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Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins dead at 50

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins dead at 50

"The investigation into the cause of death for foo fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins has uncovered drugs in his system marches are a letter with the latest the foo fighters were on tour in Bogota Colombia when Hawkins was found unresponsive in a hotel room Colombia's prosecutors offices toxicology tests indicate ten psychoactive substances and medicines in Hawkins urine including marijuana opioids and antidepressants cause of death has not been named meanwhile Hawkins's fellow musicians are mourning his death Brian may of queen says Hawkins was like family mark Ronson says Hawkins was an infectiously hilarious kind spirit Travis Barker blink one eighty two recall smoking with Hawkins an airplane bathrooms

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Influential groundbreaking musicians in the world from genre defining stars to avant-garde trail trailblazers about their lives and careers. Each episode will be rooted in these musicians iconic fada cover stories and institution that over the past. Two decades has told artists stories. Like no other the podcast. The chance to talk about the past present and future reflecting on their breakthroughs diving into their lives when they're covers hit shelves and discussing what the future might hold now. And it's an opportunity for me to speak to some of the artists i most admire. This is the fater uncovered with mark ronson. Today i'm talking with police. The genre defying popstar responsible.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"I'm your host. Stan shaw bell. In fewer than ten minutes. My goal is to extract fasted in the world's smartest in most interesting people might ask them just questions. Mike s today is grammy award. Winning deejay and producer mark. Ronson mark was born in london and raised in new york city where he became known as a dj. He has collaborated with artists. Including amy wine-house bruno mars lady gaga and miley cyrus mark produce uptown funk with bruno mars that spent fourteen weeks at number one on the billboard. Hot one hundred list. Currently he's the host of the fater uncovered podcast. We talk about his early childhood collaborations and creativity during this podcast episode mark. Welcome to five questions. Thanks so much for having me. How did your parents encourage you to get into music in your childhood and then support you as you built your career. They were kind of this very fun. Wild couple they were young when they had this growing up in london. They would have these crazy parties at the house. All the time and i wake up in the middle of the night and it'd be like sixty grownup smoking drinking in the living room and i would just always angle my way to where the music was coming from kind of oblivious walking through this room probably waist high on everyone and just sit beside the speaker playing this loud music and play airdrop. One of my parents. Friends was the drama in the bad company. Was like hey your kid like. He looks like you knows what he's doing like. Maybe you wanna get him a little drum kit. So my dad didn't make music but he was very passionate about it and he got me a little drum kit and i think that they always supported it. My stepdad's musician very successful in the band foreigners i had the opposite of like i guess coming from a conservative family. Where they're like okay. Don't do music like my rebellion. Would have been to be an accountant or something. Like serious with my. My mom was very strict. She was very much about like you still have to do well in school. And we grew up in england where like it felt like when i moved to new york. When i was a all the rules. I had were like eighty percent stricter than like all my New friends they were very supportive and they were. My mom especially encouraged us to follow artistic pursuit as long as grades were good. I think there's something about getting this type of exposure to people who are interested in certain things and then having parents who are willing to push in that direction like when. I was growing up my mom was. I wanted to get you into ice skating piano. So i'd like explosion too many different things. Many of which i don't do right now but if you don't know if you're going to be good at something or you're gonna cling to it if you don't try and so. I think that is extremely valuable in in a good parenting tool..

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Musical memory. I have like almost snapshots in my head like partial memories. I remember having a little trap drum kit. When i was three or four i remember also having It was either a sony or fisher price record player that was like plastic like joint like a little tan when like a little tan joint. Where no this is primary colors red. Maybe it was just like an english one. It was like red yellow green. And i just remember lifting the needle and putting it down on the record and just that excitement when the i like crackle happen and then like just being like whoa. I can control this. I mean it's so not. I mean it's it's not even deep enough to compare it to jank literally is dj but Yeah those are some of my first first memories mark. I'll be the first to admit i was today years old before. I realize that you're not at all related to mick ronson. Now which. I think the whole world thinks you are. Yeah your stepfather's mick jones. At how is this a common mistake. That office had made. Yeah as my mind. Your dad was mick ronson and i'm like no. His dad was jones for now. I get it. Yeah knows crazy because even before like wikipedia. Like in the early two thousand. And i i came out like you know. Wikipedia has made it pretty common that if somebody gets a fact wrong it's just kinda stays they stays there but this is where like one of the examples of of a wrong facts staying there before wikipedia and i think it was because when i first came out in in england where my initials like my only success really with my with my solo record. The first one that yeah They knew that my stepdad was a musician. Name it or they knew is related to somebody music named make and my last name swanson so it must be macron's ronson so this started to get written a lot in the in the in the times of london or something and Mick ronson poor like widow macron's and obviously being genius arranger guitar player for burrowing spiders from mars rights to the newspaper and she's like She's she's like if my suits either some weird bastard child that he had out of wedlock or maybe somebody claiming falsely to be the son immigrants and and she sued the newspaper. I think she's like you know. I think that was probably stressful. It'd be like wait. Is there some fucking ronson running around here. So i think she i think microbes widow sued the paper that time. But then you know of us. I do my best to clear up and also because you know. I'm proud of my stepdad. I don't want people. Think china the coattails of of Some wrong information. But yeah i. I'm not related to make ronson just a fan. Damn i never never even occurred to me that i can just start suing people for false rumors that whatever. 'cause yeah yeah. I'd wikipedia insist that my grandfather is a member of the dixie hummingbirds beach and people. But the thing is like reporters this fall in love with this whole thing like wow three three generations of music makers your grandfather's in the rock and roll hall of fame. Your dad was a legendary. do offer. now it's you and now. I don't have the strength anymore. Actually met thompsons family. Like a think. Maybe a nephew lives out in l. a. And they just they're claiming me now so we got the same. Last year becomes legend print. The legend fuck exactly exactly also wikipedia is like the easiest thing to sort of fix anyway. So what like. There's just some guy that whenever something works for you changes. They just goes back into puts back. We like the old way. Yeah i to try to raise it and it just winds up back there like three days later so forget it. Yeah can't do nothing about my favorite like weird thing on since somebody posts on wikipedia. That was just so preposterous. I just had to laugh and leave it was that it said it was like you know all the way down the thing personal life. He grew up in like the fourth paragraph. it's like and also at the age of six years old. He actually wrote the theme song to the hit. Cartoon thunder cats but originally rooted as rose to benedict cumberbatch and the theme went cumberbatch comeback album. I can't even take that out. It's good so there you have it. Y'all exclusive you sleep. cast the how. I'll take that. I'll take that so in going up. You're saying that drums was might have been your first weapon. Yeah when i was My parents were kind of like they like to party. They had a lot. There's always people over in the house. And i'd wake up in the middle of the night and i would probably walk into what i'm told and vaguely recalls is c- of grownups. Smoking drinking whatever probably walking through. I'm getting pat on the head And i would just go straight for the speakers wherever the music was playing and i would sit in front the speakers and just close my eyes and play air drums to like whatever was playing. That was my like zone and Simon kirk the drama from bad company and free was there one night and just like a friend and and the of my parents was like hey like he looks like you have fun on the drums. Like he kind of looks like he knows what he's doing him kit and They got me a little kid and my dad. My real dad loves music a typical english. Soul boy in the sixties like had stacks. Winder k frog. I go to forty fives and the stuff northern soul stuff to and just. That's what he played in the house. So that's kind of just what it was like. It was like groove music you know. And that's what i was kind of drawn to. Can i want to ask what your parents did. Because i feel like some weight. Your life has been romanticize or hello dope. My dad managed dance and he He came from like a kind of like you know family that it was like. You're supposed to like london. Jews are like vary. I'd say insulin but it's like you do the family business. You go was like old school tradition. This kind of thing. My my dad's family were like one generation removed from being like fucking birches on brick lane not quite peaky blinders but like that kind of hsien and And so they so he. My grandfather made the successful business gas stations in the family business so my dad was loved music and they just weren't trying to hear that so that he kinda like became a little bit of like the black sheep and he went and manage bands and did all this kind of things and remember the ban. Roachford yes rozier. Yeah andrew. He managed roachford This is like a little later but yeah he liked discovered. Andrew was in another band and was like hey. The keyboard players really good. You should fucking go to your solar shit so he kind of you know plucked the andrew out and you know the first couple of roach records and he just loves music and stuff..

