Check out this BONUS episode of Spot Lyte On featuring Giselle Marie Muñoz and Elizabeth Tabish, cofounders of the Austin Arthouse Film Festival. The festival takes place from 12/26-12/31 and LP discusses what to expect for the 2020 event.
Poet and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib stops by Spot Lyte On... to chat with LP about his podcast season on KCRW's Lost Notes, his writing, and his time in New Haven, CT and Columbus, OH.
Ethan Clift chat with LP about Tonic Audio Lab's new songwriting companion, Lumos. Lumos helps songwriters capture more new song ideas than ever before and finish that list of partially-completed music riffs you've had for years.
Dimitri Ehrlich joins LP to talk about how they've seen NYC evolve, mindfulness, writing for television, and their hip hop and rock n' roll experiences.
LP chats with Co-founder of Byta, Marc Brown. They talk about music consumption, recommendations, platforms they dig and how Byta is trying to solve pain points around "sharing music before it's on streaming services."
J. Scott Christianson joins LP to talk about all things AI, machine learning, morality in technology, and social media. Humans interact with AI in many unknown places and Scott breaks it down. This is a pretty timely discussion with the …
Phil Messier, founder of Bopper, joins LP to discuss the formation of his company, talking Montreal and their jazz roots.
David Gorman, Cofounder of 1021 Creative, discusses growing up in Detroit, record collecting, the roots of soul music, his time working with Rhino Records, and what makes a good album cover.
Isabella Kelly, founder of concert and live experience production company, Kingdom of Mind chats with LP about her start with events, how she was awarded Live Nation's Women Nation Fund, and launching Kingdom of Mind.
Marco Collins joins LP on this episode of Spot Lyte On to talk about music discovery, the Cocteau Twins, breaking artists like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Beck in the 90s, the British electronic scene, and more.
Dmitri Vietze stops by Spot Lyte On to talk about growing up in Nashville and NYC, getting his start with music pr, launching rock paper scissors, and what to expect with year two of the Music Tectonics Conference taking place …
Joe Satriani stops by Spot Lyte On to talk about growing up in Long Island, moving to San Francisco, getting breaks with Mick Jagger and launching a solo career. Don't worry, they also talk about Joe's love of guitar.
What did you do with your summer? Learn how Caltech college senior, Ari Rosner developed an algorithm to help compute the proper social distancing layout for schools and other spaces. And how Erick Beavers and Brad Robertson launched and developed …
Prism.fm hosted a panel featuring folks from Lyte, VEEPS.com, promoter Disco Donnie and legendary music venue Antone's discussing how the live music community is being supported by tech coming our out COVID.
On this episode LP sits down with one of his heroes, Jorma Kaukonen and his wife Vanessa. Talking about the creation of Fur Peace Ranch, virtual concerts, Jack Casady, revisiting songs from Jefferson Airplane, and Hot Tuna. Oh and they …
On this episode, LP sits down for a chat with wine journalist, Alan Goldfarb. They discuss growing up in Brooklyn and the impact that sports writers he read as a kid had on his career.
LP sits down with the multi-faceted teacher and performer, Erin Barra to talk about her new role as Director of Popular Music at Arizona State University, Beats by Girlz, and how to build a modern studio.
On this episode of Spot Lyte On, LP chats with Ronnie Schneider about his days on the road managing tour finances with the Rolling Stones, standardizing modern artist tour economics with their 1969 tour, working for ABKCO, and the Altamont …
Welcome to Season 3 of Spot Lyte On featuring technology pioneer Ted Cohen. In this conversation, LP discusses Ted's history, the early days of CES, the early days of the digital music industry, and more.