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Bedroom Beethovens

Author: Cello Milteer

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Bedroom Beethovens is a podcast that breaks down stories with various music producers accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their 10,000 hour journey. Hosted by Cello.
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042: Julia Haltigan

042: Julia Haltigan

2019-11-2000:30:26

Acclaimed bombshell songstress Julia Haltigan joins me this week on the podcast. We discuss her history growing up in New York, as well as her parents experiencing life there in the 70s. Back then it was referred to as Fear City, and they distributed a pamphlet, meant for tourists who wanted to avoid danger during their visit to the big city. To a current-day New Yorker, its rules for safe conduct are laughable and it became a clear sense of what was lost as New York left behind one set of priorities and embraced another. We also dive into what it was like going to high school with Scarlett Johansson, and starting a band with her. Ultimately, it brought us to present day as she just released a new album entitled 'Trouble', which with it's twang guitars, retro organ blasts, and Haltigan's dreamy Nancy Sinatra-esque vocals, sounds sounds something like The Strokes as produced by David Lynch. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens
041: Ghostnaut

041: Ghostnaut

2019-11-1300:33:35

Montreal-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Ghostnaut joins me for another insightful episode of Bedroom Beethovens. It’s his first ever podcast! So I get that honor this week! Inspired by the Golden Age Era of Hip Hop, he began as a pianist with a jazz education, and also learnt drums along the way. Not only will you recognize his style with his mellow keys but his style can be defined as modern conscious music with a blend of soul. So having the opportunity to sit down with him was a real treat. We chat about his travels through New Zealand, Canada, and collaborating with various musicians — to working as a sound engineer at Ubisoft and how that lends itself to his overall aesthetic. Of course, there is plenty of music talk from jazz, to video game OST’s, to hip-hop. It’s all here people. Hit play and enjoy. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens
040: Theory Hazit

040: Theory Hazit

2019-11-0600:32:36

Theory Hazit, the legendary music producer and visionary of multi-mediums swings by the studio this week. We talk about hip hop stories from creating his various albums over the years, making beats out of necessity, which led to him receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Film & Video not too long ago. We then deep dive into a discussion about Masta Ace visiting his apartment one evening for a collaboration. Other topics include his childhood growing up in the church and if Kanye's new album, “Jesus Is King,” is either an act of self-delusion or self-erasure. Hazit has a new project with Krum called 'Here's Mud In Your Eye' and his new album will be released mid-November. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens
039: The Lasso

039: The Lasso

2019-10-3000:36:32

Overjoyed to bring you my next guest this week, The Lasso! Of course we dive into his life, moving 1400 miles away from his hometown and starting fresh in a new area and how those events led to him working with Lando Chill. However, we also talk about the new album he has with Chris Orrick, “I Read That I Was Dead". You see, Cryptozoologist Chris Orrick died last March. The Detroit vocalist with the same name woke up and read the news of his namesake’s death. This sparked a journey into a subculture of folklore and undiscovered cryptid species. That seed grew over the months into a dark, industrial, and abstract record. Turns out, The Lasso and Chris live only a few miles from each other and seemed like a unique pairing. The entire album was recorded entirely at The Lasso's MI studio. Now that’s what you call a Bedroom Beethoven.Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens
038: Taali

038: Taali

2019-10-2300:36:48

Chamber-pop singer/songwriter/producer Taali swings by the podcast in light of her new single “Los Angeles (Acoustic)” the first track from her forthcoming EP “Were Most of Your Stars Out?” Taali founded Rainbow Blonde Records, a label and worldwide collective she runs with her creative partner, R&B/jazz vocalist José James, and engineer and producer Brian Bender. We had a lovely conversation about her homelife and coming from a strong lineage of women, to stories of her finding her voice and being mentored by Blue Note president, Don Was. Now, back home in New York, we can reflect on her time in L.A., being comfortable in the songwriting sphere, and how all these events have now culminated into her being stronger and more empowered as ever. Her new single is super dope, just her and a piano, the way she wrote it. No Gimmicks. Enjoy the episode!Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens 
037: J57

037: J57

2019-10-1600:43:21

Legendary producer J57 swings by to chat about the ol' days interning at Fat Beats and how it was a networkers dream. Who was humble, who was cool, and who was a jerk? Also we chat about being business minded and the balancing act of running a label while still keeping in mind the consumers needs. Lastly we chat music (of course) and tease whats ahead in 2020, including news from the forthcoming album 'Walking with Lions', with Ras Kass and El Gant.New tiers added to the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens
036: K-Murdock

036: K-Murdock

2019-10-0900:48:40

On this episode I sit down with Kyle Murdock, who was born in Washington, DC and raised during the golden era of hip-hop, K(yle) Murdock is best known for being one half of the progressive hip-hop tandem Panacea and K, along with the group’s emcee Raw Poetic, were signed to legendary underground hip-hop label Rawkus Records in 2006. We have a lengthy chat about those times, how he has progressed, linking up with Mega Ran and his time spent working in the field as an “audio animator” for XM Satellite Radio, where he helped craft the sonic landscapes for some of the service’s landmark hip-hop & jazz channels.
035: Ewonee

035: Ewonee

2019-10-0200:38:44

Another member of Mutant Academy swings by the podcast! When a young Ewonee decided to borrow his father's copy of "It Was Written", he had no idea how it would transform the rest of his life. Entranced by what he had heard, he eventually began collecting instruments and flipping vinyl records, developing his own brand of dusty, fashionably off kilter hip-hop in the process. Though he was immediately intrigued by the process of beatmaking, there were many growing pains. From a young boy to post high school enrolled in audio engineering school -- we get into the weeds -- We talk about it all, or as much as we can in 35-40 minutes. Like and Subscribe!
034: Courtney Orlando

034: Courtney Orlando

2019-09-2500:37:24

Grammy-winning St. Louis artist Courtney Orlando, singer-songwriter and producer formerly known as J.R.,swing by to chat with me about the last few years of his life, which was a journey of self-discovery and to whom he belongs. These series of events left him questioning his mortality every minute of the day. It caused him to question if God was still with him, if he was fed up with his sin and unbelief and finally decided to put an end to it all. Courtney even wondered if he was going to die from an heart attack leaving behind his magnificent wife and three beautiful kids. It is within this season of valleys in which new music has been born. His new single is entitled, 'Anti-Hero'!
033: Patrick Pryor

033: Patrick Pryor

2019-09-1800:47:44

Producer/songwriter Patrick Pryor returns to the podcast! We chat about celebrity podcasting culture as it is booming as stars enter the field. Is it fair? Should we have a louder voice? Then we dive into Chance the Rapper’s new album and chat about the evolution of an artist. Lastly, before we talk about his new projects, you may have a little bit of extra dough lying around that you are planning on using to get a feature from a bigger rapper. Luckily for you, if you want to know how much a rapper you’re interesting in working with charges for a verse it’s super easy to find out. We talk about how much a feature from Vic Mensa, to Megan Thee Stallion, to…Chingy costs. The answers may surprise you.
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