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"You don't reveal your american side to them. No because i definitely. I definitely sounded america's soon as i went back to england the first time i'd only been in america for like a year and they're like why are you sound like fucking yanked now may end or you know other senior nine year old kids and sound like a like a like a pub uh five tend to but yeah no i hear when i'm like i i mean we all have the all these different mechanisms that we use to simulate you know their social mechanisms how we just like standing next to someone they crossing their arms and suddenly you start crossing off. It's just like coding and genetics evolution. But i just like you know poor johstone. She got it really bad. She was like the first person her. I remember madonna right. Everyone's like why fucking sound like that now. Just for signing american madonna for sounding english. So i always like oh. Is there something that when you sound when you switch it up. That much is that is that inauthentic like that's the only thing. I didn't want to be read as authentic sounding like that. Well i don't know about josh. I didn't know about that. Madonna came out of nowhere and was like why is she. Sound like that That that happens though you like. After younger i was seeing the word after everything drums like. Yes Yeah exactly and everything has to end exactly in england all that sentences and like on a slightly higher note and they started and you say yet and so it was like all right. Sue the club. Yeah like every this lilt kind of like brooklyn brooklyn like when we first got here to record you want more like every that whole era of like ninety three ninety four especially light when tariq was hanging with like the gang starr foundation and all his cats and they were just talking mad brooklyn but like everything was interactive like. They were always asking questions. I may pairs of. Who is you got over there. Like every question. Yeah and using the word aggie. Which i i've yet. Yeah any other place in the world use aggies. Okay yeah my my sister where lee charlotte uses that word all the time but just only from like hearing jamesy sausage. She just loves that show. She's just like why are you acting all aggie. That's right mark. What was your first musical memory. I have like almost snapshots in my head like partial memories. I remember having a little trap drum kit. When i was three or four i remember also having It was either a sony or fisher price record player that was like plastic like joint well like little tan when like a little tan joint. Where no this is primary colors red. Maybe it was just like an english one. It was like red yellow green. And i just remember lifting the needle and putting it down on the record and just that excitement when the first i- crackle happen and then like just being like whoa. I can control this. I mean it's so not. I mean it's it's not even deep enough to compare it to jank literally is dj but Yeah those are some of my first first memories mark. I'll be the first to admit i was today years old before. I realize that you're not at all related to mick ronson. Now which. I think the whole world thinks you are. Yeah your stepfather's mick jones. At how is this a common mistake. That office had made. Yeah as my mind. Your dad was mick ronson and i'm like no. His dad was jones for now. I get it. Yeah knows crazy because even before like wikipedia like in the early two thousand. I i came out like you know. Wikipedia has made it pretty common that if somebody gets a fact wrong it's just kinda stays they stays there but this is where like one of the examples of of a wrong facts staying there before wikipedia and i think it was because when i first came out in in england where my initials like my only success really with my with my solo record. The first one that yeah They knew that my stepdad was a musician named mick or they knew is related to somebody music named make and my last name swanson so it must be mick ronson so this started to get written a lot in the in the in the times of london or something and mick ronson poor like widow macron's and obviously being genius arranger guitar player for burrowing spiders from mars rights to the newspaper and she's like She's she's like if my thinks either some weird bastard child that he had out of wedlock or maybe somebody claiming falsely to be the son immigrants and and she sued the newspaper. I think she's like you know. I think that was probably stressful. It'd be like wait. Is there some fucking ronson running around here. So i think she i think micro widow sued the paper that time but then you know beside do my best to clear up and also because you know. I'm proud of my stepdad. I don't want people. Think china right off the coattails of of Some wrong information. But yeah i i'm not related to make ronson just a fan. Damn i never never even occurred to me that i can just start suing people for false rumors that whatever. 'cause yeah yeah. I'd wikipedia insist that my grandfather is a member of the dixie hummingbirds beach and people. But the thing is like reporters this fall in love with this whole thing like wow three three generations of music makers your grandfather's in the rock and roll hall of fame. Your dad was a legendary. do offer. now it's you and now. I don't have the strength anymore. Actually met thompsons family. Like a think. Maybe a nephew lives out in l. a. And they just they're claiming me now so we got the same. Last year becomes legend print. The legend fuck exactly exactly also wikipedia is like the easiest thing to sort of fix anyway. So what like. There's just some guy that whenever someone works for you changes. They just goes back into puts back. We like the old way. Yeah i to try to raise it and it just winds up back there like three days later so forget it. Yeah can't do nothing about my favorite like weird thing on since somebody posts on like a pdf. That was just so preposterous. I just had to laugh and leave it was that it said it was like you know all the way down the thing personal life. He grew up in like the fourth paragraph. it's like and also at the age of six years old. He actually wrote the theme song to the hit. Cartoon thunder cats but originally rooted as rose to benedict cumberbatch and the theme went cumberbatch comeback album..

