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Recite Your Baseline

Recite Your Baseline is a podcast made by musicians, primarily for musicians that dwell on the outskirts of popular music. It's also for lovers of non-mainstream music - and provides an insight into the the inner workings of unsigned bands and artists from all sorts of genres.Your host, Stewart Grieve, has had a long career in radio production and making music himself, so he has an understanding and empathy for each of his guests.Tune in to listen to what these artists have to share and stories they have to tell, as well as listening to some of their music along the way.This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming.

Tracks

Recite Your Baseline - Episode 5 - Nocturne Wulf
In this weeks episode I talk to Glasgow's very own metal heads Nocturne Wulf. I'll be joined by Jamie Paterson and Bob McDougall from the band, we talk about their rise to heavy metal glory, we cover the bands progress over the last five years, their recordings, studio time, live gigs, the gear they use and the revolving door of band members and how they are now settled with their current line up. We also show case four of their best tracks and reveal new music in the works. It's a fascinating insight into this hard working bands ambitions and goals for the up coming year. Recite Your Baseline is a podcast made by musicians, primarily for musicians that dwell on the outskirts of popular music. It's also for lovers of non-mainstream music - and provides an insight into the the inner workings of unsigned bands and artists from all sorts of genres. Your host, Stewart Grieve, has had a long career in radio production and making music himself, so he has an understanding and empathy for each of his guests. Tune in to listen to what these artists have to share and stories they have to tell, as well as listening to some of their music along the way. This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
58:06 6/6/21
Recite Your Baseline - Episode 4 - Wargames 79 - (The One With Stevo)
This episode sees me talk to Steven Young, long time friend and fellow home recording enthusiast. We talk about his band "Lassie Casserole", our mutual love of Mike Oldfield, our musical journeys together and our post pub drunken jams through the years. He goes into detail on how his creative process works, the kit he uses, as well as discussing making films, going to festivals, partying and generally having a good time... Recite Your Baseline is a podcast made by musicians, primarily for musicians that dwell on the outskirts of popular music. It's also for lovers of non-mainstream music - and provides an insight into the the inner workings of unsigned bands and artists from all sorts of genres. Your host, Stewart Grieve, has had a long career in radio production and making music himself, so he has an understanding and empathy for each of his guests. Tune in to listen to what these artists have to share and stories they have to tell, as well as listening to some of their music along the way. This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
63:20 5/31/21
Recite Your Baseline - Episode 3 - "The Tempus Collective"
In this episode, Stewart talks to his long time collaborator Kevin Fleming, from the start of their journey, learning music at school, right up to the hear and now and producing music in their home studio. With insights into their song writing, the meaning behind some of their work and tools used to create their varied sound palette. This lighthearted conversation is sure to shed some light on the duo's creativity and give listeners a wee laugh at the same time. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Tempus Collective are : Kevin Fleming - writing, vocals & keys Stewart Grieve - writing, keys and production Tempus are a duo hailing from Glasgow/Scotland, consisting of Kevin Fleming (vocals and keys) and Stewart Grieve (Keys, programming and production). The boys first met at school and have been playing together since 1983. They got their first 4-track a few years later and have continued to be bedroom music makers ever since, except for a 10 year recess to attend to family life. Over the years there have been various musicians who have joined the ranks but it remains a two piece outfit for the moment with guest musicians joining the band for selected projects as they are required. Influenced by the likes of The Blue Nile, David Sylvian,Thomas Feiner and similar melancholic artists, the Tempus sound is usually a subdued affair that could never be considered mainstream. "We spend a lot of time on production, we always have, its about making the best of what you have at the time, both in ability and equipment and as the years have gone on, both have improved I think. We always felt that one good sounding song was worth 10 poor ones ! That's what we strive for, That's where we always channeled our energies and it still is to this day." Using Soundcloud as their main platform to showcase their music Tempus have accumulated a decent following and gained a lot of confidence from the warm reception they have received from fellow musicians and music lovers alike.... ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Recite Your Baseline is a podcast made by musicians, primarily for musicians that dwell on the outskirts of popular music. It's also for lovers of non-mainstream music - and provides an insight into the the inner workings of unsigned bands and artists from all sorts of genres. Your host, Stewart Grieve, has had a long career in radio production and making music himself, so he has an understanding and empathy for each of his guests. Tune in to listen to what these artists have to share and stories they have to tell, as well as listening to some of their music along the way. This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
74:18 5/23/21
Recite Your Baseline - Episode 2 - "Dark Matter Clear Pattern"
Barry Stewart talks about life in London and creating new experimental music with Guy Reid under the guise of Dark Matter Clear Pattern. From DJ'ing in squats to doing film scores and local community radio show performances, Barry explains how they went about becoming one of London's experimental elites. Debut album: darkmatterclearpattern.bandcamp.com/album/i…the-way Released 2112 2020 Dark Matter Clear Pattern was set up as a Yin to the Yan of acid techno music and culture. DJing in Clubs such as 414 & Electrowerkz and partying in squats, majestic collapsing factories and forgotten spaces all over London. DMCP was born from Barry Stewart and DMCPs host Justin’s, love of cosmology and the Roland TR-808. Mystereid soon joined and helped move the ideas into becoming a musical entity. Their early live performances being soundtracks for the Stoogiezone collective. Their music is recorded as improvised sessions usually lasting between 1-3 hours Recite Your Baseline is a podcast made by musicians, primarily for musicians that dwell on the outskirts of popular music. It's also for lovers of non-mainstream music - and provides an insight into the the inner workings of unsigned bands and artists from all sorts of genres. Your host, Stewart Grieve, has had a long career in radio production and making music himself, so he has an understanding and empathy for each of his guests. Tune in to listen to what these artists have to share and stories they have to tell, as well as listening to some of their music along the way. This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
58:51 5/16/21
Recite Your Baseline - Episode 1 - "D-Kon 90"
In this first episode of Recite Your Baseline, friends Stewart Grieve and Barry Stewart discuss their pioneering industrial band D-Kon 90. The thinking behind the concept of the band, the early years of building an arsenal of instruments and outboard gear, as well as listening to some of the music they made together in the early 90's. Recite Your Baseline is a podcast made by musicians, primarily for musicians that dwell on the outskirts of popular music. It's also for lovers of non-mainstream music - and provides an insight into the the inner workings of unsigned bands and artists from all sorts of genres.Your host, Stewart Grieve, has had a long career in radio production and making music himself, so he has an understanding and empathy for each of his guests.Tune in to listen to what these artists have to share and stories they have to tell, as well as listening to some of their music along the way.This podcast is part of Podcast Radio’s Original (PRO-Shows) programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
57:03 5/9/21
Trailer
Don't forget to follow this brand new podcast, it will release new episodes every week with new guests from all different musical genres. It will mainly center around home recording artists and small their live performances. Your host Stewart Grieve will have friendly informal chat with each guest and feature some of their music on each episode. So sit back and enjoy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01:35 4/24/21