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Signal Path by Shure
43 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Episode 49 – Alexander Hacke
Alexander Hacke is a member of the seminal German industrial band Einstürzende Neubauten. Besides his efforts alongside Blixa Bargeld, he also regularly records with his wife, Danielle de Picciotto, and has contributed to countless other creative projects over the years. In the podcast, Hacke talks about how he’s kept busy during the pandemic, how playing a coiled spring on the latest EN album gave him carpal tunnel and why somebody named DAVE keeps telling the band what to do.
31 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Episode 48 – Casey Driessen
24 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Episode 47 – Bully's Alicia Bognanno
Alicia Bognanno is the creative force behind the indie rock band Bully. In the podcast, she discusses her background in audio engineering, how having that expertise has influenced her approach to making music and what it was like to drop her latest album "Sugaregg" in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
32 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
Episode 46 – Institute for Sound and Music
Nick Meehan is the director of the Institute for Sound and Music (ISM), a non-profit initiative based in Berlin dedicated to sound, immersive art and electronic music. In the podcast, he discusses his earliest audiovisual adventures in Boston, the ISM's plans for a cultural center in the German capital and what it's like to watch Brian Eno create ambient music on the fly.
22 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Episode 45 – Kyoka
In a special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Kyoka, a producer, sound artist and field recorder nominated by Yuri Suzuki to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast the Japanese artist discusses drawing inspiration from her surroundings and the impact living in Berlin has had on her music.
33 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Episode 44 – Hannah Brodrick
In a special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Hannah Brodrick, a sound engineer nominated by James Lavelle to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast she discusses prepping kits for Iron Maiden and Robbie Williams, working in a male-dominated music industry, as well as the organization she helped establish, Women in Live Music.
30 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
Episode 43 – Choker
In a special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Choker, an innovative singer and producer blurring the lines between R&B, hip-hop and indie music. Originally from Michigan, the artist also known as Chris Lloyd was nominated by Santigold to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast, Choker discusses growing up isolated in Detroit, his decision to commit himself completely to music and how moving to LA changed his sound.
32 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Episode 42 – Debit
In this special Signal Path episode, Kieran Yates speaks with Delia Beatriz, a New York-based producer and DJ going by the name Debit. Known for mixing Mexican club rhythms and industrial sounds to create avant-garde techno, she was nominated by Holly Herndon to be an inaugural member of Shure24 – a platform celebrating audio culture innovators. In the podcast, Debit discusses how moving from Mexico to the United States influenced her tastes, the impact of technology on music and what it was like being named a Shure24 Audience Choice winner.
34 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Episode 41 – Paul Leonard-Morgan
After working with bands like Simple Minds and Belle and Sebastian, the Scottish composer Paul Leonard-Morgan went on to write the soundtracks for Limitless, Dredd and the TV series Spooks (MI-5). More recently, he's collaborated on projects with two of the biggest names in the business: documentarian Errol Morris and composer Philip Glass. In the podcast, he tells Andrew Anderson about embracing mistakes, getting over imposter syndrome and the creative opportunities of being on lockdown.
23 minutes | Aug 28, 2020
Episode 40 – Black Pumas
23 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Episode 39 – Bootsy Collins
Having played bass for James Brown and Parliament Funkadelic, the funk legend Bootsy Collins needs no introduction. We spoke with him about his new charity single for musicians facing tough times during the coronavirus crisis, his new album dropping this fall and what life lessons he learned from the Godfather of Soul.
22 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Episode 38 – Mikey Young
We caught up with Mikey Young, alternative music’s ultimate multitasker. After making waves with garage rock heroes Eddy Current Suppression Ring and synth-punk outfit Total Control, the Australian has forged a second career as the mixing and mastering guru for a slew of cutting-edge bands. In the podcast, he discusses and how he managed the transition from stage to studio, his novel approach to recording, and how he overcame his addiction to vintage gear.
30 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Episode 37 – Mary Spender
Mary Spender is an English singer-songwriter with a bluesy guitar style and a massive online following. We spoke with her about how she built her hugely successful YouTube channel, how musicians can get the most out of social media these days and why she recently did a 24-hour live streaming event.
27 minutes | May 25, 2020
Episode 36 – Noah Pred
Noah Pred is a Canadian producer, DJ and music educator. We caught up with him just before he was to discuss keeping a creative flow in the studio at Ableton’s now postponed Loop festival. However, his topic seems more relevant than ever to these times of lockdown and quarantine. In the podcast, he talks about his early transition to electronic music, explains how he ended up teaching and offers his tips on how to keep those creative juices flowing.
35 minutes | May 4, 2020
Episode 35 – Chicago Children’s Choir
Josephine Lee is the president and creative director of the Chicago Children’s Choir. Before the COVID-19 crisis hit, she brought some of the kids to Shure's For Those Who Tour house for a special microphone workshop. Mark Brunner asked Lee about her classical music training, how she eventually joined CCC and the choir's important role in the city's cultural landscape.
31 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
Episode 33 – Hannah Trigwell
Singer-songwriter Hannah Trigwell is a self-taught guitarist who started out busking the streets of her northern English hometown Leeds. A music pioneer on YouTube, she has found legions of fans all over the world online. We spoke with her about being an independent artist in the age of social media, how that affects her creativity and what it’s like interacting with her fans via the internet.
21 minutes | Feb 27, 2020
Episode 32 – Leo Moracchioli
Leo Moracchioli is the Norwegian multi-instrumentalist and producer behind the popular Frog Leap Studios channel on YouTube. With over three million subscribers, he’s racked up more than 700 million views by doing his own brand of metal covers. In the podcast, he talks about the pressures of making a fully produced track and video every single week, what his studio setup is like and how taking his show on the road is changing his music.
38 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Episode 31 – Ash Soan
England's Ash Soan is one of the world's leading sessions drummers. He's worked with everyone from Squeeze to Adele and even performed during the opening ceremony of the London Olympics. We spoke with him at Metropolis Studios while he was leading a workshop for the winner of Shure's Drum Mastery contest.
30 minutes | Jan 13, 2020
Episode 30 – Rachel K. Collier
Rachel K. Collier is an electronic music producer from Wales who likes to give her fans a behind-the-scenes look at her creative process. Mary Spender caught up with her at the Montreux Jazz Festival to ask her why she likes to breakdown her songwriting on her YouTube channel and how she's taking her music from the studio to the stage.
19 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Episode 29 – Velvet Negroni
After dabbling in several projects spanning multiple genres, the Minneapolis-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Nutzman seems to have finally found his groove as Velvet Negroni. His the future-forward R&B has attracted the attention of Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, Tame Impala and Kanye West. In the podcast, he talks about how his access to pop music was restricted growing up, what it's like to be nominated by Santigold for the new platform Shure24 and how he describes his sound to Uber drivers.
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