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Can show you the history of where the slow wayne starts. And it's usually when success comes in and then they upgrade and the upgrade and then just not the same anymore so you know if if this is if that's your spot where you know you're you're the good vibes were then i'd tell you the you that's you should definitely. I've been on the other side of that equation too. I moved into this like basement. Kind of whole it was mildew and like damp in the east village and In like two thousand and three and I remember getting a call. This guys and it was like hey You know the strokes used to have that room and they're working on their second record and they're really having a hard time like they might want that room back because that was their weird magic room where they it was called the transporter room where they made the first record. I was yeah. I was a big strokes fan so i was just like yeah. Fuck yeah. i'll move out of here. It never happened in the answer. Like i know that that what that what that one right. Yeah all right. So i'll ask you. And i actually said this on your podcast that you know i purposely held back from asking you certain questions in real life knowing that one day you'd eventually make it to the show so i i didn't want to waste any answers or whatnot so crazy For those of us. That don't know. Could you please tell us where you were born. What city you were born. Yeah i was born in london at my parents are english and then i moved to new york one eight and i was pretty much i i consider myself a new yorker like definitely but i have ties to london. I my family a lot of family. That i go. I've spent time there. I didn't really realize weirdly. Until i started making music at the music came out and it did well in england and like when say fuck in sold a copy said that i had to be like. Oh maybe this connection to england. That i completely forgot about most of my life. Musically is is more is kind of more output than. I really realize you know so wait. Let me ask you about your your your time and in england first of all. Are you consciously aware of where of when your accent sneaks in and sneaks out. Yeah it's fucking terrible. I mean i hate it. I mean when you move to a country. I moved here when i was a from england and like you know kids. Merciless at that age. And they tease you. And i you know they call me commie which doesn't make any sense because wait if they call me like shut up comedy like you know because it's like the middle of the cold war something. I have a funny accent and then And then you try and lose it to fit in as quickly. And then i go back to england to see my friends are like why do you sound so american like i. I realized it was just my you know my little like it was. I was never going to be able to kind of sound like us from one place. I hear when i'm in england. Voice starts to change in the back of attacks as part of it makes me think like what am i like this spineless guy who can't commit to one accident. Such a chameleon on my soul like unsure like trying to please people in public says that. I am that easily but i just i i realized i have no control over it anymore so i just fucking i've just given up. No you definitely talk like you like. I don't think you talk. American or english. But like i always wondered in your head. Are you trying to navigate the vehicle so that you don't reveal your english side to us and if you're over there you don't reveal your american side to them. No because i definitely. I definitely sounded american. As soon as i went back to england the first time i'd only been in america for like a year and they're like why are you sound like fucking yanked now may end or you know other senior nine year old kids and sound like a like a like a pub. Uh five ten to but yeah no. I hear when i'm like i. I mean we all have the all these different mechanisms. That we use to simulate you know their social mechanisms how we just like standing next to someone they crossing their arms and suddenly you start crossing off. It's just like coding and genetics evolution. But i just like you know. Don't poor johstone. She got it really bad. She was like the first person her. I remember madonna right. Everyone's like why they can sound like that now. Just for signing american madonna for sounding english but So i always like oh. Is there something that when you sound when you switch it up. That much is that is that inauthentic like that's the only thing i didn't want to be read as authentic well. I don't know about josh. I didn't know about that. Madonna came out of nowhere and was like why is she. Sound like that That that happens though you like after younger. I was seeing the word after everything drums. Yeah like yeah yeah exactly. And everything has to end exactly in england all that sentences like on a slightly higher note and they started and you say yet and so it was like all right. Sue the club. Like every like this lilt is kind of like brooklyn brooklyn like when we first got here to record you want more like every that whole era of like ninety three ninety four especially light when tariq was hanging with like the gang starr foundation and all his cats and they were just talking mad brooklyn but like everything was interactive like. They were always asking questions. I may pairs of. Who is you got over there. Like every question. Yeah and using the word aggie. Which i i've yet. Yeah any other place in the world. Us aggie k. Yeah my my sister where lee charlotte uses that word all the time but just only from like hearing jazy sausage. She just loves that show. She's just like why are you acting all aggie. That's right mar. What was your first.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"A gene. That might be the cousin to black. Don't crack 'cause you look the same. Ju don't stu. I don't know what that stupid anyway you know. He's accomplished musician songwriter. Producer label ceo Instill an accomplice. Dj if that doesn't impress you check his resume. Name him Adele wine-house mars mary. Weather cyrus While a the angelo frigging durant iran. Oh my god. I can't wait to get to that part seven time. Am i getting the numbers. It is definitely seven time grammy winner. Guess yes okay including coveted producer of the year. I'm only asking that because even now like people keep fudging my numbers. It may never get the number five right there like two time. Grammy winner quest love three times. I kinda wanna be that guy like our time grammy. yeah. I can't do that lays please. Welcome to quest live. Supreme the one and only mark ronson. No yeah where you were you right now mark. You're in your lab. Yeah i'm in my lab In soho new york. I just moved back in This is the place actually had in the mid two thousands. Right when i met. Amen so you know. I was in this place for a couple of years and then moved back to england for a while to la and you know because a covert and people fleeing the city like they did. I was walking past this building. And it was actually on amy's birthday and i was just like Like feeling a little sentimental. Let me just buzz up. And see what's see what's in there so I buzzed in the the landlord. I kind of gave. I have horrible making longwinded stories. That don't get to the point so please put me so i was like. Hey i i don't know if you remember i mark. I used to be on the fifth floor. And i got it done just because i wanted to come up. Says he's like why you want to rent a space again. And i was like. Yeah yeah that's it. I want to rent the space again. So i came upstairs and i see this abandoned. Probably what was like a jingle house. In between. When i was here less and i was just like. Wow i mean you know new york. Rents are a song right now and i took this place back over so you know. I really just came in thinking of amy. It was her birthday. Thought like maybe get a little picture. I remember what that room felt like. And then it just led to me being back here then you got condoms to bring it again. But i love i did. I forgot this place has a really good vibe. It was never like a very like a name studio like a hip factory or or you know power station but the but norah jones is i record you know. The big one was made here. We did most of back to black like all the demo in writing. So there's like you know just places have a juju like it's just. There's just something in the walls. It's just kind of nice. Yeah i'm i'm telling you right now. Don't give it up. Because i mean i have a certain superstition when it comes to when ever producer's upgrade and so the police were you found that magic and i know him produces minds is like i gotta groom and i got a man but i can show you the history of where the slow wayne starts. And it's usually when success comes in and then they upgrade and the upgrade and then just not the same anymore so you know if if this is if that's your spot where you know you're you're the good vibes were then i'd tell you the you. That's you should definitely. I've been on the other side of that equation too. I moved into this like basement. Kind of whole it was mildew and like damp in the east village and in two thousand and three and I remember getting a call this guys and it was like hey You know the strokes used to have that room and they're working on their second record and they're really having a hard time like they might want that room back because that was their weird magic room where they it was called the transporter room where they made the first record. I was yeah. I was a big strokes fan so i was just like yeah. Fuck yeah. i'll move out of here. It never happened in the answer. Like i know that that. What that What that too right. Yeah all right. So i'll ask you. And i actually said this on your podcast that you know i purposely held back from asking you certain questions in real life knowing that one day you'd eventually make it to the show so i i didn't want to waste any answers not so crazy For those of us. That don't know. Could you please tell us where you were born. What city you were born. Yeah i was born in london at my parents are english and then i moved to new york when i was eight and i was pretty much i i consider myself a new yorker like definitely but i have ties london. I my family. A lot of family i go. I've spent time there. I didn't really realize weirdly. Until i started making music at the music came out and it did well in england and like when say fuck in sold a copy said that i had to be like. Oh maybe this connection to england. That i liked completely forgot about most of my life. Musically is is more is kind of more output than. I really realize you know so wait. Let me ask you about your your your time and in england first of all. Are you consciously aware of where of when your accent sneaks in and sneaks out. Yeah it's fucking terrible. I mean i hate it. I mean when you move to a country. I moved here when i was a from england and like you know kids. Merciless at that age. And they tease you. And i you know they call me commie which doesn't make any sense because wait if they call me like shut up comedy like you know because it's like the middle of the cold war something. I have a funny accent and then And then you try and lose it to fit in as quickly. And then i go back to england to see my friends have like. Why do you sound so american like i. I realized it was just my you know my little like it was. I was never going to be able to kind of sound like us from one place. I hear when i'm in england. Voice starts to change in the back of attacks as part of it makes me think like what am i like this spineless guy who can't commit to one accident. Such a chameleon on my soul like unsure like or trying to please people in public says that. I am that easily but i just i i realized i have no control over it anymore so i just fucking i've just given up. No you definitely talk like you like. I don't think you talk. American or english. But like i always wondered in your head. Are you trying to navigate the vehicle so that you don't reveal your english side to us and if you're over there.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Gentlemen to eight another episode of supreme. I am your host or slow supreme with us. You know what guys been getting a lot of feedback on the internet's saying that. I'm not asking enough team supreme where they're like. Wow they actually care. Someone wants to use the czech up on. How ponte's how we doing repair. So i'm i'm asking how how's your How's your time. It's been good man doing Doing more repairs we did. We did windows and We waiting on like window like a measured some wrong they gotta come every place but it windows What else had to replace Head my eight unit. That went out. I think that was last summer. That went on recording right. Not aims rack. Eight eight eight. Seek so that Hvac so did that and Yeah but other than that. We chilling man. I'm coup good to hear steve. How how's how's your life going. It's going keep moving. I'm inspired by the reopening of everything and hoping that have going places hall now opening. But you're not going to these places. I'm fine. I'm finding my solace and work going going to work every day as as we have in for a long time but now that the audiences are coming back it's It's it's another step feels last night. I went to I went to a brother love event. And i think i stayed of all of two minutes. So i'm sorry. Oh yeah oh. Yeah wasn't having that second. We walked in. And it was like a nightclub. She's requiring at fallow day requiring like vaccination or for the you gotta get you gotta get vaccines and and they had two kids filling out at the at the cbs homemade bootleg joint. Their hand rings. How how are you. i'm great. I'm great working a lot. Podcast the podcast. Oh and by three park has been i'm trying to. I'm trying to diversify and by the time. This pipe has airs. I would have had my first museum. Show my father would have had his first museum showing for his photos at the national museum of african american music in tennessee. So we've been curate net me and deanna for black music month and it's been a lot and it's i'm just happy. That is probably going to be over. Time regulations leasing gentlemen We are honored Have a gentleman with us. Yes i consider him a gentleman and a friend He's pretty much accomplished. V world in the past two decades wade. Mark doesn't even feel like you've been your like your twenty year veteran. You're a twenty three year veteran. Like yeah you're not like our kid brother anymore. You're you're you're looking. Wow more has been doing this for twenty. Years is a martin. Looks old sane. No i guess none of those things that you know of course. We all know that as you get older pockets of time They quit because they're less fraction of your life. But it is bizarre and i think like when like certainly to me the people i grew up. You know looking up to you. Q tip like i. You don't like when you guys. And i'm not china up turned fifty. I certainly like you didn't feel fifty to me at all like. That's kinda bizarre. But maybe i need to just not think that anybody's older. Who's all literally. If i were to see like my memory of you as a nineteen year old or twenty or older versus. Now i'd i wouldn't tell the difference you have a you have a a gene. That might be the cousin to black. Don't crack 'cause you look the same. Ju don't stu. I don't know what that stupid anyway know. He's accomplished musician songwriter. Producer label ceo Instill an accomplished dj. If that doesn't impress you check his resume. Name him Adele winehouse mars. Mary weather Cyrus while eight the angelo. Frigging durant iran. Oh my god. I can't wait to get to that part seven time. Am i getting the numbers. It is definitely seven time grammy winner. Guess yes okay including coveted producer of the year. I'm only asking that because even now like people keep fudging my numbers. It may never get the number five right there like two time. Grammy winner quest love three times. I kind wanna be that guy like time grammy. Yeah you know. I can't do that. Lays please welcome to live supreme. The one and only mark ronson. Ooh yeah where you were you right now mark. You're in your your lab. Yeah i'm in my lab In soho new york. I just moved back in This is the place actually had in the mid two thousands. Right when i met. Amen so you know. I was in this place for a couple of years and then moved back to england for a while to la and you know because a covert and people fleeing the city like they did. I was walking past this building. And it was actually on amy's birthday and i was just like Like feeling a little sentimental. Let me just buzz up. And see what's see what's in there so I buzzed in the the landlord. I kind of gave. I have horrible making longwinded stories. That don't get to the point so please put me so i was like. Hey i i don't know if you remember i mark. I used to be on the fifth floor. And i got it done just because i wanted to come up. Says he's like why you want to rent a space again. And i was like. Yeah yeah that's it. I want to rent the space again. So i came upstairs and i see this abandoned. Probably what was like a jingle house in between when i was here lass and i was just like wow i mean you know new york. Rents are a song right now and i took this place back over so you know. I really just came in thinking of amy. It was her birthday. It's thought like maybe get a little picture. I remember what that room felt like. And then it just led to me being back here then you got condoms to bring it again. But i love i did. I forgot this place has a really good vibe. It was never like a very like a name studio like a hip factory or or you know power station but the but norah jones is i record you know. The big one was made here. We did most of back to black like all the demo in writing. So there's like you know just places have a juju like it's just. There's just something in the walls. It's just kind of nice. Yeah i'm i'm telling you right now. Don't give it up. Because i mean i i've a. I've a certain superstition when it comes to when ever producer's upgrade and so the police where you found that magic and i know him produces minds is like i gotta groom and i got a man.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson

"Hey this is rob zone. Co-founder the theater first off. I'd like to thank our host fainter uncovered mark.

