It's day 3 of our NAMM Special with RME. We're on the homestretch of the trade show.
Today we're talking recording with JB Eckl and catching up with friend and former guest Sassy Black
It's Day 2 of the 2020 NAMM Show. I'm here recording with RME. Today we're talking with Derek Badala of RME, mastering engineer and a leader for women in audio, Piper Payne and Emmy winning film composer Vivek Maddala.
On Tuesday we're previewing Season 4 of Gritty Birds. This week's interview is with constantly touring married master duo Kolars. I met with the group while they were in Boise in 2017. They are infectious, not just in personality, but also their intense stage set up. A mix of tap, drums and sultry guitar and vocals, they're one of my favorites.
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NaPodPoMo Mondays bring us back to season one of Gritty Birds. In this episode we revisit Jared Mees of Tender Loving Empire. The Portland company run and found by Mees and his wife Brianne has grown exponentially since the time the longform interview came out. But his views on the music industry are still relevant.
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NaNoPodMod Day Three brings us Sunday Sessions. An empowering short with a meditation and my Dad's Sunday Thoughts. This week it's about All Saints Day, one of our Lutheran Family's Church Traditions and part of my life in Portland with Dia De Los Muertos.
The question today is: am I enough, is my life enough, are my actions and reactions enough.
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Adapted from a talk at Podcast Movement's PMX Competition 2019. A love story, a story about creating. During the years I was studying music in Seattle, I worked with jazz legend Overton Berry. In this episode, I share our story and how he helped lay a foundation for telling amazing stories through word and music.
This is day two of NaPodPoMo and a part of Story Saturday.
Full transcript at http://grittybirds.com
In episode 2 of Season 3 of Gritty Birds we’re talking touring the world as a one woman force of nature with Sassy Black at Treefort Music Festival and then coming to a live taping in Porland, Oregon with Lucia Fasano to talk about taking risks, financing your art and why Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a badass.
Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup, recorded at Treefort Music Festival and Revolver Studios.
Mixed by Nalin Silva and Jeni Wren Stottrup
Featuring music by Sassy Black and Lucia Fasano
Special thank to XRay.Fm, Vortex Music Mag, Revolver Studios
Season 3 launches and we talk with Priests on message, Reptaliens on risks and songwriting with Wild Ones! In the first episode of Season 3 of Gritty Birds.
When it comes to the lives of artists in the music industry, a certain amount of Grit has to exist
These are the voices of independent artists today and Gritty Birds’ is on a journey to discover how we create art and why it’s so important.
Logan Lynn has something to say... about mental health. The artist has been everywhere from the LOGO network to the Grammy's. 9 year's sober he has found his ground following his latest record, adieu.
Vegas born artist Manika is a natural performer. She has a hefty resume: protégé of Michael Jackson’s manager Frank DeLeo, charting singles with artists including Tyga, touring with One Direction and as host of TLC’s Global Beauty Masters Student Edition and Manika’s Love Line. And despite all that, she’s making the time to connect with her audience through her new app.
Download Manika's app on iTunes for exclusive tracks and giveaways.
Featuring the songs "I Might Go Lesbian", "Vegas Party", Just Can’t Let You Go", "How Can I Love" and "BYOB Bugatti".
Produced, recorded and edited by Jeni Wren Stottrup
Special thanks to XRAY.FM and Vortex Music Magazine
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Arcosanti is an artist community in Arizona unlike others. They're in a place of a transition asking themselves: "What's Next?"
A Gritty Birds short, created for the @xrayfm #radioisyourscontest
Official Contest Selection
Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup
Featuring music by Miro Belle
Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup
Sponsored by XRAY.FM, The Business Dept, Vortex Music Magazine, Tumbleweed Creative, Patreon, Revolver Studios, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Go Fund Me and Patreon subscribers.
Transcribed by Jeni Wren Stottrup, Christina Donaldson, Chris Martell, Aimee Burton and Amit Erez
Board operator is Dannon Drips
The eponomous producer behind Elliott Smith’s Either/Or and editor of Tape Op Magazine shared some of his stories and where he sees the future of recording.
Featuring Music by The Secret Sea, Elliott Smith and Summer Cannibals
The episode was sponsored by Tumbleweed Creative
Gritty Birds is produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup with the support of XRAY.FM. This week’s board operator is Dannon Drips. The episode was transcribed by Christina Donaldson.
The episode was transcribed by Christina Donaldson, Amit Erez and Chris Martell.
