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Bedroom Beethovens

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Bedroom Beethovens is a podcast that breaks down stories with notable music-makers accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their 10,000 hour journey. Each episode features a musician discussing how they created the music you love, and what they personally sacrificed to make it happen. Hosted and produced by Cello.

Latest Episodes

070: CHAII

ECHAII is the genre-bending New Zealand/Persian rapper pushing a bold creative vision, and today, she swings by the podcast to give me a picture of her life as a kid who grew up in Iran. From playing soccer in the streets, bike riding, listening to music on her cassette player, climbing trees, swimming in the river…how does did play a role in her becoming a music producer? Her music tracks channel southern-Iranian influenced drum patterns while her distinctive vocal delivers a dance floor commanding commentary on millennial social pressures. We keep the conversation light and fun, with deeper layers to it too. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

32 MIN6 d ago
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070: CHAII

069: J. Rawls (feat. John Robinson)

Great episode this week as Jay ARE = (Dr. J Rawls + John Robinson) swing by the podcast to discuss how and why Hip-Hop culture is the dominant culture among the students, in our schools. In their book, released last year, entitled Youth Culture Power, J Rawls and John Robinson, argue that Hip-Hop culture could be useful in building relationships and building student engagement. I focus on that and the music as Youth Culture Power (the album) is jazz-infused hip-hop tracks over which the emcees rhyme poetic on the state of educating inner city youth today. We go over J Rawl's upbringing, to getting placed on a Black Star album in the 90's to his current projects along with John Robinson, as we list the many challenges discussed within; like culturally-biased standardized tests and the cutting of resources, but counter with a wealth of solutions; like simply being attentive to the happenings of their lives. Music + education! Get learnt! Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

41 MIN1 w ago
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069: J. Rawls (feat. John Robinson)

068: Steve Arrington

Special week indeed, because the legend Steve Arrington swing by the podcast to chat about the old days of going to Black Sabbath concerts and playing with Santana and what it was like growing up in Dayton being influenced by the Mighty Ohio Players. Through that journey I find out what it was like crafting songs with modern marvels like Dâm-Funk and Thundercat and how it all leads up to his new album dropping towards the end of this year. Gems are dropped as I sit down with a key part of Dayton's funk scene. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

41 MIN2 w ago
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068: Steve Arrington

067: Cam O'bi

EThis 10,000 hour journey has to rank as one of my favorites. This week, Cam O'bi swings by the podcast to tell the tale on how he quit his boring job to pursue music full time while only knowing one person who owned a studio. He took the leap and his resume is insane with placements on Acid Rap with Chance, Vic Mensa, Kendrick, J. Cole and more. We chat about his childhood, his long awaited album 'Grown Ass Kid', this GRAMMY-winning producer and rapper looks to the future and delves completely into his craft, setting himself up for a huge year and an even bigger debut after a fruitful career behind-the-scenes. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

46 MIN3 w ago
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067: Cam O'bi

066: snny

EBorn in Africa’s Ivory Coast before coming to the U.S. with his mom at the age of five,snnyhas announced his newOtitọEP due out May 8. With all the craziness in the world today, I thought bringing his story a week before the EP drops, would be beneficial for those who are seeking music that pushes the boundaries of modern pop music while exploring universal themes of love, family, and identity. With pulsing synths, deliciously rubbery production touches, and snny’s elegant and elastic R&B vocals anchoring everything around him, Otitọis a bold new leap for the 29-year-old musician, embracing his origins as well as the journey he’s made to date. Enjoy Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

19 MINMAY 1
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066: snny

065: MNDR (feat. MURS)

EMNDR joins me in the studio this week to reminisce about her career and life which starts in a farm in a desolate area, and evolves to sharing the stage with Mark Ronson, Duran Duran, Q-Tip and working with Rihanna and more. There is definitely a 10,000 hour journey somewhere in there and we talk about navigating this journey as a woman in the industry and how shes able to apply her talents to multiple genres. Speaking of which, California legend MURS swings by to provide insight working as a emcee and borrowing the pop talents of MNDR on the 2015 politically charged single 'No More Control'. Look at for a new album from MNDR in 2020 and enjoy her latest single 'Fragile'. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

31 MINAPR 29
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065: MNDR (feat. MURS)

064: J-Live

J-live is someone I've wanted on the podcast from day 1. The man simply has classics to his name. We chat about the old days in Spanish Harlem, New York and his days being put in The Source magazine and first garnering notice with the release of his 1995 single Longevity, with its classic B Side, "Bragging Writes". How does he view his musical releases now? We also talk about education standardization: Essential or Harmful? We also dive into 5% culture, politics, and his latest project Solar [Tracks] Vol. 1, the first in a series of instrumental albums. The title and concept is based on our solar system of planets. Each track represents a planet on this 9 track album of various genres, tempos and moods. Yes Pluto is included. Debate your astro physicist. Enjoy! Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

