George Lewis Jr., a singer/songwriter/producer who records under the moniker Twin Shadow, discusses his 2015 album, Eclipse, and collaborating with Haim on their track "Edge."
Walk the Moon sat down with the Recording Academy backstage at Lollapalooza 2015 to catch us up on their whirlwind year.
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Meghan Trainor shares insight into writing “All About That Bass” with Kevin Kadish, her dream collaborations, and living in Nashville before hitting the stage at the Recording Academy Nashville Chapter’s GRAMMY Block Party.
London Grammar sat down with the Recording Academy's Chicago Chapter backstage at Lollapalooza 2014 to discuss recording their debut album, being on the road for the past year, and learning from their mistakes.
Producer/Engineer Erik “Rook” Ortiz sat down with Glenn Schick for an intimate conversation about his musical upbringing and his work as a part of J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.
Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel, known together as the “darkadelic” duo Phantogram, stopped by the GRAMMY Pro lounge backstage at Lollapalooza 2014. The Upstate New York-based duo recalled the beginnings of their music career together, how they prepared for Lollapalooza, and their experience recording in a barn.
Australian Electronic Musician and Producer Harley Streten, also known as Flume, met up with GRAMMY Pro backstage at Lollapalooza to talk about how signing with a record label changed his creative process, his experience performing at Lollapalooza in South America, and how he approaches performances in different parts of the world.
English singer/songwriter and fashion icon Kate Nash sat down with GRAMMY Pro at Lollapalooza to talk about her experience releasing an album independently, how she takes care of herself on tour, and the importance of collecting experiences for songwriting.
Derek Vincent Smith, better known by his stage name Pretty Lights, joined the Recording Academy's Atlanta Chapter for a edition of Up Close & Personal, presented in partnership with the Producers & Engineers Wing and Counterpoint Festival.
The Haim sisters' creative process is based on hard work, helpful advice, each other, and devotion to music.
Daniel Lanois is a GRAMMY-winning producer, composer, musician, songwriter, and in his own words, “all-around sonic specialist.” Lanois sat down with the Recording Academy at GRAMMY SoundTables 2014 and shared an in-depth description of the evolution of his recording techniques, his favorite gear, and his songwriting process.
Up-and-coming Brooklyn rapper Josh Baze , took some time to chat with the Recording Academy's Texas Chapter about the current state of hip-hop, his recording set up, and how he feels about social media.
GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Steve Lillywhite was among the participants at the recent GRAMMY GPS: A Road Map For Today's Music Pro hosted by The Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter. During the event, Lillywhite participated in an exclusive interview with GRAMMY.com, discussing current projects, his recording process and creative influences, and being honored as Commander of the Order of the British Empire, among other topics.
Producer and singer/songwriter Butch Walker was among the participants at GRAMMY GPS: A Road Map For Today's Music Pro hosted by the Atlanta Chapter. During the event, Walker participated in an exclusive interview with GRAMMY.com, discussing the influence of the state of Georgia on his music, his recording process and his book Drinking With Strangers: Music Lessons From A Teenage Bullet Belt, among other topics.
From analog recording to vinyl, CDs and mp3, GRAMMY winner examines the difference between a mastered track and various consumer formats.