getting into the Seattle music scene after moving from Massachusetts, how their sound and style has evolved over the years with different bandmates, and how they wrote and recorded their amazing new record that will hopefully be released soon. Listen …
 
My guest this week is Justin Tamminga from the bands Assertion, Pig Snout, Blind Guides, and Dying Trades. If that wasn’t enough to keep him busy, Justin is also a well known local music teacher who has created a special program engineered towards people on the autism spectrum. Listen in to hear us talk about his background in playing and recording…
 
I thought we could all use a lil boost in positivity and joy right about now, so this week I’m bringing out a secret weapon, Emily McVicker! We actually recorded this interview before all of this COVID19 stuff, and listening back, I found it somewhat therapeutic to listen to a normal conversation about music and being a musician. That, plus Emily’s…
 
The semi-iconic Dick Rossetti joins us this week to talk about all things Ball Bag, Twink the Wonder Kid, Squirt, and more! Hear us explore Dick’s inspiration for writing lyrics, what he thinks of the current state of radio, and how he champions the smaller cities and towns often overshadowed by Seattle. Listen and follow Dick’s band Ball Bag here:…
 
We’ve got podcast veteran, theZim on this week’s episode! Tune in to hear us share stories of interviewing and documenting the Seattle music scene, how theZim applies his creativity to so many different mediums, and how he’s stayed true to his passion through the unexpected twists and turns in his life. Follow theZim on social media: YouTube: www.y…
 
Today, I finally give the people what they want and speak to the most requested and most mentioned person on the podcast, the wizard himself, Don Farwell. Don and I dive deep into his history as a musician and cover everything that has lead up to a new record with his reformed band, Suitcase. Some of the points we touch on are playing shows with ba…
 
It’s a double feature this week with two heavy hitters - Brent Amaker and Darci Carlson! Tune in and hear us talk the challenges of forming a super group, unique percussive techniques in the studio, and why posting pictures of your food on Instagram can help your band! Follow Brent Amaker Deathsquad: instagram.com/BrentAmakerDeathsquad In the episo…
 
I learned so much from Rudy Lucinda this week! Check out our conversation and hear how to keep dirty laundry on tour in check, how to relax and allow music to flow through you, and how to fit a full drum kit into a Prius! Stay up to date on Ruby’s social media: https://www.instagram.com/ruby.lucinda/ Check out Ruby’s band No Baby here: https://www.…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Shaina Shepherd talks with us about ways to engage an audience, how to keep your show fresh and original so the same fans keep coming out, and I finally find out the story behind the name BEARAXE! Stay up to date on BEARAXE’s Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/bearaxeband/, https://www.instagram.com/bearaxeband/.…
 
Iris Chamberlain sits down and talks with us about creative ways to promote your band, how to support a local music scene, and sheds light on how hard it is keep a band together! Support Iris’ new band here :https://www.instagram.com/go_golgotha_go/ Check out her coaching company for musicians here: https://www.liveloudercoaching.com Stay up to dat…
 
William Goldsmith talks with us about his evolving approach to the drums, how collaborating can lead to writing better music, and how he won’t let my compliments to go to his head. Follow William’s new band Assertion on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/assertionband/ Check out William’s interview on the Trap Set Podcast hosted by Joe Wong: http…
 
On this episode, Chris Ballew shares his secrets about putting on a good rock show, the hard work of constantly creating, and the art of staying positive and putting everything in perspective. Stay up to date on Chris’ music and upcoming shows with Casper Babypants here: babypantsmusic.com Catch all of Chris’ visual artwork and ambient music here: …
 
Don’t let the soft, soothing tones of Troy Nelson’s voice fool you, you haven’t got it dialed to 90.3 KEXP. Check out my in depth conversation with Troy where we talk about the trials and tribulations of an indie band trying to make a living, how to ride the thin line of writing pop songs, and how to (not) get a job at KEXP. Hear Troy from 3pm to 6…
 
