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Bedroom Beethovens is a podcast that breaks down stories with notable music-makers accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their 10,000 hour journey. Each episode features a musician discussing how they created the music you love, and what they personally sacrificed to make it happen. Hosted and produced by Cello.
 
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Terri Lyne Carrington has never once pumped the brakes on developing her creativity and expanding her own professional success. The three-time Grammy winner and NEA Jazz Master has set the bar for contemporary jazz drummers and emerged as an inspiration and role model – particularly for female musicians. Her latest book, "New Standards: 101 Lead Sh…
 
This episode is a masterclass in modern narrative, following my guest this week The Koreatown Oddity as he recounts childhood car accidents, his life in Koreatown, his career in stand up comedy, comic books, movies, spirituality, his new album 'ISTHISFORREAL?' and the kitchen sink. The new album gestures at a running talk-show concept while he depl…
 
This week, my Houston bro Anti-Lilly swings by the podcast to chat about his life growing up, dealing with the trials and tribulations of his 20's, his growth as a person and touring musician, and his new music. To get a better comprehension of his journey, I invite his Indigo Klan collective into the fold, De'Vante Hunter and GodKing Preach to giv…
 
This week I return with veteran producer B. Bravo to talk about life in California, and navigating our way through his struggles and success to create the funk you enjoy today. He returns to Bastard Jazz with the long-awaited follow-up to his 2017 debut LP, “Paradise,” with a fresh full-length offering: “Vizionz.” Replete with his signature future …
 
Salami Rose Joe Louis is a multi-instrumentalist producer from the Bay Area in California, creating a blend of experimental dreamy sounds with jazz influenced vocals and keyboards. Salami's music may remind listeners of the eccentric spirit of Shuggie Otis, Captain Beefheart and Stereolab at their most whimsical, fused with the hazy Californian sun…
 
Very pleased to present DJ Wally Sparks on the podcast as we chat about his 20+ years of experience in multiple facets of the entertainment industry. From DJing in college spinning parties, it led to opportunities at local nightclubs which led to work in radio eventually granted him the opportunity to travel as a tour DJ. We chat about his 10,000 h…
 
Another veteran of the Low End Theory days, this week Free the Robots comes on just a few days after the release of his newest album 'Kaduwa'. When the pandemic hit during a trip to his ancestral home in the Philippines, Free The Robots found himself stuck on the island. The artist took the time as a creative opportunity and produced this said albu…
 
Mikos Da Gawd, is a producer with a sound as colorful and complex as San Francisco itself. Born in the Mission and raised in the Bayview district, he was shaped by the city’s winding streets and rolling fog; density and diversity; its contradictions and constant evolution. He’s trusted with providing a musical canvas for singers and rappers, allowi…
 
In the time since his last album, the original founding member of Odd Future has focused on his personal life including going to recovery for addiction, focusing on his mental health, and moving from Los Angeles to Toronto. As Hodgy – born Gerard Long – describes it, the new project has an almost bipolar feel to it, like he’s two different artists …
 
Drummer and producer of Magic City Hippies invade the podcast this week. Which you might think is weird because they actually just wrapped up a tour right now, but that’s more reason for #PatHoward to come on and tell his story, give his reasons, and walk us through his 10,000 hour journey. While most of the episodes here involve rap figures, its t…
 
The first interview in over a decade where BOTH Louis Logic and J.J. Brown are together! What started in a GAP clothing store, while in college, turned into a life long friendship that has birthed classic albums -- they now find themselves drenched in the troughs of Silicon Valley, fatherhood, sobriety, DJing and getting out of their own laundry ba…
 
Let's celebrate episode 150 by inviting respected Hip Hop artist, activist, and Muslim community leader Brother Ali on the show to talk about his 10,000 hour journey. He has a self produced body of work out now called, 'Brother Minutester, Vol. 1' and it is a good time for him to dip his toe back into the podcast space with me because he is about t…
 
When it comes to boombap and classic rap, there isn't anyone who does it like the trailblazers, name-makers, and ground-shakers like Arrested Development. Speech is still a prominent member of Arrested Development, and is the driving force behind the new album 'For the FKN Love'. We sit down and have a great conversation capping a massive career sp…
 