43 MINAPR 22
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064: J-Live

063: Kelly Finnigan

EKelly Finnigan swings by the podcast at a very crazy time. His timing in life, amidst this pandemic, was one with a stroke of luck. He just finished a tour to support his debut album 'The Tales People Tell', and was able to get his song in a hit movie before all the movie theaters in the country closed. If that good fortune wasn't enough he is celebrating the release of Monophonics new album '“It’s Only Us,” their fourth release since 2012, and we're able to reflect on his solo album and celebrate this new record he produced. We chat about his upbringing, his parents influence on his work, politics, and more in a very in depth conversation in an era where real soul music is truly appreciated, Finnigan is making his claim as one of the current ambassadors. At times these tracks can feel classic, as familiar as an old song you grew up with, while simultaneously raising questions about the state of music in 2020 and what the future might hold. Visit the website: https://www.bedroomb...

48 MINAPR 15
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063: Kelly Finnigan

062: Bronze Nazareth

EThis week, right before the pandemic really took hold of the world, lauded Wu-Tang clan affiliate Bronze Nazareth, swung by the show to give us his take on what is happening in the world. We discuss being in the studio with RZA, the OG hip hop group Wisemen while honoring the legacy of his brother, the lyricist and producer Kevlaar 7. We also dive into his days as a social worker, and what lies ahead as his career as a producer only gets brighter with his new album with Long Beach legend Kxng Crooked. All in all, we dive deep into Bronze's rich & colorful production. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

35 MINAPR 8
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062: Bronze Nazareth

061: Dumi Right

Dumi Right, who was apart of Zimbabwe Legit, were the first African group to record hip-hop in America. They provide a high energy, multi-dimensional live show that highlights various hip hop elements and incorporates a musical soundscape that seamlessly blends gritty beats with sundry influences of African rhythms, jazz and funk. Not your typical rapper, Dumi’s performance is more of a hip hop cultural celebration or immersion and an invocation of the spirit that the founders intended. We discuss the days in Zimbabwe traveling to the U.S., and what a storied and long career looks like up through 2020. Armed with that conviction, for his latest offering, Dumi once again collaborates with legendary Brooklyn, New York MC Chubb Rock for a fiery track titled We Don’t Need” provides a commentary on the state of the world. We also dive deep into politics and his remix of Nightfall with Mr. Lif, and of course, what lies ahead as the year progresses. Visit the website: https://www.bedroo...

42 MINAPR 1
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061: Dumi Right

Latest Episodes

070: CHAII

ECHAII is the genre-bending New Zealand/Persian rapper pushing a bold creative vision, and today, she swings by the podcast to give me a picture of her life as a kid who grew up in Iran. From playing soccer in the streets, bike riding, listening to music on her cassette player, climbing trees, swimming in the river…how does did play a role in her becoming a music producer? Her music tracks channel southern-Iranian influenced drum patterns while her distinctive vocal delivers a dance floor commanding commentary on millennial social pressures. We keep the conversation light and fun, with deeper layers to it too. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

32 MIN6 d ago
Comments
070: CHAII

069: J. Rawls (feat. John Robinson)

Great episode this week as Jay ARE = (Dr. J Rawls + John Robinson) swing by the podcast to discuss how and why Hip-Hop culture is the dominant culture among the students, in our schools. In their book, released last year, entitled Youth Culture Power, J Rawls and John Robinson, argue that Hip-Hop culture could be useful in building relationships and building student engagement. I focus on that and the music as Youth Culture Power (the album) is jazz-infused hip-hop tracks over which the emcees rhyme poetic on the state of educating inner city youth today. We go over J Rawl's upbringing, to getting placed on a Black Star album in the 90's to his current projects along with John Robinson, as we list the many challenges discussed within; like culturally-biased standardized tests and the cutting of resources, but counter with a wealth of solutions; like simply being attentive to the happenings of their lives. Music + education! Get learnt! Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
069: J. Rawls (feat. John Robinson)

068: Steve Arrington

Special week indeed, because the legend Steve Arrington swing by the podcast to chat about the old days of going to Black Sabbath concerts and playing with Santana and what it was like growing up in Dayton being influenced by the Mighty Ohio Players. Through that journey I find out what it was like crafting songs with modern marvels like Dâm-Funk and Thundercat and how it all leads up to his new album dropping towards the end of this year. Gems are dropped as I sit down with a key part of Dayton's funk scene. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

41 MIN2 w ago
Comments
068: Steve Arrington

067: Cam O'bi

EThis 10,000 hour journey has to rank as one of my favorites. This week, Cam O'bi swings by the podcast to tell the tale on how he quit his boring job to pursue music full time while only knowing one person who owned a studio. He took the leap and his resume is insane with placements on Acid Rap with Chance, Vic Mensa, Kendrick, J. Cole and more. We chat about his childhood, his long awaited album 'Grown Ass Kid', this GRAMMY-winning producer and rapper looks to the future and delves completely into his craft, setting himself up for a huge year and an even bigger debut after a fruitful career behind-the-scenes. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

