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    DISCussion - Episode 41: Mario J. McNulty

    DISCussion - Episode 41: Mario J. McNulty

    Welcome to Tape Op's DISCussion, where we call our friends and music community notables to talk about their favorite records. For this episode, Geoff Stanfield chats with producer/engineer Mario J. McNulty about Massive Attack’s 1998 release, Mezzanine. Enjoy!

    Sponsered by AKG-JBL
    www.akg.co

    • 30 min
    Episode 92: Jolie Holland

    Episode 92: Jolie Holland

    My friend Jolie Holland and I first met when I edited, overdubbed, and mixed her album Wine Dark Sea in 2014, ten years ago. Around then we even played a short 2 song set live at an Elliott Smith tribute show. A few years after that we worked again on Wildflower Blues, an album she did with Samantha Parton, her former bandmate from The Be Good Tanyas, and recently I prepped a re-master of her debut album, Catalpa.
    We thought it’d be fun to talk about her recent album, Haunted Mountain, and how the record came to be, and working on it with Justin Veloso and Adam Brisbin. Obviously, I was curious, as here was a great album of her’s that I DIDN’T work on. So, while in LA I dropped by Jolie’s apartment, she cooked us a great dinner, and then we sat down with a bottle of wine on some creaky chairs and started talking. So here, drop in on our conversation as we are discussing Willie Nelson. Enjoy!

    • 49 min
    DISCussion - Episode 40: Mikey Coltun

    DISCussion - Episode 40: Mikey Coltun

    Welcome to Tape Op's DISCussion, where we call our friends and music community notables to talk about their favorite records. For this episode, Geoff Stanfiled chats with producer/engineer Mikey Coltun about Toumani Diabeté's Symmetric Orchestra's 2006 release, Boulevard De I'Independance. Enjoy!

    Sponsered by AKG-JBL
    https://www.akg.co

    • 26 min
    Episode 91: Frankie and the Witch Fingers

    Episode 91: Frankie and the Witch Fingers

    Indiana may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of a blossoming psych-rock scene, but you'd be mistaken. Formed in Bloomington and now based in Los Angeles, Frankie and the Witch Fingers have been cranking out an interesting sounding and diversely-influenced series of albums that document their growth as songwriters and a band as well as their development as recordists.
    Geoff Stanfield caught up with Josh Menashe, the band's guitarist and primary engineer to discuss their process and new album Data Doom.

    Sponsored by: Retro Instruments
    https://www.retroinstruments.com

    • 38 min
    DISCussion - Episode 39: Steve Von Till

    DISCussion - Episode 39: Steve Von Till

    Welcome to Tape Op's DISCussion, where we call our friends and music community notables to talk about their favorite records. For this episode Larry Crane chats with Steve Von Till from Neurosis about Brian Eno’s album Ambient 4: On Land. Enjoy!

    Sponsered by AKG-JBL
    https://www.akg.co

    • 22 min
    Episode 90: MGMT

    Episode 90: MGMT

    February 2024 will see the release of MGMT's fifth album, Loss of Life. Tape Op's online publisher Geoff Stanfield sat down for a chat with the band's founding members Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser to discuss the recording of the album, their long time working relationship with producer/mixer Dave Fridmann, and finding their new favorite microphone!
    Enjoy!

    Sponsored by: Earthworks Audio
    https://earthworksaudio.com

    • 41 min

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