Arun Bali plays guitar in Saves The Day and produced Better Off’s fantastic record Milk as well as tons of commercial work. Subscribe on iTunes and rate us on our page if you get a chance. Subscribe on Stitcher Please share our podcast on Overcast.FM (the best way to listen to podcasts)

Adam “Nolly” Getgood produces bands like his own Periphery as well as Animals As Leaders, Bleed From Within and Rise To Remain. Subscribe on iTunes and rate us on our page if you get a chance. Subscribe on Stitcher Please share our podcast on Overcast.FM (the best way to listen to podcasts)

Every week Noise Creators is adding more and more of the best producers in music. This week we’re excited to welcome Mike Kennerty. I personally couldn’t be more excited to welcome them since his band All American Rejects has made many records I’ve enjoyed. . Get to know a bit more about him below and on their Noise Creators Page. Hey! I’m Mike. I’m most known for playing guitar in the All-American Rejects, but I also spend a lot of my time recording bands. As a producer I’m pretty hands-on and like to concentrate on song development. Basically, I really give a shit about the records I work on and want to make sure the songs are the best they can be (and something that I’d actually want to jam when it’s done!). Also, as someone who has spent a lot of time on both sides of a board, I like to make sure everyone is comfortable and actually enjoying the recording experience. I’ve worked with enough assholes (talented folks, but assholes nonetheless) to know what not to do during a session. This shit should be fun…

Welcome to Noise Creator’s New Noise column where we tell you about the best up and coming bands we think everyone will be talking about soon. By Scott Fugger There’s pop punk and then there’s pop punk. Chicago’s The Run Around falls squarely into the second camp as their ethos screams punk, though their sound brings in a certain amount of pop sensibility. This band knows exactly where their hearts lay. In the opening lines of “Pop Stars,” the lead single off of Reckless Ones, they make a simple assertion: “We’re not pop stars / we’re from the basement / live off a middle-American paycheck / we go hardcore when it’s called for / nights spent on the floor.” Taking a look at their influences, it becomes even more clear that The Run Around have a spot-on estimation of themselves. The band cites artists such as Rise Against, Rancid, and Pennywise, all of which are strong comparisons. The challenge comes more with deciding on a definitive genre. During their 10 years as a band, lead singer Jason Fein says, “I think the biggest change is ‘What is pop punk/punk rock?’  I know we used to fit in that bill pretty well. Read more…

This podcast I am joined by Marc McClusky a NYC based producer who has a ton of experience working with extremely talented people including Weezer, Bad Religion, Ludo, Motion City Soundtrack, Hit The Lights and many more. Subscribe on iTunes and rate us on our page if you get a chance. Subscribe on Stitcher Please share our podcast on Overcast.FM (the best way to listen to podcasts)

This week I talk to the talented and awesome Pat Noon about his work with Brick + Mortar, The Front Bottoms, River City Extension and much more. Subscribe on iTunes and rate us on our page if you get a chance. Subscribe on Stitcher Please share our podcast on Overcast.FM (the best way to listen to podcasts)

Every week Noise Creators is adding more and more of the best producers in music. This week we’re excited to welcome Bert & Eric Poncet. I personally couldn’t be more excited to welcome them since their band Chunk, No Captain Chunk has fueled many an intense bike ride to work. Get to know a bit more about them below and on their Noise Creators Page. Bertrand and Eric Poncet, two brothers hailing from Paris, France. We share a passion for both producing and performing music, and for more than 10 years we have played and toured the world in bands together, as well as producing our own music. As we understand the level of quality expected by fellow musicians through working on our own material, we realised the importance of perfection in music production, which fueled the creation of Alias Studios. Music production is constantly progressing, and home recording is becoming increasingly more popular. As musicians ourselves, we understand how costly professional studios can be when you’re a new and upcoming artist, and that’s why we decided to offer a different approach to music production, with a variety of services for all kinds of budgets. We adapt to our clients, Read more…

Welcome to Noise Creator’s New Noise column where we tell you about the best up and coming bands we think everyone will be talking about soon. By Deanna Chapman 7 Minutes In Heaven, a pop-punk trio, has been killing it in the world of unsigned bands. “Why aren’t they signed?” you ask. Well I’m not entirely sure. Let’s rewind a bit and give you a little history on the band. Timmy Rasmussen initially started 7 Minutes In Heaven as a solo gig in 2012. A couple years later, he decided to expand and added Alex Rogers and Justin Mondzak. Now that we know how the trio came about, we can jump right into their music. Side Effects is the latest EP from the band, being released in December 2015. The band worked with Seth Henderson on the EP, who has worked with pop-punk bands like Knuckle Puck and Real Friends. The songs are easy to sing along to. In fact, it’s hard to not get these songs stuck in your head. “I need a little clarity // Can anybody out there here me?” was an instant stand out in “Ways I Shouldn’t Be,” the first track off of Side Effects. Once you Read more…

On this episode I talk to Sam Pura, an audio engineer who owns and operates The Panda Studios. The Panda Studios is a well-respected San Francisco recording studio complex based in Fremont, CA. He’s worked with The Story So Far, Basement, State Champs, Misser and many others. Subscribe on iTunes and rate us on our page if you get a chance. Subscribe on Stitcher Please share our podcast on Overcast.FM (the best way to listen to podcasts)

This episode I am joined by James Paul Wisner. He has produced and mixed some of the most genre influencing bands of recent times including UnderOath’s groundbreaking “They’re Only Chasing Safety”, Dashboard Confessional’s seminal “The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most” as well as Further Seems Forever’s “The Moon is Down”. Other notable bands he has produced and/or mixed are: Paramore, Hands Like Houses, The Academy Is, There For Tomorrow and Go Radio. Subscribe on iTunes and rate us on our page if you get a chance. Subscribe on Stitcher Please share our podcast on Overcast.FM (the best way to listen to podcasts)