46 MIN3 w ago
Comments
067: Cam O'bi

066: snny

EBorn in Africa’s Ivory Coast before coming to the U.S. with his mom at the age of five,snnyhas announced his newOtitọEP due out May 8. With all the craziness in the world today, I thought bringing his story a week before the EP drops, would be beneficial for those who are seeking music that pushes the boundaries of modern pop music while exploring universal themes of love, family, and identity. With pulsing synths, deliciously rubbery production touches, and snny’s elegant and elastic R&B vocals anchoring everything around him, Otitọis a bold new leap for the 29-year-old musician, embracing his origins as well as the journey he’s made to date. Enjoy Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

19 MINMAY 1
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066: snny

065: MNDR (feat. MURS)

EMNDR joins me in the studio this week to reminisce about her career and life which starts in a farm in a desolate area, and evolves to sharing the stage with Mark Ronson, Duran Duran, Q-Tip and working with Rihanna and more. There is definitely a 10,000 hour journey somewhere in there and we talk about navigating this journey as a woman in the industry and how shes able to apply her talents to multiple genres. Speaking of which, California legend MURS swings by to provide insight working as a emcee and borrowing the pop talents of MNDR on the 2015 politically charged single 'No More Control'. Look at for a new album from MNDR in 2020 and enjoy her latest single 'Fragile'. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

31 MINAPR 29
Comments
065: MNDR (feat. MURS)

064: J-Live

J-live is someone I've wanted on the podcast from day 1. The man simply has classics to his name. We chat about the old days in Spanish Harlem, New York and his days being put in The Source magazine and first garnering notice with the release of his 1995 single Longevity, with its classic B Side, "Bragging Writes". How does he view his musical releases now? We also talk about education standardization: Essential or Harmful? We also dive into 5% culture, politics, and his latest project Solar [Tracks] Vol. 1, the first in a series of instrumental albums. The title and concept is based on our solar system of planets. Each track represents a planet on this 9 track album of various genres, tempos and moods. Yes Pluto is included. Debate your astro physicist. Enjoy! Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

43 MINAPR 22
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064: J-Live

063: Kelly Finnigan

EKelly Finnigan swings by the podcast at a very crazy time. His timing in life, amidst this pandemic, was one with a stroke of luck. He just finished a tour to support his debut album 'The Tales People Tell', and was able to get his song in a hit movie before all the movie theaters in the country closed. If that good fortune wasn't enough he is celebrating the release of Monophonics new album '“It’s Only Us,” their fourth release since 2012, and we're able to reflect on his solo album and celebrate this new record he produced. We chat about his upbringing, his parents influence on his work, politics, and more in a very in depth conversation in an era where real soul music is truly appreciated, Finnigan is making his claim as one of the current ambassadors. At times these tracks can feel classic, as familiar as an old song you grew up with, while simultaneously raising questions about the state of music in 2020 and what the future might hold. Visit the website: https://www.bedroomb...

48 MINAPR 15
Comments
063: Kelly Finnigan

062: Bronze Nazareth

EThis week, right before the pandemic really took hold of the world, lauded Wu-Tang clan affiliate Bronze Nazareth, swung by the show to give us his take on what is happening in the world. We discuss being in the studio with RZA, the OG hip hop group Wisemen while honoring the legacy of his brother, the lyricist and producer Kevlaar 7. We also dive into his days as a social worker, and what lies ahead as his career as a producer only gets brighter with his new album with Long Beach legend Kxng Crooked. All in all, we dive deep into Bronze's rich & colorful production. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

35 MINAPR 8
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062: Bronze Nazareth

061: Dumi Right

Dumi Right, who was apart of Zimbabwe Legit, were the first African group to record hip-hop in America. They provide a high energy, multi-dimensional live show that highlights various hip hop elements and incorporates a musical soundscape that seamlessly blends gritty beats with sundry influences of African rhythms, jazz and funk. Not your typical rapper, Dumi’s performance is more of a hip hop cultural celebration or immersion and an invocation of the spirit that the founders intended. We discuss the days in Zimbabwe traveling to the U.S., and what a storied and long career looks like up through 2020. Armed with that conviction, for his latest offering, Dumi once again collaborates with legendary Brooklyn, New York MC Chubb Rock for a fiery track titled We Don’t Need” provides a commentary on the state of the world. We also dive deep into politics and his remix of Nightfall with Mr. Lif, and of course, what lies ahead as the year progresses. Visit the website: https://www.bedroo...

42 MINAPR 1
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061: Dumi Right
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