This week, I sit down with Warp Records longest serving signee, Nightmares On Wax who opened doors to new sonic landscapes for countless producers and musicians. We talk about what captures his imagination, his musical journey through his early teens and the arrival of hip-hop in the UK, complete with its loop, sample, cut ‘n’ paste aesthetic that …
 
This week, accomplished artist and producer Calvy P swung by the podcast to talk about the creative process behind his new project, "Weed Is Awesome". Calvin smoked all the weed and wanted you to experience the record the same way. This is the first time an artist has EVER shipped weed with his music, and we speak about a myriad of topics including…
 
Every life lived is filled with stories & within those stories are lessons to be shared. Bryan Winchester, aka Braille, swings by the podcast to give me a take on his illustrious career. He started writing music at age 14 (mid-90's) & continued putting all of himself into it for over 20 years. During that time he made 17 albums, toured the world, r…
 
This week I sit down and discuss the 10,000 hour journey of hip-hop luminary Pharoahe Monch, who has formed a new trio, Th1rt3en, with Jack White’s drummer Daru Jones and acclaimed guitarist Marcus Machado. We chat about the humble beginnings of his musical career spanning from art school to the Cannes Film Festival that covers his early relationsh…
 
So much in the works as Illa J lets me know hes got new music coming and Phife Dawg links with him and Redman for “French Kiss Deux.” which will appear on Phife’s long-delayed posthumous album, Forever. We chat about his 10,000 hour journey, his parents' influence on his music and the legacy of his brother, J Dilla. Meshing pop/R&B, with occasional…
 
Anthony Davis is an American hip hop producer. He is best known as being one half of the hip hop group Atmosphere. Ant started to become interested in DJing at a very young age. He would watch his father DJ in the army while he would picture himself as Grandmaster Flash. Ant has produced every Atmosphere album in full and of course we talk about hi…
 
Project English teacher, entrepreneur extraordinaire Jon Hope swings by to give us a dose of that hope shit as we talk about his life and times in music, and life in Providence, leading up to his new body of work. All of this made Jon Hope double down on the person HE was, it helped him have a “cultured, but street perspective” which is a mark of t…
 
"Sev" is a bit reclusive, he prefers to spend time creating but on special occasions he will tour and or perform live. He began professional training as a jazz vocalist in his early childhood and then studying production styles of various genres in his teens. Before reaching adulthood he rejected several major label offers, instead opting to contin…
 
Liberated from a self-destructive past and born anew in sobriety, Francis has captured an inspired collection of songs steeped in New Orleans rhythms and early 70s rock n’ roll. His music evokes a bygone era of R&B’s heyday while simultaneously forging a new path on the musical landscape. We chat about his past with addiction, his sobriety and how …
 
The closest thing you're getting to the Purple Tape this decade, Vanderslice slides through the podcast to plug 'Enigma of Dalì,' which blends surrealist art vibes with raw street rap for one of the year’s most immediately engaging releases. It wasn't an easy road to get here though and this 10,000 hour journey is filled with brushes with the law, …
 
The 10,000 hour journey of both Antwaun Stanley and Tyler Duncan is explored in this episode as we navigate their careers from humble beginnings to the powerhouse records they are known for today. We really dive into what it means to be a band leader in college and how it contrasts with their lives in the present moment. During his last two years o…
 
This interview has a certain "Je Ne Sais Quoi”. Somewhere between DJ Screw and MINOR THREAT, De La Soul and Scritti Politti sits Houston’s native son, Fat Tony. I just moved to the third ward in H-Town and what better guest to get me familiar with the area as I join him on his 10,000 hour journey through all the trials, tribulations, crazy times, a…
 
Electronic musician and USC Thornton Jazz Studies alumnus Alfred Darlington, known professionally as Daedelus, has released their studio album, ‘What Wands Won't Break’ and celebrating the 1 year mark with some physical copies that are sure to take your listening sessions to the next level (180 gram is where it's at!). Their discography stretching …
 
Bubblegum brat-punk icon Delilah Bon joins me on the podcast this week. We talk about the hard truths in music, why there are so few female music producers and what female producers face behind the boards. As a musician who has been releasing videos since she was a teen she tells me about all the pitfalls, false promises, and tribulations associate…
 
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