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I was like. Somebody's gonna get gagged here and yeah like who charles short story but what was it like that night to win that oscar say mean is just there and i'm not gonna lie like it's always a like people were telling us in the right car without like you know you're this show in this thing and it's like let me just enjoy like but let me be surprised whatever it is because then the only thing you have is disappointment like you don't know you never know until they open that fucking weeks widow. Yes exactly so so. So but when they said it. And i bradley and gaga gave that incredible performance before and i was just like a fan in the audience. Like oh my god And then and then they said it and we just got up and it was actually kind of funny like At the golden globes had said that. I was allowed to give the speech and i thought that was really sweet and maybe they were like omg might win actress. So she's going to speak later. So so at the golden globes i. I was really nervous. But i wanted to say thank bradley and be eloquent. Whatever the at the oscars is like nobody wants to hear us. Speak gogga's night. And i was kind of the bad guy amongst andrew anthony who two of my closest friends i was like. We just gotta shut up and they're kind of like what not even like. Thanks mom like. I just don't think it's the night for that so it was all right asshole. So we're on the way. And they re read out the thing and they win and gaga it goes up and she makes this beautiful speech and then she just endebted on. I went and then she just goes and mark. So i'm like. Oh i say hey you can't thank yourself so we would like to thank you but like i look like such addiction. My friends like no one's gonna speak on tv unless it's me right but it was night and i just remember like the four of us feeling like such crew like that night and just like they just like running around and fuck and just feeling like it was wonderful and then And then everything else like that. After that sucked once we left the shrine or whatever that building was with it was one of the parties. Ever been to i. I was within a in relationship. And i was a lot of fighting and shouting. It wasn't thank you for that record by the way Mark i know. You gotta go Can we know apple. Show really quick. Yeah why don't we mention the pie on coverage You know where i interviewed you know cover starts to fade obviously has a great track record of getting people right at that moment just before they blow off and take over the world and you're still are most popular downloaded episodes from So far from that. Thank you for being on people's first pilot episode of their podcast. Yes so And that was great. And and then. I've done this show which are also an watched the sound for apple plus which is a six part documentary series on sort of like how music is made like each episode is a different subject. Distortion reverve synthesizers. Drum machines auto tune and.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And i knew is a berkeley guy and we had met through bruno. So it's like let's makes right. Some steely dan shit and then like we had some cool. I love it fucking do. We started writing some songs and then we tried to do our shitty version of like steely dan lyrics and they sounded they were so bad they were like the words like savage. He's an rock one. Hit wonder like when people try to start making clever stories after damned if they're just like not like almost like a little like a ride like the wind. We are closer to crystal like the win. So we're like well. Why do we need is to get an author to write these lyrics instead. So i was like why i love this guy michael shaven and i feel like i saw his name on an email once i was was supposed to be. Bcc but everybody got seats. I feel like i know this guy loves music. And i wrote him really polite thing. I said i'm a huge fan of yours. You wrote my favorite book of modern fiction. This book and clay and i said you wanna try and be a part of this thing and he was like yeah. I love fucking steely dan. They're my favorite authors. Ever let me come down and And and mess with us so we were in vannice it jeff spa And we just started doing it. Sometimes he would give us lyrics and that would kind of just like sometimes. It was great. Reading lurks suddenly maladies would like former my head maladies. I never would have thought of if i was just like sitting down so that was fun and then sometimes we just give him the songs with like a a malady going danner dow. It'd be like now you have to make syllables to all being. Yeah yeah man that record. That was just such a. It was such a big just a prize. Because i didn't 'cause uptown phone was big and glossy and kind of like mazda hit but the stuff on there like some breaking kevin pratt like man. I love this i mean now i listen to it and i feel like we're going a little like too on the nose for the dan like really like the music and the lyrics and all of it but like it's still really i so really i mean i haven't listened to it so but i proud of that. Music is all these silly. Dan i i. Didn't that violence that you say it. I i wouldn't think of that. I definitely like when i heard in case of fire to me. It sounded just like some kind of dirty like bar bands. You know what i mean. I was like oh this is. This is cool. I had that riff around forever. And it was actually like. I wrote it as a coda to like a fucking rufus wainwright song and he never wanted i. I gave rufus publishing on that rift. Because i was like well. This kind of this really did come because road is a code of. Yeah i saw. I saw you gave publishing onto on the. I can't lose joint to Powell joy i get well. Donald trump the drawn from hot music. Yeah and a single one. That taught me about that because she was..

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"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I should have just made everybody commit to pronounciation. I was correct. It is all i do. Yeah okay. I was getting worried about myself second. I was like damn. I have that wrong when music. So child album came out. Was you mad because it was like everybody. Got those jessica alba. All i do i love. I love the idea of like this kind of like bad. like nervous. Comedy sketch of mispronouncing. All the famous famous rap labels. So it's like. I'd like to play this record by bit boy. Wait that's another I wish i'm bill was here It just hit me. I was trying to figure out remember we. We were trying to figure out what a monda green was like prince way of writing things out and it's called a mind. Degreen i was. I was trying to figure out. Who's the king among greens down. That's yeah that's music. Soul child's lame. Use it to pay bills not here for that so with hashtags my mom's hashtags scammer just like crazy run on sentences that are supposed okay so mark two thousand six man. I mean i probably told you this story before but to to even the the amount of paralyzed producers that set and tried to figure this shit out when we got back to black and at i got a call from jazzy. I didn't get a car was in. I was in barcelona in jazzy. Jeff instant message me whatever. Aol instant message and he's like man. I'm depressed what he's like. Bronson's king asa m any simi The file to the album. And literally the i i called and i was like wait. Who produce and he says. Mark ronson as it. No no no. Dj mark ronson. He's like yes that mark ronson no. Dj mark rutte light nbc. Sixty with the new york knicks. Yeah beats that mark ronson. He's yes and i was frozen. Yo i sat until showtime. I sat room and listened to that album for seven hours. So how did you connect with with amy at the time like just explain the relationship. Yeah like well. I remember just on that jazzy. Jeff thing. i remember this. 'cause records weren't so global than they didn't just blow up like this so like i didn't know if people in america heard the album yet and i remember being about to board a plane in some airport somehow and there was a message from jazzy. Jeff and i heard on my phone and he goes yo mark. This is jeff had never called me before. But you know we're cool and he was like What you just did like everybody's fucking with this. That was the first call. I got from one of my peers. If someone i looked up to this affirmation of the recommend so much. I remember exactly. I was standing outside looking at the window at the planes on the ground. When i listened to that message from jeff. That's how much it meant to me but to go back so i met amy because I had had a little bit of you know heat off of that we record in england ges people kind of knew i wasn't guy moot who is the head of ems music publishing at the time. Amazing air.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I was like wait a minute you bet right yeah exactly right exactly Okay so would you. Would you say your first steady client was saigon. He was the first Like i guess. Rapper there's a rappers From from my school. Like i went to vassar college for one year And there was rappers up there who i worked with loading ear lovely guys and then i came back to the city and so when introduced me to saigon so he was like the first person who was like over my house and actually gianforte as well at the time as good friends with john and we had this weird production duo called epstein and sons. I have no idea why as seen in sons and We he would be over at my place all the time and so yeah and then a gun sometimes. Bring down like steak and m one from de president. I remember very obvious. Reason being like very nervous when they over. I don't know what they're gonna think of me and then also being slightly disappointed when they weren't like horrible to me like almost like standing in the sitting in front row of don rickles concert. He doesn't insult what's going on paid for they were. They were a very very cool and patient with me. Because i really know now that. I didn't know what the fuck i was doing. But the person that really plucked me from like just anna nitty like just kinda. Dj was like dj. The parties was our friend dominick. And so tell the story of how that morphs into you can. I say that is is nicot like your first. Like major car worked as a producer. Nick i of course by a country mile ashore. Okay wow so we. I'd i worked on your first production. I was like. Yeah i i so fucking laugh about that like the first time we go into the studio. It's like i've been in the studio. It's like you and pino jane. Somebody was just saying i don't get used to this like i remember that. Real yeah this. This is one of those legendary moments. Where where you know like a ladies just gonna be just an open house of whoever comes in and you know it's it's not it's not normal for person to be generous inlet like usually like if someone finds a good sound good room or whatever they like. Lock it down. And they're like no one else goes in this room but us but it was almost like you know. Obviously if i say three. Pm i'll be here at seven or eight pm so whatever y'all do daytime is cool me as long as you know once i get there so we would just take advantage of all those early hours and work on other things feel like that album needs to be re released in a way because i feel like people don't understand nick akasa kilt dash it and then drop them out. It was the twentieth anniversary like last weekend. I was like nietzsche. Doesn't get you know a lot of other people anytime. That song comes on people like. Oh yeah fuck i love. That song was my my fiance partner. Whatever included like people because it was in the hilfiger commercial. An angry ended up the. Yeah so have offer you. That was my favorite show on that record. Sola yeah no she she really..

