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)

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)

This week I talk to the very enthusiastic and awesome Anton DeLost about producing groups like Into It. Over It., Seaway, Curses, Liferuiner 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 Seth Henderson, an awesome producer based out of the Chicago area who’s worked with Knuckle Puck, Real Friends, Rarity, Bonfires, The Deal Wears Prada 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 Joey Sturgis who you may know as the producer for Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, We Came As Romans, Blessthefall, The Devil Wears Prada and many more. He also has an amazing service that teaches young engineers to mix called Nail The Mix and makes incredible plugins through his company JST Tones. 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)

On this episode I am joined by Ace Enders of The Early November and I Can Make A Mess. He had his hand in production on all of his own projects as well as Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties (Soupy from The Wonder Years side project), Young Statues, The Weekend Riot and Carter Hulsey. 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 have a long talk with Alan Douches the mastering engineer who has probably worked on over half your record collection. To name a few of the records he’s worked on is to mention less than he does in a single week, but we’ll do it anyway – Converge, Brand New, Mastodon, Saves The Day, Sufjan Stevens, Every Time I Die, etc. etc. 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)

Today we speak with Will Pugh who has achieved much success: records he’s performed on and produced have sold over 500,000 copies, and he’s notched two Top 40 hits under his belt, including the RIAA certified Gold single “Honestly”. He has fully helmed the boards for Cartel’s last 2 releases (he co-produced their earlier work), and recent productions include TEAM*’s recent album Good Morning Bad Day, Hydra Melody’s debut full length, and 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)

On this episode I talk to Nik Bruzzese of Man Overboard. In addition to recording numerous releases for his own bands he has also produced groups like Transit, Handguns and dozens 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)