While working from home WNRN is connecting you to some of our favorite musicians near and far in a very personal way in our Home Studio Sessions.  We produced over 70 sessions between March and December and below we’ve shared 5 of our favorites. Enjoy!

Waxahatchee (Monday)

In May of 2020 Desiré Moses connected with Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee to talk about the making of Saint Cloud and how she found the inspiration to put her voice front and center on this stripped down new album. 

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (Tuesday)

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever guitarist Joe White connected with Patrick Coman from Melbourne, Australia in October to talk about the group’s sophomore album Sideways To New Italy, writing music during Melbourne’s strict quarantine, and how the group finds a groove.

Fleet Foxes (Wednesday)

Robin Pecknold talks with Desiré Moses about the making of the new Fleet Foxes album Shore, which took him from the French countryside to L.A. to the home studio of The National’s Aaron Dessner. 

Phoebe Bridgers (Thursday)

In June Lindsey Goldin spoke with Phoebe Bridgers just as her sophomore album Punisher was released. With the album nominated for 3 Grammy’s and Bridgers up for Best New Artist as well, we look back on this candid Home Studio Session. 

Bruce Hornsby (Friday)

This summer legendary Virginia musician Bruce Hornsby spoke with Patrick Coman and a group of WNRN members about working with The Grateful Dead, Leon Russell, and other musical legends, and about how the production styles of younger artists like Justin Vernon helped inspire his approach to new album Non Secure Connection.