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Hiss Golden Messenger - If It Comes In The Morning (WNRN's Home Studio Sessions)
Hiss Golden Messenger - Sanctuary (WNRN's Home Studio Session)
Stray Fossa - Diving Line (WNRN's Home Studio Session)
Lael Neale - Sliding Doors & Warm Summer Roses (WNRN's Home Studio Sessions)
Lael Neale - For No One For Now (WNRN's Home Studio Sessions)
David Wax Museum plays live for WNRN's Home Studio Session
Lael Neale talks about her upbringing in rural Virginia, how she embraced the Omnichord as her instrument of choice, and her new album Acquainted with Night in this Home Studio Session with host Lindsey Goldin. Watch below as she performs “For No One For Now” and “Sliding Doors & Warm Summer Roses” live from home.
Charlottesville-based Stray Fossa connect with WNRN’s Desiré Moses to reflect on the making of their debut LP With You Forever. After considering a move to Nashville, the group talks about why they chose Central Virginia as a home base, filling out their sound as a trio, and perform live in this Home Studio Session. (more…)
By Patrick Coman|2021-05-20T12:01:00-04:00May 19th, 2021|Categories: In-Studios|Comments Off on Stray Fossa – Home Studio Session
WNRN’s Lindsey Goldin talks with Virginia native John-Robert about growing up in the Shenandoah Valley, and the ways it did (and didn’t) influence the sound of his new EP Healthy Baby Boy Pt. 1,plus he performs live in this Home Studio Session.
By Patrick Coman|2021-05-19T15:36:17-04:00May 18th, 2021|Categories: In-Studios|Comments Off on John-Robert Home Studio Session
David Wax Museum’s living room jams are just like yours – except when they invite over pals it’s people like multi-instrumentalist Alec Spiegelman (Okkervil River, Lake Street Dive) and Lucius drummer Dan Moland. Spiegelman co-produced the duo’s latest recorded-from-home album Euphoric Ouroboric. Watch the 4-piece play songs from the album live and hear the full interview with WNRN’s Tad Abbey.
Joe Pug talks about quarantine projects like his weekly YouTube show Sunday Songs, upping his output of episodes for podcast The Working Songwriter, and his new album The Diving Sun, as well as his thoughts ahead of returning to the stage for a live concert May 6th at Pro Re Nata Brewery in Crozet, VA. He plays two songs from the album (“Crescent Bridge” and “Free Rider”) live from home in this Home Studio Session.
Valerie June talks with Tad Abbey about her latest album Moon and Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers, how her meditation practice helped form and focus the genre-blending sound on this new album, and drops [...]
Andy Hull and Robert McDowell from Atlanta, GA’s Manchester Orchestra connect with Lindsey Goldin from their home/converted recording studio in the Atlanta suburbs to talk about the group’s forthcoming new album The Million Masks [...]