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"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"In some ways but not in the clubs where it was like a lot of you know people's squire big. Vito and it was like you know a lot of like cool. People in downtown types of drug dealers who were spending twenty grand like a bank to like look cool so like one of the bank was right behind the deejay booth and right when i played that once that was playing for like eight seconds as drug dealer would like his friends and a lot of money and champagne everywhere like leaned over to me and it was like what the fuck are you playing. I mean i can't remember exactly there times like you couldn't get to creative. I think that yeah. I had a mix. I was playing those crowds some night and then sometimes i was playing for like slightly more. Like kinda you know just like miscellaneous kraus's you could pay more underground show two different stuff so at at this period when you're kind of like the the the darling of hip new york societies far like being there goto. dj You know like you were doing the the campaign with lia for tommy hilfiger whatever so we knew you as dj mark ronson like what is how you navigating in this double dutch game of how to get in the room so that we now know that you are a musician and producer like at. What point are you trying to figure out how to really get inside of this thing so that we take you seriously as producer. Yeah well i was trying all the time to be honest. I any time i met someone at the club who wrapped come to my house tomorrow like one pm and you know let's make shit and that was like when someone introduced me to saigon. When he had just got out of prison it was like you know saigon. We'll be together every day making music. And but i really didn't know what i was doing. I probably thought i did like everybody does at that age. Oh i'm fully formed. I'm arrived. I know what i'm doing it i was just figuring it out and then was this. Let me into one second was. This was the first entry like okay. You're going to be. You're going to be making rap beats and work with rappers. And if that's the case what was the album. What was the hip hop album. That called you to. This is exactly what i wanna do. Mecca and the soul rather..

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"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"What was the name of the club. Damn now now. You're you're now you're pulling me out where now remembering that. Maybe i wasn't a new york club kid for half a second Because i definitely remembered was the club that was across the street from justin's oh yeah just spent a lot. Yeah that was. Cheetah has an monday nights and chase shouts that out in few it again or one of those songs and he says i used to fill it on cheetah and then i did wednesday night at shine and then fridays life so every night that he mentioned in that cheetah monday night wednesday nights shine f with d'amato bitches friday night life or whatever it is and i was like oh my right yes he he would often be there like it was an event like until until the abt came along and solidified mondays. Yes you were. Basically you know usually my club nights would be like if back then especially on two hundred real. You know a mixed with bob power probably be something like kind of like eight nine hours or whatever so you know if you're starting at three in the afternoon or something we get their leading the real gets there for. Bob is basically you know. Get out of my hair and come back at midnight like me. know. Get the mix straight first before you guys start micromanaging. So usually you know on on mondays or whatever company you play and whatnot. What was it all right. Well i just wanted out to because jewels and julian where the main. Tj's monday specifically a cheater. But they will let me fill in. I play the basement of the. I'd watch your sets right right. So that's like my memories of it all right so one of the one of the discoveries we made in the last five years of doing this show is that You know a lot of are a lot of the accomplished producers that we admire Were great deejays. And you know that's the case with jimmy jam Definitely the case with dr dre. And when i brought this up today he explained to me that because of the the duress that he was under he would say like. You basically played the wrong song. You might risk the club. Getting shot up. He so he was hyper aware of what he played. And he says that that informs him of how he produces. because it's almost like there's no room for experiments you have to be spot on knowing what your audience response to so for you though in that particular atmosphere because the thing is is that i know i can get away with murder and you heard me experiment in do crazy shit often but i know i can get away with murder in affirmative a particular crowd. That will let me do that. But you know my clientele was really never puff or jazy or any of those like any of those parties that you know steve stoute is gonna show up at what is it. What is what is the. What is it like when.

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"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I was kind of drawn to can. I wanted to ask your parents do. Because i feel like it's some weight. Your life has been romanticized Hell adult my dad managed bands and he He came from like a kind of like you know family that it was like. You're supposed to north london. Jews are like a very. I'd say insular but it's like you do their family business. You go was like old school tradition. This kind of thing. My my dad's family were like one generation removed from being like fucking birches on brick lane like not quite peaky blinders but like that kind of hsien and and so they so he. My grandfather made the successful business gas stations. As like. that's what you do. You go work in the family business. So my dad was loved music and they just weren't trying to hear that so the he like became a little bit like the black sheep and he went and manage bands and did all this kind of things. And do you remember the ban roachford for andrew. He managed roachford This is like a little later but yeah he like discovered andrew was in another band was like hey keyboard players really good. You can go to your solar ship so he you know plucked the andrew out. And you know you know this first couple roach for records and he just loves music and stuff and he loved to party and so did my mom and my mom was from liverpool and she was just kind of know wonderful mother of you know kind of dynamic persona okay many reasons. There's okay so there's my mom and dad had three of us and then my dad remarried had three moron since my mom remarried and had a couple more jones's ten ten brothers and sisters altogether. Yes yes okay. Speaking of which Yeah i was gonna say. li- It's it's andrew roach for who would bring If you remember john From three seven thousand nine in the black lily days to our very first show when we moved to london came. That's how we met. New aminu became our tour manager but at the time she was dating roachford..

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What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?

You Are The Media

08:33 min | 1 year ago

What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?

