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Conversations with select recording artists about how they improve and sustain their work. Listen below or ...

 

 

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2015-06
August 27, 2015
David Hartley of Nightlands & The War on Drugs

David Hartley’s project Nightlands is outstanding, though he’s probably best known as the bass player for The War on Drugs. Shaking Through fans will remember him for his roles in episodes with Torres, Steven A. Clark, and the 2009 pilot episode featuring BC Camplight. His career has had him working on his own music, as well as filling out roles in other peoples’ projects, not to mention a unique early recording experience he had with the late Andy Johns.

 

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Weathervane Music produces Shaking Through, a non-profit, community-produced documentary series about the vision and process of recording music. Download & Remix Tracks. Share your work with the Community. Go to www.weathervanemusic.org for more.

 
2015 - 05
August 20, 2015
Jonathan Low - Engineer, Mixer & Producer (The National, Mumford & Sons)

After graduating from Drexel University’s Music Industry Program, Jon Low got his start as the first intern at Miner Street Recordings, the studio where we produce Shaking Through. Over the years he’s grown into quite a respectable young engineer and producer, working on projects with The National’s Aaron Dessner, not to mention producing records for bands like Restorations, The Menzingers, Carroll and many, many more.

 

Weathervane Music produces Shaking Through, a non-profit, community-produced documentary series about the vision and process of recording music. Download & Remix Tracks. Share your work with the Community. Go to www.weathervanemusic.org for more.

 

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Weathervane Music is funded in part by The Muse Educational FoundationThe Patriarch Family FoundationThe Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and The Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

 
2015-04
August 13, 2015
Kristin Thomson of Tsunami, Simple Machines & Future of Music Coalition

Kristin Thomson is a co-founder of the non-profit, The Future of Music Coalition, which among other things has conducted studies about how musicians earn revenue. Back in the 90s she played in the indie-band Tsunami, and co-ran the DC label Simple Machines, which put out records for Ida, and Dave Grohl’s Pocketwatch, plus they distributed “The Mechanic’s Guide“, a DIY handbook for independent labels that was way, way ahead of its time.

 

Weathervane Music produces Shaking Through, a non-profit, community-produced documentary series about the vision and process of recording music. Download & Remix Tracks. Share your work with the Community. Go to www.weathervanemusic.org for more.

 

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Weathervane Music is funded in part by The Muse Educational FoundationThe Patriarch Family FoundationThe Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and The Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

 

 

2015-03
August 6, 2015
Alec Ounsworth of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Clap Your Hands is celebrating 10 years since the release of their first self-titled record, one that was quite ground-breaking for the fact that Alec managed to promote it through MYSPACE, selling hundreds of thousands of copies through a distribution deal he made directly with a major distributor. Since then, Alec’s produced many records, played countless shows, and found new love in playing house shows in peoples’ living rooms across the country.

 

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Weathervane Music is funded in part by The Muse Educational FoundationThe Patriarch Family FoundationThe Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and The Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

 

2015-02
July 30, 2015
Frances Quinlan of Hop Along

Fans of Shaking Through will remember our Hop Along Shaking Through Episode in Spring 2013. As the band’s front person, Frances is both relatable and enigmatic all at once. Since that episode released, they’ve signed a record deal with Saddle Creek Records and released the long awaited LP, “Painted Shut“.

 

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Weathervane Music is funded in part by The Muse Educational FoundationThe Patriarch Family FoundationThe Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and The Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

 
2015-01
July 23, 2015
Adam Granduciel of The War on Drugs

Fans of Shaking Through will remember Adam Granduciel as the curator and producer of the Purling Hiss Shaking Through Episode, and as guest guitarist on the Torres Episode with Sharon Van Etten. To those of us here in the Philadelphia indie music scene, The War on Drugs have been a prime example of creative endurance. Adam’s stuck it out and with the enormously successful 2014 album Lost in the Dream, it’s now paying off. 

 

This conversation was recorded in the months before Lost in the Dream was released. Adam, Peter and Brian talk about his band, making music, his favorite gear and his favorite ways to record. 

 

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