Hosted by the hyperactive music producer Oxygenfad each episode we talk to a new artist about their stories and how they do what they do. There is a human, beautiful side to the show when people talk about struggles they had to go through but there is also a gigantic nerd element to the show when we talk about 90's DOS trackers, DAWs, VSTs, and the best foam to use when building your own sound proofed studio. There is always something to learn from each episode and the takeaways will help you better yourself as an artist and make you rethink your music productions. Or not maybe I dunno.
In todays episode we talk to Jungle producer and promoter NINJAH FAREYE. We talk about the Toronto jungle scene, playing shows, booking big acts, and a lot more!
In this episode we talk to music producer Pedestrian Tactics all the way from Seattle. We discuss teaching music production, breaking things down, design school, feeling the emotions of the people around you, mixing and mastering, and a lot more!
Pedestrian Tactics is the identity of Seattle-
based multimedia producer Dan Taylor who’s works gained attention from inclusions in live
sets by Bassnectar, Xilent, Porter Robinson,
Pretty Lights, Zomboy, and features in ads
by Sony, Carl’s Jr, and P-Diddy’s Revolt.TV.
The PT project has historically taken a
carefully refined and experimental twist on a
curated pop sound honed over Dan’s 9 years
of professional production.
In this episode we talk to Chipmusic Producer Vault Kid all the way from Germany. We discuss buying Hatsune Miku, Micromusic.net, early Chiptune, Pro Tools, mixing kicks and snares, finding people to collaberate with, and a lot more!
Energetic 8-bit bass music producer Vault Kid made a name for himself in early 2017, when he first started to release music made entirely on Game Boys and became part of the thriving chiptune scene in Europe. Since then, Vault Kid adapted modern music production tools and combines them with the bleepy video game sounds of his childhood to deliver uplifting dance music bangers.
In this episode we talk to Bem and Mat from the New York based cassette label Haord Records. We discuss buying CDs, WATMM messageboard, artwork, insane radiators, and a lot more!
Haord Records has been releasing experimental and outside art and synth rock and pop since 2014. The label has worked with Libythth, Cop City/Chill Pillars, Cabo Boing, Rick Weaver, Jake Tobin, Tender Cruncher, Dan Talbot, Macula Dog and others, and has recently released two tapes from new artists WEATHER and Baggie. Most of the label’s artwork is done by artist and musician Ben Mendelewicz. Ben runs the label with Matt Cutler, who does a lot of the mail order.
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak to Montreal's NULL404. We talk about industrial music, getting out of your comfort zone, expanding creativity by using hardware, the struggles of playing live, cliches in songs, the host sounding like a boomer, and bands "switching it up" too much. It's another "the host projects his view of the music landscape onto the guest" episode that you don't wanna miss!
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak to Rubber Muffin. We talk about dawless jamming, pandemic productivity, early musical influences, making a megacore documentary, and wood carving. Check it out!
Albums available through D-Trash Records: https://d-trashrecords.bandcamp.com/
Megacore doc: https://youtu.be/ygqlIcRix_4