"What's asiapac. A low worth has an intrinsic value to you as well as the audience. You're creating for go back catalogue is when you create work. This not just focus on what's current but takes account of the longer term. It's content that pertains fairly because there's something universal and perennial about it in this way. Not only is it valuable to others. It also helps manual position in the marketplace. Currently there's a flurry of music. Artists alina back catalogs. The lives of bob dylan new young secure of done it even dolly parton thinking about pissing beat to be head so if you build an audience share content defines. Its home of your audience. Your back catalogue can also become something. That's desirable catholic. A work is your audience can always access. It's worth the grows and evolves alongside your audience. You can become a self replenishing goldman in times of new clients have improved that you'll someone who does the work and potential clients getting comfortable with your approach. A website that shares one or two articles every now and then feta video and if you four-page e books does not come across as high value however one of the back catalogue of regla audio writing and video content posted over a period of time suggests is a place of value to us on a u. at the media online in two thousand and twenty joe pelosi said to everyone but anyone michelle content if it went tomorrow. If not your content you have a problem a back cutler means you invite days that you share today but also track record that shows. You're someone who keeps and has kept on giving me never become irrelevant by choosing to rest for used in the past with touring on home to the ever-growing increase in streaming. We're seeing a trend for music. Artists selling the rights at back. Catalogues artists unrealized by a cashing. In on the value of songs they produce david as uk based rotea fund. Hypnosis is obtaining the rights to artists from blondie to mark ronson in the sky article musical journalist. David sinclair said. If you're talking with the idea if you're a rockstar. If you bob dylan you're thinking to yourself. This might be time. He's getting twenty using comp one year right that in a lump sum in sakir who sold the rights to one hundred. Thirty five songs to hypnosis. I'm humbled that songwriting. And given me the privilege of communicating with others being a part of something bigger than myself autism now handing over the word ridden and shed over the years for fake off certainly does not mean tied in this context. This story of selling bank catholics chimes with how we in the beats a bass bass produce work for an audience. It proves that when you work is relevant to others this more reason to keep going the blog articles you produced back in two thousand nine nineteen. Maybe didn't get many views when they were first published. But that doesn't mean the not value sitting within your overall bank of work similar to music artists. Your job is to keep plane so that you keep developing your audience when people find you they can then join the dots and get a more complete picture of y you share is relevant to them. Those articles that received little traffic into nineteen are important in the context of your overall efforts. A moment in time should not be your only anka booting up a back catalog of which shows in your work over time making it easier for people to make a decision on whether to buy or subscribe. Starting the a space that people can visit but also record of how you've developed in the music industry return longevity. What about you. How will you know wherever you're back catalogue is where something it won't be. The same. ballpark is bob. Dylan's three hundred million pounds. When he sold his six hundred songs universal music for how we find out. If what you share has worth you would. Immediate has been around every week apart from some short breaks since october. Two thousand thirteen almost eight years. Now here's why building a back. Catalog of content provides vani in both the short and long after the first one. Is this over time. People see the value provide be prepared to play. The long game is so important. I wonder where ought be now if i hadn't been producing content every week for you at the median. I reckon it would be somewhere where i am today when people recognize. Your work is something that they can get behind you have a license to develop momentum secondly it can support your wider efforts. Your back catalog makes it easier to introduce for new initiatives. The one thing that has remained constant from me has been my writing. This was the tree. I planted back in twenty thirteen and new branches of grown. It made introducing in person and then online live events easier. Don't think of the word you produce in isolation look at it as a way to connect your intentions and third lake is greater use beyond the immediate space producing a back. Catalog extend your scope by this. I mean what stance a piece of work in one channel can extend into other formats. For instance blogs have become talked topics for other people's podcast. One single article became a webinar in april. Twenty twenty on your first ten email subscribers the next point is that it becomes and it brings people closer or from people. The proof of the work. You've already done helps you by helping them. Make a decision go back catalogue in contrast to say tha that competitors whose output may be more sporadic demonstrates perseverance. Next point is that it contributes to sales while message of this. You the media online. That i'm talking to you now is not around selling your business based on your content. Your work can be indirectly related to revenue for instance. The world you produce can also present a way to sell products and services but in a way that isn't merely emphasizing for instance being a trusted business increases the impact. You can make and this links to one of the aspects of what the month of learning represents a recent podcast looked at the impact of trust. Next is your were becomes a reference and search to your back catalogue can become a place for us to take from an somewhere. Search engines recognize websites. We've over three hundred and eleven index pieces of work c. Two hundred and thirty six percent more traffic than no sign of not too many pages and this is ups ball. What this means. Is that the better. Your ongoing work is indexed. There is more for a search engine to look through and support your search rankings ultimately ultimately want visit us to stick around on your site for that you need to offer work they will enjoy and lastly grow from it. The more you practice delivering something the better you become by learning. How the audio space works. I've become a better speaker by sharing a short video every week for the of the media weekly email. I think become a better presenter by writing every week. I've become a stronger writer. Whilst as an emphasis on creating roughness never forget this contributes to your own personal development. Let's roundup similar to writing and sherry music. You just put all your effort into a once a year christmas. Oh you have to keep introducing new material. That can stand the test of time all comes down to having that ability to keep going is what you're creating talking to be worth. Something is what you're producing contributing to your overall message actions in commercial delivery to give you the freedom to play an experiment. Why if your entire back catalogue disappear tomorrow but people let you know what they show concern. You're back catalogue is your commercial worth directly and indirectly and it's important to keep on playing for the audience as you show up to it

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The Murder of Racing Legend Mickey Thompson

Past Gas

06:03 min | 2 years ago

The Murder of Racing Legend Mickey Thompson

"It's Mickey Thompson Time. I'm. Pumped. Islam. Dive welcome back to pass gas everybody I am your host Nolan Sykes as always joined by the other host of the show. Got James pump free mustard on a beat. That's right. Going through your new, your new catchphrases definitely yours no one else's and puck that big MAC truck inside my little garage. and Joe Weber flared up also wink wink nation and what's. Keep it use. Keep it. You bitches juice keep it juice. Joe You had to postpone good staff. Make. Good. Gory non-appropriation Mega. Like. That's your thing. Okay. That's the alike. A love that. May encounter that how that? All right. So what are you? What are you guys? Familiar, rather you guys with Mickey? Thompson? I know that he makes the tires the drag boys. Does he make? Did they make off road tires? and then I, know that he had a gold mine. Well really actual, Gold Mine at some point. Yeah I don't know about that because wasn't he the one who went and like. got smokey eunuch in a gold mining. Maybe. I remember smokey had one but that sounds vaguely familiar thompson who who like got smokey into the into the game I. Believe I haven't heard of any of this. So I'm excited to dive into this and I. Always feel. That way. But this one is like, I should have known about this dude there are no google results for Mickey, Thompson Gold Mine but that you know maybe it's true we have to go find Mickey Thompson's gold. City slickers to. All right So let's just get into it. Mickey Thompson was born Marian Lee. Thompson Junior on December seventh nineteen twenty eight in San Fernando California. He went by Mickey and not marrying because in his own words quote a girl's name would mean even more fighting. I do like the name Marian it's pretty cool. Yeah. Like that, he said even more five eighty. We'll see. Yeah, he. Likes to get into it the San Fernando Valley home to Ventura. Boulevard and Mulholland. Drive was a fitting birthplace for a kid who would become defined by hot rods and dragsters. The valley is one of the original cradles of Car Culture I. I will say it still is today it's very like I went to see us you northridge up there in the valley and it is a muscle car town everyone drives either a charger challenger Camaro or Mustang it's pretty cool. I haven't met many people from the Valley with a valley accent most liked. Girls and Valley boys that I've talked to are from like Hollywood and Venice specifically. Venice. But never really never never from the valley there's I. Mean there's a lot of people. See us you northridge is a commuter school. There's a lot of people from that area that go there and I never really heard that typical valley you know yeah, I think it's kind of a pass a kind of thing. Now it was big at a time I. Don't think it's as big anymore you gotta meet some people from Venice. It's very much alive while not Nevada is on saying I think that the the new thing is. Not New but like the the big vocal fad was the vocal fry God. Yeah. Dashing vocal. John. We Sold our show got. Because we have less views per episode than Donut does perfect. Indirectly, Kris Kardashian directly sourced us. Did you see that onion article that was like the show ends when I wanted to? Rise into, the ocean. I will say Kendall Jenner Architecture Digest open-door episode is pretty cool. She's got a cool house and that's all say on that that rich girl has a cool how it's not just a cool house James. There's a difference like if you watch those videos, there's like real people houses and then there's there's rich people houses with no taste and then as rich. People houses with actual taste and define style, Kendall Jenner, and then Mark Mark. Ronson Mark Ronson Mark Ronson is the best very cool. House is not annoying at all I would like to hang out with Mark Ronson I. Don't know much about a hundred percent want to go to that house hundred percent did anyway that's that's our only Hollywood digression for the episode. California's on fire right now guys so much so that I got gotta check engine light yesterday because I was putting on the new intake, my car, and then like I stopped because I needed another tool and then I put my older back together. But I didn't tighten the thing for the math enough and I just sucked in a bunch of ashish and it like Oh. No. Covered my maths I have a math cleaner if you need it. I had a check engine light a few days ago. Was not fire related. It just turns out that when my coil packs was bad and I had to change it out and not fixed it. So I'm pretty happy. It didn't take long to discover his love for both driving and working on cars and age. Twelve Mickey and his dad entered a soapbox Derby Mickey's first race also became his first car modding experience

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Jennifer Justice, entertainment exec and founder, The Justice Department