Shelly Peiken is a Grammy Nominated Songwriter with multiple #1 hits to her name. But her current fight, for the rights of songwriters with action group Songwriters of North America is her most important work to date. Listen to her amazing story of success and advocacy on this week's episode of Gritty Birds.
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The episode was recorded with a Blue Yeti on Skype
Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup
Scripted by Jeni Wren Stottrup
Transcribed by Christina Donaldson
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Seattle Pop duo @sisterstheband aren't actually sisters, but they're taking sisterhood to a new level with their upcoming debut Drink Champagne. Get to know the infectious pair on this week's episode of @grittybirds! Find out more about Sisters at http://www.sisterstheband.com Follow them on socials at @sisterstheband The episode was recorded with a Zoom H4N at Doug Fir Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup Scripted by Jeni Wren Stottrup and Ryan Wolf Stroud Transcribed by Christina Donaldson
David Bazan wants to bring Christmas back. This week's episode, brings on a journey from darkness to hope. It's a Christmas story. Find out more about David Bazan at http://www.davidbazan.com Follow them on socials at @davidbazan The episode was recorded on Zencastr and produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup It was transcribed by Chris Martell Storytelling support by Ryan Wolf Stroud Follow Gritty Birds at @grittybirds
The women of Spirit House are seeking to do something a little radical: creating a collaborative record platform for women and non-binary voices. Listen to the story of Monica, Johanna and Valerie today on The Gritty Birds! Find out more about Spirit House at https://spirithouse.bandcamp.com/ Follow them on socials at @spirithouserecords The episode was recorded at XRAY.FM's production studio It was produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup Transcribed by Amit Erez Follow Gritty Birds at @grittybirds
Chuck Westmoreland music is genuine. Listening to him speak, you hear authenticity; you get his heart. As a business owner, long-time musical creative and family man, Chuck’s words are about as gritty as it gets. In his own voice, here is his story. Find more about Chuck at http://www.chuckwestmoreland.com
An audio short of thanksgivings past and present.
LGBTQ electronic producer Natasha Kmeto sits down for a frank conversation on identity, finding confidence and her new 7". "Obviously the system is not rigged in our favor, but a lot of my thinking lately has been “how do we push past this; what is the solution.”
When RnB artist Reva DeVito returned with over a half million streams in the first couple days of her EP release, it wasn't a surprise to her producers. The How What and Where artist collaborated with a deep net of some of today's hottest producers including this year's Polaris Award winner Kaytranada. Find out the secret to her grit on this week's episode of @grittybirds
Get to know the story behind The Minders with songwriter Martyn Leaper. From their Denver origins with The Elephant Six Collective to their new album released this spring, Into the River, producer over 4 years with Larry Crane at Jackpot Recording, Martyn has a story you don't want to miss. Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup at XRAY FM Studios Special Thanks to The Minders for use of the tracks It's Gonna Break Out! and Summer Song The episode was transcribed by Amit Erez and Aimee Burton Board op by Dannon Drips for on-air release Gritty Birds is produced in partnership with XRAY.FM
Previewing Oct 23rd Rock for Rockwood event at Revolution Hall, kids from Wattles Boys and Girls Club recorded interview questions for two of the artists on the show, Emily Wells and The Thermals! Produced by Jeni Wren Stottrup Special Thanks to Emily Wells, The Thermals, The Kids of the Wattles Boys and Girls Club and Next Northwest. Thanks to Emily Wells for the use of Light is Drainin Thanks to The Thermals for the use of Thinking of You Gritty Birds is produced in partnership with XRAY.FM
This week Gritty Birds features Seattle based pop singer Maiah Manser, on her new album, music video and how being raised by a female clan has helped her navigate pressures as a woman in music. Photo: Juan Franco Produced and edited by Jeni Wren Stottrup at XRAY Studios Tracks: Second Skin and 3Remain by Maiah Manser Theme song: Lucky from Bryson Cone First aired on XRAY.FM
Pete Krebs is having his best week ever. After a sold out revival of his cult punk band Hazel for their HAZEL: Live in Portland release, to the release of Hey! Pete Krebs! and induction into The Oregon Hall of Fame, he's made his mark. Take a listen to his story on this week's episode of Gritty Birds Photo: John Eckenrode Produced and edited by Jeni Wren Stottrup at XRAY Studios Tracks: Big Fattie and Jilted from HAZEL: Live in Portland and Kid Domino from Hey! Pete Krebs! Theme song: Lucky from Bryson Cone Transcribed by Aimee Burton