I traveled to Laundry Room Studios to talk with Barrett Jones about how he became an engineer, how he was able to make one person sound like a full band well before pro-tools, and we get an inside look at what it’s like to be a sound guy at a rock club! Learn more about Laundry Room Studios: http://www.laundryroomstudio.com Watch the Laundry Room L…
 
JD Richards talks with us about his approach to lead guitar and theory, the business side of music, and how he’s learning to write orchestra compositions and sound design for video games. Check out Pilot to Bombardier and be sure to click on the individual songs to see the different images that JD mentions in our conversation: https://pilot2bombard…
 
On this week’s podcast, Kathy Moore talks about the importance of representation in the music community, loving practice as much as performing, and how to catch the big fish like David Lynch. Follow Kathy on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kathy-Moore-Music-1147145881983255/ Get tickets to the Flight to Mars show on May 10th - https://www.axs.co…
 
Julie D is this week’s guest on the podcast! Tune in to hear us talk about the process of turning jams into songs, the awesomeness of the Rain City Rock Camp for Girls, and I continue last week’s theme of gushing over Gary Thorstensen’s guitar playing. Check out Julie’s next show with Guest Directors at the Central on May 3rd: https://www.facebook.…
 
This week I had the honor of speaking with Kurt Danielson about adjusting your playing style with different collaborators, channeling real life experiences into song lyrics, and realizing that the song is king and finding the best ways to serve it. Get tickets to the Mythological Horses show on 4/14/19. - https://www.ticketweb.com/event/mythologica…
 
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with Julia Massey and talking with her about the many ways to release music in 2019, the difference a collaborator can have on your own songwriting, and how to make friends with the fear that comes with performing. If you’re interested in learning more about Julia - Tickets to her album release show with…
 
On today’s episode, Donn Bennett talks to us about turning your passion into a career, what it’s like to learn from your heroes, and how to make a space that fosters creativity. Find out more about Donn and his drums at his website here: http://donnbennett.com If you enjoy the podcast, it really helps us out when you subscribe, rate, and review the…
 
This week I went down to Uncool Ranch to talk to Sean Moe about the long and painful process of making vinyl, keeping a band going when a member leaves, and the dark art of sequencing an album. Check out Sean’s music with his band Stereo Creeps here: Bandcamp: https://stereocreeps.bandcamp.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stereocreeps/ Instag…
 
Bass man Clint Hoyler came over to Lyons Mane studios and talked to us about the importance of locking in with the drummer, how positivity can foster your creativity, and gives his take on the eternal question: fingers or pick? Listen to Clint's bands here: Aurora Motels: https://auroramotels.bandcamp.com Suitcase: https://suitcaseseattle.bandcamp.…
 
For the 10th episode of the podcast, I sat down with Jen Gilleran and talked about putting yourself at the service of an instrument, trying not to impose meaning on something, and knowing when and how to communicate with a band that you’re producing. Jen’s Website: https://www.jengilleran.com/ My interview on The Seattle Podcaster’s Podcast: https:…
 
#FriendofthePod Derek Bennett makes his debut on the show this week and talks to us about using constraints to fuel your creativity, leaving enough room in your playing for other voices to come through, and adjusting multi-layered recordings into a live show! If you enjoy the podcast, it really helps us out when you subscribe, rate, and review the …
 
Brian Kidd stops by this week and talks to us about writing music specifically for licensing, how he incorporates other forms of media to get his music in front of people, and shares some bad band breakup stories! If you enjoy the podcast, it really helps us out when you subscribe, rate, and review the show on iTunes. Thank you so much for listenin…
 
This week I talked with Eric Snyder about ignoring the popular genres of the day and playing the style of music that you really love, collaborating with bandmates who have a different vision for the group, and learning to shred at the LA Musicians Institute aka Heavy Metal High School. If you made it to the end of the episode and are wondering wher…
 
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