Skimm'd from The Couch

06:06 min | 2 years ago

Jennifer Justice, entertainment exec and founder, The Justice Department

"I loved what you said about figuring out what it is about you. That's different regardless of how you grew up or your circumstances. What was that for you? And when did you start to figure that out? You know it takes a while. You're like there's no in there telling you you're great and you deserve to be here and I would see people reacting me in a different way and it took a long time it took. It took some therapy at took an executive coach really to be like you have these patterns in your life and I started seeing that when I talked and advocated for people all. It was different than other people doing it. I was really doing it from a place of I knew it was the right thing to do. And even though there were financial benefits it wasn't just like being an activist. It was really advocating for people who deserved what I was asking for an almost getting a lot of that. Push back on it. I was like okay. I'm really onto something. Because if they're just GONNA capitulate than obviously wasn't asking for an off and so it kind of drove me and I knew that that thing was that I was really good at advocating and really good at marrying art and commerce. When did you start getting into the world of US editions and entertainers? So I mean even when I was in Seattle I was hanging out in the grunge scene. You know we didn't know the whole world was paying attention even though we all these bands have been signed and not albums out. It's small in comparison to New York and so I just identify with most of them from my background. You know and they weren't college educated. Are I WANNA jump into Jay z? just lay some groundwork hair. Where was Jesse his career? How old was he roughly us about what he just recorded? The hard knock life hadn't come out yet and so she was probably what twenty eight twenty nine and he'd really reasonable doubt volume on and he was about to release hockey. It's right before he becomes a superstar. Yeah what was your first meeting with him. Like I had been a fan of reasonable doubt which when I interviewed at Carol Grade on and they're like how do you even know who he is? You know because it's an amazing at that point as many copies as it has now and then we had to go to a meeting. Def Jam which was a tiny company at the time and I'm met him for the first time walking in so only seen a picture of him and I didn't realize how tall he was and hoskin skinny was. Are you like Mr Carter? It's nice to meet you or like Jay Z. No he liked leans over in the introduces himself. And I always like. Oh I'm your day. What does he yeah? I'm Jay now it's like I'm your new attorneys. Oh you're jj you know. And that's what we're not does he call you. J. J. Yeah J. J. my good friend Jay. He's famous for being an incredible businessman. He is known to be Astute at identifying business opportunities optimizing for them and obviously doing really well and making money. How did you get him to trust you? He knew that I was fighting for him. You know that really cared about what his assets were how he should be treated and I just saw really early on. I mean hip hop wasn't even on you. Know live telecast of the grammys. At the time they didn't even have a billboard chart separate for it and he came out breaking all these records you know he just saw how much you know. I fought for him and cared about making sure. He got what he deserved. I'm just fascinated. What was your lifelike at this point? We're you going out with these guys every day all the time all the time. How does that work? When you're the lawyer going out with them at that would make me like very very anxious. Yeah so I mean look. I listened things. You don't get involved in the entertainment attorney right. So there's no company in the ministry that is open before ten. Am there's no reception. Nobody's answering the phone before ten and then a lot of shows are at night so it just is you know what I mean. And it's just the way that the business works the you know. There are a lot of us running around together all the time they were in it and it was a lot of fun. How old are you roughly at this time? Mid Twenties like a young kid. Yeah but you're US superstar lawyer superstar lawyer. How did you ensure that you were respected as a professional while also socializing with your clients and I'm GonNA assume maybe not the most professional settings board room at night? How did you find that balance? Well I didn't to be honest with you. I was just going along because all the guys were to right and I was like well. You know it's fine everybody else's out and then there was a shift actually and I started to realize that one client in particular not any of them that I've mentioned and he's in a little bit of a different genre Saami outlet at night and was like I don't like my lawyer being out late and I was like okay but I was with your male lawyer and you didn't say anything about that that's when I really started to see because again I didn't have any mentorship so I didn't know that women are treated differently in Business. I didn't know there were glass ceilings and then all of a sudden I was like. Oh there's a double standard and what was your reaction to that at first I was like. Oh my God you're right. This is awful and it was like wait a minute. No this is not cool because I'm in the same room with other male attorneys other managers. Other you know accountants. This is the music industry music. Entertainment Law. We're not curing cancer solving world world. Peace here so it was very eye-opening to me when I think about some of the people that you've worked with even early on whether it's Mark Ronson obviously Jay Z. Back in the day and then you know to what he is today and beyond say specifically talking about those people it's a mix of creatives who have strong business intuition. How do you think through when there is a creative idea that super compelling but the business around it just doesn't necessarily make sense thus the thing it's like the creative and the business half to meet and if they don't then you know whoever it is my clients they have to make the decision? Do they want to fund it? Is this a nonprofit that you partner with a museum you have to do the math and give them all the options? What could really be the outcome? Is it you paying for it? Is it finding philanthropists to pay for it or returning in this into a real business? And that's my job is helping them Mary. Art and

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"mark ronson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

12:49 min | 3 years ago

"mark ronson" Discussed on KCRW

"Other artists featured at four by four mark Ronson and this and features angel Olsen KCRW she she so KCRW this so J. sure she it is home it.

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Project Runway Chooses Season 17 Winner in Cut-Throat Finale Episode

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Project Runway Chooses Season 17 Winner in Cut-Throat Finale Episode

"You have not watched tonight's project runway finale yet. Hey, what's wrong with you? And be you might wanna pause or watch this show a little bit later because spoiler alert, we are about to reveal this season's winner. Okay. You have been warned take a look Sebastian. You are the winner of project. I would be I can't believe it. I called it an episode three.

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How Streaming Changed the Sound of Pop

Switched On Pop

09:17 min | 3 years ago

How Streaming Changed the Sound of Pop

"Exiling that has overtaken pop music in the last six months, which which one I feel like we're poppas of anxiety. So according to many the economics of streaming is changing music. So significantly right now that pop me literally never sound the same again. And today I want to investigate these claims by seeing how musicians are altering their sounds to make it in today's streaming economy and to do this. I've recruited Aishah Hassan, and Dan, cough who have written about how streaming is affecting the sound of pop for courts in a piece called the reason, why your favorite pop songs are getting shorter Asia. Dan the show. Yeah. Thanks nice to be here. This is exciting. Yes. Okay. So in the recent guardian interview mega pop producer. Mark Ronson said that all your songs have to be under three minutes and fifteen seconds because of people don't listen to them all the way to the end. End. They get into this ratio of non complete heard which sends your Spotify writing down and song writers are forced to churn out hits at short order. So I can you untangle Ranson's gripe and explain what is causing so much concern that many music streaming services work as that songs generate money per play. That means every time that there's streamed they generate a certain amount of money, and that's very little so it ranges between zero point zero zero four dollars to zero point zero zero eight dollars. And then if you don't play it to the very end that rating goes down, meaning that people don't listen to the song through as much then the song is less likely to make it into Spotify really lucrative playlists which them streamed more, and because the amount of money so little volume is really important. So this is obviously extremely different from how artists were paid in the past. Right. I think it's important to note that artists right now. According to a report. In two thousand seventeen they're only getting about ten percent of the music industry's total revenue, but streaming so important because that's how they're going to break out. Right. And they're not going to be heard by audiences then less people are going to buy their tickets for their concert. People are going to buy their merch so to be visible. It's really important to sometimes game the streaming system. So more people listen to their stuff. Okay. Gaming, this drinks. There's some sort of sort of perverse incentives going on here and just sort of get sort of order magnitude around this a CD used to cost fifteen to twenty dollars. And how many songs do you have to stream in order to make the equivalent on an old record so thousand streams quivalent of six dollars. So we're talking about fifteen hundred streams to get nine dollars. An and of course in artists probably is only making a fraction of those nine dollars. That's exactly right. The music services tend to take thirty percent of that revenues Spotify or alpha musical, whatever we'll take around thirty percent. And then even though you've got the rest of the money going to artists depending on the deal that they have a record labels and the amount of people who have contributed to the track that money, which is very little at the beginning is split up. Even more so artists are actually getting a very very small amount of money. Okay. So this is interesting. We have two different issues at hand. Now that we have to deal with one as you mentioned this question of our songs getting shorter and sort of why? And then also are there. Certain like time markers are boundaries that you have to fit within is that changing the way that perhaps people are writing music, and so let's take them in that order. So our songs are songs any shorter. Yes. Definitely. Around two thousand the median length of a billboard one hundred songs was well over four minutes about four minutes and seven seconds. And in two thousand eighteen it was just over three and a half minutes. So we've lopped off more than thirty seconds off the average billboard hot one hundred songs. So that's that. So Mark Ronson anxiety that that Charlie quote at the beginning of this episode is is perhaps warranted songs are getting shorter. Yes. And there's also these extreme example. So there are a bunch of songs now that are under two and a half minutes long. So in the two thousands there were virtually no songs under two and a half minutes that made the charts and in two thousand eighteen about six percent of them were less than two and a half minutes, and some even just two minutes, you documented this in your piece, and there's like a hockey stick graph basically starting in. I don't know like twenty fifteen twenty fifteen all the sudden there's all these songs that are now two and a half minutes or shorter you pointed to Connie west and little pumps. I love which comes in at just over two minutes. How correct. So the question of where's the music going curious in in your investigations how much? This is intertwined with the dominance of hip hop as the main form of today's popular music. So it's a coupla hated thing to answer because hip hop has seeped into all genre. So even when you listen to country as you've pointed out in previous shows country now has a hip hop effect. But if you look at every genre. They've all phone Rb rock country. All of them have taken a big dive over the last two decades wrap the most. So it's definitely the biggest phenomenon there. But it's not just a hip hop thing. So on the one hand, we have some different incentive structures set up and just to be clear about them. Minor sending we have songs are getting shorter. Because the way that you get paid with streaming is personal and it used to be since the I don't know the age of album oriented music that the Elbe was the main way that you made a major money. So now, if you're getting paid per song, it makes sense to have like twenty really short songs that might actually run shorter than an album length. That would be ten songs that are twice three times as long, and so you're you're gaming can I get as many songs in. It's possible. Is that is that an accurate description of how some people understanding this? I just want to complicate things a little bit. So yes, we are pretty confident that streaming matters. But this is actually a pretty long term trend. So if we look over the twentieth century, you'll see that songs were quite short in the forties and fifties. And then they got way longer through the latter half of the twentieth century and then starting around the late nineteen ninety s all the way up today, we see songs shortening. So it's definitely got to be more than just dreaming. But we're confident that sort of the effect that we're seeing over the last several years is a result of the desire to make more money from having shorter songs. And if somebody listens to an album repetitively, the artists will get more money, but there's definitely more going on there than just streaming. Okay. So Spotify actually put out a press release about this phenomenon and said that in the world of digital consumption are narrow windows of free time are the object of fierce competition by the seemingly limitless choices streaming platforms present short songs represent solution to an. Audiences abundance of choice alongside endless opportunities for diversion. So there's sort of a question of like our audience is also driving this perhaps. That's that's what they're suggesting. I think what we need to do though is examined the music and see is this really going on. And I'm particular interesting looking at like if psalms are getting shorter what's being put on the chopping block. And so we really established it hip hop is. Most dominant form of pop music right now, go on the billboard sixty seventy percent of the charts are going to be hip hop. And if you also look at the songs, which tend to be shorter, especially these sort of two minute, two and a half minute songs. Lotte hip hop lungs in there as well. And I think there's a there's a part of this which makes sense because in have you don't necessarily have as rigid structure of pop song. You don't necessarily have to have for example, a pre course or post chorus or bridge you can just have hook verse hook verse and you're out. And so when you look song like s and low pumps piece, they're doing exactly that. As you steal. I try. Sparkler one came out. Such a. Sick. Like the quick I'm a sick. Like, let's you to verse piece instead of you know, you go back to nineties hip hop. You might have had three four five versus a song. So it's easy to just you can chop it down make more songs that makes sense to me. I think we're things get more complicated. Are when songs are using sort of more traditional verse chorus song form. So if we look at song like he side that's on comes in two minutes and fifty four seconds, which is pretty short pops on and I wanted to look at where's the extra music going? So let's listen to Benny Blanco's east side. And we're gonna listen to just what happens at the end goal. They side.

