The award-winning music podcast Tape Notes has announced a special live episode taping taking place Tuesday 29th March at 7pm, for an audience at Signature Brew London.
Hosted by John Kennedy and in partnership with AIM & Transgressive, this edition features Let’s Eat Grandma’s Rosa Walton & producer David Wrench, taking a dive into how their upcoming album ‘Two Ribbons’ was written, recorded & produced.
Lifting the lid on the creative process and sharing unheard demos, stems and tips and tricks for fans and creators alike, the one-off event explores the artist and producer’s fascinating relationship in the studio.
Having won a British Podcast Award for Best Live Episode at Latitude festival, this unique headphone experience is not to be missed for any curious music fans.
Now nearing its 100th episode, Tape Notes has recently featured the likes of Jon Hopkins, Bastille, Chvrches, Courtney Barnett, Yard Act, Frank Carter, Orla Gartland, Jungle, Fred Again, Ibeyi, Easy Life, Royal Blood, girl in red, Fontaines D.C., Haim, Bicep, Lianne La Havas, Idles, The 1975, Glass Animals, Nova Twins, Adam Buxton and many more besides.
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