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Cardi B Tapped For Las Vegas Residency

Colleen and Bradley

05:13 min | 4 years ago

Cardi B Tapped For Las Vegas Residency

"Who has just signed up for a Las Vegas residency. And this is great news. I think because what we're learning we've been learning for the last year or few years is that the Las Vegas. Residency is not for old dusty accent anymore. And I think this is great news. We have a new Las Vegas residency in its Cardi B. So this to me the reason why okay, sandy just because my brain I've been looking at this all week, and it just dawned on me like how you're saying. Because I my mom just made a comment you like, you know, what happens when they send him to Vegas that. It's not anymore. And that's what I this is exciting to me because for a few reasons among them. First of all, I think that like concerts, the whole concerts have sort of lived in our lifetime has changed so much. I was talking to our social media person here at the radio station Hannah, she's millennial, and we were talking about how she was did, you know, that you used to be like a window at Dayton's where you'd go to get tickets to concerts, and it was like, yeah. Yeah. That's how I want to get tickets. We did you either use your telephone. Yes. And sat on hold for one hundred years or you walked your but to either Dayton's or like there was a window at the rainbow foods in uptown. Yes, there they're always windows at foods, and you would wait in line. And you could get a front row seat by waiting in line. If you were there early enough or you get a ticket. You know, you'd get a number like lottery if you had an early number you could get a front row ticket. And you know, what my husband had a front row ticket to see. The Rolling Stones that he only paid fifty dollars earner and that was expensive at the time soon. I'll think about what a front row seat to a concert would cost in two thousand nineteen fifty dollars. No, you wouldn't even be able to get in the arena for fifty dollars. Eight hundred minimum. That would be like an okay concept. Either of you paid that much money to sit front row in an added concert. Never. I've never sat for dessert. I feel like sonny's cooler than all of us. I'm pretty sure I listen Yami to sit down and have a talk with my daughter. Okay. So we will cool. You are. Honestly, I it's unbelievable how how much it costs to see a concert now. And so when and and when you would go to Las Vegas that would be like the sign that your career was ending. You could no longer fill in arena, and you needed to go there to live out the remainder of your days until you went to glory, and that was the end of debut had some gambling debts too. You had some penguins to buy exist. I mean, it was it was a different world. Yes. It was a different world steady gig. And now, I I think it's a really wise thing to just stay in your small intimate place. It's usually like a nightclub tape gig or smaller theatre type gig in Las Vegas. Have the people come to you. It is a great for whatever venue. You're playing. It is extremely lucrative for them. It's far more affordable for the spectator. What's interesting about some of these residencies that have been announced in the past couple of weeks with really hot acts is that they're not going to be performing in arenas. So they're not going to be at the Coliseum like Celine? Dion. Mariah carey. They're gonna be playing nightclubs. So I think it was last week. It was announced that Drake is doing a nightclub residency at the encore. Yeah. And then Mark Ronson is doing a nightclub residency at the park MGM and Cardi B's residency. That was just an. Ounce yesterday, that's going to be beat the palms hotel. Yeah. So these are all associated with nightclubs, which brings a whole new level of intimacy to their performances, which is awesome. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway, I just I think this is really exciting. And I'm hoping we'll see more of this. Because I just I do think, you know, first of all I love Las Vegas. Second of all the idea of being able to go to Las Vegas and see an artist that doesn't really. You think about this? Okay. So sit with me here Sanni like going to Las Vegas is an you can do it pretty inexpensively relatively. I know that there's still a vacation and still, you know, it's not cheap to hop on an airplane. But as far as they go, you can do it relatively inexpensively. And so if you've budgeted for it think about being able to go there and go relatively inexpensively to see more than one artists that you've always wanted to see up and down the strip you do that for the price that you might pay to see one. Ernest in the front row at an arena. And that's kinda cool. Like when I think about being able to

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Pete Davidson gets celeb support after cryptic Instagram post

Investor's Edge

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Pete Davidson gets celeb support after cryptic Instagram post

"Some concerns about the welfare of Saturday Night Live cast member proved to be unfounded USA radio's Chris Barnes with the story fans were relieved when comedian Pete Davidson introduced the second musical performance on this week's SNL a job usually reserved for the show's guest host, but Davidson's appearance cap today where some feared he was preparing to commit suicide once again, Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus after expressing support on social media Saturday from musician, Kanye west and a struggle. He's had with mental illness Davidson posted I really don't want to be on this earth anymore later, he deleted the social media account altogether. A police officer was sent to NBC studios in Manhattan to check on Davidson, while a company spokesperson apparently told NYPD Davidson was fine

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Police are seriously concerned this celebrity is suicidal

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Police are seriously concerned this celebrity is suicidal

"Some concerns about the welfare of Saturday Night Live cast member proved to be unfounded USA radio's Chris Barnes with the story were relieved when comedian Pete Davidson introduced the second musical performance on this week's SNL a job usually reserved for the show's guest host, but Davidson's appearance cap today where some feared he was preparing to commit suicide once again, Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus after expressing support on social media Saturday for musician, Kanye west and a struggle. He's had with mental illness Davidson posted I really don't want to be on this earth anymore later, he deleted the social media account altogether. A police officer was sent to NBC studios in Manhattan to check on Davidson, while a company spokesperson apparently told NYPD Davidson was fine. For USA radio news. I'm Robin will- landscape.

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Oprah Winfrey's Mother, Vernita Lee, Dead At 83

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Oprah Winfrey's Mother, Vernita Lee, Dead At 83

"That she had with her mother. Absolutely. That's still is number one a very young age for her mother Eighty-three read. That's pretty young still won't maybe not. I guess I don't know that young. But also, no no matter how fractured their relationship is. That's difficult loss. Yeah. It's certainly, you know, condolences to Oprah and also on thanksgiving. That's a difficult time to lose somebody. It is Miley Cyrus her Instagram account clean today, replacing it with a cryptic video that hints of a new collaboration with Mark Ronson. The brief clip shows red disco ball like broken hearts spinning. Slowly while dramatic violin. Driven music plays in the background mightly tag. Mark Ronson in the post

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